Teen boxer barges into Luzon finals Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ “At the same time, they’re still the defending champs and they have homecourt advantage, so it’s going to be important for us to shift our focus as we head home and go to Hong Kong on Wednesday.”Ray Parks and other locals like Pao Javelona, Josh Urbiztondo and Pamboy Raymundo have been stepping up for Alab in recent games, and Alapag acknowledged he would need a Herculean effort from his wards to overcome the Hong Kong team.“We’re gonna have our hands full, but I told the guys, let’s give ourselves an opportunity (to make the finals),” said Alapag, who is in his first season as head coach. —CEDELF P. TUPASADVERTISEMENT P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIES Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames MOST READ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Armed with formidable imports and a sharper local crew, San Miguel-Alab Pilipinas seeks to end its losing streak to Hong Kong’s Eastern at the start of the best-of-three semifinals of the 2018 Asean Basketball League (ABL) on Wednesday at Southorn Stadium in Hong Kong.The Filipino club lost its last two games to the ABL defending champions this season, but coach Jimmy Alapag is upbeat the streak will end in their most critical game yet of the season.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina With top PBA pick Christian Standhardinger and reigning best import Marcus Elliott spearheading the charge, Eastern swept its season series with Alab.Both games happened in the early part of the season when Alapag did not have world imports Justin Brownlee and Renaldo Balkman at Alapag’s disposal.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownBalkman and Brownlee have taken turns in leading Alab to their best stretch since joining the league in 2016, helping the Filipinos reach the postseason as the No. 3 seed, before standing at the forefront of the two-game sweep of the Saigon Heat of Vietnam in the quarterfinals, 110-100 and 96-85.“We’re much, much different team compared to we were in the first half of the season,” said Alapag.
Dear Editor,There is a growing number of cases pertaining to victimisation and discrimination by the APNU/AFC coalition Government.Discrimination is treating or proposing to treat someone unfavourably because of a personal characteristic protected by law. This includes bullying someone because of a protected characteristic. The Equal Opportunity Act 2010 — Victoria’s anti-discrimination law — protects people from discrimination and harassment in areas of public life, such as workplaces, schools, hospitals, or places that provide services.Victimisation is subjecting or threatening to subject someone to something detrimental because they have asserted their rights under equal opportunity law.The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) is mandated to ensure that the human rights of Guyanese are protected. Before May 2015, this association was very vocal on issues that were and were not in violation of human rights. Presently, the silence of the GHRA could cause it to be considered nonfunctional, and as such, it must have a more vibrant association in order to be vocal to represent and uphold the basic human rights that are slowly but surely be taken away from Guyanese by the APNU/AFC coalition Government.Recently, a doctor from Baramita, who went public about life saving issues of his community, particularly the shortages of drugs and medical supplies, stated that he feels victimised.The same issues of the shortages of drugs and medical supplies was raised at Skeldon Hospital by the media and the staff, including doctors, was also been victimised.A senior Police officer refused to take instructions from the Commissioner of Police through a civilian’s phone, and was been transferred from one division to another. The Police officer, within days of that incident, publicly stated that he feels victimised and discriminated against. The Minister of Public Security was informed in writing, but refused to investigate this incident and resolve the matter. This Police officer was ensuring that he was doing his job in a professional manner.Recently, a Police officer was caught in a mini bus with whiskey, and was sent on leave. Why cannot other Police officers vehicles be stopped and searched?A sitting Member of Parliament criticised the Speaker of the National Assembly publicly in the press, with substantial ‘evidence’ that he is biased against Opposition members. Imagine that a member of Parliament cannot publicly inform the Guyanese people who voted for him the challenges he is encountering in Parliament, and as such, he was placed before the Privileges Committee, where the Speaker of the National Assembly will definitely be the judge. This is discrimination and victimisation at the highest level.Contractors who are not willing to be part of the corruption that is taking place in the Government system are not been awarded contracts. At most, or even all of the Ministries, there is information that corruption is rampant, within which it is been tolerated by the Ministers.These are just some of the few cases that’s in the public domain, where the rights of Guyanese are been trampled upon. Numerous persons are afraid to speak out against this APNU/AFC coalition Government because of the fear of losing their jobs or being victimised using Government agencies. The GHRA, civil society, non-governmental organisations, the media and other stakeholders should condemn these and other acts of victimisation and discrimination.Yours respectfully,Zamal Hussain
