Buncrana GAA Notes: Health & Wellbeing Conference 2015.Many leading health experts nationally and locally are contributing to the first ever Donegal GAA Health & Wellbeing conference on April 15th from 7.00pm (registration from 6.00pm) in Jackson’s Hotel Ballybofey. This free event is aimed at supporting and invigorating all those GAA volunteers who are driving this important work within the Association. It should be of particular benefit to players, coaches, managers, referees and club officers across all our disciplines of Gaelic Football, Hurling, Ladies Football, Camogie, Handball and Rounders. However, the variety of practical advice and information will be of benefit to those involved with clubs in any capacity and indeed any sport who are interested in learning more about Health and Wellbeing. Anyone intending to go should contact Aine Daly, the Club Health and Wellbeing Officer. Underage NewsParish LeagueRegistrations for the Parish League are on this Tuesday 14th at 3.30pm in the Scarvey for children born in 2005, 2006 & 2007.Topaz Cash for ClubsThere’s only 3 weeks left to collect these cards and we are still a bit away from the 300 target. So please, if anyone has cards filled then give them to any manager/committee member ASAP! We could be in with a great chance to win €€€€ here….don’t worry if you haven’t got a card as they have them at the counter of your Topaz station….. As much help as possible would be appreciated!!Minor HurlersBuncrana Minor hurlers continued their unbeaten start to their league campaign when they made the short trip to O’Donnell Park to take on St Eunans. The game started brightly for the Scarvey boys and they led from the throw in but were a bit wasteful in front of goal. In fairness, the Letterkenny boys never gave up and at one stage got the score back to just 5 points between the teams. The second half saw Buncrana pull away and run out convincing winners on a scoreline of 6:13 to 1:9. Patrick Wilson and Paul Tourish will be best pleased with their performances. As some of the boys only played well in patches, a general rise in standard of play and fitness will be required by all as the season progresses into the Championship. This might seem a bit harsh when you look at the winning margin but anyone who has been involved in or watched this particular squad develop over the years will know what they are capable of. Scorers: Oisin Grant 3:0, Dylan Duffy 1:3, Sam Doherty 1:2, Ben Doherty 0:4, Daniel Deery 1:0, Tom Clare 0:2, Paul Nelson 0:1, Darren Doherty 0:1.John McFadden Cup Buncrana U14s are hosting the John Mc Fadden Cup this Saturday. This is one of the highlights of the Clubs year and is always guaranteed to bring a large crowd to the Scarvey and features some excellent games with many stars of the future giving it their all. There will be 8 teams from all over Ulster coming to compete and hoping to go home with the Cup. This is always a great occasion and well worth a trip down to the Scarvey.Training TimesFootballU18 Minor Football Tuesdays at 5.45pm U16 Boys Football Monday’s 4.15pm in the Scarvey.U14 Tuesdays 7-8.30 and Fridays 4.14-5.45 (new and old players always welcome)U12 Boys Football on Friday evening at 7.00pm in Scarvey.U10 Boys Football Friday’s from 6.30pm in ScarveyU8 Boys Football Friday’s 6.30pm in ScarveyU6 Boys & Girls Friday Evenings from 6.30pm – 7.30pm in The ScarveyU8 & U10 Girls Saturdays 10.30 – 11.30 in the ScarveyHurlingU8 & U10 Hurling on Sunday’s from 11-12 in the ScarveyU14 Hurling on Tuesday 7 – 8.30pmU16 Hurling on Wednesday from 6.30pmGirls (U12/14/16) 7-8pm on Monday in the Scarvey.Mizen to Malin FundraiserThe Club is hosting a Table Quiz in the Lake of Shadows on 30th April so please get your thinking caps on and reserve the date. More details to follow including starting time, etc, once they have been confirmed.Club MerchandiseElizabeth Anne is now taking orders on the first Tuesday of every month. Contact her on 086 0604075.Club LottoMuch thanks to Claire Doherty and her sister Roisin for volunteering at very short notice to do the Club Lotto in the pubs on Saturday night. Roisin has played Minor and Senior Ladies in the past. The numbers drawn last week were 6, 8, 27, 29. There was no winner so the Jackpot goes up to €5,200. If no winner by the end of the month we will be drawing €500 for some lucky punter!Gaatraining.com has released a new eBook on GAA training:The Three Tiers: A Fresh Approach to Physical Preparation in Gaelic