Ashwin sends Sri Lanka to new low

first_imgVISAKHAPATNAM, India (AP):Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin recorded the best bowling figures by an Indian in Twenty20 Internationals to help his side beat Sri Lanka by nine wickets yesterday and clinch the series 2-1.Ashwin ripped through the top order with 4-8, improving on his own best of 4-11 against Australia at the World Twenty20 two years ago as Sri Lanka were bowled out in only 18 overs for 82, their lowest T20 total.In reply, India reached 84-1 in only 13.5, overs with opener Shikhar Dhawan top-scoring in the third and final match with an unbeaten 46.Ashwin drew first blood with his third delivery as a vicious spinner beat left-handed opener Niroshan Dickwella (1) for Mahendra Singh Dhoni to complete an easy stumping. The spin bowler then trapped Tillakaratne Dilshan leg-before wicket off the last ball of the over to trigger a collapse.Captain Dinesh Chandimal (8) fell to the first delivery of Ashwin’s second over, caught on the off side while trying to clear the infield. Debutant Asela Gunaratne (4) was his fourth victim, caught at leg slip by Suresh Raina as Ashwin finished his three-over spell at 4-5 and the score at 20-4.”I want to keep the batsmen guessing and (getting) wickets makes me a different bowler,” Ashwin said. “I’ve the courage to go for runs. That’s why I’ve the courage to flight the ball.”last_img read more

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Police ranks can moonlight – Ramnarine

first_imgActing Police Commissioner David RamnarineDead: Dillon LintonRegent Street crash…permission must be grantedActing Police Commissioner David Ramnarine has noted that Police ranks are not prevented from working outside the Guyana Police Force while off-duty, but stressed that permission must be sought before doing so.The comments came in light of the horrific accident at Regent Street involving a minibus driven by an off-duty Policeman.The acting Commissioner opined that such second jobs must be lawful.“For a Policeman to engage in lawful activities with a view to earn other than that salary which he is receiving officially, he’s got to have permission from the Commissioner of Police and prior to that permission, there is a process by which he has to engage,” Ramnarine expressed.The acting Police Chief added that the Force can refuse such requests.“Because of the nature of law enforcement… we have never given wholesale permission for members of the Force to be engaged in other activities other than law enforcement, it has to be dealt with on a case-by-case basis,” he observed.He further explained that a Policeman was on duty 24 hours a day and pointed out officers engaging in secondary employment could result in a conflict of interest.“We don’t want to deny any member of the Force who wants to [supplement] his salary by legitimate means, but where minibus driving is concerned, we have had ugly instances of Policemen breaching the rules of the road and people are complaining,” he noted.The acting Police Commissioner explained that the Force has been increasing the number of minibuses in its complement. In this regard, he pointed out that ranks would need a regular minibus licence before operating such vehicles, which predicated the increase of Police Officers driving the buses during their off-duty periods.Policeman Timothy Horatio, 26, was recently remanded to prison on a causing death by dangerous driving charge. It is alleged that on August 27, at Regent Street, Horatio drove minibus BTT 7994 in a dangerous manner, thereby causing the death of 21-year-old Campbellville resident Dillon Linton.Reports are that Horatio was allegedly “drag racing” with the ill-fated minibus and was attempting to overtake another minibus when he collided with a motorcycle, causing his vehicle to topple several times before it crashed into a utility pole. (Shemuel Fanfair)last_img read more