The Port of Buchanan will no longer be constrained to operate only one shift or only in the daytime, because its management in collaboration with ArcelorMittal has completed the installation of aids to navigation.The installation followed three years of collaborative efforts with ArcelorMittal, the management of the National Port Authority (NPA) said.Acting NPA Managing Director, David F. Williams, made the disclosure yesterday at a press conference in Monrovia.He said the facility was tested back and forth on technical and operational details relative to extended operating hours in the Port before it was installed.Aids to navigation (or navigation aids) are special structures or markers intended to guide vessels in determining their position or safe course, or to warn them of dangers or obstructions to navigation. Mr. Williams said the facility will help increase vessel traffic and government revenue through tariff, taxes and royalties.He noted that the Buchanan Port will reduce vessels idling time on all berths and full utilization of all berth and berthing opportunities.‘’Buchanan Port has taken a giant step to becoming a competitive port of call by going 24/7, demanding additional work force from all the stakeholders, including NPA, by providing additional job opportunities for Liberians,’’ he said.He said the decision to go 24 hours in the Port of Buchanan is to increase economic activities in the county.However, Mr. Williams said the installation of the navigation aids means that Liberia has taken a step toward becoming a competitive port in the region.He further disclosed that APM Terminals procured the navigation aids on behalf of NPA, according to the NPA’s technical specification and had them installed at cost-with no additional charges or cost of capital to NPA.APM Terminals will recover the cost of purchasing and installing the aids through deductions from NPA Government of Liberia royalty, said Williams.He said in full compliance with the applicable regulations, the NPA has sought the Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC) advice in the process and also sought and obtained the approval of the Debt Management Committee to proceed along this line.At the same time, Mr. Williams also disclosed that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between APM Terminals and NPA has been drafted, pending signature between the two companies.Mr. Williams used the occasion to acknowledge President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her leadership support and guidance to the management team at NPA, including Board of Directors for providing appropriate governance in ensuring that the port actions are circumscribed within the framework of policies and regulations as is required.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
In her opening round, she shot 11 pars, two birdies, two bogies, a double bogey on hole seven and a triple bogey on hole ten. Following her round, Dreher spoke about what took place on those two tough holes.”Made a triple on 10. Hit a decent drive but I actually hit it too far. Was blocked out by trees for my second shot but thought I could hit a wedge over them to the front of the green. Ended up clipping a branch and my ball dropped down into the hazard. I played it out of the hazard then hit it on the green and had a three-putt for 7. On 17, I hit my ball to the left and it hit the cart path and bounced into the trees, had to take an unplayable lie and went on to make a 6.”- Advertisement -Despite the two bumps in the road, Dreher says she otherwise felt good about the way her round went, and she’s excited to get back out on the course tomorrow.
0Shares0000Brazil’s Neymar (C) takes part in a training session at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, on November 8, 2017 © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFERIO FE JANEIRO, Brazil, Nov 30 – Brazil are full of confidence ahead of Friday’s World Cup draw in Russia — and it’s not all just about Neymar.Coming back after the mother of all humiliations in that 7-1 defeat to Germany while hosting the tournament in 2014, Brazil are once more among the top contenders. The Selecao were the first team to qualify for next year’s showpiece, wrapping up South American qualifying as runaway leaders with 10 points more than second-place Uruguay.They have a fiery attack, a solid defence and in Tite a coach who in a short time has managed to lift the team from its meltdown and restore the faith of desperate fans.When he took over in June 2016, Tite inherited a team that may have a history of five world championships, but under his predecessor Dunga had slipped to sixth in the regional qualification. Brazil risked not going to Russia at all.But under Tite’s guidance, the team turned around, rediscovering its beautiful game and getting the individual stars to work more as part of the collective.Of the 12 remaining qualification matches, Brazil won 10 and drew two, scoring 30 goals and conceding just three.