Everton’s most exciting signing and the departure that broke Bluenose hearts revealed by DMA’s Tommy

first_img DMA’s Lead singer of Australian band DMA’s and an Everton fan, this week Tommy O’Dell tackles talkSPORT’s ‘Starting XI’ Q&A…Who would be the most rock ‘n’ roll signing your club could make?Lionel Messi. If your club was a song or a lyric, what would it be? Eiffel 65’s I’m Blue. Which football stadium would you most like to play a gig at (that’s not your club’s home ground)?Wembley.Which footballer has the most potential to be a rock star?Del Piero.Brit award or Premier League trophy?Premier League trophy.When you were a kid, which football and music posters did you have on your wall?Duncan Ferguson and The Stone Roses.Elvis was the king of rock ‘n’ roll, Michael Jackson the king of pop… Who’s the king of football?Maradona.If you were in charge of your club’s dressing room stereo, what tunes would you put on before a big game and why?I’d play hip hop. The rhythm and the beat gets you focused.Which signing got you most excited and which player’s departure broke your heart?Lukaku for excitement, Tim Cahill leaving for bad times.Which footballer would you refuse complimentary tickets to one of your gigs?Luis Suarez. What’s the best/worst football song ever recorded?The best is Kasbaian’s ‘I’m On Fire’. Worst? [1998 World Cup song] ‘The Cup of Life’, Ricky Martin.The debut album ‘Hills End’ is released 26th February 2016. www.dmasmusic.comcenter_img 1last_img read more

European Super League was NOT discussed by Premier League ‘top five’ – reports

first_imgIt is understood representatives from the Premier League’s top clubs were discussing pre-season tournament arrangements in London on Tuesday, and NOT potential plans for a European Super League breakaway.Reports have emerged that officials from Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United held a meeting with American billionaire Stephen Ross – the owner of NFL team the Miami Dolphins.Photographs of United’s Ed Woodward, Liverpool’s Ian Ayre, Chelsea’s Bruce Buck, City’s Ferran Soriano and Arsenal’s Ivan Gazidis leaving a meeting at the Dorchester Hotel together prompted speculation that another attempt could be made to form a new continental competition.But Ross’ organisation is also behind the International Champions Cup series, which sees a number of English clubs take on other leading sides from across Europe in pre-season tournaments around the globe.And an Arsenal spokesman, while confirming a meeting took place, insisted a European Super League breakaway was not on the agenda.“We are strongly opposed to any breakaway,” he told Press Association Sport.“Not Arsenal, nor any clubs at the meeting, are seeking changes to the Premier League and European landscape and no conversations surrounding displacing the Premier League or starting a European Super League took place.“Discussions were primarily around the ICC and formats of European competitions that would complement the existing Premier League.”It is understood Tuesday’s meeting was with Ross’ company, Relevent Sports, rather than the American billionaire himself. Involvement in the forthcoming International Champions Cup was mentioned, while changes to the Champions League format were also discussed.However, any impetus for a breakaway European Super League is believed to come from mainland Europe due to the current strength of the Premier League.Stoke Chairman Peter Coates told talkSPORT on Wednesday that the top European league are envious of the Premier League’s financial clout because of the new TV deal.UEFA confirmed it has no concrete proposals on the table to change the format of its European competitions, but is constantly reviewing the situation.A lucrative new broadcasting deal is set to kick in from the start of the 2016/2017 Premier League season, which will dwarf the current financial rewards on offer for a successful European campaign.When contacted by Press Association Sport on Wednesday, UEFA confirmed they were aware of the latest reports, but had no specific comment to make on the claims.A spokesman said: “We are constantly reviewing the formats of our competitions in consultations with stakeholders and also with the ECA [European Club Association].“At the moment, there are no concrete proposals on the table. We have just gone into a new three-year cycle for Champions League and Europa League, so we cannot offer any further comment at this stage.”Liverpool attended the meeting after an invitation from a long-standing associate, whose tournament they played in two years ago and are likely to do so again this summer during their pre-season tour of the west coast of the United States.It is understood the Merseyside club remain strong supporters of the existing structure of European football.The Premier League said they had no comment to make when contacted on Wednesday. Manchester United CEO Ed Woodward (right) was present at the meeting in London 1last_img read more


