…by violating confidentiality of Cabinet meetingsA few days ago, several Ministers of the former Government were questioned by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) in what has been described as the Pradoville probe. Could this course of action have established a precedent for successive Governments?The former PPP Government Ministers making their way into SOCU Headquarters and being led by their Attorney, Anil NandlallFormer Attorney General Anil Nandlall certainly thinks so. According to Nandlall, in his recent writings, the sacrosanct nature of cabinet meetings dates back many years, and is in place across several countries.“This week, SOCU has done that which may be unprecedented in the history of the Commonwealth: its officers grilled a number of members of the Cabinet of Guyana of 2010 in relation to policies discussed and decisions taken at a Cabinet meeting held during that year.”Nandlall cited several cases, including Conway V Rimmer and the text Cabinet responsibility to legislature (India) by G. C. Malhotra, to make the point that cabinet must be insulated from undue interference. He also cited Australia, explaining that when a government changes, the minutes of cabinet meetings are archived for 25 years.“Cabinet is created by Article 106 (1) of the Constitution, which prescribes its composition to be the President, the Prime Minister, Vice Presidents, and such other Ministers as may be appointed to it by the President. Its functions are, ‘to aid and advise the President in the general direction and control of the Government of Guyana, and shall be collectively responsible therefore to Parliament,” Nandlall stated, quoting from Article 106 (2) of the Constitution.According to Nandlall, SOCU has breached this principle. He revealed that when the former Ministers were questioned last week, SOCU officers had in their possession minutes from cabinet meetings dating back to 2010. And it was based on those minutes that they were questioned.“By so doing, wittingly or unwittingly, a dangerous precedent has been set, with no lines drawn. It is now open to every future Government of this country to launch Police investigations in respect of policies and decisions collectively made by past Presidents and their Cabinet,” Nandlall said.“This must be ominous for this Government, as it has engaged in so many transactions that can easily be the subject of Police investigations. This can only lead to greater political acrimony and deeper cleavages in an already divided society. What is certain is an appointment to Cabinet has now become hazardous,” Nandlall explained.QuestionedOn Wednesday morning, former Public Works Minister Robeson Benn and former Labour Minister Manzoor Nadir found themselves the latest to be questioned at SOCU’s headquarters.The duo was represented by former Education Minister Priya Manickchand, who disclosed that she, too, was called in for questioning regarding the matter on Tuesday.Speaking to media operatives after being questioned, Benn revealed that he explained to the SOCU investigators that during the period surrounding the sale of the lands, a Minister had been murdered, and so Government did what “needed to be done” at the time.He was referring to the assassination of former Agriculture Minister Satyadeo Sawh, his family and security personnel. Sawh and two of his siblings were gunned down in April 2006, shortly after they had returned to the Minister’s La Bonne Intention (LBI), East Coast Demerara home.Benn, who does not own property at the Sparendaam location, told media reporters that the overriding issue had to do with the stability of the country, to make sure that the President (Bharrat Jagdeo) and other members of the Cabinet get a home in a secure and safe environment away from criminal activities.Last year March, former President Bharrat Jagdeo and former Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon, were arrested, while several other former Government Ministers under the PPP Administration were detained by SOCU officials who were probing misappropriation of State assets.The arrest and detention was in connection with an ongoing probe into the acquisition of lands at “Pradoville 2”, among other things. Days after that, President David Granger declared that the former Guyanese Leader should not have been treated the way he was.In the past, SOCU has detained several former prominent Government officials in regard to their connection with the Pradoville 2 scheme. The reason these persons are being questioned is because they purchased property at the Sparendaam seawall area.The current Administration contends that the transaction is a criminal act because of the belief that the land was sold below market value. However, the PPP has argued that subsidised housing has always been part of the legacy of the PPP, and that countless Guyanese have benefited from lands sold below market value.
