Dinah looks stunning as she boards her personal truck to be taken to her prom!Most girls dream of going to their prom in a horse-drawn carriage or a limousine.But Dinah Doherty-McGonagle has always been a fan of trucks.So it was the stuff of dreams last night when her dad Michael McGonagle arranged for her to be collected in a Scania 143 lorry. The look on the Errigal College pupil’s face as the truck pulled up outside her Letterkenny home said it all.Dinah and friends danced the night away at The Station House Hotel.Needless to say she got a regular taxi home like everyone else!Mum Bernie said her daughter has always been a huge fan of trucks and it was the perfect surprise for her little girl! She wanted to say a special thank you to Nerval Porter from Castlederg who supplied the truck for the night.“It may seem a little unusual but Dinah has always had a thing about trucks.“Like many of the other pupils from Errigal College, she has really been looking forward to her prom.“But to arrive in her dream truck really got the night off to the perfect start. We were all so delighted.“She’s a great daughter and like all parents, we just wanted the best for her,” said Bernie. Keep on trucking Dinah!Meanwhile Shaun And Conor Mc Cosker also arrived at the prom in style.The lads took a tractor to the Station House for the big night.But they were the perfect gentlemen and asked their dad John to take their dates Vickie Mc Gill and Roseleen Gallagher in a black Toyota Avensis. DINAH LOOKS A ‘WHEEL’ STUNNER AS SHE GETS HER DREAM TRUCK TO SCHOOL PROM! was last modified: August 7th, 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:Dinah Dohertydonegalerrigal collegeScania truckStation House Hotel
Questions have been raised over a stretch of pipes left behind after pipe replacement works from Lough Salt to Letterkenny.The old pipes, which were made with asbestos, are believed to remain in the ground alongside the new water infrastructure.Cllr Michael McBride raised the matter with the Letterkenny MD on Wednesday. He asked what policy the council has on the disused pipes, given that the public is advised to dispose of other asbestos waste in a safe manner. Joe Ferry, Senior Chemist for the council said that there is no environmental risk with leaving the pipes in the ground, given the amount of time they’ve already been there.“It’s more of a risk if you move them at all,” Mr Ferry said.Cllr McBride replied: “My own opinion is that they should be removed.”The issue was raised outside of the planned agenda at this month’s municipal district meeting. Questions surround asbestos pipes left after replacement works was last modified: May 16th, 2019 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)
Australia – Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and ResearchChina – National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of SciencesItaly – National Institute for AstrophysicsNew Zealand – Ministry of Economic DevelopmentRepublic of South Africa – National Research FoundationThe Netherlands – Netherlands Organisation for Scientific ResearchUnited Kingdom – Science and Technology Facilities Council SAinfo reporter 3 January 2012 The world’s biggest telescope project has taken a crucial step forward, with its international partners joining forces and agreeing funding for the detailed design of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). The SKA is a €1.5-billion global science project to build the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope. Scientists, engineers and industry partners from around the world are collaborating on research and development for the SKA, which will be capable of answering some of the most fundamental questions about the universe. South Africa, allied with eight other African countries, is competing against Australia (allied with New Zealand) to host the SKA. The decision on the host country is due to be announced in early 2012. On 23 November, seven national governmental and research organisations announced the formation of the SKA Organisation, an independent, not-for-profit company established to formalise relationships with international partners and centralise the leadership of the SKA project. The signatories – from Australia, China, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa and the UK – plan to spend €69-million (including in-kind contributions) to fund the project in the period leading up to the construction phase, which starts in 2016. Further signatories are expected to join the SKA Organisation and commit additional resources over the next six months. Professor John Womersley, chair of the founding board that prepared the formation of the SKA Organisation, said in a statement: “I am delighted that the partners have recognised the scientific, economic and societal benefits that investing in international science projects like the SKA can bring.” The new SKA Organisation will directly employ staff, have the power to make legally binding decisions and lead the work of the international partners on the design of the telescope. Outgoing SKA project director Professor Richard Schilizzi said: “We are keen to start reaping the rewards that this new structure will bring, not only to the engineering development work, but to the project as