Granger tells world’s elite of Venezuela’s growing militaristic threats

first_img…says further delays to a border resolution threaten regional peaceGuyana continues to be imperilled by the ever militaristic threats from Venezuela which has laid claim to more than two thirds of Guyana’s territories, a situation that threatens the very existence of peace in the Caribbean region once protracted.This was the clarion call of Head of State David Granger, who in his third appearance at the United Nation’s General Assembly in New York, appealed to world leaders dedicating a third of his presentation to the escalating conflict overPresident David Granger addressing the 72nd Regular Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New YorkVenezuela’s claim to the Essequibo.Addressing the more than 180 world leaders in attendance, President Granger reminded the Assembly of his warnings in September last, and reminded that Venezuela’s claim to Guyana’s territory, “has not diminished or been diverted…Guyana remains imperilled.”The Guyanese Head of State in bringing the border conflict to the world stage, acknowledged that the disturbing developments within Venezuela have attracted the world’s attention and roused the concerns of many over the privations of its people.He cautioned world leaders however, that while the Caribbean people wish for the Caribbean to be a zone of peace, “the Venezuelan claim to Guyana’s territorial integrity, however, would be a threat to that zone.”Reminding that Venezuela is more than four times the size of Guyana, with a claim of more than two-thirds of Guyana’s territory, including its maritime space, the President said “we depend on our territorial and maritime resources for development and for the release of our people from poverty.”According to Granger, “Guyana warns the world, through this Assembly, that peace will be at stake in our Region if justice does not become ascendant, not only within Venezuela, but also in respect to its border controversy with Guyana.”Four UN Secretary Generals have been apprised of Venezuela’s claims, and Granger said the choice has become one between just and peaceful settlement in accordance with international law, and a Venezuelan posture of attrition that is increasingly more blustering and militaristic.“In this matter, protraction is the enemy of resolution and the ally of sustained conflict,” he cautioned.The Guyanese Head of State did acknowledge that “fortunately, as they indicated publicly, former Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and current Secretary General António Guterres have decided that, under the 1966 Geneva Agreement, if by the end of the year 2017 significant progress has not been made toward arriving at a full agreement for the settlement of the controversy, the International Court of Justice will be the next means of peaceful settlement, unless Guyana and Venezuela jointly request otherwise.”Guyana, he said, has continued working assiduously with the Secretary General’s personal representative. “Guyana looks to the international community to ensure that Venezuela is not allowed to thwart the processes of judicial settlement which is the clear and agreed path to peace and justice.”Foreign policyThe President did use his time at the UN Dias to also give Guyana’s position on international affairs.In what can be perceived as a direct appeal to the Donald Trump Administration, the Guyanese President reiterated Guyana’s longstanding position that all embargoes against its Caribbean sister country Cuba, be lifted by the United States of America.“We demand the withdrawal of the injurious economic embargo against the Caribbean island of Cuba… The embargo frustrates that State’s right to development,” according to Granger.Speaking to another of Guyana’s long standing foreign policy positions, President Granger also reiterated the country’s demand for a two State solution to the decades’ old Israeli/Palestinian conflict.“We affirm the right of the Palestinian people to a homeland and to a dignified existence,” President Granger said as he reminded world leaders that, “striving for peace must aim at resolving long-standing inter-state conflicts and in this regard, Guyana supports the call for the reform of the Security Council to give even greater voice to developing countries.He told world leaders, striving for peace has been the principal purpose and preoccupation of this organisation throughout its existence and in fact “must be humanity’s ceaseless quest.”Acclaiming the United Nations as the paramount global instrument of peace, Head of State Granger emphasised on the world leaders present that “nothing is more important in this General Debate than that all delegates should respect the relevant theme – Focusing on people: Striving for peace and a decent life for all on a sustainable planet.”last_img read more

