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RFH Senior Shares Love of Dance By Teaching at Sisters Academy

first_imgThe Sisters Academy in Asbury Park NJ is an all-girls middle school (grades 5 through 8) that provides its students an academically challenging and highly disciplined learning environment. Just as with all other schools, there are specials, or opportunities to take non-academic classes as well. At the Sisters Academy, one of their electives, Hip-Hop Dance class, is taught by R-FH’s own Sydney Ringer (class of 2012).This past summer, Ms. Ringer participated in a “Leaders for Social Change” course housed at Yale University. The program, offered by Academic Study Associates (ASA), was a three-week-long summer program offered to high school sophomores and juniors with a focus on developing future leaders. Students attending this program identify a global issue of concern to them (such as global climate change or health care access), then develop skills that are applicable to developing strategies for change: leadership skills, problem solving, finance, volunteer strategies and more. Participants of this program then develop an action plan to make a difference in their community back home.“Back home,” Sydney remarks of her fellow students, “is a lot of places. This program was highly international, and home was Lebanon, Brazil, Italy, and beyond. It was interesting to work towards finding common ground with my fellow students. We had to accept things about each other; we had to agree to disagree.” This ability to work together is a hallmark of the young participants. In the end, these students – Sydney included– had to take their action plan home and make it work.Sydney, who has been dancing competitively for 9 years, built her idea around her talent, dance and choreography. Ms. Ringer’s plan was to bring some of her knowledge to students who had a desire to learn dance, but probably didn’t have the resources. But the location? The students? Those questions had yet to be worked out upon her return.An introduction to the Sisters of Mercy in Asbury Park was all she needed. Sydney began teaching a dance class at Sisters Academy, and now is in the middle of the first full semester of her class. Sydney works with half of the seventh grade students during their school day in the fall semester, and the other half in the spring semester. Each class progresses from warm-ups to new moves, and then works on a sequence and routine. Sydney hopes to find a performance space for the students to hold a recital at year’s end.Ms. Ringer keeps on learning. She says that teaching as a skill is less mysterious to her now; she has come to understand an educator’s focus on students and providing them an opportunity to succeed.These leadership skills dovetail nicely into Sydney’s future plans. She is interested in politics and finds herself attending to the many different points of view that exist in the world. As she waits to hear from the colleges to which she has applied, Sydney Ringer continues to dedicate herself to her community and her art.last_img read more

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‘Poverty Doctor’ Others Earn Golden Image Award

