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SWIMMING: SWILLY SEALS SHINE AT COMMUNITY GAMES FINALS


first_imgThe Swilly Seals and their huge medal haul from the community games.The swimmers of Swilly Seals boarded a bus at 6.30am in Letterkenny to represent their areas in this county final. The areas represented by the Seals were Milford, Glenswilly, Killybegs and Letterkenny.A massive haul of medals were aboard the bus on the way home three hours later including thirty one gold, twenty two silver and eight bronze.Great swims were had by all swimmers some narrowly missing out on podium finishes. The medallists are as follows:Ita Mc Gee u-8 free silver, Emma Bonar u-8 free gold, Steven Hegarty U-8 free bronze, Hannah Shiels u-8 back bronze, Eilish Russell u-10 free silver, Eva Mc Ginley u-10 back gold, Brian Sykevics u-10 free silver, Shay Moloney u-10 back gold, Isobel Du Plessis u-12 breast bronze, Molly Nulty u12 breaststroke gold, Chloe Shiels u-12 free silver, Tiegan Smith u-12 back silver, Eoin Bonar u-12 free gold, Johnny Lambe u-12 back bronze, Peter Coyle u-12 breast bronze, Cody Dunnion u-12 breast gold, Kira Mills u-14 back gold, Lauren Hall u-14 free bronze, Grainne Russell u-14 free gold, Eamon Russell u-14 fly silver, Bronagh Sheridan u-14 breast gold, Thomas Keys u-14 fly gold, Niall Diver u-14 back silver, Cian Mulligan u-14 free gold, Sean Pascaul u-14 back bronze, Conor Shiels u-14 breast bronze, Thomas Coyle u16 fly gold, Jonathan Martin u-16 back gold, Conor Shiels u-16 back silver, Joyce Hudy u-16 fly silver, Eadaoin Kelly u-16 back silver, Rory Boyce u-16 free gold, Emma Tinney u-16 free bronze and Sinead O’Kane u-16 free silver.The under 13 boys freestyle relay added another 6 golds to the tally with Eoin Bonar, Oisin Sheridan, Cody Dunnion, Sean Pascaul, Cian Mulligan and Conor Shiels putting in a superb performance.The under 13 girls freestyle relay added a further 6 silver medals with Tiegan Smith, Isabel Du Plessis, Molly Nulty, Chloe Shiels, Kayliegh Mc Guinness and Eimear Hegarty showing great class in this event. The u-16 boys medley relay team took a further 6 golds with fine swimming from Jonathan Martin, Thomas Keys, Thomas Coyle, Rory Boyce, Conal Bonar and Conor Shiels.In the last event of the day the Glenswilly girls took on their own team mates Letterkenny and Ballyshannon in the u-16 medley relay. If it was possible for the atmosphere to get even more intense this was a race that lifted the roof. The lead was switching between the three teams throughout and going into the last leg Letterkenny were behind by ten metres and Sinead O’Kane dived in and swam the race of her life making up the deficit and leading the Letterkenny girls to county gold.The Letterkenny team was Cara Nulty, Bronagh Sheridan, Aoibheann O’Grady, Sinead O’ Kane, Kira Mills and Ellen Russell.The Glenswilly team was Eadaoin Kelly, Emma Tinney, Grainne Russell and Derbhla Mc Dermott.A massive well done to all swimmers and a huge thank you to Marlins Swimming Club of Ballyshannon for a very well run event. The gold medal winners will now team up with their counterparts from around the county to represent Donegal in the national finals in Athlone in August.SWIMMING: SWILLY SEALS SHINE AT COMMUNITY GAMES FINALS was last modified: May 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:BallyshannonCommunity gamesdonegalSwilly Sealslast_img read more


DANIEL FANS QUEUE FOR THREE DAYS – BUT CONCERT FAILS TO SELL OUT


first_imgDIE-HARD Daniel O’Donnell fans spent three nights camped in the cold for tickets — but they needn’t have bothered, as only half were snapped up.Superfans of the singer were camped outside Harrogate Theatre in North Yorkshire from last Wednesday — three days ahead of ticket sales.However, the queue had all but disappeared by 9.45am on Saturday morning, with 1,000 tickets still remaining. Kevin Jamieson, executive producer at Harrogate Theatre, told the Irish Sun “It wasn’t as busy as all the O’Donnell fans had warned us it would be.“There were 2,000 tickets and there are still around 1,000 left on sale. The phone and the website have been quite busy though.”One Daniel lover, who was wrapped up in blankets against the unseasonal chill, said: “It’s been cold but we are well prepared.“We’ve been doing this for 20 years.” Another lady queuing overnight said: “After this there’s another long wait until the concert in October. I couldn’t take the chance there would be none left.”Mr Jamieson said he was shocked by how long the fans had waited.He said: “I must admit I’ve been here nine years and have not seen people camping out.“They are all such dedicated fans to wait.” DANIEL FANS QUEUE FOR THREE DAYS – BUT CONCERT FAILS TO SELL OUT was last modified: April 17th, 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:concertdaniel o’donnelllast_img read more




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