Villarreal, in particular, will request information on why the penalty was indicated by Pau Torres, when the center no longer only intended to touch the ball with them but had them on their backs; another action is the entry of Walk Cape over Santi Cazorla, for which he saw yellow but that the images appreciate that it could have been sanctioned with red cardboard; the third action is a possible penalty on Paco Alcácer in the last minute of the game, an action in which the yellow club has the feeling of not having been reviewed when the penalty indicated by Raúl Albiol’s action It was the referee of VAR who urged to review the play.Gil Manzano has directed Villarreal this season in three games from the VAR. Against Levante, in which he urged repeating a penalty for having advanced in the pitch Andrés Fernández, a penalty that the referee did not see and it was the VAR who urged to review the action on television. The second game was in Mestalla where Cillessen cut a penalty to Gerard Moreno, thinking of Villarreal that the Valencia goalkeeper advanced as Andres Fernandez did against Levante. The third and last game, this Sunday in San Mamés. Villarreal will transfer a letter of complaint to the Technical Committee of arbitrators. This has been given by the club to complain and ask for explanations about some of the controversial moves of the match between Athletic and Villarreal played in San Mamés. The people of Castellón want to be explained some of the decisions made by both the colleague Medié Jiménez and his assistant VAR Gil Manzano.
Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors celebrates with JaVale McGee #1 and Kevon Looney #5 during the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 2 of the 2018 NBA Finals at ORACLE Arena on June 3, 2018 in Oakland, California. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images/AFPOAKLAND, Calif. — The Golden State Warriors will be much younger next season, and general manager Bob Myers is working to keep much of the core intact to chase another championship.Versatile big man Kevon Looney will re-sign with the two-time defending champions on a one-year deal for the minimum, a person with direct knowledge of the agreement said Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT Bicol riders extend help to Taal evacuees View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ Cloudy skies over Luzon due to amihan In his third professional season, the 22-year-old Looney averaged 4.0 points and 3.3 rebounds in 13.8 minutes per game.While the Warriors lost center JaVale McGee to the Lakers, they added DeMarcus Cousins on Monday to give Golden State five potential All-Star starters once Cousins returns from a torn Achilles tendon that required surgery.ESPN first reported Looney’s agreement.ADVERTISEMENT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Taal victims get help from Kalayaan town Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Looney’s new deal cannot become official until he signs after the moratorium period is lifted Friday.Golden State already reached agreement with two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant on a two-year contract with a player option.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownBringing back Looney, a power forward and center, was a top priority for Myers, who also hopes to re-sign guard Patrick McCaw.Looney lost about 30 pounds last offseason to transform his body, make himself faster and give him a regular spot in coach Steve Kerr’s rotation, even earning starts in five postseason games during the absence of Andre Iguodala. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Remembering parents’ advice, Fajardo chooses to stay away from brawl Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Harvey Weinstein rape trial LATEST STORIES Christopher Tolkien, son of Lord of the Rings author, dies aged 95
Mid-Year Report 2018 The Finance Ministry’s Mid-Year Report 2018 has revealed a slight improvement in the pace of implementation of the Public-Sector Investment Programme (PSIP). According to the report, this improved from 23.6 per cent on average to 31.8 per cent at the first half of the year.However, it was noted that there were several constraining factors that continued to stymie further progress in implementation of key programmes, many of which were listed.Inadequate leadership, the report stated, is further complicated by a limited pool of evaluators and qualified contractors. The absence of procurement by a limited pool of qualified contractors also lend to the issue, but the absence of procurement planning was another contributing factor. The inability to attract qualified engineering and procurement specialists was listed as another major constraint.“Cabinet is in the process of addressing the weak management across budget agencies undertaken the [Public Investment Management Assessment] PIMA, an action plan has been drafted and implementation of project appraisal systems is anticipated to improve the pace of implementation in future years,” the report stated.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has long criticised Government for slow implementation of PSIP and at one time promised to write the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Washington, DC, over the alleged corrupt practices of the David Granger Administration in relation to this.Jagdeo said these practices have led to a stagnation of the PSIP. He further pointed out that even in the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC)-controlled administrative regions, the implementation is low. At the national level, PSIP, he said is being under-implemented.