first_imgPresident Sirleaf congratulates the beneficiaries of the 2017 Golden Image Awards.Dr. J. Mills Jones, identified as ‘poverty doctor’ across the country for the implementation of the financial inclusion policy at the Central Bank of Liberia, was among several local and international distinguished personalities honored at the 7th Golden Image Awards.Dr. Jones is the standard bearer of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), and has said that poverty is not Liberians’ destiny.The Golden Image Award has been held annually to recognize individuals in different disciplines and organizations that put their resources to improve humanity, sustain peace, development and social justice.The program was organized by the Liberia Crusaders for Peace on Thursday, July 20, at the Monrovia City Hall under the theme: “Let’s Maintain the Peace.”The awardees also included ECOWAS Ambassador to Liberia, Babatunde Olanrewaju Ajisomo; Lutheran Bishop Jensen Seyenkulo; UNMIL SRSG Farid Zarif; U.S. Ambassador Christine Elder (On behalf of former US first lady Michelle Obama); Ghanaian Actor Kofi Ajorwolo, among others.President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who is the image of the awards, was present at the program and was gowned.Ambassador Endee explained that this year’s beneficiaries have worked tirelessly to ensure that Liberia maintains peace, improve the business sector and preserve lives.Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai presented the award to Dr. Mills Jones on behalf of the National Golden Image Award (GIA) Secretariat in recognition of his leadership role in empowering Liberians, including market women, women of the Village Savings and Loan Associations, students, youths, the Liberian Business Association, credit unions and other Liberian owned businesses throughout the country.In response, Dr. Jones lauded VP Boakai and commended the GIA secretariat for recognizing his leadership role, especially in the implementation of the financial inclusion policy when he served as executive governor at the Central Bank Liberia.Mr. Kofi Ajorwolo, a Ghanaian movie star, appreciated President Sirleaf for her leadership role and maintaining peace in Liberia. He explained that peace remains a major tool for the development of any country. He also lauded the efforts of Juli Endee for organizing the event.Guest speaker Prince Adetokundo Kayode, former Minister of National Defense of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and deputy president of the Abuja Chamber of Commerce, called on Liberians to work tirelessly to maintain the peace that is being enjoyed by all.“Liberia deserves better so we must all continue to work to maintain the peaceful legacy of President Sirleaf because peace is a precious phenomenon that is not cheap,” he said.Prince Kayode called on Liberians to elect a leader that will maintain peace, improve the economy, fight corruption and ensure the development of the country.“This is the first civilian-to-civilian election, therefore you the citizens have the power to elect a leader that will bring change, and everyone must learn to propose than oppose,” he cautioned.President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in remarks applauded Amb. Endee for doing “surprising things to make the nation and its people proud,” and she challenged the Crusaders for Peace to continue to preach peace and endeavor to articulate the positives that radiate Liberia’s diversity.She welcomed the building of a statue in her honor and her many contributions to the development of the country for the past 11 years as president.The statue, according to Ambassador Endee, will be built in one of the counties as an appreciation and recognition of the president’s invaluable services to peace in Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Doctors appointed to Leguan Cottage Hospital

first_imgFollowing complaints Days after the publication of an article by Guyana Times about the absence of medical professionals on the island of Leguan, the Public Health Ministry on Friday announced that two doctors were appointed to serve the community.During a visit by this publication to this island last weekend, residents complained bitterly about the need for medical professionals in the community.On Friday, Minister within the Public Health Ministry, Dr Karen Cummings, informed this publication that two doctors were appoint at the Leguan Cottage Hospital.“I managed to find out that at Leguan, there are two doctors there; Dr Ricola Cummings and Dr Perry and they’ve gone there this week, so they’ve been placed there.”It was related that while this problem was resolved, a meeting was facilitated on Thursday where the Regional Health Officers (RHO) were engaged on matters surrounding the functioning of the various hospitals in that region.“I just came back from a meeting in Essequibo where we’re introspecting to see where our gaps are, what problems we have and how we’re going to solve them. So each Regional Health Officer is presenting their achievements and challenges and solutions,” Minister Cummings stated.She noted that in the coming days, information pertaining to these discussions and other areas of the healthcare systems will be disclosed.“What I know for sure is that we’re working assiduously to ensure that we deliver quality and effective care to the residents of Leguan.”During the visit by Guyana Times to the island, it was revealed that the major issue being faced when accessing healthcare services was the lack of medical personnel at the island’s medical facility. However, for specialisd treatment, residents would have to cross the Essequibo River and travel almost an hour to reach the West Demerara Regional Hospital (WDRH).Another issue raised by the residents was the absence of the X-ray facility despite a building being constructed and an X-ray machine procured. The X-ray department at the hospital was expected to be fully functional before the end of 2017, but this is yet to become a reality.last_img read more

