Naomh MhuireThe minors play Naomh Conaill on Friday in the play-off at Na Rossa’s pitch in Dooey at 7pm. This game will decide who progresses so all support appreciated. The under 13s play Dungloe in the banks on Friday evening at 6.30pm. Thanks to all the coaches and parents who helped out on the trip to Dublin at the weekend. A good trip was had with 164 kids and parents travelling.The seniors and Reserves will play at home to N. Brid this Sunday with 1:30pm and 3:30pm throw ins.Naomh Mhuire Bord na nÓg Peil na mBan; u16 Girls had a bumper haul last week with 2 victorys v Dungloe and Cloich Cheann fhaola. 3 wins in their section so far and into the next round of the championship. u13s lost away to Fanad Gaels on Wed last. u12 Dev squads come to a conclusion this weekend with a blitz between the five divisions in Letterkenny on Saturday morning. Commhghairdeas dó Sadhbha Ni Bhaoill who was part of the GO-Games exhibition at half-time at the All-Ireland semi-final between Donegal and Cork. We are still collecting for the Bags2club, anyone who has clothes, hats , belts, paired shoes, etc can leave the bags in the clubhouse or contact any club member and we can collect it from your home. Deadline for collection is 1st of Sept. Some new 22″ club bags are for sale again @ €28 each.The date for the child protection course has not yet been finalised, but hoping to have it up and running by end of Aug. or early Sept. Names still being taken by children’s officer Dónal Ó’Séarcáigh 0863189331. This is a very important course for members of the club who are working with youth and adult teams ,also parents can benefit from doing this course as it give an insight into how the club is looking after the welfare of our members.A date for the dairy: The Finbar and Frankie Fun Run/Walk will take place on Friday 21st September in the Banks. An evening to remember two great club stalwarts. More details to follow.Lotto details for week 22nd August. Jackpot 2720 euro. No jackpot winner and no match 3 winner: Numbers drawn were 10-1-16-19. Next 100 draw is on the 29th Aug in Caislean Óir,collectors and patrons make sure your subs are in on time for the draw. Check out details on www.naomhmhuire.ie. GAA: NAOMH MHUIRE GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: August 28th, 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:GAA: NAOMH MHUIRE GAA CLUB NEWS
zoomImage Courtesy: Port of Southampton A number of developments in the digital and augmentation/automation areas could transform competitiveness and customer propositions at UK ports, according to a survey released by the UK Major Ports Group (UKMPG).UKMPG’s members, the UK’s biggest port owners and operators, believe that these developments could shape the port of the future.These build on continued evolution of the physical assets of ports, their hinterlands and their connectivity with main economic and urban areas. And these changes must occur within an environment of sustainability and responsibility, UKMPG added.The survey informed the response of the UKMPG to the Government’s Maritime 2050 Call for Evidence which closed this week.Taken together, and with the right enabling pre-trade and pro-investment policy frameworks from Government, these developments would build further the powerhouse ports needed for Brexit Britain, boosting the UK’s ability to trade with the world.“At the heart of our input to Government is a determination that ports will play as crucial a role in the 4th industrial revolution as they have in its predecessors, enabling the UK to trade with the world. We look forward to working with Government and others to develop the right policy and regulatory frameworks for the long term to make this potential a reality, boosting even further the considerable value that major ports contribute to the UK,” Tim Morris, Chief Executive of the UK Major Ports Group, said.
New Delhi: CISF on Friday said that they nabbed a drunken driver with a car trying to enter forcibly at IGI Airport.CISF said that on July 26, CISF duty personnel deployed at main entrance check post of terminal-1D departure, IGI Airport noticed a suspicious vehicle coming towards the main entry point from the city side. On suspicion, the CISF personnel deployed at the entry point signalled the driver to stop the car, but the driver ignored the signal and forcefully rushed towards the departure terminal entry Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderroad. Immediately, the said CISF personnel flashed the message on the walkie-talkie. CISF Quick Reaction Team (QRT) acted swiftly and stopped the car before departure terminal 1-D. “The driver was detained and questioned. On enquiry, he disclosed his identity as Jatin Verma.” “He was under the heavy influence of alcohol. It also came to light that he was neither a passenger nor intended to drop or receive anyone at the airport and did not give any satisfactory reply for his such behaviour,” CISF said. The matter was informed to Delhi Police. On arrival of Delhi Police, the said driver along with his vehicle was handed over to Domestic Airport Police Station for further legal action in the matter. Delhi Police has registered a case under section 279, 186 & 353 of IPC in this regard.