– Attacking trio –When Tite (pictured) took over Brazil in June 2016, he inherited a team that may have a history of five world championships, but under his predecessor Dunga had slipped to sixth in the regional qualification © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEThe former Corinthians coach didn’t have to make many changes to the team sheet to achieve this remarkable revival.“Tite isn’t a coach like (Pep) Guardiola who comes in with big new innovations, but he is without doubt the best current Brazilian coach,” said Mauro Cezar Pereira, a commentator for the cable channel ESPN Brazil.“Unlike the former selectors, he’s in touch with modern football and knew how to rapidly reorganize the team. It’s not the best generation of players we’ve ever had, but there are good players.”At the heart of the 11 are the explosive trio of Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) as center forward, flanked by Neymar (PSG) and Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool), although the three are encouraged to roam.Jesus stormed through the qualifiers as Brazil’s top scorer with seven goals and five assists.Neymar is an even bigger star, coming off the euphoria of his record-breaking 222 million euros ($264 million) transfer from Barcelona to PSG.But he continues to struggle with discipline, racking up six yellow cards in 14 qualification matches, with his habit for irritability growing over the most recent games.Dogged by his image as football’s spoiled child, a tearful Neymar attended a November 10 press conference alongside Tite, after a friendly against Japan, to deny rumors of tensions between him and PSG coach Unai Emery.Pereira at ESPN Brazil warns that questions over Neymar’s mental toughness could haunt the team in Russia.“I think he’s still too immature. He needs to watch out because at the World Cup all his opponents will be trying to get under his skin,” he said.– Fighting for places –In defence, Tite has Miranda (Inter) and Marquinhos (PSG), Marcelo (Real Madrid) and Dani Alves (PSG), and even the luxury of Thiago Silva (PSG) on the bench.In midfield, Paulinho, who has silenced his critics at Barcelona, and Real Madrid stalwart Casemiro look sure to start.However, Renato Augusto, who plays in China, is going to have to battle for his place against Fernandinho, a favourite of Guardiola at Man City.In goal, Roma’s Alisson has moved up from the bench but has Manchester City’s Ederson breathing down his neck.Tite likes keeping his players keen.“Every time we meet, he says it was a real headache to choose the team and that we all have to keep giving everything at our clubs,” Neymar said after Brazil’s most recent game, a 0-0 draw with England at Wembley.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
1 Gary Neville enjoys a laugh with England players in training Gary Neville’s appointment as the Valencia head coach until the end of the season came as a surprise to most of us.It’s undoubtedly a gutsy move from the Manchester United legend who has won a legion of fans thanks to his superb punditry on Sky Sports.But now, as football fans face up to the realisation they won’t be hearing Neville’s dulcet tones on their televisions any more, there were plenty of hilarious reactions on Twitters.So here at talkSPORT we’ve taken a look at some of the best memes and vines doing the rounds following the news.You can check out the funniest of the bunch below…
Stephen McLaughlin has joined Notts County on loan for one month.Nottingham Forest midfielder Stephen McLaughlin has joined Notts County on loan.The former Finn Harps and Derry City midfielder signed for Nottingham Forest in January 2013.McLaughlin didn’t feature for Forest competitively until April last year when he played against Leeds United in April. He had enjoyed a successful loan spell at Bristol City earlier in the campaign.McLaughlin started for Forest against Spurs in their 3-1 Capital One cup defeat last week.McLaughlin impressed throughout that defeat to Spurs at White Hart Lane.However, Forest manager Stuart Pearce has opted to let McLaughlin go on loan to Notts County to get more game time. McLaughlin has joined Notts County on loan for one month, but that could be extended considering how well the move goes for the Clonmany man.McLaughlin doesn’t have to move far to make the loan move, as Notts County’s ground Meadow Lane is only situated just across from Nottingham Forest’s City Ground.MCLAUGHLIN MOVES TO NOTTS COUNTY ON LOAN was last modified: September 30th, 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:LoannewsNotts CountySportStephen McLaughlin