first_imgFianna Fáil TD Charlie McConalogue has called on the Minister for Communications Pat Rabbitte to guarantee that the National Broadband Plan, to be published next month, will address the serious deficiencies in broadband access in many areas of Co Donegal.Deputy McConalogue has raised serious concerns about recent comments from the Next Generation Broadband Taskforce that “spatial distribution patterns in Ireland make the delivery on a commercial basis of high speed broadband to more isolated rural areas cost prohibitive for industry.”The Donegal North East TD commented, “Minister Rabbitte announced his broadband plan amid great fanfare last year and claimed that nearly every household and business in Ireland already has access to competitively priced broadband.  But we can see in Donegal that is certainly not the case. “The Broadband services in many areas of this county are poor at best.  The Programme for Government committed to bring fibre-power broadband to 90% of homes and businesses in Ireland. The progress of that plan, if any, certainly can’t be seen in Donegal.“The consequences of poor broadband services are significant for this region. The Taoiseach himself has said that the internet industry is the key to Ireland’s economic recovery. How can we expect to retain and create jobs in Donegal if the basic service is not being provided?“The Next Generation report has asked for contributions from the public. I would urge the people of Donegal to make their voices heard and contact [email protected] to demand improvements to broadband in their area.“Donegal has been left behind when it comes to high-speed broadband and we need to be brought up to speed with the rest of the country. In the interests of economic recovery and job creation, Minister Rabbitte must ensure his plan is fair to every region in f the country. No business or household can be left behind.  I am calling on Minister Rabbitte to deliver on his promise and guarantee full broadband access in Donegal.”  ‘DONEGAL MUST NOT BE LEFT OUT AGAIN OVER BROADBAND’ – TD was last modified: May 23rd, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:’DONEGAL MUST NOT BE LEFT OUT AGAIN OVER BROADBAND’ – TDlast_img read more


first_imgThree well-known Donegal stores have been named among the Top 100 stores by Retail Excellence Ireland.The stores are McElhinneys, Greene’s Shoes and Brennan’s Pharmacy.The Top100 stores are part of the Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) Awards, which were established in 1997 to promote best practise standards in the Irish retail industry. The awards, taking place on Saturday 3rd November 2012, focus on promoting and recognising standards of excellence in retail. The awards programme is now the largest and most prestigious of its kind in Ireland.As part of the Top100 selection process, all store entrants were visited by a Mystery Shopper, with those exceeding demanding service and standards criteria making it to the Top 100 Stores.A team of Store Assessors will now visit each of the Top100 Stores, selecting the Top50 stores and then the final Top 30. The winning stores will be selected based on the reports data gathered and a review of store photography and in-store video recording evidence.David Fitzsimons, Chief Executive, Retail Excellence Ireland commented, “I want to commend all of the retailers who entered this year. In particular, I congratulate the Top100 stores for making it through. “The very high standard of service, customer engagement, display and levels of investment among Irish retailers made selecting this year’s Top100 particularly difficult. The REI awards are about recognising and rewarding retail excellence”. THREE DONEGAL STORES NAMED IN IRELAND’S TOP 100 was last modified: July 9th, 2012 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:Brennan’s PharmacyGreene’s ShoesMCELHINNEYSRetail Excellencelast_img read more

