With only 38 one-hundreds of second separating first and second, Fraser won with a penalty free run of 1:17.11. Fraser not only won $10,000 but also a new Dodge truck. It wasn’t a smooth race for Hugh Sinclair who was tossed from his wagon at the start of the race. Sinclair was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries. Outrider Doug Thomson was also involved in the incident, but suffered only minor injuries and no horses were injured. The WPCA Dodge Pro Tour will now head to Rocky Mountain house for the Battle of the Rockies Championship starting on Thursday.- Advertisement –
– says matter “not urgent”The Opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) motion calling for the revocation of the appointment of the Lands Commission of Inquiry (CoI) was shut down by Speaker of the House, Dr Barton Scotland, during Thursday’s sitting of the National Assembly because he deemed it “not urgent”.Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton ScotlandThe motion, signed by Opposition Members of Parliament Anil Nandlall and Pauline Sukhai, had identified the issue as one of “national public importance.” Among other things, the motion stated: “…this National Assembly calls upon His Excellency, President David Granger, to revoke the establishment of the aforementioned Commission of Inquiry forthwith. Be it resolved that this National Assembly calls upon His Excellency, President David Granger, to hold consultations with all the relevant stakeholders in order to determine a course of action that would accelerate the issuance of title to Amerindians for traditional lands, and address all matters in relation thereto and in connection therewith.”Having read the motion and deeming it “not urgent,” the Speaker disallowed Nandlall from presenting it in the National Assembly. When the former Attorney General questioned the reason for this and articulated his presumption that he was being barred from speaking in the house, the Speaker’s lone response was, “If that is so, then so be it.”The PPP Members of Parliament (MPs) then stood up in protest against the Speaker’s decision, but he refused to alter his stance.Leader of the Opposition, Bharrat Jagdeo; Opposition Chief Whip, Gail Teixeira; MP Irfaan Ali and a few others were noticeably absent from the proceedings, as they had been granted leave from Thursday’s sitting of the National Assembly.President David Granger established, on March 10, 2017, a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) to examine and make recommendations to resolve issues and uncertainties surrounding the individual, joint or communal ownership of lands acquired by free Africans, along with Amerindian land titling issues.However, the National Toshaos Council (NTC) – a body comprising of all toshaos in Guyana — rejected Government’s decision to establish a Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into land rights on the grounds of lack of consultation and that the two issues (lands acquired by free Africans and Amerindian land titling issues) are unique and need to be addressed separately.“While we support reparations and repatriation of African lands, and addressing that issue with a great degree of urgency, the Indigenous lands’ issue cannot, and should not, be viewed in the same light, nor can it be addressed under the same framework,” the NTC has emphasised.Calling for the establishment of two separate entities to deal with the two different issues, the NTC has voiced its refusal to cooperate with the current lands CoI. “We call on His Excellency for a complete repeal of the mandate of this Commission, and to establish the Indigenous Peoples’ Lands Commission,” the NTC has said.That body has noted that failure to do as they have asked would demonstrate that Guyana’s Indigenous Peoples are being marginalised by the Government of Guyana.The Amerindian leaders have reminded that it was the Head of State who had made the promise, during the NTC Conference of 2015, to establish a “Hinterland and Indigenous Peoples Lands Commission” to address all Indigenous land issues.The NTC has also highlighted that, in the Amerindian Act of 2006, as a matter of law, there exists a process that speaks to the issue of Amerindian lands.The Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) has subsequently expressed its support of the NTC’s call for the scrapping of the Commission of Inquiry, and has said further that it would have advanced the concerns of the NTC in the National Assembly following a meeting the Leader of the Opposition had with the Indigenous peoples, wherein hundreds of Amerindians had turned up to register their concerns. The PPP has said the CoI’s expansive mandate is dangerous and will undermine the legitimacy of Amerindian land rights and lead to the dispossession of Amerindian land titles and future land titling.The PPP says it supports the NTC’s position that if the Government wants to “address individual, joint or communal ownership of lands acquired by freed Africans”, this should be addressed separately from Amerindian land titling.According to the Party, Amerindian land titling has been adequately addressed in the Amerindian Act of 2006, which provides a robust framework and clearly defined process for Amerindian land titling, which is supported by the Constitution and international law.“The fact that under this statute almost 100 Amerindian communities have been able to acquire communal titles ‘absolute and forever’, representing over 14% of Guyana’s land mass, speaks to the success of this legal framework,” the PPP has said.Moreover, the PPP has outlined, “The fact that Guyana is the only country in this hemisphere that has issued such titles of communal land ownership to its Amerindian peoples is a living testimony to the consultative and participatory process which (has) led to the Amerindian Act becoming a reality.”