“If you look at the PSIP, it is an abysmal failure. Now we are seeing that the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is working with the Government to improve the performance of the PSIP, and this could see the possible setting up of a ‘delivery unit,” Jagdeo had disclosed.A statement from the IDB local office on Wednesday indicated that, in an effort to support Government’s endeavours to improve effectiveness and accountability in the delivery of public services to citizens through the implementation of the PSIP, the international financial institution has engaged the services of a top consulting firm specialised in this area to provide necessary support.According to the IDB missive late last year, most Governments place too much emphasis on policy and less on the importance of effective project implementation. As such, it was noted, the delivery unit model was a simple but rigorous approach, in which there is a systematic process through which system leaders drive progress and achieve results – in this case specifically of capital projects carried out.The IDB said this model was characterised by its emphasis on defining a set of limited clear priorities and goals focused on outcomes for citizens, and rigorous data-based monitoring of progress and coordination among involved parties. Through implementation of these principles, the model aims to clarify what success means for the Government, and thereby increase the speed of delivery of benefits to citizens.In February, Minister of State Joseph Harmon had urged senior public service officials, mainly Permanent Secretaries (PSs) and Regional Executive Officers (REOs), gathered for the opening of a Public Policy Analysis Management and Project Cycle Management Training Programme, to step up their game and make more effort to become efficient in handling Government’s affairs on a daily basis.Harmon had said the role of these senior public officials, who are decision makers and senior technicians within the Public Sector, was one which was important to the Government. “And as you are well aware, there is cause to have serious conversations with PSs and REOs with respect to the manner in which we were handling our responsibilities… We have to step up our game and become better,” he asserted.He continued, “The Ministers of the Government lay out policies and you are responsible for administration. So, do not see yourself as pen pushers and paper pushers. You have an important responsibility in ensuring that the projects which have been identified and for which budgetary allocations have been made, that they are carried out.”
Children interacting with presenters during one of the sessions (CCPA image)Youths from several villages in Region Nine (Upper Takutu–Upper Essequibo) were recently taught how to identify abuse and report same.This was done through sensitisation sessions facilitated by the Child Care and Protection Agency (CCPA) in observance of National Youth Week, and the CCPA said the sessions were held in collaboration with the Schools Welfare Department in the villages of Karasabai and Tiger Pond in the North Pakaraimas. The sessions were geared towards helping the children pinpoint abuse and “tell” trustworthy adults.Some 509 children from the Karasabai Nursery and Primary schools, along with children from the Tiger Pond Nursery and Primary schools, participated in the event.Sessions were also held with teachers in the area, to help them recognise child abuse in their classrooms; and they were reminded of their responsibility to report such instances to the relevant authorities.A Child Protection Officer also participated in a round-table discussion aimed at addressing social issues youths face in today’s society. This was done at the St. Ignatius Secondary School.The activity was intended to challenge youths, and persons involved with them on a daily basis, to take a stand against child abuse. This year, National Youth Week, observed in Guyana from May 18 to 25, was held under the theme ‘Inspire and Build Resilient Youth’.The CCPA revealed in April that there has been a growing number of reported child abuse cases in Guyana, and for last year, over 4900 such cases were recorded. This represents an alarming number, and the general consensus is that this scourge is fuelled by neglect and other social ills.Of this number of cases, 2400 were as a result of neglect. Up to January, 400 cases were reported, with 122 being of a sexual nature.Child Link had conducted a study, and disclosed just days prior to the CCPA announcement that children in Guyana were being abused even before they become mature.“National statistics compiled by Child Care and Protection Agency confirmed that abuse of children, both physical and sexual, starts from as young as zero to three (years old). The data indicates that the sexual abuse of girl children remains high in the country. The number of reported cases is as follows: 801 in 2018, 392 in 2017, and 616 in 2016. Similarly, cases reported for boy children were 179 in 2018, 442 in 2017 and 118 in 2016,” ChildLink researcher Samantha Alleyne told the gathering.According to her, it has been found that children between the ages of 8 and 18 are more vulnerable to these attacks.In just over two months into this year, 400 reports of child abuse were already received by the Child Care and Protection Agency.
