Alanah on behalf of Joe Gallagher, Stop & Shop and Paddy McDevitt, Boston homes LLG making the presentation to players and committee members of new tops sponsored for last weekends Gaeltacht championships.The club would like to thank you both for the very generous sponsorship and also to Alanah who presented the tops on the day. The seniors lost out to Downings in the Junior Gaeltacht semi final last weekend in Glenties. An excellent performance from the team losing only by a couple of points they will take a lot of confidence going into next weekends double fixture round.Next Saturday evening we host Robert Emmets with a 4pm throw in.On Sunday again in Dooey we play Carndonagh with a 3pm throw in.The club lotto draw took place last Monday evening in the hall. The jackpot was not won on the night. Numbers drawn were 11, 16, 20 & 27. Two lucky dip winners receive €50 Johnny Gallagher, Dirlaught & Annmarie McGettigan, Derrylaconnell. Next weeks jackpot stands at €2850.Well done to Keelin Devenney and “the clubhub ” app that was tried and tested at last weekends Gaeltacht finals. A great success. You will be able to download from the App Store & the play store in the coming weeks.Congratulations to former senior player Odhran Gallagher who got married last Weekend. From all at the club.The club would like to extend its sincere condolences to the families of John Melly & Packy Cannon who sadly passed away last weekend.NA ROSSA NARROWLY LOSE OUT TO DOWNINGS IN JUNIOR GAELTACHT was last modified: May 3rd, 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:GAANa RossaSport
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest On Thursday, April 30 we started planting corn and we didn’t stop until yesterday. We no-till everything. The first corn we planted was 300 acres of custom work and that gave our no-till fields a little longer to dry.I was glad to get some rain. I was hoping to get a half-inch or so to get the chemicals working. On Saturday and Sunday we had anything from .45 up to 1.7 inches in the Delphos area. In Hancock County there were areas that didn’t get any rain. We took yesterday off because of the Mother’s Day curse. We didn’t do anything yesterday and I was glad we stopped because it got wet pretty fast. They are talking about some heavy rain today.The majority of corn we planted that first week is up. There are some beans up. We started sewing beans on that Friday or Saturday and those are up. I am just about done planting. I only have 16 aces of corn to go and 200 acres of beans. That 16 acres has not been fit yet. It is wetter ground, so we may not be doing that this week yet because it looks like we are getting rain and cooler temperatures.Boy that 85-degree weather really helped move things along. Everything got in the ground with warmer temperatures and I feel comfortable with how everything went in. I am really pleased with the stands we have out there so far. The wheat is really coming on and it looks better now that you can’t see the holes from the road. We had a heck of a run there.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Stephen Caraway of West Union is the winner of the 2016 Ohio Farm Bureau Discussion Meet. The final round of the competition was held during Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals Leadership Conference Jan. 29 in Columbus.The annual contest tests participants’ subject knowledge, problem solving abilities and personal and small group communications skills.Caraway won $1,000 from Nationwide Insurance, a Polaris Most Versatile Generator and an expense-paid trip to the 2017 American Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Phoenix where he will represent Ohio in the national Discussion Meet contest.Caraway, an Adams County Farm Bureau member, serves as an Adams County commissioner. He is a member of West Union Lions Club and numerous other civic organizations. He grew up on an 124-acre pumpkin and agritourism operation.The other finalists were Mike Derringer of Eaton, Andy Korb of Oxford and Joy Sizemore of Monroeville.The Discussion Meet is hosted by Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals – singles and married couples ages 18 to 35 who are interested in improving the business of agriculture, learning new ideas and developing leadership skills. To learn more about Discussion Meet and the Young Ag Professionals program, visit experienceyap.com.
Chief Minister and Biju Janata Dal president Naveen Patnaik on Thursday campaigned for party nominee Rita Sahu in the Bijepur Assembly seat in western Odisha where bypoll is scheduled to be held on October 21. Hundreds of supporters stood along the roads when Mr. Patnaik undertook a roadshow and addressed people at several locations urging them to vote for Ms. Sahu for the all-round development of their constituency. Many senior party leaders were also present. Overnight stayMr. Patnaik is scheduled to stay overnight and campaign in different areas on Friday. Ms. Sahu had won from Bijepur as a BJD candidate when a bypoll was held in the constituency in 2018 following the death of her husband and then Congress MLA Subal Sahu. As campaigning will come to end on Saturday evening, other major contenders for the seat – Sanat Gartia of the Bharatiya Janata Party and Dillip Kumar Panda of Congress – have also intensified campaign in the constituency. Many senior leaders of the BJD, the BJP and the Congress have been camping in Bijepur to canvass for votes in favour of their respective candidates. Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, who campaigned in the constituency a few days ago, is scheduled to campaign again to seek votes in favour of Mr. Gartia on Friday. The bypoll was necessitated after Mr. Patnaik, who had won from both Bijepur and Hinjili constituencies, vacated the Bijepur seat.
zoom Russia’s energy giant Gazprom and Japan’s Mitsui & Co. (Mitsui) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation in feasibility and marketing studies with regard to the bunkering of marine vessels with liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Russia’s Far East and the Asia-Pacific region on September 2, 2016, in Vladivostok. Gazprom and Mitsui, which is focused on the development, marketing, distribution and treatment of energy products in Japan and overseas, as well as on financial activities, discussed the ongoing and future cooperation, focusing, among other things, on LNG production within the Sakhalin II project and on the increase of its output with the construction of the third production train of the LNG plant.“Gazprom and Mitsui have successfully cooperated on the Sakhalin II project. Now we have an excellent opportunity to partner in a new business area – small-scale LNG,” Alexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, said.Russia’s only LNG plant is operating under the Sakhalin II project. The project operator is Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd., with the ownership distributed among Gazprom, Shell, Mitsui and Mitsuibishi.On June 18, 2015, Gazprom and Shell signed a memorandum on implementing the construction project for the third production train of the LNG plant. In 2015, the plant produced 10.8 million tons of LNG, exceeding the design capacity by 1.2 million tons.