A 43-year-old man is now dead after he was struck down by a minibus while attempting to cross the East Bank Demerara (EBD) Public Road at Prospect on Wednesday evening.The accident occurred around 20:00h.The dead man has been identified as Franklyn Dover, of Lot L First Street, Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni).According to Police reports, a Route 42 minibus, bearing registration number BVV 2848, was proceeding south along the western lane of the eastern carriageway of the East Bank Road at Prospect when Dover reportedly ran across the road from West to East and was struck by the front right side of the bus.As a result of the impact, the pedestrian fell onto the roadway with injuries about his body. He was picked up in an unconscious state and rushed to the Diamond hospital, where he was treated and then transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital.However, Dover died around 23:15h that same evening while receiving medical attention at the city hospital.Meanwhile, the 33-year-old minibus driver of Farm, EBD, has since been detained. A breathalyser test was administered to the driver and no alcohol was detected. He remains in Police custody assisting with further investigation.The body of the 43-year-old man was taken to Lyken’s Funeral Home to await a post-mortem examination, expected to be conducted today.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! About 150 Ocotillo Elementary School students planted trees and shrubs Wednesday in Palmdale as part of the first Antelope Valley Watershed Earth Day. The event brought attention to the vital role the Antelope Valley plays as a natural watershed area. A watershed is land where rainwater collects and then drains onto a lower level of land or into a river, ocean or other body of water, providing water to communities, Los Angeles County public works officials said. The Antelope Valley watershed straddles the Los Angeles-Kern County line and encompasses about 1,200 square miles of L.A. County. The portion of the watershed within the county contains the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster.
0Shares0000Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring against Bournemouth © AFP / Glyn KIRKBournemouth, United Kingdom, Dec 8 – Jurgen Klopp and Eddie Howe were in agreement that Mohamed Salah is one of the world’s best players after Liverpool’s crushing 4-0 victory at Bournemouth on Saturday.Salah’s hat-trick lit up the game and gave Klopp’s side the perfect boost ahead of next week’s decisive Champions League meeting with Napoli. And the manner in which the Egypt international took his goals — in particular the two outstanding finishes for his second and third — confirmed the forward is back to his best.Bournemouth manager Howe put aside his disappointment at his side’s heavy defeat to praise the Liverpool man. “Salah looked very good today, his movement was very good, he looked razor-sharp,” said Howe. “We did struggle to handle him, he’s one of the best in the world.”And when Klopp was informed of Howe’s comments, the Liverpool manager replied: “I think Eddie Howe is one of the best managers I have ever met so how could I say something different?”Salah scored 44 goals last season and after an inconsistent start to the current campaign, has now struck 12 in all competitions.“Whatever you do in a football game you need somebody to finish it off,” said Klopp.“And what Mo did around his two goals in the second half was just exceptional. I don’t know in the moment a lot of players who would have scored these two goals.“He was fouled for the first one but he wants to score the goals and stands on his feet and scores it. But the most impressive finish was his third goal. It was outstanding again, how he set it up, that was good.”– Salah strikes –Salah put Liverpool ahead in the 25th minute when he followed up Roberto Firmino’s long-range shot to finish from 10 metres out.He surpassed that early in the second half when he picked up a loose ball and ran from halfway, keeping going after an attempted trip by Steve Cook, before placing his shot inside Asmir Begovic’s far post.And the Egyptian completed his treble after a Cook own goal had killed off the game, again running from deep before this time twice rounding Begovic before placing the ball into the net.Klopp said: “The whole game was brilliant from him (Salah) today — not only the goals. He wanted to help with runs in behind and him scoring three goals is big for him and very important for us.”Victory moved Liverpool to the top of the table ahead of Manchester City’s meeting with Chelsea but the Liverpool manager insisted his focus was now trained on the meeting with Napoli followed by the visit of Manchester United to Anfield next weekend. “Today we can celebrate but then we have to recover and then prepare for Napoli,” he said. “And that’s how it is. But for today, all good.”Howe admitted his side missed Callum Wilson, the England striker who suffered a hamstring injury this week.But while the Bournemouth manager was aggrieved an offside decision went against them for the opening goal, he conceded his side had been beaten by a team capable of sustaining their title challenge.