first_imgChild Protection courseThere is a Child Protection course on Monday night 11th April in the club house from 7-15pm to 10.30pm.There are 18 places already taken up there is room for two more. If you or if you know someone that has to do this course they should contact Annmarie McDaid at 0863387363.Remember anyone involved with children coaching, managing, or helping in anyway must have this course done and be Garda Vetted. It’s the law.Variety Concert in Aid of Glenswilly Church This Friday April 8th at 8pm Glenswilly GAA Club will play host to an evening of great entertainment to raise some much needed funds for Glenswilly Chapel’s Restoration Fund.Performers on the night include local World Champion dancer Gavin Shevlin alongside his world top 10 ranked sister Niamh, renowned Donegal musicians Coirm, the Ulster Scór Sinsear finalists from Glenswilly, the Glenfinn players, Maria McCormick and many many more talented local musicians and singers.Entry on the night is only €10 for adults and children under 15 go free. Draw tickets and prizes also available on the night.Join the event on Facebook here along all your family and friends for an enjoyable evening to remember.Glenswilly Ladies notesGlenswilly ladies were beaten by Fanad in Gaeltacht semi final last Friday, Final score 10 points to 5.Next outing for the ladies is on Sunday 10th April against McCumhaills in the shield competition. Training continues on Tuesdays and Thursdays.Under 14 girls had a good win on Saturday against Killybegs. This week they are away to Gweedore. U14 girls training is on Monday 6-7pm at the training pitch.Table Quiz is planned for Friday 27th May in Callaghans in Churchill, with Hughie McClafferty as quizmaster.There will be a ladies referee course on 13th April, venue to be confirmed.The course will start at 7pm and last for three hours. It is suitable for anyone Over 16 who is interested in refereeing ladies/girls matches.Anyone interested should contact Deirdre McDaid by email: [email protected] and Reserves The Seniors and Reserves will travel to the Bridge in Dunfanaghy this Saturday to take on St Michaels. The Reserve throw-in is at 5.15pm while the senior game gets underway at 6.45pm. All support is welcomed.Darkness into lightThe club hope to have another group entry this year in the Darkness into Light to support Pieta House. Anyone wishing get to join our group please text name to 0861611240 before 15th April. The cost is €20 per person for this extremely worthy cause.Easter draw winnersThe winners of the Easter Draw is as follows: 1st – Erin O’Donnell, Convoy, 2nd – Cormac Gallagher, 3rd – Jessica Duffy. The seller’s prize was won by Owen Collum. Thanks to everyone who bought lines for the draw. Your support goes directly into the facilities at the club. Thank you again.U14 girls Under 14 Girls Training has been changed to Monday evenings 6pm to 7 .15 on the training pitch .Well done to the girls on winning their first league game against Killybegs at the weekend.U14s boysAfter two good opening games in which they beat Naomh Colmcille and Letterkenny Gaels, the U14 boys team were beaten by Termon this week. Their next game is away to Buncrana next Monday.U10 blitz The U10s will have a blitz this weekend in Glenswilly where they will take on Dungloe and Ardara.LottoThe winner of last week’s lotto was Seamus McMonagle from Glendowan who matched 3 numbers. The winning numbers were 3,17,21 and 22. Lottos are available from most local businesses or by connecting any member of the lotto committee.BingoBingo continues in the hall every Wednesday starting at 9pm.NotesAnybody with anything for the weekly club notes is asked to email them to [email protected] before Monday night. Thanks.GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY TO HOST CHILD PROTECTION COURSE was last modified: April 5th, 2016 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:Glenswilly GAAlast_img read more

