You can’t whiff on your Week 16 fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions. We can’t whiff on our Week 16 fantasy lineup advice. So, let’s nail this thing together, win some fantasy football championships (or NFL DFS cash), and have a wonderful Christmas. Once again, injuries will play a role in the lineups you put out there for your fantasy title game. The top players to watch include Dalvin Cook (shoulder), Chris Godwin (hamstring), Mike Evans (hamstring), JuJu Smith-Schuster (knee), Evan Engram (Foot), DJ Chark (ankle), Nelson Agholor (knee), Greg Olsen (concussion), Gerald Everett (knee), Jordan Howard (shoulder), Damien Williams (ribs), and Kerryon Johnson (knee). WEEK 16 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerFantasy Football Week 16 Start ‘Em: QuarterbacksRegular startsPatrick Mahomes, Chiefs (at CHI), Lamar Jackson, Ravens (at CLE), Deshaun Watson, Texans (at TB), Russell Wilson, Seahawks (vs. ARI), Drew Brees, Saints (at TEN), Dak Prescott, Cowboys (at PHI), Aaron Rodgers, Packers (at MIN)Stronger startsRyan Tannehill, Titans (vs. NO). Whether he does it with passing or running, he’s been a consistent multiple-TD machine since taking over. He’ll find a way to make some key plays again, although his ceiling might be lower given how the Saints are playing.Matt Ryan, Falcons (vs. JAX). He’s at home with a red-hot Julio and other strong weapons minus Calvin Ridley, and the Jaguars’ defense isn’t that scary.Kyler Murray, Cardinals (at SEA). He should need to throw a ton and maybe run plenty, too, and the Seahawks’ pass defense is really hurting.Philip Rivers, Chargers (vs. OAK). He melted down in the first matchup on the road, but the Raiders’ reeling pass defense has gotten a lot worse since.Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins (vs. CIN). It’s yet another revenge game, and even though the Bengals’ pass defense has been better, he can get you pleasing streaming digits from both gunslinging and running.DFS bargainsDrew Lock, Broncos (vs. DET, $5,600 on DraftKings, $7,300 on FanDuel). Lock isn’t afraid to throw downfield and has pretty good weapons who can get deep. He faces a Lions defense back home that gave up big play after big play last week.Dwayne Haskins, Redskins (vs. NYG, $4,700 on DraftKings, $7,000 on FanDuel). This is as low you can go for a starter, save for yet another rookie, Will Grier, making his first start. Haskins looked pretty good against the Eagles, and this matchup at home is even better.Deep streamersGardner Minshew, Jaguars (at ATL), Andy Dalton, Bengals (at MIA)WEEK 16 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endFantasy Football Week 16 Sit ‘Em: QuarterbacksWeaker startsCarson Wentz, Eagles (vs. DAL). The Cowboys’ pass defense has been up-and-down, but the Eagles need to lean more on the run again to protect their defense, giving him a limited ceiling after struggling badly in the first meeting.Kirk Cousins, Vikings (vs. GB). Although being at home helps after the bad first game against this good pass defense, you can’t trust his volume to come through.Baker Mayfield, Browns (vs. BAL). The Browns won the first meeting, but the Ravens’ pass defense is a lot better now.Sam Darnold, Jets (vs. PIT). He did OK against a AFC North nasty defense last week, but he won’t even do that well this time around.Deep trapsJacoby Brissett, Colts (vs. CAR), Mitchell Trubisky, Bears (vs. KC)WEEK 16 DFS LINEUPS:FD Cash | FD GPP | DK Cash | DK GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPFantasy Football Week 16 Start ‘Em: Running backsRegular startsChristian McCaffrey, Panthers (at IND), Dalvin Cook, Vikings (if he plays, or Alexander Mattison, or Mike Boone, vs. GB), Saquon Barkley, Giants (at WAS), Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys (at PHI), Aaron Jones, Packers (at MIN), Derrick Henry, Titans (vs. NO), Leonard Fournette, Jaguars (at ATL), Alvin Kamara, Saints (at TEN), Nick Chubb, Browns (vs. BAL), Le’Veon Bell, Jets (vs. PIT), Mark Ingram, Ravens (at CLE), Todd Gurley, Rams (at SF), Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler, Chargers (vs. OAK), Chris Carson, Seahawks (vs. ARI), Joe Mixon, Bengals (at MIA), Josh Jacobs, Raiders (at LAC)Stronger startsMarlon Mack, Colts (vs. CAR). Forget what you saw against the Buccaneers and Saints. He’s finally facing a sieve of an NFC South run defense — at