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 That’s why he remembered for all of them. McEachin was one of only a few African-American soldiers serving in King Company in Korea. He never knew the name of the big, blond kid, but he’ll never forget his face. For two days, the kid had carried the severely wounded McEachin on his back through enemy lines, trying to get back to their unit. They were the only survivors of a 13-man squad sent out to rescue the body of an American soldier the enemy had left tied, spread-eagled on the side of a hill. “We walked into a trap, and all hell broke loose,” McEachin recalled. “There was a huge explosion and the next thing I know I’m waking up bleeding in a creek my fatigue jacket full of holes and my leg shot up.” Once the enemy left everyone for dead, the kid called out to McEachin, begging him not to tell anyone. McEachin didn’t know what he was talking about, but he was about to find out. A few of the vets do a double-take, recognizing the familiar face from TV. But most of them just quietly take a seat near James McEachin, avoiding his gaze as they wait to see a doctor or therapist at the Sepulveda VA. “They probably think I’m nuts for staring at them, but I can’t help it,” McEachin says. “I’ve just got so much respect for them. They’ve all contributed so much to this country. These are the guys who inspired me.” The 75-year-old veteran Hollywood actor a decorated Korean War veteran severely wounded in action was so inspired that he’d go home after his medical visits to the local VA and pour his heart out into a tape recorder and on paper. He forced himself to remember events he didn’t want to so he’d be able to stand up in front of thousands of people every year and pay tribute to the American veteran. “When the fighting started, the kid said he got scared and hid,” McEachin said. “Probably out of guilt more than anything, he had come back for me. “I kept thinking he was going to run again and leave me out there to die, but he didn’t. He stayed with me and saved my life. When we finally neared our own front line, our guys started firing at us. “The kid yelled out, ‘Don’t shoot, we’re Americans.’ I think a lot of the patriotism I feel today comes from that night hearing him yell out ‘We’re Americans.”‘ McEachin underwent a series of operations to remove the shrapnel, then was shipped home. He never saw the kid again, never had a chance to berate him for hiding when the fighting started or to thank him for saving his life. He went on to have a successful acting career, appearing in more than 150 television shows, including his own series in 1973, “Tenafly,” playing the first African-American police detective on TV. It wasn’t until the 50th anniversary of the Korean War when McEachin was in Washington, D.C., speaking at a ceremony honoring all Korean War vets that he thought again about the kid and that night. “I fell deathly ill and was taken to the hospital,” he said. “They found a piece of shrapnel still in my stomach had moved and was pressing up against a nerve.” McEachin told the doctors to do what they had to do to patch him up temporarily because he had 40,000 people waiting for him to narrate a slide presentation on the Korean War titled “Hills of Valor.” It was on his trips around the country delivering speeches on behalf of Korean War vets, and later sitting with other veterans in the corridors at the Sepulveda VA, that McEachin knew what he had to do next. “As a Purple Heart veteran, I understood what they were going through, and I was struck by their courage and dedication. When I returned home, I began writing and recording a tribute to all veterans.” It’s a CD called “Voices a Tribute to the American Veteran.” McEachin’s never thought of himself as anything but an average Joe just doing the job his country needed him to do more than 50 years ago in Korea. He never even knew until a few weeks ago that he was awarded the Silver Star, one of the highest honors given a combat soldier. “James had seen a flier at the VA our office put out on the Veterans History Project, which is trying to chronicle the combat stories of all our veterans,” said Donna Jimenez, district office manager for U.S. Rep. David Dreier. It was while telling his story that McEachin couldn’t fill in one of the blanks in his service career the medals he had been awarded for fighting in Korea. He knew he had been awarded the Purple Heart, but that was it. Next week, in a ceremony in Dreier’s Glendora district, the congressman will present McEachin with all the medals he earned, including the Silver Star. “This means more to me than any Emmy or Oscar ever would,” he said. Dennis McCarthy’s column appears Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Dennis McCarthy, (818) 713-3749 email@example.comFor more information on “Voices a Tribute to the American Veteran,” see www.jamesmceachin.com.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Tags: Allan Kayiwaallan okelloBright AnukaniDaizy NakaziroFauzia NajjembaFUFA Awards 2019Hasifa NassunaJuliet NalukengeMustafah KizzaSahfik KagimuShadia Nankya KCCA FC’s Allan Okello is among the five nominees for the Male footballer of the year. (PHOTO/File)The Federation of Uganda Football Association has confirmed the final list of nominees for both the Female and Male player of the year 2019.The Male list initially comprised of 16 individuals but it is now down to just five with two of them KCCA FC players, the side that won the 2018/19 Uganda Premier League.Final five Male Player of the year nominees-Allan Okello (KCCA FC)-Mustafah Kizza (KCCA FC)-Allan Kayiwa (Tooro United FC/Vipers SC)-Shafik Kagimu (URA FC)-Bright Anukani (Proline FC)KCCA FC duo of