McGinley and McCambridge win North West 10k – where did you finish? Full results here

first_imgThe North West 10K crowned Eoghain McGinley and Maria McCambridge the winners of the 23rd annual charity event on Sunday. Letterkenny AC’s Eoghain McGinley won the men’s race with a time of 32.57, Mark McPaul (33.11) coming in on second place and Karol Duggan (33.20) in third. Maria McCambridge (36.52) recorded the fastest time in the women’s section as she finished ahead of Letterkenny AC’s Fionnuala Diver (39.02) in second and Monica McGranaghan (40.27) in third.Full results below…North West 10k 2019PlaceBibNameAGClubChipTimeGunTime1.1Eoghain Mc GinleyMOLetterkenny AC32:5732:572.10Mark McPaulMOFinn Valley AC33:1033:113.3Karol DugganMOLetterkenny AC33:2033:204.1123John Mc ElhillMOFinn Valley AC33:4233:435.4Dermot Mc ElcharM40Finn Valley AC34:1434:156.2Ivan TonerM40Letterkenny AC34:2734:277.1160Colin McNultyM45Finn Valley AC34:5134:518.273David PorterMOInishowen ac35:0735:089.1126Paul Mc FaddenMOLetterkenny AC35:3035:3010.426Philip McHughMOLetterkenny AC35:3635:3711.209Adam FrielMOLetterkenny36:0036:0012.527Kevin LogueMOMilford AC36:0036:0013.798Paul CullenM40Letterkenny 24/736:0136:0314.392Paddy RyanMOFinn Valley36:1436:1415.668Liam DohertyM40Milford AC36:1436:1516.1191Fergal McGeeMORosses AC36:2836:3017.788Gavin CrawfordM4024/7 Triathlon Club36:3036:3018.477Kevin KellyMOLetterkenny AC36:3036:3119.168Mark GrennanMO36:3636:3720.715Declan FerryMORosses36:4036:4121.485Barry CoyleM40Milford AC36:3936:4222.1158Barry GallagherM40Finn Valley AC36:4636:4623.331Darragh KellyMOMilford AC36:4536:4824.736Manus Mc HughM40Rosses AC36:4936:5025.1150Peter McMenaminMOFinn Valley AC36:5136:5126.5Maria McCambridgeFOD.S.D36:5236:5227.1113Anthony DohertyM50Milford AC36:5536:5628.208Michael LogueM45Rosses ac36:5536:5729.1134Malcolm McGeeM40Inishowen AC37:0137:0230.149Declan Mc brideMOMilford ac37:0637:0731.953Martin McLucasM50Inishowen AC37:0837:0932.789Kevin McGeeM45Letterkenny AC37:1637:1733.1149Brian McBrideM4537:1737:1834.995Patrick BrennanMOLetterkenny AC37:3137:3235.458Martin DevenneyMOLetterkenny AC37:3437:3436.924Patrick DuffyM45Milford AC37:3337:3637.291Liam TinneyM40Letterkenny 24/738:0138:0338.732Marc WallaceMO38:0638:0939.1188Joel GallagherM45Milford AC38:0838:1040.607James StevensonM40Lifford Strabane AC38:1238:1341.1197Joe GibbonsMO38:3438:3642.738Paul Mc KelveyMORosses AC38:3538:3643.926Seamus GallagherM5038:4638:4844.323Paul RussellM4038:4938:5145.896Neil McBrideMORosses AC38:5238:5446.136Marty FaganM4038:5539:0047.690Fionnuala DiverFOLetterkenny AC39:0139:0248.797Paul DohertyM40Letterkenny 24/739:0239:0349.238Philip CallaghanM45Inishowen a.c.39:0739:1350.444Eoin SheehyM40Milford AC39:1539:1851.1124John O BrienMOFinn Valley AC39:2339:2452.930James DonagheyM45Convoy AC39:2639:2653.1151Rory GardinerMO39:3439:3554.629Liam FerryM40Letterkenny AC39:3439:3555.626Mackey BarryM50Letterkenny AC39:3539:3656.1145Michael GallagherM45Finn Valley AC39:3739:3957.621McHugh