GECOM doubles up working hours for field staff

first_img…as sun sets on final days of H2H RegistrationGuyana Elections CommissionGECOM enumeratorsOn the heels of a decision by Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairperson, retired Justice Claudette Singh, to halt House-to-House Registration by Saturday, the Secretariat has decided to increase working hours for its staff in the fields.According to a statement from the Commission, staff will now have to work from 10:00h to 19:30h. Previously, enumerators worked varying hours based on which geographical region they were based and whether they worked on weekdays or weekends and holidays.For instance, enumerators working in Regions Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara), Four (Demerara-Mahaica), Five (Mahaica-Berbice), Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) and 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice) were scheduled to work between 15:30h and 18:30h on weekdays.Enumerators in Regions One (Barima-Waini), Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), Eight (Potaro-Siparuni) and Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) were, meanwhile, supposed to work between 09:00h and 16:00h on weekdays. Meanwhile, these workers were also scheduled to work the same hours for weekends and holidays.Over the past few weeks, GECOM undertook House-to-House Registration, which was last conducted in 2008. The exercise saw enumerators going in teams of two to three, from door to door in various communities across Guyana.The enumerators then present forms to registrants to fill up, as well as take fingerprints and pictures. The exercise is intended to produce a new National Register of Registrants (NRR) Database and Official List of Electors (OLE).This had meant that everyone, regardless of whether they were registered before or not, must register anew at their place of residence between July 20 and October of this year. However, a No-Confidence Motion was passed against the Government since December 21 of last year, necessitating elections in three months.ProblemsIn addition, the requirement for proof of residency had produced alarm for overseas-based Guyanese, to the point where a court case was filed earlier this year by an overseas-based Guyanese against House-to-House Registration, on the basis that it would disenfranchise her. That case was later withdrawn out of the belief that GECOM would adhere to the recent Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) rulings which reiterated the need for elections in three months.It is because of this that attorney and advocate Christopher Ram brought a case against GECOM. Ram sought an order compelling the Commission to stop their House-to-House exercise. Previously, the court had denied Ram’s application for an interim conservatory order to block GECOM from continuing its House-to-House exercise that began on July 20.Subsequently, GECOM Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield, through Trinidadian lawyer Stanley Marcus, had sought the Chief Justice’s recusal, on the grounds of a statement she caused her office to send out which they contended was biased.GECOM had been waiting on that ruling and when it arrived on August 14, acting Chief Justice Roxane George ruled that while the exercise was not illegal, GECOM must be cognisant of the need for elections as soon as possible.On Tuesday, Chairperson of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), retired Justice Claudette “Iron lady” Singh, ordered an end to the ongoing House-to-House Registration exercise, bringing an end to a controversial chapter of GECOM’s recent history.The decision was taken at a statutory meeting, where she decided that the exercise will be concluded as of August 31, 2019, and that GECOM will afterwards embark on more concrete steps towards the hosting of General and Regional Elections.A decision has also been taken that the data gathered so far by the House-to-House exercise will be merged with the existing database. Further, a statement from GECOM explained that the Chairperson has decided that the Commission will move to an extensive Claims and Objections exercise to extract the Preliminary List of Electors (PLE).last_img read more

