SFA’s Season Ends with 3-0 Loss at Ole Miss in Opening Round of NIVC

first_imgOXFORD, Miss. – Engaging in its first postseason match in over a decade, the Stephen F. Austin volleyball team was unable to slow down a strong attack plan by Ole Miss and dropped a 3-0 decision to the Rebels in the opening round of the National Invitational Volleyball Championship (NIVC) Wednesday night at the Gillom Center. Stopping the Ole Miss duo of Kate Gibson and Lexi Thompson was far easier said than done as the pair combined for 28 of the Rebels’ 47 terminations throughout the evening. As a team, Ole Miss hit at a rate of .300 and try as they might the Ladyjacks were unable to match that efficiency on the offensive end. Danae Daron posted a team-best nine kills while Haley Coleman added eight for SFA which finished with a hitting percentage of only .103 – its lowest of the season – in its season-ending setback. Defensively, Makenzee Hanna amassed six rejections to lead all players while Ann Hollas added three blocks to go along with three kills and 15 assists. Freshman Margaret Dean stepped in and dished out 13 helpers to tie her season high. Charging out of the games in their first postseason match since 2010, the Rebels never trailed in the opening frame and drilled SFA with an 11-2 run to start the Southland/SEC showdown. The Ladyjacks managed to recover and posted five of the next seven points to cut the Ole Miss advantage to 13-7.Through that SFA run, Daron and Hollas delivered kills while Redmond served up the Ladyjacks’ lone ace of the match. A solo rejection by Hanna kept SFA within six, 14-8, before the Rebels’ offense squashed the Ladyjacks hopes of jumping out to a 1-0 lead. Ole Miss pounded down eight of their 15 kills in the set during an 11-4 run to close out the frame. Through the first set, SFA hit just .000 while the Rebels attacked at a strong .464 clip.Ole Miss broke a 1-1 tie early in the second by pounding down three more kills during a 4-0 run but the Ladyjacks rediscovered their accuracy on the offensive end to give the Rebels a run for their money.Daron, Evans and Hollas each smacked down kills during a 6-2 SFA surge while the duo of Hanna and Hollas sprung for a block to tie things at 7-7 before another flurry of offense by Ole Miss put the home team in front for the remainder of the frame. Three more kills and an SFA error pushed the Rebels ahead 11-7 and while SFA made it a two-point margin twice during the middle portion of the set, Ole Miss answered with points each time to reestablish a three-point lead. Facing set point and trailing by five, SFA received back-to-back terminations from Hanna before a solo block from Gibson finished off the set and put the host institution up 2-0.  The only lead SFA took in the match came when Daron and Coleman combined for a rejection to start the third set. From there, Ole Miss reeled off five straight points and would never fall behind again.Getting kills from Xariah Williams and Coleman as well as a combo block from Hanna and Hollas, the visitors battled back to knot matters at 5-5, but Ole Miss responded in a big way by going on an 8-0 run to open up a 13-5 lead. Although the Ladyjacks attempted a comeback by getting kills from Xariah Williams, Redmond and Coleman as part of a 5-1 run that trimmed the Rebels’ lead to 19-16, the Ole Miss lead proved to be insurmountable. Ole Miss closed out the match with a 5-2 run that featured two more kills and the Rebels’ second service ace of the evening. SFA’s season may have come to a close, but there were still plenty of highlights to be had throughout 2017. The Ladyjacks captured their ninth Southland Conference regular sesaon title and posted 26 wins – the most by the team since 2007. Cain – one of two seniors on the team along with Sam Rodriguez – closed out her collegiate career with 1,624 digs which stands as the fourth-most in the history of the program.last_img read more

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Chelsea, Liverpool on course in League Cup