“He has probably picked up 10 pounds this winter,” said Mike Easler, who was Hu’s hitting coach at Double-A Jacksonville last season and will be again if Hu moves to Triple-A Las Vegas. “He was a little small last year and lacked strength. I can tell he just has more confidence in himself. He looks so much better offensively.” Hu also showed some of his characteristic flash, going behind the bag to pick a grounder hit by Josh Rabe in the seventh and teaming with longtime double-play partner and fellow defensive wizard Tony Abreu to turn it into an inning-ending force at second. Hu also lunged far to his right and onto the grass to stop a smash by Chris Heintz in the eighth that Heintz nevertheless beat out. Although Hu isn’t a burner in the classic tradition of slightly built middle infielders, he does have enough speed to steal the occasional base if he picks his spots well, and he is a smart runner. Injury updates Left-hander Joe Beimel, who felt discomfort in his elbow after pitching a shaky eighth inning in Monday’s win over Boston, played catch back in Vero Beach on Tuesday morning and felt fine. Little said Beimel will stay on his regular program unless the problem recurs. In other injury news, shortstop Rafael Furcal (right shoulder) is almost ready to return, although Little said it won’t happen in either of today’s split-squad games. Meanwhile, utility man Marlon Anderson (right elbow) remains sidelined indefinitely. Little said he is confident both players still will get enough at-bats in these final 3 1/2 weeks before opening day to be ready for the season. FORT MYERS, Fla. – The knock against Chin-lung Hu has always been, well, that there is no knock. There are some observers, in fact, who wonder whether the skinny kid with the electrifying glove will ever hit enough to play in the majors. But the skinny kid isn’t so skinny anymore. The suddenly offensive Hu beat out two infield singles during the Dodgers’ Grapefruit League game on Tuesday – a 7-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins before 7,015 at Hammond Stadium – and finished 3 for 4, raising his spring average to .444 (4 for 9). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Caretaker manager Keith Millen expects Alan Pardew to be installed as Crystal Palace boss by Friday.Former Palace midfielder Pardew watched the Eagles’ 0-0 draw at Aston Villa ahead of his anticipated move from Newcastle.The draw failed to lift Palace out of the Premier League relegation zone but Millen confirmed Pardew was pleased with the point after coming into the dressing room after the game.And Millen, caretaker manager since Neil Warnock was sacked last month, is just waiting for Pardew’s appointment to be rubber stamped.He said when asked if all was on track: “I think so, I don’t think he would have been at the game if there was a problem, he wouldn’t have been sitting in the stands.“We are preparing for Alan to come in tomorrow to start working. We have a big game against Dover on Sunday so we have to get our heads around that one.“I kept the lads in the know from what I knew from the chairman. Before the game when we left the hotel we weren’t sure but then I got a message to say Alan was coming.“He didn’t have any input during the game or before but he came in after and was pleased and proud with what he saw.“He said we need to add more to our game to score more goals and win football matches but it’s a good start for Alan to see us.”Millen is also set to stay with Palace after Pardew asked him to continue at the club.He said: “As the weeks go by he’ll analyse what we do. We have to learn what he wants and hopefully we can do that.“If Alan wants to bring in people I’m sure he will, we haven’t got a big staff but we work hard and are organised.” Alan Pardew with Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish
Celtic are closing in on the signing of Manchester City midfielder Olivier Ntcham.The 21-year-old has been in Glasgow for talks over the weekend and is believed to be close to finalising a deal.The France Under-21 international has been on loan at Genoa for the past two seasons, where he made 37 appearances for the Serie A team.Meanwhile, Celtic skipper Scott Brown is seeing a specialist over an Achilles problem but he is confident he will be passed fit to face Linfield on Friday, Press Association Sport understands.The Scotland midfielder limped off just half an hour into Saturday’s 9-0 friendly rout of Shamrock Rovers after tweaking the tendon.But he expects to face Northern Irish champions Linfield in Friday’s opening Champions League qualifier at Windsor Park after receiving treatment.
