Promising English cricketer Hobden dies at 22

first_imgLONDON (AP): Matthew Hobden, an English cricketer regarded as one of the most talented up-and-coming players in the country, has died. He was 22. The England and Wales Cricket Board announced Hobden’s death yesterday. It didn’t give a cause of death. Hobden was a seam bowler who had been selected for the Potential England Performance program for each of the last two years. He played county cricket for Sussex. “As a player, I remember the first time I saw him just thinking, ‘Wow,'” said Kevin Shine, the ECB’s lead fast bowling coach. “He was the strongest, most powerful cricketer I’ve ever seen on that program — up there with elite athletes from different sports. His potential was huge, he was improving rapidly and I’m certain that he would have played for England.” England players wore black armbands in Hobden’s memory on the second day of the second test against South Africa in Cape Town on Sunday. Hobden made his first-class debut in 2014 and represented Sussex in all formats of the game. “Matthew was an exciting young cricketer with a big future ahead of him in the game,” Sussex said in a statement.last_img read more

RESH Trains 50 Volunteers in Psychosocial Counseling

first_imgA Liberian organization identified as Renewed Energy Serving Humanity (RESH), aims to provide psychosocial support to victims of natural disasters and traumatic events like the Ebola epidemic.Ernest Garnark Smith, Jr., executive director of RESH disclosed that the psychosocial aspect of the war against the deadly Ebola virus was either non-existent or neglected with no attention from the stakeholders.He said RESH intends to provide quality counseling for patients and clinical staff combating the horrific impacts of the Ebola epidemic. The organization is training volunteers to carry out its mission under the theme “Empowering to Serve.”  It recently held a three-day workshop for 50 volunteers at the Amos Taybior Institute in Paynesville. The volunteers are mainly from the Bassa Town Community.The volunteers are being trained in counseling Ebola survivors, relatives, community members and clinical staff. Subjects covered during the workshop included Community Sensitization and Significance in Psychosocial Supports, Trauma Counseling, Grief Counseling and Introduction to Temperament Analysis: An Effective Tool in the Health Profession.The executive director, speaking at the conclusion of the workshop, urged the volunteers to use their newly acquired skills to give back to humanity by way of counseling Ebola survivors and victims in the Bassa Town community. He charged that they would be on the wrong side of history if they did nothing to help after acquiring the counseling skills.He assured the workshop participants that refresher training will be provided by both RESH and its partners in order to keep volunteers abreast of the tasks ahead.Mr. Smith appealed to other humanitarian organizations and UN agencies operating in the country to provide support to his entity to ensure that its work is expanded throughout the country.RESH’s Coordinator, who is himself a psychosocial counselor, social worker and freelance psychosocial author and poet, facilitated the workshop. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Specialty Hospital Project still shelved