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Businessman’s daughter appeals judge’s decision

first_imgMultimillion-dollar estate disputeFollowing a High Court decision to probate a Will allegedly made by horse racing enthusiast Yusuf Mongroo bequeathing his multimillion-dollar estate to a cashier employed at his enterprise and his housekeeper, the late businessman’s daughter had moved to the Court of Appeal in a desperate attempt to recover her father’s properties.The owner of popular horse racing service, Horseshoe Racing Services, died onSherene MongrooAugust 15, 2010, while a patient at the St Joseph Mercy Hospital. At the time, both of his daughters were in the United States and he was being cared for by his housekeeper, Indranie Mulchand.Upon receiving the news of his death, his youngest daughter Sherene Mongroo flew to Guyana and became concerned when she saw the state her father’s body was in. This led to her asking for an autopsy which was conducted by Government Pathologist, Dr Nehaul Singh at the Georgetown Public Hospital. That autopsy revealed that Mongroo was suffering from cerebral edema (fluids in and swelling of the brain).This revelation caused the woman to do some investigations regarding her father’s life before his death. It was during this time that she stumbled upon a Will which stated that 55 per cent of her father’s multimillion-dollar estate was bequeathed to a cashier of Guyana racing services, Sasedai Persaud, while the remaining 45 per cent was reportedly left in the name of his housekeeper Mulchand, who later claimed to be his reputed wife.The man’s residence in New Garden Street was also left to the housekeeper. This discovery promoted Sherene Mongroo to take legal action and so Persaud was ordered to present monthly statements of the company’s finances to the man’s daughter; however, this only happened for a few months and then not at all.After a few months, Mongroo filed a lawsuit challenging the Will since it was made 72 hours before his death and at the time, he could not have been compos mentis (of sound mind) or with testamentary capacity to have a Will and testament made.The Will carried two signatories as “witnesses” – one of whom was Dr Rohan Jabour of St Joseph Mercy Hospital – who testified during the proceedings that although he signed the document as a “witness”, he was not actually present when the businessman reportedly signed the Will.Moreover, during the proceedings, Trinidadian Forensic Document Examiner, Glenn Tarmassar, was called in to examine the Will and testified that it was a laser copy. The T&T handwriting expert had to go to the defence Attorney’s office (Cameron and Shepherd) to examine the document since the defendants did not want to release the document.After several years of proceedings, trial Judge, Justice Roxanne George-Wiltshire on December 16, 2016, handed down a ruling in favour of the two defendants that the Will presented to the court be probated in solemn form.The Judge also ordered that Sherene Mongroo pay the two defendants court costs amounted to a total of $175,000.However, the businessman’s daughter refuses to accept the court’s decision. According to Mongroo, she nor her Attorney were informed about the ruling three weeks ago. She explained that having residence overseas, she would usually fly to Guyana for the hearings during the trial and had intended to do the same for the ruling, which occurred some two years after the parties had completed their respective submissions.She noted that the court indicated to her lawyer that the ruling would be anything soon and that Mongroo be informed but no dates were given.The woman related that she arrived in Guyana on December 15, 2016 and checked with her lawyer and still no dates were given. However, the decision was handed down the following day in her and her Attorney’s absence.Mongroo has since moved to challenge the High Court’s decision and has filed an appeal. The appeal named Sasedai Persaud and Indranie Mulchand as respondents.last_img read more

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Huskies go 1-and-1 this past weekend

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Huskies went 1-and-1 this past weekend.On Friday night, the Huskies squared off against a tough opponent in the form of the North Peace Navigators. Adam Bowie put the Huskies up 1-0 just under 8 minutes in on a pass from Jared Lowen. Just over 2 minutes later, the Navs answered right back with a powerplay goal after Brandon Howard was given 2 minutes for interference. The pups weren’t able to bounce back from there, as the Navs scored another goal in the first to go up 2-1, followed by another trio of goals in the 2nd period to take the win 5-1.Saturday was a different story as the Huskies headed to Fairview for revenge against the team that knocked them out of the playoffs last year. It was all Fort St. John in the first period, as Jacob Lang and Kyle Crawford both scored in less than a minute’s span. Drew Fudger, Gary Loewen, Joshua Robinson, and Lou Turnbull-Giesbrecht all notched assists. Brandon Howard added a third goal 15:18 into the first period with Robinson’s second helper. Drew Fuger put the dogs up 4-0 with just over 2 minutes left in the third, helped by Lang and Loewen.- Advertisement -In the second, the dogs kept up the pressure, with Robinson scoring his first of the game from Howard and Fudger just over 1 minute in. Wyatt Griffiths scored his first of the game on the powerplay from Bowie and Thomas Webster with less than five remaining in the second. Though the Flyers finally managed to get on the board, it wasn’t enough as the Huskies shut the Flyers down in the third to take home the 6-1.The Huskies are next in action this coming weekend for their home opener on Saturday, when they look to avenge their season opener loss to the Sexsmith Vipers. Before the game, the Huskies will be celebrating 50 years of Junior hockey in the Energetic City with their annual Skate with the Huskies event at the North Peace Arena from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.last_img read more