United’s comeback delays City’s title party

first_img0Shares0000Chris Smalling completed an incredible United comeback to win 3-2.© AFP Ben STANSALLMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 7 – Paul Pogba spoiled Manchester City’s anticipated Premier League title party by scoring twice in two minutes as Manchester United came from 2-0 down to win a thrilling derby 3-2 on Saturday.Chris Smalling completed the comeback that looked so improbable when City were well on course to round off a resounding march towards the title by racing into a 2-0 first-half lead. Goals from captain Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan put the hosts in a commanding position, who were left to rue huge missed chances from Raheem Sterling to extend their lead.City manager Pep Guardiola added more spice to an already hotly-anticipated clash when he claimed on Friday he had been offered the chance to buy Pogba two months ago by the player’s agent Mino Raiola.Pogba has endured a desperately disappointing season having often been dropped by Jose Mourinho for United’s biggest games.But after so much criticism, Pogba showed why he was the world’s most expensive player when United splashed out £89 million to bring him back to the club from Juventus in 2016 by hauling United back into a game that looked lost at half-time.Guardiola kept his pre-match promise to prioritise Tuesday’s Champions League quarter-final second leg against Liverpool with City needing to overturn a 3-0 first leg deficit.Kevin de Bruyne, a leading candidate for player of the year awards, was left on the bench alongside Gabriel Jesus and City’s all-time top goalscorer Sergio Aguero.Guardiola and Mourinho have a long-running rivalry dating back to their time in charge of Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively.Can you hear me?: Paul Pogba celebrates his two goals as United battled back to stun Man City 3-2© AFP Paul ELLISAnd the game quickly settled into the usual pattern when the two face off with City dominating possession and United happy to get plenty of men behind the ball.Yet, for all City’s possession, just like when City won 2-1 at Old Trafford in December, it was from a set-piece that United were undone.City’s Abu-Dhabi owners have splashed an estimated 878 million euros over the past decade to assemble a squad that has tilted the balance of power in Manchester from red to blue.Kompany was one the Emiratis’ first purchases, and he was a fitting scorer on what seemed destined to be a historic day.The Belgian outmuscled Smalling to power home Leroy Sane’s corner on 25 minutes.Five minutes later City doubled their lead in a style that has characterised their season as Gundogan brilliantly turned onto Sterling’s pass before slotting into the far corner.City should have been out of sight by half-time as Guardiola screamed in frustration after Sterling fired two glorious chances well over the bar.Unlike in many big games this season, Mourinho played Pogba in his favoured role on the left of a midfield three.Like the rest of his teammates, Pogba was overrun in the first 45 minutes, but came alive to slot home from Ander Herrera’s cushioned pass with his chest to get United back into the game eight minutes after the break.That goal was the first Mourinho’s men had scored away from home against top-five opposition in the Premier League all season.And they soon had two in two minutes when Alexis Sanchez picked out Pogba’s late run into the box and his header beat Ederson low to his right-hand side.City’s Champions League hopes were likely ended by conceding three times in 19 minutes at Anfield in midweek.And United took just 16 minutes to complete an incredible turnaround when Smalling capitalised on some slack City marking to turn home Sanchez’s free-kick.Guardiola threw on Aguero, Jesus and De Bruyne in an attempt to prevent just a second league defeat of the season.And City should have had a penalty when Ashley Young somehow escaped without punishment from a knee-high lunge on Aguero inside the area that sparked an bad-tempered finale.Aguero was denied by a brilliant De Gea save two minutes from time and Sterling then hit the post as United somehow held on for  famous win.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

‘I wouldn’t give up Walcott for two Sterlings!’ – Arsenal fans love hat-trick hero Theo

first_img1 Arsenal forward Theo Walcott Forget signing Raheem Sterling – Arsenal already have Theo Walcott!The England international hasn’t been given much of a chance at the Emirates since his return from injury but against West Brom he made sure he sent a message to Arsene Wenger in a rare start with a stunning hat-trick.It wasn’t as fast as Southampton striker Sadio Mane’s against Aston Villa but it was brilliant and ensures the Gunners will finish third in the Premier League this season and means they will automatically qualify for the group stage of the Champions League.And seeing the 26-year-old in fine form saw Arsenal supporters’ hail their hero and it appears most would rather see Walcott sign a new deal than have Liverpool star Raheem Sterling join for a huge fee.Check out the reaction to Walcott’s treble below…last_img read more