GamesAs part of the promotional launch every club that downloads a copy is entered into a draw for a set of jerseys!! The eBook can be found here: www.gaatraining.com/shopThis is a fantastic new resource for GAA clubs and a first of its kind within the GAA community.Club WebsiteWant to keep right up-to-date on local Buncrana Club news? Just enter your email address into “Receive Club Notes by Email” on the club’s homepage at http://www.buncranagaa.com/ to automatically receive the Club’s Weekly Notes.You can renew your annual membership online now at the website too – and you don’t even have to be in Buncrana! Membership now open worldwide…just click on the link below to renew onlinehttp://www.buncranagaa.com/buncrana-gaa-club-membership/Check out Buncrana GAA Club Calendar on our website for period March – to April. Great sporting activities for children, boys and girls, and young adults http://www.buncranagaa.com/calender/Club Notes: Anyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Jim at [email protected] be included on the mailing list. If you have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Jim at [email protected] by 6pm on each Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/[email protected], or visit our website www.buncranagaa.comGAA NEWS: BUNCRANA U14’S SET TO HOST JOHN MCFADDEN CUP COMPETITION THIS WEEKEND was last modified: April 13th, 2015 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:buncranaGAANoticesSport
White Sox 3, Indians 1 The Indians lost for the sixth time in their last seven games following a 17-2 run. Cleveland went 7-for-56 (.125) with runners in scoring position in the final seven games five of them one-run losses. “We played so well for so long, we were bound to hit a tough stretch,” Indians pitcher C.C. Sabathia said in a somber Cleveland clubhouse. “It just happened in the last week of the season.” Orioles 6, Devil Rays 2 Bruce Chen (13-10) allowed two runs and eight hits in six innings, and backup catcher Sal Fasano homered for the second consecutive day. Twins 6, Tigers 4 Johan Santana (16-7) allowed one run and three hits in seven innings, finishing with a 2.87 ERA. Carlos Pena hit a fifth-inning homer. Athletics 8, Mariners 3 Eric Chavez hit a tiebreaking double in the eighth off George Sherrill (4-3), and Joe Kennedy (4-5) won for the first time since Aug. 27. Blue Jays 7, Royals 2 Gustavo Chacin (13-9) allowed two runs one earned and seven hits in 7 2/3 innings. He led AL rookies in wins and innings (203). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The champagne had a brief wait and a short trip after the New York Yankees clinched the AL East at Fenway Park. A day later, across the diamond, the Boston Red Sox joined their longtime rivals in the playoffs. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Schilling (8-8) held the Yankees scoreless for five innings; by that time, the Cleveland Indians had already lost 3-1 to the Chicago White Sox and assured Boston of the AL’s last playoff spot. The outfield message boards posted matching congratulations one for the Red Sox and one for the Yankees, who celebrated in Fenway Park’s visitor’s clubhouse on Saturday after clinching the AL East. The Red Sox and Yankees each finished the year 95-67, though the Fenway scoreboard listed them alphabetically, with Boston ahead of New York. But the Yankees actually took the division title because they beat the Red Sox, 10-9, in the season series. “Co-division champs. That’s what I’m calling it,” Red Sox owner John Henry said. “I can understand why there isn’t (a playoff), but frankly, I would have liked to have had one. It would have been nice to settle the division championship.” By the time this one was over, the starters were out of the game and the much-anticipated season finale had the look of a spring training game, except for the chill in the air and the anticipation of a possible playoff rematch. “There’s a chance we’ll meet again,” Yankees manager Joe Torre said. “If it does happen, it’ll be a shootout.” “Both of these teams went through a lot this year,” said Curt Schilling, who shut the Yankees down long enough for the Red Sox to win 10-1 on Sunday and grab the AL wild-card berth. “To be where we are says as much about the people as it does about the talent.” Reigning World Series MVP Manny Ramirez hit a three-run homer and also threw out Derek Jeter from the outfield to put Boston in the playoffs for a franchise-record third consecutive year.