first_imgWBO middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders, from Britain, poses during a boxing news conference Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017 in Laval, Quebec. Saunders is slated to defend his title Saturday against David Lemieux, of Canada.. (Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press via AP)Boxing champion Billy Joe Saunders hopes that new surroundings brings out the best in him as he puts his World Boxing Organization middleweight title on the line against David Lemieux.The 28-year-old Englishman will fight for the first time in North America on Saturday as he faces the Canadian at the Laval Place Bell arena in Lemieux’s home province of Quebec. ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours View comments Banal satisfied with rookie picks as Marinerong Pilipino looks for fresh legs LATEST STORIES “(He’s been winning) against bums, knocking out old men,” Saunders said of Lemieux.In his last fight in September, Saunders made his second defence of his title against Willie Monroe.He won the WBO title by outpointing Ireland’s Andy Lee two years ago.Saunders holds the only world title in his weight class that is not in the hands of Gennady Golovkin.Golovkin is in talks for a rematch with Canelo Alvarez on May 5 and if the pieces fall together, the winner of Saturday’s bout could challenge in a unification fight against Golovkin or Alvarez in September.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “I’m used to fighting outside the U.K.. I’m a traveler of the world,” Saunders said. “I don’t care if there’s a million people (cheering for Lemieux). It’s just me and him in that ring, end of the story.”Boxing promoter Frank Warren said Saunders won’t be intimidated by the atmosphere. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“This is a tough fight in the other guy’s back yard, but this is what Bill wanted,” Warren said.Saunders (25-0, 12 KOs) is hoping to rely on his ring savvy and boxing skills to disarm the explosive punching power of Lemieux, who has 33 knockouts in 38 victories. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Lemieux has recorded four straight wins since being stopped in the eighth round by Golovkin two years ago. In his last fight, Lemieux (38-3, 33 KOs) outpointed Marcos Reyes at Las Vegas’s T-Mobile Arena in May.Lemieux is so confident of a victory that he boasted it would take a low blow from a baseball bat for him to lose to Saunders. “I don’t know how he can say that he will knock me out. He’s going to hit me in the crotch with a baseball bat? There’s no way Saunders is going to drop me. But if he somehow makes it to the end of the fight, I promise he’ll be in the hospital.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finalslast_img read more


first_imgGirls Alliance for Future Leadership, (GAFL), a teenage advocacy group in Monrovia, has called on the Liberian government to tackle challenges facing the educational system with a multi-sector approach including the involvement of the international community.A release signed by its secretary general, Ms. Sammita Entsua, said the crisis that unfolded regarding the decision by the Ministry of Education to interrupt the 2015 WAEC candidates and by the announcement of the closure of schools on July 31, indicate that much is needed to be done for the sector.The organization noted that there were flaws in the educational system, acknowledged by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and without resolving the ‘mess’, it was compounded by the outbreak of the Ebola Virus Disease, and yet without effective consultation with parents, the government went ahead and announced the re-opening of schools.“The re-opening of schools was to demonstrate that things were coming on fine in the wake of the Ebola outbreak. Now the Liberian government must put in more resources of every kind to ensure that the education system is transformed for the better,” the release said.The organization noted that there must be no lip service from the Ministry of Education and other government functionaries responsible to ensure an improved education system for Liberians so that despite the uncertainties, students can have an uninterrupted period of learning experience.GAFL has over 500 members spread across Monrovia. The members are in Slipway, Central Monrovia, New Kru Town, Logan Town, West Point and other communities.The group seeks educational opportunities for disadvantaged girls; advocates against teenage pregnancy and promotes empowerment for girls.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgThe Public Telecommunications Ministry is examining the further development of an animation industry in Guyana.This was disclosed by Minister Cathy Hughes at the inaugural Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference.The minister told the gathering that the development of an animation industry will provide further investment opportunities for the country and will also foster new entrepreneurs and employment opportunities.Minister Cathy HughesShe said the Government will be networking with relevant stakeholders to build synergy for the development of the industry since the animation industry has increased significantly across the Caribbean.“We are looking at opportunities to ensure budding entrepreneurs are given opportunities to develop ourselves in the animation market … the opportunities to garner international business is real and possible and we think here our labour cost makes an advantage for us to be able to compete in a worldwide market compared to those in the industry.”According to the minister, there is currently a small privately-owned animation studio called Animax which began in 2013 providing 15 to 16 seats for showings. The ministry has already funded three persons involved in local animation network for training in Suriname.last_img read more