Live stream Barcelona v Real Madrid on talkSPORT 2

first_img1 Listen to live commentary of El Clasico on talkSPORT 2 from 7:30pm You can listen to live commentary of La Liga on talkSPORT 2 until the end of the 2017-18 season, including tonight’s El Clasico. For details of how to retune your radio, click here.Live stream Barcelona v Real Madrid on talkSPORT 2 this Saturday April 2, 2016, kick off at 19:30 BST.Barca have been in formidable form this season, and sit nine points clear of Atletico Madrid and 10 points clear of tonight’s opponents, Real Madrid, at the top of La Liga.For Los Blancos, the campaign so far has been underwhelming, with poor results – including the 4-0 defeat to Luis Enrique’s side in November – costing Rafael Benitez his job in January, just seven months after his appointment.Zinedine Zidane has since taken over at the Santiago Bernabeu and the Frenchman’s results have been mixed, with the La Liga title looking to be out of his side’s reach.Nonetheless, with eight games to go, the season is far from finished, leaving tonight’s result crucial.CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO STREAM BARCELONA V REAL MADRID LIVE ON TALKSPORT 2Barcelona players will wear a special shirt with the message ‘Gracies Johan’ in tribute to former player and manager Johan Cruyff, who recently lost his battle with cancer.Predicted Barcelona XI: Bravo; Alves, Mascherano, Pique, Alba; Ineista, Busquets, Rakitic; Messi, Suarez, NeymarPredicted Real Madrid XI: Navas; Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Marcelo; Kroos, Casemiro, Modric; Bale, Benzema, RonaldoBARCELONA AND REAL MADRID COMBINED XI – ANY ROOM FOR CRISTIANO RONALDO?last_img read more

Immunity sought for companies cooperating with NSA monitoring

first_imgAttorney General Michael B. Mukasey echoed that theme in an op-ed of his own in The Los Angeles Times on Wednesday, saying private companies would be reluctant to provide their “full-hearted help” if they were not given legal protections. The government’s dependence on the phone industry, driven by the changes in technology and the Bush administration’s desire to expand surveillance capabilities inside the United States, has grown significantly since the Sept. 11 attacks. The NSA, though, wanted to extend its reach even earlier. In December 2000, agency officials wrote a transition report to the incoming Bush administration, saying the agency must become a “powerful, permanent presence” on the commercial communications network, a goal that they acknowledged would raise legal and privacy issues. While the NSA operates under restrictions on domestic spying, the companies have broader concerns – customers’ demands for privacy and shareholders’ worries about bad publicity. In the drug-trafficking operation, the NSA has been helping the Drug Enforcement Administration in collecting the phone records showing patterns of calls between the United States, Latin America and other drug-producing regions. The program dates to the 1990s, according to several government officials, but it appears to have expanded in recent years. Officials say the government has not listened to the communications, but has instead used phone numbers and e-mail addresses to analyze links between people in the United States and overseas. Senior Justice Department officials in the Bush and Clinton administrations signed off on the operation, which uses broad administrative subpoenas but does not require court approval to demand the records. At least one major phone carrier – whose identity could not be confirmed – refused to cooperate, citing concerns in 2004 that the subpoenas were overly broad, government and industry officials said. The executives also worried that if the program were exposed, the company would face a public-relations backlash. The DEA declined to comment on the call-tracing program, except to say that it “exercises its legal authority” to issue administrative subpoenas. The NSA also declined to comment on it. In a separate program, NSA officials met with the Qwest executives in February 2001 and asked for more access to their phone system for surveillance operations, according to people familiar with the episode. The company declined, expressing concerns that the request was illegal without a court order. While Qwest’s refusal was disclosed two months ago in court papers, the details of the NSA’s request were not. A government official said the NSA intended to single out only foreigners on Qwest’s network, and added that the agency believed Joseph Nacchio, then the chief executive of Qwest, and other company officials misunderstood the agency’s proposal. Bob Toevs, a Qwest spokesman, said the company did not comment on matters of national security. Other NSA initiatives have stirred concerns among phone company workers. A lawsuit was filed in federal court in New Jersey challenging the agency’s wiretapping operations. It claims