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Tanker cited many times

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SACRAMENTO – The gasoline tanker that crashed and exploded this week on a San Francisco Bay Area freeway had been cited repeatedly for safety violations and was ordered off the road last year because its faulty brakes posed an imminent threat to public safety, according to federal records. The tanker or its driver have been cited 27 times since 2004 for violations ranging from unsafe brakes and tires to carrying more gasoline than the truck was rated for, according to documents obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The six-year-old tanker was incinerated in an explosion that collapsed an interstate connector to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. It was owned by Sabek Transportation, a South San Francisco-based company that operates a fleet of eight trucks to ship gasoline between a refinery in Benicia and a string of Gas and Shop stations throughout the Bay Area. The records obtained from the Motor Carrier Safety Administration show Sabek’s trucks have received at least 60 violations in the past three years during inspections carried out by the California Highway Patrol. The truck found to have unsafe brakes was held at the inspection site until they could be repaired. In addition to the numerous violations for unsafe tires or brakes, CHP officers wrote several violations for problems with steering, suspension and exhaust systems. The company’s drivers also were routinely cited for inadequate medical certificates and other offenses that were not specified in the federal records. Sometimes the gasoline trucks lacked proper lighting and hazardous materials placards. Maintenance also appeared to be an increasing problem for the company. Three out of every four inspections on Sabek trucks in the last year resulted in violations. The Sabek truck involved in Sunday’s accident had not passed a single inspection since summer 2004 without at least one violation, according to the federal records.last_img read more

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AFC look to keep winning run, Gor hunt at Zoo