first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Progress Energy announced today that it has partnered with Classroom Champions to bring mentorship opportunities to students in Fort St. John and the surrounding area over the next three years.Classroom Champions is a charity that connects volunteer athletes with students through monthly video lessons, live video chats and in-class visits as part of a mentorship program. Since launching in 2009, Classroom Champions has established itself in more than 1,000 classrooms ranging from kindergarten to Grade 8 and has mentored more than 25,000 students across Canada and the U.S.“Progress is very excited to bring Classroom Champions, a program that inspires excellence in youth, to schools in the Fort St. John area,” said Dennis Lawrence, Vice President of Production with Progress Energy.  “Where else can you find elite athletes hanging out with kids and talking about what success means, and the work required to achieve great things? Classroom Champions encourages kids to recognize their potential, set goals and dream big and we’re thrilled athletes like Alysia Rissling are volunteering their time to connect with students in our communities.”Progress Energy said in a release that its partnership will provide the opportunities to almost 500 students in 19 Fort St. John classrooms over the next three years. This year, Canadian bobsleigh World Cup Bronze medalist Alysia Rissling will work with students at Bert Ambrose, Alwin Holland, and C.M. Finch Elementary schools. This is Rissling’s first year as a Classroom Champions athlete mentor, and she said that she is looking forward to sharing her knowledge and experiences with Fort St. John-area students.“It’s truly inspiring to witness the impact our athletes continue to have on students and to see the strong relationships they develop with their athlete mentors,” said Steve Mesler, Olympic and World Champion as well as Co-Founder and CEO of Classroom Champions. “We are grateful for the support of Progress Energy and the company’s commitment to building mentorship opportunities with students in Fort St. John in the coming years.”- Advertisement –last_img read more


first_imgThe award ceremony at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott Hotel proved to be a nail-biter right down to the end as medals and trophies were handed out. As a team, Moorpark scored highest on the Super Quiz Relay portion of the competition held Saturday, mastering questions on climatology. North Hollywood High School came in fourth on the Super Quiz, with senior Jasmine Florentine proving to be the most worthy single opponent in the competition. She took home nine medals, a scholarship of $1,500 and bragging rights for earning 8,946 points out of a possible 9,000 – the most for any student. “It’s really emotional for me and for all of us,” Florentine said. El Camino won the national title in 1998, 2001, 2004 and 2005. El Camino Real High School narrowly beat two local challengers Sunday to win the state’s Academic Decathlon, putting the Woodland Hills team within reach of a fifth national title. The eight-member El Camino team scraped past Granada Hills Charter by just 210 points, clinching California’s title with a total of 50,486 points out of a possible 60,000. Ventura County’s Moorpark High School came in third with a total of 49,584 points. “We were under the radar for the whole season, which allowed us to stay focused,” said El Camino coach Lissa Gregorio. “I couldn’t be more proud of them.” As it did in 2005, El Camino entered the competition this year as a “wild card” team after coming in second to Granada Hills Charter at the Los Angeles Unified School District regional competition last month. “Knowing that we had lost to Granada Hills in the city competition really scared us going in,” said Venus Vakhshori of El Camino. “Their win had humbled us,” agreed Jennifer Yoo, 18, also of El Camino. “It made us work harder. There were times when we yelled at each other to study harder.” Sunday’s defeat was a difficult one for the close-knit Granada Hills team and for coach Nicholas Weber. “We worked so hard since June, but we lost by just 10 questions,” Weber said as he comforted his tearful team. “It will take a few days for them to adjust.” Victor El Camino will compete at the national competition next month in Honolulu. Team members are Vakhshori, 17, Yoo, 18, Shengya Cao, 17, Helen Durand, 17, Sam Farahmand, 16, Jiyoung Kim, 17, and Frank Soberanis, 17. California has won 13 of 25 national championships, with nine of those brought home by LAUSD teams. Last year, Taft High School of Woodland Hills won its third national championship. Taft also won in 1989 and 1994. The Academic Decathlon consists of multiple-choice tests in art, economics, language and literature, mathematics, music and science, as well as the Super Quiz oral relay and written contests, interviews, speech and essay competitions. Although teams can compete with as few as six students, each typically has nine: three with grade-point averages of 3.75 to 4.00; three with GPAs of 3.00 to 3.74; and three with GPAs below 3.00. susan.abram@dailynews.com (818) 713-3664 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_img 20 20 20 15. Manchester United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.801m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 10. Crystal Palace – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.814m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 8= Tottenham – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.815m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20. Arsenal – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.788metres. To find out where your club ranks, click the arrow above, right – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 3. Southampton – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.835m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 14. Leicester City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.805m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 6. Stoke City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.825m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 7. Sunderland – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.82m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 13. Chelsea – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.809m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 2. Watford – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.837m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 8= Liverpool – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.815m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 11= Swansea – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.81m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 1. West Brom – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.841m 20 18. Norwich City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.791m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 16. Newcastle United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.8m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 19. Manchester City – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.79m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 5. West Ham United – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.829m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 20 20 20 17. Bournemouth – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.793m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 4. Everton – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.834m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20 20 20 For years Arsenal have been criticised for their lack of height with Per Mertesacker, Laurent Koscielny and Olivier Giroud their only regular first-team outfield players who can in any way be thought of as tall.And their current reluctance to land a powerful midfielder like Nemanja Matic or Morgan Schneiderlin at rivals Chelsea and Manchester United has confused ex-pros and pundits alike.But how do Arsenal compare to the tallest and shortest teams in the Premier League?The Telegraph took a look at the average height of each team’s starting outfielders last weekend and you can see the results, from shortest to tallest, by clicking the right arrow above… 20 20 11= Aston Villa – Average height of starting outfielders last weekend = 1.81m – Click right to find out who the tallest team in the Premier League was… 20last_img read more


first_imgRe “DWP’s rate hikes hit a snag” (Dec. 6): Thank goodness three Los Angeles City Council members are challenging the goings on in the DWP. Accountability! It’s about time. The leadership at the DWP just doesn’t get it. They continue to complain about outdated equipment, continue to request rate and pay increases, and allow the city of L.A. to use DWP-customer-paid funds to support other L.A. city projects. All this goes on while they remain among the highest-paid public employees. The comments attributed to the new general manager, H. David Nahai, seem to be completely ignoring these issues. When is he going to realign his operation and address the issues without tapping taxpayers to cover their imbalance? Perhaps the DWP needs to review or develop an ethics policy. – Jim Crowley Blacklisted Re “Blacklisted: 60 years later, memories still painful” (Dec. 16): Lisa Friedman stated that the stars of a generation ago who went to Washington, D.C., in support of the Hollywood Ten “returned deflated after two days of watching their fellow actors and actresses treated as criminals.” Not so! They were disillusioned and embarrassed by the pro-Stalinist rants they heard. Lauren Bacall said, “We were so naive it was ridiculous.” It is high time for us to grow up and stop making heroes and martyrs out of apologists for the worst mass murderer in history. – Rabbi Louis J. Feldman Van Nuys The lesson Re “Blacklisted: 60 years later, memories still painful” (Dec. 16): The substance of this article serves as a barometer for the current fear-mongering climate. Is there any question which side of McCarthyism Bush-Cheney neocons would have been on back in the day? We don’t have 60 years to figure out what is as obvious now as it was 60 years ago to Marsha Hunt and the noncowards who fought the fight for constitutional liberty. I can’t think of a better opportunity to learn – or an administration less likely to grasp the lesson. – Bill Pratt Northridge Thanking the CIA After looking at the cartoons on the Dec. 12 Editorial page, I want to first thank the CIA agents who tricked two captured al-Qaida terrorists, during their interrogations, into believing they were going to drown (even though their lives were never in danger) and to reveal the existence of several terrorist plots, which were then thwarted, saving thousands of lives. Second, I want to express my gratitude to the CIA agents who destroyed the videotapes of the interrogations, thereby preventing certain Democratic politicians (notably Harry “this war is over” Reid) from obtaining the tapes and turning them over to al-Qaida via leaks to The New York Times. – Matt Diederich Santa Clarita Bearing arms Re “Gun control” (Your Opinions, Dec. 18): The Second Amendment: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” This is the full content of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of The United States of America. In regards to the phrase, a well regulated militia, it means a call to the people to bear arms for the preservation of freedom against all enemies. – Russell Taylor Valencia160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champSanta Clarita Visitors Kudos to U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth for denying the appeal of the Bush administration to keep the White House visitor logs secret. Dick Cheney and George W. Bush are fighting to prevent the American people from knowing which arms dealers, lobbyists, energy executives, and others they’ve been powwowing with these past seven years. What I’d like to know is why did James Guckert, also known as Jeff Gannon the conservative Web log creator, visit the White House over 200 times? – Chuck Heinold West Hills last_img read more


first_imgNEW YORK – A growing number of Americans say they’re not putting away as much as they should for retirement, a shift in attitude experts believe could lead to improved saving practices in the future. A survey released Thursday by Fidelity Investments, the Boston-based retirement services provider, found that 83 percent of workers recognized that they were saving too little for retirement, up from 78 percent a year ago. “That’s a tremendous jump in awareness,” said Robert L. Reynolds, Fidelity Investments’ vice chairman and chief operating officer. “And I think it is only going to continue to grow over time.” He said that such a “mind-shift” could result in workers taking action to improve their retirement preparedness. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThe survey found that American workers currently were saving at a rate that would allow them to replace about 57 percent of their preretirement income after they stop working, The figure – which factors in Social Security benefits, pensions, workplace savings and private savings – means that a family living on $50,000 would see its income drop to about $30,000 in retirement. “That’s a very stiff pay cut to adjust to … if current savings patterns do not change,” Reynolds said. Most experts suggest that families should aim to replace 85 percent of pre-retirement income for a comfortable retirement. Reynolds said he was heartened that more than half of Americans took some action over the past six months to improve their retirement readiness, from increasing contributions to company-sponsored 401(k) retirement accounts to seeking advice. But three-quarters of those surveyed said that the recent sharp run-up in fuel prices was affecting their ability to save – or to save more. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgThis year’s Sports Hall Athletics Regional Finals saw hundreds of primary school students compete in local rounds for their place in the county finals which will be held in Letterkenny Aura Leisure Centre on the 29th February.Each Regional event was well attended and each day kids gave it their all to ensure their school would go forward to the County Finals. The regional events took place in Dungloe, Letterkenny, Inishowen, Donegal Town and Stranorlar. The best schools on the day were selected to progress to the finals.We would encourage parents, friends, coaches and anyone interested in seeing what Sports Hall Athletics is all about to come along to the county finals and experience a fun, exciting and competitive days sport.Myles Sweeney from Donegal Sports Partnership is part of the team responsible for the delivery of the sports hall athletics programme around the county, helping children progress, develop – and hopefully reach a standard at which they wish to compete.“Sports Hall athletics is a key part of the sports programme in our local schools,” explains Myles. “With the support of The Schools, Athletics Ireland, local athletics clubs and coaches, we’re able to deliver a consistent level of teaching and expertise across the county – and help schools work together to enter local and national competitions.It also means that the schools have access to the very best coaches, as each member of the coaching team has varying skills and specialties. The children really enjoy the lessons, and we encourage variety and an outward focus which they wouldn’t necessarily receive otherwise.”Schools will be arriving at the venue from 9:30 for a 10am start. Entry is free.Donegal Sports Partnership would like to thank all the schools, teachers, coaches and clubs who were involved in the delivery of the programme and hope that they can build on the success of this year and make this a regular part of the school sports calendar. DONEGAL SCHOOLS SET TO COMPETE FOR SPORTS HALL ATHLETICS GLORY was last modified: February 22nd, 2012 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:DONEGAL SPORTS PARTNERSHIPSPorts Hall Athletics Regional Finalslast_img read more


