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SOCCER: DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES

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first_imgGlencar Inn Division Two Glenree United Reserves 1 Keadue Rovers Reserves 2Keadue Rovers had an encouraging win against Glenree at Central Park on Saturday. On what was a very cold day for football it was Keadue who were quick out of the blocks with striker Darragh Hanlon showing well up front. In the fifteenth minute the home side took the lead when Mark Sweeney flicked in a near post header from a corner. By twenty minutes Keadue were well on top and from a free kick, which came off the post, Damien Hanlon was on hand to knock it into the net from close range. Glenree had a good closing fifteen minutes to the half having a couple of long range strikes on goal. They were rewarded on the half time whistle, when following a header which was well saved by Keadue keeper Ben Boyle, Owen McLaughlin followed up with a close range effort to make it 2-1. Into the second half and it was mostly Glenree on the attack with Keadue playing a holding game. Apart from a couple of runs in behind the home defence, Glenree didn’t have any clear cut chances or force the home keeper into any saves. The home side held out for a good victory. A good display by both teams in difficult conditions. Darragh Hanlon was standing out for Keadue Rovers.Referee: Paul Doherty. Donegal Town Reserves 5 Gweedore United Reserves 2Donegal Town maintained their promotion push with a solid home performance against Gweedore United. Donegal dominated the early stages and deservedly took the lead when Joe McIntyre whipped the ball across the area for Gary Ward to hammer home at the far post. Sloppy defending allowed Gweedore back into the game as a misplaced pass out of defence from Donegal allowed Stephen O’Donnell to level things up with a fine finish from the edge of the area. Gweedore looked dangerous and created some good chances but it was the home side that went in ahead at the break when David Bustard prodded home a well placed through ball from Kevin Devaney. The stand out moment in the game came just after half time from Donegal’s left winger McIntyre. Upon receiving the ball in his own half, he bobbed and weaved his way past several defenders before coolly slotting the ball past the Gweedore ‘keeper to make it 3-1. Gweedore pulled a goal back when Joe Coyle broke the offside trap to put the game back in the balance. Donegal responded well and McIntyre restored the home side’s two goal advantage when his cross found its way into the back of the net. The win was sealed moments from time when substitute Paddy O’ Kennedy was taken down when through on goal. The subsequent penalty was dispatched by Donegal’s talisman Bustard to seal the victory. Good team performances from both sides with Joe McIntyre standing out for the hosts. Referee: John Mc Glanaghey.Milford United Reserves 1 Deele Harps 3Deele took another step towards the title with this win in Moyle View. Deele had the better of the opening exchanges and on twenty minutes Shane Gallagher opened his account with a smart finish. The goal spurred Milford into action and they came back into the game when good work by Lee Burke on the wing ended with Ciran Blaney firing home from a tight angle. Milford were then unlucky not to go ahead when Lee Burke hit the post. There was nothing to choose between the teams in the second half until Dermot Shiels struck a speculative shot which caught the keeper off his line and finished in the net. Milford went for broke and were caught when Gallagher netted his second to finish off the game.Downtown United 4 Tullyvinney Rovers 1Downtown United took the lead on 26minutes when Charles McLaughlin slotted home from 5yards. Tullyvinney Rovers equalised from the penalty spot on 31minutes when Redmond Doherty was adjudged to have handled the ball inside the Downtown