The amazing story about the 3 year old boy that went for a wild adventure down the Peace River has garnered the attention of media around the world.Energeticcity.ca was the first to report on the incident that occurred early Sunday morning at Peace Island Park, and the story has since been picked up by CNN, CTV, Global TV, CBC, Sky News and the Daily Telegraph in Britain and NBC’s Today Show. A photo of the toddler taken by Energeticcity.ca was featured on the front page of yesterday’s Globe and Mail, and on today’s Edmonton and Calgary Sun newspapers. Video of the amazing story was captured by Motion Media and sent to Global TV in Vancouver before being distributed around the world.Here is a report from NBC in Rochester, New York: – Advertisement –
Gaeil Fhánada GAA NotesLotto ResultsNo jackpot winner. Numbers drawn were 11, 12, 13, 14, 19. Bonus 06. €100 winner Peggy McAteer, Kerrykeel €50 Aoife Shiels, Ballylar. Next week’s jackpot €3,100. Gaeil Fhánada new Club Draw €13,000 in Prizes.Details and tickets available from any committee member or on our Facebook page. Draw to start in August. Come along and support your club while being in with the chance of winning some nice prizes.Senior Reserve League Division 2 Round 13 ResultsGaeil Fhánada (1-13) v (1-11) Sean Mac Cumhaill Referee: George MontgomoryOisin Blaney, Michael Heraghty, Ken Dempsey, Shaun Coyle, Conor McGonigle, Paul Dougie Coyle 0:01, Aidan Heraghty, Eamonn Sweeney0:01, Colm McGonigle 1:00, Jerry Friel 0:01, Brendan Friel, Shaun McElwaine, Niall Carr 0:03, Shaun McGovern 0:06, Paul Friel, Gary McGonigle, Declan Coyle, Ciaran Coyle, Charlie Crerand, Kevin Loughery, Stephen McGonigle, Kevin McGonigle, Conor McConigley. Best for Reserves were Conor McGonigle, Shaun McGovern, Niall Carr, Shaun McElwaine.Senior League Division 2 Round 13 ResultsReferee: Michael MulhernGaeil Fhánada took on Sean MacCumhaill’s in sunny Portsalon on Sunday the 6th of July at 3pm. Fanad started the first half playing with a slight breeze and begun well with 3 great scores from play from Michael Sweeney Seamie Coshia and Marty McAteer within 6 mins. MacCumhaill’s then got their opening score after 10 minutes, with the teams exchanging points all from frees over the next 10 minutes to leave the score at 5 pts to 3 pts in Fanad’s favour after 20 mins. From there it was all Fanad for the final 10 minutes of the half, with Seami Nanny Friel, Michael Sweeney, Mark Sparkey Friel and Frank Sweeney kicking some great points to leave the half time score at 9 pts to 3 pts in the Gaels favour. After the break the second half began as the first ended with Fanad playing some good attractive football with scores at the end of most moves. Johnny Nanny Friel and Kevin Bear McElwaine got a point each with a MacCumhaill’s point in between. The first goal of the game came shortly after this when the MacCumhaill’s goalkepper and defender made a mistake with a short kick out which Seamie Nani pounced on, beat his defender and laid it across to Seamie Coshia to fist to the net nicely. To this point Fanad had played some great football and looked comfortable and led 1-11 to 4 pts with 20 mins left. But Fanad then stepped of the gas and MacCumhaill’s came strongly back into the game. MacCumhaill’s kicked 1-9 of the next 1-11 over the next 15 mins with Michael Sweeney’s long range effort and Marty McAteer’s neat finish being Fanad’s only scores in this period, Fanad also lost Seami Nanny to a black card in this period which was a big blow to the team in blue and white. This left the scores level at 1-13 a piece with 5 minutes to go. Ryan McGonigle put Fanad back in the lead but again MacCumhaill’s pulled it level with a great score from there full forward from near the sideline. Fanad again went up the field and took the lead once again through a fine finish by Oisin Shiels following a lovely passing move to put Fanad a point up. But there was a sting in the tail for Fanad in injury time with a long ball into the Fanad 21 metre line falling nicely for the MacCumhaill’s wing forward who was bursting forward and he finished well to the net. This left the score at 2-14 to 1-15, and although Fanad created one last chance of a goal, which the returning Davit Walsh and Michael Sweeney, were unlucky not to finish to the net, it wasn’t enough, and MacCumhaill’s held on for a 2 point win.Gaeil Fhánada: Mark McConigley, Cathal Martin, Fergal Friel, Frank Sweeney 0:01, Ronan McAteer, Patrick McConigley, Ryan McGonigle 0:01, Kevin McGonigle 0:01, Michael Sweeney 0:03, Jimmy Coyle, Seami Nanny Friel 0:02, Marty McAteer 0:03, Johnny Nanny Friel 0:01, Seimi Coshia Friel 1:01, Mark Friel (C) 0:01, Shaun McGovern, Jerry Friel, Oisin Shiels 0:01 for