PaddyMOMilford AC39:3939:4158.330Jame WhoriskeyM4039:4139:4359.446Mrs BrownM45Milford AC39:4439:4460.778Terence DiverM50Letterkenny 24/739:4239:4461.326Garvan MulliganMOLetterkenny AC39:4139:5062.1161Michael J GallagherM45Finn Valley AC39:5339:5563.349Darren PriceM40Letterkenny AC39:5339:5564.506KIERAN COYLEM40OPTUM40:0140:0365.459Jason KingM4524/7 Triathlon Club40:0240:0566.178Brendan DevlinM40N/a40:0640:0767.998Steven GibsonMO40:0740:1868.881Damien O DonnellMO40:2340:2369.1193Dessie ShielsM40Letterkenny AC40:2040:2470.322Monica McGranaghanFOLetterkenny AC40:2740:2771.492Paddy SheridanMOMilford AC40:2440:3072.499Michael GalvinM45Letterkenny AC40:3040:3173.12Martin DunlopMOOlympian yac40:1440:3274.520KIERAN MC MONAGLEM40OPTUM40:3640:3875.123Darren TolandMOFinn valley40:4440:4676.750Hugh DuffyMO40:4440:4677.830Barry MeehanMO40:4340:5278.737Declan GallagherMORosses AC40:5841:0079.19Ciaran Mc hughMOTir chonail ac41:0141:0480.1000Aaron NepgenMOLetterkenny Parkrunners41:1141:1281.617Garvin BoyceM45Finn Valley AC41:1441:1482.823Ronan McElwaineMO41:0441:1683.620McBride PeterM50Milford AC41:2341:2684.1180Mark NeelyM45Letterkenny AC41:2341:2685.1450Patrick TrimbleM45Rosses AC41:3241:3386.936Hugh HunterM40eco atlantic41:1941:4087.8John FealtyM6041:3741:4388.546John ConlonMOFithub Letterkenny41:4941:5889.491Greg BoyleMO41:5441:5990.997Mark BatesM4542:0342:0691.248Peter KardosM4541:3242:1192.450Michael McHughM40Milford AC42:1042:1593.407Sean CrossanM45Finn Valley42:1842:2094.9Marie BoyleFOLetterkenny AC42:1742:2095.562Seámus CarrigyMO42:0142:2196.795Bryan KellyMO42:0642:2297.610Eimear WisemanFOLETTERKENNY A.C.42:1942:2298.885David HarveyMOSpeer Performance42:1542:2499.359James GormanMO42:1242:24100.939Martin PreshawM5042:2042:27101.338Seamus FerryM45Rosses AC42:2342:27102.516FIONNUALA LARKINFO247 TRIATHLON CLUB42:2542:29103.938Garrett O’DonnellM40Castle Arondale42:2342:29104.455Stephen ShielsM45Letterkenny AC42:2642:30105.728John HughesM50LETTERKENNY A.C.42:2942:31106.877Martin KerrM60Milford AC42:2942:31107.1159Ita KellyF45Finn Valley AC42:3442:35108.255Enda CollMO42:2942:37109.45Frank PinderM50Letterkenny ac42:3042:40110.317Luke DalyMO42:4242:44111.1409Rodney BatesM40Convoy AC42:3842:47112.632Mark McFaddenM45Letterkenny AC42:4642:49113.763Brian GormleyM4024/7 Triathlon Club42:4642:51114.488Paul MurrayM40Milford AC42:5543:01115.809John McFaddenM40Letterkenny AC42:5943:02116.947Adrian MooreM40Melvin WJR43:0343:06117.88Kelda GibsonF40Convoy ac43:0343:07118.348Joe CoyleMO43:0543:10119.401Margaret KellyF4524/7 Triathlon Club43:1243:14120.47Liam CarolanMOCastlegar ac43:0643:24121.416Stephen ByrneM4043:2043:24122.756Philip BrowneM4024/7 Triathlon Club43:1543:24123.94Erik KorbaM4543:1843:26124.1444Sam OliverMO43:1343:33125.422Ciaran O’DonnellM50Letterkenny AC43:3143:34126.1146Liam BonnerM50Rosses AC43:2943:34127.614Trica Mhic DhonaillF45INISHOWEN AC43:3243:36128.260Martin Mc glynnMO43:3443:40129.351Peter GallagherM40Letterkenny AC43:3843:41130.243Shaun Mc hughM45Milford a/c43:3343:43131.1429Fergal FrielM45Kickboxing LK43:3343:43132.20Allister JohnstonM4043:3543:44133.347Curly CoyleM4043:4143:46134.486Terence ShielsMO43:3743:47135.793Terence BoyleMO43:3643:48136.186Colin TalbotMOIndividual43:3643:48137.691Patrick McGowanMOLittle Angels43:4543:51138.807Aidan FriesMO43:4843:54139.234Mark ScottMOMilford ac43:5043:55140.808Noel McCormickM45Pacers43:5243:56141.1155Noreen BonnerF60Finn Valley AC43:5543:57142.185Aileen DevlinFOInishowen