first_imgGovt yet to hold talks with India The Specialty Hospital Project continues to be placed on hold as the Guyana Government is yet to make contact with its Indian counterparts for clarification on the way forward.An artiste impression of The Specialty HospitalIn June, Minister of State Joseph Harmon disclosed that the Government of India, funding the Project via an US$18 million Line of Credit, had indicated that it was ceasing worldwide business with India-based Fedders Lloyd Corporation Limited, after the company was blacklisted by the World Bank until 2020 over fraud and corruption practices.The donor country had also expressed preference for a fresh tendering process to be conducted to select a new Indian-base contractor to execute the project.However, at the time, the A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government said that it wanted to make certain enquiries of the Indian Government before a definitive course of action is adopted on the Specialty Hospital Project.This task was given to the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Finance, and Public Health. However, a government source told Guyana Times that the project has been “shelved” as no contact has been made with the Indian Government. The source said that Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge was supposed to take the lead since making contact with a….country falls under his purview.Meanwhile, in a previous interview with this newspaper Public Health Minister Dr George Norton had explained that the impending discussions with the Indian Government will determine whether Guyana will go ahead with the project using a new contractor or have it scrapped entirely, given all the trouble the project has faced.“There is a chance it might come off the table because that Hospital Project is not doing well with how it started and what’s supposed to be… The next step will now be for us to have direct contact with the Indian Government and decide whether it will continue with the loan or not,” Dr Norton had stated.Last November, the coalition Government came under fire following the announcement that it signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Fedders Lloyd to complete the controversial project that was left on hold after the Donald Ramotar Administration sacked and sued the first contractor, Surendra Engineering Inc, for failing to honour its obligations.Guyana is yet to recover close to $1 billion from that company.The APNU/AFC had justified the handpicking of Fedders Lloyd to complete the project, saying that the company was one of the original bidders in the 2012 tendering process.It noted too that after examining the merits of the proposal and in the interest of time, it began searching for a willing partner to complete the Specialty Hospital using the remaining US$14 million. Hence, it approached Fedders Lloyd without any tendering process and the company accepted to construct and fully equip what is expected to be a state-of-the-art medical facility.However, this caused much uproar and controversy after it was revealed that the Indian company was never the second best bidder in the tendering process back in 2012, as claimed by the coalition Government.In fact, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic Opposition had stated that the company was disqualified because of certain inconsistencies in its submission to the local tender board; a report which government contended was a lie.But while in opposition, the APNU/AFC had strongly opposed the US$18 million Specialty Hospital Project and upon its assumption to office last year, decided to scrap the project.It said that the remaining $13.8 million would be better served if it is used to improve the country’s primary healthcare service by upgrading three hospitals across the country.However, the Indian Government had indicated that Guyana should go ahead with the Specialty Hospital and it will provide a separate loan for the primary healthcare project. This second loan is expected to be made available to the Guyana Government.The three hospitals considered for upgrade under the primary healthcare service are the Bartica Hospital, the West Demerara Regional Hospital and the Suddie Public Hospital.last_img read more