first_imgLeaders Sofapaka play at home against Mount Kenya United with early pace setters Bandari looking to bounce back to winning ways when they host Kakamega Homeboyz in Mombasa. Tusker host Kariobangi Sharks in a mouth-watering tie at Ruaraka while KCB hosts Western Stima in Machakos.Gor, with a three-game deficit can move top of the table with victory against Zoo if both Sofapaka and Bandari fail to win. Hassan Oktay’s men are looking to defend the title but the tactician has admitted it will be a treacherous ride to achieve that target.Former Gor Mahia striker Ephraim Guikan tries to go past a forest of legs during his side’s 4-0 win over Zoo Kericho at the Kasarani Stadium on December 12, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond Makhaya“It will be very tough for us because we are in the running for three competitions, all very tough. We need to take a game at a time and manage the squad very well. We go to Kericho on Wednesday then after that we go to Kisumu. It’s tough,” the tactician stated.Oktay’s Gor are third with 32 points, just one behind Sofapaka and Bandari and they come up against a side placed 16th in the standings.Odds are hugely stacked in Gor’s favor as in five meetings, they have only dropped points to Zoo once, in a 1-1 draw in Kerichop on November 5, 2017. The last three times these two sides have met, K’Ogalo has scored four goals in each game.Zoo have only won once in their last five games and will be looking to upset the odds and boost their hopes of survival. Nicholas Kipkurui will be facing his former side for the first time since leaving for K’Ogalo at the end of last season.AFC Leopards new boss Cassa Mbungo during his side’s during their Kenyan Premier League clash against Mount Kenya United at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on February 6, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaAt the Bukhungu Stadium, AFC Leopards will be looking to keep their renewed spirit running. The 2-1 come from behind victory over Western Stima last weekend hoisted them off the bottom two to 13th with 19 points and another victory will pull them further up the standings.“I was really pleased with the performance the players put up against Stima. It showed that we have grown in mentality and the players are fighting hard. AFC Leopards is a good team and we should not be where we are in the table,” head coach Cassa Mbungo noted.“We must keep working hard to improve and work on the small details especially when we lose the ball. I expect a tough game against Vihiga but if we play the way we have been of late, then we will get victory,” he added.The two lie side by side in the standings with Vihiga a point below. The two sides have met only thrice in top flight, two of the games ending in draws while only one was a victory for Leopards in the first leg of last season.Sofapaka FC players celebrate their goal against AFC Leopards during a Kenyan Premier League match at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega on March 13, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMeanwhile, Sofapaka will be looking to keep their place on top of the table when they come up against their former boss Melis Medo and his Mount Kenya United side. Medo coached Sofapaka briefly for two months before he left to re-join Mount Kenya.The two met in the first match of the season, with Medo in charge of Sofapaka, Batoto ba Mungu winning 2-1.Sofapaka have been in good form since the American’s departure to rise to the top of the standings, but should be wary of their momentum being slowed down by the international break.Three wins on the trot by John Baraza’s charges saw Sofapaka climb top, but they were beaten on penalties by fourth tier side Bungoma Super Stars in the Football Kenya Federation Shield to dent their run.But, with Baraza knowing the KPL title is all they have to fight for will be going all out against Mount Kenya to retain their hold on top spot.Medo’s men have lost four of their last five games and sit bottom of the standings with 12 points. The American tactician who helped the side avoid relegation last season will have a point to prove to Sofapaka and if motivation is anything, this will be one match he wants to win at all costs.Bandari FC players celebrating. Photo/FILEElsewhere, Bandari will be eyeing revenge when they play Homeboyz in Mombasa, the Kakamega based men having beaten them 4-0 when they last met in Kakamega.History favors Bandari as Homeboyz have never won in Mombasa, the best result being one draw, a 0-0 result in 2017.Bandari are winless in their last four games having lost two and drawn a similar number. Head coach Bernard Mwalala will be looking to bring the rocky boat back to safe waters and he says his side is focused on three points at home.At the Ruaraka Complex in Nairobi, struggling Tusker who have gone flat with four losses and a draw in their last five games will welcome fifth placed Kariobangi Sharks with head coach Robert Matano looking to keep his title hopes afloat.The alemen are looking to delete some forgettable history against Sharks as they have never beaten them in four league meetings. Their last encounter in the second leg of last season ended up in a 5-2 victory for Sharks.KPL Midweek fixtures (Kick off 3pm unless stated): Sofapaka v Mount Kenya United (2pm), KCB v Western Stima (4pm – Machakos), Zoo Kericho V Gor Mahia (Kericho), AFC Leopards v Vihiga United (Kakamega), Ulinzi Stars v Sony Sugar (Afraha), Tusker FC v Kariobangi Sharks (Ruaraka), Bandari v Kakamega Homeboyz (Mombasa)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia fans celebrate Jacques Tuyisenge’s goal against Petro Atletico during their CAF Confederations Cup Group D match at the Kasarani Stadium on March 17, 2019. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 27 – Seven fixtures have been lined up for Wednesday evening as the Kenyan Premier League 2018/2019 transitional season enters its home stretch.Champions Gor Mahia will play one of their three catch up fixtures against Zoo Kericho in the Rift Valley while AFC Leopards will be home away from home when they take on Vihiga United at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega.last_img read more