home, to boot.Miles Sanders, Eagles (vs. DAL). The rookie from Penn State is now the focal point of the offense and that won’t change, either via running or short receiving, against the Cowboys. Boston Scott is usable in deep PPR leagues as a FLEX.Kenyan Drake, Cardinals (vs. SEA). So much for less volume. He won’t duplicate the four-TD bomb as a RB1, but he can be a high-floor RB2 against a banged-up defense with Bobby Wagner (ankle) among the hurting.Devonta Freeman, Falcons (vs. JAX). The Jaguars are very soft in the middle with a bad replacement-level linebacker corps, and the Falcons will feed him plenty.Tarik Cohen, Bears (vs. KC). He’s the third option in their pass-happy approach, and the Chiefs’ linebackers can’t cover him. He’s a sneaky good PPR play.DFS bargainsPhillip Lindsay, Broncos (vs. DET, $5,300 on DraftKings, $6,300 on FanDuel). The game flow didn’t allow him to get a good workload in the snow in Kansas City in a good matchup. This is another strong one, only with great chance of Denver playing with a lead for most of the game.Adrian Peterson, Redskins (vs. NYG, $5,000 on DraftKings, $6,500 on FanDuel). Old Man All Day has been remarkable with his youthful burst, and he has a coach in Bill Callahan who loves him and wants to keep feeding him. Expect 20 more touches in a fine matchup.SATURDAY DFS: DraftKings main slate lineup | Showdown lineupsFantasy Football Week 16 Sit ‘Em: Running backsWeaker startsJames Conner, Steelers (at NYJ). He looked OK, but not great, in his return from shoulder injury against the Bills, despite the receiving TD. The Jets are very stingy against backs and more vulnerable against wideouts.Kareem Hunt, Browns (vs. BAL). Chubb stays in after what he did against the Ravens the first time, but they are good at covering backs in the passing game.David Montgomery, Bears (vs. KC). The Chiefs can be leaky against the run, but he’s game-script dependent and this more screams checkdowns for Cohen in trail mode.Latavius Murray, Saints (at TEN). Given Kamara isn’t putting up great numbers with volume and not scoring, you can’t go here in a big week.All Chiefs, all Lions, all Dolphins. On Dancer, On Prancer, On Donner, On Blitzen. There’s no way you should trust any of this is any capacity with everything on the line.MORE WEEK 16 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderFantasy Football Week 16 Start ‘Em: Wide receiversRegular startsDeAndre Hopkins, Texans (at TB), Michael Thomas, Saints (at TEN), Tyreek Hill, Chiefs (at CHI), Davante Adams, Packers (at MIN), Julio Jones, Falcons (vs. JAX), Keenan Allen, Chargers (vs. OAK), Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, Vikings (vs. GB), Tyler Lockett, Seahawks (vs. ARI), Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup, Cowboys (at PHI), Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry, Browns (vs. BAL), Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, Rams (at SF), Allen Robinson, Bears (vs. KC), D.J. Moore, Panthers (at IND), Julian Edelman, Patriots (vs. BUF), Courtland Sutton, Broncos (vs. DET), DeVante Parker, Dolphins (vs. CIN), D.J. Chark, Jaguars (if he returns, at ATL)Stronger startsTerry McLaurin, Redskins (vs. NYG). He’s back to being scary as his old Ohio State QB is locked into him.Tyler Boyd, Bengals (at MIA). The Dolphins cannot cover him in the slot.DK Metcalf, Seahawks (vs. ARI). The Cardinals get burned by big speedy outside wideouts all the time.T.Y. Hilton, Colts (vs. CAR). He’s a sneaky play in his second game back, as the Colts will get him in position to roast Donte Jackson at home.Darius Slayton, Golden Tate and Sterling Shepard, Giants (at WAS). All three produced against the Dolphins and this matchup is easier, and New York is bound to throw more here with either Eli Manning or Daniel Jones.James Washington, Steelers (at NYJ). Duck Hodges remains the QB, and he prefers the red-hot Washington downfield.Dede Westbrook, Jaguars (at ATL). The Falcons can be ripped apart by good slot receivers with limited cornerback depth.DFS BargainsMike Williams, Chargers (vs. OAK, $5,000 on DraftKings, $6,500 on FanDuel). He’s suddenly found the end zone in making big plays in consecutive weeks. The Raiders’ secondary stinks, so take advantage of his price staying low for a second straight game.Curtis Samuel, Panthers (at IND, $4,500 on DraftKings, $6,000 on FanDuel). Grier is