a whole.” The office of the SKA Organisation will be located in purpose-built premises funded by the University of Manchester at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire, UK. The office will take over from the SKA Program Development Office currently based at the University. Dr Michiel van Haarlem was appointed interim director-general of the new SKA Organisation following Schilizzi’s retirement in December. The SKA project is expected drive technology development in antennas, fibre networks, signal processing, software and computing, and power. The design, construction and operation of the SKA has the potential to boost skills development, employment and economic growth in science, engineering and associated industries, not only in the SKA host countries but in all partner countries. The SKA signatory organisations are:
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Harold Watters, Ohio State University Extension field agronomistAt summer field days and then at Farm Science Review, I had the opportunity to talk with growers about crop prices and how they plan to cut back on costs for 2019. While yield will help offset the cut backs, price is still a concern. One topic that came up several times was to change their genetics to cheaper hybrids or maybe drop traits. This thought somewhat concerns me.I have conducted a number of trials and comparisons over the years and generally have learned that new is better when it comes to choosing a hybrid or variety. One such comparison I have been making over recent years is of a modern hybrid to open pollinated corn varieties. I know this is an extreme comparison but I do actually have some folks tell me they are looking for a modern open pollinated variety so they can produce their own seed. For 2018, I compared a modern traited hybrid, a modern non-traited hybrid, a modern open pollinated variety and an older open pollinated variety (Table 1). Reid’s yellow dent (the old OP) has a history in Ohio and has played a significant part in modern corn breeding. Table 1. Yield and lodging results for 2018 corn comparisons near South Charleston, Ohio.TreatmentModern hybrid – traitedModern hybrid –non-traitedModern OPReid’s yellow dent——— Yield in Bu/A ———18,000 seed/A205.3192.3125.085.536,000 seed/A242.5219.6142.774.3Lsd 0.1014.7— Lodging 1-10 scale (1 standing, 10 flat) —18,000 seed/A111.754.536,000 seed/A111.755.25Lsd 0.100.7 Typically when I make this comparison between my modern hybrid and Reid’s yellow dent, I have about 100-bushel per acre advantage for the modern hybrid. This year, however, with lodging, insect feeding, disease, and a good growing season for these modern hybrids, the differences were a bit more. I use this information when talking with consumers about the value of modern technology in plant breeding. We can also see the benefit to increasing seeding rates for the modern hybrids.Lodging likely had an influence on yield, with the open pollinated Reid’s yellow dent not standing well versus any of the “modern” corns standing quite well.As to the economics (Table 2) and that thought on using modern hybrids versus open pollinated varieties, here is a limited economic comparison of the four corns used in this trial. Looks like the high priced seed is the winner — but keep in mind this also likely has the latest selection criteria applied, meaning it was chosen for sale as a high yield hybrid under current conditions. Table 2. Economic considerations for 2018 corn comparisons near South Charleston, Ohio. Yield (bu/A) under optimal conditions$/A gross at December corn priceEstimated $ cost/unit seedSeed cost/AValue/A in $Modern – traited242.5$ 856$ 350$ 158$ 699Modern non-traited219.6$ 775$ 250$ 113$ 663Modern open pollinated142.7$ 504$ 75$ 34$ 470Reid’s yellow dent (old OP)85.5$ 302$ 39$ 9$ 293
The Melbourne City Lions have won their second Women’s VT League title after defeating the Bayside Vipers by one touchdown. The win continues the two team’s strong rivalry over the past three years, and is revenge for the Lions’ loss to the Vipers in the 2008 grand final. Despite their loss in the Women’s division, the Vipers took home two of the three major awards on finals day of the 2009 VT League at Port Melbourne, winning the Men’s division and also winning the Licence Minor Premiership. The Lions went into the Women’s finals series as the form team of the season, with the Vipers not far behind. The Lions went through the first 14 rounds without losing a game, before being beaten by the Vipers in round 15. In the elimination finals, the Western Dodgers upset the Northern Falcons by two touchdowns, while the Uni Blues were two touchdown winners over the Casey Cougars. The Dodgers then progressed to the semi finals to play the Lions, with the Lions winning 7-3. In the other semi, the Vipers were too good for the Blues, winning 4-2.In wet conditions in the final, the Lions led by two touchdowns at half-time, and further extended their lead early in the second half to lead three nil. Two quick touchdowns to the Vipers got them into the game, but it was too little too late, with the Lions taking the game 3-2. After 15 rounds of the Men’s division, the Vipers finished on top of the VT League ladder with 13 wins and two losses. Last year’s