Around Whittier

first_imgPICO RIVERA – Two people suffered minor injuries Friday when a vehicle overturned in Pico Rivera, authorities said. Paramedics were sent to the 5200 block of South Paramount Boulevard at 10:26 a.m., said county fire Inspector Ron Haralson. The circumstances of the accident were under investigation. The patients were transported to a hospital for examination. Narrows advocate group to meet SOUTH EL MONTE – Friends of the Whittier Narrows Natural Area will meet at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Whittier Narrows Nature Center, 1000 Durfee Ave. They will be discussing issues surrounding the proposed construction of the “River Discovery Area” and how that project will impact the community. For more information, call (626) 286-3850. Santa Fe High named AVID site WHITTIER – Santa Fe High School in the Whittier Union High School District has been named National Demonstration Site by the Advanced Via Individual Determination Center in San Diego. AVID is a program that helps students with college aspirations, especially minority and economically disadvantaged students. Santa Fe High was one of 59 schools statewide to be named National Demonstration sites. Senior center offers massages WHITTIER – The Whittier Senior Center, 13225 Walnut St., will offer free massages to seniors from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Those interested should call the senior center to sign up. For more information, or to sign up, call (562)464-3370. Free blood glucose test to be offered WHITTIER – The Los Nietos Community and Senior Center, 11640 E. Slauson Ave., will offer a free blood glucose check from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday. For auxiliary aids or services, call (323) 881-6213. For more information, call (562) 699-9898. Applications open for scholarship SANTA FE SPRINGS – The deadline to turn in applications for the annual $20,000 Destiny Scholarship and the Powell Grant is 4:30 p.m. March 30. Applications should be submitted at the Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce, 12016 Telegraph Road, Suite 100. Applications are available at numerous locations around the city, including the Chamber of Commerce. Destiny Scholarship applicants must be high school seniors. They must have resided in city for two or more years. And they must have a 3.0 grade-point average or higher. Powell Grant applicants must be either currently enrolled in college, an art academy or a trade school, or must be a graduating high school senior. Applicants for this grant must have a minimum 2.0 grade-point average. For more information, call (562) 944-1616. Rio Hondo gallery showing artist WHITTIER – Rio Hondo College Art Gallery, 3600 Workman Mill Road, is exhibiting the work of Los Angeles artist Tony de los Reyes now through April 11. De los Reyes is the college’s first visual arts department’s artist-in-residence. For more information, call (562) 692-0921. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! group to meet SOUTH EL MONTE – Friends of the Whittier Narrows Natural Area will meet at 9 a.m. Sunday at the Whittier Narrows Nature Center, 1000 Durfee Ave. They will be discussing issues surrounding the proposed construction of the “River Discovery Area” and how that project will impact the community. For more information, call (626) 286-3850. Santa Fe High named AVID site WHITTIER – Santa Fe High School in the Whittier Union High School District has been named National Demonstration Site by the Advanced Via Individual Determination Center in San Diego. AVID is a program that helps students with college aspirations, especially minority and economically disadvantaged students. Santa Fe High was one of 59 schools statewide to be named National Demonstration sites. Senior center offers massages WHITTIER – The Whittier Senior Center, 13225 Walnut St., will offer free massages to seniors from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. Those interested should call the senior center to sign up. For more information, or to sign up, call (562)464-3370. Free blood glucose test to be offered WHITTIER – The Los Nietos Community and Senior Center, 11640 E. Slauson Ave., will offer a free blood glucose check from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday. For auxiliary aids or services, call (323) 881-6213. For more information, call (562) 699-9898. Applications open for scholarship SANTA FE SPRINGS – The deadline to turn in applications for the annual $20,000 Destiny Scholarship and the Powell Grant is 4:30 p.m. March 30. Applications should be submitted at the Santa Fe Springs Chamber of Commerce, 12016 Telegraph Road, Suite 100. Applications are available at numerous locations around the city, including the Chamber of Commerce. Destiny Scholarship applicants must be high school seniors. They must have resided in city for two or more years. And they must have a 3.0 grade-point average or higher. Powell Grant applicants must be either currently enrolled in college, an art academy or a trade school, or must be a graduating high school senior. Applicants for this grant must have a minimum 2.0 grade-point average. For more information, call (562) 944-1616. Rio Hondo gallery showing artist WHITTIER – Rio Hondo College Art Gallery, 3600 Workman Mill Road, is exhibiting the work of Los Angeles artist Tony de los Reyes now through April 11. De los Reyes is the college’s first visual arts department’s artist-in-residence. For more information, call (562) 692-0921. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!,PICO RIVERA – Two people suffered minor injuries Friday when a vehicle overturned in Pico Rivera, authorities said. Paramedics were sent to the 5200 block of South Paramount Boulevard at 10:26 a.m., said county fire Inspector Ron Haralson. The circumstances of the accident were under investigation. The patients were transported to a hospital for examination. Narrows advocate last_img read more

France to transfer African football chief to The Hague

first_imgThe former government minister, who is head of the Central African Republic’s football association, was controversially elected to the executive board of the CAF general assembly in February.The ICC issued a warrant in December for Ngaissona for allegedly coordinating so-called anti-Balaka militias which emerged after civil war broke out in the Central African Republic in 2013.The anti-Balaka militias were set up to defend Christian communities from mostly Muslim rebels.The arrest of Ngaissona came just weeks after another suspected militia leader — Alfred Yekatom, known as Rambo — was arrested in the Central African Republic and transferred to The Hague.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Ngaissona has been in a jail near Paris since his arrest on December 12 © AFP/File / FADEL SENNAPARIS, France, Dec 31 – France will transfer Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona, a member of Africa’s top footballing body, to the International Criminal Court in The Hague where he faces war crimes charges, a court ruled Monday.Ngaissona, who is from the Central African Republic and sits on the board of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), has been in a jail near Paris since his arrest on December 12.last_img read more