Letterkenny Rovers left a result behind them in Dublin today against Dunboyne in the FAI Intermediate Cup in Blanchardstown.Although Eamon McConigley’s side dominated the game for long periods, they could not get that all-important goal.McConigley said the Dunboyne goalkeeper was in superb form to stop his side taking advantage on several occasions. Rovers will now have home advantage when the Meath side come to the North-West on January 10th for the replay.SOCCER: DOMINANT ROVERS FAIL TO MAKE IT COUNT AGAINST DUNBOYNE was last modified: December 13th, 2015 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)
3 3 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LIVING THE DREAM Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was a target for Real Madmrid in the summer as a replacement for Zinedine Zidane. (Mundo Deportivo)Juventus have ruled out making a move to re-sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United. (The Guardian)Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will meet with club chief Ed Woodward in London on Thursday for clear-the-air talks before a board meeting. (The Sun)United are said to be relaxed over David de Gea’s future, despite not yet agreeing an extension to his current contract, which expires at the end of the season. (ESPN) Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno has been linked with a shock move to Barcelona, with the Spaniard reportedly on a list of left-backs being considered as back-up to Jordi Alba. (Mundo Deportivo)Manchester City could re-sign 18-year-old England winger Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, having inserted a buy-back clause into his £8million transfer to the Bundesliga club. (Manchester Evening News)City are planning talks with 22-year-old Leroy Sane over a contract extension. (The Sun)Tottenham are plotting a January move for 21-year-old Lyon and France midfielder Tanguy Ndombele. (Daily Mirror)Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will personally scout Fiorentina and Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic during the international break – FULL STORYMourinho has told Manchester United to sign Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar and AC Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli, both 23, in the January transfer window. (Daily Mail)Stoke and England goalkeeper Jack Butland has split with his long-standing agent, which is claimed could lead to a return to the Premier League. (Daily Telegraph) John Terry is apparently set for his first job in management with Aston Villa targets Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com RANKED The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star REVEALED targets 3 Chelsea star Eden Hazard is reportedly waiting to hear from Real Madrid over whether they will look to sign him in the summer before deciding on his future at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Telegraph)The Blues’ Danish centre-back Andreas Christensen is unhappy at his lack of playing time under new manager Maurizio Sarri – FULL STORYMonaco are lining up Arsenal legend Thierry Henry to replace Leonardo Jardim as manager, after the former striker reportedly passed up on the Aston Villa job. (The Sun)Chelsea legend John Terry’s chances of being appointed Aston Villa manager have been boosted after Henry turned down the role. (The Times)Villa players are backing 37-year-old Terry, who was the Championship club’s captain last season, to get the job. (Daily Mirror) Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January talkSPORT.com round up all the biggest transfer gossip and latest football stories from Wednesday’s papers and online… What are Manchester United playing at with David de Gea? LATEST IN DEMAND moving on Latest talkSPORT.com exclusives and football headlines:‘Thierry Henry is NOT taking the Aston Villa job, but John Terry is in the running’, Harry Redknapp tells talkSPORT‘Losing Eden Hazard would be a DISASTER for Chelsea’, says Harry Redknapp on talkSPORT‘Eden Hazard would be a MASSIVE player for Real Madrid’ – Chelsea star’s move to Spain is inevitable, says Danny Higginbotham‘I nearly fell off the couch when Alan Shearer said I should get an England call-up’, Wolves captain Conor Coady tells talkSPORTInter Milan in shock move for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany – reportsMan United ready to move for Barcelona hero as contract talks fail to materialiseWest Ham hope to end Declan Rice contract saga by offering teenager new deal with massive pay riseLiverpool and Manchester United target Steven Bergwijn has had no transfer offers, insists agentBarcelona plot shock January swoop for Reds defender Alberto MorenoBallon d’Or 2018: Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah leads Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in fan vote
