The L.V. Rogers Bombers guys and girls varsity basketball teams are rolling out the red carpet on the Bomber Classic High School tournament beginning Friday at the Hangar.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source For Sports would like wish the teams luck by handing the hoopsters Team of the Week honours.The teams include, back row, L-R, Jason D’Andrea, Clay Rickaby, David Chen, Jesse Zak, Jae Tak, Leonard Batubura, Maverick Seed, Garrett Perry, Adam Grace and John Zak.Middle Jessica Carmichael, Brittany Wheeler and Melinda Halstead. Front, Emily Klapstein, Kyndle Doolan, Sarah Fuhr, Kiandra McLaren, Rachel Moulson and Samantha Einarson.
Powered by the clutch pitching of Ken Anderson and some timely hitting, Louie’s Steakhouse upset defending champion Jackson’s Hole 12-6 in the final of the Nelson Mixed Slopitch Championships at Queen Elizabeth Park. The win avenged a loss by Louie’s to Jackson’s during the 2011 final.Staff and management at Mallard’s Source for Sports would like to add to the celebrations with Team of the Week honours.The team includes, Tom Trubetskoff, Maurice Penner and Craig Theissen.Middle, Arlene Anderson, Edi St Arnaud, Loni D’Andrea and Nikita Gardner.Front, Ken Anderson, Stacey Miller, Wayne Germaine, Ashley Germaine, Ethan Whitford and Cory Whitford.
The four-time defending British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) champion Selkirk College Saints are building towards the upcoming season with the signing of Jackson Bruce-Fuoco.An Ontario native, Bruce-Fuoco has committed for the 2016-2017 season and beyond. A skilled two-way defenseman that possess exceptional leadership, Bruce-Fuoco played for the Creston Valley Thunder Cats of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL) in the 2015-2016 season.”We are very happy to have Jackson join our program for the 2016-17 season,” says Selkirk College Saints head coach Brent Heaven.“I was able to see Jackson play quite a bit over his last season in Creston and believe he has all the tools necessary to be a contributor at the BCIHL level.” Bruce-Fuoco’s strength is strong positional play and a great first pass. In the KIJHL regular season campaign, the defenceman scored eight goals and added 21 assists which was best amongst blueliners on the Thundercats. He finished his junior hockey career as the team’s captain.“We’re very excited for Jackson to have the opportunity to move on and play for a winning program at Selkirk College,” says Creston head coach and former Selkirk College bench boss Jeff Dubois.“As a person, he’s one of the best guys I’ve worked with. His commitment level to his team and teammates are tremendous, and he brings a great attitude to the rink every day. On the ice he’s mobile, skilled, and he can contribute in all three zones. He’s earned this commitment with an incredible amount of hard work and the Thunder Cats wish him all the best in the future.”Prior to playing in the KIJHL, Bruce-Fuoco spent time in the Central Canadian Hockey League, a Junior A league out of eastern Ontario.Last season the Selkirk College Saints captured their fourth straight BCIHL crown when they defeated the Trinity Western University Spartans in the league’s championship series before a packed house at the Castlegar & District Community Complex.Two key members of last year’s blueline brigade have graduated — captain Tanner Lenting and Arie Postmus — but Bruce-Fuoco joins a Saints defence unit bursting with talent.The BCIHL season will get underway in September where the Saints start pursuit of their fifth title.