Besieged Bale scores as Real Madrid beat Arsenal

first_img0Shares0000Gareth Bale came off the bench to score against Arsenal in the International Champions CupWASHINGTON, United States, Jul 24 – Gareth Bale shrugged off uncertainty over his Real Madrid future Tuesday, his second-half goal helping the La Liga giants rally for a friendly win over Arsenal.Madrid clawed back from two goals down to finish full time at 2-2, and prevailed 3-2 in the penalty shootout dictated by the International Champions Cup exhibition tournament format. Welsh star Bale didn’t play in Madrid’s 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich in Houston on Saturday, manager Zinadine Zidane saying Monday he declined to dress for the match as the club pursued options for off-loading him.Zidane said at the weekend he thought it would be “best for everyone” if Bale’s departure could be arranged quickly — comments Bale’s agent branded “disrespectful” of a player who helped the side to a Spanish league title and four Champions Leagues since arriving from Tottenham six years ago.Zidane insisted Monday he meant no disrespect, and Bale duly came in at halftime on Tuesday and made a statement.“He had a good game and I’m happy for him,” Zidane said. “I do not know what’s going to happen, for now he’s with us. It did not change anything.”First-half goals from Alexandre Lacazette — who converted a penalty in the 10th minute — and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had put Arsenal up 2-0 at the break — by which time both teams were reduced to 10 men.Bale pulled one back in the 56th minute, latching onto a loose ball and slotting it home.Marco Asensio drilled the equalizer three minutes later, blasting a low Marcelo cross past Emiliano Martinez.Minutes later Asensio was on the ground, apparently injured with little contact to be stretchered off.Bale continued to offer reminders of his worth — clearing a goal-bound Aubameyang drive off the line following a goalmouth scramble, and missing just wide with a curling effort off his left foot 10 minutes from time.Eddie Nketiah, who scored three goals in Arsenals two prior friendlies — a 3-0 win over Fiorentina and a 2-1 victory over Bayern Munich — missed two good chances late.Bale’s fortunes dipped in the shoot-out, when he came up first for Madrid and saw his effort saved easily before the Spanish side prevailed.– Arsenal out fast –Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Alex Lacazette were both on target for Arsenal during the International Champions Cup match in USA on July 24, 2019Arsenal had appeared on their way in the early stages at FedEx Field, home of the NFL’s Washington Redskins.Madrid’s Nacho, cautioned for a clumsy tackle on Sead Kolasinac in the first five minutes, received a second booking and was sent off for a deliberate handball in the eighth after sticking his arm out to stop a ball from Lacazette on the line.Lacazette took the ensuing penalty, his attempt hitting both posts before crossing the line to put Arsenal up 1-0 with a man advantage.Lacazette then turned provider for Aubameyang, who doubled the score in the 24th minute.But Arsenal’s comfort level dropped in the 40th, when Sokratis Papastathopoulos was sent off for a second bookable offense — a foul on Luka Modric — minutes after he’d been shown a yellow card for yanking back Toni Kroos on the counter.Arsenal had won the first three games of their North American tour, starting with a 3-0 win over Major League Soccer’s Colorado Rapids and now head back across the Atlantic.Real Madrid take on Atletico Madrid on Friday at Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, home of the NFL’s New York Giants and New York Jets.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Prep Football Coverage

first_imgYour one-stop shop for high school pigskin action! UPDATE: Birmingham 20-10 over Dorsey in the third quarter. Milton Knox just scored on a 48-yard run. Prep football — Extra BLOGS: More coverage at our High School Sports Spotlight blog!Follow Birmingham High on our Birmingham: A Season Under the Lights blog! Videos: Birmingham receiver De’von FlournoyIn the spotlight: Reseda’s Giovannie Dixon BEHIND THE GRIDIRON: Birmingham’s Flournoy a special playerHolbrook is Hart’s latest QB prodigyDaily News’ Top 50 Prep Football PlayersPrep football: Games to watch, week by weekPrep football: 5 burning questions 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