From news services The ball Barry Bonds hit for his record-breaking 756th home run will be branded with an asterisk and sent to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Fashion designer Marc Ecko, who bought the ball in an online auction, set up a Web site for fans to vote on the ball’s fate, and Wednesday announced the decision to brand it won out over the other options – sending it to Cooperstown unblemished or launching it into space. Ecko said he believed the vote to brand the ball showed people thought “this was shrouded in a chapter of baseball history that wasn’t necessarily the clearest it could be.” Ecko, whom Bonds called “an idiot” last week, had the winning bid Sept. 15 in the online auction for the ball that Bonds hit Aug. 7 to break Hank Aaron’s record of 755 home runs. The final selling price was $752,467, well above most predictions that assumed Bonds’ status as a lightning rod for the steroids debate in baseball would depress the value. The asterisk suggests Bonds’ record is tainted by alleged steroid use. The slugger has denied knowingly using performance-enhancing drugs. Fans brought signs with asterisks on them to ballparks as he neared Aaron’s hallowed mark. Bonds publicist Rachael Vizcarra did not immediately respond to an e-mail sent early Wednesday seeking comment about the ball’s fate. Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland was not a fan of the decision. “I disagree with that totally, because I don’t think there should be an asterisk on it,” said Leyland, Bonds’ first skipper with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Leyland later agreed with a columnist, who said he thought the Hall of Fame was disrespecting Bonds for accepting the ball with the asterisk on it. Hall of Fame president Dale Petroskey said accepting the ball did not mean the Hall in Cooperstown, N.Y., endorses the viewpoint that Barry Bonds used drugs. “This ball wouldn’t be coming to Cooperstown if Marc hadn’t bought it from the fan who caught it and then let the fans have their say,” Petroskey told The Associated Press. “We’re delighted to have the ball. It’s a historic piece of baseball history.” Hall of Fame officials and Ecko are discussing how to affix the asterisk on the ball. It’s not yet known when the ball will go on display. Bonds played his final home game in a San Francisco uniform Wednesday night. Leyland wants to stay put Leyland is scheduled to meet with Detroit Tigers president Dave Dombrowski the day after the regular season ends, and the manager wants to have his contract extended. “I hope that when I leave Monday, I will be the manager of the Tigers through 2009,” Leyland said before the home finale against Minnesota. Dombrowski doesn’t expect it to be a problem to agree on a win-win deal. “I hope to have Jim Leyland as our manager for many, many years,” Dombrowski said. Around the leagues Pirates: Second baseman Freddy Sanchez, last year’s NL batting champion, will sit out the final five games of the season because of a shoulder injury that will require arthroscopic surgery Friday. The procedure will essentially repair a separated shoulder and is not expected to set back his offseason conditioning program. The shoulder is expected to be normal within six to eight weeks. Reds: Infielder Jerry Gil was activated off the 60-day disabled list and outfielder Ryan Freel was placed on the 60-day disabled list. Yankees Right-hander Roger Clemens will remain in Florida to continue his rehab program for a strained left hamstring while New York closes out the regular season this weekend at Baltimore. … Manager Joe Torre and owner George Steinbrenner discussed a variety of topics over lunch, but Torre’s future was not one of them. In the final year of his contract, Torre spent about an hour at the Yankees’ spring training facility near Tampa with Steinbrenner, General Manager Brian Cashman, Steinbrenner’s sons Hal and Hank, and team senior vice president Felix Lopez. Mets: Utility player Marlon Anderson attended a hearing for the appeal of his two-game suspension and was incensed after reading umpire Dan Iassogna’s account of their recent argument. “I thought it went good,” Anderson said about the hearing. “I addressed the lies that he said in his report.” Anderson was ejected by Iassogna for arguing a called third strike in the ninth inning of a Sept.15 game against the Phillies. After a heated argument, Anderson threw his batting helmet toward the plate when he reached the dugout. He also drew a fine for the outburst. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Tottenham Hotspur players celebrate scoring against Bournemouth Mauricio Pochettino has warned Tottenham’s title rivals his players will only get stronger during the run-in after Spurs dispatched Bournemouth 3-0 to keep the heat on Leicester.Harry Kane scored twice at White Hart Lane, the first after 44 seconds, and he then set up a third as Christian Eriksen completed a comfortable victory.It means the gap between Tottenham and Leicester is back to five points, following the Foxes’ win at Crystal Palace on Saturday, but Pochettino’s men are now free of distractions, having been knocked out of the Europa League on Thursday.“It’s true we go into a different period now to recently,” Pochettino said.“After the international break we’ll play one game every week, and we’ll have time to prepare games in a different way, to training, to improve and do a lot of things that were impossible before.“We are in a moment where we need to see our future in a very good way. It’s important to keep working hard and fight in every game.”
A devoted daughter made an amazing journey today to ensure that her dad would not lose out once again after he previously lost his council seat by just ONE vote!Donegal county councillor Jimmy Kavanagh was heartbroken in 2004 when he lost his seat by just one vote in the local elections.His daughter Lea now lives in San Francisco but follows her dad’s political career closely. For the past few weeks while Jimmy’s family and friends were canvassing door to door in Letterkenny for the Fine Gael councillor, Lea felt a little helpless.It didn’t help that the same family and friends kept reminding her how her ONE vote could be the difference to her dad continuing his political career.Leah Kavanagh who made a surprise trip home from America to cast her vote pictured with her father outgoing Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh, her mother Rosin and her sister Michelle Connely and nephew Jack pictured as they all cast their vote in Letterkenny. Yesterday. Photo Brian McDaid.So nothing would do Lea than to make the 7,985km journey to make sure she was able to vote for her beloved dad.She flew in today just in time to put an ‘x’ in the box beside her dad’s name. A delighted Jimmy, who knew nothing of the secret trip, was speechless when Lea turned up at a polling station at Trinity Hal in Letterkenny in Letterkenny.Jimmy told Donegal Daily “I was just speechless. I didn’t now what to say. It’s wonderful to have all the family together now for what hopefully be a great occasion.”Lea, who works in investments in the US, has been in the US for five years but was determined to make the 17-hour journey to vote for her dad.Leah Kavanagh who made a surprise trip home from America to cast her vote pictured with her father outgoing Cllr Jimmy Kavanagh, her mother Rosin and her sister Michelle Connely pictured as they all cast their vote in Letterkenny. Yesterday. Photo Brian McDaid.“I flew into Dublin and then took another flight from Dublin to Carrickfin Airport. It was amazing to fly into Donegal.“I felt so helpless not being able to canvass for him over the past six weeks so hopefully my vote will help him a little. I really do hope he does it again,” she said. All will be revealed on Sunday whether Lea’s marvellous journey was worth it – if her dad gets across the line.Outgoing Fine Gael Cllr. Jimmy Kavanagh’s expression says it all as he spots his daughter Leah who made a surprise trip home from America to cast her vote in Letterkenny yesterday. Photo Brian McDaid.Local Election 2019: Daughter’s amazing journey to help dad make it count! was last modified: May 26th, 2019 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:Cllr Jimmy Kavanaghcounty councillor. Leah Kavanaghletterkennysan francisco
