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The Loyola High of Los Angeles boys’ soccer team is used to deep postseason runs, but as Joe MacMillan was reminded before Saturday’s Southern Section Div. I playoff opener, this year’s version of the Cubs has little playoff experience. MacMillan, a senior and one of the few returnees from lastseason’s Div. II runner-up, was told by his coach before the game that he needed to be a leader and help keep his teammates relax as they entered the foreign territory of the postseason. MacMillan followed through by scoring the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over visiting Westlake, advancing fourth-seeded Loyola to Wednesday’s second round. MacMillan knocked in a back-door shot in the 62ndminute on a play set up by a throw-in from Conor Maher deep in Westlake territory. “We needed one,” MacMillan said. “That’s all I was thinking. I wanted to take some stress off the team. … We definitely had some nerves out there today. We just have to remember it’s one game at a time and each player has to do his part and not try to do too much.” The Cubs were enouraged by the way they played after taking the lead. “The second part of the second half we settled in and played much better,” Loyola coach Chris Walter said. “We’re a young team. We don’t have a lot of playoff experience, so it took us a long time to get settled in.” Cubs goalkeeper Kevin Klasila was in peak form from the start, shutting down any potential Westlake threats, including a free kick from near the top of the box in the 69thminute. The shutout was the 19th of the season for Loyola (22-6-3), which has allowed just one goal in its past 11 games. The Cubs’ victory ended a late-season surge by Westlake (13-10-2) and marked the second year in a row the Warriors were eliminated by Loyola. Westlake started the season 7-9-1, but went undefeated in its final six games of the regular season to earn a playoff berth as the Marmonte League’s fourth-place representative, then advanced through the wild-card round with a win over Cabrillo of Long Beach on Wednesday. Loyola, which has reached the Div. II finals the past threeyears, faces two-time defending Div. I champion Damien of La Verne in the second round. The Spartans, who advanced by edging Palmdale 2-1 in overtime, tied the Cubs 1-1 when they met early in the season. “It doesn’t matter who we face,” MacMillan said. “We control our own destiny.” firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
VIEWPOINT: BY MARK McCOLLUM, VOICE OF OLDER PEOPLE DONEGALOn this day, the 7th of February the feast of Blessed Eugenia Smet, the birthday of Charles Dickens and Eddie Izzard… and looking to the future, perhaps historically more of greater significance a day of revisions and Reconstruction re-balancing of fiscal to sovereign debt and of liquidation of banks, payment or non payment of promissory notes to ECB/IMF what a glorious day in the life of Ireland ….It’s all so much window dressing and appears to amount to no more than rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic, all change but all remains the same…. and there is nothing like signing legislation onto the statute book at 3:30am in the bar of the Dail. With economists and political pundits clambering and salivating to inform us how ‘Positive and significant’ or ‘damming and detrimental’ (delete which every you deem the most appropriate) thids ‘bold’/ ‘misguided’ will be for the Country; what will it mean in reality for the average man or woman struggling to scrape a living on this rock… the stark reality is that despite all the headlines, rhetoric, alleged informed opinions, colum inches and air time devoted to this hastily contrived situation nothing will change for struggling people of Ireland… the situation was bad yesterday… and despite of the all night sittings of the Dail and Seanand… it is equally as bad today… and will be the same tomorrow… all change… but all remains the same…Our leaders have to get a grip on the reality of the situation for the average person trying to get by and do their best in these abysmal circumstances, they have to stop procrastinating and dithering and actually do what they are in power to do… lead and make decisive well thought through decisions for the benefit of everyone, now, and in the long term. It appears we are creating an unsustainable burden of debt that will now be passed to the next generation; is that the future we want for our children and grandchildren, shackled by the debt burden created by speculators and corruption.The reactionary improvised policies and ‘make it up as we go along’ of this arrogant and disconnected government has to stop, they have to reconnect with the people of the country and learn that the actions and decisions they make now will resonate long into the future, and history will be the judge of their leadership, wisdom or lack thereof. VIEWPOINT: ‘THE LONGEST NIGHT…ALL CHANGE BUT ALL REMAINS THE SAME’ was last modified: February 7th, 2013 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:VIEWPOINT: ‘THE LONGEST NIGHT…ALL CHANGE BUT ALL REMAINS THE SAME’