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Adult Literacy Graduates Urged to Seek Higher Education

first_imgMrs. FarhatBy Edwin M. Fayia IIIPastor Rose Farhat, the director of women’s empowerment of the United Methodist Church (UMC), has urged adult literacy learners in Alfalit Liberia’s education program not to end their education but pursue higher learning.Mrs. Farhat gave the admonition recently in her keynote address at the graduation ceremony of the Alfalit Liberia program on Old Road in Sinkor, near Monrovia. She said the graduates’ decision to acquire education was the best they have made so far in their lives.Mrs. Farhat described women as child bearers, caregivers and nurturers as they handle the social and domestic affairs of the home. She reminded them that no matter what people may say, they should not give up but must continue to pursue higher education in the Alfalit program. She also informed the graduates that there are great advantages in the world if they continue to seek higher education.Mrs. Farhat assured the students that adult literacy education will bring about economic development and social change in the lives of each of them.If young women and men are educated, they will be in the position to make informed decisions, especially during the election period. She told the graduates and incoming adult students that those that endure to the end will earn great rewards such as achieving a sense of independence in their lives.Alfalit Liberia graduates in Monrovia“Keep coming to your classes amid social barriers and discouragement. At the end, you will get rewards for your hard work, commitment and dedication,” Mrs. Farhat added. She said one important component of adult literacy is about teachers who must exhibit good moral standards, patience and tolerance. She admonished the teachers to love, cherish and nurture their students if they are to achieve the kind of results the partners are expecting.Alfalit executive director Reverend Emmanuel J. Giddings announced that those who completed the six cycles would be supported to pursue higher education. Such support, Rev. Giddings said, would be initiated through the Liberia Ghana Missions that has assisted more than 6000 Liberians. He disclosed plans to include Mathematics, Geography, Civics and History in the curriculum.Rev. Giddings thanked the teachers and area coordinators for keeping the light of the adult literacy program alive in Liberia. During the ceremony, several adult literacy students testified that the program has tremendously transformed their lives.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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Children, butterflies bond at museum

first_imgDespite a rousing countdown, many of the butterflies refused to take flight when their cages and boxes were opened. One stayed put on 9-year-old Atalia Cohen’s hand. Visitors had been counseled not to try lift the butterflies by their wings, but Cohen is an experienced handler. The Sherman Oaks resident found 15 caterpillars last year and raised them to maturity herself. “She loves bugs,” said her mother, Sholeh Cohen. “We drove all the way in to see them.” Holding the butterflies was an experience in itself for some. “It feels like tiny little dots in a way,” said Christina Quezada, 10, of Tujunga. “They’re kind of sticky.” patricia.ho@sgvn.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4586160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! • Photo Gallery: Earth Day Butterflies PASADENA – California’s painted lady butterfly population rose a little Saturday as area children and Kidspace Museum released about 200 of the colorful creatures in an event marking Earth Day and the changing season. About 100 of the native insects released were hand-reared – the museum had a caterpillar adoption program that gave children kits containing a caterpillar, food and an information booklet, said Susan Cardosi, store and merchandise programs manager. “Our goal is to have kids learn about the living world around them,” Cardosi said. last_img read more

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Metrolink fares may increase 10%