“We did miss Callum today — he brings that unique mix of physicality and pace which would have troubled Liverpool’s backline maybe more than we did today,” said Howe.“Liverpool are very good. It is a very competitive league this year. I think it will go until the end. Manchester City, Liverpool and I think other teams will challenge too. It should be an entertaining end.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
In a multi-phased campaign rollout, Thompson also is calling attention to his candidacy with a 30-second ad broadcast during a Republican debate in New Hampshire that he is not participating in. He also is explaining the rationale for his candidacy during a 15-minute Webcast on his campaign Internet site just after midnight. “On the next president’s watch, our country will make decisions that will affect our lives and our families far into the future. We can’t allow ourselves to become a weaker, less prosperous and more divided nation,” Thompson says in the ad that will air on Fox News Channel. Thompson, 65, enters a crowded GOP field and an extraordinarily fluid race four months before the first votes are cast. While Giuliani leads in national polls, Romney maintains an edge in the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire. Overall, Republican voters have expressed less satisfaction with their choices than Democrats, which Thompson sees as an opening for his candidacy. It won’t be easy for the former Tennessee senator. His campaign has been beset by lackluster fundraising and multiple staff changes, the most recent coming Tuesday with the departure of his spokesman of just two weeks, Jim Mills. His made-for-television entry – and absence from the GOP debate – didn’t go over well with some in New Hampshire. DES MOINES, Iowa — Fred Thompson – veteran actor, former Republican senator – launched his bid for the presidency Hollywood style. “I’m running for president of the United States,” Thompson told Jay Leno in a taped appearance on NBC’s “Tonight Show” airing Wednesday night. Thompson called top opponents Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney formidable but added: “I think I will be, too” as he rejected the notion that he was getting into the race too late, only four months before voting begins. “I don’t think people are going to say, ‘You know, that guy would make a very good president but he just didn’t get in soon enough,’” Thompson said as the studio audience laughed. Poking at his rivals who have been running since the year began, he added: “If you can’t get your message out in a few months, you’re probably not every going to get it out.” “There is a genuine interest in Senator Thompson here, a real curiosity about him,” New Hampshire Republican Chairman Fergus Cullen said Tuesday. “But that curiosity is giving way to skepticism and maybe even cynicism about him in part because of how he’s handling his grand entrance. For him to then go on Jay Leno the same night and be trading jokes while other candidates are having a substantive discussion on issues is not going to be missed by New Hampshire voters.” In Durham, N.H., as people waited in line to see the Republican candidates debate at the University of New Hampshire, one person ran around in a fuzzy yellow duck suit carrying a sign that said, “Fred, why are you ducking the debate?” “He should be here,” said Bob Crossley, 50, a real estate agent from Wolfeboro, N.H., waiting to get in. “It’s kind of like defaulting in sports. If you don’t show up, you lose.” Thompson starts some eight months after his eight rivals began their own campaigns, and he lags behind Giuliani and Romney in both money and organization. In June, Thompson fell short of his $5 million fundraising goal by $1.5 million. Still, Thompson consistently ranks among the top Republicans in national polls and state surveys. A Southerner with a mostly right-leaning Senate record and a plainspoken style, he is looking to capitalize on discontent with the current choices among conservatives who make up a significant segment of GOP primary voters. They