The largest ever International Gathering of Christian Missionaries is to be held in Donegal in the coming days.The Columba Community of Prayer and Reconciliation is proud to host ‘Welcome Home to Missionaries’ from Friday 7th – 9th June 2013, as part of ‘The Gathering’ festivities happening throughout Ireland.The weekend, held at the IOSAS Centre and Celtic Prayer Garden in Lenamore, Muff, Co. Donegal, will be a celebration of Christian missionaries throughout the world, with over sixty returning home to Ireland especially for this event. Archbishop Eamon Martin will open these events on Friday 7th June at 6pm.Guest speakers from Kenya and the Philippines, including three times nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize Fr. Shay Cullen, will speak of their work. This seminar will be followed by small group discussion on the question “Is Ireland in Need of Mission?”Falling on the feast of St. Columba, the weekend also boasts short dramas highlighting the work and sacrifice of Columba, Ireland’s first Christian Missionary. Missionaries representing the five continents will give presentations regarding and their own work throughout the world.On the Saturday an interactive street pageant ‘The Return of Colmcille’, penned by award-winning writer Frank Cottrell-Boyce, will parade through Derry, City of Culture for 2013, in an entertaining story awash with colour and music. The setting for this festival is in itself a joy to behold. The Island of Saints and Scholars (IOSAS) Centre and Celtic Prayer Garden lies in the idyllic and serene Donegal countryside.The unique venue, dedicated to the saints and scholars of Ireland’s Golden Age between the 5th and 12th centuries, is set amongst six acres of natural bog land, with paths laid among the wild heather and scattered moss creating a peaceful and tranquil opportunity for a walk of reflection and prayer.This year also marks the 1450th anniversary of Columba’s first mission to the island of Iona where he founded his monastery in 563AD. What better time than now then to celebrate and honour the men and women who have followed in his footsteps, dedicating their lives in service around the world.Friday 7th June 6pm: Celtic Peace Garden, IOSAS Centre: Archbishop Eamon Martin opens our seminar, and introduces the guest speakers Derek Roulston, and three times nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Fr. Shay Cullen. Group discussion to follow.Saturday 8th June: Derry City (UK City of Culture 2013) “The Return of Colmcille” Interactive street pageant written by Frank Cottrell-Boyce and produced by Walk the Plank which will take place at various points on both sides of the river. Sunday 9th June: 12noon: Mass in honour of St Columba in St Columba’s Church, Longtower, Derry. All welcome.2:30pm Celtic Peace Garden, IOSAS Centre: Welcome Home to Missionaries celebration.MISSIONARIES FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE TO GATHER IN DONEGAL was last modified: May 23rd, 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:missionariesPeace GardenThe Gathering
A screening of ‘Atlantic’, the new documentary film from award-winning documentary maker, Richard O’Donnell, is to be shown in Killybegs.The screening will be facilitated by the Irish Fish Producers Organisation (IFPO) in the Bayview Hotel in Killybegs on the 2nd of June at 7.30pm.The feature length documentary which has received numerous outstanding reviews follows three coastal communities in Newfoundland, Norway and Ireland. It portrays their struggle to maintain their way of life amidst shrinking fishing quotas and mismanaged resources.KILLYBEGS TO SCREEN AMAZING ‘ATLANTIC’ DOCUMENTARY was last modified: April 27th, 2016 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:AtlanticdocumentarydonegalKillybegsScreening
GAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9pm In St Marys Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Club Iorras August, €50 Patsy & Mary Devlin Annagh, €30 Brendan Donaghey Maghermore, €20 Neil & Karen O’Donnell Crossconnell.Match & Win for 30/08/2012 No jackpot winner last week this weeks jackpot will rise to €4,140.00 Numbers drawn were 1,6,18,19 €15 consolation prizes went to Kathleen & Brigid c/o Bingo, Marius Noone Tornabratley, Mia & Katie Wilson Urrismanagh, Caedan Harkin/Shea 8 Gaddyduff, Michelle Kelly Dunaff. DONEGAL TEAM TRAINING DRAW The club is running a draw in aid of the Donegal Senior men’s team training fund. First prize in the draw is two precious tickets to the All Ireland Final on Sunday, September 23rd; second prize is a Donegal jersey signed by the team and management.As everyone knows tickets for the final are harder to come by than hen’s teeth and this is a great way to give yourself a chance of being there on the day.Sheets are available throughout all Clonmany’s retail outlets or can be had by contacting any club committee member. A line will cost you €2 or you can improve your chances of winning even further by purchasing three lines for €5.Remember if you want to see Jimmy winning All Ireland’s this might be your