MORE than 3,000 people are taking part in the North West 10k in Letterkenny this afternoon.Belfast runner Joe McAllister is already across the finishing line – in an astonishing 30:56. Paddy Brennan Jnr was second in 33.02 and Christopher Johnston 33.17 was third.Local runner Teresa McGloin, from Finn Valley AC, was the first woman home. We will have all the results from the run/walk later today. Well done to all those taking part – all have helped to raise money for many local charities. MORE THAN 3,000 AT NORTH WEST 10K was last modified: May 6th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)
Huge well done to our U13 boys football team and coaches who defeated Killybegs 6-12 to 1-09 in the South Donegal Division 1 final. The lads put in great team performance with everyone doing their bit. The score taking, tackling and kick passing from both teams was of the highest order. This is the 1st division 1 title we’ve won in a number of years. The lads now play Milford in the county semi final on Wednesday, venue TBA. Well done all.Well done to Hannah Crawford who got U14 development squad player of the year and Casey Harvey who got Minor player of the year from all at Four Masters.The Bord nÓg AGM takes place on Friday 21st October at 8pm in the Abbey Hotel. All welcome. Anyone interested in getting involved with underage teams or administration at Bord na nÓg level should contact Pauric Harvey 0860523905 ASAP. Four Masters Seniors and Reserves play away to Cloughaneely Sunday 23rd October at 1:30pm and 3pm. All support welcome.Congratulations to our Minor Camogie Team who have won the Minor County Championship 2016 after a hard fought battle with Burt on Sunday in Tirchonaill Park. Burt led the match right up until the last five minutes when two super goals sealed the win for a joint team 4Gaels. Final score 4Gaels 3:5 Burt 1:6. Scorers for Four Masters were Niamh Doherty 1:1; Emer Burke 1:0; Aine McGroarty 0:2. Well done to all the team and management.Another wonderful performance served up by our U13 girls vs Glenfin away this evening (Thurs) to book our place in a county semi final. Four Masters wasted no time with Sarah Canny scoring a goal within the first minute of the game. We never lost the lead after that. 2 goals each for Aine Byrne & Sofia Miziri as well as points from Aoife Cox & Ciara Gillespie Cassidy left us 5-2 to 1-4 ahead at half time. The score doesn’t reflect how close the game was but resolute defending and some wonderful point blank saves from Rachel Reid kept us in control. Further points in the second half from Ciara Cox, Lucy Monaghan and Ciara Gillespie Cassidy kept our lead in tact. Ciara Cox & Emma Sweeney added goals with Four Masters running out 7.5 to 2.6 winners. This was a great team performance with the girls displaying improvement all over the pitch. All the players gave 100% while on the pitch, defending strongly and attacking with great accuracy. Well done to all the girls and good luck in the semi final.Club Lotto: There was no winner of the lotto jackpot €3,000 in week 14 of the 2016/17 season draw held in the Abbey Hotel on the 17th October 2016. The €50 winners in the lucky dip were Billy Johnston, Old Golf Course Rd and Paul Gallagher, Doonan. The numbers drawn were 7, 8, 15 and 21. Congratulation to all winners. The next draw takes place on the the 24th of October. Club Lotto: Renew Subscriptions, the club would ask all persons that are members of our lotto to pay annual subscription to sellers of to treasurer Paul Timoney 0872791305. New members are welcome with quarterly and half yearly subscriptions available.Club Notes: Any club managers, mentors or members who wish to have information included in the club notes should email [email protected] before Monday at lunchtime to ensure it is included. Follow us via facebook, twitter, club app and www.fourmastersgaa.com Four Masters U13’s produce superb performance to win Divisional Final was last modified: October 18th, 2016 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:four mastersGAASport
Last week, The Sun said it would cut 75 jobs, or 5 percent of its work force, with 12 to 15 expected to come from the newsroom. In September, Newsday, the Tribune Co.’s dominant daily newspaper on Long Island, said it would reduce its coverage of New York City and cut 45 positions from its newsroom staff. Last month, Chicago-based Tribune, whose holdings include 11 daily newspapers, 26 television stations and the Chicago Cubs, said third-quarter profits tumbled 82 percent because of an adverse tax ruling that forced it to take a huge charge. The media company’s results also showed continuing sluggishness in advertising sales and lower revenue from newspaper circulation, although Tribune executives said recent circulation trends show improvement. Tribune Co. spokesman Gary Weitman said there was no directive to the dailies about job cuts but said they are being made as individual papers develop their operating plans. Last month, Chairman and CEO Dennis FitzSimons said in his third-quarter letter to shareholders that “all of our newspapers are pursuing further cost reductions to be implemented by year end.” Newsroom cuts do not necessarily mean diminished news coverage, said newspaper analyst John Morton, president of the media consulting firm Morton Research Inc. “These newspapers generally have by industry standards fairly fat news staffs, so generally the layoffs are not draconian,” Morton said. In September, The New York Times Co. said it would cut about 500 jobs across its company, or 4 percent of its work force; Philadelphia’s two major newspapers said they would cut a combined 100 jobs. The San Jose Mercury News, owned by Knight Ridder Inc., cut 16 percent of its newsroom staff earlier this month through attrition and buyouts. 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 MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Publisher Jeff Johnson told employees in a separate memo that job cuts in other departments will be announced over the next three weeks, as will initiatives to boost circulation and advertising revenue. In Chicago, the total number of Tribune jobs cut will “likely” be fewer than 100 and will be distributed across all departments, publisher David Hiller said in a memo to employees. Many of the jobs being eliminated are open positions but there will be no voluntary buyouts, he said. Decisions on layoffs will be made in the next two weeks. The Orlando Sentinel’s publisher, Kathy Waltz, told staff in a memo the paper would cut “a limited number of positions,” according to copies of the memo posted on several industry Web sites. Waltz did not say how many jobs would be cut or from which departments. The Florida paper did not immediately return a call for comment on Wednesday. Three newspapers owned by Tribune Co., including the company’s two flagship papers in Chicago and Los Angeles, said Wednesday they will cut jobs amid declining circulation and revenue. The cuts come one week after another Tribune paper, The (Baltimore) Sun, and Knight Ridder Inc.’s San Jose Mercury News both announced similar cost-cutting moves. The Los Angeles Times said Wednesday it is eliminating about 85 newsroom positions, or approximately 8 percent of its editorial staff. Some of the cuts already have come through attrition and some will come through a voluntary separation program, editor Dean Baquet wrote in an e-mail to staff. The balance will come through layoffs by year’s end.