premiers, the Western Dodgers, finished in second place, with nine wins and six losses. In the elimination finals, the Lions were 10-7 winners over the Cougars, as were the Blues over the Falcons. The Lions then pushed the Vipers all the way in the first semi, with the eventual premiers winning by one touchdown to progress through to the final. In the other semi, the Dodgers were three touchdown winners over the Blues.In the final, the Dodgers got out to a strong start, leading by two touchdowns at the break, 4-2. The Dodgers were reduced to four players at one stage in the second half, with the Vipers making the most of the opportunity, hitting back to score three touchdowns to give them the lead. After another Dodgers player was sent to the sin bin, the Vipers kept the scoreboard ticking over to claim the Men’s VT League title 8-5. The following awards were presented following the finals:Licence Minor Premiership – Bayside VipersFair Play team award – Northern Falcons Women’s teamMost Influential Male – Wylie McQueen (Casey Cougars) Jamie Tang (Uni Blues)Most Influential Female – Leah Percy (Melbourne City Lions)Best and Fairest Female – Brooke James (Bayside Vipers)Best and Fairest Male – Troy Booth (Northern Falcons)Best on ground – Women’s grand final – Leah Percy (Melbourne City Lions)Best on ground – Men’s grand final – Thomas Zwart (Western Dodgers)Players referee of the tournament – Julie DavineEmerging referee of the tournament – Johnny KatalACT Super LeagueAll four ACT Super League clubs will take part in the Men’s and Women’s grand finals on Thursday, 10 December 2009. In the Women’s division, Woden Eagles will play the Canberra City Bears after the Eagles defeated the Tuggeranong Valley Vikings by two touchdowns in the qualifying final, 4-2. In the Men’s grand final, the Vikings will play the UC Otters after the Vikings defeated the Eagles 7-6 in a drop off in the qualifying final. In the Women’s division, the Bears finished the six round competition on top of the ladder, with five wins from their six games. They have been undefeated since their round one loss to the Vikings. The Eagles finished in third place on the ladder, with two wins, three losses and one draw from their six games. Their best result prior to the finals was their four-all draw against the Vikings in round six. The Eagles then upset the Vikings in the qualifying final to progress through to the final. The Eagles and the Bears met twice this season, with the Bears winning both games – by four touchdowns in round two and five touchdowns in round five. The final between the Bears and the Eagles will be played at 7.40pm on Thursday, 10 December 2009.In the Men’s division, the Otters were the first team to progress through to the grand final after finishing the season on top of the ACT Super League Men’s ladder. The Otters went through the season undefeated with four wins and two draws from their six games, with draws against the Eagles and the Vikings. The Vikings finished the season in third position, with two wins, three losses and one draw from their six games.The Otters and the Vikings met twice this season, with the Otters defeating the Vikings by three touchdowns in round three, while the teams drew seven-all in round five. They will meet again in the final on Thursday, 10 December at 6.50pm. For more information, please visit the following website:www.acttouch.com.au VT LEAGUERESULTSMEN’S – ELIMINATION FINALSFirst Elimination Final:Melbourne City Lions 10 def Casey Cougars 7Second Elimination Final:Uni Blues 10 def Northern Falcons 7MEN’S – SEMI FINALSFirst Semi Final:Bayside Vipers 10 def Melbourne City Lions 9Second Semi Final:Western Dodgers 7 def Uni Blues 4 MEN’S – GRAND FINALBayside Vipers 8 def Western Dodgers 5WOMEN’S- ELIMINATION FINALFirst Elimination Final:Northern Falcons 1 def by Western Dodgers 3 Second Elimination Final:Uni Blues 3 def Casey Cougars 1WOMEN’S – SEMI FINALSFirst Semi Final:Melbourne City Lions 7 def Western Dodgers 3Second Semi Final:Bayside Vipers 4 def Uni Blues 2WOMEN’S – GRAND FINALMelbourne City Lions 3 def Bayside Vipers 2ACT SUPER LEAGUERESULTSWOMEN’S – QUALIFYING FINALTuggeranong Valley Vikings 2 def by Woden Eagles 4WOMEN’S – GRAND FINALCanberra City Bears v Woden EaglesMEN’S – QUALIFYING FINALTuggeranong Valley Vikings 7 def Woden Eagles 6MEN’S – GRAND FINALUC Otters v Tuggeranong Valley Vikings
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Kante proves Chelsea matchwinner at Crystal Palaceby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveN’Golo Kante proved Chelsea’s matchwinner on Sunday as they moved back into the top four with victory at Crystal Palace.Kante scored the only goal of the game in the 51st minute when he broke forward from midfield to convert David Luiz’s throughball.There were few clear-cut chances as the Blues dominated possession and Palace sat back hoping to catch the opposition on the counter-attack – a tactic which failed to work as Roy Hodgson’s Eagles took 85 minutes to register their first effort at goal.Chelsea’s Willian came close to scoring with a free-kick that struck the post, and Ross Barkley also hit the woodwork with a hooked effort.The Blues have 43 points, one behind City and two behind Spurs. Palace remain in 14th with 19 points.
