Gardai investigating criminal damage incidents in Letterkenny and Ballybofey

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Twitter Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gardai are appealing for information following a number of criminal damage incidents in recent days.A window at a house in Letterkenny was smashed while in a separate incident, a house in Ballybofey was vandalised with graffiti.Gardaí are seeking witnesses to a criminal damage incident that occurred at a house in Fairgreen Hill in the early hours of Thursday morning last at around 1.40am.A window at the front of the house was smashed.Three youths were observed running from the house in question following the incident.They did not run towards the exit of the estate, they ran further into the estate.Meanwhile Gardai are also appealing for information in relation to a criminal damage incident that occurred at Glenpatrick Park, Ballybofey between the 12th and the 14th of July.The rear of a wall to a property was sprayed with graffiti in the Park.Gardai are appealing to anyone with information in relation to both incidents to contact them in Letterkenny on 074-9167100. WhatsApp Google+ Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA center_img DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Gardai investigating criminal damage incidents in Letterkenny and Ballybofey Pinterest Previous articleDerry Chamber CEO seeks clarity for businesses ahead of BrexitNext articleNo new Covid deaths in North for 8th day News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook By News Highland – July 21, 2020 last_img read more

Dimitar Berbatov’s Premier League predictions including Leicester City vs Man Utd

first_img Comment The curtain is finally set to come down on the 2019/20 Premier League season (Pictures: REX/METRO.CO.UK)It has been a memorable Premier League campaign for any number of reasons and we are in store for a fitting finale on Sunday.Liverpool may have wrapped up the title a long time ago, but the scramble for European qualification is set to go to the wire. Manchester United and Leicester City face off in what is effectively a straight shootout at the King Power, while Chelsea must avoid defeat at home against Wolves.At the other end of the table, two of Watford, Aston Villa and Bournemouth will be relegated to The Championship. A day of twists and turns awaits and Betfair Ambassdor Dimitar Berbatov previews the action for…AdvertisementAdvertisementLeicester City v Man Utd Troy Deeney will need to put in a big performance if Watford are to have any hope of surviving (Picture: Getty)I don’t see how Watford will pull off a miracle and survive. I hope they can prove me wrong. I don’t get them sacking their manager when they had two huge games to go, it just makes things so confusing for the players and everybody connected to the team. Arsenal will want to bounce back from that defeat on Tuesday, I think they have something going for them, Arteta knows what he is doing and I think he has a good understanding with the players, in my opinion they will reap the benefits of his appointment in the future. Dimitar’s Prediction: 2-0Betfair Exchange Odds: Arsenal- 21/20, Watford- 3/1, Draw- 3/1Burnley vs Brighton Advertisement Liverpool finally got their hands on the Premier League trophy in midweek (Picture: Getty)Now that Liverpool have lifted the trophy and have been crowned champions people may think that they will their high standards slip, but when you’re in that situation all you want to do is win every game. Newcastle will want to finish the season on a high, they have done really well this season and I can see them being a tough opponent for Klopp’s side. Dimitar’s Prediction: 2-4.Betfair Exchange Odds: Newcastle- 8/1, Liverpool- 2/5, Draw- 4/1Southampton vs Sheffield United Aston Villa handed themselves a lifeline with their midweek win over Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Aston Villa got a massive win against Arsenal on Tuesday, but the job is far from over. They need another massive performance to make sure they are safe. It’s in Villa’s hands so they need to help themselves, they have some great players and I hope they stay up, they need to be really motivated and can’t make any mistakes. Dimitar’s Prediction: 1-2.Betfair Exchange Odds: West Ham- 9/4, Villa- 11/8, Draw- 11/4AdvertisementMORE: Dimitar Berbatov blasts Gareth Bale over Real Madrid bench anticsMORE: Berbatov sends Manchester United warning over Jadon Sancho transferFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Nick Pope is still in contention to win the Premier League Golden Gloves award (Picture: Getty)I have been impressed this season with Burnley, they