best opportunity to do it!!!!!!MONSTER BINGO SUNDAY 14th OCTOBER IN CLONMANY YOUTH CLUB, DETAILS NEARER THE TIME.SENIOR GAME RESULT: Urris 0-6 Carndonagh 1-17 Reserves 0-13 Carndonagh Reserves 0-5.FIXTURES THIS WEEK : The U16 girls will be in action twice this week; they play a challenge match on Tuesday evening against Faughanvale in Straid, with that game throwing in at 7.00pm.Then on Thursday evening they resume their rivalry with Moville in the second round of the Donegal U16 Championship. The girls lost out narrowly to Moville in the first round and will be looking to make home advantage pay when the Foylesiders come to visit. The game throws in at 6.30pm and we would urge all our supporters to come out and cheer the girls on. The U13 boys after a successful opening foray in the Northern Board league, when they beat Robert Emmetts well, will look to keep up the strong start when Muff are the visitors to Straid on Friday evening. The match throws in at 6.30pm and the lads should be in Straid by 5.45pm to prepare for the game.Club Merchandise – Contact Alan Friel 0879029672.New Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie.Any items for the notes please send to email@example.com or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening.GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: September 3rd, 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) Tags:GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS
Brazil have parted ways with Vadao, the coach of their women’s football team, the country’s football confederation said on Monday.”After a year and 10 months, following his second stint with the CBF, the coach Oswaldo Alvarez, (aka) Vadao, is no longer in charge of the Brazilian women’s team,” the CBF said in a statement.Vadao, who previously coached the team for two years from 2014, was removed just four weeks after Brazil were knocked out the World Cup by France.His team had lost their previous nine games before the tournament but performed well enough to reach the last 16 where they were beaten 2-1 by the hosts after extra-time.Under Vadao’s tutelage, they reached the semi-finals of the 2016 Olympic tournament in Rio and won two Copas America and a Pan American Games title.”The CBF is working to define the name of a new coach for the women’s team in as short a time period as possible,” it added.Read more | Real Madrid is trying to sell Gareth Bale, I have not disrespected anybody: Zinedine ZidaneAlso see:
Transfers Luan considers Ronaldo to be world’s best but is in no rush to join him at Real Madrid Alberto Piñero 20:51 12/16/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(3) Getty Transfers Real Madrid Real Madrid v Grêmio Grêmio FIFA Club World Cup Cristiano Ronaldo The Gremio forward is preparing to face the Blancos in the Club World Cup final, a side he rates highly and has been heavily linked with Gremio forward Luan is looking forward to facing Cristiano Ronaldo in the Club World Cup final but insists he is no rush to join him at Real Madrid.The 24-year-old Brazil international has emerged as one of the most sought-after talents in world football on the back of his displays for club and country.Luan starred for Gremio as they secured the 2017 Copa Libertadores crown and is now being heavily linked with a move to one of Europe’s top clubs – with La Liga rivals Real and Barcelona leading the chase. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Any transfer talk must wait for now, though, with there no desire on the part of a highly-rated frontman to leave his current surroundings.“I’m not in a hurry to move to Europe,” Luan told Goal.“The ideal moment is yet to come.”Luan’s focus at present is locked on a meeting with Real for the right to be considered the finest club side on the planet.A heavyweight encounter has been billed as a possible audition for the Samba star, as he seeks to further enhance his reputation in the eyes of the watching world.He will, however, be gracing the same field as some of the most decorated performers in the game.Real talisman Ronaldo will be the main attraction, with Luan admitting that he considers the Portuguese five-time Ballon d’Or winner to be the best in the business.Quizzed on comments from Gremio coach Renato in which the ex-Brazil international stated that he considers himself to have been better than Ronaldo, Luan protested: “I didn’t see Renato play!“Well, Cristiano is an amazing player, not only inside the pitch, but also off it. He’s a role model, an example.“He is the best in the world. I’m excited to play against him in the final.“It’s the game of my life. It’s going to be difficult, but we have a chance of beating Real Madrid.”While Luan is relishing the opportunity to lock horns with Ronaldo, he admits that it was the 32-year-old’s namesake and a Barcelona legend that he looked up to growing up.He added: “My idols were Ronaldo Nazario and Ronaldinho.”Both of those Brazilian icons graced the grandest of stages in Spain, with Real and Barca, and it could be that Luan follows in their illustrious footsteps at some stage in the near future.