an aggressive thrower, and the Colts’ secondary is a mess right now. He should take several shots at Samuel deep and some will come through.Greg Ward, Eagles (vs. DAL, $4,200 on DraftKings, $5,700 on FanDuel). This is scraping the bottom of the barrel for the most viable play. The former college QB can you get decent return in a cash game and allow you load up elsewhere.Deep sleepersDiontae Johnson, Steelers (at NYJ), Kenny Stills, Texans (vs. TB), Corey Davis, Titans (vs. NO)MORE WEEK 16: Waiver pickups | FAAB planning | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff tipsFantasy Football Week 16 Sit ‘Em: Wide receiversWeaker startsA.J. Brown, Titans (vs. NO). Brown is clearly Tennessee’s No. 1 after his late rookie breakout. That should make him the marked man for the Saints’ secondary, and that means plenty of Marshon Lattlimore, a tough draw for an inexperienced route runner.Kenny Golladay, Lions (at DEN). He will see either double-teams or Chris Harris Jr. with a struggling rookie QB. No thanks.Anthony Miller, Bears (vs. KC). The Chiefs also are very good in the back end, so you can’t extend to him after Robinson.Christian Kirk, Cardinals (at SEA). You can’t trust him with a chance to see a good chunk of Shaquill Griffin.Robby Anderson and Jamison Crowder, Jets (vs. PIT). They shocked us with production against the Ravens. That doesn’t happen again against Joe Haden, Stephen Nelson and Minkah Fitzpatrick.Tyrell Williams, Raiders (at LAC). Good night and good luck against his former teammate Casey Hayward.Marquise Brown, Ravens (at CLE). His volume remains low, and the Ravens should go run-happy on the Browns.Fantasy Football Week 16 Start ‘Em: Tight endsRegular startsGeorge Kittle, 49ers (vs. LAR), Travis Kelce, Chiefs (at CHI), Darren Waller, Raiders (at LAC), Zach Ertz, Eagles (vs. DAL), Hunter Henry, Chargers (vs. OAK), Austin Hooper, Falcons (vs. JAX), Jared Cook, Saints (at TEN), Mark Andrews, Ravens (at CLE)Stronger startsJacob Hollister, Seahawks (vs. ARI). Will Dissly did the damage against the league’s worst tight end defense in the first game. Now it’s his turn at home with no Josh Gordon.Dallas Goedert, Eagles (vs. DAL). He will do some decent PPR damage as a glorified wide receiver.Kyle Rudolph, Vikings (vs. GB). The Packers have had tight end issues of late, so he can easily score at home again.Greg Olsen, Panthers (vs. IND). He likely wants to end his career on a high note, and the Colts cannot cover him.DFS BargainNoah Fant, Broncos (vs. DET, $3,700 on DraftKings, $5,900 on FanDuel). Fant is feeling it downfield with fellow rookie Lock, and they make for a nice alternative tournament stack. The Lions can’t cover anything in the deep middle, either.Fantasy Football Week 16 Sit ‘Em: Tight endsWeaker startsJack Doyle, Colts (vs. CAR). The Panthers still cover the position well even though they struggle against running backs and wide receivers.Jonnu Smith, Titans (vs. NO). The Saints are good against tight ends with their safety play, and he’s still in a committee.Jason Witten, Cowboys (vs. PHI). Sentiment aside, you’re purely rolling the dice on a TD here.Mike Gesicki, Dolphins (vs. CIN). The matchup isn’t as good as you think it is, and you can’t trust him getting the ball.Tyler Eifert, Bengals (at MIA). The matchup isn’t as good as you think it is, and you can’t trust him getting the ball.Fantasy Football Week 16 Start ‘Em: DefensesStronger startsPatriots (vs. BUF), Ravens (at CLE), Steelers (at NYJ), Broncos (vs. DET), Chiefs (at CHI), Seahawks (vs. ARI), Falcons (vs. JAX), Bills (at NE), Chargers (vs. OAK), Colts (vs. CAR)DFS Bargain Dolphins (vs. CIN, $2,900 on DraftKings, $4,000 on FanDuel)Fantasy Football Week 16 Sit ‘Em: DefensesWeaker startsVikings (vs. GB), Giants (at WAS), Texans (at TB), Jets (vs. PIT), Rams (at SF), Packers (at MIN), Eagles (vs. DAL), Bears (vs. KC), Titans (vs. NO), Saints (at TEN), Cowboys (at PHI)