ac43:5443:59143.1404Jerome McElcharM40Finn Valley AC43:5944:03144.470Cathal MorrisonM4543:4644:05145.517CONOR MC GLINCHEYMOLETTERKENNY 24/744:0344:09146.560Aidan Mc GlynnM45Letterkenny AC44:0544:09147.1175Owen MckinneyM45Inishowen ac44:1044:13148.1127Noel BoydM40Rosses ac44:0944:14149.817David O’CarrollM40MTG 444:0744:16150.421Gary KearnsM40Letterkenny AC44:1444:17151.500Mark RodgersMOLK 24744:0544:21152.498Seamus FerryM50Milford AC44:1244:22153.452Brian DohertyM40Milford AC44:1244:22154.1115Mark GrahamMO44:0344:22155.447Barry FoleyMO24/7 Triathlon Club44:1944:25156.84Kathleen RodgersF50Rosses ac44:2644:27157.653Ciaran HegartyMORun for Fun Letterkenny44:2044:28158.487Tim FlanaganM50Milford AC44:2544:28159.855Seamus MorrisonM50Letterkenny AC44:1244:31160.1167Bronagh O GaraF4024/7 Triathlon Club44:3044:32161.91Colin LennonMO44:3344:36162.108Denis HarkinM50Cranford men on the move44:3044:37163.1418Noel FrielMOMilford AC44:2544:37164.134Norman Mc leanM50Falcarragh park runner’s44:2644:39165.194Dessie GibsonM60Convoy ac44:3844:44166.1442Jerome BradleyMO44:4044:46167.910Donal O’FearraighMORosses AC44:4544:48168.708Ton BangertM60Rahoe Road Runners44:5244:53169.613Elizabeth Mc DaidF45INISHOWEN AC44:5044:54170.805Pat BonnarM4544:3944:55171.182Pauric Mc gintyM5044:4944:59172.51John ToyeM5044:5444:59173.1435Leo CamachoMO44:5845:00174.290Derek CampbellM40Park Runner44:5845:02175.449Ciaran McHughMOMilford AC44:5645:04176.684Richard McNeillM45Milford AC45:0245:07177.707Shaun PeoplesMO44:4545:08178.717Gary NeelyM40Swanlings45:0145:08179.266Nick NorthM60None45:1445:18180.11Danielle Mc NameeFOMilford ac45:1645:23181.451Siobhan McHughF40Milford AC45:1645:23182.848Adrian ToalM4545:2945:39183.1135Eugene McCollumM50Melvin WJR45:3945:44184.706Kenny GrahamM4545:2545:47185.141Paddy HanniganM5045:3745:47186.674Neil McBrideMO45:3145:48187.117Stephen Mc caffertyM45Falcarragh park runners45:3745:50188.151Anne RobinsonFO24/7 triathlon club45:4545:53189.586Paul GillenM5045:3945:53190.868Garvan PattersonMORathmullen Cycling Club45:4845:54191.231Naoise EnrightM45Letterkenny ac45:4745:56192.543Daniel CannonMO45:5146:01193.768P. J. LyonsM4545:5546:02194.154Anne marie Mc geehinF40Olympian a.c.45:5846:03195.951Philomena GallagherF50Tir Chonaill AC46:0046:05196.1182Donnachadh DevenneyMO45:5846:06197.760Ciaran LiddyM4045:5846:06198.712Adrian MullinF40Ray Men on the Move45:4946:07199.833Kevin KellyMO46:0546:13200.289Kieron FrielMO46:0346:18201.1187Daniel McGaviganM4046:1446:26202.606Martin O DonnellM5046:1846:29203.233Paul FernsM4546:0446:30204.341Eoin FogartyM50Milford AC46:2846:35205.242Conor Mc glynnMOPro-fitness46:3046:36206.872Rodney IrwinM4046:3346:37207.390Rory ReynoldsM4046:3646:40208.1119Serena McDaidF40Letterkenny AC46:3746:41209.990Gerard McConnellM40Swanlings46:3646:43210.172Evelyn BoyleF50Rosses ac46:3946:44211.85Michael RodgersM50Rosses ac46:3946:50212.221Patrick Mc ConigleyMOEco atlantic-adventures46:3746:51213.93Gary HeaneyMON/a46:4946:55214.747Martina MulhernFO46:3846:59215.413Pauline SweeneyF4546:5447:01216.1138Patrick ShielsM50Milford AC47:0547:05217.570Shane MattewsonMORun for Fun46:5747:05218.919Anthony DeeneyM40eco atlantic46:5947:06219.911Ennis McGinleyM40eco atlantic46:5947:06220.501CLAIRE ANDERSONFOOPTUM47:0347:11221.263Colin LaffertyMO46:4947:11222.158Grace DoohanF4047:0847:13223.870Susan DohertyF45Inishowen AC47:0747:13224.137Ben HolmesM40Inishowen ac47:0747:13225.494Alan CattersonnM45Finn Valley46:5647:20226.718Richard