COMPETITION: Management at The Mount Errigal Hotel are giving ONE lucky family the chance to win a FREE family pass to meet and greet the cast of FROZEN!All you have to do is answer the following to be in with a chance of winning. What season does Olaf sing about in Frozen?Send your answers to email@example.comThe Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny is proud to host Sing-a-long-a Frozen on Tuesday December 29th as part of a national tour.It the first time the show tour and management are delighted that the mount Errigal is only one of three venues that will host Sing-a-long-a Frozen, when the unique, interactive screening of the worldwide phenomenon Frozen rolls into town as part of a nationwide UK tour. Singalonga Productions are delighted to announce that Disney’s Frozen is the new Singalonga must see! A screening of Disney’s Frozen with lyrics on screen to help you sing along with Elsa and Anna.The evening is introduced by a live host who will show you how to use your interactive prop bag and then just sit back and ‘Let it Go’! YOU the audience can be the stars!Remember to dress up as your favourite character and be a Snow Queen for the day or Olaf the snowman, the coolest iceman ever!Disney’s Frozen has taken the world by “snowstorm” and has become the biggest animated film in the world and fifth biggest film of all time.In this heart-warming tale, fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey, teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven, to find her sister Elsa whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter.Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. The Academy Award winning song “Let it Go”, which has now sold over 250,000 copies in the UK, will feature as part of Sing-a-long-a-Frozen, along with the rest of the platinum certified soundtrack making this sing-a-long one not to be missed.Sooooo ‘do you wanna build a snowman…..?’• TOUR DATES:Sing-a-long-a Frozen 12 noon at The Mount Errigal hotel Letterkenny ) on Tuesday 29th December 2015, Tickets on Sale : Saturday 14th March 2015.WIN FREE TICKETS TO MEET THE CAST OF FROZEN AT THE MOUNT ERRIGAL HOTEL was last modified: December 28th, 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:BusinessFeaturesnews
Manchester United will take on Ajax in the Europa League final on Wednesday, May 24 in Stockholm.You can listen to the game live on talkSPORT from 7pm as Jose Mourinho’s team attempt to end the season on a high and book a place in next term’s Champions League in the process.Here are all the stats and facts you need to know ahead of the big game…* This will be the first time since 2002 that a Dutch club has reached a UEFA Cup/Europa League final (Feyenoord); Manchester United are the third English side in five seasons to reach the final (Chelsea in 2013 and Liverpool in 2016).* Ajax and Manchester United have met four times before in European competition sharing two wins apiece (two games in the first round of the 1976/77 UEFA Cup and two legs in the round of 32 during the 2011/12 Europa League campaign).* This will be the third meeting between English and Dutch sides in a European final (also Spurs v Feyenoord in 1974, and Ipswich v AZ in 1981, both in the UEFA Cup).* Ajax are in their first European final since their penalty shoot-out defeat to Juventus during the 1995/96 Champions League campaign.* The Europa League final will be played exactly 22 years after Ajax claimed their last European trophy by beating Milan in the 1995 Champions League final; that game featured Justin Kluivert’s father, Patrick, and Daley Blind’s father, Danny.* The Dutch club have lifted the trophy in six of their last eight major European finals whilst the Red Devils have won four of their six; those two defeats coming in the most recent appearances however (2008/09 and 2010/11 Champions League finals versus Barcelona).* Manchester United have reached the final of the Europa League/UEFA Cup for the first time in their history.* The Red Devils have gone 10 matches unbeaten in this competition (W7 D3); conceding just four goals in that time.* This game will be the 56th official game for Ajax this season, a new club record for the Amsterdam side.* Ajax have lost two of their last three Europa League outings; letting in seven goals across that period.* Ajax have lost three of their last four matches played in the UEFA Cup/Europa League against English opposition (W1) whilst United have lost two of their last three in this competition versus Dutch clubs (W1).