CLASSY HARD NOT TO LOVE BIDS FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE WIN AS SHE HEADS SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $200,000 SANTA MONICA STAKES AT SEVEN FURLONGS ONE-EYED FILLY COMES OFF GRADE I WIN AND SEEKS HER FIFTH VICTORY FROM SIX CAREER STARTSARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 12, 2020)–Extremely talented but equipped with just one eye due to a paddock mishap as a youngster, Hard Not to Love heads a field of five older fillies and mares going seven furlongs in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Santa Monica Stakes at Santa Anita.Fresh off the best race of her career, a powerful 2 ¼ length win in the Grade I La Brea Stakes at seven furlongs here on Dec. 28, the John Shirreffs-conditioned Hard Not to Love, who due to her sight impairment has proven a handful in both the mornings and afternoons, has won four out of her five starts and seeks her third win in a row on Saturday with Mike Smith aboard.Bob Baffert’s Mother Mother and the Richard Baltas-trained Lady Ninja ran one-two in the 6 ½ furlong Kalookan Queen Stakes on Jan. 12 and both rate legitimate upset chances at seven furlongs.HARD NOT TO LOVEOwner: Mercedes Stables, LLC, West Point Thoroughbreds, Scott Dilworth, Dorothy Ingordo, David Ingordo & Steve MooneyTrainer: John ShirreffsIn what according to Shirreffs, was a testament to the horsemanship of Mike Smith, Hard Not to Love, a 4-year-old Ontario Canadian-bred filly by Hard Spun, who had been unsettled in the post parade, made a last to first run in the La Brea that was nothing short of tremendous. “Mike has really made a difference with her,” said Shirreffs. “When he made the decision to ride her (two starts back in a six furlong allowance Oct. 25), he put his reputation as a horseman on the line. I think that made this even more special.” With a solid work tab to her credit since the La Brea win, Hard Not to Love figures to be a short price in the Santa Monica, quirks and all.MOTHER MOTHEROwner: Old Bones Racing Stable, LLC, Barry Hall, Barry Lipman & Mark MathiesenTrainer: Bob BaffertThe leading money earner in the field with $363,061, she comes off a solid 1 ¼ length win over Lady Ninja in the Kalookan Queen and although multiple Grade I stakes placed, she seeks her first graded stakes victory in the Santa Monica. Ridden by Joel Rosario in her last two starts, which included a third place finish, beaten 3 ¼ lengths by Hard Not to Love in the Grade I La Brea Dec. 28, Mother Mother will be ridden for the first time by Flavien Prat. Close to the early pace in both of her most recent races, she can be counted on to employ similar tactics on Saturday. A 4-year-old Kentucky-bred daughter of Pioneerof the Nile, Mother Mother has three seconds and a third from five starts at seven furlongs and is 10-3-3-2 overall.LADY NINJAOwner: Harry Bederian, Harout Kamberian & Hagop NakkashianTrainer: Richard BaltasA 6-year-old mare by Majesticperfection, she went head and head for the lead in the Kalookan Queen, took control turning for home and tired late to be second, beaten 1 ¼ lengths in a game effort here on Jan. 12. Ridden by Prat last time, she’ll get the first-time services of Abel Cedillo in the Santa Monica, which will be her second try at seven furlongs. Off at 2-1 in the Kalookan Queen, she was a well beaten eighth at 22-1 two starts back in the Grade I, seven furlong Breeders’ Cup Filly Mare Sprint here on Nov. 2. A nose winner of the Grade III, 6 ½ furlong LA Woman Stakes three starts back Oct. 5, Lady Ninja seeks her second graded stakes win in what will be her 25th career start.THE GRADE II SANTA MONICA STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 8 of 9 Approximate post time 4 p.m. PTRoad Rager–Aaron Gryder–120Zusha–Tiago Pereira–120Lady Ninja–Abel Cedillo–122Hard Not to Love–Mike Smith–124Mother Mother–Flavien Prat–120First post time for a nine-race card on Saturday is at 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Just a week removed from its first win, GlobalPort continued to show it’s more than just a one trick pony after humbling Blackwater, 101-76, for its second straight win Friday in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup at Cuneta Astrodome.ADVERTISEMENT Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson SBP targets bigger audience, brings Fiba 3×3 World Cup to PH Arena More than the stellar offensive outburst, Jarencio celebrated the way the team has been playing defense as GlobalPort once again held the opposition below 80 points.