Team Doctor Assures Gambian Side of Ebola Safety

first_imgThe report of the presence of the Ebola virus in Liberia has worried Gambian U20 footballers who are scheduled to play their Liberian counterparts this Sunday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.But team doctor, Dr. Kalifa Manneh dispelled their fears and urged them to get set for their first leg African Youth Championship qualifiers.Dr. Manneh told the players that precaution and prevention would be observed highly during their weekend’s visit stay in Liberia.”It is true that the Ebola disease is in Liberia but it has nothing to do with the Gambia U-20 team because in anything that we do, we have precaution, findings, and ways of preventing it,” the paper quoted Dr. Manneh.The national U-20 side, Satellites, has been preparing for their clash against their Gambian counterparts.Meanwhile a press statement from LFA’s Director of Communications Henry Flomo said the game will kick off at 4pm at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.Flomo said the U-20 team is expected to move to camp on Friday.They are: Benjamin Gbamy, Prince Saydee, Blamo Nimely, and Sporo Somah (BYC), Oscar Dorley, Raymond Fanciah, Emmanuel Nimely, Marvin Blapoh, Abdullai Koulibaaly, Loseni Kromah, and Benjamin Sackoh (Monrovia Club Breweries), John Lobbie and Stephen Seameh (NPA), Solomon Yahweh and Sam Jackson (BYC II), Fred Fofana (Watanga FC), Simplice Bearian, Abu Kamara and Moses Tokpah (Ganta Black Stars), Sunnyboy Dolo (Nimba United), Carlos Sanney (LISCR FC), Lee Carter (ELWA United), Titus Kamara (Keitrace FC,) Henry Farkarlun, (Delekon FC) and Moses Quaye (PAGS FC).German trainer Fabien Muers is involved in the physical and mental preparation of the U-20, Flomo said.Liberia last participated in the CAF U-20 in 2012 under Coach Hazel Gray.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Samples being tested for lead, mercury, arsenic – GWI

first_imgPort Kaituma River contaminationDays after the Guyana Water Inc stopped residents from using water from the Port Kaituma River, Region One (Barima-Waini), Public Relations Officer Leana Bradshaw related that water samples were taken at different points in the river and are being tested for heavy metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic.A toxicity analysis was also conducted to determine whether the contamination resulted from mining discharges or from other sources.According to Bradshaw, the water quality results will be available within a week. She said that efforts are also being made to collaborate with the Fisheries Department to perform a toxicology analysis on any dead fish found in the river to further analyse the situation.Bradshaw pointed out that as it relates to alternative solutions, there is potable water available via a dispensing unit in the compound of the well station which was communicated via a public advisory. Additionally, technicians are working to activate a well that will provide added relief to residents.“GWI is also working to drill additional wells so as to ensure groundwater is the main source of water supply for the community as we seek to transition from extensive use of surface water,” she said.Residents of Port Kaituma, have been fuming over the lack of water supply in their community as a result of the prolonged dry weather. The residents who reached out to Guyana Times had related that they are forced to walk several miles to the only operational water source in the community and fetch water for their daily consumption.The only alternative source of water available to them is the river which is no longer safe since GWI halted the pumping of water from that source due to possible contamination.The company in an advertisement on Sunday last had advised residents in Port Kaituma to desist from using the river water following the discovery of possible contamination.The company noted that samples have been collected and will be sent for testing both locally and overseas and the results of those tests will determine the way forward.Meanwhile, residents said that this source of water is not adequate to service the entire community and residents of the outlying areas have difficulty in accessing that source.“We were using the river alone because that water source they advising people to use is far away from where we living. Is months of dry weather and residents are complaining all the time but nothing is being done. GWI is doing nothing for us here. The springs are dry. No pumping could be done. We are suffering here for basic water,” Trevor De Costa, a resident, told Guyana Times.The dry weather season continues to affect residents and farmers in hinterland communities throughout the country. Residents of Region One have been complaining of the negative impacts of the lack of access to potable water. Residents and farmers said enough is not being done by the water company to offer substantial relief.last_img read more