* Just two of the last 16 UEFA Cup/Europa League finals have been decided by a penalty shoot-out (Sevilla beating Espanyol on penalties in the 2006/07 edition and then doing the same to Benfica in the 2013/14 campaign); 10 have been won in 90 minutes with a further four being decided in extra-time.* There have been nine goals scored across the last two Europa League finals (an average of 4.5 per game).* José Mourinho has won all six meetings with Ajax as a manager; those previous matches have all come in the Champions League with Real Madrid.* Stockholm’s Friends Arena is hosting a UEFA club competition final for the very first time.* Marcus Rashford has been directly involved in each of Manchester United’s last four goals in the Europa League (two goals & two assists).* Hakim Ziyech has recorded four assists in his last three Europa League appearances for Ajax.* No player has recorded more shots on target this season in this competition than Bertrand Traoré (16); only Zenit’s Giuliano (14) has been directly involved in more goals this term than Traoré (8 – four goals and four assists).* Only Patrick Kluivert and Ton Blanker (both 7) have scored more goals than Kasper Dolberg (6) as a teenager for Ajax in European competition.* Amin Younes (73) has completed more dribbles in the Europa League this season than the next two best players combined (Paul Pogba, 37 and Bertrand Traoré, 31). Manchester United and Ajax will play for this glittering prize 1
huge blow Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions no dice REVEALED Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Klopp’s donation was generous The German accompanied his donation with the warm message: “You’ll Never Walk Alone Best Wishes, Jurgen Klopp”.Liverpool also announced their backing for the fund ahead of this weekend’s game at home to Cardiff. Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move MONEY The Reds supporter, who was set upon outside Anfield before the club’s Champions League semi-final tie with Roma last season, still cannot talk as a result of the vicious assault.A fund created to support the 53-year-old’s recovery has almost reached €50,000 – including €5,000 from Klopp himself. Volunteers from #LFC and @spiritofshankly are holding a bucket collection in support of Sean Cox ahead of #LIVCAR at Anfield.Donations can also be made to the Support Sean appeal online 👇https://t.co/0bzkHLma0Q— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 26, 2018The fixture will be dedicated to raising awareness of the appeal with collections, advertising and promotions all around Anfield on Saturday.Donations can be made to the Support Sean appeal here: https://www.gofundme.com/SupportSeanCox RANKED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade ADVICE LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS REVEALED 2 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade 2 BEST OF Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has given €5,000 of his own cash to aid the recovery of Reds fan Sean Cox.Cox suffered life-changing injuries after an attack by Roma fans which left him in a coma. Klopp’s contribution on the GoFundMe page Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card
Tags: AFCON Beach Soccer QualifiersSand Cranes The Sand Cranes technical stuff sharing a few ideas during one of the recent training sessions (photo by FUFA Media)Beach Soccer AFCON Qualifier-Build Up gameSand Cranes vs League Select Spenah Beach, Entebbe Thursday, 06-09-2018ENTEBBE – With just three days to the all-important AFCON 2018 1st leg qualifier against Ivory Coast, the Sand Cranes have lined up a buildup game.This will Head Coach Muwonge Salim Jamal’s first official game since he was confirmed in this position.Muwonge’e Sand Cranes will face a select side of players featuring in the National Beach Soccer League which will be handled by Coach of the year Issa Asiimwe- (Head Coach of Isabet Beach soccer club-reigning League Champions 2017/18).Ahead of the buildup match Muwonge noted that this game will be used to evaluate the team’s progress in terms of preparations.“We are having this match to assess how far we have reached in terms of preparations ahead of our AFCON Campaign Qualifier match against Ivory Coast, said Muwonge.“The game will help us identify points of weakness and see how we can improve plus perfecting on our strong areas especially in the goal scoring setup.The Sand Cranes will take on West Africans-Ivory Coast at Spenah Beach on Sunday in the 1st leg of the qualifiers.The finals tournament will take place in Egypt later this year.Players in camp:Goalkeepers:Kibirge Medi (Isabet), Lwamunda Nasser (Buganda Royal Institute) and Kalule Micheal (Nkumba University).Defenders:Lule Paul (Buganda Royal Institute), Katwe Allan (Nkumba University), Ochero Sulaiman (St. Lawrence University), Byaruhanga Rica (Isabet), Kimuli Thomas (Mutoola Beach Soccer Club), Muganga Douglas (MUBS).Midfielders:Kiggundu Swalley (St. Lawrence University), Magwari Ronald (Stomers), Kakwaya Swaibu (Isabet).Forwards:Lwesibawa Godfrey (Stomers), Wasswa Peter (Buganda Royal Institute), Ochen Ben (MUBS), Somoka Roch (C) (Isabet)Technical Team:Salim Jamal Muwonge – Head CoachSseguya Peter – Assistant CoachSsebaggala Tonny – Team CoordinatorSsekasanvu Julius – Kits manIthum Aduny Codian – Medical OfficerMutyaba Bashir – Technical DirectorOmaria Bosco – Media OfficerComments