‘We should be at the top’ – Liverpool’s new arrival expects Reds to win the PL title

first_imgLiverpool striker Divock Origi believes that the Merseysiders have enough quality in their side to win the Premier League trophy next season.The 20-year-old signed for the Reds last summer, following an impressive string of performances for Belgium at the 2014 World Cup, but spent last season on loan with Ligue 1 outfit Lille.Meanwhile, Brendan Rodgers’ side endured a disappointing campaign and could only manage a sixth place finish in England’s top tier.As a result, the Merseysiders have been tipped to struggle to challenge for silverware next term, but Origi is adamant that he is set to link up with a squad that is capable of competing with the very best.“I think Liverpool is a wonderful club that deserves to be at the top and to be honest with the players they have, with the quality they have, then they should be finishing at the top of the league,” Origi told Sky Sports News HQ.Although the outlook at Liverpool is bleak at present, with fans disgruntled at their side’s failure to build on a runners up spot during the 2013/14 campaign, Origi is thrilled to finally join his parent club.“I’m very happy to be going there. Brendan Rodgers is a very good coach and he has proved that so it will be very exciting to work with a world-class coach,” the striker declared.“Most of all it is important to be at a good club where people believe in you and where you feel good and at Liverpool I had a really good feeling and they have experience of working with young players.“It’s always nice to play with good players. The important thing is that I work hard and then I think everything will be okay,” he insisted. Origi scored eight goals in 33 appearances last season and will compete with Daniel Sturridge in Liverpool’s starting line up, with Fabio Borini, Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert all tipped to leave Anfield over the summer. 1 Divock Origi last_img read more

Councillor appears in court on alleged assault charges

first_imgDonegal county councillor John O’Donnell has appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court charged with alleged assault.The Kilmacrennan based councillor, who was in court for the hearing, is alleged to have assaulted two people in Letterkenny on February 23rd, 2015. He did not speak during the brief mention of his case.Some details of the alleged incidents had been given at a previous sitting of Letterkenny District Court but were not given at yesterday’s brief hearing.The case was adjourned until the next circuit court sitting in January.Councillor appears in court on alleged assault charges was last modified: December 7th, 2016 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)last_img read more

Cappry Rovers: High fives after Under-12s win Champions League!