have played some good football at times and I am sure that they will have surprised a lot of people. It’s not been easy for them since the return but I think they have done a good job given the issues they had with some player contracts. Brighton will be delighted with how they have avoided the relegation battle and I see this one turning out to be a draw. Dimitar’s Prediction: 2-2.Betfair Exchange Odds: Burnley- 11/8, Brighton- 9/4, Draw- 5/2Chelsea vs Wolves Advertisement Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham will look to end the season with a fifth win in six games (Picture: Getty)I watched Spurs against Leicester and I think they played some good football and they were strong on the counter attack, which is how they scored their goals. It shows you that when it matters, Mourinho knows how to approach a game and when you have the players like he does at Spurs, then it is easier to implement what you want, especially with the speed of Son and Lucas Moura, as well as the goal scoring instinct of Harry Kane. I can see Spurs winning the final game. Dimitar Prediction: 0-1.Betfair Exchange Odds: Palace- 11/2, Spurs- 4/6, Draw- 10/3Everton vs Bournemouthcenter_img Bournemouth can still survive despite having won just one of their last 12 matches (Picture: Getty)It looks very difficult for Bournemouth, but while there’s still a possibility of survival the players will be fighting for it. When you’re chasing safety it is the worst thing ever, I remember at Bayer Leverkusen we were in a relegation battle the season after reaching the Champions League final, it was so difficult and tense, in the end when we were safe we celebrated like we’d just won the Champions League. So, Bournemouth know that they can only do their job and hope for a miracle. I want to see them fight and produce a good game. Dimitar’s Prediction: 1-2.Betfair Exchange Odds: Everton- 5/4, Bournemouth- 3/1, Draw- 9/4Man City vs Norwich Dimitar BerbatovSaturday 25 Jul 2020 11:06 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link2.8kShares Jamie Vardy represents a major threat to Man Utd’s Champions League hopes (Picture: Getty)Well, this is the big one, it’s a massive game for both teams. The players just need to go out onto the, do their job and win the game. That is easier said than done, you can scream, shout and motivate yourself as much as you like in the dressing room but sometimes the moment you step onto the pitch you s**t your pants. It will be a tense moment because we all know what is on the line, in this case both sets of players will know. The confidence must be there, the United players just need to stay focused and get the job done. It’s difficult for me to predict this one, but I really hope United can get the job done and qualify for the Champions League. Dimitar’s Prediction: 1-2.ADVERTISEMENTBetfair Exchange Odds: Leicester- 9/4, Man Utd- 11/8, Draw- 5/2Arsenal vs Watford Man City legend David Silva plays his final Premier League game on Sunday (Picture: Getty)Norwich aren’t playing for anything and they have been awful the last couple of games. City will want to finish strong and people who want to score goals will look to take that opportunity on Sunday. Their next game after this is against Real Madrid, so they will want to go into that pumped, full of confidence. Dimitar’s Prediction: 5-0.AdvertisementBetfair Exchange Odds: Man City- 1/10, Norwich- 37/1, Draw- 13/1Newcastle vs Liverpool Christian Pulisic has been in sensational form for Chelsea since the restart (Picture: Getty)This is a big game for Chelsea, they won’t want to slip up, it is going to be a tough game for both teams. Despite Wednesday’s result I think Chelsea will still be confident. Wolves will want to finish the season on a high and they can still achieve a top five finish which would be an amazing achievement. I can see this one being quite entertaining. Dimitar Prediction: 3-3.AdvertisementAdvertisementBetfair Exchange Odds: Chelsea- 10/11, Wolves- 7/2, Draw- 3/1Crystal Palace vs Tottenham Danny Ings is still in contention to win the Premier League Golden Boot (Picture: Getty)Both teams will be happy with how they have done this season and I’m hoping that in this one we will see a pure game of football with lots of attacking. Danny Ings is still fighting for the golden boot so he will want to score a few to give himself the best chance to be the league’s top goal scorer. It’s not going to be easy for him to do it but I’m sure he’ll be giving it a try. Dimitar’s Prediction: 3-1.Betfair Exchange Odds: Southampton- 5/4, Sheffield- 5/2, Draw- 5/2West Ham vs Aston Villa Dimitar Berbatov’s Premier League predictions including Leicester City vs Man Utdlast_img read more