India signals interest in exploration, buying oil from Guyana

first_imgThere are uncertainties regarding whether Guyana would keep or share out its remaining offshore oil blocks, but the Indian Government has indicated its interest in exploration activities here.This was revealed by Indian High Commissioner Venkatachalam Mahalingam during a press conference held at his Church Street, Georgetown office on Thursday.Indian High Commissioner to Guyana,Venkatachalam Mahalingam“…definitely, there is an active interest by Government of India in exploring oil by having an oil block in Guyana,” he said.According to the High Commissioner, this was conveyed to Guyana’s Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman, who was part of a high-level delegation to India, led by Second Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge back in February. The Guyanese Ministers had met with Indian Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan.While High Commissioner Mahalingam has noted that there has been follow-up correspondence between the responsible ministries of the two countries, he could not say whether the Indian Government had made a formal application to obtain licences to conduct exploration of Guyana’s offshore oil blocks.“I don’t know; it is quite possible, because, you know, sometimes our Ministry directly gets in touch with the relevant Ministry. They don’t come through the Foreign Office because it’s a big business, and then there’s an established practice of just (going) directly… So it’s quite possible that the Ministry of Oil and Gas could’ve written to the Ministry of Natural Resources, but we don’t know and we’re not aware of it,” the Indian diplomat stated.During the February ministerial meeting with Guyanese representatives, Minister Pradhan had stated on his tweet that he “had a useful discussion” with the Guyana delegation, and that they “discussed the possibilities of E&P (exploration & production) activities by Indian companies in Guyana.”According to the Indian Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas on his twitter handle, the meeting with the Guyanese Ministers was useful, since they “discussed the possibilities of E&P (Exploration & Production) activities by Indian companies in Guyana.”Moreover, he noted that India had agreed to work with Guyana and share its experience in the oil and gas sector. In fact, Pradhan had twitted: “(India) agreed to work with Guyana and share our experience in the entire gamut of hydrocarbon sector… (We) will share India’s cumulative experience in refinery, petrochemicals and capacity-building in the oil-and-gas sector.”“Guyana being the new member of the oil club, last time when Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister visited, there was an assurance that India can help in downstream, midstream and upstream; and it is for the Government of Guyana to come back to us in which area Guyana would like to have cooperation with India,” High Commissioner Mahalingam added on Thursday.He went on to say that, in addition to wanting to help Guyana develop its oil and gas sector, India is also interested in buying oil from Guyana when production starts in 2020.“We have also expressed our interest in buying oil if it’s available, because we buy oil from Latin America and South America. We buy oil from Venezuela, we buy oil from Colombia; so we can also buy oil from Guyana,” he posited.According to the Indian diplomat, there has since been correspondence between India’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas and Guyana’s Natural Resources Ministry to exchange relevant data.Even as Government contemplates its next move regarding Guyana’s offshore oil blocks, former President and current Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo, has called for the implementation of competitive bidding for the remaining oil blocks, or for the blocks to be kept for future generations.Jagdeo has been extremely critical of Government’s handling of the Petroleum Sharing Agreement (PSA) with the oil companies that have interests in Guyana. However, Government has said that a process of both direct engagement and selective bidding would be used to allocate the remaining blocks.In fact, Minister Trotman has expressed that direct engagements with other State-owned companies, such as Brazil’s Petrobras, would be sought in the future,But local attorney Melinda Janki, who has extensive experience working with many oil companies, has cautioned Government against making rash decisions when it comes to the remaining oil blocks offshore Guyana.Janki, who worked as an in-legal counsel for British multinational oil and gas company BP, at its head office in London, has reminded that the Constitution of Guyana sets limits on what can be done with Guyana’s natural resources.During an exclusive interview with Guyana Times last week, the attorney further opined that there is a legal duty to hand on to the next generation, an intact natural capital base.According to her, this is clear from Article 36 of the Constitution, which also states: “The wellbeing of the nation depends upon preserving clean air, fertile soils, pure water, and the rich diversity of plants, animals and eco-systems.”Janki maintains that money can’t be eaten, nor can oil be drunk.“The Government has to comply with Article 36. They have to preserve clean air, fertile soils, pure water, and the rich diversity of plants, animals and eco-systems. Before they auction any blocks, they must correct the mistakes they have made in the deal with Esso, Hess and Nexen,” she added.last_img read more

North Peace Alumni Hockey School cancelled for 2015

first_imgWith ice making being delayed at the Pomeroy Sport Centre due to the recently concluded strike by members of the BCGEU, organizers with the North Peace Alumni Hockey School have been forced to cancel this year’s camp. The announcement was made this morning on the school’s Facebook page.Organizers were looking into alternative plans but nothing could be worked out to accommodate the camp.Those that enrolled will be getting refunds. It’s hoped that the camp will go forward next summer.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Arsenal, Spurs battle for bragging rights in London derby