first_imgCappry Rovers U12’s were back on the silverware hunt again on Saturday morning last when they travelled to Leckview Park in Letterkenny to pit their wits against East Donegal rivals Fintown Harps in the Champions League Final. This was their 2nd Champions League Final in 2016 due to underage moving to summer football next year. What this team has already achieved in 2016 has been truly amazing with them winning all 5 trophies on offer. Could they make it 6 out of 6?It’s fair to say that Cappry were favourites going into this match but that fact was not to be seen on the young lads who knew what Fintown were always going to be a threat and on their day would cause plenty of teams problems.There was plenty of nerves on both sides as they took to the pitch and both sides battled hard in the 1st half. It was a fairly even half with neither team able to break the deadlock. There were few chances in the 1st half with Cappry just ahead on chances created.The 2nd half was played in much the same fashion with neither team giving an inch. It seemed to be that whoever would score the 1st goal would win the game and thankfully that came from Cappry when Luke McGlynn produced a moment of pure magic that any of the greats of our modern game, Ronaldo, Bale or Messi would have been proud of.From the left hand side of the box he “Rabona” style crossed the ball to the far post for Josh McMenamin to knock the ball to the back of the net to put Cappry 1 up. A real gem of a goal.Fintown to their credit never give up and continued to try and break Cappry down but thankfully Cappry held firm.Evan Long dealt well with everything that came his way in goals. With the trio of Shaun Ward, Oisin McGlinchey and Daniel Marley rock solid at the back, Luke McGlynn, Kevin McCormack, Andrew Murray, Sean McMenamin and Josh McMenamin pulling the strings in midfield and Mark Mbuli always a handful up front, they managed to hold on for another very impressive win and achieve the 6 out of 6 trophies for the year. 2 East Donegal Leagues, 2 Champions Leagues, 1 League Cup and 1 Ulster Cup, not a bad way to end 2016.2 other very important players in that squad who couldn’t play were Jack Long who missed the match through injury and Joseph Gillespie who couldn’t make it on the day.Both players add so much to the team and we would like to wish Jack the very best as he recovers from his injury, get well soon.Cappry are also through to the last 32 in the SFAI National cup and will be back in action again 28th January when the host Nenagh FC in Cappry Park. All support would be greatly welcomed as they try to go 1 better this year.Cappry Rovers 3-0 Gweedore UnitedCappry secured the points in this entertaining game played in Cappry Park when they won by three goals to nil.Cappry went on the attack from the start in search of the opening goal and they opened the scoring in the 16th minute when Aaron Kelly crossed the ball and found Gerald Melaugh who drilled the ball to the net.Cappry continued to press and created a few more chances. Cappry increased their lead in the 34th minute when Aaron Kelly crossed the ball and once again it was met by Gerald Melaugh and he rifled it to the bottom corner of the net past the diving keeper.Calvin Bradley got on the score sheet in the 42nd minute when he received a cross from Stephen Carr to score the bottom corner of the net through a crowded goalmouth. Gweedore tried to get back into the game but the home defence and good keeping denied them from scoring.Play swung from end to end in the second half as Cappry went in search of more goals and Gweedore looking to get on the score sheet. Cappry came close to extending their lead in the 57th minute when a shot from Aaron Kelly beat Brian Gallagher only to see his shot come off the bar and the keeper made a good save from Conor Laverty from the same attack.Final score 3-0.Gerald Melaugh, Darren McGowan and Aaron Kelly were best for Cappry. Best for Gweedore were Shane O Donnell, Mark McFadden and goal keeper Brian Gallagher.Cappry Rovers Reserves 2-1 Keadue Rovers ReservesIn a game played under the lights on Friday night in Cappry Park it was the youthful home side who got off to a flying start when they took the lead inside 5 minutes when Stephen Carr got through and finished well. The home side made it 2-0 in the 8th minute when Darren Bonner scored direct from a corner. Keadue kept playing and created a few chances before halftime but couldn’t find a way through the home defence. The 2nd half started with the away side pushing to get a goal back. Cappry were always dangerous on the break and could have made it 3-0 but Kyle Lafferty headed wide. Keadue got a goal back in the 80th minute when Eoin Doogan headed home a free kick. The home team held out for the 3 points. Two team performances.The numbers drawn in last week’s Cappry lotto were 7, 8, 10, 16. There was no jackpot winner. The winner of the lucky €50 ticket was Kevin Coyle, Cappry. Next week’s jackpot is €6550. Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win.Cappry are holding a mega draw where you could win a Skoda Octavia Ambition along with some more great prizes. Also included with each ticket is a 20% off voucher for McElhinney’s Store which should come in handy coming up to Christmas. The draw will take place 29th December. Tickets are priced at €20 and all funds raised will go towards an Astro turf pitch. If you’re interested in a ticket contact Danny 087 7797581.Cappry Rovers: High fives after Under-12s win Champions League! was last modified: December 13th, 2016 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) Tags:CappryCappry Roverslast_img read more


first_imgEoin Boyle and Peader Boyle, both of whom hail from the beautiful island of Arranmore, decided that they would like to do something unique to raise money for Donegal Down Syndrome and Macmillan Cancer Support.After much deliberation, the two men decided that they would cycle from their homes in London back to their own homes on Arranmore Island. The two lads set off from their homes in London on Saturday, and are currently in Letterkenny.Four intense days of cycling has seen the lads face many highs and lows, but the finish line is almost within touching distance.Their legs are aching, their knees are sore, but these hardy men from the island are on the final straight.They’ll leave Letterkenny and head to Arranmore Island via Glenveagh National Park on the final leg of their epic journey. The lads have raised a huge amount of money for both charities, and were warmly welcomed by members of Donegal Down Syndrome when they reached the Square in the Letterkenny earlier this evening.Any donations would be greatly appreciated, so if you’d like to support Peadar and Eoin, then you can by clicking on either of the links outlined below. Jerry Early, has promised the duo, he will have two beautiful pints of Guinness waiting for them when they arrive on the island.Well done lads. 🙂 DONEGAL MEN SET TO COMPLETE EPIC CHARITY CYCLE FROM LONDON TO ARRANMORE was last modified: May 28th, 2014 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:Arranmore – LondonCHARITY CYCLEDonegal Down SyndromeEoin BoyleFeaturesnewsPeadar Boylelast_img read more