Stephen Folan looks forward to Galway United and Bohemians The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division resumes after the mid season break with Galway United away from home this evening as they head to Dalymount Park and Bohemians for a 7.45 Kick off. Enda Curran and Marc Ludden are both ruled out through injury, while Kevin Devaney is rated as doubtful with a calf injury. Currently Playing Galway Bay FM Sport Stephen Folan looks forward to Galway United and Bohemians Armin Aganovic misses out through suspension. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Stephen Folan looks forward to Galway United and Bohemians Forward 60 seconds Forward 60 seconds Galway Bay FM Sport 更多 Galway Bay FM Sport Back 15 seconds Stephen Folan joined John on Over The LineAudio Playerhttps://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/sports.podcast/STEPHEN+FOLAN+OTL.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Back 15 seconds
Roscommon won the toss and decided to play against the wind and that decision looked a wise one when they only trailed Galway by 0-9 to 0-7 coming up to half time, but a Danny Cummins goal and late points in the half from two Shane Walsh frees gave Galway a 1-11 to 0-7 half time lead. When the home side got the first 2 points of the second half it looked a huge mountain for Roscommon to climb, but they were thrown a lifeline when referee Conor Lane awarded a penalty for a footblock by Galway goalkeeper Ruairi Lavelle. Conor Cox scored from the spot kick to get Roscommon within 5 points at 1-13 to 1-8 but Galway went straight up the field to kick the next 3 points. Michael Daly was particularly influential in pulling the strings around the middle of the field, with Antoine O’Laoi kicking 0-4 in another very impressive display. All in all, Galway wrapped up the victory with a bit to spare and with Monaghan beating Cavan 0-14 to 1-8, Roscommon now drop into the relegation zone ahead of the final round of games next weekend. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Galway footballers made it 4 wins out of 6 in Division 1 of the Allianz football league after a comfortable 1-17 to 1-10 win over a below par Roscommon in Pearse Stadium this afternoon. A crowd of 7,643 had attended the double header involving the Galway and Wexford hurlers, but the large Roscommon following would go home very disappointed and knowing their side will have to beat Kerry in the final round to have any hope of staying in the top flight. Galway manager Kevin Walsh also gave his thoughts on today’s win to Kevin Dwyer… After the game Kevin Dwyer spoke to Galway Bay FM Man of the Match Michael Daly…
It will be a super day of sport starting with theCamogie Semi Finals at 10am and going on to the U/10 Mixed Gaelic at2.00.pm. All winners of these competitions (except theHurling) will go on to represent Galway at the Connaught Finals whichwill be held in Ballinasloe on Saturday 13th July. As Galway are the only County in Connaught to begraded A in the hurling this team will go forward to the Aldi Community GamesNational Finals in UL on the 16th to 18th August. AllGames to be played in Ballinderreen Sunday 23rd, June 2019 TeamEvent U/14 CamogieSEMI FINALS – 10am A Gurteen Ballymacward v Woodford B Portumna v Bullaun/New Inn TeamEvent U/11 Hurling SEMI FINALS – 11am A Beagh v Bullaun/New Inn B Claregalway Lackagh v Oranmore/Maree TeamEvent U/14 CamogieFINAL – 12 Noon TeamEvent, U/12 Girls Gaelic Football