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TRANSFER FIGHT! Everton, Manchester City and West Ham all chasing Danish starlet

first_img Pione Sisto 1 Everton, Manchester City and West Ham are all tracking the progress of Danish prodigy Pione Sisto.All three Premier League clubs have sent scouts over to Denmark this season to watch the 20-year-old winger in action for FC Midtjylland.According to Danish news outlet Tipsbladet, Sisto impressed scouts of all three teams during Midtjylland’s recent Europa League game against Club Brugge and could be the subject of a January bidding war.West Ham were keen to bring Sisto to Upton Park in the summer but it is understood the youngster, who was born in Uganda, wanted to stay and continue his development in Denmark for at least another season.After receiving clearance from FIFA to represent Denmark in May, Sisto made his senior international debut in September, playing 45 minutes in a Euro 2016 qualifier against Albania.last_img read more

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Mourinho to replace Neville at Valencia? Arsenal to make £30m swoop? Gossip

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Valencia have urged Jose Mourinho to forget about Manchester United and become their next boss. Gary Neville was sacked by the La Liga club after only four months with No2 Pako Ayestaran announced as his interim replacement. But serious discussions have been ongoing for more than a month about Mourinho becoming the master of the Mestalla. (The Sun)Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini is also on Valencia’s radar to replace Neville. Pellegrini will leave City this summer to make way for Pep Guardiola. (Daily Mail)Arsenal have been to see Granit Xhaka play a staggering THIRTY times this season as they look to make a major midfield signing this summer. The Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger has sent his scouts to make weekly checks on Borussia Monchengladbach star Xhaka and they are lining up a £30million move. (Daily Mirror)Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also a summer transfer target for Arsenal. They have sent scouts to watch the Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder and have further monitored his progress via video clips. (Guardian)Chelsea’s hopes of recalling Andreas Christensen from his loan spell at Borussia Mönchengladbach are set to be dashed by the player, with the Denmark defender keen to continue pursuing first-team opportunities with the Bundesliga club.(Guardian)David Moyes and Sean Dyche top Aston Villa’s wanted list to replace Remi Garde. Former Manchester United boss Moyes was wanted by Villa earlier in the season, but frightened them off when he said he needed £40million to keep them up this season. And Dyche, boss of Championship leaders Burnley, would cost £3 million in compensation if he was to take up the challenge at Villa Park. (Daily Mirror)Mario Balotelli has been offered a monster wage packet to go and play in China. Super League side Jiangsu Suning are interested in ending the forward’s Liverpool nightmare. (Daily Star)West Ham United have added Wilfried Bony to the list of strikers the club will work their way through if they cannot land Michy Batshuayi. Marseille striker Batshuayi is West Ham’s top summer target, but the east Londoners face considerable competition for his signature – not least from rivals Tottenham Hotspur. (Daily Telegraph)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Transfer report: Arsenal and Chelsea both eyeing summer swoop for Inter Milan star Marcelo BrozovicManchester United transfer news: Jose Mourinho wants Jeison Murillo at Old TraffordNewcastle transfer report: Torino captain Kamil Glik a summer target for MagpiesRomelu Lukaku’s agent claims Everton striker is ready to play for European giantWest Ham on verge of signing Valencia prodigy Antonio MartinezArsenal FC transfer news: Gunners scouting Naby Keita with view to summer offerTottenham Hotspur transfer news: Spurs make enquiry for FC Utrecht striker Sebastien HallerManchester City transfer news: Pep Guardiola wants to secure stunning £75m Paul Pogba deal before Euro 2016last_img read more

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DDTV – COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – IT’S THE BATTLE FOR SHAM!

first_imgThey brought us the hilarious stand-off between Donegal and Dublin fans before the All-Ireland semi-final which was watched by more than 100,000 people.And now madcap video bloggers Giddyupskits have done it again pitting Donegal fans against their Kerry rivals. The team behind the side-splitting comedy-team have just released their epic video ‘The Battle For Sham’ ahead of next week’s All-Ireland Final.Simply click on the video to play.DDTV – COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – IT’S THE BATTLE FOR SHAM! was last modified: September 13th, 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:ALL-IRELAND FINALdonegalGiddyupSkitsKerrylast_img read more

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