ST. LOUIS – For the third consecutive week, junior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.) of the Drake University women’s basketball team has been named the Missouri Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week (Nov. 23-29), the league announced Monday afternoon.Wendell was instrumental in helping Drake win the 2015 Lady Rebel Round-Up with victories over Tulsa and UNLV in Las Vegas, Nev. Wendell, who was named tournament MVP, posted 17 points, four rebounds, two assists and one block against Tulsa in 27 minutes. She followed that with 21 points on 7-of-19 shooting, including 4-of-9 from behind the three-point line along with tallying five rebounds, three steals and two assists against the hosts UNLV in 28 minutes. Wendell opened the week with 20 points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals in a home win over Creighton.Wendell leads the MVC in scoring at 18.7 points a game, and has already recorded three 20+plus scoring performances this season. This is the sixth career MVC player of the week award for Wendell.Drake travels to South Dakota Dec. 3 for a 7 p.m. contest. Print Friendly Version
Colourful characters from the 1960s like Batman and Robin, JFK and Jackie and John Lennon will all form part of Friday’s fantastic parade to launch the 50th Anniversary Celebrations for Deele College.Autumn colours are set to get even brighter in Raphoe this Friday morning when Deele College launches its 50th Anniversary celebrations with a spectacular carnival of colour.Students and teachers from the school will don their best 1960s costumes as part of a fantastic parade from Deele College to the Diamond, where there will also be terrific 60s-style music and dancing.The local school was established in Raphoe in 1964 as Raphoe Technical College, later changing its name to Raphoe Vocational School and after that to Deele College. Friday’s dazzling display will now mark the official start of the school’s 50th Anniversary celebrations with more fantastic school events planned before the end of this year.Indeed, a special weekend of celebrations is also in the pipeline for March 2015, fifty years after the school’s official opening.“The launch parade and event will be an impressive array of colour and music highlighting the very best of Deele College and we are thrilled to bring it out into the local community where the school has played such a pivotal role over the past 50 years,” school principal Joe Boyle said.Local Primary School and Playgroup pupils are expected to join in the celebrations that are certain to bring an atmosphere of fun and excitement to the town as the students get ready to break for mid-term. “Everyone has put in a huge effort into organising what we are sure will be a really special day for Raphoe. We have had great assistance from the local community and local Gardai as well.Now we’d love as many people as possible to come out on Friday now to watch the parade and come along to the Diamond for the fun and music afterwards,” Mr. Boyle added.Friday’s parade is due to get underway from Deele College around 11am and you can keep up to date with all of the events planned for the school’s 50th Anniversary celebrations on their Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/DeeleCollege50 CARNIVAL OF COLOUR PLANNED TO LAUNCH DEELE’S 50TH CELEBRATIONS was last modified: October 22nd, 2014 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:50th anniversary celebrationsdeele collegedonegal