LADIES GAA: U-14 CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW

first_imgU14s Section A Round 2:Group 1Group 2Fanad GaelsSt EunansGlenfinTermonAodh RuadhArdaraCarndonaghMcCumhaillsN. MhuireMoville 25th JulyFanad Gaels v Aodh RuadhSt Eunans v ArdaraGlenfin v N. MhuireTermon v Moville Carndonagh FreeMcCumhaills Free1st AugustN. Mhuire v Fanad GaelsMoville v St EunansCarndonagh v GlenfinMcCumhaills v TermonAodh Ruadh FreeArdara Free8th AugustN. Mhuire v CarndonaghMoville v McCumhaillsAodh Ruadh v GlenfinArdara v TermonFanad Gaels FreeSt Eunans Free 15th AugustCarndonagh v Fanad GaelsMcCumhaills v St EunansAodh Ruadh v N. MhuireArdara v MovilleGlenfin FreeTermon Free22nd AugustFanad Gaels v GlenfinSt Eunans v TermonCarndonagh v Aodh RuadhMcCumhaills v ArdaraN. Mhuire Free Moville FreeThe top 2 teams from each group will qualify for semi final.Semi Finals: Winner of Group 1 v Runner Up of Group 2 Winner of Group 2 v Runner Up of Group 1Home Team pays ref €30 on day of match.Winning Team Phone/Text Results to Fixtures Siobhan Coyle on 0872759766Section BRound 2:Group 1Group 2St NaulsN.Conaill, GlentiesBundoranBuncranaGaoth DobhairDungloeConvoyMilfordUrrisSt. MichaelsLiffordGlenswilly25th JulySt Nauls v Gaoth DobhairN.Conaill v DungloeBundoran v UrrisBuncrana v St. MichaelsLifford v ConvoyGlenswilly v Milford1st AugustUrris v St NaulsSt. Michaels v N.ConaillLifford v Gaoth DobhairGlenswilly v DungloeConvoy v BundoranMilford v Buncrana8th AugustSt Nauls v LiffordN.Conaill v GlenswillyUrris v ConvoySt. Michaels v MilfordGaoth Dobhair v BundoranDungloe v Buncrana15th AugustConvoy v St NaulsMilford v N.ConaillBundoran v LiffordBuncrana v GlenswillyGaoth Dobhair v Urris Dungloe v St. Michaels22nd AugustSt Nauls v BundoranN.Conaill v BuncranaConvoy v Gaoth DobhairMilford v DungloeLifford v UrrisGlenswilly v St. MichaelsThe top 2 teams from each group will qualify for semi final.Semi Finals: Winner of Group 1 v Runner Up of Group 2 Winner of Group 2 v Runner Up of Group 1Home Team pays ref €30 on day of match. Winning Team Phone/Text Results to Fixtures Siobhan Coyle on 0872759766Section CRound 2:Group 1Group 2Robert EmmetsRed HughsL/Kenny GaelsFour MastersCloughaneelyKilcarMuffN. ColumbaKillybegsMalin25th JulyRobert Emmets v CloughaneelyRed Hughs v KilcarL/Kenny Gaels v KillybegsFour Masters v MalinMuff Free N. Columba Free1st AugustKillybegs v Robert EmmetsMalin v Red HughsMuff v L/Kenny GaelsN. Columba v Four MastersCloughaneely FreeKilcar Free8th AugustKillybegs v MuffMalin v N. ColumbaCloughaneely v L/Kenny GaelsKilcar v Four MastersRobert Emmets FreeRed Hughs Free15th AugustMuff v Robert EmmetsN. Columba v Red HughsCloughaneely v KillybegsKilcar v MalinL/Kenny Gaels FreeFour Masters Free22nd AugustRobert Emmets v L/Kenny GaelsRed Hughs v Four MastersMuff v CloughaneelyN. Columba v KilcarKillybegs FreeMalin FreeThe top 2 teams from each group will qualify for semi final. Semi Finals: Winner of Group 1 v Runner Up of Group 2 Winner of Group 2 v Runner Up of Group 1Home Team pays ref €30 on day of match.Winning Team Phone/Text Results to Fixtures Siobhan Coyle on 0872759766LADIES GAA: U-14 CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW was last modified: July 23rd, 2013 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:LADIES GAA: U-14 CHAMPIONSHIP DRAWlast_img read more

