Swilly Rovers are starting a goalkeeping programme which kicks off on Wed 15th July and will continue every Wednesday thereafter.The coaching will be conducted by Derry City’s goalkeeping coach Declan McIntyre. He is one of the most experienced goalkeepers this county has ever produced.Declan enjoyed a distinguished playing career in the League of Ireland, and since he retired from playing has held a number of coaching positions with Finn Harps, Sligo Rovers & Derry City.He is presently the goalkeeping coach at the Brandywell while McIntyre has also been heavily involved over the last 15 years or more with various Irish representative sides at all levels right up from u15 to u21.His ‘Goalkeeping Coaching Programme’ is specifically aimed at Schoolboy /Schoolgirl Goalkeepers.It starts Wed 15th July in Swilly Park, Ramelton from 6-30 – 8pm. Each session will last for 90 minutes so the goalkeepers will get plenty of work and coaching time.This is a great opportunity for young goalkeepers to get some much needed coaching from an experienced and qualified goalkeeping expert. It is open to both boys and girls.If anyone needs more information you can contact Swilly Rovers 086-8874385 or Tony on 086-0856928.SWILLY ROVERS TO HOST GOALKEEPING PROGRAMME WITH DECLAN McINTYRE was last modified: July 4th, 2015 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:Declan McIntyregoalkeeping courseswilly rovers
The third quarter of the season comes to an end this weekend, and the top two in the First Division go head to head at Ferrycarrig Park with top spot the reward for the winner on Friday night.Only a point separates top of the table Harps and second placed Wexford Youths – although Friday’s hosts do have a game in hand against fourth in the table UCD.As usual, Harps boss Ollie Horgan is expecting another difficult game against a side who he tipped to be the ones to watch in the First Division prior to the start of the season.“Wexford home or away is always a difficult game,” said Horgan. “They turned us over in Ballybofey already and have added further quality to their already strong team in Willie Tyrell, Paul Cahalane, Chris Kenny and Shane Dunne. Asked if he would be happy with the offer of a point now, Horgan answered in the positive.“Of course we would be delighted to take a point from the game, but that is easier said than done,” he said.Last weekend Harps played out a scoreless draw with Athlone Town at Finn Park in a game where they had to play an hour with just ten men after Josh Mailey was red-carded in the first half. All things considered, Horgan was happy with the outcome at the final whistle.“It was a good game despite the scoreline,” he said. “Obviously the sending off didn’t help us but there was no guarantee that we would have won the game even if we had eleven on the pitch as Athlone are a good side. They had their chances in the game – even when we had full compliment of players on pitch.” While Harps were been held by Athlone, Wexford were taking on Shelbourne at Tolka Park and they too produced a scoreless draw. That draw was Wexford’s first deadlock of the season – all other games involving Shane Keegan’s side have finished with a winner in the game.Josh Mailey, because of his red card last weekend, sits the game out through suspension as will Damien McNulty. Packie Mailey injury hit season continues and he again misses out.This will be the eighth meeting of the two sides in the last sixteen months. In the previous seven meetings, only once has the home side emerged victorious – Wexford winning 3-0 in the penultimate game of last season. The other six games have seen three away wins (two for Harps) and three draws.The two meetings this season between the sides have both produced away wins. Thomas McMonagle’s goal was the difference between the sides in the first meeting at Ferrycarrig Park while Wexford ran out 3-1 winners at Finn Park in June.TEAM NEWSSuspended: Josh Mailey, Damien McNulty.Doubtful: Packie Mailey.Injured: None. FORM GUIDE (last six league games)Finn Harps: L-W-W-W-L-D (9 pts)Wexford Youths: W-W-W-W-L-D (13 pts)CLASH OF THE TOP TWO AS HARPS FACE WEXFORD YOUTHS was last modified: August 5th, 2015 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:donegalfinn harpswexford youths
“Husbands don’t get to decide whether their wives should die,” Dubin said. “There are no more holidays or Christmases with their mom because it wasn’t good for Robert Blake’s schedule. This was not Robert Blake’s retirement plan.” Defense attorney Peter Ezzell countered in his closing argument that there wasn’t enough evidence connecting Blake to his wife’s killing. “The motive is missing from what we have heard over the past two months,” Ezzell said. “The evidence remains unclear whether the plaintiffs’ claim is that Mr. Blake killed Miss Bakley or someone else did.” Blake has repeatedly denied killing his wife. He claims he left Bakley in the car to go back inside the restaurant to retrieve a handgun he carried for protection but accidentally left in their booth, then found her shot when he went back out to the car. There was no testimony that anyone saw Blake return to the restaurant. Dubin suggested that Blake became obsessed with getting rid of his wife. “You start building things up in your mind and it’s all you ever think of,” he said. 160Want 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 MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Dubin alleged that in an eight-month span before Bakley died, Blake tried to distance himself from her and then attempted to hire two former Hollywood stuntmen to kill her. “It’s too much to say he didn’t do it,” Dubin said. “He did it. I wish he didn’t, but he did.” Dubin showed the courtroom photographs including one of Bakley with a gunshot wound to her head. Her adult children, Holly and Glenn Gawron, turned their faces away from the projector screen. Their attorney also displayed a photograph of Bakley with her children. Despite a background that included a mail-order business that conned men out of money by selling nude photos, Bakley didn’t deserve to die, he said. BURBANK An attorney representing the children of Robert Blake’s slain wife in a wrongful-death lawsuit pleaded with jurors Thursday to find the actor liable for her death. Eric Dubin said in a closing argument that Blake was responsible for the death of 44-year-old Bonny Lee Bakley, who was shot in the actor’s car May 4, 2001, outside a Studio City restaurant where they had just dined. The 72-year-old Blake, who married Bakley in November 2000 after tests showed he was the father of her baby, Rosie, was acquitted of murder in March after a criminal trial. Bakley’s children then sued Blake in an attempt to have him found civilly liable and to win damages. Blake’s former handyman Earle Caldwell is a co-defendant. Closing arguments concluded Thursday and jurors were expected to get the case today.