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal and Tottenham are seeking to bounce back from defeats last weekend in the North London derby © IKIMAGES/AFP/File / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 30 – Arsenal and Tottenham battle for North London supremacy on Sunday in an early indicator as to who will be Manchester City and Liverpool’s closest challengers for the Premier League title.City and Liverpool have already moved clear of the chasing pack with Jurgen Klopp’s men boasting the only 100 percent record after three games to open a two-point lead over the champions. Both will expect to add another three points before the international break as City host Brighton, while Liverpool travel to Burnley.But below them the rest have plenty of room for improvement with Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea having already tasted defeat.Arsenal were given a lesson in how far they still have to go to challenge for the title in losing 3-1 at Anfield last weekend, but the Gunners can quickly erase the memory of that defeat should they get the better of Spurs at the Emirates.A thrilling 4-2 win over the Champions League finalists in this fixture last season was the highlight of Unai Emery’s first season in charge and Arsenal have little to fear from Tottenham’s start to the season.Mauricio Pochettino believes his squad is unsettled by speculation over the futures of Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld.Vertonghen has been dropped for all three games so far this season, whilst Eriksen started on the bench against Aston Villa and Newcastle.A shock 1-0 reverse to the Magpies last weekend showed Pochettino can ill afford the luxury of leaving out two of his better players, even if they seem set to leave the club at the end of the season after failing to agree new contracts.Arsenal missed out on Champions League football to their local rivals by a point last season, but still reinforced well in the transfer market.Nicolas Pepe shone on his full debut against Liverpool last weekend and could be unleashed alongside Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette from the start for the first time.Should Arsenal’s exciting new attacking trio click, they can lay down an early marker in the battle to be the best of the rest behind the top two.United seek redemption at St Mary’sMaking up to do: Marcus Rashford missed a penalty in Manchester United’s 2-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace last weekend © AFP/File / Lindsey ParnabyManchester United’s bright start to the season also came to an abrupt end in defeat at home by Crystal Palace last weekend.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men paid for a missed penalty for the second consecutive game as Marcus Rashford hit the post after Paul Pogba’s spot-kick was saved in a 1-1 draw at Wolves the week before.However, the debate over who should be on penalty duties has masked familiar problems from United’s disastrous end to last season.Goalkeeper David de Gea was at fault for Palace’s injury-time equaliser, while Victor Lindelof and £80 million summer signing Harry Maguire were caught flat-footed for the visitor’s opener.The departure of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to Inter Milan has also left Solskjaer desperately short on forward options, particularly with Anthony Martial ruled out for Saturday’s trip to Southampton.Lose again and the alarm bells will already be ringing for United’s season before September is out.Barnes a threat to leaky LiverpoolOne to watch: Ashley Barnes has scored four goals in three Premier League games this season © AFP / Oli SCARFFLiverpool looked more like their old selves against Arsenal last weekend with Mohamed Salah in supreme form.But at the other end of the field, the European champions have not looked nearly as solid without injured goalkeeper Alisson Becker.The Reds have yet to keep a clean sheet in five games this season and Burnley have an in-form striker ready to pounce on any sloppiness this weekend.Only Liverpool’s Sadio Mane has scored more Premier League goals in 2019 than Ashley Barnes’s 13, four of which have come in the opening three games of the season.“We go into every game confident,” said Barnes. “We are striving and want to finish in the top half.”Fixtures (kick-off 1700 unless stated)SaturdaySouthampton v Man Utd (1430), West Ham v Norwich, Leicester v Bournemouth, Manchester City v Brighton, Newcastle v Watford, Chelsea v Sheffield United, Crystal Palace v Aston Villa, Burnley v Liverpool (1930)SundayEverton v Wolves (1600), Arsenal v Tottenham (1830)0Shares0000(Visited 29 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