first_img“It’ll be more money, but that’s the only effect it will have on me,” said Danam with a shrug. The proposed fare increases are part of a restructuring plan approved in 2004 to help make fares more equitable, said Metrolink spokeswoman Denise Tyrrell. Under the previous zone plan, passengers from areas such as Anaheim paid more for tickets to Union Station although they traveled a shorter distance than those traveling from the Antelope Valley, which is nearly 50 miles farther. To get to school at College of the Canyons, Elias Tapia, 22, finds rides with friends from his home in Burbank to save money. Sometimes he rides the train, but he said today’s fares are already out of his price range. “It’s disappointing,” Tapia said about the proposal. “It makes me mad.” About 42,222 people ride Metrolink trains each day. When gas prices soared last spring, the number of commuters hopping aboard Metrolink trains increased, but then dropped back to normal when prices at the pump fell. With an operating budget of $134.8 million, Metrolink receives about 44 percent of its money through fares and 10 percent from other sources, such as dispatching trains. The remainder – about $62 million – is subsidized through transportation taxes from the five counties the trains run through: Ventura, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside and Los Angeles. Notices left on passengers’ seats April 3 and on Metrolink’s Web site alerted them about plans to raise fares. Tyrrell said the agency did not hold a public hearing for the proposed increases because of low turnout at previous events. However residents can still speak out about the plan during the public comment portion of Friday’s board meeting at Metrolink’s main downtown office, Tyrrell said. About 50 passengers have sent e-mails to the agency opposing the fare hikes, with some saying they’re already feeling the burden of rising gas prices to drive to the train station. A few others said they might not be able to afford to ride the Metrolink if prices increase. One person in an e-mail supported the increases. To get to his Bell Gardens home from plumbing jobs in the San Fernando Valley, Erik Omar Estrada, 28, takes the Metrolink train to Union Station and then rides two subways, which may also have fare increases this summer. Estrada said that from gasoline to public transportation, rates are going up everywhere except in his paycheck. “I seem to make less and less money as I pay more and more for transportation,” Estrada said. sue.doyle@dailynews.com (818)713-3746 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Metrolink fares could jump 10 percent – and 30 percent for long-distance passengers – over the next three years under a plan that charges passengers by the miles they travel. The Metrolink board is scheduled Friday to vote on the phased-in increases, designed to help cover rising gas and operating costs. The first increase would raise all fares at least 3.5 percent and some up to 10 percent and could take effect July 1, with similar hikes in 2008 and 2009, based on the distance traveled rather than by zone. “Cost increases are never a happy moment,” said David Solow, Metrolink’s CEO. “Metrolink has experienced increased prices in fuel, insurance, security, technology and personnel. This represents virtually every area of our business that makes it possible for us to provide safe, comfortable and convenient service to our passengers.” Areli Sotelo, 37, rides Metrolink a couple of days a week between her home in Lancaster and her housekeeping job in Sylmar. She bit her lip at the news of possible fare increases. “That means I have to pay more to go to work,” Sotelo said. “It will take my money away.” The proposal would raise the price of a monthly pass between Lancaster and Union Station – a 72-mile one-way trip – from $282.25 to $298, beginning in July. The 65-mile trip between Palmdale and Los Angeles would jump from from $277.75 to $291 a month. Lancaster resident Erik Danam says that even if the train trip costs more, it’s still better than traveling on the region’s congested freeways to his community college job in the San Fernando Valley. last_img read more

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Yanga plot to trample Gor Mahia on home turf

first_img0Shares0000Yanga players training at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on July 17, 2018 before their game against Gor Mahia. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 17- Tanzanian giants Young Africans (Yanga) have vowed to leave Nairobi with maximum points when they take on record Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia in a CAF Confederation Cup Group D clash at the Kasarani Stadium on Wednesday evening.The Tanzanians sit bottom of the group with a single point gained from their 0-0 draw with Rayon Sports at home while Gor are a point above them at second from back to back draws against Rayon and leaders USM Alger. “We know that this match is very important to us because if we have to progress we need to win. We have prepared very well for this game and we will ensure that we leave Kenya with three points,” skipper Juma Abdul said ahead of the fixture.The last time these two sides met was in 2015 during the CECAFA Kagame Cup in Dar es Salaam with Gor Mahia ending up 2-1 winners. But since then, things have changed, including personnel on both sides.Juma is the only surviving member from that squad with the other, Kevin Yondani failing to travel alongside Hassan Kessy due to a contractual stand off with the club’s management.Assistant coach Juma Mensah meanwhile expects a tough duel from the home side but remains confident that his charges have prepared better for the game and will be in a good frame to vie for maximum points.Yanga assistant coach Juma Mensah addresses the press during their pre-match briefing at the Moi Sports Centre Kasarani on July 17, 2018 before their game against Gor Mahia. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaThe match will be make or break for Yanga as a loss would dampen their hopes of making it into the knockout phases.“Coming into this game, we know that every team has a chance to qualify and it is a very important match. We know we are coming up against a good side which is also looking to qualify but looking at the way we have prepared, we are ready to face the resistance and have a positive result to help us qualify for next stage,” the tactician said.He added; “We watched Gor Mahia during the SportPesa Super Cup and we also watched them at the Kagame Cup. They are a very good team and we know their strengths and weaknesses. We will be ready to face them.”Yanga passed on the opportunity of playing at the Kagame Cup and have had a three-week rest period which sees them approach the much fresher compared to Gor who have played six matches within the last two weeks.Nonetheless, Mensah does not believe that will place them at an advantageous position, especially noting K’Ogalo are playing at home.Young Africans (Yanga) players line up before their SportPesa Super Cup match against Kakamega Homeboyz at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru on June 3, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMeanwhile, the team says they will not be deterred despite a few off-pitch matters affecting them including two key players, Kevin Yondani and Hassan Kessy failing to travel for the duel due to a contractual stand of with the management.The team has also not had the best of results on the pitch, but they say they are ready for a turn around.“We came off a period whereby we had very good results over a period of four years. But it is normal all over the world. There are times you are up and others you are down. You can’t be up all the time. But we know that we can turn things around with a good result against Gor Mahia,” skipper Abdul noted.0Shares0000(Visited 5 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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BUSINESS: LET THE TAX CLINIC HELP FILE YOUR RETURNS AS DEADLINE LOOMS