first_imgMANCHESTER, England (AP): With no European competitions clogging up their schedules, Chelsea and Liverpool are placing more importance on the English League Cup than usual this season. They both advanced to the last 16 on Tuesday, but took different routes. Chelsea came from two goals behind at Premier League champions Leicester, taking an end-to-end game to extra time at 2-2 thanks to goals from defenders Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta before Cesc Fabregas’ double clinched a 4-2 win. Liverpool had it much easier, dispatching second-tier Derby in a 3-0 victory with Ragnar Klavan, Philippe Coutinho and Divock Origi scoring the goals. Chelsea and Liverpool both rested key players, but still fielded strong line-ups in a bid to stay alive in one of three competitions they’ll enter this season. Liverpool are record eight-time League Cup winners, while Chelsea are joint second in the all-time list of trophy winners with five titles. BIGGER PRIORITIES Leicester have much bigger priorities this season. Aside from attempting to retain their Premier League title, Claudio Ranieri’s team are in the Champions League for the first time and likely will not be too concerned about exiting a competition of the least importance. Japan forward Shinji Okazaki took advantage of defensive errors to score twice for Leicester at King Power Stadium, but the hosts were undermanned in extra time after Marcin Wasilewski collected his second yellow card in the 89th for elbowing Diego Costa in the face. Fabregas’ two goals sent a message to Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who has marginalised the Spain midfielder at the start of the season. Everton failed to transfer their strong Premier League form to the League Cup by losing 0-2 to second-tier Norwich, which played almost a complete reserve team. Lucas Perez, a recent signing from Spanish side Deportivo La CoruÒa, scored twice in the second half for his first goals for Arsenal in their 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest. Granit Xhaka scored from long range – as he did against Hull in the Premier League on Saturday – to put Arsenal ahead and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wrapped up the victory for a visiting team featuring a mix of youth-team players and fringe squad members.last_img read more

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Gonzales happy with Batangas’ q’finals feat despite exit

first_imgLeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Eric Gonzales. PBA IMAGESBatangas may have lost the battle, but for coach Eric Gonzales, his team didn’t entirely lose the war.The soft-spoken mentor was glad with the way his team fought in the 2017 PBA D-League Foundation cup, even branding the campaign as an “overachievement.”ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jordan ranks Kobe ahead of LeBron: ‘Five rings beat three’ That is, if they decide to give the PBA D-League another go next season.“It’s up to boss,” Gonzales pointed to team manager Atty. Ruel Camobas. “I know boss is passionate and he’s happy with what the team has achieved. I’ll just do the coaching here.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Still, Gonzales was all smiles as he reflected on the jump his side had following a disappointing maiden campaign in the 2017 Foundation Cup, where at 4-5, Batangas just missed out on advancing to the playoffs.“Nevertheless, I’m happy with what we were able to come up with, especially to those who played in a competitive setting in the first time. I thank God for what the team has achieved.”Adding to Gonzales’ elation was the emergence of Cedric de Joya, who showed tremendous potential despite his size.“Our bunso (little brother) stepped up,” he said. “But it can’t go any further than that. We still need strong supporting role players.”With the foundation already laid out, Gonzales could only wonder what the future holds for the Batangueños.ADVERTISEMENT ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube “For me, us reaching the quarterfinals is a bonus,” said Gonzales in Filipino after the Batangueños exited the tournament in an 81-74 defeat to CEU on Thursday. “We dealt with a lot of things, especially losing Joseph Sedurifa. We got reinforcements, but we didn’t have enough time to build that chemistry.”Batangas had to scamper for a replacement as it hoped to fill the shoes left by the Meralco-bound Sedurifa, who was the team’s leading scorer for the whole conference.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Out of desperation, the team signed up Robby Celiz, Michole Sorela, and Leo Avenido from the eliminated teams, while acquiring Joseph Gabayni and Jebb Bulawan from the free agent pool.However, with just one day to prepare, the chemistry which helped the Batangueños finish the eliminations with a 6-4 slate didn’t live up to par resulting in the early exit. MOST READ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return View comments OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Indian national gunned down in Camarines Surlast_img read more

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17 Motorbikes Purchased for Nimba Officials

first_imgNimba County Infrastructure Development Committee, through its Acting Project Management Team Leader, Eddie Z. Tenwah, has procured 17 brand new Yamaha (AG-100) motorbikes intended for the use of local officials.  The motorbikes, said Mr. Tenwah, will enhance their ability to monitor and evaluate several ongoing projects across the county.The bikes, all red in color, were sold to the county by CICA Motors at a duty-free unit price of US$4,250, totaling US$72, 250 for all 17, according to Mr. TenwahWhile taking delivery of the motorbikes yesterday from the company’s offices in Monrovia, Mr. Tenwah told reporters and onlookers that the motorbikes are being purchased with a portion of the county’s social development fund to be used by the office of the Project Management Committee and local officials, including district commissioners and statutory superintendents.“Unlike officials that motorbikes were previously assigned to, and those in the county’s Electoral District #1 and 2, the rest of the commissioners are each entitled to a motorbike.”He said the decision to purchase the motorbikes was reached during the county council sitting when the county authority approved the US$72,250 for the procurement of the motorbikes.He noted that the acting PMC chair and two administrative districts will not benefit from the motorbikes “because the authorities of the two districts opted for a different project rather than the use of motorcycles.He named district #1 and 2 as those that declared no interest in the motorbike purchase. He asserted that the purchase of the motorbikes will enable the local officials to effectively carry out their duties in their respective areas of assignments.Mr. Tenwah explained that due to the lack of vehicles in the county, commissioners and statutory superintendents have encountered difficulty in monitoring some of the ongoing development projects.He stipulated that fueling and maintenance of the motorcycles will be done by the users themselves.A large portion of the county’s social development funds is provided by the world’s steel giant, ArcelorMittal, which now operates in the county extracting high grade iron ore.Mr. Tenwah has admonished the motorbike users to maintain them with the highest sense of responsibility that will guarantee their durability. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Boakai Backs BWI’s Elevation