Prodl admits Watford desperate for points boostby Freddie Taylor18 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveWatford defender Sebastian Prodl admits the club needs points soon or they risk relegation.The Hornets have two points from eight games heading into the international break.Prodl said: “We need to step forward, we need to get positive results in and we can’t waste any more time.”We want to maintain our status as a Premier League club and the sooner we face reality, the better it is to get out and the easier it will become to get out [of the relegation zone]. We face another tough opponent away next (Tottenham) — that’s the Premier League. It doesn’t matter if it is Sheffield or Tottenham, we need points.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say
OSU freshman attacker Avery Murphy (27) during a game against Cincinnati on March 11 at Ohio Stadium. Credit: Courtesy of OSUThe No. 17 Ohio State women’s lacrosse team toppled Binghamton and Hofstra over the weekend, allowing it to ride a seven-game win streak home from New York.The Buckeyes beat Binghamton 10-5 on Friday. Sophomore attackman Molly Wood led OSU with four goals, while senior attackman Cian Dabrowski added two goals and three assists. Dabrowski leads the team with 25 goals this season. Most of the scoring happened in the first period after senior midfielder Kelsey Gallagher set the tone, scoring a goal a mere two minutes in. Binghamton tied it up a minute later, and the game remained tied until junior midfielder Paulina Constant scored the first of three straight goals from the Buckeyes, giving them a 4-1 lead. The game went back and forth from there, but Wood scored two consecutive goals to give OSU a 8-4 advantage at halftime. Wood scored another goal just 33 seconds into the second half, making the score 9-4 in favor of OSU. Dabrowski added the last Buckeye goal with 20 minutes left. Senior goalkeeper Katie Frederick earned the win, registering six saves. The Buckeye defense had a solid performance, holding the Bearcats to five goals, and OSU outshot Binghamton 32-15 and forced 20 turnovers.OSU then beat Hofstra in an 18-8 victory on Sunday. The win marked OSU coach Alexis Venechanos’ 100th career victory and boosted the Buckeyes’ record to 9-1, which equals the program record for the best start to a campaign.Dabrowski tallied a career-high six goals on just seven shots, giving her 100 goals for her career. Wood added four goals and tied her career high with 13 draw controls. Senior attackman Rainey Hodgson contributed five assists on the day. She has 20 assists on the year, which already eclipses her season total from 2015.The Buckeyes were in control the entire game, netting the first nine goals of the match, the first of which came just 15 seconds in. OSU held a 14-3 advantage in draw controls in the first half and outshot the Pride 18-7. OSU led the game 14-3 by halftime. The Buckeyes’ biggest lead was 18-3 with 20 minutes left, before they surrendered five goals after the game was already out of reach. Frederick picked up another win, making two saves in the game. OSU is primed to be back in action Saturday for its Big Ten opener against Michigan. The game is slated to start at 3 p.m. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
ESPN Adds 15 More UFC Fights Disney, Twitter Announce New Business Partnership Mickelson Wants To Duel Tiger Woods WhatsApp Facebook ESPN Makes Historic Exclusivity Deal With UFC Now Playing Up Next Twitter The Undertaker appears on ESPN College GameDay Saturday morning Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next Pinterest Google+ Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against ESPN Now Playing Up Next Michael Sam, who was cut by the NFL’s St. Louis Rams this past weekend and was invited to next week’s 9/8 WWE RAW in Baltimore, is scheduled to meet with the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday to undergo a physical according to a report by ESPN.If Sam passes the physical, he will be signed to the practice squad. This means any chance of Sam accepting WWE’s invite on Monday won’t be possible.Source: ESPN.comRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipESPN Adds 15 More UFC FightsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:34/Current Time 0:00Loaded: 2.61%0:00Remaining Time -0:34 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega made official for AEW Full Gear on November 9 from Baltimore AEW announces Full Gear PPV tickets go on-sale this Friday to the general public