DONEGAL IS STEEPED IN TALENT SAYS COUNTY’S FOOD AMBASSADOR

first_imgDonegal is steeped in talent in the food sector and with some of the best produce the country has to offer, it’s only a matter of time before people begin to realise it.Gary, right, preparing some food with Donegal’s Community Chef Brian McDermott at the Taste of Donegal Food Festival.That’s according to the county’s Food Ambassador Gary O’Hanlon who is head chef at Viewmount Country House in Co. Longford and winner of the ‘Best Chef’ award for Leinster in the Irish Restaurant Awards in 2013.O’Hanlon was in Donegal at the weekend for the ‘A Taste of Donegal Food Festival’ when an estimated 35,000 visitors got a brief glimpse of the ongoing development of the food-sector in the county. Over 100 exhibitors made use of the opportunity to showcase their products to the huge audience and according to the county’s Food Ambassador to have a festival of such magnitude in Donegal is an indication of the growing importance of the food sector here.“To have a festival of this magnitude in Donegal is huge, I go to them all over the country, but this is fantastic for Donegal.“In conjunction with the whole Food Coast and Food Strategy it’s giving all these producers that we keep trying to get out there into market, a big platform in their own county to see exactly how successful they can be.”Carl Diver of Irish Natural Honey is one such producer. They launched their product ‘Active Irish Honey’ at the ‘A Taste of Donegal’ food festival last weekend and with huge interest from the public he was full of praise for the County Enterprise Board and The Food Coast for the help they had received in getting off the ground.Joe Doherty of Inishowen Country Kitchen described the support from The Food Coast as core to their success.“They have worked with us and invested in us and put in support systems to help us get our product into places like Tesco”Declan McConnellogue of The Haven Smokehouse in Carrigart, another new Donegal food business described the artisan food course organised by Donegal County Enterprise Board as having been invaluable and similar sentiments were echoed time and again by food businesses exhibiting last weekend.The county’s Food Ambassador, Gary O’Hanlon, said he is delighted that there is such investment now in food in Donegal. “We are going into our second year now with the whole Food Coast and Food Strategy and Eve Anne McCarron has come on board, it is really starting to drive it.“That’s just a whole department now within the County Enterprise Board and I tip my hat to them for investing and focusing upon food sector within the county.“At this stage we are starting to see more and more products developed and to see more and more businesses now come out the other end of it.“Just look for instance at the O’Rourke brothers, Enda and Gavin, they have years of experience between the two of them and even they needed the help. Even chefs of that level and calibre still need the help and the County Enterprise Board is there, all the people are there now within the whole food strategy to drive that on.” Community Chef Brian McDermott said he felt there is something happening and changing now in the county in terms of the food industry.“There is a real unity now in Donegal, I have to pay tribute to the agencies and to the Good Food Initiative from the Enterprise Board. Everyone has got behind this now collectively, the chefs, the producers and we are showcasing now on platforms like the Taste of Donegal Food Festival.“More importantly we needed that opportunity to do that. Maybe there’s a modesty around in Donegal in general but we are coming together and starting to shout and rightly so because we have some of the best produce this country has to offer.”That assertion is one shared by Gary O’Hanlon who says the Good Food Initiative and The Food Coast will lead to fantastic food opportunities for businesses here.“Donegal is steeped in talent, we have some of the best up and coming talents, we have some of the best chefs in Ireland – if not the best chefs in Ireland, we have some of the best food in the country bar none but no one has been shouting about it enough.“All we’ve given them now with the whole food strategy is a medium for their product, and that can only be positive for the whole county,” he concluded.DONEGAL IS STEEPED IN TALENT SAYS COUNTY’S FOOD AMBASSADOR was last modified: August 29th, 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:Gary O’HanlonTaste of Donegallast_img read more