have not yet settled on a candidate and are searching for someone with like-minded credentials who can win in a general election. Thompson is perhaps best known to millions of Americans as the gruff district attorney Arthur Branch on NBC’s crime drama “Law & Order,” as well as for his roles in more than a dozen movies. During his 1994-2002 Senate tenure, he was considered a reliably conservative vote. However, he strayed from the party line on a few issues, including advocating for campaign finance reform. He also was John McCain’s campaign co-chairman in 2000 instead of backing establishment candidate George W. Bush. Thompson spent many years in Washington as a lawyer and a lobbyist. He has faced repeated questions about his lobbying work for a family planning group seeking to relax an abortion rule and former leftist Haitian leader Jean Bertrand-Aristide.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
20 20 20 20 20 12. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The £49m is undoubtedly a huge sum of money for the England youngster but his qualities cant be argued with. On his day, Sterling is one of the most dangerous attackers in the Premier League and if he combines with Sergio Aguero as well as he did with Luis Suarez then hell be worth every penny. 20. Joe Gomez (Liverpool) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – One of the Reds many signings this year, not many expected 17-year-old Gomez to be a major part of Brendan Rodgers first-team squad but his performances on their pre-season tour prove he could be a handy player for Liverpool straight away. Hes still a little raw and will need time and patience but the £3.5m fee they paid Charlton already looks a bargain. 2. Petr Cech (Arsenal) – Click right to find out the best signing of the summer so far… – The Gunners havent had a world class goalkeeper since Jens Lehmann left the club, for the first time, in 2008. Signing Petr Cech from title rivals Chelsea is a huge coup and represents a big statement of intent from Arsene Wenger. You cant argue with two trophies in two pre-season games either. 6. Gerard Deulofeu (Everton) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Deulofeu was signed for just £3m and if the Spanish starlet matches his first spell with the Toffees, we could see a big season from Roberto Martinezs side. Should Deulofeu, Ross Barkley and Romelu Lukaku all dovetail, they could be menacing in the final third and win back a place in the top seven. 20 20 14. Aleksanadr Mitrovic (Newcastle) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Signing a 20-year-old striker who already has Champions League goals to his name is a good move by Steve McClaren. Mitrovic does have a rebellious streak but the Serbian, if harnessed correctly, could be a goal machine for the Magpies. If he is, the £13m they paid Anderlecht will be a snip. 15. Bastian Schweinsteiger (Manchester United) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – There might be worries over his fitness and his record with injuries but just factoring in his experience and his influence, signing Schweinsteiger is a decent move. If the 30-year-old proves hes able to cope with the physical demands in the Premier League then his fee, reported to be between £10m-15m, will be a bargain. 20 4. James Milner (Liverpool) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Signing an England international with more than 50 caps would be a good deal for anyone. Add to that hes a Premier League title winner and joins on a free transfer its an incredible deal. Milner’s settling in well in his favoured central role and is already scoring goals for the Reds. 17. Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Clyne was a stand out star for Southampton last year and became England international, so a £12.5m move to the Reds wasnt unexpected. Even if he stays at the same level as he was last season hell be an effective player for Brendan Rodgers and improve the side in a key position. 13. Jordan Amavi (Aston Villa) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Signed for £10m, landing this left-back from Nice could be some smart business from Tim Sherwood. The French Under-21 international was one of the leading players in his position last season across the Channel. Amavi’s got plenty of potential and if he adapts well to the English game he will be an excellent player for the Villans. 18. Angelo Ogbonna (West Ham) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Hammers signing a Champions League finalist is an amazing feat. An 11m deal was struck with Juventus and in Ogbonna, new manager Slaven Bilic has an experienced and powerful cente-back at his disposal to displace James Collins and compete with Winston Reid and James Tomkins. 