Catriona McGlynn and her daughter Ameila Kate pouring some water from her house tap. (North West Newspix)A Co Donegal mother-of-two has claimed that untold damage is being done to people’s health because of the poor quality of the Letterkenny water supply.Catriona McGlynn has suffered serious thyroid problems which she blames directly on the quality of water in her hometown.Her claims come as the Environmental Protection Agency continue a court case against Irish Water who have now admitted it will be 2018 to upgrade the Leterkenny water treatment plant. The pair and upgrade works are to prevent outbreaks of E.coli cryptosporidium which targets children and the elderly.Ms McGlynn, from Elmwood Downes, was so concerned about the quality of her household water that she bought herself a water distiller.Catriona is convinced that untold damage is being done to the nation’s health through a sub-standard quality of water.In the past she has suffered from thyroid problems and is convinced ithas been directly caused by the over-use of fluoride in her householdwater supply. Ms McGlynn told Donegal Daily “I have no doubt about it. There is a direct link between fluoride and thyroid issues and I have suffered from a thyroid problem which I would 100% directly attribute to the fluoride waste product our Government is putting in our drinking way.“And I think a lot of other people across Donegal are suffering from thyroid problems because of the quality of water,” she said.Catriona, who is in her late 30s, invested more than €200 in a waterdistiller and also a shower filter before the arrival of her daughter18 months ago.“It wasn’t cheap but it was a decision I made for my family and their health.”And she believes that the poor quality of water in Donegal and othercounties across Ireland is causing until damage to the nation’shealth.“People with compromised immune systems can die by drinking water withcryptosporidium in it and so it is very dangerous for people with MS,for example. “As somebody who worked with Multiple sclerosis Ireland in the past,I’m aware that Donegal has one of highest rates in Europe. Is fluoridea factor in this, I wonder,” she asked.Catriona, who is a qualified Clinical Hypno-Psychotherapist, haseducated herself about the quality of water she is putting into herbody and hopes other people will do the same.She believes that despite Government advice, people are still beingleft vulnerable to the dangers of a poor quality water supply acrossDonegal and the rest of Ireland.“The cryptosporidium parasite found in Donegal water is another issue.In order to protect us from cryptosporidium, they tell us to boil thewater but doing this concentrates the amount of fluoride, so no matterwhat you do you will be compromising your health,” she said. Although she has now tried to protect her children from the poorquality of water supply, Catriona said her son’s health is now out ofher hands.“My son is off to college in September. I won’t be able to protect hiswater supply there but this wouldn’t be a problem if our governmentcared about our health,” she said.DONEGAL WOMAN CLAIMS WATER SUPPLY IS CAUSING UNTOLD DAMAGE TO PEOPLE’S HEALTH was last modified: August 11th, 2015 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:Catriona McGlynndonegalIrish Waterletterkennywater supply
It has been a very busy few weeks of athletics for Olympian YAC as the track and field season is heating up to be one of the club’s best yet. ULSTER AND N. IRELAND CHILDRENS GAMES Last Sunday saw Little Olympian’s run, jump and throw with great heart as they contested the Ulster and N. Ireland Children’s Games Championships at the Finn Valley Centre, Stranorlar. Picture: Emma McDaid – gold medal u11 Girls Turbo JavelinWith a number of our young guns competing for the first time at this high level, and with over 700 children competing over the various age groups from u9 to u13 years, it was certainly a daunting challenge, but all of the little Olympian’s rose to the challenge and claimed an incredible 2 Gold medals, 3 Silver individual medals and 1 Gold and 3 Bronze team medals, as well as a Relay Bronze medal and many many personal bests (PBs).The club’s youngest competitors of the day Kellie Carter and Charlie Barr got the ball rolling so to speak as competed in the u9 Girls 60m coming 10th and 12th respectively.To gain qualification to the All Ireland Championships from u9 to u11, competitors jumps, throws and times are paired with club mates, with the top 3 teams gaining qualification. Kellie and Charley’s amazing efforts were enough to see them 3rd best team on the day gaining themselves an extremely well deserved team Bronze medal each and a place together to contest the upcoming All Ireland Children’s Games Championships on the 1st July in Tullamore, Co. Offaly.Emma McDaid showed exceptional technical ability, for such a young age, as she claimed the U11 Girls Turbo Javelin Gold medal and