that in February 2001, just days before agency officials met with Qwest officials, the NSA met with AT&T officials to discuss replicating a network center in Bedminster, N.J., to give the agency access to all the global phone and e-mail traffic that ran through it. The accusations rely in large part on the assertions of a former engineer on the project. The engineer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said in an interview that he participated in numerous discussions with NSA officials about the proposal. The officials, he said, discussed ways to duplicate the Bedminster system in Maryland so the agency “could listen in” with unfettered access to communications that it believed had intelligence value and store them for later review. There was no discussion of limiting the monitoring to international communications, he said. “At some point,” he said, “I started feeling something isn’t right.” Two other AT&T employees who worked on the proposal discounted his claims, saying in interviews that the project had simply sought to improve the NSA’s internal communications systems and was never designed to allow the agency access to outside communications.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WASHINGTON – For months, the Bush administration has waged a high-profile campaign, including personal lobbying by President Bush and closed-door briefings by top officials, to persuade Congress to pass legislation protecting companies from lawsuits for aiding the National Security Agency’s warrantless eavesdropping program. But the battle is really about something much bigger. At stake is the federal government’s extensive but uneasy partnership with industry to conduct a wide range of secret surveillance operations in fighting terrorism and crime. The NSA’s reliance on telecommunications companies is broader and deeper than ever before, according to government and industry officials, yet that alliance is strained by legal worries and the fear of public exposure. To detect narcotics trafficking, for example, the government has been collecting the phone records of thousands of Americans and others inside the United States who call people in Latin America, according to several government officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the program remains classified. But in 2004, one major phone carrier balked at turning over its customers’ records. Worried about possible privacy violations or public relations problems, company executives declined to help the operation, which has not been previously disclosed. In a separate NSA project, executives at a Denver phone carrier, Qwest, refused in early 2001 to give the agency access to their most localized communications switches, which primarily carry domestic calls, according to people aware of the request, which has not been previously reported. They say the arrangement could have permitted neighborhood-by-neighborhood surveillance of phone traffic without a court order, which alarmed them. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWhicker: Clemson demonstrates that it’s tough to knock out the champThe federal government’s reliance on private industry has been driven by changes in technology. Two decades ago, telephone calls and other communications traveled mostly through the air, relayed along microwave towers or bounced off satellites. The NSA could vacuum up phone, fax and data traffic merely by erecting its own satellite dishes. But the fiber optics revolution has sent more and more international communications by land and undersea cable, forcing the agency to seek company cooperation to get access. After the disclosure two years ago that the NSA was eavesdropping on the international communications of terrorism suspects inside the United States without warrants, more than 40 lawsuits were filed against the government and phone carriers. As a result, skittish companies and their lawyers have been demanding stricter safeguards before they provide access to the government and, in some cases, are refusing outright to cooperate, officials said. “It’s a very frayed and strained relationship right now, and that’s not a good thing for the country in terms of keeping all of us safe,” said an industry official who believes that immunity is critical for the phone carriers. “This episode has caused companies to change their conduct in a variety of ways.” With a vote in the Senate on the issue expected as early as Monday, the Bush administration has intensified its efforts to win retroactive immunity for companies cooperating with counterterrorism operations. “The intelligence community cannot go it alone,” Mike McConnell, the director of national intelligence, wrote in a New York Times op-ed Monday urging Congress to pass the immunity provision. “Those in the private sector who stand by us in times of national security emergencies deserve thanks, not lawsuits.” last_img read more

