Fort St. John took control early in the contest as they opened the scoring 2:20 in to the opening frame. The Huskies added to the lead with two goals in 45 seconds before the mid way point of the period. In the final minutes the Wolves turned up the pressure and came away with a goal before time expired as the score was 3-1 heading into the second.The Huskies added to their lead with an early power play marker to restore their three goal lead. The final 14 minutes of the second belonged to Slave Lake as they completely turned the game around. The Wolves scored four times and took a 5-4 lead to the dressing room.As the third began it was apparent the Huskies were going to do whatever it took to come away with the win. The dominated the Wolves in all aspects and outshot them 21-8. The improved effort resulted in three goals for Fort St. John as they took the win 7-5.- Advertisement -Head Coach Gary Alexander says the team took advantage of their chances in the first and despite a poor second period, they were able to rebound with a solid finish.“We had some lucky moments in the first period and took the shots when we should have and they went in,” he says. “We came out really bad in the second period but they reset between the second and third and came out fairly strong and redeemed themselves.” Alexander says between the second and third period that his message was a calm one and reminded the group that they were a teamAdvertisement “They were more hard on themselves than I was. They managed to pull themselves together and that’s a good thing. It’s not something I think I should be doing night in night out, supply the fury for them to pull themselves together. They have to do it themselves and they did tonight”Scoring in order for the Huskies were Tyson Glass, Jordan Harder, Brandon Howard, Lien Miller-Jeannotte, Cayle Bell, Cayle Bell and Lien Miller-JeannotteShot totals at the end of the game were 41-34 in favour of Fort St. John.Next for the Huskies is a big contest on Friday night. The team will be on the road for a game with the Fairview Flyers at 8:30 p.m. The Huskies are two points up on the Flyers in the standings with a game in hand. The win last night pulled the Huskies within two points of the Grande Prairie JDA Kings for for second place.Advertisement
Julien Benneteau of France bounced another highly ranked American, No. 6 James Blake, out of the tournament with a 6-2, 7-6 (1) victory in their third-round match. Blake had trouble keeping the ball in play, committing 41 unforced errors to Benneteau’s 18. Guillermo Canas, who a day earlier upset Roger Federer to end the Swiss star’s winning streak at 41 matches, was ousted by Carlos Moya in the third round. Moya beat Canas, 6-4, 6-4. Janko Tipsarevic, who had defeated Lleyton Hewitt on Sunday, also lost his third-round match. David Ferrer eliminated him, 6-1, 6-3. No. 2 Rafael Nadal beat Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 6-4 in their night match, running his record to 5-0 against his fellow Spaniard. Roddick said having Federer, who has won the tournament the past three years, eliminated is both a plus and a minus. Rochus made 12 fewer unforced errors than his American opponent, but did not have a single ace. No. 3 Roddick finished the match on a sweltering afternoon in the desert with a crosscourt forehand winner that the Belgian couldn’t reach. Roddick thrust his fist into the air briefly in triumph, then used his shirt to wipe the sweat soaking his face. INDIAN WELLS – Andy Roddick served 18 aces, one clocked at 147 mph, on his way to a 6-3, 7-6 (5) victory over Olivier Rochus in the third round of the Pacific Life Open on Monday. Roddick overcame 33 unforced errors with his strong serve and well-placed forehands. “I want to beat Roger. Obviously, it helps out everybody, it takes the toughest player out of the draw,” Roddick said. “But at the same time, I’m going to have to figure it out one of these times anyway. “You can’t sit back and hope that he loses because that’s not going to happen a lot.” Roddick is off to a 16-3 start in 2007, but looking for his first title of the year. Each of his three defeats came at the hands of the eventual tournament champion, including a loss to Federer in the Australian Open semifinals, a semifinal loss to Andy Murray at San Jose, and a runner-up finish to Tommy Haas at Memphis. Roddick also won both his matches in the United States’ 4-1 victory last month over the Czech Republic in the first round of Davis Cup play. On the women’s side, second-seeded Svetlana Kuznetsova defeated another Russian, Elena Likhovtseva, 6-1, 7-6 (4). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Letterkenny court.A 39 year old man who was spotted swerving across a white line in his van and caused other cars to stop has been ordered to undergo a probation report.Thomas Mongan, of An Gleann Rua, Killylastin, Letterkenny, appeared at Letterkenny District Court today charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant. Mongan, who has 89 previous convictions, was spotted by a member of the public driving irrationally at Dunwiley, Stranorlar on June 12th, 2015.The person contacted Gardai who attended the scene and attempted to stop Mongan.He was seen crossing both sides of the white line and despite activating their sirens and lights, Mongan failed to stop.Cars coming in the opposite direction were forced to stop and pull out of the way of Mongan’s van.Gardai eventually pulled up alongside Mongan’s van and he stopped his vehicle.Solicitor Frank Dorrian told the court that his client was in the process of moving house when he was stopped by Gardai and had moved from Galway to start a new life.He said his client was now under the care of the Donegal Mental Health Services.The court heard how Mongan had been disqualified on a number of occasions for drink driving over the years.Judge Paul Kelly described Mongan’s criminal record as atrocious and adjourned the matter until March 14th to get a probation report on the matter.MAN WITH 89 CONVICTIONS CAUGHT DRIVING VAN ON BOTH SIDES OF ROAD was last modified: January 7th, 2016 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:donegalJudge Paul KellyLETETRKENNY DISTRICT COURTThomas Mongan
Malachy McDermott in action for Cockhill Celtic made his inter-county bow for Donegal in the Dr McKenna Cup clash with Derry.Moville GAA NotesHAPPY NEW YEARWe hope all our members had an enjoyable and peaceful Christmas. We would like to invite and encourage all members to take an active role in the club this year, whether it is umpiring, helping out with underage/senior training, or playing any part in the club no matter how small.Please feel free to volunteer your services to any club member and become part of it.TAG SEVENS COMETITONThe annual tag sevens competition ran on New Year’s Eve with huge success. Over 45 Men and woman took part in the event which seen Joe McBride and Ciara Hegarty’s team run out eventual winners over Maurice Harkins fiercely competitive side in the final. The games were played in great spirit and friendly banter. We look forward to seeing even more faces at next year’s event. We also would like to give a special thanks to Seamus Hegarty on organising the event and anyone who helped out on the day. CONGRATULATIONSThe club would like to congratulate senior player Malachy McDermott who made his inter county debut for Donegal against Derry in the Dr. McKenna cup last Sunday in Owenbeg. We wish Malachy the best of luck in the coming weeks and hope he can make an impact on the county stage.13 ASIDE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSCongratulations to Moville senior ladies who finished their season on a high by winning the Donegal 13 aside league. The girls defeated St Eunans in a 3-9 to 2-9 score line on Sunday in the Carrick Feild. Scores on the day came from Kathy McLaughlin (1-4), Marie Kelly and Nicole McDermott both (1-1), Aisleen McGuiness, Sinead McGuiness and Shannon McDonald all (0-1). Starting IV: 1.Aoife McLaughlin 2.Niamh Cavanagh 3.Sarah Faulkner 4.Michelle Logue 5.Gemma Faulkner 6.Racheal McLaughlin 7.Shannon McDonald 8.Nicole McDermott 9.Marie Kelly 10.Charmaine McDermott 11.Carraigh McGuiness 12.Ashleen McGuiness 13.Kathy McLaughlin subs used: Realtin McElhinney, Melissa McDermott, Sinead McGuiness and Aine Hannon.LOTTO There was no jackpot winner this week. The winning numbers were 3, 5, 9, 19. The €50 runner-up prize goes to John Diver. Next week’s jackpot will be €7,000. Thank you for your continued support. We would like to appeal for more Lotto sellers as it is out main source of income.CLUB DINNER DANCEThe club dinner dance will take place in the Redcastle Hotel on Saturday 24th January. Adult tickets are €25 and U16 tickets are €12.50. Tickets are available from any committee member so why not come along and enjoy the post festive dinner dance, it promises to be a great night.UNDERAGE TRAINING The underage training with resume from its winter break next Saturday the 10th of January. For future reference the times are as follows: Toddlers, U6s & U8s boys and girls from 10am-11am. U10 boys from 11-12 and U10 & U12 girls from 11-12. U12 boys training takes place on Wednesday evenings from 7 – 8pm and will not resume on January 28th. All new children welcome.MEMBERSHIPClub membership is now open for anyone who wishes to sign up: Juveniles €5, student €10, adult €20, family (up to 18 years) €30 and family with lotto for a year €100. County Board levies must be paid before end of January so important that all memberships are paid before that time.If anyone has any information or photographs that they would like included in the notes, the club website (www.movillegaa.ie) or the club facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/MovilleGAA) feel free to e-mail it to the club PRO at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.The senior ladies side who defeated St Eunans on Sunday to win the 13 aside LeagueDELIGHT FOR MOVILLE GAA STAR MALACHY MCDERMOTT AS HE MAKES INTER-COUNTY BOW was last modified: January 5th, 2015 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:GAAmovilleNoticesSport