mantle of Ulster Champion. Emma was joined in the competition by team mate Orlagh Faul who placed a very credible 8th overall. Their throws were combined and together they 3rd best team overall and both also gained an amazing Bronze medal and a place at the All Ireland Children’s Games Championships.Boyd Russell set the track on fire as he gave a fantastic winning display in U13 Boys 600m in an incredible PB of 1.41mins and was also crowned Ulster Champion yet again to add to his ever growing collection. Boyd also gained automatic qualification to All Ireland Championships.Aoife McGeehin added an individual Silver medal to the club tally after just missing out on the title and Gold medal by a mere 6cm in U10 Girls Turbo Javelin.Another close call came for Erin Friel in the U11 60m were she claimed a wonderful individual Silver medal (just missing gold by 0.04seconds). Erin added another individual Silver medal to her collection as she placed second with a great run in U11 Girls 600m in a simply brilliant PB of 1.57mins. Erin Friel with her gold, 2 silver and bronze medalsErin’s club mate Anna Russell finished a fantastic 6th overall. Their times combined was the quickest of all teams, therefore both girl’s bagged themselves an extremely impressive Gold team medal and a place at the All Ireland Championships.Chloe Deeney placed 20th in the U.11 Girls 60m and together with Erin’s time were the 3rd best team on the day and both girls achieved an amazing Bronze team medal and a place at the All Ireland Children’s Games Championships.The U11 Girls Relay team of Chloe Deeney, Erin Friel, Anna Russell & Orlagh Faul showed amazing team work as they bagged a relay Bronze medal and gained yet another place at the All Ireland finals.U9 Girls Kellie Carter -60m -10.96 – 10th & 5th LJ 2.53mCharley Barr -60m – 11.03 – 12th & 300m – 8thNiamh Doherty -60m -11. 73 – 22nd & LJ – 2.05m – 12thCharley and Kellie team Bronze medal 60mU9 BoysCahir Daly – Turbo Javelin & 9th 300m HeatU10 GirlsAoife Mc Geehin – Silver Medalist – 2nd Turbo Jav PB 14.32m & 8th LJ 3.00mU10 Boys –Alex Friel – 5th 60m Heat 11.21 & 13th 500m HeatU11 GirlsEmma Mc Daid – Gold Medalist – Ulster Champion – 1st Turbo Javelin – 17m 53 & 7th LJ 3.29mOrlagh Faul – 7th 600m Heat 2.09.82 & 8th Turbo Javelin 13.12mEmma & Orlagh team Bronze medal Turbo JavelinRelay- Bronze Medalist 3rd – Chloe, Erin, Anna & OrlaghErin Friel – Silver Medalist 60m 9.32 & Silver medalist 600m – 1.57.11Anna Russell- 600m- 2.07.48 – 6th & LJ – 3.07m- 13thErin and Anna team Gold medal 600mChloe Deeney – 60m- 10.25-20th & 600m – 2.19.46 – 19thErin and Chloe – 60m team Bronze medalCaitlin Mc Cabe – 8th 600m Heat 2.09.98 & 13th Turbo Javelin 9.42mU11 BoysOliver Bose – 60m – 5th (Heat)Christian Byrne – 60m – 6th (Heat) & LJ – 20thJamie Barrett – 600m 19th & LJ – 28thAdam Daly – 600m – 18thOliver, Christian, Jamie, Adam Relay – 5thU12 GirlsAva Sweeney- Turbo Javelin – 6th, Shot Putt – 16thU12 BoysJames Russell- New PB 20.03m 5th Turbo Javelin & 7th 600m HeatEoghan O’ Donnell – 11th Turbo Javelin 12.77m & 60m 11.03U13 GirlsEllen O’ Donnell – Javelin 14.77m – 6th & LJ-28thAine Carlin- LJ – 31stU13 BoysBoyd Russell- Gold Medalist & Ulster Champion – 1st 600m 1.41Jimmy Doherty – 80m – 4th (Heat)ALL IRELAND SCHOOLS Massive well done to Sean McGinley who recently place a very credible 7th place at the u16 Boys 1mile race at the All Ireland Schools. Sean gained selection after achieving the Bronze medal at the Ulster Schools Intermediate Boy’s 1500m. This augers very well for the upcoming track and field season for this ever improving athlete. Watch this space.TRAINING Training will continue every Tuesday night at 7-8.15pm at the Glenswilly pitch and Saturday mornings from 11am till 12.15pm at the Aura Centre Track.We are insured to cater for any and all abilities from 7 years of age right up to senior and master’s level who wishes to train, keep fit, have fun, and/or compete at a local to national/ international standard. New members as always are more than welcome. For further details, please do not hesitate to contact Martin O’Donnell on 0863838240 or message us via Facebook (Olympian AC) or feel free to come down and have a chat on any of our club training times.Ten medals for Olympian YAC at Ulster and NI Children Games was last modified: June 7th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare 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)