USC’s Leinart brilliant in defeat

first_imgPASADENA – Matt Leinart could only watch as Vince Young and the Texas Longhorns broke his heart. The USC senior was nearly flawless after halftime Wednesday night, completing 16 of 19 passes for 218 yards and a touchdown. But Young scored on an 8-yard run with 19 seconds remaining to give No. 2 Texas the national championship with a 41-38 victory over the top-ranked Trojans in the Rose Bowl. “We just couldn’t tackle him,” Leinart said. “I still think we’re a better football team. They just made the plays at the end. “This is what it’s all about, 41-38 in the final game. You couldn’t ask for anything better. This was a great football game. We gave our hearts, they gave their hearts, and they came out on top.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Leinart threw an incompletion to finish his career, overthrowing Dwayne Jarrett as time ran out, and trudged off the field a loser for only the second time in 39 starts at USC. The 2004 Heisman Trophy winner didn’t seem himself during a shaky first half, perhaps feeling the rust of a month off. The Trojans moved inside the Texas 20-yard line four times in the first half and to the Longhorns’ 25 on another occasion, but scored only 10 points. “It’s disappointing. We missed some stuff in the first half, but that’s the way things go,” Leinart said. He was sacked twice in a row in the final minute of the half to prevent USC from perhaps scoring a touchdown. He knelt on one knee after one of the takedowns with his helmet off, appearing shaken up and in need of the halftime break. Once he got it, there was no stopping him or his team for a while as USC (12-1) scored touchdowns on its first four possessions of the second half to take a 38-26 lead. center_img But Texas (13-0) had what it took at the finish. Next stop for Leinart: the NFL, where he could have played this season, assuring himself of all the money he could ever spend. That will come soon enough for the 6-foot-5 left-hander from Orange County, who decided to go with his heart and stay in school for his senior year. “No regrets,” he said. “This is what I came back to school to do.” Leinart beat out three competitors to win the starting quarterback job in the spring of 2003 after sitting out his first year and playing third string his second, playing in mopup time in three games without throwing a pass. He has excelled in his three years as a starter to the point where it’s reasonable to call him one of the best quarterbacks in college football history. “He’s got to be one of the all-timers, he’s got to be,” USC coach Pete Carroll said. “He’s one of the top few that’s ever played.” If that’s not the case, Leinart certainly qualifies as one of the most successful with his 37-2 record as a starter – including a 34-game winning streak snapped by the Longhorns. “He’s been a great champion, he’s been a great leader, he’s been a role model, he’s been a blast to be around,” Carroll said. “You know it and I know it, it’s time to go. “He played fantastic tonight again; it’s just too bad he couldn’t walk out of here as the Rose Bowl champ one more time. It isn’t because he didn’t do all he could.” Among the other outstanding records by starting college quarterbacks are the 35-0 mark by Toledo’s Chuck Ealey from 1969-71, the 32-1-1 record by Oklahoma’s Steve Davis from 1973-75, and the 38-2 mark by Miami’s Ken Dorsey from 1999-02. Young is 30-2 as a starter, and could surpass Leinart’s standard as a senior next season, assuming he returns to school. Carroll said Leinart’s decision to play his senior year was the right one, and should send a message to other youngsters. “He’s such an extraordinary kid,” Carroll said. “I know he wouldn’t trade this experience for anything. We’re very lucky that we’ve had the time with him; it’s been great to be with Matty.” Leinart went 29-of-40 for 365 yards with one interception against Texas. He was at his best in USC’s most important games, winning MVP honors in the Rose Bowl two years ago, when he completed 23 of 34 passes for 327 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-14 victory over Michigan, and in the Orange Bowl last January, when he hit on 18 of 35 for 332 yards and five TDs in a 55-19 triumph over Oklahoma. Leinart passed for a startling 10,603 yards and 99 touchdowns with only 23 interceptions in the past three seasons. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Job Vacancy: Donegal company seek Junior Pre-Sales Consultant/ Trainee Recruiter

first_imgAudit International are growing their internationally focused office in Letterkenny.We would love to hear from individuals who focus and commit each day to a positive, can-do attitude:In addition to this you will be: A highly motivated individualWell organisedResults focusedProactive- ie “you make things happen”HardworkingDeterminedSelf-starterResilientDesire to be part of a growing and like-minded ambitious team of individuals.· You will also have a good phone manner and be proficient in email, and Microsoft word and outlook etc.Ideally, the right candidate will have one years sales experience as a minimum, however, if you can convince us that without that experience that you have what it takes to succeed in a highly competitive market place- then we can teach you the rest! If this sounds like you?Well, we can offer you the following:Incentives we can offer:· Competitive salary and uncapped commission structure· Fully Accredited and Internationally recognised training programme for new starters.· Monthly Lunch clubs events where you will dine at some of the best restaurants in the region- on us. · Monthly events such as Cinema Fridays, Go Karting, Paintball etc· VIP- Year end event with luxury all-inclusive holiday for you and all fellow high achievers in the team· Interest free loans for on target earners· New and modern offices to work from. · Daily, weekly, monthly training and mentoring & support.· Holiday fund winners· Duvet Days ( 2 days per year)· Opportunities for you to grow and develop your own business within our business where you will be fully responsible for everything in your service line.· International travel opportunities to locations such as Switzerland, Germany, Singapore and the US.Applicant Qualifications· How many years of Business Development experience do you have?· How many years of Good Phone manner experience do you have?· How many years of Sales experience do you have?· Are you in Letterkenny, or based in County Donegal?To be considered for these exciting opportunities, please apply directly via this link or else email your CV and cover letter detailing your motivation, salary and previous (if any) recruitment/sales experience to [email protected] Vacancy: Donegal company seek Junior Pre-Sales Consultant/ Trainee Recruiter was last modified: October 1st, 2018 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:AudtINternationaldonegaljobrecruiterVacancylast_img read more

