Lomarsh RoopnarineIf you are unfamiliar with rural Guyana, particularly in the Corentyne, and happen to be traveling in this region you will find one unique characteristic that is probably absent elsewhere in Guyana and the Caribbean. You will find groups of young men around eighteen to thirty years old hanging out in a semi-circle on one or both sides of the public road. It is customary for young men, and sometimes older men, to form groups on the parapets of the main public road on the Corentyne in the early mornings and evenings to discuss all sorts of events that happen in the village, in Guyana and in the international community. If a cricket match is being played between the West Indies and England, if someone is having an affair, or if a young lady is sexually available, the discussion can go on late into the night with selective whispering occasioned by a sudden burst of laughter.The gathering of these young men is more than just about hanging out, more than idle talk and speculation. It is an opportunity for them to discuss what is not said in their homes, what has not been allowed in their schools, temples, churches. It is also an opportunity for them to unlearn what they have learned, to learn about what they were not allowed to learn such as sex, dirty jokes, foul language, and the challenges of a budding masculinity. The roadside hangout is a sanctuary, a rite of passage in the absence of formal private dwellings for unemployed, perverse, progressive, inexperienced young men. One white American visitor to the Corentyne described this daily gathering of young men as “conversational corners of village life.” He was apparently confused as to why so many young men would rather hang out on the side of the road than attend his evening pastoral preaching.No one is entirely sure where this tradition of young men hanging out on the roadside mornings and evenings comes from since it is uncommon in urban Guyana and in other Caribbean islands. In these latter places, the gathering tends to occur in the homes, shops, churches, bars, parks, abandoned buildings and at the marketplace. It appears that the custom of young men hanging out on the roadside started during the indentured period, supposedly a tradition transferred from rural India to British Guiana in the nineteenth century.Interestingly, too, is that the structure of the road and tropical climate dictate why and when the grouping occurs. Unlike most roads in the Caribbean, the road in the Corentyne does not have significant feeder roads, so the main public road is wide enough to facilitate all sorts of activity from general traffic that includes motored vehicles, bicycles, donkey carts, pedestrians, peddlers, and, yes, conversational corners. The tropical heat allows for grouping to occur in the cooler mornings and evenings, although, grouping can occur at any time when quarrels and fights happen in the village.What makes this tradition even more intriguing is that it has survived police surveillance, but with the introduction of television in the early 1990s the tradition has been fading slowly as the younger generation has become victims of excessive TV watching. Real conversations are being replaced by fictional TV characters. I am not sure if roadside hang-outs will continue in rural Guyana. We cannot, however, nonchalantly downplay the significance and importance of roadside hang-outs to village life replete with limited social services. Roadside hang-outs have empowered, especially impoverished village denizens, to deal with the exigency of village life. The closing down of the sugar estates along the Corentyne might very well provide fodder for the longevity of roadside hang-outs insofar as to cohere and co-exist in an environment where rural stability and happiness have become elusive goals. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
There is a cliché that refers to perception morphing into reality. This would have been known and probably tested throughout time and often a source of contention in politics. Some of what transpired during the 2015 elections campaign would have brought it sharply into focus, testing believability almost to the point of confirming it in some instances. One of its unfortunate derivatives is the superimposing of what is supposed to be unreal over what is; in other words, fiction over fact.This obviously has advantages and disadvantages for different sides one way or the other and with any shift in mindsets probably remaining long-lasting. It therefore becomes a monumental challenge for facts to become believable in such circumstances. A cursory look at some aspects of international politics can easily substantiate, as fake news insidiously enters the realm of reality.In every circumstance, it appears to be fast becoming more laborious for believability. In the process, sometimes sensitivities, individually