United box. Garvin Tinney put the penalty away despite the best efforts of the Downtown keeper. Downtown regained the lead with 5minutes left in the first half. A great through ball from Gio People to Niall Bonner who raced clear and coolly slotted it past the outrushing Tullyvinney keeper.Downtown started the second half brightly with both Krissi McLaughlin and Niall Bonner going close for the home side. Downtown capitalised on their great start to the second half when Charles McLaughlin scored a 30 yard volley to put them 3-1 ahead. The Scoring was rounded off by the home sides’ Captain Redmond Doherty with a diving header from a great cross from the left boot of Niall Bonner. Best for Downtown was Niall Bonner while Garvin Tinney was best for TullyvinneyBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division Glenea United 4 Milford United 5In blustery conditions it was Milford who came out on top in the dying moments. The home side started brightly and pressed hard for the opening goal. They were rewarded on 25 minutes when Paul Sweeney was on hand to force the ball home after a scramble in the box after a corner. Milford equalized on 28 minutes when Peter Doherty was played through and he rounded the keeper to slot the ball home. Glenea regained the lead on the stroke of halftime. Ryan McFadden saw his initial effort well saved by the away keeper but Michael Barry was on hand slot home the rebound. In the 2nd half Milford started well and equalised on 60 minutes when Peter Doherty got on the end of a long throw to fire the ball into the net. Milford started to take control of the game and took the lead on 65 minutes when Joey Conlon drilled home from the edge of the area. Glenea got back into the game on 75 minutes when Brian Cuffe scored with an overhead kick from a Shane Ferry cross. Glena regained the lead on 90 minutes when Michael Barry slid the ball in at the near post after good work by John Mc Garvey. However in injury time all the home side’s good work was undone as Milford scored two goals to take victory. Mark Flood headed home at the back post and Brendan Murray drilled the ball home after a scramble to give his side victory. Best for Glena were John Harley and Sean Maguire, while Peter Doherty and PJ Hagan were best for Milford. Referee: Marty Mc GarrigleDunkineely Celtic 0 Rathmullan Celtic 2Dunkineely’s fight for survival in the Premier Division suffered a setback with this two nil defeat at home to Rathmullan Celtic. The scoreline does not reflect the effort and good play of the home team who despite conceding in the possession stakes created the better chances. The first half was a rather tame affair with neither team really dominating. Rathmullan had plenty of possession but never really troubled the home defence which restricted them to a few long range efforts. The best effort of the half came from Adrian Nesbitt for the home side whose curling shot from 18 yards was expertly tipped away by the visiting keeper. The game changed in a thirty second spell on 50 minutes. A Dunkineely corner was headed against the underside of the bar by Aaron Byrne and hit the keeper on the head before being cleared. Rathmullan broke and Oisin Mc Menamin beat the keeper to a long ball and lobbed it into the net. Despite this setback Dunkineely still kept playing good attacking football and created a number of openings. Martin Cunningham saw his shot well saved by the keeper on 68 minutes. Paul Mc Fadden and Patrick White had good efforts on goal go narrowly wide as the home side pressed for a way back into the game. Rathmullan got their second when a misplaced pass out of defence was picked up by Paddy Sheridan who played in Eamonn Sheridan who beat the keeper from 12 yards. Despite their endeavours Dunkineely could not find a way through and must now hope to get points in their remaining three games to at least make the playoffs.Best for Rathmullan were Shay Coyle and Eamonn