Katwe United are taking part in their maiden campaign in the Big League. (PHOTO/Courtesy)FUFA Big League 2019/20Thursday, 17-10-2019-Katwe United 1-0 Light SS-Ndejje University 2-1 Nyamityobora-Paidha Black Angels 1-1 Kataka (Washed out in 39th minute)-Kiboga Young 0-1 MYDA-Water 1-2 Kigezi Home Boyz-Dove 0-1 UPDFKatwe United got off to a winning start in their maiden FUFA Big League campaign, in one of the six Big League games played on Thursday.The Allan Ssewanyana financed side who host their games at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo, defeated Light SS 1-0.Abdul Ssemwogerere penned his name in the Katwe United history books as he scored the only goal of the game, their first ever for the Tuli Banyivu side in the Big League.Ssemwogerere scored via a scotcher from 35 yards, seeing his effort bullet past Light SS custodian Joshua Okwaput in the 73rd minute of the game.Katwe who were the better side on the day, also struck the frame of the goal twice through Allan Tebusweke. The forward first struck the crossbar in the opening half before rattling the up-right late in the game.After the game, Katwe’s head coach Hassan Mubiru welcomed the victory and noted that he hopes this is a catalyst for better things to come in future.“The win against Light SS gave us a dream start to the campaign, noted Mubiru.“We hope this is a good foundation for us for the entire season and we will be looking to build on it for better results in the upcoming games.”In the game played in Luwero, Ndejje University defeated Nyamityobra FC in the biggest fixture of the day.Both sides were embracing their return to the second tier having been relegated from the Uganda Premier League last season.In the other games, Dove lost 1-0 to UPDF at Katushabe playgrounds with Denis Ssekitoleko scored the only goal of the game, Kiboga Younga were 1-0 victors away to Kiboga Young while Kigezi Home Boys beat Water 2-1.The game between Paidha Black Angels and Katata FC was washed out in the 39th minute by heavy downpour with the scored locked at 1-1.In the upcoming fixtures, Dove All Stars host Bukedea TC at the Borokoro Stadium while New Villa are away to Kitara in Hoima.Comments Tags: Abdul SsemwogerereFUFA Big League 2019/20Katwe UnitedLight SSndejje universityNyamityobora FC
Cloughaneely Golf Club is a 9 Hole Parkland Course located near Falcarragh, offering great value, excellent greens and an excellent test of golf.All visitors are welcome to come to check out the golf course with a variety of different competitions, with the Cloughaneely Golf Club 2019 Open Week running from Tuesday 16th to Sunday 21st July.These are Open to Ladies and Gents with GUI or ILGU handicaps. Cumann Gailf Chloich Cheann Fhaola would like to thank all our generous sponsors: Gweedore Bar, Boyces Centra Falcarragh, Óstán Loch Altan, Sharkey’s Waste, Letterkenny Driving Range, Lafferty’s Supermarket Creeslough, Jimi Gallagher PGA Letterkenny and McClafferty’s Eurospar Gortahork. Please support our sponsors.The Open Week kicks off on Tuesday 16th July with a 3 Ball Scramble.The entry fee is €8 Members and €12 for Visitors.Please book a tee time by calling 074 9165416 or on http://www.cloughaneelygolfclub.ie/book-a-tee-time/ Cloughaneely Golf Club, in Falcarragh, was officially opened in 1996. This beautiful parkland nine-hole course is situated in the rolling meadows of the 17th John Olphert Landlord Estate which in later years was known as the grounds of Holy Cross College.The challenging par 70 course is a test for any golfer’s handicap and at the same time offers plenty of scope for the beginner.Green Fees are very reasonable priced at €15pp midweek and €20pp at weekends with great tee time availability.Is caitheamh aimsire é an galf a imrítear go laethúil, agus is lárionad é Cumann Gailf Chloich Cheann Fhaola don phobal Gaeltachta seo, chomh maith le bheith ina bhuntáiste mór don cheantar ó thaobh turasóireachta agus áiseanna de.Tá spiorad ar dóigh sa chlub seo agus tá muid iontach, iontach gníomhach leis an chlub a chur chun cinn. Chomh maith leis sin, bíonn go leor Gaeilge á labhairt sa chlub achan lá agus baill ag teacht chugainn ó roinnt de na bailte fearainn is láidre sa tír ó thaobh na Gaeilge de. Next time you are in the North West Donegal come visit us and enjoy our lush fairways, undulating greens and superb local scenery.Beidh fáilte romhat go Cumann Gailf Chloich Cheann Fhaola.Take a look at the course in all its glory below!Cloughaneely Golf Club: Full details as Open Week prepares to get underway was last modified: July 15th, 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)