Kizza and Okello won the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, the FUFA Super Cup, and the CECAFA Kagame Cup and were part of the Cranes team that qualified for the 2020 Championship of African Nations (CHAN).Kagimu and Kayiwa had a good run in the league at URA FC and Tooro United FC respectively and the two were part of the Cranes team that qualified for CHAN.As well, Bright Anukani guided Proline FC to the first-ever qualification to the CAF Confederation Cup after putting a good performance that led to the winning of Stanbic Uganda Cup Trophy. He was also named MVP in StarTimes FUFA Big League.The Female list initially comprised of 12 players but has also been trimmed to five.Final five Female Player of the year nominees-Daisy Nakaziro (Lady Doves FC)-Fauzia Najjemba (Kampala Queens FC)-Hasifa Nassuna (UCU Lady Cardinals FC)-Juliet Nalukenge (Kawempe Moslem FC)-Shadia Nankya (UCU Lady Cardinals FC)Nalukenge captained Uganda U17 Girls’ national team to winning the COSAFA Championship and she emerged top scorer with 18 goals. She helped Kawempe Muslim to win both the national and East Africa Secondary Schools championship.Najjembe, a student at Mukono High School who moved from Isra Soccer Academy to Kampala Queens recently was part of the Uganda U17 Girls’ national team that won the COSAFA Championship scoring 12 goals.She was joint to scorer in the FUFA Women Elite League (regular season) scoring 14 goals. Najjemba helped Mukono High School to win the Independence Cup, she finished as a top scorer both in the National Schools Championship and the East Africa Secondary Schools Championship scoring 14 and 10 goals respectively.Nassuna who won the Airtel FUFA Female player of the year accolade in 2016 guided UCU Lady Cardinals to winning the FUFA Women Elite League last season ending the season as the top scorer with 16 goals and was also named the most valuable player.Defender Nankya scored 11 goals in the league and was the top scorer in the FUFA Women’s Cup with seven goals while Lady Doves goalkeeper Daizy Nakaziro was named the best goalkeeper both in the FUFA Women Elite League and the FUFA Women’s Cup.The coaches’ and captains’ votes contribute 50% and 25% respectively in determining the winner while the fans have a contribution of 25%.The 2019 FUFA Awards dinner will be held on 14th December at Speke Resort Munyonoyo where the winners in two categories will drive away in new cars.Nominees for the 2019 AwardsFUFA Male Player of the year-Allan Okello – KCCA FC-Allan Kayiwa – Vipers SC-Shafic Kagimu – URA FC-Mustafa Kizza – KCCA FC-Bright Anukani – Proline FCFUFA Female player of the year-Fauzia Najjemba – Kampala Queens-Shadia Nankya – Uganda Martyrs/ UCU Lady Cardinals-Juliet Nalukenge – Kawempe Muslim Ladies-Hasifah Nassuna – UCU Lady Cardinals-Daizy Nakaziro – Lady DovesFUFA Male Coach of the Year-Abdallah Mubiru (Police FC)-Mutebi Mike Hillary (KCCA FC)-Bisaso Shafiq (Proline FC)FUFA Women’s Football Coach of the Year-Oliver Mbekeka (Lady Doves)-Ayub Khalifa Kiyingi (Kawempe Muslim Ladies)-Ndaula Fred (Makerere University)Fair Play Award (based on a number of caution during the period considered)-Police FC-Maroons FC-URA FCUpcoming Talent Award (FUFA Juniors League)-Mugweri Gavin Kizito (SC Villa)-Anaku Sadat (KCCA SA)-Ssekajja Davis (Bright Stars FC JT)FUFA Beach Soccer Player of the Year-Luboyera Herbert (Mutola)-Ochero Sulaiman (St Lawrence)-Mutebi Ronald (St Lawrence)FUFA Member Associations’ Award-Uganda Beach Soccer Association (UBSA)-Buganda region Football Association-KCCA Football ClubTeam Fans of the Year (FUFA Competitions)-KCCA FC-Onduparaka FC-SC Villa-Tooro United FC-Acholi Province-West Nile Province-Lango Province-Bunyoro ProvinceFull List of the 2019 FUFA Awards Categories:1 – Airtel – FUFA Male Player of the Year 20192 – Airtel – FUFA Female Player of the Year 20193 – Airtel – FUFA Best XI 2019 (Men)4 – Airtel – FUFA Best XI 2019 (Women) – New5 – Airtel – FUFA Coach of the Year 20196 – Airtel – FUFA Women Football Coach of the Year – New7 – FUFA Presidential Award8 – Airtel – FUFA Fair Play Award 2019 (UPL)9 – Airtel – FUFA Upcoming Talent Award 2019 (FJL)10 – Airtel – FUFA Beach Soccer Player of the Year11 – Airtel – FUFA Fans’ Favorite Uganda foreign-based Player12 – Best Squad (Club/National Team) of a particular Year – New13 – FUFA Member Associations’ Award – New14 – Team Fans of the Year (FUFA Competitions) – NewComments
A man has been arrested after a number of cars were damaged in traffic in Letterkenny this evening.The incident happened close to the Oldtown Bridge just after 7.30pm.The man, who was carrying some type of implement, damaged a number of cars which were queued in traffic. The man, who is in his late 20s, moved off but was later involved in an altercation close to McDonalds fast-food outlet.Gardai arrived on the scene and the man was arrested and taken to Letterkenny Garda station.It is not understood anybody in the cars was hurt but at least three people were left shaken.A number of cars were damaged as a result of the attack. Man arrested after cars attacked in Letterkenny traffic jam was last modified: August 9th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:arrestattackcarsdonegalletterkenny