Sheridan. For Dunkineely Aiden Duddy and Aaron Byrne were best. Referee Ed MooreWatson Hire Division OneKeadue Rovers 1 Donegal Town 2Donegal Town came to Central Park on Easter Sunday and took away all three points in a deserved but hard fought victory. Played in tough, windy conditions, Keadue fielded an unfamiliar line up and it was Donegal Town, playing with the advantage of the strong wind who were the dominant team and set about knocking the ball around to good effect and forcing home keeper Danny Rodgers into a few good saves early on. They took the lead of fifteen minutes when a free kick from left back Danny Mc Garrigle found the net directly. They were still on top and had good chances in both the twentieth and twenty fifth minutes to increase their lead but Keadue remained dogged throughout, defending in numbers. The home side retained possession a little better after that but it was still Donegal who were forcing the home keeper into saves from long range efforts and set pieces. Into the second half and with the wind behind them Keadue were more positive and were rewarded in the fiftieth minute when, from a good passing move in midfield, Sean Bonner hit a great effort to the top corner to make it 1-1. Donegal Town however to their credit were straight on the attack again and were the better team for the next twenty minutes creating a few good chances and pinning the home team back. They went ahead again on seventy two minutes when Declan Browne reacted quickest to a through ball and his shot flew into the corner of the net. For the final fifteen minutes Keadue made a big push for the equaliser, pushing extra men up front but despite plenty of ball, just couldn’t fashion a clear effort on goal and it was Donegal who held out for the victory.A decent game of football in tricky conditions with team efforts from both sides.Referee: Gerry Gallagher.Ulster CupMoville Celtic 2 Lifford Celtic 1NO REPORT AVAILABLEDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUE – RESULTSGlencar Inn Division TwoGlenree United Reserves 1 v 2 Keadue Rovers ReservesDonegal Town Reserves 5 v 2 Gweedore United ReservesMilford United Reserves 1 v 3 Deele HarpsDowntown United 4 v 1 Tullyvinney RoversBrian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionGlenea United 4 v 5 Milford UnitedDunkineely Celtic 0 v 2 Rathmullan CelticWatson Hire Division OneKeadue Rovers 1 v 2 Donegal TownUlster CupMoville Celtic 2 v 1 Lifford CelticDONEGAL JUNIOR LEAGUEFIXTURESSATURDAY 6-4-2013 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Old Orchard Inn Division OneMulroy Celtic v Fintown Harps AFCGlencar Celtic v Kilmacrennan Celtic ReservesGlenea United Reserves v Castlefin Celtic ReservesGlencar Inn Division TwoCranford United Reserves v Tullyvinney RoversDeele Harps v Keadue Rovers ReservesGweedore United Reserves v Downtown UnitedSUNDAY 7-4-2013 K.O. 2 p.m. (Unless Stated)Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionLifford Celtic v Rathmullan CelticWatson Hire Division OneDrumoghill FC v Arranmore UnitedCurragh Athletic v Ballybofey UnitedRaphoe Town v Cappry RoversKeadue Rovers v Cranford UnitedEany Celtic v Donegal TownCT Ball Division TwoConvoy Arsenal v Kerrykeel’71 FCBonagee United v Drumbar FCWhitestrand United v Gweedore UnitedGlenree United v Dunlewy CelticLetterbarrow Celtic v Copany RoversKnockalla Caravans Cup 2013Swilly Rovers v Dunkineely CelticGlenea United v Letterkenny RoversGlengad United v Kilmacrennan CelticMilford United v Kildrum TigersWEDNESDAY 10-4-2013 K.O. 6.30p.m.Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier DivisionKilmacrennan Celtic v Rathmullan CelticGlencar Inn Division TwoDeele Harps v Downtown UnitedMilford United Reserves v Cranford United ReservesSOCCER: DONEGAL LEAGUE – ALL THE REPORTS, RESULTS AND FIXTURES was last modified: March 31st, 2013 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:Donegal LeaguefixturesResultslast_img read more

