first_imgA brave group of individuals from Dunfanaghy are participating in a ‘Sky Dive’ to raise much needed money and awareness for Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin.The individuals undertaking the ‘Sky Dive’ are Paddy Mc Mullan, Marie Corcran, Chloe Mc Ginley, Neil Colins, Robert McElhinney, Niall Moore, Ali Mc Kemy, Drew Campbell, Cornelius Mc Mullan and Geoffery Black.They’ve already held a string of events in recent weeks including a BBQ and a charity football match with all procedes going straight to Crumlin. They’re holding a table quiz in The Oyster Bar this SUNDAY at 9pm to raise more money for this great cause before they set off to Co.Longford on September 17th to do the ‘Sky Dive’.All money from these events goes straight to Crumlin as they are paying for the ‘Sky Dive’ from their own pocket.So PLEASE come along on Sunday for a good nights craic and to show your support to all the crew taking part and raising money for such a wonderful cause.The Group would like to thank Arnolds Hotel, Patsy Dans, The Oyster Bar and Mollys Bar for hosting these events with them. The group are also hosting a night in Mollys Bar on October 8th to have the final count of all the money that was raised, there will be also be music and refreshments available.DUNFANAGHY CREW GETTING READY TO TOUCH THE ‘SKY’ IN AID OF OUR LADY’S CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL CRUMLIN was last modified: September 5th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:charityCrumlinDunfanaghyFeaturesnewsNoticesSky Divelast_img read more

Stoppage-time strike sends England U19s into Euro 2017 final

first_imgLukas Nmecha scored three minutes into added time to send England’s Under-19s into the final of the European Championship.The Manchester City forward came off the bench to net with virtually the last kick of the game. It came after good work from Tottenham’s Marcus Edwards on the right, and his pass inside found Nmecha on the edge of the six-yard box, with his brilliantly-crafted backheel beating Czech Republic goalkeeper Martin Jedlicka.The young Lions will now face Portugal in Saturday’s final and will be hoping to replicate the Under-20s, who won the World Cup last month. See the all important goal below… 1 Lukas Nmecha: The Man City youngster netted the vital goal for England center_img We’ve done it! @LukasNmecha’s audacious injury-time goal sends the #YoungLions into the #U19EURO final! 👏 pic.twitter.com/N7bgmUMlY7— England (@England) July 12, 2017last_img read more