RaymondM60Letterkenny AC47:1847:21227.1443Mark QuinnM5047:1647:23228.602Fintan BonnarMO46:5847:24229.1452Helen KennedyF5047:2047:25230.601Tommy BonnarMO47:0547:31231.387Keith FrenchMO47:1847:32232.98Chris CanavanM4046:5647:32233.200Martin RodgersMO47:1947:36234.1137Enda CarrM4524/7 Triathlon Club47:2647:39235.1441John McGeeMO47:2747:44236.1196Benny BarberM50Foyle Valley47:3747:44237.624Marsh AdrianM4547:4347:46238.625Marsh SeanMO47:4447:46239.803Eugene McGinleyM50Swanlings47:4447:53240.784Kilian NultyM4524/7 Triathlon Club47:4347:59241.694Gary KeeMO47:4547:59242.1406Terence QuinnM50In Memory of Sean Bonnar47:5347:59243.394Anne marie 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AnallenMO94:5695:42996.397Kieran NeelyMO95:2696:01997.557Emma ByrneFO95:1196:09998.551Grace Mc GinleyF5095:1596:13999.294Conor McCarthyMO95:1296:141000.442Laura ElliotFO95:4796:381001.443Keylian O BoyceFO95:4896:381002.531Amy DoranFO96:0096:441003.532Annette DoranFO96:0096:441004.724Hesten MooneFO96:1497:061005.725Celine CarberryFO96:1497:061006.379Lucia KellyMO96:3497:081007.709Michelle BradleyFO96:3497:081008.908Annette McAteerF5096:5197:131009.170Rosemarie DohertyF4096:5297:151010.395Anne NeelyFO96:4297:161011.161Sandy MhicfhearraighF5096:2097:171012.1437Paddy DohertyF4597:1197:521013.1436Pauline DohertyFO97:1197:521014.986Ann Marie KellyFO97:4398:261015.985Majella GallagherFO97:4498:261016.813Niamh GriffinFO98:0598:301017.812Anne GriffinF6098:0798:301018.811Joe GriffinM6098:0898:321019.1413Orla JordanMO97:0698:351020.825John WallaceM4097:3098:351021.25Michael Mc hughM5098:1698:371022.1412Aoine JordanFO97:1598:431023.275Wendy BoyleF4097:3798:461024.907Mary JordanF6097:1898:461025.1186Denise CollFO97:5498:591026.1185Lee JacobMO97:5398:591027.1403Christina WallaceFO98:3699:011028.769Ann Marie McDaidF4098:1399:081029.770Debra McDaidF4098:1399:091030.1157Pauline McClintockFO98:3499:181031.1156Sharon ScottFO98:3499:181032.686Sinead McBrideFO98:4699:381033.594Katie Mc HughFO99:20100:041034.1169Jacqueline Mc GroddyFO99:34100:041035.1402Martin DonagheyMO99:19100:051036.1401Damian LynaghMO98:25100:051037.867Laura NielsonFO99:24100:061038.866Martin GallagherMO99:25100:061039.1139Kelly TreartyFO98:27100:081040.651Maria McGroryFO99:21100:111041.311Mary PattonFO99:24100:141042.518ANGELA MC LAUGHLINF45OPTUM98:42100:161043.437Margaret Mc HughF5099:20100:161044.593Joanne Mc HughFO99:35100:181045.268Chris BrownM4099:49100:291046.942Geraldine DorrianF5099:33100:301047.439Breege GallagherF5099:33100:301048.438Teresa Mc FaddenF5099:35100:311049.1168Caroline Mc GroddyF50100:32101:011050.1170Christina Mc FaddenFO100:41101:101051.1457Aoibhe QuinnFO99:34101:111052.1458Amanda QuinnF4099:35101:121053.318Ellen McMahonFO100:32101:131054.794Amanda McCoyF50Sports & Social Club100:46101:211055.1454Bairbre BoyleFO100:46101:361056.259Agnes BonnerF50100:49101:401057.258Siobhan BoyleF60100:50101:401058.891Michelle WylamFO101:18101:461059.892Nathan McDyerMO101:20101:481060.909Eileen M RodgersFO101:20101:491061.535Helena WhyteFO101:14102:111062.536Cathy SweeneyFO101:14102:121063.523SHARON ORMONDFOOPTUM103:07103:071064.759Jade OrmondFO103:09103:091065.550Willie PyperMO102:20103:171066.549Maggie Mc DaidFO102:27103:231067.878Joan FarrellFO102:27103:231068.257Brid Mc brideF50102:56103:481069.411Tina McLaughlinFO102:57103:491070.162Sylvia BovairdF40102:55103:531071.681Margaret Mc BrideW/Chair103:52104:391072.293Cormac McCarthyMO103:42104:411073.310Kathleen McDaidFO104:00104:501074.296Louise