Tiffany James, last year’s World Under-20 400m champion, was an interested spectator at the JAAA Carifta Trials on Saturday, James, a six-time Carifta Games gold medal winner, isn’t looking back on her stellar junior career. She has her mind focused on competing with the ladies she respectfully calls ‘the big girls’.With junior meets reserved for those that are under 20 during the entire year of competition, James is looking ahead. “Well, I know a lot of people are expecting much from me so it’s just for me to stay focused, keep calm, put in some more work and get out there, because, you know; this time with the big girls, it’s going to be much harder but I’m confident.”Speaking with the assurance that perhaps comes from being a World champion, the Mico University college student athlete professed, “I’m willing to work and I’m ready.”She isn’t dismayed by the recent success Jamaica has enjoyed in the 400 and the 4x400m relay. Stephenie Ann McPherson led a Jamaican 1-2-3 at the 2014 Commonwealth Games, with Shericka Jackson taking bronze medals at both the 2015 World Championships and at the Olympics last year. The 4×400 team, including McPherson and Jackson, is the reigning World champion. In fact, James said, “It excites me to see that Jamaica is improving in the one-lap events.”Coached by 1983 World champion Bert Cameron, James is working to do well in her first senior season. “I have a lot of goals for 2017”, she informed. “A few are to run a personal best, of course, to be on that World Champion-ship team, the World University Games”, she enumerated as she watched the trials.FIRST TIMEJames set a personal best of 51.32 seconds to win her World title last year.She was pleased with her Gibson McCook Relays performance. Appraised that her 4x4x00 relay leg was timed in 52.8 seconds, she responded, “It’s the first time actually doing the one lap since the start of the season, so it felt great.””I’ll be running the 400 metres at the G.C. Foster Classic,” she revealed, “so let’s see how it goes.”The Mico University college did very well at the recent Gibson McCook Relays, especially in the 4×400 metres. James explained why, saying, “Well, I guess everybody is seeing and wants to come and everybody is willing to work.”Nobody knows Mico as a team that can win Intercol, or have somebody to win,” she continued, “but I don’t know if it is me, but I believe I started it and everybody is motivated and want to train, and that’s why we’re getting the results.”The Inter-collegiate Champ-ionships are set for April 7 and 8 at the National Stadium.
****Campa Samhraidh/Summer Camp – CL.G Chloich Cheann Fhaola******4ú – 8ú Iúil.Peil Gaelach, Sacair,Cispheil, Súilóidí Nadúra, Éalain,Cluichí agus cuid mhór imeachtaí eileAoiseanna: 7 – 12 .10.r.n – 3 i.nTáille: €30 páiste amháinBeirt Pháistí €50Triúir nó níos mo as an teaghlach amháin – €70T Léine san áireamh.Thuilleadh eolas ó Eibhlín ar 0863760815. 4th – 8th of July.10am-3 pmGaelic Football, Soccer, Basketball, Volley ball, Art, Nature Walks, Treasure Hunts and much more.Children between the ages of 7 to 12 years.Cost for one child is €30Two children €50Three or more from the one family €70.Free T-Shirt for each child.For more information contact Eibhlín on 0863760815***Seniors/Reserves***Our Seniors and reserves travel to Glencolumbkille to play Naomh Columba on Sunday, June 19th. Reserves 1:30 pm and seniors 3:00 pm. ***Club Lotto***Numbers drawn on Wednesday June 8th were 1 4 5 6 18 20! We had no match 6 winners so jackpot rises to €2,800! We had 2 match 5 winners (from 2 €5 quick picks!) who win €50 each- congratulations to Blaine Mulligan and John Callaghan!****County U-14 Girls***The U-14 county girls recently reached and competed in the Ulster Championship Final. Reaching the Ulster Final is a great achievement for these young dedicated girls. They were unfortunate to lose out in the final to a strong Cavan side; however they put in a strong performance from beginning to end. Our very own Helena Mcgee played an integral role in the U-14 set up and played a key role in the final. We wish to extend our congratulations to her and her team mates on such a great championship run! Good to see our ladies football is alive and well in Cloughaneely and that the club & parish have that representation at County level!!***U-14’s Boys*** Well done to our u-14 boys who had a great championship win over Letterkenny Gaels last week! They have one more game left which will be at home to Carndonagh- win that and they top their group! Keep an eye on our Facebook page for fixture details of the Carndonagh game!***U-14 Girls***Well done to our U-14 girls on winning the division 2A semi final at home v convoy on Saturday past!***Ulster Semi-Final Tickets*** Any club member wishing to order tickets for the Donegal V Monaghan Ulster Semi-Final, please give your name to Martin Duggan (086-3119186) as soon as possible.GAA NEWS: SUMMER CAMP FROM THE 4-8TH JULY was last modified: June 14th, 2016 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:CloughaneelyCLUB NOTESGAA
Harry Redknapp described running his wife over as a ‘nightmare’ during Sunday night’s episode of I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here.The football legend has already won plenty of fans over with his appearance in the Australian jungle, leaning out of a car window in the first episode. latest PAYBACK ‘I’ll get him’ – Robertson further endears himself to fans with revenge vow to Mane Redknapp was leaning out of a car window for much of the episode – to the delight of fans Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos BEST OF Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Nick hopped in the driver’s seat, leaving Harry to navigate and retrieve tokens from the orifice containing mud crabs and spiders.As the pair travelled, Harry said: “I used to think I was a good driver but I had a nightmare and ran over my wife one day. Most Popular Football Stories However, it was his recollection of a series of events which left his wife Sandra requiring surgery which got the nation talking.The former West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur boss accidentally ran over his wife’s foot in 2016 after not realising her foot was still stuck in his Range Rover.Mrs Redknapp was rushed to hospital following the incident, undergoing emergency surgery which thankfully proved to be successful.The incident was brought up on I’m A Celebrity during the Hell Holes task, which saw Harry team up with Nick Knowles to drive around in a jeep to collect tokens. revealed “She got out the car and I thought she’d crossed the road and I pulled forward and she fell into the road and a bus stopped literally yards away.“The most amazing part of the story probably, my grand-daughter is sitting on top of the bus and sees all of this. Unreal.” The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 “I’ve never seen I’m A Celebrity…” Harry’s got no idea what he’s let himself in for! 🙈 See more here: https://t.co/wK76SbbCBW #ImACeleb pic.twitter.com/UlB5J95lRy— I’m A Celebrity… (@imacelebrity) November 17, 2018Nick and Harry managed to complete the trial first over fellow campmates Fleur East and Anne Hegerty, meaning they had the first choice over the next set of teammates.The pair had a choice between Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson-Dwyer or Inbetweeners star Emily Atack, with Nick and Harry opting for Malique. Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ scrap LATEST Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update 2 Harry and his wife Sandra meet Prince Charles 2 gameday cracker