first_imgBUSINESS: The October Tax deadline is looming and it’s important you have all your finances in order to avoid facing penalties.The deadline for filing your tax returns and paying your bill is fast approaching. However, the experts at the highly reputable Tax Clinic in Letterkenny – will do all the work for you.Mabel McHugh busy at work in The Tax Clinic.Hundreds of thousands of Irish people have their calculators at the ready as the clocks tick on towards an important date.The upcoming pay-and-file deadline marks the date by which taxpayers must file their return for 2014.The self-assessment system of taxation applies not just to the self-employed, but to anyone with income from sources that are not chargeable under pay as you earn (PAYE). So those with rental income, farming income, foreign incomes must also get their financial house in order in the coming weeks.Pay and File:Under the ‘pay and file’ system, October 31st, 2015 is the date by which you must payAny balance of income tax owing for 2014Preliminary tax for the tax year 2015It is also the date by which you must file your tax return for 2014.If you are on the Revenue’s records as self-employed, you should receive a pay and file slip from the tax office to enable you to pay the tax by the due date. If you do not receive a slip, you should request one because under self-assessment the obligation is on you, not Revenue, to ensure your return is filed, and your tax is paid on time.Not just for the Self-Employed:Traditionally, filing a tax return is seen as something that the self-employed do at this time of year. However, even if you are an employee, you could still need to file a return.Failing to do so could result in penalties, so make sure you find out in plenty of time if you have a requirement to make a return. Surcharge for Late Returns:You must return the completed 2014 Tax Return on or before 31 October 2015 to avoid a surcharge. If your Return is late the surcharge, which is added on to your tax due, is:5% of the tax due where the Return is submitted after 31 October 2015 and on or before 31 December 2015.10% of the tax due, where the Return is submitted after 31 December 2015.Audit/Penalties:Self – Assessment Returns are subject to Audit by Revenue, Tax law provides that Revenue may make any inquiries or take such actions as are considered necessary to verify the accuracy of a Return.We at THE TAX CLINIC are experienced in dealing with all forms of Revenue Intervention and the completion and filing of Tax Returns.To find out more log onto www.thetaxclinic.ie or call into either the High Road Letterkenny or Main Street Killybegs.Letterkenny: 074 91 60550Killybegs: 074 97 32055BUSINESS: LET THE TAX CLINIC HELP FILE YOUR RETURNS AS DEADLINE LOOMS was last modified: September 30th, 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:Businesshome-page featuresnewslast_img read more