first_imgNeil McGee was in Australia last weekend, now he’s off to Boston for the All-Star tour.Donegal’s 2014 All-Star winners have jetted off to Boston this morning for the annual GAA/GPA All-Stars tour.Paul Durcan, Neil McGee, Neil Gallagher, Michael Murphy and Ryan McHugh have headed stateside for the trip.Patrick McBrearty is also included in the travelling party although he never won an All-Star. Neil McGee and Michael Murphy have only just returned from Australia after playing for Ireland in the International Rules Series last weekend.Former Donegal manager Jim McGuinness is unable to attend the tour due to his work commitments at Celtic FC.Celtic host Salzburg tonight in a crucial Europa League clash at Celtic Park.Donegal manager Rory Gallagher is currently putting club players through their paces as he seeks to recruit a number of them for his squad for the forthcoming 2015 season. For now the Donegal players heading for Boston can enjoy the trip before the hard training starts in the New Year.  DONEGAL PLAYERS OFF TO BOSTON FOR ALL-STAR TRIP was last modified: November 27th, 2014 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:All-Star TourbostonGAAMichael MurphyNeil Gallagherneil mcgeenewsPaul DurcanRyan McHughSportlast_img read more


first_imgMicheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig has called on Sinn Féin to rule out coalition with Fianna Fail after the next election.Micheal Cholm Mac Giolla EasbuigIt follows comments from Padraig Mac Lochlainn TD on social media that he would be prepared to be part of a government with Fianna Fail under certain conditions.The Independent councillor said Sinn Féin needs to decide if it wants to be part of a left government or a coalition with Fianna Fáil. “It can’t ride two horses. Padraig Mac Lochlainn took to social media to issue a clarification of his position following an interview with a national newspaper on his views on forming a government after the next election. While he correctly ruled out coalition with the right wing Fine Gael party under any circumstances, he would only rule out coalition with the equally right wing Fianna Fáil if it was that party leading the government.”“In fact he went further in saying that he personally would support a government which included Fianna Fail if they accepted a ‘left or progressive’ programme for government. It is a ridiculous notion that Fianna Fail is capable of ‘progressive’ let alone left politics. Does Padraig need reminding that this was the party which brought in the troika and the era of austerity after they had allowed their builder and banker friends to wreck the economy? It is unfortunate timing that he picks this week to make overtures to Fianna Fail when it has emerged that in the last government Fianna Fail was planning to hit us with even higher water charges than the current government.”“Sinn Féin has been saying that it wants to be part of a government of the left. If they are serious about that then they must categorically rule out coalition with Fianna Fáil under any circumstances, just as they have done with Fine Gael. Holding the door open to the ‘progressive’ Fianna Fáil il is just not on.”“In the next election we have a historic chance to finally break the Fianna Fáil/Fine Gael/Labour stranglehold of right wing governments. If we want a government which will introduce real wealth redistribution through a wealth tax, an increase in corporation tax, the closing of tax loopholes, the elimination of USC, water charges and property tax, we are not going to get that with Fianna Fáil. All those who genuinely stand on the left will reject a deal with any of the parties of the right.” COUNCILLOR CALLS ON SINN FEIN TO RULE OUT COALITION WITH FIANNA FAIL was last modified: October 22nd, 2015 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:donegalfianna failMicheal Mac Giolla EasbuigSinn Feinlast_img read more