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Limerick firefighters go the length of the country for a canine…

first_imgAdvertisement TAGSFirefighterslimerickLimerick City Fire and RescueMy canine companion Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Linkedin Email Twittercenter_img Previous articleLimerick judge concerned over family law listNext articleUL Orchestra presents Summer Proms Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Ronan and Darragh with their best puppy friend ‘Emmy’POWERING their way through 642km at an average speed of 27.5km an hour, ten Limerick firefighters have raised more than €13,000 for the ‘My Canine Companion’ charity.Cycling from Mizen Head to Malin Head isn’t an easy task, but the firefighters from Mulgrave Street station, were more than willing to saddle up in support their colleague, Mike Mooney and his two sons Ronan (6) and Darragh (3) who have benefitted from the charity.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Over the course of the Bank Holiday weekend, the ten riders, over three days, cycled their way up the country with the sole aim of helping ‘Emmy’, a labradoodle pup who is in training to become a fully vetted canine companion for Ronan and Darragh, who are living with autism.It costs €10,000 to train a puppy like Emmy and the Limerick firefighters completed their bank holiday fundraiser having surpassed their target, thanks to the generosity of supporters from Limerick and further afield.A collection of pictures from the Limerick City Fire and Rescue Facebook pageThe ten-strong group said that they were delighted with the turnout, the support and most all the amount of sponsorship raised.Donations can still be made online to: at www.idonate.ie/mobile/fundraiser/11258506_limerick-fire-service-mizen-to-malin-cycle.html Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads NewsLimerick firefighters go the length of the country for a canine companionBy Staff Reporter – May 5, 2016 769 Printlast_img read more

Redknapp: Remy opportunity too big

first_img Remy failed a medical at Liverpool at the start of the summer, but Chelsea invoked his release clause in a deal confirmed as £10.5million by QPR. Redknapp had declared France striker Remy “too decent a guy” to leave QPR in the lurch by quitting the club at the last-minute before the transfer deadline. The QPR manager has now refused to criticise Remy’s Chelsea switch however, saying the transfer was “not his fault”. “Obviously we had a spanner thrown in the works when I got a call at 12 o’clock today to say Loic was leaving,” said Redknapp. “That was a massive shock to me, I didn’t expect that at all. “I never had any idea that he would be leaving, it never entered my mind that he would leave. “He would have played today, he didn’t refuse to play but I took the decision to remove him. “He worked yesterday with the team and I never had any idea he would be leaving. Redknapp confirmed Remy will join Chelsea to replace AC Milan-bound Fernando Torres, after Charlie Austin fired QPR to a 1-0 Premier League victory over Sunderland. Rangers boss Redknapp also confirmed Lassana Diarra has completed a medical at Loftus Road ahead of his move from Lokomotiv Moscow. Press Association Harry Redknapp admitted he had no hard feelings over Loic Remy leaving QPR for Chelsea in a £10.5million deal. “It’s not his fault, I’m not criticising him. He’s gone to Chelsea, the Champions League, it’s very difficult. “We could all sit here and say he shouldn’t do it, but it’s a fantastic opportunity for the boy and difficult to turn down. “He’s had the buy-out clause and it’s got to be the cheapest buy of the century, but there’s nothing that we could do about it.” Austin claimed his first Premier League strike to set QPR off the top-flight win mark this term, also ending his club’s 315-minute goal drought. Sunderland had several early half-chances at Loftus Road on Saturday, but were made to pay for their profligacy and still await their first league win of the campaign. Former Chelsea, Arsenal and Portsmouth midfielder Diarra left Lokomotiv Moscow after rows with coach Leonid Kuchuk, and watched Saturday’s match from the stands. Redknapp will now chase a striker to replace Remy before Monday’s 11pm transfer deadline, with Ajax’s Kolbeinn Sigthorsson heavily touted. “The chairman’s been great: he’s been excellent, but we’re not looking to spend £10milion on a striker,” said the Rangers manager. “We’ve got Charlie and Bobby (Zamora), so it’s an area that we’re looking at.” Redknapp revealed Austin only came through two training sessions ahead of Saturday’s encounter, as he continues recovery from hamstring trouble. “He’s had a hamstring (injury) all week, Thursday was the first time he’s trained for two weeks,” said Redknapp. “So to get 60-odd minutes out of him today was a bonus. “The win was important for us; we worked very hard today so that’s well-deserved.” Sunderland boss Guy Poyet was left frustrated by the quality of his side’s finishing, with both Steven Fletcher and Patrick van Aanholt wasting fine through-balls from Adam Johnson. The former Uruguay midfielder remains confident about adding further recruits before Monday’s transfer deadline, despite already missing out on several targets. “I won’t say we are close, because we were close a couple of weeks ago but not close enough, so we’ll wait and see,” said Poyet. “But we want to do some work because there are important positions we need to strengthen. “For the next two days I will be on the phone all the time. “We threw everything we had at them, but it was not good enough and we put ourselves under pressure (as we kept) giving the ball away cheaply.” It was reported on Saturday evening that Chelsea may face competition for Remy from Arsenal in the closing 48 hours of the window. Earlier, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said on Sky Sports News: “Obviously I know we are trying since yesterday – that we are trying to get Remy. “When I get on the bus it’s time to make some calls and to have news.” Mourinho is optimistic Remy will get the go-ahead to join his squad, despite his failed medical with Liverpool. Mourinho said: “The information we have from specialists in different areas is he doesn’t have a problem to play football.” last_img read more

Akwa Ibom Stadium Wins Nigeria’s Best

first_imgSports Minister, Solomon Dalung was represented at award by Director Planning and Strategy, Mrs Hauwa Kulu-Akinyemi. The Hon. Commissioner for Information, Charles Udoh, received the award on behalf of Akwa Ibom State government.The award was one of the three plaques scooped by the state. The others were Diamond Award for the most comprehensive sports development programme in support of Nigerian youths and the state with the most patriotic and inspirational sports supporters.The technical consultants which organized the award in collaboration Ministry of Sports, Spring Vision International Koncept, linked the successful Super Eagles World Cup for Russia 2018 to the right atmosphere in Uyo.Its chairman, Philips Asiegbu said that the atmosphere generated inside the “Nest of the Champions” by supporters inspired the Super Eagles to record emphatic victories over Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia to book their World Cup ticket.Udoh said the triple awards were clear manifestation of the blueprint by Governor Udom Emmanuel, who places sports in the front burner.“Now everything we have done has yielded results, including our successful hosting of the Super Eagles World Cup campaign as well having two formidable teams in Akwa United and Ibom Angels in the Nigerian premier league and women super league,” Udoh said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram From Olawale Ajimotokan in AbujaThe foresight of Akwa Ibom State government towards investing in the iconic Akwa Ibom International Stadium, Uyo has paid off after it received the National Sports Summit Award as the state with the Best Sport Infrastructure in Nigeria.The award was presented in Abuja at a special ceremony endorsed by the Ministry of Youths and Sport.last_img read more