FINAL – 12 NoonDunmore v Skehana/Menlough 12.00 NoonHurlingU/11 Boys FINAL – 1pm TeamEvent, U/14 Girls Gaelic Football FINAL – 1pm Dunmore v Caherlistrane/Kilcoonagh TeamEvent U/10 Mixed Gaelic FootballFINAL – 2pm Moycullen v Oranmore/Maree Two weekends ago over 1,038 athletes and 20 cyclists from all parts of Galway County and City took part in the Galway Community Games Athletic Finals. Congratulation s to everyone who took part in what was a very wet and stormy day. Winners in each section will now go forward to represent Galway to the National Finals in UL on the 16th to 18th August in UL. CountyAthletics and Cycling Results FieldShot Putt U14’s Girls1st Place Katie Ryan Moylough/Mountbellew2nd Place Abbie Donnelly Kinvara3rd Place Brianna Meyler KinvaraFieldShot Putt U14’s Boys1st Place Liam Shaw Athenry2nd Place Christopher Donlon Dunmore3rd Place Evan Ryan Moylough/MountbellewFieldJavelin U14’s Girls1st Place Oonagh Keating Skehana /Menlough2nd Place Hannah Cela KinvaraFieldJavelin U14’s Boys1st Place Calum Henchy Kinvara2nd Place Donnacha Ward KinvaraFieldDiscus U16’s Girls1st Place Caoimhe Herviaux Dunmore2nd Place Ella Rafferty Corofin/Belclare/SylaneFieldDiscus U16’s Boys1st Place Eoin Nicklin DunmoreFieldLong Puck U14’s Girls1st Place Caoimhe Hickey Woodford2nd Place Emer Gantley Beagh3rd Place Adah Tierney Miltown/Kilconly/KilbannonFieldLong Puck U12’s Boys1st Place Dara Burke Kinvara2nd Place Cillian O’Tuairisg Ballinasloe3rd Place Daragh Walsh MoycullenFieldBall Throw U12 Girls1st Place Molly Noone Athenry2nd Place Roisin Power Woodford3rd Place Emma Hosty Moylough/MountbellewFieldBall Throw U12 Boys1st Place Michael Cunningham SmythSalthill / Claddagh2nd Place Harry McTigue Ballinderreen3rd Place Ethan Gavard BallinderreenFieldLong Jump U14’s Girls1st Place Ella Lyons Oranmore/Maree2nd Place Isabella Boland Craughwell3rd Place Mellissa Coughlan WoodfordFieldLong Jump U14’s Boys1st Place Darragh Fahy Bullaun/New Inn2nd Place Charlie Conneely Kinvara3rd Place David McDonough BallinderreenCyclingon Grass U12’s Girls1st Place Emma Considine Ballinderreen2nd Place Lillian Owens Kinvara3rd Place Robyn Geraghty Salthill/CladdaghCyclingon Grass U12’s Boys1st Place Darragh Kavanagh Kinvara2nd Place Sean Gallagher Kinvara3rd Place Keelan Searle Moylough/MountbellewCyclingon Grass U14’s Girls1st Place Naoise Flatley Kinvara2nd Place Isabelle Keane Moylough/Mountbellew3rd Place Clodagh McDonagh AthenryCyclingon Grass U 14’s Boys1st Place Dara Higgins Moylough/Mountbellew2nd Place Shane Geraghty Caherlistrane/Kilcoonagh3rd Place Ali Herviaux DunmoreTrackEventsTrack800m U14’s Girls1st Place Siobhan Geaney Kinvara2nd Place Bronagh Deeley Bullaun/New Inn3rd Place Aoibhinn Reddington DunmoreTrack800m U14’s Boys1st Place Cian McNelis Athenry2nd Place Sean Doggett Athenry3rd Place Evan Burke Kilnadeema / LeitrimHurdlesU10’s Girls1st Place Aoife Berrigan Ballinasloe2nd Place Kiera Havil Woodford3rd Place Rachael O’Shaughnessy KinvaraHurdlesU10’s Boys1st Place Patrick Gavin Moylough/Mountbellew2nd Place Kayn Boyle Kilnadeema/LeitrimJoint 3rd Tadgh Casey BallinasloeJoint 3rd Alan Corcoran Galway City EastHurdlesU14’s Girls1st Place Caoimhe Farrell Woodford2nd Place Chloe Hallinan Craughwell3rd Place Katie Flaherty BeaghHurdlesU14’s Boys1st Place Evan Moran Craughwell2nd Kevin Munnelly Tuam3rd Padraig Conole KinvaraTrackU8’s 60m Girls1st Place Lauren Shally Moylough/Mountbellew2nd Place Evanne Hynes Ardrahan3rd Place Sophie Lawler