“We hit our target, which is to hold them to 80 points below. That’s always been our target,” he said. “We just told the players that they have to play good defense all the way and this is the result of that.”Mac Belo carried the load for Blackwater with 17 points, seven rebounds, and two assists, but his efforts went down the drain as the Elite succumbed to their second straight defeat and fell to a 2-3 record.ADVERTISEMENT The Batang Pier blew the game wide open with a big second quarter surge then led by as as high 31 points numerous times in the fourth frame and never let the Elite come within 20 points.After Globalport nailed 11 of 17 attempts from three in the first half, it was it easy for the boys of coach Pido Jarencio to come away with their second straight victory and level their record at 2-2.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSean Anthony shot 6-of-10 from downtown en route to a 22-point performance, all but one coming in the first half, that went with seven rebounds, five assists, and two steals.Stanley Pringle also added 17 markers, 11 boards, and five dimes, while Kelly Nabong got 16 points, six rebounds, and four assists for Batang Pier, who shot a 13-of-29 from three in total. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
A Co Donegal-headquartered technology company has been acquired by Silicon Valley-based Druva Software for an undisclosed sum.CloudRanger is an enterprise back-up and disaster recovery solution provider for Amazon Web Services (AWS), the world’s largest cloud platform.The Letterkenny-based company, which employs 13 people, was established by Dave Gildea in 2013. The start-up has more than 300 customers including HP, NASCAR and MetLife and it has experienced 300% growth in revenues over the last 12 months. CloudRanger last year completed a $1.1 million (€942,500 )seed round, with investments from Enterprise Ireland and several private investors in both the US and here.The company was named start-up company of the year at the Irish tech excellence awards in 2017. It was also recognised as an AWS hot start-up byAmazon last year.CloudRanger’s flagship product provides visual server management, automated scheduling and backups for enhanced disaster recovery and business continuity.Druva, which provides data protection and governance solutions for public and private clouds in an enterprise, last year secured $80 million in late-stage financing to bring its total market funding to $200 million. The company employs 400 people and it has more than 4,000 customers worldwide, including Shire, PwC, Cabot, Coty and Allergan.“This is an important step in achieving our vision to provide a solution that addresses the challenges our customers face as part of the very real and necessary journey of moving workloads to the cloud,” said Jaspreet Singh, Druva’s founder and chief executive.“With CloudRanger, we provide a holistic end-to-end solution that builds a bridge between data management for traditional and modern cloud infrastructures that customers are seeking. Both CloudRanger and Druva employ a cloud-native architecture that allows us to immediately integrate and enhance what is already an industry-leading, unified platform for backup and disaster recovery for our customers,” he added.Letterkenny IT company snapped up by Silicon Valley giant was last modified: June 6th, 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:Clud RangerCoLabDruva Softwareitpurchased
BREAKING NEWS: NAOMH Conaill have nominated a Tyrone man to be the next manager of the Donegal Senior Football team.The Glenties club have put forward the name of their former manager Cathal Corey to take the county manager’s role.Mr Corey, a father of three who works as a sales rep for a national stove company, was the joint manager of Naomh Conaill with Jim McGuinness in 2009. The coach – nephew of Derry manager Brian McIvor – took the club to the county title and an Ulster final against Crossmaglen in 2010.He is highly respected in the game, and in particular by Jim McGuinness.Up until now former Donegal No2 Rory Gallagher was being seen as the front runner for the position but Corey’s nomination is being seen as an ‘exciting’ development.His dedication to Donegal could be seen in an AIB promotional video taken on the day of the All-Ireland Final last month when he refused cash for his club in return for tearing up his match ticket. But he said he felt duped afterwards after the video appeared to show him rejecting the money.He said he was offered just €500, not €2,000, and that the video left out his offer to make the donation himself.He said he received abusive messages afterwards.