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Giants earn another walk-off win over New York Mets

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first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile deviceSAN FRANCISCO — Mike Yastrzemski hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 12th inning to give the Giants a 3-2 win over the New York Mets at Oracle Park.With the two teams playing their third extra-inning game in four days, Yastrzemski took a Robert Gsellman changeup the opposite way as it barely cleared the left field wall for his ninth home run of the season. His walk-off blast gave the Giants the series win against …last_img

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Saab Grintek buys SA avionics firm

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first_img8 December 2005Afro-Swedish firm Saab Grintek is buying Aerospace Monitoring and Systems (AMS) in a R30-million deal that will give South Africa’s avionics and defence industry increased global exposure while continuing Saab’s expansion into the South African and African markets.AMS, based in Midrand, Johannesburg, focuses on proprietary aircraft monitoring and recording systems for the global aerospace and defence market. The company boasts a turnover of R58-million, 95% of which is generated by exports – and employs 75 people.Saab Grintek, a partnership between Kunene Bros Holdings (29.7%) and Saab AB (70.3%), is a high technology group specialising in telecommunications and selected niche opportunities within industrial and defence electronics.On completion of the deal, AMS will be part of Saab Avitronics, a Saab business unit focusing on avionics and electronic warfare systems, which already has operations in both Sweden and South Africa.Saab Avitronics announced on Tuesday that it had signed an agreement to acquire AMS, adding that the acquisition, still subject to approval by the regulatory authorities, was likely to be effective by April 2006.“AMS’s product portfolio and markets fit very well into our avionics business,” Saab Avitronics president Bjorn Erman said in a statement. “Especially in the areas of safety, monitoring and digital recording systems, where together we will be a significant global player.”AMS CEO Christo Weder said his company was “excited about the excellent strategic fit between our products, markets and cultures, and [we] look forward to expanding our business under the Saab brand”.Like Saab Avitronics’ current electronic warfare operations in South Africa, AMS will, from a legal point of view, be part of Saab Grintek Defence (Pty) Ltd, which is jointly owned by Saab Grintek (Pty) Ltd and Saab AB.Saab is one of the world’s leading high technology companies, with its main operations focusing on defense, aviation and space.SouthAfrica.info reporterlast_img read more

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Code Camp Bitmaker Labs Gets Legal

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first_imglauren orsini Related Posts Days after it came to light that Bitmaker Labs might be breaking Canadian law, the Toronto-based coding school is working with the Ontario government towards getting itself in the clear.Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities (MTCU) sent inspectors to the coding bootcamp after it heard about it through positive press in the Globe and Mail. The governing body was concerned that Bitmaker Labs, which runs a nine-week boot camp that students pay $9,000 to attend, was running an unregulated private college. (See also Canadian Province Cracks Down On Coding Schools)Heather Payne, who runs another Toronto coding school called HackerYou, explained in a blog post that, under the 2005 Private Career Colleges Act, programs that cost more than $1,000 or last for more than 40 hours are legally private colleges. (This is also why the cheaper, shorter HackerYou will not face an investigation.)Who’s Really Helping Entrepreneurs?Many of Bitmaker Labs’ supporters have taken to Twitter to decry the MTCU for “stifling” innovation in business. Brad Duguid, the Minister of Training, Colleges, and University, released a statement to ReadWrite that defends the ministry’s actions. “The Ontario government is a champion of entrepreneurs and as such, we will do everything to help Ontario’s innovators and entrepreneurs succeed,” he said. “Of course, Bitmaker will need to register, just like everyone else—and they are currently in the process of doing that. I hope that this matter will be resolved very soon.”A Burden For Startup Code SchoolsBitmaker Labs cofounder Matt Gray confirmed to ReadWrite that the process is ongoing, but that it’s lengthy and arduous. “The registration process is extremely burdensome for a startup and the costs can be quite substantial,” Gray said. “It’s also necessary to include approved examinations and assessments. The regulatory hurdles can take a lot of time.”Nevertheless, Gray plans to cooperate fully and get Bitmaker Labs regulated as quickly as possible. They may be shut down temporarily, but he said there are no hard feelings.“Brad is a great guy and wants to fuel the entrepreneurial community here in Ontario,” he said. “I’m confident we’ll be able to resolve this issue in a timely manner. The government has indicated their willingness to work with us. We’re excited to change education and help build the startup ecosystem in Canada.”Photo of Matt Gray with students courtesy of Bitmaker Labs Why You Love Online Quizzes Tags:#Bitmaker Labs#education#Toronto Tech center_img 7 Types of Video that will Make a Massive Impac… How to Write a Welcome Email to New Employees? Growing Phone Scams: 5 Tips To Avoidlast_img read more

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Gear Basics: Is Filming with a Pancake Lens a Viable Option?