AC Milan distance themselves from permanent move for Everton winger

first_img Gerard Deulofeu has impressed for AC Milan since signing on loan in January 1 AC Milan manager Vincenzo Montella has cooled talk of a move for Gerard Deulofeu by claiming the Everton winger is ‘replaceable’.The Spaniard has been on loan at the San Siro since January and has impressed in Italy with four goals in all competitions.The 23-year-old’s form has reportedly sparked interest from Barcelona, who have the option to buy him back after selling him to Everton in 2015.Barca’s buy-back clause means Milan have little say in what will happen regarding Deulofeu’s future, even if they wished to snap him up permanently.And now Montella has distanced the Italian giants from a move for the Spain international by revealing he thinks he can be replaced.“Deulofeu has given us a lot and he’s a had a great impact,” Montella told Premium Sport.“His fate isn’t up to us, but I think all players are replaceable – as are coaches.”last_img read more

GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY CLUB NOTES

first_imgLotto numbers for Monday 17/9/2012 were 6,12,14,23. Match 3 winner Colm Carberry. Next week’s jackpot €1220.With All Ireland fever hitting the county the club extends every good wish to Michael, Neil, Gary, Frank and all the Donegal squad, management and backroom team. Safe journey to everyone travelling to Dublin over the weekend and hopefully we’ll be partying in the hills next week.Ceol na Coille are interested in starting traditional music classes for children in the clubhouse on Friday evenings over the winter. More details from 0863827312. A lot of items of clothing have been left behind in the clubhouse over the summer months. These will be available for inspection on Friday (21st)from 6-8pm. If not collected by then they will be taken away. It is hoped to start Circuits in the hall again from Monday 8th October for 10 weeks. Contact Colm Farrell for more information.GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY CLUB NOTES was last modified: September 18th, 2012 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:Glenswilly Club noteslast_img read more

PICTURE SPECIAL: NAOMH MUIRE DINNER DANCE PRESENTATION NIGHT

first_imgNaomh Muire (Íochtar na Rosann/Lower Rosses) held their annual Dinner Dance and Presentation night in Caislean Óir, Anagaire at the weekend.Pride of place on the night went to the Junior Ladies team who won, Donegal Comortas na Gaeltachta Soisear, Donegal Junior B and Donegal Div. 4 titles in 2014. Special Guest on the evening was Katy Herron the current Donegal Ladies Captain and Guest player Karen Guthrie.Proceeding were opened by Fear a tí Cormac Mac Gairbaibh and after Fr’Herrity blessed the food, our club, present members and past members no longer with us, Caislean Óir staff served up a great meal to the large gathering of club member and guests present on the night.Chairperson Tom Marry addressed the gathering with a short welcoming to everyone present before presentation of awards too place.Medals were presented to the junior ladies team for all three competitions won. Ladies player of the year; Aoife McGarvey. Most improved player; Breda McBride. Senior player of the year; Padraig McCafferty. Young player of the year; Patrick Gillespie. Reserve player of the year; Cian Bolye. Most improved; Jack Óg McDevitt. Naomh Muire Order of the Boot recipient 2014; Paul Boyle. Special award on the night,20years not out went to Owenie McGarvey. A great night’s dancing and the famous rock the boat went on until the early hours. Special thanks to Katy and Karen who made the journey to be with us on the night as they were on a tight schedule as earlier on the saturday they played a challenge for Donegal ladies v Dublin in Belfast and on Sunday morning they had to leave and head to Sligo for another challenge match at 2pm. Roll on 2015 season for the Naomh Muire club as all teams are in training mode since Sunday. PICTURE SPECIAL: NAOMH MUIRE DINNER DANCE PRESENTATION NIGHT was last modified: January 28th, 2015 by John2Share 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:2014dinner danceNAOMH MUIREpicture speciallast_img read more