“I said to him: look, I don’t have much money, but I’ll give my club €500 out of my own money, but I want to go see the match here today,” said Corey at the time, saying he was personal friends with McGuinness, Leo McLoone and the Thompson brothers.“They were friends of mine, and I wanted to go to that match. Leon Thompson offered me the tickets – they were their tickets they got for their family and good friends, and I didn’t want to miss the game.” But instead, he said the video (below) seemed to show him rejecting €2,000 for his Tyrone club so he can see Donegal play.Cathal said he thought nothing more of it until the following Tuesday, when he received a text message from a friend telling him he was right not to rip up his ticket. He had not seen the video that that point.“The second that I watched it and seen them giving your man a cheque for €2,000 I knew … the way people were going to be.”“It made it look like they had offered me and the other four or five people €2,000 – but that wasn’t the case. I knew I was going to get s***.” NAOMH CONAILL NOMINATE FORMER McGUINNESS COACH FOR COUNTY MANAGER’S JOB was last modified: October 17th, 2014 by John2Share 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:Cathal CoreydonegalGlentiesJim McGuinnessManagerNaomh Conaill
Junior Chamber International Ireland (JCI) have decided to start a new JCI branch in Donegal.On Thursday the 16th of January in the Radisson Blu Hotel at 7.30pm there will be a launch for JCI Donegal. JCI is a place where young leaders and entrepreneurs meet, learn and grow.JCI Donegal is seeking young people in their 20’s and 30’s who are dynamic and enthusiastic, motivated and interested in increasing their exploitable skills set. Members come from all walks of life; from university students to corporate executives, from self employed professionals and business people to employees of multinationals or state organisations, but all share a common goal in terms of self improvement and contribution to society.Derek Reilly National President of JCI Ireland commented “We wanted to expand JCI into many different counties. Donegal was an obvious choice as it has a wealth of young motivated people who I know could make a great contribution to JCI.“Getting involved with JCI offers an ideal opportunity for individuals to expand both their personal and professional networks, to get involved and give something back to the community, to have fun and to develop the skills to help them in their personal and professional life. I would urge young people in Donegal to get involved as JCI can bring many great opportunities to them.”Getting involved with JCI offers an ideal opportunity for individuals to expand both their personal and professional networks, to get involved and give something back to the community, to have fun and to develop the skills to help them in their personal and professional life. Along with a wide variety of projects and training opportunities, JCI offer a wide variety of training programmes that members can avail of. Recent examples include public speaking and debating, sales training, interviewing techniques and time management seminars among others.This is complemented by an array of social events including bowling, barbecues, quiz nights, ballroom dancing, surfing and photography classes, so there’s something for almost anyone.So if you are between 18 and 40 and feel you would like to get involved in JCI in Donegal come along to the launch night in the Radisson on the 16th. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 086-6839709. You can also find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter by just searching for JCI Donegal. JUNIOR CHAMBER CALLS ON YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS ACROSS DONEGAL was last modified: January 10th, 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)