Juventus’ hopes of a fifth successive domestic double were extinguished after they were knocked out of the Coppa Italia by Atalanta in a 3-0 quarter-final defeat that marked their first domestic loss of the season and saw Massimiliano Allegri sent off.The Bianconeri went into Wednesday’s tie in Bergamo on the back of an extremely unconvincing performance in a 2-1 Serie A win over Lazio that sent them 11 points clear at the top.And they were underwhelming again at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia as they were undone by an Atalanta side that is the most prolific in Serie A, having scored 47 goals. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Gian Piero Gasperini’s men dominated from the outset and Timothy Castagne’s 37th-minute strike and Duvan Zapata’s 19th goal of the season proved enough to set up a semi-final with Fiorentina, with the frustration that fuelled Allegri’s dismissal after the second goal increased late on when a defensive mix up allowed Zapata to double his tally as their dominance of the competition ended.Atalanta will have been buoyed by their stirring comeback against Roma on Sunday and Alejandro Gomez forced Wojciech Szczesny to turn behind with a fine effort from outside the box.The hosts saw Josip Ilicic forced off through injury while Juve were dealt a significant blow when Giorgio Chiellini motioned to the bench that he could not continue.It was his replacement, Joao Cancelo, one of the heroes of Juve’s fightback at Lazio at the weekend, who was at fault for the opener. Cancelo was dispossessed by Castagne, who then surged towards the edge of the box and bent an effort beyond Szczesny and into the bottom-right corner.And 125 seconds later Szczesny was beaten again in stunning fashion as the in-form Zapata turned and fired a fierce effort inside the Poland international’s near-post, with a furious Allegri sent from the dugout in the aftermath after an exchange with the fourth official.Juve improved after the interval and Daniele Rugani skimmed the woodwork with a header but they offered little thereafter and a terrible error by Mattia De Sciglio allowed Zapata to round Szczesny for his second as Allegri watched forlornly on from the stands.FT: Our Coppa Italia adventure comes to an end.#AtalantaJuve #FinoAllaFine #ForzaJuve pic.twitter.com/PTal3UxsBS— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) January 30, 2019What does it mean? – Juve invincible no moreWhile a first domestic loss for Juve is unlikely to provide hope for those vainly pursuing them in the title race, their inability to find the net and their sloppy play at the back will provide plenty of encouragement to an Atletico Madrid team that is extremely talented at both ends of the pitch ahead of their Champions League last 16, first leg next month.Zapata reaches 20-goal markThough Zapata was aided by some questionable goalkeeping from Szczesny and some ponderous play from De Sciglio, the clinical manner in which he dispatched his double was indicative of a forward who has been one of the best in European football this season and now has 20 goals in all competitions.Cancelo’s Bergamo blunderPivotal to their revival in Rome, Cancelo’s performance could not have been more contrasting to the one he produced at the Stadio Olimpico. He dallied on the ball for the opener and did more to hinder Juve’s cause than help it on an evening he will want to quickly forget.What’s next?The visit of Parma is unlikely to provide a stumbling block for Juve in their seemingly inevitable march to the Scudetto. Seventh-placed Atalanta visit Cagliari as they push for the top four. read more