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first_imgWhat is a pancake lens, and should you be using one? In this write-up, we cover everything you should consider before attaching one to your camera.When you’re first getting into filmmaking, the sheer amount of basic information you need to learn can be overwhelming. You may spend weeks learning how to capture audio correctly, only to discover that different microphones will have different polar patterns and capture sound differently — and the process starts over. The same goes for lenses. On a fundamental level, it can be easy to trip over something as simple as the terms for a lens. You can have a tilt-shift prime lens or a telephoto zoom lens with macro capabilities. If you’re new, it will get confusing quickly. Pancake lenses are no exception.“Pancake” is the colloquial term-turned-commercial name for short-barreled lenses. They are usually no longer than 35mm, rarely over 40mm in focal length, and will commonly sit at f/2.8, but you can find faster lenses on the market (the lens in the cover photo is a 20mm f/1.7). In regards to price point, they sit on the edge of the budget-friendly market, averaging about $200. The faster and better-built pancake lenses will, of course, increase the price and land at the bottom end of the intermediate market. How will it change my images?So, what exactly will a pancake lens do to your image? Will it flatten the image? Will there be a sweeping barrel distortion? No. A 20mm pancake lens will produce the same image as a 20mm full-sized lens (minus the disparity in the quality of the lens elements). A pancake lens is, for all intents and purposes, just a thin lens. That’s it. A short-barreled lens. It can be a thin prime, such as a Canon 24mm, or a small zoom, like the Olympus 14-42mm. But it will not alter the way that light travels through the lens to the sensor. Very few companies market short-barreled lenses as pancake lenses. The B&H listing may reference the lens as a pancake shape, or Amazon presents a variety of lenses when you search for “pancake lens,” but you’ll often find that the majority are not titled as such.Can I use One For Filmmaking?The quality of the pancake lens comes down to brand and glass. They are, after all, budget lenses, so don’t expect world-class glass. Further, the electronic functions like the autofocus and aperture changes are going to be clunkier than you’d see with a higher-end lens.That said, how are these as filmmaking lenses (there’s nothing to say that you can’t use them as such). In fact, the following travel video is the product of a pancake lens, and it looks beautiful.Of course, the most notable aspect of the lens is the size. As a result of its compact nature, we don’t get a focus ring to grip. Depending on the brand on the lens, you’re only going to have a focus ring at around 5mm, at most — if that. Canon and Nikon pancake lenses are quite notorious for very small focus rings on budget lenses.If you use a follow focus or like to pull focus with your fingers on the focus ring, you’ll find focusing impractical — but not impossible. You can find accessories to help with focus pulling, such as the DSLR Solutions Follow Focus. However, I often find that adding additional pieces of equipment to a tool designed to be compact defeats the purpose of buying that tool in the first place.I wanted a smaller lens to take with me when galavanting around the coast, and as a previous owner of a Canon pancake lens, I was worried about the lack of focus ring handling. However, the Panasonic 20mm 1.7 has quite a thick focus ring, making it very practical for manual focus. In the case of the 20mm, it actually accounts for at least half of the overall length of the lens itself. So, they are out there; they just require a bit of searching.Secondly, since the lens is compact and discreet, it’s not going to be the same quality as a Canon L series. The lens is going to feel light and cheap, and while some pancake lenses do have a metal housing, more often than not, they’ll be plastic. They also can’t resist accidental force like a more expensive lens. Conversely, due to the size and weight, dropping one will have less impact than dropping a heavy lens. (It is, of course, recommended that you avoid dropping lenses.)Finally, and while this shouldn’t matter if the images you’re capturing are good, some inexperienced clients think larger equipment automatically yields better results. Therefore, showcasing a DSLR with a “toy-like” lens may fail to impress and cost you the job. But, if you’re only just buying your first lens for your first camera, let’s not rush into job searching just yet.ConclusionUltimately, once you remove the commercial branding, a pancake lens is a budget prime or zoom lens. Whether that lens can capture sharp and vibrant images is up to the lens critics. But in regards to filmmaking, while it’s still a viable solution for vlogging and travel videos, for any kind of narrative work, the inability to wrap your fingers around the focus ring or attach a follow focus means this lens is not a suitable choice.Looking for more info on lenses? Check out these articles.5 Reasons You Should Purchase a “Nifty Fifty” 50mm LensBest Lenses for Gimbal CinematographyWhy Cinema Lenses Will Improve Your Next Film ProjectA Look at the ARRI/Zeiss Master and Ultra Prime LensesShould You Use Vintage Lenses on Your Next Project?last_img read more

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