20 16. Marco van Ginkel (Stoke) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Injuries have hampered the Dutch internationals progress since Chelsea signed him in 2013, but he could get back to his best in the Potteries during his loan spell. With the likes of Bojan, Joselu and Mame Biram Diouf ahead of him, pass master Van Ginkel could excel under the stewardship of Mark Hughes. 3. Memphis Depay (Manchester United) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Dutch starlet joins from PSV Eindhoven, where Depay was in top goalscoring form. It would be perhaps harsh to expect a similar return of 22 league goals this season, but he already looks to be developing a good understanding with Wayne Rooney as he settles into a role behind the striker. 20 11. Dimitri Payet (West Ham United) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Frenchman was on fire last season with Marseille and grabbed seven goals along with an incredible 17 assists in an attacking midfield role. Payet hit the ground running in pre-season too he got two goals and an assist against Southend and played well against Charlton. His passing and set-pieces will be loved by the likes of Diafra Sakho, Enner Valencia and Andy Carroll (if he ever returns to fitness). 5. Yohan Cabaye (Crystal Palace) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Say what you like about Alan Pardew, this is a brilliant piece of business by the Eagles. You dont expect the south London side to be shopping in Paris and the fact theyve landed such a talented and experienced player speaks volumes. Cabaye will add plenty to the Palace midfield and increase their threat at set-pieces too. 8. Christian Benteke (Liverpool) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – Okay, the £32.5m fee is pretty big and hell be playing in a team with a different style and mentality but as long as you give Benteke the ball and allow him to bully his opponents he will get you goals. An impressive 42 goals in 89 games for a mid-table side show his talent and at Anfield he could plunder plenty more. 20 19. Christian Atsu (Bournemouth) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Cherries are one side who will benefit from Chelseas loan policy this season. Eddie Howes move for the Ghanaian was swift and the young winger is already enjoying his time on the south coast and new team-mate Sylvain Distin has revealed he likes the look of Atsu in pre-season. 20 7. Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Brazil star has long been terrorising German defences in the Bundesliga with Hoffenheim and his performances have seen Brendan Rodgers take a punt on him. Versatile, creative and capable of scoring a few goals, hell add a lot to the Reds attack and will relish playing alongside compatriot Philippe Coutinho. 20 It’s just over a month until the transfer window shuts but Premier League sides have already completed plenty of business.Across the land, managers have been buying and selling as they attempt to improve their squads and battle for supremacy in the English top flight.Millions of pounds have been spent, contracts signed and pre-season debuts made, but who are the best signings, so far, this summer? talkSPORT takes a look.Click the right arrow to find out who we feel are the top 20 signings… 10. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham Hotspur) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Belgian impressed for Southampton last season and Saints fans were devastated to lose his services, such was the regard they held him in. Spurs will profit and pairing Alderweireld up with compatriot and former Ajax team-mate Jan Vertonghen should make his integration seamless. 20 20 20 20 20 9. Jordy Clasie (Southampton) – Click right to find out the best summer signings so far… – The Saints will find it tough to replace a player of the calibre of Morgan Schneiderlin but Dutch international midfielder Clasie is no slouch. Hes capable of controlling a midfield and while he wont offer quite as much defensively, he will help Ronald Koemans side get the ball forward. Last season with Feyenoord he grabbed five assists compared to Schneiderlins one. 20 20 1. Morgan Schneiderlin (Manchester United) – The France international was wanted by a number of clubs during the summer and in the end it was Manchester United who swooped with a £24m bid which could rise with add-ons. Schneiderlin already looks the part in pre-season as he shields the defence and his height at set-pieces will also cause havoc.