BeaghTrackU8’s 60m Boys1st Place Cathal Walsh Ballinderreen2nd Place Theo Gantley Beagh3rd Place Darren Grenham BallinasloeTrackGirls U8’s 60m1st Place Emily Hession Tuam2nd Place Laoise Diviney D.R.A. Doughiska3rd Place Roisin Steede Duffy Miltown /Kilconly / KilbannonTrackBoys U8’s 80m1st Place Dylan Henry Ballinderreen2nd Place Eoin O’Shaughnessy Kinvara3rd Place Darragh Lynch KnocknacarraGirlsU10’s 100m1st Place Lauren Foley Salthill/Claddagh2nd Place Méabh Larney Miltown/Kilconly/Kilbannon3rd Place Lisa Herity BallinasloeBoysU10’s 100m1st Place Dara Kavanagh Woodford2nd Place Calum McMahon Craughwell3rd Place Sam Casey Oranmore / MareeGirlsU12 100m1st Place Orlaith Mannion Ballinderreen2nd Place Emma Barrett Gurteen /Ballymacward3rd Place Jessica Kay Salthill CladdaghBoysU12 100m1st Place Chimezez KearneyMiltown/Kilconly/Kilbannon2nd Place Jack Barry Salthill/Claddagh3rd Place Ben Moran CraughwellGirlsU14’s 100m1stPlace Aisling Dolphin Ardrahan2ndPlace Ciara McGrath Bullaun/New Inn3rdPlace Grace Bermingham KinvaraBoysU14’s 100m1stPlace Adam Lavelle Athenry2ndPlace Michael Burke Moylough/Mountbellew3rdPlace Fionnan Keane Bullaun/New InnGirlsU16’s 100m1stPlace Sophie Farrell Ballinderreen2ndPlace Aisling Finn Ballinderreen3rdPlace Nicole Quirke Corofin/Belclare/SylaneBoysU16’s 100m1stPlace Stephen Mannion Ballinderreen2ndPlace Rian Moran WoodfordGirlsU10’s 200m1stPlace Sarah Donald Barna Na Forbacha2ndPlace Ella Rose Colleran Craughwell3rdPlace Roisin Ruane Skehana/MenloughBoysU10’s 200m1stPlace Oisin Gavin Moylough/Mountbellew2ndPlace Ryan Hession Tuam3rdPlace Cian Vaux Barna Na ForbachaGirlsU12 600m final1stPlace Caoimhe Fahey Kilbeacanty2ndPlace Aisling Geaney Kinvara3rdPlace Laoise Burke Moylough/MountbellewBoysU12 600m1stPlace Oran O’Hare Caherlistrane / Kilcoonagh2ndPlace Dara Costello Miltown / Kilconly/ Kilbannon3rdPlace Shane McGovern KnocknacarraGirlsU16 200m final1stPlace Alexandra Joyce Corofin/Belclare/Sylane2ndPlace Roisin Dalton Ballinderreen3rdPlace Ava Finn CraughwellBoysU16 200m Final1stPlace David Mannion Ballinderreen2ndPlace Michael Leahy Ballinderreen3rdPlace Robert Urquhart CraughwellU16’sGirls 1500m1stPlace Roisin Geaney Kinvara2ndPlace Isabelle Reddington Dunmore3rdPlace Laura Kenny Bullaun/New InnU16Boys 1500m1stPlace David Hillary Gurteen/Ballymacward2ndPlace Daire McDonagh Bullaun/New InnU10’sMixed Relay 4 x 1001stPlace Ballinasloe2ndPlace Kinvara3rdPlace Moylough/MountbellewU13’sMixed Relays 4 x 1001stPlace Bullaun/New Inn2ndPlace Corofin/Belclare/Sylane3rdPlace CraughwellU15’sMixed Relay 4x100m1stPlace Ballinderreen2ndPlace KinvaraGirlsU12 Relay 4x100m1stPlace Bullaun/New Inn2ndPlace Moylough/Mountbellew3rdPlace ArdrahanBoysU12 Relay 4x100m1stPlace Athenry2ndPlace Bullaun/New Inn3rdPlace BallinderreenGirlsU14’s Relay 4x100m1stPlace Kinvara2ndPlace Bullaun/New Inn3rdPlace BallinderreenGirlsU14’s Relay 4x100m1stPlace Moylough/Mountbellew2ndPlace Ballinderreen3rdPlace KinvaraDanganSports Ground High JumpFieldHigh Jump U16’s Girls1stPlace Aoibhinn Farrell Woodford2ndPlace Aoife Waldron Salthill/CladdaghFieldHigh Jump U16’s Boys1stPlace Conor Booth Skehana/Menloughprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Blitzes in these competitions have already beenplayed in Mountbellew and New Inn. Next Sunday in Ballinderreen, Galway Community Gameswill play the Semi Finals in the U/14 Camogie and U/11 Hurling and theFinals in the Camogie Hurling, U/10 mixed Gaelic and U/12 and U/14 GirlsGaelic.