Sam Allardyce clashes with The Moose over his gesture to West Ham fans

first_img🎈 “Shut up, you balloon!”😡 “Get rid of him! Don’t put The Moose on again when I am on!”🔥 Things got a little heated between Sam Allardyce and @BroadcastMoose this morning! 😂They like each other really… we think! 😬 pic.twitter.com/o3bWMSsPjJ— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) November 9, 2018The Moose joined Jim White later on in the day to respond to his ‘spat’ with Big Sam – what do you think of this? Jose Mourinho strolled into the middle of the pitch and cupped his ear after the final whistle Sam Allardyce was not happy with talkSPORT reporter Ian ‘The Moose’ Abrahams as they rowed about West Ham on Friday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast – telling him to ‘get off the air!’Following the furore surrounding Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho’s celebration where he cupped his ear towards Juventus fans this week, The Moose brought up the time Big Sam gestured to his own supporters at Upton Park.Like Mourinho, Allardyce was accused of goading fans when he cupped his ear towards Hammers supporters in defiance of the boo-boys who wanted him out of the club. In 2014, in Allardyce’s penultimate season in charge, the West Ham players were booed off the pitch by the Upton Park faithful after they WON against Hull City.For those who don’t remember, it was an unconvincing win – but a win nonetheless – as the Hammers claimed a 2-1 victory against the ten-man Tigers, and fans voiced their disapproval of the team’s display after the full-time whistle.Big Sam responded by cupping his ear to the crowd as he walked off the pitch, much like Mourinho did on Wednesday after United came from a goal down to beat Juventus 2-1 in the Champions League. But the former boss was not best pleased when Hammers-mad correspondent Abrahams compared the two incidents on Friday morning, and again took aim at the fans who wanted him out of the club for ‘not playing the West Ham way’.The Moose: “Let’s imagine that you win by one goal against ten men at home, and then after the game as you walk off…”Sam Allardyce: “Oh shut up, you balloon!”TM: “What happened, Sam? Tell us!”SA: “That’s just rubbish, didn’t we win? Have you been playing the West Ham way recently, when was the last time you played the West Ham way?“Get him off air, you’re embarrassing. Get rid of him and don’t put him on with me again!”Listen to the exchange IN FULL below! 2 Allardyce gestures towards West Ham fans in 2014 “Maybe I touched a nerve about how much managers who don’t produce entertaining football are being paid!”😮 @BroadcastMoose fires back at Sam Allardyce after the ex-Everton boss called him a “balloon” on @SportsBreakfast this morning!😂 What a response! pic.twitter.com/Md55Ycmrm9— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) November 9, 2018 2last_img read more