Thinking Schools SA is revolutioninsing the way children are taught in school. The NPO calls for an approach that encourages learners to think more creatively and critically. (Images and Videos: Thinking Schools SA)Schools in South Africa assess learners through a standardised testing method. But many educational professionals are calling for an overhaul of the current system. They believe the focus should rather be on a more creative approach that encourages critical thinking.One of these organisations isThinking Schools South Africa (TSSA), a non-profit organisation that helps schools to transform the way they teach and learn through encouraging learners to think critically. It is backed by one of South Africa’s most well-known education commentators, Professor Jonathan Jansen.TSSA was established in 2011 after attendees at the International Association for Cognitive Education in Southern Africa conference, held in Cape Town, agreed to start an NPO that focused on the concept of thinking schools.Rector and vice-chancellor of the University of the Free State, Professor Jonathan Jansen, supports TSSA’s approach to learning.It works with management and teachers to develop whole school thinking approaches and languages. It believes that critical thinking is not something teachers are explicitly trained to do and that the curriculum does not demand it. Instead, schools assess learners on how well they recall content. This results in graduates who are not able to think critically.TSSA implements thinking skills in schools by integrating critical thinking into the curriculum and making it a core part of how teaching and learning takes place.Watch these videos to learn more about TSSA:Learners gave their feedback on TSSA’s creative thinking approach.Director of the Discover Centre for Health Journalism at Rhodes University, Professor Harry Dugmore, tells TSSA what tertiary institutions look for in students.Have you played your part to build a better South Africa for all? Then share your story with us.
Let’s take a look at some creative and affordable options into finding, purchasing, and utilizing vintage lenses in your film and video projects.I recently went to a filmmaker meetup in Austin, Texas, to chat and hang out with some other videographers, documentarians, and film professionals. I’d been several times before, but was looking forward to this meetup because many of us were planning to bring our cameras and share our go-to lenses, gear, and favorite build-outs.While it was cool to try out some different rigs and talk shop with how others had problem-solved many of the same camera and lens issues (for their unique production experiences), one of the most intriguing aspects about the event was checking out everyone’s go-to lenses.And a surprising amount of those lenses were vintage.Now, I’ve shot on vintage lenses several times. However, I don’t own any myself. But to hear everyone talk, more often than not their prize lens possession was a cool vintage lens they either found in an attic, was handed down to them by a parent or grandparent, or was purchased at a thrift shop. Several others were purchased on Ebay or online elsewhere, but the majority of the videographers had a lens with some personal significance.For those who have a vintage lens in their possession, or for those looking to get one of their own, here are some of the best places and resources for finding and purchasing vintage lenses, as well as tips on how to work with them once you have one.Mom and Pop Camera StoresIf I could suggest one place every video professional should look first for vintage lenses (or cameras, gear, etc.), it’d have to be your local mom and pop camera store. These shops are constantly in danger of closing down — many have already shut their doors for good. Not only should you do your duty to support these shops while they’re still around, they actually can be treasure troves for vintage lenses, which you’d be hard pressed