Donegal County Council has yet to receive more than €160,000 in unpaid parking fines over the last two years to date, it has emerged. Figures obtained by Donegal Daily under the Freedom of Information Act show the local authority is yet to receive money owed for more than 2000 unpaid parking tickets in the county.Between 2018 and 2019 (to date) 2,135 ticket fines were issued and unpaid within Donegal amounting to a total of €162,160. Once a fixed charge notice is issued, payments are expected to be made within 28 days with fines ranging between €40 – €150 for offences such as fixed charge offences, non-display of tax disc or for the illegal parking in a disabled bayIf payment is not received within 28 days, the fixed charge amount will increase by 50% and payment should be made within a further period of 28 days.In cases where parking fines remain unpaid, the local authority ordinarily initiates court proceedings against the registered owner.Thousands of cases come before the district court every year relating to the non-payment of fines. In its response to the FOI request, a council spokesperson said that “every effort is made to pursue all outstanding fixed charge notices up to and including court proceedings.”Park and hide: Drivers in Donegal costing council more than €160,000 in unpaid parking fines was last modified: October 24th, 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) Tags:parking fine
Related Posts Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Tags:#mobile#NYT#web The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology BlackBerry maker RIM has agreed to the Indonesian government’s demands to implement pornography filters for the country’s 2 million BlackBerry users. According to a statement from the company RIM is seeking a “prompt, compliant filtering solution.” The Indonesian government gave RIM until January 21 to begin filtering porn sites or face being shut down in the country.RIM has faced these sorts of threats from other governments for failing to censor online content, most notably last year when both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were poised to ban the devices for non-compliance with the countries’ telecommunications rules. But this is the first time that RIM has publically agreed to filter Internet content on its phones. However it’s unlikely to be the last time that it will face these sorts of demands, particularly as RIM expands into countries where there are heavy restrictions on porn and other “objectionable” content. “This isn’t just Indonesia,” Heru Sutadi, a member of the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Body, which oversees the industry, told Bloomberg. “Middle Eastern countries are also being hard on RIM. By looking at the big Indonesia market, I’m sure RIM will obey.”According to Bloomberg, the filtering in Indonesia may include a complete blocking of the BlackBerry’s web browsing capabilities. While RIM has said it will offer an Internet filter in Indonesia, it has complied with several other of the government’s requests, building a server in Indonesia so authorities can “conduct investigations against perpetrators of crime.” Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement audrey watters
We are getting a jump start on the planning process for the MFLN Military Caregiving Virtual Learning Event (VLE), happening this fall. Mark your calendars for a three-part series for military service providers that will focus on an integrated approach to professional development. The VLE will highlight the core competencies to working with military family caregivers of wounded service members and caregivers of special needs individuals.The three-part series includes topic areas in Building Trust and Credibility (October 28); Cultural Competencies (November 4); and Compassion Fatigue (November 18). Each event encompasses the overall theme of the professional development training – targeting the “core competencies” of our professional work with clientele. Our goal is to re-energize the working environment and inspire personal and professional growth in order to better serve our service members and their families.The VLE is so unique from our normal professional development webinars because participants can gain a more engaged training that is similar to a professional conference but in a virtual format. The events are also more compatible with the busy schedules of military helping professionals and provide training on a virtual level to alleviate the travel restrictions and budget cuts that many of us are faced with.Oh and did I mention this is a FREE training that is open to the public, not only military professionals, but to all who may be interested?Be on the lookout for more details to come. In the meantime, begin penciling in the VLE trainings into your calendar.This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on July 3, 2015.