and nationally, can be exacerbated thereby increasing the potential to negatively broadside societal social fabric. The dilemma created in such situations demands an uncompromising and transparent approach to verify and convey facts to mitigate the possible raising of tensions. This becomes even more necessary in a pluralistic society like ours.As discussions over the employment practices at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) continue throughout society, clearly one section can be made to feel aggrieved based upon information within the public domain. Like everything else, there are two sides; however, our multifaceted makeup would demand an urgent ascertaining of the facts. Given the important role GECOM plays, the need for such an intervention is paramount.For many, if not all, the result of an election is pivotal to their advancement in the future. For a nation, it can have tremendous bearing on its stability and by extension the economy, international credibility while impacting confidence. If the citizenry or a section of it develops a lack of confidence in the election machinery, then credibility in the process could become a major issue with its own spin-off effects.The initial controversy at GECOM over its perceived employment practices led to some statistics and charts appearing in the media. While it may have provided a different perspective, it may not have changed the perception given, reportedly, concerns over source and accuracy. What subsequently transpired with regard to the appointment of the Deputy Chief Elections Officer, (DCEO), may have further incensed sentiments over an already sensitive situation.From what was reported, the candidate, who scored the highest and who would have had three years on the job experience, was not appointed. When ethnicity is thrown into the milieu, it further heightens the perception of unfairness. This is not to say that the person appointed is not qualified, however the finality of the appointment process would have provided fodder to those who remain convinced of unfairness.With the general tendency that one thing can lead to another, for those who are fortified in their belief of unfairness, it is not farfetched to posit that they can lose confidence in the electoral process regardless of perception or reality of the current situation. That’s the unfortunate potential the situation can precipitate.When other circumstances, such as alleged reports of mass firing based on ethnicity after the 2015 elections and the seeming unabated imposition of a particular party colour on public buildings and through other means, ethnic and political sensitivities can be offended.Cleary our leaders and civil society cannot be oblivious of this, especially given our history. Therefore, the lack of or delay in a meaningful intervention to ascertain the facts on GECOM employment practices will contribute little or nothing to remove any perception of unfairness. It can also, fairly or unfairly, question commitment of the authorities to so intervene for the national good.To establish the Social Cohesion Ministry, the Administration must have been aware of the compelling reasons to do so, guided by history, perception and reality. One can therefore safely posit that the need to mitigate ethnic sensitivities, more than likely premised on reality, would have been the foremost consideration for the Social Cohesion Ministry and for it to receive taxpayers’ funding to deliver its mandate of promoting national harmony.With that in mind, it would not be unfair to expect a fact-finding intervention into GECOM’s employment practice, which in reality should have already been implemented. This is extremely crucial, not only in the quest to realise social cohesion, but for confidence in the nation’s electoral machinery. If partisanship through alleged political allegiance were to develop in the electoral machinery, the creation of suspicion over questionable elections could be moved from perception to reality.In the interest of national unity, that intervention must be immediate and meaningful and not just for the purpose of mere appeasement. Its absence would not help the social complexities and could unfortunately and undesirably redound to a loss in democratic gains. That could be a result of perception morphing into reality.