Job Vacancy: Leading Donegal company require Quality Technician

first_imgThe Nomadic Dairy Group currently have a vacancy for a full-time Quality TechnicianThe role involves ensuring that all products leaving the factory are safe for human consumption and are of the highest quality. Production operates on an 8 hour day and evening shift basis.Requirements for the role:- Degree in Food Science or a related subject1 to 2 years’ experience in a food industry Quality DepartmentGood knowledge of food safety standards and quality management systemsStrong understanding of BRC regulations and customer standardsMust have an interest in food and be self-motivated with an inquiring mindTo apply for this vacancy please forward an up-to-date C.V. and cover letter to The Human Resources Manager, Donegal Investment Group, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, email to [email protected] date for applications is Friday 19th April, 2019.Job Vacancy: Leading Donegal company require Quality Technician was last modified: April 2nd, 2019 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:jobNomadic DairiesQuality TechnicianVacancylast_img read more


first_imgIt’s not difficult giving some encouragement to young soccer stars of the future by telling them they could play for Man Utd on day.But when you have two such rising stars in the room and they both come from Donegal, then the coache’s job becomes a little easier. That was exactly the scenario as Letterkenny Rovers held a very successful end of season Schoolboys and Youth presentation function last night at the Station House Hotel Letterkenny.The special guest was Manchester United Academy goalkeeper Joe Coll who hails from Meenlaragh while also present was youth team player Ryan McConnell who is moving to join the Red Devils this very wekend.Speakers on the night were outgoing Letterkenny Town Mayor Cllr Gerry McMonagle and club Chariman Dessie Kelly. A special presentation was made to Ryan while a special thanks went to Diarmaid Doherty who was MC for the night.Below is the list of all prize winners as well as more pictures from what was a great night. UNDER-8’sJoint Top Goalscorers-Caolan Plumb and Dylan McMonagleMost Improved Player-Abraham HassanPlayer of the Year-Harry WinfieldUNDER-10 PUMASCup winners at Boals Goals competition Top Goalscorer-Sean McGinleyMost Improved Player-James GallagherPlayer of the Year-David BoyleUNDER-10 ROVERS Top Goalscorer-Nathan PlumbMost Improved Player-Jack GallagherPlayer of the Year-Ciaran MooreUNDER-12 CRUSADERSTop Goalscorer-Conor McKinneyMost Improved Player-Conor McMonaglePlayer of the Year-Kyle CanningUNDER-12 ROVERSJoint Top Goalscorer-Casper Clos and Anthony GallagherMost Improved Player-Conor FallPlayer of the Year-Alan StephensonUNDER-14Top Goalscorer-Kyle GormleyMost Improved Player-Kevin TrilliniPlayer of the Year-Shay DohertyUNDER-16 CRUSADERSTop Goalscorer-Dean KellyMost Improved Player-Aaron O’DonnellPlayer of the Year-JDUNDER-16 ROVERSTop Goalscorer-Kieran McPhearsonMost Improved Player-Liam BlaneyPlayer of the Year-Cormac CallaghanYOUTH TEAMTop Goalscorer-Odhran McMackenMost Improved Player-Kieran DohertyPlayer of the Year-Dale GormanMAN UTD’S RISING DONEGAL STARS ARE TOAST OF LETTERKENNY! was last modified: June 27th, 2012 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:Joe CollLetterkenny RoversMan UtdRyan McConnelllast_img read more