INISHOWEN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: BUNCRANA INTO CU FINAL, DUNREE HIT QPS FOR FIVE

first_imgBuncrana Credit Union Cup Semi Final – inishowenfl.ieMoville Celtic 4-3 Rasheney FC  This was a topsy turvy encounter in which Rasheney led two nil at the break but a brace apiece from experienced strikers Joe Doherty and Nigel Mc Monagle saved Moville blushes.Moville started well with McMonagle firing across goal and wide before Raymond Campbell’s header was saved by Johnathan Noone and Tony Boyce headed a Darryl Doherty cross wide.Somewaht against the run of play Rasheney opened the scoring when John Mclaughlin collected a poor clearance and drilled a low shot past Sean McGuinness from sixteen yards.Aaron Friel then had a long range effort saved by McGuinness before at the other end Boyce’s first time shot was brilliantly saved by Noone.Rasheney responded and doubled their lead when McLaughlin’s free was parried by McGuinness and Ryan Doherty was on hand to slot home.They almost added a third when McLaughlin’s free was cleared off the line by Graeme Doherty to Ryan Doherty whose twenty yards effort crashed off the bar.Before the break Movilel went close when Boyce fed McMonagle but his angled effort went past the far post. Moville came flying out of the blocks on the restart with Joe Doherty heading down for Dermot Harkin but his effort from twenty two yards was well held by Noone.They got a goal back on 49 minutes when Joe Doherty fed Tony Boyce who beat the offside trap to advance and square for McMonagle to slide home. Rasheney responded and almost restored their two goal cushion when McLaughlin and Friel combined for the former to cross for Damien Friel whose near post header flew inches wide.The home side replied and on the hour levelled when Darryl Doherty’s cross found Joe Doherty to sidefoot home from six yards. At the other end Rasheney had another chance but substitute John Grant’s effort failed to trouble McGuinness when he was well placed.Moville took the lead on 72 minutes when McMonagle thumped a loose ball from twenty yards past Noone before minutes later Joe Doherty converted a penalty awarded after Boyce was upended.But Rasheney kept going and Mclaughlin saw a fierce angled shot well saved by McGuinness.They reduced the deficit to the minimum on 88 minutes after Mclaughlin’s low cross was converted by his brother David from close range.But try as they could they could not force extra time.Dunree hit point for FIVE Dunree United 5-1 QPS  Having drawn here two weeks ago which saw the point lift the league title Dunree stormed into the final with this deserved victory.The home side staretd well and when Neil Moran crossed the ball fell to Ryan Bradley whose effort deflected away off a defender.They then took the lead on 18 minutes when Liam Baldrick converted a penalty awarded for handball.They doubled their lead on 36 minutes after Sean Doherty fed Conor McBride who beat his man and unleashed a powerful twenty yards effort past Conor McColgan.The point started the second half well with Dean Barron having an early shot turned round the post by Paul McGettigan.Dunree hit back and McBride’s corner was headed onto the bar by Daniel McLaughlin on 52 minutes.The visitors got a goal back then on 64 minutes when Stephen McCarron’s cross was headed home by Oisin McCool.But all thoughts of a comeback were dispelled six minutes later when Baldrick broke on the right and crossed for McLaughlin to slide the ball home.Barron then had another snapshot well turned round by McGettigan but on 75 minutes Daniel McLaughlin robbed a defender and raced clear to slot home.They completed the scoring on 86 minutes when substitute Bernard Doherty fired a superb twenty five yards effort to the top corner. INISHOWEN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: BUNCRANA INTO CU FINAL, DUNREE HIT QPS FOR FIVE was last modified: May 12th, 2013 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:DUNREE HIT QPS FOR FIVEINISHOWEN FOOTBALL LEAGUE: BUNCRANA INTO CU FINALlast_img read more