Finn Harps’ woes continued last night as they were again beaten – this time by league newcomers Mervue United.Harps looked like they might have secured a draw and snatched what would have been the first points for new managerial combo of Peter Hutton and Felix Healy.But seven minutes from normal time, the Galway side popped up to snatch all three points thanks to a Tom King goal in the 83rd minute. Indeed it was King who opened the scoring in the 36th minute for Mervue at Fahy’s field.However Harps continued to battle bravely and were rewarded with a 55th minute equaliser by Marc Brolly.However with the game looking like ending in stalemate, King proved he had the royal touch when he netted in the 83rd minute.The strength in dept of the Donegal side’s squad is now beginning to tell as the first series of games comes to a close – one which the Finnsiders will want to forget as quickly as possible. Manager Peter Hutton has admitted his young side are vastly inexperienced.The return to the side of the likes of Conor O’Grady and Gareth Harkin cannot come quick enough.EndsHARPS BEATEN BY LATE MERVUE GOAL TO SINK LOWER was last modified: May 14th, 2011 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)
*Intermediate Championship*CLG BnaG v CarndonaghMoyle Park, Saturday @ 6 & 7.30pmOur Senior and Reserve teams are in Championship action this weekend when they take on Carndonagh in the group opener. Naighbours Fanad Gaels are also in the group and play away to St Nauls. Throw in times for teh games are 6pm and 7.30pm, all support would be greatly appreciated*Donegal Ladies*Well done to Amber Barrett, Niamh Carr and all the Donegal team and management who won the division 2 Final on Saturday with a 3-17 to 0-13 win over Westmeath in Parnell Park, with Amber scoring 1-2 from corner forward. Well done all! *Seniors*Cloughaneey 0-10 CLG BnaG 2-9Na Galloglaigh continued their fine away form this season with a very good win over Cloughaneely in Falcarragh on Saturday night. In horrendous conditions it was Cloughaneely who started brightest registering the first score but in the 3rd minute, and Na Galloglaighs first attack of note, Gary Merritt hammered to the net from a tight angle. Cloughaneely responded well to go a point ahead before on 12 minutes Na Galloglaigh got a huge slice of luck when an underhit David Curley effort was spilled by the Cloughaneely keeper into his own net to leave the score 0-4 to 2-0. BnaG got further good fortune right on the stroke of half time when Cloughaneely had a man sent off for kicking Christopher Barrett on the ground with the score 0-5 to 2-4. The 14 men of Cloughaneely responded very very well after the break and closed the gap to just 3 points, but when the pressure was really on in the middle third of the half the boys answered back with 3 of their own put 6 between the sides. Cloughaneely threw everything they could at the boys but 2 top top class saves from Caolan Mc Gettigan late in the game saw the boys emerge with a hard earned win, 0-10 to 2-9.Team: Caolan McGettigan, Brandon Toye, Barry McNulty, Conor McNulty, Gary Merritt (1-0), Paddy Peoples, Tj Evesson (0-2), Luke Barrett (0-1), Sean Black, Darragh Black, Pauric Curley (0-1), Joey Cullen, David Curley (1-2), Christopher Barrett, Cathal Mc Gettigan (0-2). Subs: Jonny Logue (0-1) for S. Black (BC, 45m), Kyle Black for D. Black (58m), Kieran Sheridan for Cathal McGettigan (BC, 61m), Dean Burgess, Cormac Friel*Reserves*Cloughaneely 1-17 CLG BnaG 2-5The Reserves recent good form came to an abrupt end in Falcarragh on Saturday night as they suffered their 2nd loss of the season to Cloughaneely. Played in difficult conditions it was Cloughaneely who adapted best to them as they dominated the first half. Their strength around the middle and speed and movement of inside forwards caused Na Galloglaigh lots of problems and they went in at half time witha comfortable lead, 1-11 to 0-2. Cloughaneely got the first score of teh second half but a spirited 10 minute spell saw Na Galloglaigh get themselves back into the game. Firstly a long range speculative effort from Gary Helferty dropped over the keepers head and into the net. This was followed soon after by another goal when Hayden Curran reacted quickest to a breaking ball to palm home from close range. Points from Helferty and Paul Fisher had the margin back to 6 points but unfortunately that was as close as it got. Cloughaneely used their experience to see out the game with another few