first_imgVP Boakai: “If elected, my administration will stabilize the economy…”Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai said the quality of BWI’s facility and faculty added to the soundness of the vision of the administration and the Board continues to convince the government that the institute needs to be elevated to a junior college status.The establishment of the Booker Washington Agricultural and Industrial Institute (BWI) of Liberia was a ‘dream come true’ for the late President Charles Dunbar Burgess King. During an official visit to the U.S. in 1924, president King was asked by a reporter to name anything of significance that he would like to take back to his country. The President said,“If it were possible, I would like to take Tuskegee Institute with me to Liberia.” Even though it was not physically possible to transplant Tuskegee Institute of the United States to Liberia, President King’s dream of a Tuskegee-type institution in Liberia was fulfilled in 1929, through the establishment of BWI.And because of this, Vice President Boakai committed himself to working for the achievement of this goal in the soonest possible time.Boakai’s concern for BWI was made public in a speech he delivered at the program marking the 88th founding anniversary of the institute held under the theme, “BWI at 88: Appreciating the Past, Strengthening the Present, and Nourishing the Future.”He said the government continues to consider the BWI as critical to the molding of good minds for Liberia, for which “we have gone to lengths to attract greater interest in and support for it.”“In conjunction with some local and foreign partners,” he continued, “we are pursuing efforts to raise the educational level of BWI to, among other things, begin a program that will train and produce laboratory technicians to man our hospitals and clinics.”He said whenever he visits the United States and other countries, he continues to carry with him the concerns of institutions of higher learning in the country, and keeps BWI at the top of his list of schools that need elevation to technical college status.He said the theme for the 88th Founder’s Day was not only a befitting one for the occasion, but also a guide that could help every Liberian in their quest for transformation.“I should admit that this theme, ‘Appreciating the Past, Strengthening the Present, and Nourishing the Future’ is so well-placed that it has so much clear relevance to a whole host of situations in our present realities,” the VP declared.He said Liberia’s present-day situation, particularly at this period in time, reflects the program’s theme in such a way that if properly utilized, could unravel possibilities and potentials far beyond any calculations in the country’s imagination.Shortly after the indoor program, VP Boakai inaugurated the school’s trade shops, renovated by the government.In his message, the principal and chief executive officer (CEO) of BWI, Harris Fomba Tarnue, said at 88, the BWI is proudly turning young people into aspiring engineers, architects, business and national leaders, professionals and technicians from diverse pursuits.Mr. Tarnue called on the youth, especially the BWI students, to commit themselves to appreciating the foundation laid by the country’s past, to vow to work unceasingly to make the present stronger and vibrant, and at the same time to create achievable visions for an excellent Liberia that future generations would take pride in as their heritage.He said his administration’s strategic focus will continue to be driven by public engagement coupled with definite and purposive actions set out in a five-point strategic priority to include investment in staff development and capacity-building; invest in BWI’s internal revenue generating capacity; strengthen existing infrastructures and build new ones; enhance students and young faculty recruitment, development and retention programs; and to elevate BWI to a technical college and high-quality market focused institution.BWI’s 88th Founder’s Day activities started on Thursday, June 22, with community service, which witnessed the graduations of over 30 young women in pastry marking, enhanced training of the BWI security guard service and staff development.It was climaxed on Sunday, June 25 with thanksgiving and a religious service on the main campus.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Arsenal and Tottenham target reveals he is ready to leave PSV