Seami Nanny (Black Card), Davitt Walsh for Jimmy Coyle, Paul Dougie Coyle, Oisin Blaney, Shaun Coyle.U6, U8, U10 TrainingThere will be NO TRAINING for the above teams for the next three weeks. Training will recommence on Fri 26th July at 6pm in Portsalon. U10 Blitz ReportWell done to the eighteen boys who attended the Blitz in Downings. The U9 and U10 teams played against Downings, St. Eunans and Glenswilly in some very sporting games which were very well refereed by the hosting club. Thanks to all in Downings for a very enjoyable blitz and thanks to all the parents/guardians who took players over, great to see so many players there during the busy summer holidays! The next U10 blitz details are being finalised and Martin will be in touch by text with details.U8 BlitzThere will be an U8 blitz in Downings on Wednesday 16th. All players are to be on the pitch for 6.30 sharp. Martin will in contact with further details via text.U6s v GlenswillyThe U6’s will have a game against Glenswilly in the next few weeks. Martin will be in contact with info shortly. As always, if any further information on any of the above is required, contact Martin on 0873816105GAA CÚL CAMPDon’t forget to book your place in time with Fiona or online. Remember one of our County Players will be in attendance for Gaeil Fhánada’s Cúl Camp.DONEGAL ALL COUNTY QUIZTo be held in Fanad Lodge on Friday 18th July 2014Teams of 4All Welcome!Proceeds in Aid of Donegal County TeamCome along and support our County boys and have a bit of craic doing so!GAA NEWS: GAEIL FHÁNADA DEFEATED BY MAC CUMHAILLS IN ALL-COUNTY LEAGUE DIVISION TWO was last modified: July 9th, 2014 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:fanad gaelsGAANoticesSport
Jose Mourinho has hit back at pundits who criticised his reaction to Marcus Rashford’s missed chance against Young Boys on Tuesday.The Manchester United manager turned to the crowd and shook his head after the 21-year-old passed up an opportunity early on in the Champions League clash at Old Trafford.The Portuguese’s reaction sparked criticism from Gary Lineker, who tweeted : “Turn to the crowd and your own bench and shake your head in disgust at one of your own players, let alone a youngster. You just don’t do that as a coach.” Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! But Mourinho says his reaction was not aimed just at the 21-year-old forward, as he grew frustrated with his team until Marouane Fellaini scored an injury-time winner.“We don’t score enough goals but it is not about Marcus,” Mourinho told reporters. “It is about us as a team, it is very difficult for us to score goals but Marcus makes the movement, makes the runs, works hard when the team has the ball and doesn’t have the ball. “I can never, never blame a player because of missing chances. Can I have on the touchline – where not a lot of the ones that comment on football, they were there; not many of them were there – can myself or another manager have a reaction of frustration? “I would invite that people sit on the bench as managers, but I think maybe it is better to have lots of holidays in Barbados and go to the television screen and touch the electronic dummies, I think it is much more comfortable than being on the touchline like we managers are. “A proper football manager would never criticise another one because it’s deja vu for them. For the ones with a nice life it is different.”Mourinho then refused to be drawn into an argument with Paul Scholes when asked about the former midfielder’s claim that United should have won easily against the Swiss side.“I’m not going to comment on Mr Scholes. I’m not going to comment,” he said.
zoomImage Courtesy: USCG An injured Chinese crewmember was medevaced from the bulk carrier Bunum Hero on April 10 off Puerto Rico, according to the US Coast Guard.The 20-year-old seafarer sustained multiple broken bones and a head injury after falling from a crane onboard the vessel.Coast Guard watchstanders in Sector San Juan received the medevac request from the Panamanian-flagged ship at 5 p.m., local time, on Monday. Bunun Hero was sailing to Europe and approximately 525 nautical miles northeast of Puerto Rico, outside the range of responding rescue helicopters, when it reported the incident.Sector San Juan watchstanders requested the Bunun Hero head towards Puerto Rico to shorten the distance for the medevac.A helicopter crew rendezvous with the 587-foot bulk carrier on Tuesday night some 175 nautical miles northeast of Puerto Rico to medevac the Chinese seafarer.The patient was hoisted onboard and transported to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Emergency Medical Service personnel transported him to a hospital for treatment.