Dear Editor,The closure of the sugar estates was based purely on spite; that is the sure prognosis of all right-thinking Guyanese, but The PNC see things differently.They are of the opinion that, by closing the sugar estates, they would be hitting The PPP the hardest. They were of the mistaken belief that, by shutting down the estates, they would sound the death knell of the PPP/C’s stronghold. Kill sugar, they opined, and we would have their supporters with their begging bowls crying for help at the PNC’s doorstep.However, with that vindictiveness and spite, the PNC/AFC made the following major blunders:1. They were exposing their lying and deceitful selves before an audience they had faithfully promised that they would never do such a thing.In fact, they lied to the people, telling them that they need to be aware of the PPP, they are the party who would close the sugar estates, and the party who should be the object of their fear.Well, as it turned out, the people are now well aware of which party betrayed their trust and which constitutes the enemy.2. By deceiving the people in such a horrible way, they played right into the hands of the PPP.The PPP gets those disaffected voters from the Coalition; in essence, they were strengthening PPP support in the Sugar Belt. The hurt, the blatant deception, did hit the people hardest, which caused many of them to vow never to vote for the Coalition again.To verify my story, I urge you to go into the sugar areas, and the same sad story greets you as each worker tells you over and over again, “We were deceived… them fool a-we. Never again! Never would we vote for this PNC-dominated Coalition again.”3. With the rise in the worldwide use of the brown crystals as a natural sweetener, sugar is a sure foreign exchange earner. The industry in Guyana was at the quarter million mark and rising when this Government took control of our economy.This was a sure sign that better days were ahead. However, with the sudden closures, there was a drastic decline in production, where the industry is barely able to sustain 100,000 tons. The associated results are a shortfall in foreign earnings and a drop in the economy.4. Sugar is the life blood of Guyana; on it every other foreign earner revolves. Sugar is a pivot on which Guyana’s foreign earnings revolve. The sugar industry is the largest entity in the productive sector, and to kill sugar means that the entire economy would collapse also. This is the sorry mistake this Government has made.The stark reality is: you cannot run a government on sheer spite, it was bound to yield horrendous results. In three short years, this Coalition has supervised the demise of sugar as well as every other economic sector of this country. This is the backward platform that this administration is built on.Respectfully,Neil Adams
Ayscough & Marar also helped defend Jackson against a lawsuit that claimed the singer owed $1.4 million to former business associate Marc Schaffel. Last year, a jury awarded Schaffel $900,000 and awarded Jackson $200,000 in a countersuit against Schaffel. Miller heats up pleas for world Sienna Miller teamed up with Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan on Tuesday to urge Indians to do more to slow global warming. The 25-year-old actress met Bachchan in Mumbai, India, at the start of a weeklong trip to India as an ambassador for Global Cool. “If each one of us does our bit, we will be helping to keep global warming from harming our countries,” Miller said. Bachchan, India’s biggest movie star, announced that the Indian International Film Academy would partner with Global Cool, an organization that spreads awareness about global warming, to increase knowledge about greenhouse-gas emissions. “Carbon emissions will be huge from countries like India and China with growing populations and economy,” Bachchan said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Michael Jackson has been told to pay more than $256,000 in legal fees to a firm that handled some side issues during his 2005 child-molestation trial. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge signed a judgment Friday that awarded $216,837 along with $39,177 in interest to the Torrance firm of Ayscough & Marar, according to court records. Jackson’s attorney agreed in principle to the judgment June 26, when he told the judge that going to trial would be costlier and “we want to stop the hemorrhaging.” The law firm sued the 48-year-old pop star for failing to pay legal fees for preventing the release of some information to the public and to lawyers in civil cases during his 2005 criminal trial in Santa Barbara County. Jackson was eventually acquitted of child-molestation charges. Jackson countersued the law firm but that case was dismissed.
Parents interested in enrolling their children in Los Angeles Unified School District magnet schools for next year and getting bus transportation to classes can begin applying today. The district has more than 160 magnet schools and centers with specialties ranging from math and science and technology to the performing arts and music. Magnet schools and the accompanying transportation program have been a key component of the district’s voluntary integration efforts. Complete information is available in the 2008-09 CHOICES brochure sent to all LAUSD students’ parents. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre The application period closes Jan. 11.