first_imgArsenal and Tottenham target Georginio Wijnaldum has revealed he is hungry to move abroad and further his career.The Dutch international is currently playing for PSV Eindhoven and has scored three goals in the Eredivisie this season.Wijnaldum caught the eye of several clubs in the summer, especially after he scored in the Netherlands’ 3-0 third-place play-off victory over Brazil at the World Cup, and the 23-year-old has admitted he would love to play elsewhere in Europe.“Next summer would be a great time to take the next step,” Wijnaldum told De Telegraaf.  “PSV also know that I am keen to play abroad, I am the age for it. Although I like it here, I do not want to become too old to go abroad, because I want to play there for a few years.“The more time I take in going, the shorter my career abroad becomes.”However the attacking midfielder ruled out any possibility of moving in January, instead committing himself to PSV’s title chase.“First I want to be champion with PSV, and I will fight for it,” Wijnaldum added.“If a club have been good to you and have always been there for you, I feel obliged to do me something in return for that club. I therefore do not wish to leave PSV straight away.” 1 Georginio Wijnaldum in action for PSV last_img read more

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GAA NEWS: KIERAN KELLY WINS URRIS SENIOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD

first_imgDINNER DANCE: Thanks to all who attended our Annual Presentation Dinner Dance in the Ballyliffin Hotel on Saturday night. The main prizewinners on the night were:Ladies Player of the year: Kayla Farren.Senior Player of the year: Kieran Kelly.Reserve Player of the Year: Jonathan Mc Daid.U21 Player of the year: Conor Bradley.Minor Player of the year: Diarmuid Moyne.Ladies Minor Player of the year: Sarah Mc Gonigle.Club Person of the year: Rose Kelly.Appreciation Awards: To our outgoing secretary David Hession for all the great work and service given to the cub and to Sean P Doherty our club referee at club and county level..Thanks to the management and staff of the Ballyliffin Hotel for the lovely meal, Danny & Brian our musicians on the night.SCOR SINSIR: Well Done to all who represented the club in the County Final of Scor Sinsir last Friday night in Glenswilly. We had no joy on the night but both acts performed brilliantly. Our instrumental group came second on the night and Evelyn gave a very strong performance. A big thanks to you all for the great effort being put into Scor.CLUB IORRAS: Club Iorras January Winners:€50-Danny Friel, Dunaff.€30-Gerard Friel, Dunaff.€20-Kathleen Doherty, Tiernasligo.Thanks to all who support the club in this monthly draw. MATCH “N” WIN: January 28th:No jackpot winner—numbers drawn: 3, 21, 23 & 24. €15 winners:Sean Doherty, Prehen Park, Derry.Lorrainne O’Donnell, Ballyliffin.Alice Mc Laughlin, Farron Park, Derry.Edward Mc Laughlin, Dunaff.Bronagh Walsh, C/O Hirrells Bar, Clonmany.Jackpot next week €580. Thanks to all our lotto sellers and to all who support the club in this weekly draw..CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Club membership is now due for 2016. Adult membership is €25, Student (3rd level and in full time education with Student ID) is €15 and under age is €5 (capped at €20 per family). Anyone playing football for the club must have their membership paid up to be covered by insurance in case of injury. Club members will also have first preference on Donegal tickets for the coming season. Fees must be paid in full by March 31st. Please contact Edward Mc Laughlin, John Friel, Nichola Donaghey or any committee member to get your membership. Registration Morning in the clubhouse this Saturday, February 6th from 10am to 12.00pm.BINGO: Club bingo every Thursday night in St Mary’s Hall, Clonmany at 9pm.NATIONAL GAA CLUB DRAW TICKETS: GAA National Club Draw 2016 tickets are now on sale at €10. All monies raised on the sale of these tickets stays with the club and will help with the day to day running costs of the club from under age to senior level. Some great prizes on offer: 1st prize–Opel Corsa Car. Other prizes include : trip overseas with the 2016 All Stars, Travel voucher worth €1,500, several All-Ireland Hurling and Football Corporate Final packages 2016 and Shopping vouchers . Get your tickets from John Friel or any committee member. Your support much appreciated.UNDER AGE TRAINING: U 12 & U14 girls every Thursday evening from 5.00pm to 6.00pm in the Youth Club, Clonmany. U10 boys & girls training on Saturday morning at 11.00am on the astro turf in the Youth Club. Please wrap up warmly. Please bring €2 to cover cost of astro. U6 and U8 training every Friday evening in the youth club clonmany from 5.30 to 6.30pm. Please bring €2 to cover cost of the centre.GAA NEWS: KIERAN KELLY WINS URRIS SENIOR PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD was last modified: February 1st, 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:GAASportURRISlast_img read more

