CRU to start finals today

first_imgvs. Date Grade vs. 1st Pool A 1st Pool A 3rd placed Pool A 1st Pool B A-Reserve 9 7 2nd placed Pool A Grade Bye U19s 1205 8 3 vs. Wanderers 1300 2nd placed 3rd placed Pool A 3rd placed Pool B vs. Wanderers P 2nd placed Pool B 3rd placed Pool A Result Women 5th placed V/Hunters A-Reserve Bye Women Harlequins Loser Game 2 (Sat) Team vs. 2nd placed Pool A Team Wanderers Brothers Team 1st Pool B Result Women U19s 3rd placed Pool B 1st Pool A 10 Defence 3rd placed Pool B 1100center_img Defence Time 1530 4 vs. 1355 Result Result Crusaders Harlequins 1-May-16 Game # Winner Game 3 (Sat) 4th placed 5 CRU’s Paul Joseph urged all teams to turn up on time for games. He said finals will start at 11am with the U19s game between Brothers and Wanderers.He said entry and exit to the stadium is via the gate opposite Vision City.Gate fees are: Vehicles – K10 including driver (passengers must pay as charged), adults – K5 and children – K2.Game # 1st placed – Spartans 2 Brothers vs. Harlequins 1st Pool B 1530 6 2nd placed Pool B Time 1100 2nd placed Pool A vs. 1355 Nova Women Defence Wanderers 2nd placed Pool B 1 Harlequins Premier Sisters University vs. University Brothers Winner Game 2 (Sat) 3rd placed 1st placed Spartans Team 1205 vs. Nova 1300 Defencelast_img read more


first_imgRelatives and friends of the late Kevin Woods who harvested his potato crop on Saturday.A big-hearted community has come together to finish a job which claimed the lives of two of its most-popular residents.Life-long friends Kevin Woods and Seamus Hegarty, both, 52 week killed last week after a tractor tyre blew up in their faces.The two farmers were in the middle of working on a field of potatoes when the tragedy happened at Killygordon on Friday, November 21st. The men at work taking home the potato crop sewn by the late Kevin Woods and Seamus Hegarty.Both men were killed instantly during the accident which sent shockwaves across the county.Now family, friends and neighbours of the men have come together to finish the job the men started to honour them.A team of more than a dozen men gathered at the fields at Crossroads in Killgordon where Mr Woods had taken land to grow the potatoes.A family friend said “It’s what Kevin and Seamus would have wanted. “They were not the kind of workers to do half a job and this is the community’s small way of paying tribute to them.“They were the most modest, hard-working and honest men you could meet and they would be happy to know that the crop was harvested in their memory.”A full investigation has been launched by the Health and Safety Authority into the circumstances surrounding the men’s deaths.Local priest Fr Edward Kilpatrick revealed that both men had ben inseparable throughout their lives and had went to school together, worked together and ultimately had died together.He said it was this which people had found it particularly difficult to come to terms with. “They were both decent, honest and upstanding members of the community.“The fact that they went to school together, worked together and then died together is what people are finding it most difficult to come to terms with in this entire tragedy.“But we have a very good community here and that same community will help the Woods and Hegarty families to cope with their terrible loss,” he said.COMMUNITY’S HEARTWARMING GESTURE AS IT BRINGS HOME TRAGIC FRIENDS’ CROP was last modified: December 1st, 2014 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:burstcropDEATHSdonegalfarmersKevin WoodsKillygordonseamus hegartytyrelast_img read more