Valencia Toastmasters will meet, 7 p.m. Call Kim Dickens at (661) 259-8567 or visit www.valenciatoastmasters.org for location. Special Olympics offers athletic training and competition for athletes with learning disabilities during the evenings at various locations in Santa Clarita. New athletes or volunteer coaches can call (661) 253-2121. Santa Clarita Noon Kiwanis Club will meet, noon-1:30 p.m. at El Torito, 27510 The Old Road, Valencia. Call Janie Choate at (661) 296-8260. Youth Chess Club will meet, 5:30-8 p.m. at 25864-G Tournament Road, Valencia. Call Jay Stallings at (661) 288-1705. Evening Kiwanis Club will meet, 6:15 p.m. at Mulligan’s, 25848 Tournament Road, Valencia. Call Amy Spencer at (661) 255-6714. Santa Clarita Runners Club will meet for tempo runs, 6:15 p.m. Call (661) 294-0821 or visit www.scrunners.org for location. THURSDAY Le Tip Business Network Group will meet, 7 a.m. at Mimi’s Cafe, 24201 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia. Call Lisa Eichman at (661) 297-3333 or visit www.allvalleyletip.com. Nonaerobic workout in a heated pool for joint and muscle conditioning, 10:30 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA, 26147 McBean Parkway, Valencia. Call (661) 253-3593. FRIDAY Karaoke night, 6:30-9:30 at Vincenzo’s, 24504 Lyons Ave., Newhall. Call (661) 259-6733. SATURDAY Santa Clarita Runners Club will meet for a morning run, 7 o’clock in the parking lot at Starbucks, 26415 Bouquet Canyon Road, Valencia. Call (661) 294-0821 or visit www.scrunners.org. Free wellness workshop will present research about stubborn weight, fatigue and hormone imbalance, 10-11:30 a.m. at the office of Dr. Larry Cart, 24868 Apple St., Suite 101, Newhall. Call (661) 284-6233. Saugus train station will be open, 1-4 p.m. at Heritage Junction in William S. Hart Park, 24151 Newhall Ave. Call (661) 254-1275. Karaoke night, 8 o’clock at VFW Post 6885, 16208 Sierra Highway, Canyon Country. Call (661) 252-6885. Special Olympics offers athletic training and competition for athletes with learning disabilities throughout the day at various locations in Santa Clarita. New athletes or volunteer coaches can call (661) 253-2121. SUNDAY Free program, “Working with Wildlife,” 2-3 p.m. at the Valencia Library, 23743 W. Valencia Blvd., Valencia. Call (661) 259-8942. Santa Clarita Runners Club will meet for marathon training, 6:30 a.m. in the parking lot at Granary Square, 25930 McBean Parkway, Valencia. Call (661) 294-0821 or visit www.scrunners.org. Bingo will be played, 10:30 a.m. at Mint Canyon Moose Lodge, 18000 W. Sierra Highway, Canyon Country. Call (661) 252-7222. Saugus train station will be open, 1-4 p.m. at Heritage Junction in William S. Hart Park, 24151 San Fernando Road, Newhall. Call (661) 254-1275. MONDAY Special Olympics offers golf lessons to athletes with learning disabilities, evenings at Vista Valencia Golf Course, 24700 W. Trevino Drive, Valencia. New athletes or volunteer coaches can call (661) 253-2121. To submit an event for the Daily News calendar, contact Sharon Cotal at (661) 257-5256, fax her at (661) 257-5262, e-mail her at email@example.com or write to her at 24800 Avenue Rockefeller, Valencia, CA 91355.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2Barbershop Harmony Singers will rehearse, 7:30-9:30 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Valley Oaks Village Apartments, 24700 Valley St., Newhall. Call (661) 259-6109 for security-door information. WEDNESDAY Santa Clarita Sunrise Rotary Club will meet, 7:10 a.m. at IHOP, 24737 W. Pico Canyon Road, Stevenson Ranch. Call (661) 250-1023. Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club will meet, 12:10 p.m. at Marie Callender’s, 27630 The Old Road, Valencia. Call (661) 259-7701. Santa Clarita Valley-Newhall Optimist Club will meet, 7 p.m. at La Rumba, 27600 Bouquet Canyon Road, Saugus. Call (661) 252-7313. TODAY Nonaerobic workout in a heated pool for joint and muscle conditioning, 10:30 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA, 26147 McBean Parkway, Valencia. Call (661) 253-3593. Santa Clarita Runners Club will work out, 6:15 p.m. at the College of the Canyons track, 26455 N. Rockwell Road, Valencia. Call (661) 294-0821 or visit www.scrunners.org. Sierra Hillbillies Square Dance Club will offer an intermediate class, 7-9 p.m. in Rooms A1 and 2 at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market St., Newhall. Call (661) 252-2210 or (661) 255-0463.