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‘THE BATTLE OF THE HILLS’ OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED FOR SOCCER STAR MCHUGH

first_imgYesterday we revealed how All-Ireland champions Donegal face their stiffest challenge yet on Friday-week, November 23rd – when the Sam Maguire winners cross the sporting codes for a game with a difference!“The Battle of the Hills” sees the Donegal squad take on a Finn Harps select in what is sure to be a game of two halves – with one half seeing the teams play soccer and the other seeing them play Gaelic football. Proceeds from the game will be divided between the Donegal Senior Team Training Fund and the Kevin McHugh Testimonial Year.Keeping law and order on the game will be two well-known local referees, soccer official Stephen Toner and GAA referee Kieran McShea.The game is part of the testimonial year of Finn Harps captain Kevin McHugh. The Killea man has scored a total of 161 goals in all competitions for Finn Harps in 334 appearances. He has scored 142 League goals and is second only to the great Brendan Bradley (241) when it comes to finding the net for Harps.In total, McHugh has scored 155 League goals in total – including 13 during his spell at Derry City – putting him in ninth position in the all-time League of Ireland list and is just seven goals away from a place in the top five. Kevin is delighted that Jim McGuinness’s All-Ireland winners have agreed to the game – and is looking forward to the challenge of pitting his wits against the Donegal stars, including his colleague in the Donegal County Council, Neil Gallagher.“I suppose it’s not a bad time to be playing in my first Gaelic football match – against the All-Ireland champions,” quipped McHugh.“The Donegal boys had an unreal year. The joy they brought to the county was something else and you had to admire the level of preparation and professionalism they had.“I’m delighted that the boys from the Donegal team have got in behind this occasion. It should be a great night and it’ll be a bit of craic for sure. Hopefully a big crowd will turn out because it’s a novel event.“I’m very grateful to Finn Harps FC for granting me a testimonial this year. I have spent my most enjoyable years in football at Harps and had some absolutely wonderful nights playing with the club.“I’ve played with some fantastic players too over the years. The club have been very generous in giving me a testimonial.” Donegal captain Michael Murphy will, for one half only, try his hand with the ball at his feet rather than in his hands – and the All-Star full-forward is looking forward to the occasion.“People like to see things like this, out of the norm events that can really take off. With us Gaelic footballers trying to play soccer and the soccer players trying to play Gaelic football, it’ll be quite the novelty,” Murphy said.Murphy has recognised McHugh’s contribution to sport in Donegal since making his debut for Harps in 1998.The Donegal skipper said: “It’s a fantastic occasion for Kevin. “I got to know him during the summer and met him on a couple of golf courses here and there.“Kevin has been a fantastic servant to Finn Harps down the years and a fantastic servant to soccer in Donegal, too. Whenever you’ve heard about Finn Harps over the last ten years and more, Kevin McHugh’s is always the name you associate with them. You just can’t underestimate what Kevin has been achieving and his record as a goalscorer is phenomenal.“He’s a fantastic sportsman and it’s fitting that we as All-Ireland champions can help him out in his testimonial year.”And Murphy believes that some of his team-mates could surprise the Harps men on the night: “Eamon McGee has been quite prolific with Gweedore Celtic there and big Neil Gallagher has quite a record with Kilmacrennan Celtic too!”Donegal goalkeepers Paul Durcan and Michael Boyle both spent some time on the books at Finn Park, while forward Patrick McBrearty and defender Frank McGlynn have turned out for Harps underage teams in the past.A limited edition souvenir Testimonial Programme has also been produced to mark the occasion. The 32 Page programme will be on sale at the game, priced at only €3 and is packed with content, including an exclusive in-depth interview with Kevin McHugh, contributions from former managers and team-mates and loads of images from Kevin’s Harps career.Tickets for the game go on sale this Friday, November 16th: Adult terrace tickets – €10; Children’s terrace tickets – €5. A list of outlets and ticketing arrangements will be confirmed later in the week, while the squad lists will also be finalised in the coming days.Please see www.finnharps.com for further details‘THE BATTLE OF THE HILLS’ OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED FOR SOCCER STAR MCHUGH was last modified: November 14th, 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:Donegal GAA teamFinn ParkJim McGuinnessKevin McHughTESTIMONIALlast_img read more

