Friel double fires Cockhill to victory over Swilly Rovers in League Cup

first_imgUSL: A brace from Garbhan Friel ensured Cockhill Celtic started their League Cup campaign on a winning note at Swilly Park yesterday afternoon. The home side under the new management of former Swilly player Aaron Rogan performed well against a strong Cockhill Celtic outfit.Gavin Cullen’s side scored two goals in a minute midway through the 1st half and added a third 15mins into the 2nd half to kill the tie as a contest. Swilly scored late on with a goal in which the home team’s effort richly deserved.Swilly started with five new debutants and they held their own in the opening 20mins with McColgan in the Swilly goals saving from Paul McKinney.Gavin Cullen’s team were awarded a harshly disputed penalty on 25mins when the referee decided that Derek Dohertys cross was handled by Sean Crossan.Up stepped Garbhan Friel who blasted to the net giving McColgan no chance. James Bradley doubled the away sides tally when he ran unopposed inside the Swilly area and shot from 8yds to score. Swilly’s first chance came on 33mins when a superb cross from Daniel O’Donnell was inches away from Dylan Hegartys head who was standing free at the back post.Friel should have scored on 35mins when through on goal but shot well over the bar.The home side had two great chances in the last 5mins of the half when firstly Duncan Patterson heads against the post after a Toland corner. Then it was the turn of young Michael Devine who vollied narrowly wide from 6yds after Patterson put in an excellent cross.Garbhan Friel got his sides third goal and doubled his own tally when side footing to the net from 12yds after great work by Derek Doherty. The same player missed his hat trick when shooting wide from about 3yds after Gerry Gill set him up. The physical strength and height advantage of the reigning Champions made it difficult for the home side and they got a goal on 85mins when Devine broke through, his shot was blocked by Cullen but the ball fell to Laurence Toland to score.On this standing, Cockhill Celtic will still be the team to beat and had Friel, Gill & Bradley as their star players. For the home side, Crossan, Toland & McGuinness were the best. Swilly Rovers – JP McColgan, Duncan Patterson, Sean Crossan, Johnny McGuinness, Dylan Hegarty, Barry Mooney, Daniel O’Donnell, Sean Rogan, Michael Devine, Laurence Toland, Corey Hegarty. Subs:Marty McDaid, Shay Durning & Brad PattersonCockhill Celtic – Gavin Cullen, Darren Coyle, Jason Breslin, Peter Doherty, William O’Conner, James Bradley, Derek Doherty, Gerald McLaughlin, Paul McKinney, Garbhan Friel, Gerry Gill. Subs :Johnny Havlin, Oisin McColgan, Daniel M McLaughlin, Darra McDermott & Martin McLaughlin. Friel double fires Cockhill to victory over Swilly Rovers in League Cup was last modified: August 29th, 2016 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:Cockhill CelticGarbhan FrielSportswilly roversUSLlast_img read more

How to Prioritize Your Work

first_imgIf you look at a list of tasks, you will notice that each task is something you need to do or something you have been asked to do, each sitting on a line of a page with a check box next to it, or instead in a software program with a similar design. Because each task is something you must do, each task appears to be equal, allowing us to view each task as being equal to 1.But all projects and tasks are not equal. While some have a weight of 1, other projects and tasks are worth many times more than 1, and some are worth far less, creating negative value. There is no such thing as time management, and what we mean when we use that popular phrase is prioritization.Prioritization is a Values-Based DecisionsIf you are going to have priorities, you have to make values-based decisions. You have to believe that one thing is more important than some other thing. You also have to be willing to see some things as negative, things that subtract from your goals and outcomes and purpose and meaning.You have great clarity about what your most important task is, but your email is piling up, and your friend just invited you to be part of a new and exciting project, one that you want to be part of. These simple routine conflicts require that you make decisions that consider the future you.What Is the ImpactLet’s stick with the idea that all tasks are given a weight of 1. How do you decide which tasks are a 10 and which are a negative 10? You have to start by testing the work to see what it is worth, and one test is the impact of completing that task.If you complete this task, does it move you closer to your goals and ambitions for the future? Does it impact the work you are here to do and is it something that contributes to your purpose and meaning? Or will this task only steal your time away from the things that make the greatest impact?Will the future you look back and be grateful that you spent time on a project or task, or will future you regret giving time to things that made no real impact? What is a ten on impact and what is a negative ten on impact? What looks like a ten on impact but will likely be zero and is only on your list because you don’t want to miss out on something that sounds like fun?How Important Is It to Your FutureThere is another test you might consider when prioritizing your projects and tasks: How important is it to your future?Some projects and tasks are more important to your future than others. The challenge for most of us is that we have more of the type of work that produces short-term results that we invest in those things to our detriment, leaving too little time for the projects and tasks that, seen from the future, are far more critical. Our balance here is often tilted in the wrong direction. Steeply, too.Without the context of looking backward from the future, it can be difficult to assess the difference between two projects or two tasks that both seem to be a ten as it pertains to their impact and importance. Asking which one is going to produce the greater long-term benefit is how you prioritize the most proactive, impactful, and meaningful projects and tasks.Let Future You Decide and Present You ActLet future you decide what is going to be most important to you and let present you block the time to do the work to make that future a reality. Essential Reading! Get my 2nd book: The Lost Art of Closing “In The Lost Art of Closing, Anthony proves that the final commitment can actually be one of the easiest parts of the sales process—if you’ve set it up properly with other commitments that have to happen long before the close. The key is to lead customers through a series of necessary steps designed to prevent a purchase stall.” Buy Nowlast_img read more


first_imgCross became the first woman to be named in an ICC Cross became the first woman to be named in an ICC umpires panel when she was added to the ICC Associate and Affiliate Panel of International Umpires in 2014. She has previously umpired in the Womens World Cups in 2000, 2009 and 2013, the Womens World Cup Qualifier in 2011 and the ICC Womens World Twenty20 Qualifier in 2013 and 2015. In recent years, Kathy has also worked at mens senior events including the ICC World Cricket League Championship Divisions 3 and 5. Australian Polosak recently made history when she was appointed as third umpire for the Matador One-Day Cup to become the first female to officiate in a List A Australia competition. She was also the youngest official at the ICC Womens World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 in Bangkok. The seven Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees hold a combined experience of 113 ICC World Twenty20 matches between them. Of the 24 umpires, half will be making their ICC World Twenty20 tournament debuts. These are — Anil Chaudhary, Johan Cloete, Kathleen Cross, Simon Fry, Chris Gaffeney, Michael Gough, Vineet Kulkarni, CK Nandan, Ruchira Palliyaguruge, Claire Polosak, Chettithody Shamshuddin and Joel Wilson. The complete list of match officials is: Match referees: David Boon, Chris Broad, Jeff Crowe, Ranjan Madugalle, Andy Pycroft, Richie Richardson and Javagal Srinath Umpires: Anil Chaudhary, Johan Cloete, Kathy Cross, Aleem Dar, Kumar Dharmasena, Marais Erasmus, Simon Fry, Chris Gaffaney, Michael Gough, Ian Gould, Richard Illingworth, Richard Kettleborough, Vineet Kulkarni, Nigel Llong, Ranmore Martinesz, CK Nandan, Bruce Oxenford, Ruchira Palliyaguruge, Claire Polosak, Paul Reiffel, Chettithody Shamshuddin, Ravi Sundaram, Rod Tucker and Joel Wilson. PTI PM AT ATadvertisementlast_img read more