Syracuse men’s soccer beats Boston College, 2-0, in physical matchup

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 17, 2016 at 12:19 am Contact Matt: [email protected] Chris Nanco punched the ground and yelled out in frustration. The senior forward went to send a cross into the middle of the box when he was tackled by two Boston College defenders. As he pulled his hand up from the ground, grass flew and his hands rifled high in the air, both knees still planted on the ground.“Where’s the call,” Nanco yelled.Redshirt senior midfielder Liam Callahan and senior midfielder Oyvind Alseth sprinted over to the officials, demanding for a penalty but got nothing in return except a stern warning to go back to playing.“It was a clear foul,” Nanco said. “There was clear contact.”This was the kind of physical play that dominated Friday night’s game at SU Soccer Stadium. The No. 5 Orange (7-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast) defeated No. 15 Boston College (4-2, 1-1), 2-0, but the bad blood dates back to last year when Syracuse defeated the Eagles in the NCAA tournament to move to its first College Cup in team history.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBoth sides traded blows early on, and as the game progressed, tempers began to flare.“These are fun nights,” Syracuse head coach Ian McIntyre said. “These were two teams beating the snot out of each other and that’s what makes our game attractive.”In the 24th minute, freshman forward Johannes Pieles received a yellow card for a hit to the knee of BC’s Zeiko Lewis.Twelve minutes later, Nanco turned off a pass, spun around an Eagles defender and headed straight for the box. He quickly made his way to the edge, ready to send a cross to Kenny Lassiter when he was struck by two BC defenders.“You can’t do that,” yelled a raucous Syracuse crowd.But no call was made as the Orange players erupted in frustration.A Jonathan Hagman goal in the 50th minute only mounted the tension. One minute later a cross was sent Nanco’s way. As he ran toward the goal from the left side, he leapt into the air for the header, but was taken out from underneath by Boston College’s Joshua Forbes. Nanco and Forbes had been battling all night, but this time looked vicious. Forbes came underneath an airborne Nanco, as the SU forward quickly came toppling down on his right shoulder.This time, Nanco slapped both hands on the ground in anger. But just as the first hit, no foul was called. Callahan argued with an official and an Eagles defender.“All they were trying to do was get fouls and slow the game down,” Alseth said.In the 76th minute, Callahan took a shoulder and elbow to the back as he went up for a header. Callahan laid on the ground for several minutes as the official pulled a red card on BC freshman defender Younes Boudadi. A warning followed to Forbes who punched the ground following Boudadi’s ejection.SU was quick to respond with a hit of its own though. Less than a minute later, Boston College’s Fintan Devlin rose up for a header. He was met by a surging John-Austin Ricks who sent Devlin tumbling to the ground and out of the game. After a few minutes on the ground with assistance from a trainer, Devlin walked off under his own power, but kept a hand on his face and forehead.About 10 minutes later, Callahan was the victim of a nasty slide tackle that again resulted in a no-call. Players from both sides quickly began surrounding the officials following the tackle.“Don’t get involved, Liam” McIntyre yelled from the sidelines. “Go be a senior, Louis.”Senior defender Louis Cross and Callahan turned to McIntyre with their arms raised.“I didn’t do anything, coach,” Callahan yelled.When the final three minutes came around, Nanco stole the ball from an Eagles defender and booted it over the fence surrounding the field. He turned around and stared down the line of the Boston College bench, the final stare down in a game full of them.“There’s no doubt they’ll be another chapter,” McIntyre said. “We’ve had some really good battles with Boston College in the last few years. This is what makes rivalries and these are the intense battles that you want to be in.” Commentslast_img read more

How Warriors stole Game 2 despite influx of injuries

first_imgThe Warriors scored a 109-104 victory over the Toronto Raptors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on … Click here if you’re unable to view the photo gallery on your mobile device.[vemba-video id=”van/sc/2019/06/03/bang_b8828faa-f54d-4b20-8703-962ec56b313c”]TORONTO – The Warriors have a team full of unhealthy All-Stars.The Warriors’ identity, though, does not hinge only on their star players. It also rests on having a championship fabric that can absorb many tugs without getting ripped.last_img read more

Steph, Ayesha Curry play Santa on Ellen DeGeneres special

first_imgWatching the reactions of children when they’re in the presence of Stephen Curry is absolutely priceless.Their eyes become saucers. Their mouths fly open. A gaze of utter disbelief comes over their faces.It happened again recently when the Golden State Warriors star and his wife, Ayesha, visited the East Oakland Boxing Association (EOBA) for a segment on the NBC holiday special, “Ellen’s Greatest Night of Giveaways.”“Is this real?!” a kid is heard asking. “Are you really Steph …last_img read more