DuffyFO104:07105:081075.56Amanda WilsonFO102:53105:161076.57Louise EdwardsF50102:54105:171077.441Anne Marie DeveneyF50104:49105:181078.537R Mc GeeverFO104:45105:321079.295Susan McCarthyFO104:35105:341080.815Donnacha CurranMO105:11105:511081.816Bairbre NiChurrainF40105:09105:521082.375Geraldine RabbitteF50105:19106:081083.376Niamh WalshF40105:23106:121084.983Ann Marie Mc DaidFO105:32106:131085.935Mary CallaghanFO106:11106:571086.1164Tracy GreenFO107:15107:501087.941Mona VialF60106:59107:531088.940Charlie VialM60106:59107:541089.1153Aine CrampsieFO107:16107:591090.1154Laura McGinleyFO107:16107:591091.883Zita GillenFO107:41108:541092.882Joseph GillenMO107:41108:551093.994Olivia GillenFO107:51109:041094.884Desmond GillenMO107:52109:051095.771Kathleen O’DonnellF50107:59109:241096.772Tanya SweeneyF40108:00109:24McGinley and McCambridge win North West 10k – where did you finish? Full results here was last modified: May 5th, 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:letterkennyNorth West 10klast_img read more

Aldon Smith makes a deal with San Francisco prosecutors

first_imgCLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos or video on a mobile deviceFormer 49ers and Raiders pass rusher Aldon Smith accepted a plea deal from San Francisco prosecutors Monday, pleading no contest to violating a court order and false imprisonment, according to TMZ Sports.The charges stemmed from a domestic disturbance in March. Smith’s then-fiancee claimed the troubled Pro Bowl linebacker attacked her at their San Francisco residence. Smith was charged with domestic violence, …last_img read more

U.S. Onshore Wind: Building on a Strong 2016

first_imgLong-term growthAs for the longer-term growth, both the continued technological advancements from public and private investments and growing public support for clean energy ― even in the face of a hostile federal environment ― are enhancing the prospects of wind’s continued growth. Corporate demand for clean energy is burgeoning, and a large number of cities have now made impressive renewable energy pledges.However, supportive federal policy remains crucial to wind’s sustained growth. The best way to ensure that we keep investing in this low-cost, clean resource (and reaping the many economic, environmental, and public health benefits) is to have a strong carbon policy in place that protects the health of Americans and enables the U.S. to capitalize on the global clean energy opportunity. With growing public support and the right policy, we can expect the U.S. wind industry to keep powering its way to a bright future. By RACHEL FAKHRYIn the face of an administration that is hostile toward protecting the environment and addressing climate change, there is a bright spot in clean energy that can no longer be ignored: the nation’s onshore wind industry.The good news was reported out in this year’s annual Wind Technologies Market Report, compiled by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, which said wind energy is the largest source of renewable power in the U.S. for the first time ever.And the news is getting even better. Thanks in large part to important federal policies, in 2016, new wind projects continued to be added at a rapid rate, making up 27% of new capacity additions; the industry added nearly 15,000 new jobs, and now employs a record 102,500 Americans; and average wind power prices remain extremely low at $20 per megawatt hour, which is cheaper