Juventus need one point to secure the Serie A title after beating rivals Fiorentina 2-1 away on Sunday helped by Gianluigi Buffon saving a 90th minute penalty from Nikola Kalinic.Alvaro Morata struck the 83rd-minute winner for Juve two minutes after Kalinic had equalised for the hosts with a curling effort to cancel out Mario Mandzukic’s first-half opener.Juve have 85 points, 12 clear of Napoli who have four games left, and will claim a record fifth consecutive Scudetto on Monday if second-placed Napoli fail to beat AS Roma away.Massimiliano Allegri’s Juve side took one point from their opening three matches this season and were 11 points off the pace as late as Oct. 31 but they have won 24 of their 25 league games since then, picking up 73 points in that period.”It was nearly impossible to win 24 games out of 25,” Allegri told Sky Sport Italia. “This (win at Fiorentina) was another step towards the championship.”Mandzukic opened the scoring in the 39th minute whenPaul Pogba headed Sami Khedira’s lofted pass into his path.Kalinic stunned Juve in the 81st by capitalising on an error by Leonardo Bonucci before firing past Buffon but moments later Morata levelled with a tap-in after a goalmouth scramble.Kalinic could have rescued a point for fifth-placedFiorentina, who have 59, after earning a dubious late penalty, but his spot kick was saved by the outstanding Buffon.”It was vital to win at a stadium where they don’t like us very much at all,” Morata told Mediaset Premium.”(Buffon) just isn’t human, he’s a superhuman to save that penalty,” he added. “We hope to win the title in the next round of matches.”advertisementShould Napoli beat Roma on Monday, then Juve — the ‘Old Lady’ of Italian football — will have a chance to wrap up the title when they host relegation-threatened Carpi next Sunday.PALERMO WINElsewhere, Palermo won 2-0 at Frosinone in a crucial relegation tussle on Sunday to move above their fellow strugglers in the battle to avoid the drop.Veteran striker Alberto Gilardino scored with a header after 56 minutes and midfielder Aleksandar Trajkovski doubled the lead in stoppage time to move Palermo up to 18th and level on 32 points with Carpi.Carpi, who are one place above the relegation zone, host Empoli on Monday. Frosinone are 19th on 30 points.Bottom team Verona, who are a long way adrift with 22 points, play AC Milan on Monday and need a win to keep alive their slim survival hopes.Sassuolo won 3-1 at Torino to retain seventh place and move within one point of Milan, who occupy the last of the European qualifying berths.Ten-man Atalanta, who had Argentine forward Alejandro Gomez sent off 15 minutes from fulltime, beat Chievo Verona 1-0 at home in Bergamo with a 55th-minute goal by Marco Borriello.There were also home wins for Bologna, who beat Genoa 2-0, and Sampdoria, who dented Lazio’s European ambitions with a 2-1 victory.