points towards the end. Next up for the Reserves is home to Carndonagh in the Championship next Saturday. Team: Sean Gallagher, Cathal Diver, Paul Grier, Cormac Friel, Kieran Mc Laughlin, Cormac Toland, Dean Burgess (0-1), Caolan Bolton, Paul Sweeney, Emmet Conaghan, Paul Fisher (0-1), PJ Hagan, Gary Helferty (1-3), James Whelan, Hayden Curran. Subs: James McGinley for Curran (52m), Conall McFadden*U12s*Our U12s had a great start to their league campaign with a victory over Glenswilly last Wednesday night. It was a great team performance with some fine tackling and some excellent scores. The goals were scored by Anthony Curran (2), Liam Donnelly, Dara Kelly Cullen and Jordan Ryan while Johnny McCallum had a great game in nets with some excellent saves. Next up is Cloughaneely at home next Wednesday 11th at 6.30pm The B team put in a great performance against Glenswilly. This was the same team that our A team played and although Glenswilly ran out winners there were some excellent performances. Daithi McGinley got 2 great goals, Aidan McCullough made some great saves, Diarmuid Coyle, Oran Friel and Aidan McGettigan marshaled the defence with Lorcan Sweeney winning a lot of ball in midfield. Up front Dylan McGarry had a great game along with Lorcan Blaney.*Lotto*This weeks lotto numbers were 1-6-7-14. No jackpot winner, 4 match 3 winners, win €20 each. Joanne Duggan, John O’Connor, Jake & Dane Dunworth, and Fiona & Eddie Shiels. Next weeks Jackpot is €2,420. Don’t forget you can enter the lotto from the comfort of your own home by playing through our own FREE Club App. Usual rules apply, pick 4 numbers per box, €2 and €5 options available. Numbers must be entered before 10pm or else they roll over to the next week. Perfect way for our many supporters and exiles overseas who would like to continue to support their Club. *Underage Coaching*Anyone interested in getting involved in the coaching of underage teams are asked to contact Nigel Black (086-8128869) or Aidan Cannon (087-6784787)*Lotto Database*Lotto database players are reminded that end of year payments are now due. Anyone wishing to join the lotto database in 2016 can download the standing order form from the Club website or contact Joe McNulty. The benefits of joining the database are:– Full family membership for 2016 included– Entered into every draw every week– Automatically in Christmas hamper draw (One for database members only)– 11 weeks free entry to lotto draw*Lotto Sellers Required*The Club is seeking lotto sellers in the Milford, Ramelton and Rathmullan areas. If you are interested contact Joe McNulty on 086-8547114*Contact Us*For all information and queries contact MilfordDonegalGAA@Gmail.com, follow us on Twitter on @CLGBnaG, and on Facebook on www.facebook.com/clgbaile.nangalloglach or see our website www.clgbnag.com*CLG BnaG Club Gear*A selection of club gear is available to order. Photos and prices of these items are on the club website and on the new Team App. Orders can be placed with Agnes Ryan 0868194751 GAA NEWS: MILFORD FACE CARNDONAGH IN INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP CLASH was last modified: May 10th, 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:GAAMilfordSport
MET Eireann has issued a weather warning tonight for frost and fog in Co Donegal, creating difficult driving conditions inland.Temperatures could drop to -3 in some rural areas overnight, following widespread frost on Friday night/Saturday morning.Fog will be dense in places and there are already reports of thick fog on Barnesmore Gap this evening. The same cold night-time conditions are expected to continue right through until Wednesday.The good news is that we will have bright sunny days for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday – with temperatures between 9c and 12c.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedFollow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldaily Follow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comWEATHER WARNING: ICE AND FOG HIT COUNTY AS TEMPERATURES DROP was last modified: November 6th, 2011 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) Tags:donegal weatherdonegaldaily.com weatherfog iceweather news donegalWEATHER WARNING: ICE AND FOG HIT COUNTY AS TEMPERATURES DROP