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Drunk driver was four times over limit when he ploughed into youth worker Orla

first_imgA man whose car veered onto the wrong side of a road killing himself and the driver of an oncoming car was four and a half times over the drink-driving limit.Kevin McClintock was killed instantly when his Honda Accord car smash head-on into youth worker Orla O’Reilly’s Skoda Octavia car in Co Donegal on Friday, 13th November, 2015. Father-of-three Kevin was due to become a father again while Ms O’Reilly was due to be married just a few months later.The double inquest into the horrific road crash on the notorious accident blackspot on the N13 at Killyverry, Newtowncunningham was held at Donegal Coroner’s Court in Letterkenny today.The court was told that Mr McClintock, 32, and another man John McBride had been in Letterkenny and had been returning to their homes in Derry.Ms O’Reilly, 34, a youth worker with the Donegal Youth Services, was traveling to Letterkenny for meetings on the day.Garda evidence revealed how the black Honda Accord car veered onto the wrong side of the road and impacted directly with the Skoda car.So severe was the impact that the Honda car split in two with the back half of the car being found 60 metres down the road.The Skoda, which suffered catastrophic damage, came to an immediate stop at the side of the road.Both Mr McClintock, from Derry and Ms O’Reilly, from Carnamoyle, Muff, died at the scene while Mr McBride was rushed to hospital.Witness Adrian McLaughlin, who was returning from leaving a relative to Belfast Airport, told how he suddenly saw a black car coming around a corner at him sideways.He pulled into the side of the road but the car then collided head-on with another black car which had been traveling behind him.Garda Damien Mulkearns, a Public Service Vehicle Inspector, said both cars had been in good serviceable pre-accident condition.However, he said that neither Mr McClintock or Mr McBride were wearing seatbelts but that Ms O’Reilly was.Garda Gerard McCauley, Garda Forensic Collision Operator, told the inquest how the day was wet but that the surface of the road, which was governed by a 100kph speed limit, was good.He said the Honda Accord rounded an easy bend but that the car lost control and veered into the wrong lane before hitting the Skoda Octavia being driven by Ms O’Reilly.Garda McCauley said he could not determine the exact speed of the Honda car as there had been scuff marks but no skid marks but said it was certainly traveling in excess of 100kph.He added that the damage to both cars was the worst he had seen in his career.“It was catastrophic,” he said.The family of Mr McClintock asked questions and said there was no proof that it was Kevin who was driving the car.Coroner Dr Denis McCauley said the inquest was not an exercise to apportion blame and said the McClintock gave had a right to get various depositions in the case.Pathologist Dr Gerry O’Dowd said both deceased had suffered multiple injuries and the cause of death as due to multiple injuries.He said that Mr McClintock’s blood/alcohol reading was 229 milligrams.Coroner McCauley explained the drink driving limit was 50 milligrams of alcohol to blood which meant that Mr McClintock was almost four and half times over the drink-driving limit.In the case of Mr McClintock, the jury returned a finding or death due to multiple injuries.In the case of Ms O’Reilly, the jury returned a finding or death due to multiple injuries and returned a finding of misadventure.Coroner Dr McCauley sympathised with the families of both the deceased persons.Drunk driver was four times over limit when he ploughed into youth worker Orla was last modified: October 26th, 2017 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:crashDerrydonegaldrunkinquestKevin McClintockkilledOrla Reillylast_img read more

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Get the new Finn Harps app on your smartphone!

first_imgFinn Harps have launched  a new app for smartphones – and it’s free to access for supporters.It will keep you up-to-date with news, events, schedules and more.To get the full features of this App you need to download Team App onto your smartphone (www.teamapp.com/app). Launch Team App, then:1. Sign-up to Team App. You’ll be sent an email to confirm your registration.2. Log in and search for Finn Harps F.C. to become a member.Get the new Finn Harps app on your smartphone! was last modified: January 8th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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)last_img read more

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