Speaking ahead of the event Performance Director forboxing, Bernard Dunne, said, “Everybody is happy. Preparations for thiscompetition have been superb. We trained in Belfast for a few weeks, it wasfantastic, and great preparation for our guys. We are ready, we are as preparedas we can be. Now it’s just a matter of going out and fighting. Our guys areeager to get in, we want to get some action. We have a couple of byes, buteventually we are going to have to fight the best. It doesn’t matter if wefight them tomorrow or in a few days time; we are ready and just want to showour best. That’s what our guys want to do.” Archery will see Reidy compete in the preliminaryrounds of the Women’s Recurve Individual at 11:15 Irish time. The results fromtoday will provide the seeding for the 1/32 Elimination Rounds on the 25 Junefor the Dubliner. Team Leader for Archery, Martin Cunningham explainswhat to expect today,“In the Preliminary Rounds archers shoot 72 arrows,their score from these rounds will rank them one to forty eight, basically thiswill then give them a seeding which will see them compete in brackets, like yousee in football or boxing. Archers then go head to head in five round matches,where they shoot three arrows in each match. At the end of the match the winnergets two points, loser gets zero points, and a draw gives you one point. Thefirst person who reaches six points goes through to the next round.”The Opening Ceremony takes place in the DinamoStadium tonight at 18:00 Irish time. Coverage of the European Games is on eirSport for the duration of the Games, with previews and interviews with theIrish athletes featuring throughout the competition also.The European Games take place in Minsk, Belarus,from the 21 – 30 June, with athletes competing across nine sports, five ofwhich are part of the Tokyo 2020 qualification journey.DAYONE SCHEDULE (IRISH TIME): 11:15 – Archery Maeve Reidy (Preliminary RoundsWomen’s Recurve Individual)18:00 – Opening Ceremony TEAMIRELAND ATHLETES FROM CONNACHTBoxing Kieran Molloy Men’sWelter -69kg Galway Aoife O’Rourke Women’s Middle -75kg Roscommon CyclingTrack Lydia Gurley Galway Gymnastics Emma Slevin Women’sAll-Around Galway SCHEDULEFOR 22 JUNE (Irish Time)Boxing Kieran Molloy Men’sWelter -69kg 1pm (Irish Time) 1/8 Finalsprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The second edition of the European Games officiallyopens in Minsk today. The Games run from the 21-30 June, and Team Ireland willbe represented by 63 athletes across nine sports, including many of the topnames in Irish sport, such as boxer Kellie Harrington, cyclist Ryan Mullen andCanoe Sprint racer Jenny Egan. Day one will be a quiet one for Ireland with MaeveReidy being the sole Irish representative, competing in Archery. Three boxingevents had originally been scheduled for the 21 June, but the strength andtalent of the Team Ireland boxers has bought them several byes to later rounds.