first_imgPortsalon Golf NewsTeam NewsAfter the excitement of Presidents Day activities it was back to basics and no where better to start than with team events. First out last week was John Fitzgerald’s minor league team who travelled to Buncrana for the first leg of the Donegal minor league final. The Portsalon team put in a magnificent performance and left the Innishowen capital with three matches to Buncrana’s two matches. The return leg is scheduled for 15th September.In the Donegal Senior Scratch League Portsalon under the direction of Andy Boland entertained Ballyliffen in the return leg of semi-final match.The Portsalon team having obtained four matches to Ballyliffen’s three matches in the first leg still had it all to do. The battling Balyliffen men battled back having been behind in the early stages recorded wins on the opening two matches with wins against D P Logue and Simon Stephens, before Portsalon got off the mark. Wins by Pascal Cullen, Connor Connoly, Stephen Connoly and Paul Shields. The final match saw John Shields all square after seventeen and the match was called in and the Portsalon team advance to their first Senior Scratch League final.The final will be contested between Portsalon and our neighbours Rosapenna. In the Donegal League Noel Mc Cormick’s quest for glory ended as he led his team out in the return leg of the semi-final match at Ballybofey. From the first leg at Portsalon the Ballybofey men left with two matches and the return was always going to be difficult. Added to the difficulty was the scheduling of the senior match on the same day left team captain Noel with a few selection problems. With Cathal Canning and Eamon Mc Conigley winning their match and Shaun Shields and Tony Kingston one up with two to play the match was called in and Ballybofey advance to the final having won on holes up The club captain Joe Harkin thanked the team captain Noel Mc Cormick and all who represented Portsalon golf club during this season’s campaign.Mulroy Winter LinksIts back, over the winter months the popular Mulroy Links Competition will be re-introduced. Following a brief lapse the Mulroy Links will be staged over two of the major golfing links courses in the North Wests Rosapenna and Portsalon Golf Courses. The competition will be staged at alternative dates on either Rosapenna and Portsalon courses. The Mulroy Links is an open competition with the usual prizes on offer. The event will tee off on Saturday 28th September at Portsalon Golf Club. As this event will attract a large turnout from members and visitors a time sheet will be in operation on each course for each event. Further details of dates for the Mulroy Links will be published later. Both members of Rosapenna, Portsalon and visitors should note that if you unable to play on the day please ensure that your name is removed for the time sheet, thus allowing someone else a place in this prestigious event. So make sure that you do not miss out on this new and exciting golfing event over the winter months for further details contact Rosapenna Golf Club at 0749155000 or Portsalon Golf Club 07491 59459ResultsThe winner of the open competition played on Wednesday 21st August was Donal McCafferty (13) 37 points, Runner Up: Michael McFadden (21) 35 points B.O.T Gross: Justin Green (14) 24 points B.O.T Third: Ray Kennedy (28) 35 points. The CSS was 34 points. On Saturday 24th the winner of the open competition was Giles Kilpatrick (17) 41 points, Runner Up: Sean Gibson (18) 40 points Gross: Shaun Kelly (6) 26 points Third: David Deeney (13) 38 points B.O.T. The CSS was 36 points. On Sunday 25th the winner of the members competition was Davey McLaughlin (17) 64 nett Runner Up: Michael Shiels (F) (15) 66 nett Gross: Shaun Kelly (6) 79 Gross. The CSS was 71 Captains OutingOne of the onerous tasks bestowed on the vice captain is to organise the captains outing. The vice captain Dermot Boyce has this year arrange a remarkable golfing feast with golf to take place on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th October 2013. The event will be staged at our twinned partner Headford Golf Course Kells Co Meath .With hotel accommodation arranged at the Headford Arms Hotel one night bed & breakfast and one evening meal and lunch on Sunday. Golf has been arranged on the Old course on Saturday and on the new course on Sunday.The all in price for accommodation and golf is €100. As places are limited and the list is filling up for further details contact the clubhouse on 0749259459 or contact the vice captain Dermot Boyce. Please forward your name and deposit of €50 to either Dermot Boyce or to the office staff. Remember if no deposit is paid there will be no reservation made.EventsOn Saturday 31st there is an open gents stableford competition and on Sunday 1st September it’s a members competition. On Wednesday 4th September an 18 hole open gents competition A time sheet is in operation for all competitions contact 0749159459 or go online to portsalongolfclub.com. Past CaptainsCalling all past captains of Portsalon golf club, the prestigious J J Wall Past Captain’s cup will be staged at Portsalon Golf Club on Saturday 31st August and the first tee is reserved for the past captains from 12.20 p.m. A time sheet is in operation for all competitions contact 0749159459.A New Look for Portsalon Golf ShopMembers and visitors to Portsalon Golf Club will see the major upgrade which has taken place to the club shop area, The new layout has a much needed shop where both members and visitors can purchase many golf requirements not forgetting the Portsalon Continuing Story. It may also be the place to purchase the next birthday present or just the perfect gift for your golfing partner.On Line BookingMembers and visitors to Portsalon Golf Club should note that on line booking is now available for all competitions at Portsalon at the flick of a button go to portsalongolfclub.comGOLF NEWS – PORTSALON TO FACE ROSAPENNA IN SCRATCH CUP was last modified: August 30th, 2013 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:golfPortsalonPortsalon Golf Clublast_img read more