Election candidate Tim JacksonElection candidate Tim Jackson has called for action to be taken in light of Ballybofey’s record-high commercial vacancy rate last year, a problem he says “needs to be addressed with concrete solutions.”“Ballybofey will continue to struggle if something significant is not done. Anyone walking around the town will see for themselves how many premises are empty, and as shops close it means even fewer people are attracted to the town, so it has a knock on effect on other businesses too.”“Having spoken with many business owners, I firmly believe rates payments are one of the biggest obstacles to success for new Donegal ventures, and this is something they could be given a temporary amnesty from if Donegal County Council really want to help revive the local economy and secure jobs.”“The reality is that a currently strong sterling pound, with a weak Euro, has been keeping many Donegal businesses afloat, but our local economy will need to be built on much firmer economic foundations than that if it is to withstand eventual currency fluctuations.” Whilst Ballybofey had the highest rate of vacancies at 32.3%, Letterkenny is in ninth place at 21.6%.The GeoView Report compiled by An Post and Ordinance Survey Ireland also showed the overall vacancy rate in Donegal at 14.2%, whilst the national average was 12.6%.ACTION NEEDED ON BALLYBOFEY’S EMPTY PREMISES CRISIS – JACKSON was last modified: January 12th, 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:BallybofeyCOMMERCIAL PREMISESTim Jackson
A reminder to all that the Donegal Juvenile (Even Age) and Masters Cross Country Championships will be held this Sunday, 7th October in Castlefinn with a start time of 12pm. Parking and Changing facilities will be available at the Robert Emmets GAA club just outside Castlefinn on the main Castlefinn to Lifford road (on the left going from Castlefinn). A large turnout is expected yet again for these Championships and we look forward to seeing the participation of all clubs at the event this Sunday. A point of clarification for the NOVICE Championships to be held in Killybegs on the 14th October. The Donegal Novice Championships are a closed Championships and confined to Donegal athletes only. All other Championship races are open to the participation of athletes from outside the county as notified previously ATHLETICS: CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS SUNDAY was last modified: October 4th, 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:ATHLETICS: CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS SUNDAY
Donegal Town RFC 2nd’s hammer local rivals Finn Valley RFC 68 to 27Donegal Town RFC 2nd’s completed their season with an impressive ten try haul against local rivals Finn Valley RFC at the Holmes on Saturday. Donegal Town began the game with a blistering pace, and within the first five minutes crossed the try line for the game’s opening score through Gareth McMurray. Hugh Morrow kicked the resulting conversion to put the home side into a seven point lead.The game looked ominous for the visiting side, which started the match off with thirteen men. However Finn Valley hit straight back, scoring a penalty and a converted try to lead the match ten seven.The home side sparked back into life and began to offload the ball in contact which led to Donegal Town scoring a brace of try’s, with Paul Cassidy and Richard Gallagher crossing the whitewash. Hugh Morrow added the resulting conversions to leave the home side 21 to 10 up.Donegal added another converted try before half time through Hugh Morrow. But a lapse in concentration and some lax tackling allowed Finn Valley to go over for their second try of the match. Donegal led 28 to 15 at halftime. This local derby marked the end of the season for both sides. After a slow start, Donegal Town has had a relatively successful season. Donegal managed to hammer 3rd place Enniskillen in their previous fixture and where only outclassed by run-away league leaders Clogher Valley.Donegal Town started the second half, as they had ended the first by scoring two converted try’s in the first ten minutes through Hugh Morrow and Richard Gallagher. Finn Valley never capitulated and added another try to leave the scoreboard 42 to 20 in favor of the home side.Donegal Town continued their scoring streak by adding try’s number seven, eight and nine through Cormac Gallagher, Ciaran Harley and Gareth McMurray with Hugh Morrow adding the two of the three conversions. Finn Valley hit back with their fourth try of the game, which was converted to leave the score 63 to 27.Donegal Town got their tenth and final try of the match in the final five minutes of the game through Aaron McGroary , which was converted to leave the scoreboard 68 27 at the final whistle.Donegal Town RFC 2nd xv: Mark Brown, Ciaran Norby, Gareth McMurray, Adrian Heraty, Ciaran Harley, Hugh Morrow, Paul Kerrigan, Paul Cassidy, Colton Friel, Brian Killalea, Cormac Gallagher, Richard Gallagher, Dillon Johnston, Laurie McGahen, Shaun Mahon. Substitute: Aaron McGroary.Coach: Rob Hannafin. Referee: Rab Weir.RUGBY: DONEGAL TOWN HAMMER LOCAL RIVALS FINN VALLEY was last modified: April 4th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:RUGBYSport