In 2009 the GAA celebrated a milestone 125 years since it’s foundation in 1884. To mark the occasion, Galway Bay FM produced an 80 minute documentary looking back at all of the great successes and failures that impacted the lives of so many people in that time. We are broadcasting the documentary in 4 parts over the next four Monday night ‘Over the Line’ sports shows. Part 1 last night featured an interview with former GAA President Joe McDonagh, John Moylan looks at the Galway involvement in the GAA’s foundation, highlights of the 1980 All Ireland final and Joe Connolly’s speech, as well as the thoughts of Cyril Farrell…. Part 2 is next Monday night between 8pm and 10pm on Galway Bay FM. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
THE latest pictures from Tottenham’s new stadium show it’s STILL a building site, despite being weeks overdue already.However, chief engineer Nick Cooper has revealed the reason behind the huge delays – blaming the club’s ambition.3 Tottenham’s new stadium is still a building site, despite being weeks lateCredit: ©Vince Mignott primemediaimages.co.uk +44 7545 970036Despite the lengthy wait for fans, Cooper said supporters should be patient as the stadium will turn out to be “the greatest that’s ever been built”.Cooper told the BBC: “We’ve tried to do something in double time.“If you look at any other project of this nature you wouldn’t have achieved as much as we’ve achieved with the stadium.“Be patient with us, we understand the frustrations. [It will be] the greatest that’s ever been built.”3 Tottenham’s new home was supposed to be open alreadyCredit: ©Vince Mignott primemediaimages.co.uk +44 7545 970036Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino jokes that may go to the new stadium and help on the building site Meanwhile, Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has revealed he has been assured the ground will be completed by the end of 2018.Poch said: “I am confident this year. I had a private conversation with Daniel.“I think they are confident. They are working hard to try to find the solution.“I hope before the year ends, before Christmas, we can play. That’s my wish.”3 The chief engineer on the stadium blames ambition for the delaysCredit: ©Vince Mignott primemediaimages.co.uk +44 7545 970036MOST READ IN FOOTBALLRETRACING STEPSJack Charlton’s granddaughter Emma Wilkinson ‘would love’ to visit IrelandROY RAGEFurious Roy Keane launched foul-mouthed rant at Pique over Fabregas friendshipPicturedTOP FORMBrazil icon Ronaldo soaks up sun with partner Celina Locks on yacht in FormenteraPicturedON THE PAOLPaolo Maldini shows off shredded physique at 52 while on holiday with wifeExclusiveLOCK CLOWNPaul Scholes flouts local lockdown rules by throwing huge 7-hour birthday bashLive Bloggunners newsArsenal transfer news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordExclusiveKEEP IT IN THE FAMILYMan Utd line up shock swoop for Kasper Schmeichel to replace De GeaGAME CHANGERLampard slams ref and VAR for sending off Kovacic in fiery FA Cup final defeatMISS-RON IMPOSSIBLERonaldo LOSES Golden Boot race after axe from Juve squad for final gameTottenham stadium worker films video mocking progress of ground’s construction
HUNTSVILLE, Texas – Sam Houston State University student-athletes from several of the Huntsville, Texas, university’s sports teams gathered on Saturday morning, Feb. 1, to help unload an 18-wheeler truck from the Houston Food Bank.The Bearkat athletes gathered at the city’s high school parking lot to assist the Huntsville Junior Service League in their project to provide food for 1500 Huntsville families.“This is big,” Sam Houston soccer player and Sam Houston Student-Athlete Advisory Committee member Ashley Fluty said. “It was really exciting to be out here today helping people.”Assisting with the Junior Service League project is one of many ways Sam Houston’s student-athletes give back to the community.“Huntsville helps support our teams and we’re grateful for the opportunity to give back,” softball player Sarah Allison said. “Realizing that we’re helping so many families put food on their tables makes each of us really appreciate what we have as Sam Houston athletes.”The Huntsville High School parking lot was filled with volunteers to help with the unloading as well as families to pick up the food.”The Junior Service League contacted us to seek help uploading the Food Bank truck and the athletes were excited to assist,” Sam Houston Associate Athletic Director for Student Services Chris Thompson said. “The kids found it especially rewarding to see the number of families who showed up to receive the food. Everyone was so appreciative. It was a great day.”