Hurricanes and harvest weather in 2018

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Aaron Wilson, Ohio State University ExtensionIt was quite the wet week across the state of Ohio! Scattered thunderstorms throughout the week brought isolated 1- to 2-inch rainfall amounts. The big story began on Friday night, as a stalled out front provided a path for the remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon to move through the region, bringing steady to moderate rain and gusty winds from Friday night through Monday morning.While rainfall was certainly heaviest across the southern counties of Ohio this weekend, almost the entire state picked up appreciable amounts of rain. The map shows estimated precipitation totals between Friday morning and Monday morning (September 7-10), showing many areas exceeding 2 inches of rain for the 72-hour event. Preliminary isolated totals of 7.44 inches and 6.35 inches occurred in northwest Montgomery County and northern Scioto County, respectively. Combined with rainfall from earlier in week, these rainfall totals represent 3 to 6 times the normal rainfall for a typical week in early September. With farmers throughout the state eager to continue or begin harvest, the big question is, how soon will we dry out?The immediate forecast looks favorable. In the wake of this past weekend’s rainfall, high temperatures are expected to moderate from the low to mid 70s into the low to mid 80s by week’s end. Dew point temperatures in the 50s and low 60s means dry air will prevail, with partly to mostly sunny skies throughout the week. These weather conditions should help fields dry out throughout the state.The 8 to 14 day projection (September 17-23) provided by the Climate Prediction Center, which includes Farm Science Review week near London, Ohio, suggests both near-normal temperatures and precipitation across Ohio. Normal high (low) temperatures throughout the state during mid-September range from the low 70s (upper 40s) across the north to upper 70s (mid to upper 50s) across southern Ohio, with anywhere from 0.5-inch to 1-inch of weekly rainfall.However, there is some uncertainty in the forecast given the eventual path of another tropical cyclone currently moving toward the southeast U.S. coast. At the time of this article, Hurricane Florence has reached Category 4 (sustained winds of 130 miles per hour) and is expected to come ashore near Wilmington, NC late Sept. 13. While the storm will weaken after moving inland, wind damage and a tremendous amount of rain are expected across the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic regions. Whether Florence will have a large impact on weather conditions in Ohio beyond this weekend is still uncertain, but the situation should be monitored over the next several days. If Florence does make it far enough inland to affect Ohio, the areas to watch right now are the southern and eastern counties. With the ground already saturated from this past weekend’s rainfall, additional heavy rain could quickly deteriorate field conditions once more and stall harvest activities further during the third week of September.Here is the link to the Midwestern Regional Climate Center.last_img read more

Realme U1 selfie-centric smartphone with Helio P70 chip to launch in India today

first_imgIn just a few hours, Realme will announce a brand new smartphone which will be part of a brand new series to cap off the year on a high note. The Realme U1 is set to launch in India today and this is notably the first smartphone in the new U-series. Based on what the company has teased so far, it seems the new U-series will focus on selfie-centric phones. Apart from a powerful selfie camera, the Realme U1 will also be the first smartphone to run the new Helio P70 chipset. The phone will go on sale as an Amazon-exclusive product.The Realme U1 comes after the Realme 2 Pro and Realme C1 that was launched by the company a few weeks ago. Realme has seen a strong debut in the country and most of its phones have hit the best-sellers rank on e-commerce platforms like Amazon India and Flipkart. The Realme U1 will also be available on Flipkart when it goes on sale, and Realme also announced that it is expanding its reach into the offline market, so the Realme U1 may be sold in retail shops as well.There have been a few reports on the Realme U1 that give us a good idea of what to expect. We know based on teasers that the phone will sport a waterdrop display much like the Realme 2 Pro, but there is no information about the size or resolution as of now. Some leaked images also suggest the phone will sport a glossy, reflective back panel, which would not be a surprise considering that’s the design Realme has gone with for all its phones so far.advertisementRealme has already confirmed the biggest USP of the Realme U1 – it will be the world’s first phone to sport the Helio P70 chipset. The latest 12nm MediaTek chipset promises to deliver a 13 per cent boost in performance over its predecessor. The octa-core processor also brings an enhanced AI engine with up to 30 per cent improvement in AI processing over the Helio P60.ALSO READ: Realme C1 review: A budget competitor to Redmi 6ARecently, tipster Ishan Agarwal posted that the Realme U1 will be offered in two RAM and storage variants – 3GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB. Rumours also say that phone will be offered with a 25MP selfie camera as this is a selfie-centric phone. Additionally, the Realme U1 will come in Blue, Gold and Black colours. As for the pricing, rumours suggest the U1 will start at Rs 11,999 for the base model and Rs 14,999 for the top-end variant.last_img read more