LANCASTER – Early Monday evening, some of the area’s top soccer talents will assemble with little fanfare at Lancaster National Soccer Complex for the Lancaster Rattlers’ first official practice in advance of their 2007 inaugural season. Later in the week, the franchise hopes to find a home. Rattlers owner/general manager Gerald Brunner hopes a scheduled meeting with Antelope Valley Union High School District deputy superintendent Jeff Foster on Wednesday afternoon will lead to the desired outcome. Brunner is seeking a deal that would bring the Premier Development League team to Antelope Valley High’s soon-to-renovated football stadium. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhy these photogenic dumplings are popping up in Los AngelesBrunner had expected to have use of the Antelope Valley facility but was told earlier this month that the field was not available. The Antelope Valley Attack, a semiprofessional women’s football team, has experienced similar field-usage difficulties. Brunner said in a telephone conversation with Foster on Thursday he was told that the district prohibits private entities such as the Rattlers from using school facilities. But Brunner said he was “ecstatic” Foster was willing to meet with him “before drawing any conclusions.” The PDL is a development league that exists under the United States Soccer Federation, which is also Major League Soccer’s governing body. The Rattlers are slated to compete in a 10-team Southwest Division of the PDL. Last season, the PDL produced more than 60 players who logged some time in the MLS this year. Countless others have gone on to play professionally in the United Soccer League’s Divisions I and II, Mexico and Europe. The PDL season, which starts in late April and ends in early August, is designed to accommodate college players. It also for noncollegians who have aged-out of club soccer at 18. The Rattlers play an 18-game regular season schedule. They need a facility to accommodate nine home games. Brunner said his proposal includes an agreement to cover maintenance costs and repair any damage. He said field usage for playing purposes causes significantly less wear than does field usage for practices, which includes turf-shredding stop-and-go drills involving players concentrated on small parts of the field. The proposal also includes an offer to send the franchise’s yet-to-be-named mascot to high school games to promote the sport. He said he would make his players available to scrimmage against or train any area high school team. Brunner said the franchise would bring revenue and recognition to the area, as well as family-oriented entertainment geared toward what he said is “more popular than other sport in the Antelope Valley.” “This will do a heck of a lot to support to the community and the local high schools,” Brunner said. firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3607160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Argentinian midfielder has missed more than a year of action through injury 1 Erik Lamela is back in the Tottenham squad – I repeat – Erik Lamela is back in the Tottenham squad.The Argentinian midfielder has missed more than a year of action through injury after undergoing operations on both of his hips.Lamela has been named on the bench for tonight’s clash against Leicester City and could make his long awaited return to the first team with a cameo appearance.Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino recently pointed to Lamela as a potential game changer for Spurs when they come up against defensive teams.But fans will be content with a drama-free return to the pitch as the 25-year-old looks to put his injury nightmare behind him.talkSPORT takes a look at the best reactions from fans online…
Alvaro Morata scored the winning goal just seconds after Bournemouth equalised Alvaro Morata’s stoppage-time strike sent Chelsea into the Carabao Cup semi-finals with a 2-1 defeat of Bournemouth.Willian had given Chelsea a 13th-minute lead but the Blues invited pressure and Dan Gosling equalised in the 90th minute.Chelsea attacked from the restart and Eden Hazard back-heeled into the path of fellow substitute Morata, who tucked in to send the Blues through.The much-changed home side struggled to assert themselves against the Cherries but eventually prevailed, extending the visitors’ winless run to seven games ahead of Saturday’s trip to runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City.Head coach Antonio Conte has added a dose of realism to Chelsea’s bid to retain the Premier League title with the Blues third, 14 points behind City, but the quest for silverware this season remains alive and well.Ethan Ampadu started as Conte, as promised, rotated his options making eight