Videos Articles Shawn Michaels Google+ Now Playing Up Next Facebook WWE SuperstarsSeptember 4, 2014Des Moines, IowaCommentators: Tom Phillips, Renee YoungRecap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.comWe see the usual intro, then go to the opening match.Emma vs. Alicia FoxThis is a rematch from Superstars 2 weeks ago. Emma does her wacky dance early. Crowd chants for Emma as the bell sounds. Emma avoids Fox multliple times, then Fox with a gut kick. Fox drops down, but Emma drops down with her. Emma avoids Fox some more, then hits a basement dropkick for a nearfall. Fox works over Emma’s arm, but Emma gets out with a kick from underneath. Emma off the ropes, but Fox catches her with a big boot for a nearfall. Fox sends Emma to the outside, then taunts the crowd from the turnbuckles. Emma gets back in, but Fox greets her with a series of back clubs. Northern Lights by Fox for a nearfall. Fox slams Emma face-first off the mat multiple times. Fox chokes Emma in the ropes with her leg. Chinlock applied by Fox, crowd wills on Emma. Emma fights back, but Fox with a back club. Fox lifts up Emma and throws her through the ropes and to the outside. Fox runs the ropes and does a cartwheel, then taunts the crowd again from the turnbuckles. Ref continues his 10 count, but Emma gets back in at the count of 9. Fox with more back clubs, but Emma with a backslide for a nearfall. Emma catches a kick by Fox and hits an atomic drop. Emma fires up and knocks down Fox with some of her dance fighting. Emma walks in place and charges at Fox in the corner, hitting the Emmamite Sandwich for a nearfall. Emma starts to head up top, but Fox grabs her before doing so. Fox goes to pull Emma back in through the ropes, but Emma hits her with a Koppo Kick. Emma heads up top, crossbody, but Fox rolls through and gets a nearfall. Emma avoids a Fox charge in the corner, Sunset flip for a nearfall. Series of forearms by Emma, but Fox with a savate kick to the ribs.Scissors Kick by Fox for the win.Winner: Alicia Fox by pinfall (Scissors Kick)Fox celebrates her win afterwards.CommercialBack from commercial, we see video from RAW with Chris Jericho’s Highlight Reel with Randy Orton.CommercialBack from commercial, we see video from RAW involving the Bella Twins, Stephanie McMahon, AJ Lee & Divas Champion Paige.CommercialMain Event: Sin Cara vs. Justin GabrielCara with a side headlock and a shoulder tackle early. Series of evasions, then Gabriel with a savate kick to the ribs and a back club. Chop and a forearm by Gabriel in the corner. Gabriel runs into a back elbow by Cara, then Cara with 2 lucha-style armdrags into an armbar. Gabriel gets to his feet, but Cara takes him back down. Gabriel gets free, but Cara avoids him and hits a dropkick, sending Gabriel to the outside. Cara with a head of steam, but Gabriel avoids him, Cara goes onto the apron. Gabriel charges in, but Cara pulls down the top rope, sending Gabriel to the outside as we go to commercial.CommercialBack from commercial as Gabriel with a big chop to Cara in the corner. Cara comes back with chops of his own. Gabriel then with a gut shot and another chop. Cara goes up & over Gabriel, but runs into double boots. Gabriel goes to the middle rope and hits a flying clothesline for a 1 count. Double sledge to the back of the head by Gabriel, then locks in a cravate, crowd wills on Cara. Cara fights back, but Gabriel with a cravate Russian Leg Sweep for a nearfall. Gabriel with a soccer kick to the ribs, then locks in a abdominal stretch while also using his free leg to step over Cara. Gabriel with a pinning predicament for a nearfall. Gabriel stomps away at Cara, but Cara comes back with a kick from underneath. Gabriel then unloads with right hands from the mount. Another soccer kick to the ribs by Gabriel, then goes back to the cravate, crowd again wills on Cara. Cara fights back and counters out with a back suplex. Cara takes down Gabriel down, blocks a shot and hits a leg kick. Springboard headbutt and a springboard crossbody by Cara. Spinning headscissors by Cara, Gabriel misses a clothesline and Cara with a standing reverse suplex for a nearfall. Gabriel kicks Cara off, then goes to the middle rope and hits a Tornado DDT for a nearfall. Springboard moonsault by Gabriel for a nearfall. Gabriel yells out in frustration. Gabriel heads up top for the 450, but Cara crotches him.Cara goes up top with Gabriel, ONE MAN SPANISH FLY!!! 1-2-3!Winner: Sin Cara by pinfall (One Man Spanish Fly)Cara celebrates his win afterward.CommercialBack from commercial to close the show, we see video from RAW of the 6-Man Tag between John Cena, Roman Reigns & Chris Jericho against Seth Rollins, Randy Orton & Kane.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Lists The Shields Top 10 WinsVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:03Loaded: 100.00%0:03Remaining Time -0:27 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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