to find anywhere else.Sure, there might be a mark up as compared to buying online (more on that below), but you’re also getting both the convenience of walking out the door with your purchase, as well as a chance to try out your vintage lens on your camera(s) of choice. You can also spend time chatting with your resident video expert about the vintage lenses, find out more info about when and where they came from, and even advice on how this equipment might help you on your next shoot.Online and Marketplace OptionsImage by bogdandimages.Yet, for many, there are no mom and pop stores around the corner anymore. So, purchasing a vintage lens online might be your best — and only — option. There are drawbacks to finding vintage lenses online, namely that you can’t test them out on your camera or rig right away.But, if you’re patient and are willing to check back often — especially on the online auction sites — and consider making returns, you can find some quality and rare vintage lenses. Here are some different online options.Mainstream Options:EbayAmazonB&HIndustry Options:LensAuthorityKehUsedPhotoProMarketplace Options:CraigslistFacebook MarketplaceShopGoodwill Your Family’s Attic or GarageAs a result of the previously mentioned filmmaker meetup, four out of five filmmakers must apparently have filmmaking relatives with stockpiles of vintage lenses — and in some cases cameras — stashed away in attics and garages.Personally, all I’ve ever found from my parents is an old camcorder from the ‘90s, but if you do have parents or grandparents who shot amateur photography (or better yet, videography) in their youth, you might be lucky enough to stumble upon some vintage hand-me-downs that not only have their own unique bokeh and stylings, but also some cool personal stories, as well.Thrift Stores and Estate SalesImage by vetkit.Similarly, for every filmmaker heir out there, there has to be countless other attics and garages where vintage lenses are burdened upon uninterested parties, who would just as soon sell or get rid of their vintage lenses — often for bargain prices.If you consider yourself a seasoned thrifter, hitting up used goods and thrift stores can be a fun Saturday afternoon activity — diving through electronics bins looking for vintage finds. You can also make the morning rounds of estate sales at houses in affluent neighborhoods, in search of vintage lenses there, as well.Lens Mounts and AdaptersUnless you’re searching for vintage lenses to go with your vintage 16mm film camera, you’re probably going to need to research and invest in lens mounts or adapters. Here’s a good article on working with vintage lenses on modern cameras, as well as a good resource for finding the right lens adapter for you.Cover image by tomertu.For more tips and insights into working with vintage camera lenses, check out some of these articles below.Should You Use Vintage Lenses on Your Next Project?Explore the Ultimate Vintage Lens Library10 Things to Know About Shooting with Vintage LensesGear Basics: Is Filming with a Pancake Lens a Viable Option?Using Vintage Film Lenses on Micro 4/3 Cameras
Rifleman Jaidrath Singh of the Rajput Rifles Regiment, who was killed on Friday in unprovoked firing by Pakistan across the LoC in a ceasefire violation in Jammu and Kashmir, was supposed to be with his wife Mamta in two weeks.The 28-year-old solider belonged to Bhagwanpur village in Deoband area of Saharanpur district in Uttar Pradesh. The news of his martyrdom has shattered his family and fellow villagers.According to Jaidrath’s younger brother Sahdev, who is also a rifleman with the Rajput Rifles Regiment, the unit of the (RRR) in which he was posted, was transferred to Jaipur last month. But after the terror attack on Amarnath pilgrims, the unit was asked to stay for another month.Passionate soldier“My brother was a passionate and brave solider who never was scared of facing biggest challenges. He had joined Army when he was just 19. So, when he was told that the transfer of his unit will be delayed by a month he happily informed us about that,” said Sahdev, who joined the RRR in 2010.Sahdev told The Hindu that when he got the call from Jammu and Kashmir that Jaidrath was no more, he could not believe it. “We are proud that son of this soil sacrificed his life to defend the country. But at the same time the pain of seeing him leave, is too much to bear for us,” he added.Rifleman Jaidrath Singh’s body is expected to reach his village on Saturday evening and he is to be cremated on Sunday. His family has demanded that Chief Minister Adityanath visit Bhagwanpur and announce development works.