changes. The Cherries made seven following the 4-0 loss to Liverpool.Ampadu began with a rush of blood but otherwise performed admirably in a testing contest.The 17-year-old was booked for a foul on Jermain Defoe, who at 35 is more than twice the Chelsea defender’s age, in the second minute.Defoe required treatment and continued for 15 minutes before departing after an apparent apology from Ampadu. Bournemouth were a goal down by then.It was a fine team effort as Michy Batshuayi turned to feed Kenedy, whose back heel sent Cesc Fabregas through. The Spain playmaker might have shot himself but showed composure to centre for Willian to make a simple tap-in.Willian stopped expecting a foul when Harry Arter stole the ball from him and prodded it to Jordon Ibe. Defoe’s replacement ran down the right channel and sliced a shot wide.Pedro’s pace created a chance for Batshuayi but the striker’s first touch allowed Steve Cook to make a covering block.Batshuayi fell meekly clutching his face under the slightest attention from Adam Smith and Simon Francis, with referee Lee Mason deeming the incident not even worthy of a shake of the head.Bournemouth pressed forwards in the second half, with Chelsea struggling to alleviate the pressure.Conte did not seem impressed, even less so with Willian, who for a third time in the match stopped playing wanting a foul.This time it was close to the Chelsea box. Conte had a word with his bench and moments later Eden Hazard was introduced for the Brazilian.Tiemoue Bakayoko came on for Pedro and later Morata for Batshuayi, as Conte altered his 3-4-3 formation to 3-5-2 in an attempt to get a foothold in midfield.Conte, who was becoming increasingly agitated, might have preferred to keep them on the bench ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash at Everton and use teenagers Dujon Sterling or Callum Hudson-Odoi instead.But Bournemouth’s pressure was in danger of telling, and it finally did when Morata’s weak clearing header was played by Ibe to Gosling, who curled in from the edge of the area.Chelsea’s lead was restored almost immediately as Davide Zappacosta’s hopeful pass was flicked by Hazard into Morata’s path and he squeezed the ball under goalkeeper Artur Boruc.His celebration brought a yellow card which means the striker is suspended for Saturday’s match at Goodison Park. 1
CLOUGHANEELY were victorious in the Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Intermediate B final against Red Hugh’s in Ballybofey this afternoon.Cloughaneely 0-12 Red Hugh’s 0-9 The winning margin was three points in the end, with late points from Eugene Maguire and Michael Mulhern getting the Falcarragh-based team over the line.Aidan Gallen scored four second half frees in succession to take Red Hugh’s from their interval deficit of 0-10 to 0-5 down, back to 0-10 to 0-9 in arrears and all to play for.PJ Gallagher and Gallen opened the scoring for the side from Killygordon, but Cloughaneely would score six out of the next seven points to move into a 0-6 to 0-3 lead by the 23rd minute.Christopher Barrett, two placed balls apiece from James Gallagher and goalkeeper Shan McClafferty, as well as a point from Sean McBride scored in that sequence. After Ronan Gallen pointed for Red Hugh’s, McBride, Barrett with two and Maguire registered to establish the five-point interval lead.The last Cloughaneely point of the half came from Barrett, who might’ve bagged a goal after Red Hugh’s net-minder Jason Woods had given away possession.Gallen’s scores from the placed balls made for a few Cloughaneely jitters – they didn’t score again until the 50th minute – but they kept their cool to take the title.Cloughaneely: Shaun McClafferty ( 0-2, 1f, 45): Cormac Coyle, Patrick Doohan, Diarmuid Coyle: James Coll (0-1), Eugene Maguire (0-3), Michael Mulhern (0-1); Michael McCausland, Gerard Maguire; Neil Kelly, Christopher Barrett (0-3), Ronan Cannon; Sean Coll, Sean McBride (0-2), Ciaran McFadden. Subs: Jack Mulhern for Gerard Maguire (35 ), Patrick Cannon for Mulhern (36), Blaine Mulligan for Barrett (50), Kevin Doohan for Ronan Cannon (57).Red Hugh’s: Jason Woods; Jason Dullaghan, Darren Mc Creary, PJ Gallagher (0-1); Tomas Doherty, Michael Devine, James Gallagher (0-1); Oisin McElhinney, Conor Gallagher; Kieran Neeson (0-1), Carl Gallen , Cian Gallagher; Fintan Muldoon, Ronan Gallen (0-1), Aidan Gallen ( 0-5, 5fs). Subs: Ryan Dullaghan for Muldoon (40) , Mark O Donnell for McElhinney (45), Dara Gallagher for Jason Dullaghan (50), Stephen Doherty for Cian Gallagher (61).Referee: Dermot McColgan ( Naomh Padraig Muff ). Cloughanleely see off Red Hugh’s to win Intermediate B crown was last modified: October 13th, 2019 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:2019 Donegal IFC BCloughaneelyRED HUGHS.