Community Community Facebook Facebook Ten Laois based players named on Leinster rugby U-18 girls squad Rugby RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Emo Rath athlete Eoin Keenan brought the curtain down on his juvenile athletics career with another gold medal winning performance, this time in the boys under nineteen triple jump.He was competing in the Juvenile Track and Field finals in Tullamore.Eoin only took up triple jumping this year, making the win even more impressive.Four times during the event he passed his previous best of 12.78m, culminating with a gold medal winning jump of 13.25m and 34cm ahead of the second placed athlete.Other Laois athletes competed in the finals such as Ava O’Connor, who runs with the Tullamore Harriers. Ava had a very busy weekend, as on Saturday she was apart of the Irish schools team which took part in the SIAB games in Scotland.She secured a a fifth place finish in a competitive Girls U-16 1500 m race, which helped Ireland to a silver overall team medal in the championships.She made it to Tullamore Sunday after her flight and claimed another silver medal in the U-16 1500m.St Micheal’s AC sprinter John Ikpotokin was also on the podium as he finished third in the Boys U-14 200m, and also won bronze in the 80m earlier in the month.Ger Kelly from St Abban’s also won the bronze medal in the U-19 hammer with a throw of 42.88m.Laois also had two athletes in the Girls U-16 200m final. Grainne Lalor from Rosenallis-Kilcavan AC and Helen Ikpotokin from St Micheal’s AC were flying the flag for Laois.Helen narrowly missed out on a medal in fourth place, as did Grainne who came sixth.Eoin also won 3 gold medals recently in Tullamore at the Leinster T&F competition.They were for U-19 Triple Jump, U-19 Long Jump and the U-19 High Jump.Recently Emo Rath AC upgraded their long and triple jump facilities.They will be hoping more athletes can now follow in Eoin’s footsteps.SEE ALSO – The Summer Athletics Camp is back in Vicarstown again this July By Sarah Cullen – 24th July 2018 TAGSathleticsemo rathEoin Keenan Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Previous articleEight young players to watch out for in the intermediate football championshipNext articleGovernment taking action against fodder shortage Sarah Cullenhttp://www.laoistoday.ieSarah Cullen is a Journalism and New Media graduate from the University of Limerick. A Portlaoise native, she is happiest when tweeting and talking about dogs. Five Laois monuments to receive almost €200,000 in government funding Twitter Home Sport Athletics Emo Rath’s Eoin bags another gold medal as Laois athletes excel SportAthletics Emo Rath’s Eoin bags another gold medal as Laois athletes excel WhatsApp Charlie Flanagan on Electric Picnic: ‘I’d ask organisers to consult with community leaders’
The company’s net asset value dropped by 20% to 1344p a share in the year to 31 March, which compared with analysts’ consensus forecast of 1280p. The driver of the fall was a 10% drop in the value of the portfolio to £13.47bn, with the blended net equivalent yield rising by 92 basis points to 5.6%. In British Land’s fourth quarter – the first three months of this year the drop in values slowed to just 2.2%. The London office portfolio dropped by 6.4% in value, while retail fell by 12.1%. Of the three major assets, the Regent’s Place office estate near Euston was the best performer, rising 1.3% in value over the year to £702m. The Meadowhall shopping centre near Sheffield dropped by 9.6% to £1.5bn and the Broadgate estate in the City of London fell by 11.5% to £2.7bn. Underlying pretax profit, excluding the effect of the revaluation, was up 11% to £284m and the full-year dividend was raised by 72% to 35p a share.‘We believe that property pricing is now generally much more supportable than at the market peaks when we were large scale sellers and that the worst of yield correction ‘should’ be behind us,’ said chief executive Stephen Hester. ‘The slowdown of price declines in the last quarter supports this view. ‘However, markets have often been known to overshoot in both directions and we do expect a further decline in the current year.’
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Qualls finished the match withdouble-double 36 points and 11 rebounds, while Standhardinger chipped in 23markers and 19 boards for the 4-6 Batang Pier. Already comfortably ahead at 103-90following a basket from Vic Manuel, the Aces were stunned by a 9-0 blast by theFuel Masters, capped by a triple by Matthew Wright, to cut their lead to103-102. Jvee Casio calmly sank two free throwsfor the Alaska as the lead increased to 105-102 with nine seconds to playbefore forcing Phoenix to miss their final attempt. Alaska Aces’ Franko House foils the shot of Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters’ Jason Perkins. PBA PHOTO Sean Anthony also came up huge with 19points for the Batang Pier, which were without injured key players RobertBolick, Jonathan Grey and Bradwyn Guinto in the win./PN The Aces notched its third straightvictory to improve to 4-6 win-loss record. For Alaska, Franko House finished withdouble-double 15 points and 18 rebounds while Maverick Ahanmisi and Kevin Racaladded 12 and 11 markers, respectively. MANILA – Alaska Aces survived anendgame spurt by the Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters to escape with a 105-102victory in the 2019 PBA Governors’ Cup last night at the Smart AranetaColiseum. Matthew Wright had double-double 25points and 10 assists, while Alonzo Gee added 23 markers as the Fuel Mastersbows out of playoffs contention with its 2-8 record. Manuel finished the match with 20points while Jeron Teng added 17 markers. Michael Qualls and ChristianStandhardinger took turns on offense for the Batang Pier to get back on thewinning track after trailing by as much as 15 points to start the game. In the first game, NorthPort BatangPier recovered from a flat start to score a 102-94 upset over the NLEX RoadWarriors and kept its playoffs hopes alive.
The relationship between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho isn’t going through its best moment right now. The Manchester United pair clashed once again following their 2-2 draw with Southampton. IN SPORT.ES Corriere dello Sport: Pogba has said yes to Juventus return Upd. at 18:01 Sport EN Also, in ‘The Sun’, the coach went even further in his attack. “You are like a person with a flu, with a virus, in a closed room – you pass that virus to the others.” FIFA investigated Mino Raiola after Paul Pogba joined Man United 03/12/2018 “You don’t play. You don’t respect the players and supporters. And you kill the mentality of the good honest people around you,” is what Mourinho told his midfielder according to the ‘Daily Record’. Man Utd, who were 2-0 down to Southampton at one stage, pulled it back to take away a point. However that doesn’t help their title challenge much as they slipped to 7th place, 16 points behind Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. This isn’t the first time Mourinho has publicly aired his opinion on Pogba. The player is reportedly tired of the situation and wants a transfer away next summer. This should come as no surprise when you remember that the French star pushed for a late move to Barcelona after the conclusion of the World Cup. Mourinho carga con dureza contra Pogba RELATED STORIES CET
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“We are very grateful to our sponsors, Craughwell AC for their ongoing support and of course our wonderful organising committee for their hard work! The children in the school take part in The Daily Mile and it is wonderful to see them active on a sports ground funded by events like the school run” Harry Monson, Principal of Coldwood N.S. All funds raised go toward further development of the school.The race will be preceded by a children’s fun run, at 10.00 am, 1km for children from 3rd class and below, 2km for children from 4th to 6th class (€5 entry)Register on www.runireland.com or on the day at the school from 9.00am to 10.30am. Cost of entry is €15. The circuit straddles the picturesque landscape between the parishes of Athenry and Craughwell. This run is suited to seasoned athletes, beginners and walkers alike. The annual Coldwood 4 mile Run takes place on Sunday, 27th January, at 11.00am. This has become a regular fixture on the Athletics Association of Ireland calendar. Many athletes from the city and county clubs, as well as locals and runners from other parts of Ireland, take part in this fun event. The race is chip timed and AAI approved. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email