HARPS PREPARE FOR CUP SHOWDOWN WITH STIFF LEAGUE TEST IN LONGFORD

first_imgWith the season fast approaching its end, Finn Harps make the trip to Longford on Saturday evening with all the pressure on the home side (kick-off 7.45pm).For the second season in a row, Longford look like they have thrown away the chance of automatic promotion as the season enters the final straight.For Finn Harps, promotion looks like it has gone for another year and Peter Hutton’s side will travel to Longford on Saturday with one eye already on the following weeks FAI Cup Quarter-Final against Drogheda United at Finn Park. “This weekend’s clash with Longford will be a good test but one we must look forward to,” said Hutton earlier this week.“We have a good record against them and we hope that continues. Longford are still very much in the promotion hunt and will view each game now as a must win. We on the other hand must look to the cup as our main priority now so we should go and enjoy the game but continue to finish the league campaign as strong as possible.”Last Saturday, Harps came out on the wrong side of a five goal game in Cobh against a side who they had knocked out of the Cup in the same St. Colmans Park venue just six days earlier.“Whilst we were disappointed with the result I was happy with the level of performance in general,” said Hutton of the 3-2 defeat at the Cork venue. “Defensively we gifted the three goals with some slack play and should have done better in preventing situations developing higher up the pitch. We got off to a great start with a really well worked goal with a real footballing passage of play down our right side which was finished well by Pat McCann. Cobh then got an equalizer from a very dubious penalty when young Kynan Rocks went down very easily in the box.“We managed though to take the lead again with a well taken goal by young Shane McGinty from the edge of the box but again we couldn’t hold on after Kynan Rocks was allowed to get away from three of our defenders to set up Stanton for Cobh’s second equalizer.“The second half we dominated possession for long spells and had a few chances but we failed to deal with a long punt forward that caught our defence on their heels and young Stanton broke free to grab what proved to be the decisive goal. Overall we were disappointed with the defeat and there are areas in which we were poor but performance wise I thought that given the amount of changes made to the starting 11, I was pleased and took a lot of positives.”As Hutton said, he made wholesale changes from the team which had won in Cobh earlier in the week.“I felt that given Monday’s replay, the journey involved and in particular the potential of a few confrontations given the nature of Monday’s game I decided now was an opportune time to freshen things up and change the personnel,” explained Hutton for his reasons for all the changes to personnel. “The vast majority of those that came in had for different reasons not played much recently but deserved some game time as they too have been working hard in training.”Hutton may decide to continue to rest some of his key players on Saturday ahead of the Cup quarter-final. Doubts hang over the fitness of Tommy McMonagle (foot) and Johnny Bonner (knee) and they are unlikely to be risked.In the three previous meetings with Longford this season, Harps hold the upper hand with two wins and a draw. Harps have won on each of their previous three visits to Longford despite having won only once there in ten games prior to last season.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TEAM NEWSSuspended: None.Doubtful: Tommy McMonagle (foot), Johnny Bonner (knee).Injured: None.Form Guide (last six league games)Finn Harps: L-W-L-W-L-L (6 pts)Longford Town: L-L-D-L-W-L (4 pts)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Last six away games against Longford Town13-Aug-10 – Longford Town 1-0 Finn Harps (First Division)03-Jun-11 – Longford Town 0-0 Finn Harps (FAI Cup)09-Jul-11 – Longford Town 3-2 Finn Harps (First Division)14-Apr-12 – Longford Town 1-3 Finn Harps (First Division)11-Aug-12 – Longford Town 0-1 Finn Harps (First Division)11-May-13 – Longford Town 2-3 Finn Harps (First Division)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Finn Harps Goalscorers 2013Kevin McHugh – 9 (2 in FAI Cup)Sean McCarron – 8 (1 in FAI Cup)Michael Funston – 4 (1 in FAI Cup)Keith Cowan – 3 (1 in FAI Cup)Mark Forker – 2Thomas McMonagle – 2Pat McCann – 1Shane McGinty – 1Lee Toland – 1 (in FAI Cup)Paul McVeigh – 1 (in FAI Cup)Thomas McBride – 1 (in League Cup)Matt Harkin – 1 (in League Cup)James Doherty – 1 (in League Cup)Marc Brolly – 1 (in League Cup)Aaron O’Hagan – 1 (in League Cup)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Finn Harps Results 2013 (Harps goalscorers in brackets)31-Aug-13 – AL – Cobh Ramblers 3-2 Finn Harps (McCann, McGinty)26-Aug-13 – FAI – Cobh Ramblers 0-4 Finn Harps (McHugh, Toland, McVeigh, Funston)23-Aug-13 – FAI – Finn Harps 1-1 Cobh Ramblers (McHugh)16-Aug-13 – AL – Finn Harps 0-2 Waterford United09-Aug-13 – AL – Finn Harps 2-0 Salthill Devon (Forker 2)02-Aug-13 – AL – Athlone Town 1-0 Finn Harps26-Jul-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 1-0 Wexford Youths (McHugh)19-Jul-2013 – AL – Mervue United 4-0 Finn Harps12-Jul-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 0-0 Longford Town28-Jun-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 2-2 Cobh Ramblers (Funston, Cowan)28-Jun-2013 – AL – Waterford United 3-0 Finn Harps14-Jun-2013 – AL – Salthill Devon 2-1 Finn Harps (Funston)08-Jun-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 2-3 Athlone Town (Funston, Cowan)31-May-2013 – FAI – Finn Harps 2-1 Wexford Youths (Cowan, McCarron)24-May-2013 – AL – Wexford Youths 2-1 Finn Harps (McCarron)20-May-2013 – LC – Finn Harps 1-1 Derry City (O’Hagan) – Derry win 6-5 on penalties17-May-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 1-0 Mervue United (McCarron)11-May-2013 – AL – Longford Town 2-3 Finn Harps (McCarron, McHugh, McDonagh og.)04-May-2013 – AL – Cobh Ramblers 2-2 Finn Harps (McHugh, McCarron)26-Apr-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 0-1 Waterford United19-Apr-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 1-0 Salthill Devon (McMonagle)12-Apr-2013 – AL – Athlone Town 1-0 Finn Harps05-Apr-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 0-0 Wexford Youths29-Mar-2013 – AL – Mervue United 2-2 Finn Harps (McMonagle, McHugh)23-Mar-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 1-0 Longford Town (McHugh)15-Mar-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 4-1 Cobh Ramblers (McCarron 2, McHugh 2)08-Mar-2013 – AL – Waterford United 1-1 Finn Harps (McCarron)03-Mar-2013 – LC – Mayo League 1-4 Finn Harps (Harkin, Doherty, Brolly, McBride)HARPS PREPARE FOR CUP SHOWDOWN WITH STIFF LEAGUE TEST IN LONGFORD was last modified: September 6th, 2013 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:CUPfinn harpsLeagueLongford TownPeter Huttonlast_img read more