St Angela’s and St. Pius move into semis, -West and South Ruimveldt also advanceTHE semi-finalists for this year’s Smalta Girls Pee Wee schools’ football competition have been decided following action yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground,Carifesta Avenue.In the first of the quarter-final games, enterprise surrendered to South Ruimveldt 2-0 with strikes from Raven Jacobs (17th) and Shania Sealey (26th).They will be joined by St Angela’s who prevailed over St. Stephens 1-0 through Nikosi St. Jules.Game three was keenly contested between St Pius and North Georgetown with eventual winners St Pius opening the scoring through Donna Lowe (5th) minute and then doubling the lead in the 20th through Kerry Boyce. North Georgetown scored its consolation goal through Alicia James in the 26th and seemed to be on course for a tie when time ran out on them.West Ruimveldt, in game four booked their spot in the finals,compliment of an own goal by St Agnes in the 19th while Amanda McPherson sealed the deal in the 29th.In the semi-finals billed for tomorrow, South Ruimveldt will take on St. Angela’s while West Ruimveldt does battle against St. Pius.In the 9-16 section, F.E Pollard overcame Redeemer 2-1 with a brace from Talia Wharton (5th and 8th) while the consolation goal came from Oldacia Wilson (13th) while Winfer Garden won via walkover against St. Gabriel.Game three saw another walkover, this time for Tucville over Stella Maris while Smith’s memorial won via the same route over St. Margaret’sAlso carded for tomorrow is the 13-16 Section where St. Margaret’s plays St. Gabriel and Stella Maris takes on Redeemer. In the 9-12 match, Smith Memorial opposes Winfer Gardens while Tucville plays F.E. PollardIn the 5-8 class, Enterprise is carded to play St. Stephen’s while North Georgetown laces up to face St. Agnes.
February 27, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditCHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Grant Riller had 24 points as College of Charleston topped Delaware 80-71 on Thursday night.Brevin Galloway had 19 points for College of Charleston (16-13, 10-7 Colonial Athletic Association), which snapped its four-game losing streak. Sam Miller added 16 points and eight rebounds.College of Charleston totaled 52 points in the second half, a season high for the team. Riller carries Coll. Of Charleston over Delaware 80-71 Associated Press Justyn Mutts had 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Fightin’ Blue Hens (20-10, 10-7). Nate Darling added 18 points. Ryan Allen had 12 points.The Cougars improve to 2-0 against the Fightin’ Blue Hens on the season. College of Charleston defeated Delaware 75-63 on Dec. 30. College of Charleston finishes out the regular season against Drexel at home on Saturday. Delaware finishes out the regular season against UNC Wilmington on the road on Saturday.___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___ This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
RYAN Farias was returned as president of the Rupununi Football Association (RFA) when the Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Saturday, November 30, at the St Ignatius Secondary School.The full executive reads: Ryan Farias (President), Curtis Buckley (First Vice President), Nobert Williams (Second Vice President), John Abraham Third Vice President), John Adams (Fourth Vice President), Troy Benjamin (Secretary), Deborah Allicock (Treasurer), Amanda Campion (Assistant Secretary/Treasurer).The Committee Members are Joshua Fredericks, Colin Henry, Errol McGarrell, Leroy Johnson, Sean Curtright, Viviane George and Roy Andrews.Clubs present were Paiwomak Warriors, Sun Parakeets, Tabatinga, Rising Stars, Gladiators, Guyana Rush Saints, Terminators, Strikers, Snipers, Titans United, Shiriri and Far East United Sports Club.Four new clubs were admitted fully to the RFA namely, Moco Moco FC, Spartans FC, Rewa Sports Club and Potarnau Sky Kings FC.Commenting on his re-election to serve his second term as president, Farias expressed thanks to the clubs for reposing confidence in him to lead the body for the next two years, whilst outlining his plans.“The focus for this new executive for the next two years would be one, to have qualified coaches for all our clubs, to have more referees qualified, to have three to four male players in the national team who will be representing Guyana at the 2026 FIFA World Cup bid and to be able to compete at any tournament level among the other Regional Members Associations.”Farias also noted that it is very challenging to travel around so they are also going to pursue the idea of a vehicle to help address this issue with the assistance of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF).Performing duties as the Returning Officer was Mr James La Rose on behalf of the GFF.
Donegal GAA star Eamon McGee has told Junior Cert students unhappy at their results they received today not to worry! McGee said that those unsatisfied with their performance in the state examination should take solace from Manchester United and Real Madrid!McGee said the two biggest clubs in the world couldn’t even sign transfer papers properly and botched the proposed transfer of David De Gea. McGee tweeted the following message on his social media timeline,McGee tweeted, “Man U and Real, 2 of the top teams in the world couldn’t sign transfer papers properly weeks ago so any junior certers out there don’t worry!!The hilarious tweet has been retweeted by dozens of followers of McGee on Twitter.Donegal fans will be hoping the influential defender will return for Rory Gallagher’s side for next season’s Ulster and All-Ireland campaigns. DONEGAL STAR TELLS JUNIOR CERT STUDENTS TO KEEP IT ‘REAL’ was last modified: September 9th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:newsSport