than any other form of new power generation. Commercial-Scale Wind PowerGreen Basics: Residential Wind PowerWind Overtakes Hydro as Top Renewable in U.S.Resisting the Allure of Small Wind TurbinesU.S. Wind Energy Prices Hit an All-Time Low Note: This is part one of a series of blogs highlighting recent progress in onshore and offshore wind energy, as well as discussing some of the continued opportunities, challenges and threats the industry faces in the near term. The series was originally published by the Natural Resources Defense Council. Interest remains highThere is continued significant interest in wind energy. The amount of wind capacity in the transmission queues at the end of 2016 is a testament to the bright near-term outlook for wind energy. In fact, at the end of 2016, there were more than 140 gigawatts (GW) of wind capacity in the transmission queues — that’s more than one-and-a-half-times the total installed wind capacity in the U.S.! It’s also higher than all other generating sources in the queue — namely solar or natural gas projects. Although not all of these projects will get built, the substantial amount of wind capacity under consideration is a good indicator of the attractiveness of wind projects to investors and developers. Offshore wind mades its debutWhat’s more, the nation’s first offshore project was commissioned in 2016, the 30 megawatt (MW) Block Island project in Rhode Island, marking a major step forward for offshore wind energy (for more on that, stay tuned for our upcoming blog on offshore wind energy developments).After a remarkable 2016 and 2015, the industry can only expect to report an incredible 2017. In fact, 2017 looks like it will be another remarkable year for wind energy. Wind installations had their second strongest first quarter ever, and just capped off a very robust second quarter with 40% more wind projects under construction compared to last year’s second quarter. Looking forward, we need to continue to prioritize smart state and federal policies for these benefits to continue.Here are some of the key factors driving the industry’s top-tier performance: RELATED ARTICLES Performance is getting betterWind turbine performance is ever-improving. The average 2016 capacity factor of projects completed in 2014 and 2015 was 43%, compared to an average of 32% for projects built between 2004 and 2011. This performance upgrade is largely driven by improvements in turbine design, with average rotor diameter increasing by an impressive 13% compared to the previous five years, enabling turbines to capture a lot more energy. This technology advancement is driven in a large part by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) sizable investments in wind R&D to enable technology innovations and improvements. Rachel Fakhry is a policy analyst in climate and clean air and Midwest programs for the NRDC. Grid operations are improvingGrid operators are getting better at integrating high amounts of wind energy. Fourteen states now have wind penetration of 10% or more — that’s four more states than in 2015 — with Iowa still leading the pack with 37% of its annual generation coming from wind in 2016. Importantly, grid operators are getting better at mitigating curtailment ― when renewable projects have to reduce output because of congestion on the grid or excess generation ― as wind penetration increases outpaced any increase in curtailment in most areas of the U.S.This learning