Manny doing just fine

first_imgPH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss “Broner was pressing his left glove on Manny and it rubbed on his eyes,” said best friend and chief trainer Fernandez in Filipino.Pacquiao also wore dark eyeglasses during the post-fight press conference.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsThat triggered rumors that Pacquiao suffered a serious eye injury, like a detached retina which ended the career of Hall of Famer Sugar Ray Leonard in the 1980s.‘Be careful’ Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Buboy: Face Floyd, then quit International media reported that Pacquiao’s injury was caused by a devastating 1-2 punch from Broner.Website stated that “according to a member of Pacquiao’s camp who requested anonymity, the 40-year-old welterweight champ stayed up all night after the Broner bout playing chess, but complained of pain and vision loss in his left eye on Sunday morning.  ‘He told me it was like covering one eye with his hand,’ the source said.”Another camp member agreed with Fernandez, telling the Daily News that the injury was relatively minor, a corneal scratch from the tape on one of Broner’s gloves—an injury Pacquiao has suffered in previous fights.Yet another website,, even suggested that Pacquiao may have to retire because of the injury.“Everything seemed fine following the win on Saturday night, but Pacquiao woke up in great distress Sunday morning,” wrote 2Observers also feared that no Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather Jr. rematch would happen if indeed the Filipino’s eye is damaged.Three years ago, the two fought in the “Fight of the Century” and  Pacquiao wants to avenge his loss.He immediately challenged the unbeaten five-weight world champion Mayweather, 41, to a rematch after beating Broner.The retired Mayweather was at ringside in Las Vegas. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. (From left) Justin Fortune, Buboy Fernandez and Freddie Roach attend to Manny Pacquiao after the WBA welterweight champion’s match against Adrien Broner on Saturday in Las Vegas. Pacquiao’s camp assures the fighting senator’s left eye will heal in three days. —WENDELL ALINEA/MP PROMOTIONSHOLLYWOOD—Buboy Fernandez allayed fears about Manny Pacquiao’s left eye that was grazed by Adrien Broner’s glove during their WBA welterweight title bout in Las Vegas on Saturday night (Sunday, Philippine time).Fernandez said doctors have checked on Pacquiao after the eight-division champion complained of pain and partial loss of vision soon after he defeated Broner to keep his WBA belt at MGM Grand Arena.ADVERTISEMENT Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes In the post-fight press conference, Pacquiao was repeatedly asked about the rematch.“If [Mayweather] goes back to the ring and wants to challenge me, I’m a champion. Get back to the ring and we will fight again if he wants.  If he wants to come out of retirement, then announce it and challenge me. I’m a champion and I don’t pick any opponent,” said Pacquiao. —WITH A REPORT FROM CNN.COMSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte MOST READ Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants LATEST STORIES View comments Lacson backs proposal to elect president and vice president in tandem “I saw Broner doing that (long stance with right hand loaded up) because he was trying to launch that [Juan Manuel] Marquez punch on Manny,” said Fernandez.  “Totally he (Broner) abandoned his jabs.”That was when Fernandez warned Pacquiao to be cautious of Broner.Fernandez said doctors ordered Pacquiao to rest his eyes for three days.“The important thing is that our champion is safe,” added Fernandez.Conflicting reportsADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Nike Football launches The Last Game: The stars or the clones?

first_imgIt has already got more than 4 million page views in slightly under 24 hours on YouTubeIt’s not even been one day since it was posted on YouTube and it has already got more than 4 million page views in slightly under 24 hours.Nike, known for its quirky football focussed adverts, has come out with another brilliant advert titled Nike Football: The Last Game.The five-minute advert has the star players of the football world Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Neymar Junior, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andres Iniesta, David Luiz, Franck Ribery, Tim Howard and Ronaldo Fenomeno are battling it out with the ‘perfect’ clones.A story about risky football versus safe football, the advert shows how scientists and clones want to prove that riskless football is more effective while Ronaldo Fenomeno and the original players disagree, and are willing to risk everything to prove the scientist wrong.The advert shows you how risking everything is the only way to make this sport so awesome.There is only one way to know who is right: the Last Game.So who wins? The star players or the clones?last_img read more

Darren Sammy in Steve Smith’s defence: ‘Don’t kick a man when he is down’

first_imgFormer West Indies captain Darren Sammy said Steve Smith “looks ready” for return to action ahead of the start of the Global T20 Canada league on Wednesday. Sammy-led Toronto Nationals take on Vancouver Knights in the first match of the T20 tournament.Smith’s career was thrown into turmoil in March for his role in a ball-tampering scandal that took place in South Africa and earned the former Australia captain a 12-month ban from national and state teams.The suspension, however, does not extend to domestic tournaments outside his home nation so the 29-year-old Smith will be on the field for the Toronto Nationals on Thursday for the opening game of the inaugural Global T20 Canada event.”I’ve spoken to him as to the role I would love for him to play on the team. As to what’s going on in his mind I think only Jesus could tell you what is going on in his mind,” Toronto captain Sammy told a news conference. “But he looks ready.”Darren Sammy thrilled to team up with Steve Smith at Global Canada T20The game will be Smith’s first since he, vice-captain David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were banned by Cricket Australia for conspiring to scuff up the ball with sandpaper during the third test against South Africa.Smith was not made available to the media in the lead-up to the tournament but Sammy had nothing but praise for his new teammate.”So far he has been brilliant for the guys, especially the batsmen,” said Sammy.advertisement”They might not be able to copy what he does in terms of experience and batting situations and the process in which he prepares for a match, but it’s good to see how he goes about his business and good to learn from for the youngsters.”Smith apologised for the ball-tampering incident at a news conference during which he broke down several times and now Sammy feels it is time for everyone to move on from the incident that shook the cricket world.”Look, we all know what he’s done on the cricket field as a batsman,” said Sammy.”As a Christian when you commit sins there are punishments for your sins. It doesn’t mean everything is OK, but there is always forgiveness after you’ve committed your sins and you paid the price. And you move on.”We’ve done that. He missed out on (Indian Premier League), all that stuff. At the end of the day life goes on.”The 22-match tournament begins on Thursday just north of Toronto and concludes on July 15.(With inputs from Reuters)last_img read more