GAA NEWS: Dungloe, Kilcar, St Eunan’s, and Gaoth Dobhair all secured wins in Division One this afternoon on a day when St Michael’s finally tasted defeat after seven games. Eddie Harkin’s side had won all SIX of their Division One encounters prior to this afternoon’s clash with Gaoth Dobhair.However, Gaoth Dobhair who had enjoyed a mixed bag of results so far this season earned a well-deserved three-point win in difficult conditions in Magheragallon. Both sides lined out without their Donegal players who are in action next weekend in the Ulster SFC against Tyrone.Gaoth Dobhair eventually saw off St Michael’s on a score-line of 1-09 to 1-06. At the bottom of Division One, Tony Boyle’s Dungloe side hosted Malin in a huge game for both sides.Malin had failed to pick up any points heading into today’s cash with Dungloe and Liam Bradley’s charges desperately needed a win. Dungloe gained promotion back to Division One after winning the Division Two title last season but have found life in Division One difficult thus far.Despite some good performances they had only picked up one win and that was against Malin earlier in the season.However, a blistering start by Dungloe in the opening period ended this game as a contest.Goals from the lively duo of Conor Greene and Adrian Sweeney sent Tony Boyle’s side in at the interval in a commanding lead of 2-06 to 0-01.The damage had been inflicted and despite a spirited second-half performance from Malin in which they kicked NINE points, Dungloe added another goal through Gerard Walsh to win by six points. Dungloe 3-07 Malin 0-10Kilcar maintained their excellent start to the season with a hard-fought win over Glenswilly.Kilcar saw off Glenswilly on a score-line of 0-10 to 1-05.In a dress rehearsal ahead of their Donegal SFC clash Ardara were narrowly defeated by St Eunan’s. The sides meet in two weeks time in the championship at the same venue in what promises to be an intriguing affair.St Eunan’s earned an excellent two-point away win on a score-line of 1-06 0-11.GAA NEWS: ALL-COUNTY LEAGUE DIVISION ONE ROUND-UP was last modified: May 10th, 2015 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:Adrian SweeneyAll-County LeagueDivision OneGAAHome-page SportnewsSport
Donegal could be set for its first taste of snow this winter with Met Eireann warning temperatures are to plunge again tomorrow.Forecaster Liz Walsh said temperatures will plummet on Tuesday.And there could be some of the white stuff at higher levels, she warned. She said “There’s a cold front coming tonight after the heavy rain is gone.“It will be very cold tomorrow afternoon with temperatures reaching between 7 to 9C.“There will be hail showers in the west of the country with a risk of thunder.“There might be a dusting of the white stuff on top of mountains but that’s it.” “Largely dry at first tonight in eastern areas, but heavy and persistent rain in the west will transfer eastwards overnight, with low cloud and mist.“A clearance will follow from the west later in the night as the gusty southerly winds veer northwesterly and ease. Lowest temperatures 3 to 5C.”Get ready for the first dusting of snow of winter as temperatures to plunge was last modified: November 7th, 2017 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:donegalErrigalforecastsnow
Last night’s episode of Room to Improve starring Donegal legend Daniel O’Donnell and his wife Majella has emerged as a strong viewers’ favourite. New figures reveal the property programme topped the Irish viewership charts, pulling in an audience of 722,400 and an audience share of 51%.With many people catching up on the RTE Player this week, that ratings number could grow as high as Dermot Bannon’s budget dreams! From secret doors, sky-rocketing costs and questionable timber tiles, the audience loved seeing the O’Donnells’ Kincasslagh home being transformed by celebrity architect Bannon, Johnny Dorrian and his skilled construction team.The delights of Donegal’s natural scenery had high exposure on the show too, as sweeping landscape shots impressed viewers in Ireland and internationally.The squabbles, scrapped plans and high costings were all worth it in the end, as the couple ended up with a stunning, bright and beautiful home. See the before and after photos in this slideshow here:Top 5 moments from Daniel’s episode of Room to Improve Gee whiz! Daniel and Majella’s Room to Improve episode tops the TV charts was last modified: February 19th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:daniel o’donnellDermot BannonMajella O’DonnellRoom To ImproveRTETV
Two scientists believe they have unified biology and physics into one law that both animals and falling rocks obey. They call it the “constructal law.” This “universal principle of evolution” explains the “universal design principles” that make fish swim and birds fly – the “physics of evolution.” Even if evolution does not predict what animals will look like, James Marden (Penn State) and Adrian Bejan feel that the constructal law guarantees the same patterns will emerge: for instance, animals will evolve as weight-lifters against the fluids that surround them. The story was reported in Science Daily. “This is an exciting development for physicists, but it should also resonate with biologists,” Bejan said. “The idea that organic evolution is analogous to the way form evolves in inanimate flow systems is a novel concept that has the potential to unite perspectives and approaches across disparate disciplines. We suggest that the constructal law provides a powerful tool for examining and understanding variation in both the animate and inanimate compartments of nature.” Bejan thinks of his idea as a universal law governing all nature. “When thinking of evolution and Darwin, most people think of animals or trees. That’s too bad, because design features are everywhere in nature. The constructal law can be seen as a universal principle of evolution, which applies in many fields, from physics to economics.”Pebbles tumble downstream, but salmon swim upstream. The constructal law is refuted. Science Daily published this article without any howls of laughter. The credibility of Science Daily is refuted.