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Rashford ‘bemused’ as Mourinho says he cannot handle pressure at Man United

first_img Most read in Premier League England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won tense Mourinho said there has been a manhunt against him and his Man United players Guardiola-inspired tactics: Is this how Arsenal will line up under Arteta? revealed Jose Mourinho’s suggestion that Marcus Rashford cannot handle the pressure of playing for Manchester United has left the forward ‘bemused’, according to reports.Mourinho, the United manager, branded England forward Rashford ‘scared on the pitch’ after the club’s comeback defeat of Newcastle. gameday cracker Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings 2 SORRY silverware “The boys woke up on Saturday and they didn’t know if I was going to be at the game or not.I think they thought in the morning, ‘Is he going to be there?“Or is he not going to be there?’ — because the manhunting influences people and it’s not easy.“For big boys like me it’s no problem. But for younger people I think ‘problem’ — and I think in the first half they clearly showed that.”However, Rashford, according to The Sun, has been left ‘bemused’ by Mourinho’s comments. predicted changes Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Rashford and Scott McTominay, the midfielder, were substituted when United were 2-0 down on Saturday evening, with the Red Devils then going on to secure a 3-2 win over Rafa Benitez’s side.The Portuguese said after the game that Rashford, 20, and McTominay, 21, were unable to deal with the pressure caused by the ‘manhunt’ against him and and his players.“Maybe it was my wrong decision to play Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay,” Mourinho suggested.“They were not ready for this level of pressure that the manhunting is bringing. 2 REVEALED Rashford was withdrawn with just over an hour gone on Saturday, with United two goals behind at Old Trafford whoops latest Saturday’s defeat of Newcastle was Rashford’s 130th appearance for Man United, while the 20-year-old has also been capped 27 times by England and played at two major international tournaments – Euro 2016 and this year’s World Cup. Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? last_img read more

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Men’s Basketball Continues Homestand Against Simpson

first_img ESPN3 Live Stats Story Links Buy Tickets Live Audio center_img Drake Game Notes DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s basketball team is set to square off against the Simpson Storm at home on Sunday, Nov. 17. Tip-off is scheduled for 3 p.m., following a big win at home earlier in the week.The game will be broadcast live on ESPN3 and the radio via ESPN Des Moines 1350-AM.The Bulldogs (2-1) will look to carry momentum over from their game Wednesday night against Kansas City that saw the team pull away in the second half to beat the Roos by nearly 20 points. The win came after Drake returned home from a tough loss to the Cincinnati Bearcats earlier in the week. The Bulldogs are currently undefeated at home for the season and have won six-straight home games dating back to last season.Sophomore forward Liam Robbins (Davenport, Iowa) will be looking for another big night in the Knapp Center after scoring a career-high 23 points in his start against the Roos. He also saw five blocks to tie the fourth-highest single-game block total in school history. Roman Penn (Calumet City, Ill.) also had a strong performance with nine points, eight rebounds, and eight assists. Penn has been a crucial player for the Bulldogs at the point position as the current assist leader for the season at seven assists per game to help the Bulldogs rank 22nd nationally in assists. Senior Anthony Murphy (Griffith, Ind.) will also look to remain consistent coming off six rebounds and three blocks on top of 11 points against Kansas City.The Storm currently sits at 2-1 for the season after a high scoring 106-102 loss in their home opener against Bethany Lutheran on Nov. 8, followed by a 122-point night in a win over Faith Baptist Bible. The Storm also plays Saturday night before traveling to Des Moines.Following the matchup Sunday, the Bulldogs remain at home for a Nov. 21 game against Lehigh, before heading out on the road to the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Fla. Nov. 25-27. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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MAN THREATENED TO PUT TRAVELLER’S CURSE ON GARDA

first_imgA DRUNK man who threatened to put a traveller’s curse on a garda has been placed under the control of the probation services.Anthony Harvey, who is 44 and from Lough Road, Milford, appeared in court with his friend John McGinley, 54, also from Milford.The both faced charges relating to incidents a day apart on August 26 and 27 last year. Both were drunk on both dates and both used threatening and abusive behaviour.During one incident Harvey told gardai: “Are you threatening me – I’m a travelling man.”He also told Garda Declan McCann: “I’ll put a travellers’ curse on you.”Solicitor Patsy Gallagher assured Judge Paul Kelly: “That (the curse) can be lifted judge.”McGinley, from Church Road, had called gardai w*****s.Mr Gallagher said the men were battling alcohol problems.McGinley was fined €100.Harvey was given a 6 month probation supervision bond in the sum of €200. He was also fined 150 euro.MAN THREATENED TO PUT TRAVELLER’S CURSE ON GARDA was last modified: July 14th, 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:donegalGardagypsy curselast_img read more

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