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
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The answer to the question is yes. Here’s why…Canon has changed the film industry and we are forever grateful, but to say that Canon is on the cutting edge of technological innovation might be an overstatement.Over the last few years, sentiment for Canon has slowly been shrinking. A few of the points listed in this article might be the reason why. We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.1. The 5D Mark IV (or Lack Thereof)The 5D Mark II was released in 2008, giving us perhaps the most innovative camera in modern indie film. No longer did you need to spend tens of thousands of dollars to get professional video with a shallow depth of field. It empowered filmmakers and shrank the gap between ‘pro’ and ‘amateur’ filmmakers.The Mark II was followed up with the Mark III, which offered better low-light abilities. While the update wasn’t incredibly groundbreaking, it was a happy update that at the very least gave us 60fps, a headphone jack, and better still photography features.However, it’s been a long time since the release of the Mark III — almost four years to be exact — and we’ve yet to receive any specs or a release date for a 5D Mark IV. This complete lack of camera update comes at a time when the industry is shifting pretty quickly to 4K video — and yet Canon 5D users are stuck with 1080p video.Sure you could go out and buy a Canon Cine Camera to get 4K, but you’re going to end up spending at least 6x the price of the Mark III. As Canon continues to push back the release date of the Mark IV, popular mirrorless camera manufacturers like Sony and Panasonic continue to release cameras that can do even more than the 5D Mark III. It should also be noted that when you do a search of the most popular Cine Cameras, Canon is nowhere near the top of the list — further proof of audience’s shifting loyalties away from Canon.2. Is the 4 Million ISO Camera Supposed to Change Things?Canon recently announced the ME20F-SH, a camera that can literally shoot footage in the dark of night. From the outside, the camera looked promising. But when test footage came in, it became very clear that this camera is not great for producing cinematic footage.There’s also the problem of cost. The ME20F-SH costs $30,000, 10x the price of the ‘King of Darkness,’ the Sony A7S. We’ve actually written a pretty extensive post on the impracticality of this new camera I highly recommend checking it out if you want to read more. The biggest takeaway here is simply that even the company’s new cameras don’t produce the same kind of excitement as other new cameras in the industry. But even this isn’t the biggest issue facing Canon…3. The Shift From DSLR to MirrorlessWhile mirrorless cameras have been around since 2004, it’s only been in the last few years that they have really taken off in popularity. This is primarily to do with the advancement of camera sensors.For many years, sensors on mirrorless cameras couldn’t compare to those found on DSLRs — but times have changed. Cameras like the Sony a7S and the Panasonic GH4 have proven that mirrorless cameras are capable of producing professional footage that is just as good (if not better) than DSLR cameras.Mirrorless cameras have many significant advantages over DSLRs. Here are just a few:Mirrorless cameras are lighter.Mirrorless cameras have inline exposure readouts.Mirrorless cameras have better image stabilization.Mirrorless cameras have better autofocus abilities (when shooting video).That’s not to say that DSLRs don’t have advantages to mirrorless cameras. Currently the biggest advantage to using a Canon DSLR lens is the fact there is an extensive line of accessories. But with new mirrorless lenses being announced almost weekly, it’s safe to say that that gap is slowly shrinking.4. Sales DeclinesCanon invested heavily in DSLRs, but it’s beginning to bite them. Sales numbers are reflecting this downward trend. Users are not impressed with Canon’s current offerings. For proof, look no further than their sales numbers. As reported by EOSDigital, Canon’s profits are down 16% this year. In the words of Andrew Ried:Canon continue to place the blame for the shrinking DSLR market in a tricky world economy especially in Europe but I am pretty sure “innovation” has a lot to do with it as well.Do you think Canon is in trouble? Share your thoughts in the comments below.