will help bring in more renewables into the nation’s electric grids and will further improve project economics. And this is a promising trend, as we need to rapidly boost our renewable energy generation to reduce carbon emissions and achieve our long-term climate goals. As highlighted by the NRDC 5th Annual Energy Report, wind energy supply today is 350% greater than predicted by the U.S. Energy Information Administration a decade ago. Federal production tax creditThe federal production tax credit (PTC) remains a core driver for wind power investment. In December 2015, Congress passed a multiyear extension of the Production Tax Credit (PTC), providing long-term policy certainty for investors and developers. In 2016, power companies all across the country capitalized on the PTC by making strong, smart investments in this low-cost, zero-carbon resource. And the tax credits are expected to further bolster the industry’s near-term growth opportunities. Consider this quote from the CEO of Xcel Energy ― one of the largest utilities in the U.S. ― as a testament to wind’s increased attractiveness to utilities: “The fuel of tomorrow is literally on sale today. […] If I’m not firing up natural gas, instead I’m letting wind which is more economical do its work, then everybody benefits.” Costs are coming downWind project costs are declining while performance is improving. Driven by lower turbine prices, the average total costs of installing a wind project fell to $1,590 per kilowatt, a roughly 6% drop from 2015. These price reductions, coupled with improved turbine technology, have put downward pressure on total project costs and wind power prices.After reaching an all-time low in 2015, wind electricity prices remained at the average low price of $20 per megawatt hour in 2016. With prices that low, wind is the cheapest form of new power generation in many regions of the country. The dirt cheap prices are the product of improved turbine performance and continued cost reductions coupled with strong state and federal support.last_img read more

Get sporty in Shillong

first_imgThe road winds up from the plains past the Brahmaputra Valley and loses itself in clouds. Occasionally, the fleece blows away to reveal dizzying drops to the river valley below, or glimpses of electric green jungle. The river and the green belong to Assam, a flat land of tea gardens and paddy fields. Ahead and above lies Meghalaya, the Abode of Clouds, nestled in the Khasi, Garo and Jaintia Hills. Shillong is a very genteel Jane Austen kind of pastime, one that involves walking on soft green lawns and rolling a croquet ball, if possible.Of all the hillstations in India, barring Shimla, Shillong was the most fashionable. At one time, homesick British tea planters made it their refuge from the green jungles of Assam. The place gave them a secure sense of familiarity–there they could forget that they were stranded in a steamy, exotic country called India. They named it the Scotland of the East, for its temperate climate and for its beautiful scenery.When you reach Shillong, you find that this is a very Somerset Maugham-Agatha Christie kind of place, and begin to understand why one is advised to ‘take the air’ there. The British planters did their best to make sure that Shillong provided them with all the comforts of home, from log fires in the wooden houses, to neatly manicured gardens and rockeries, to the Shillong Club located conveniently near the Police Bazaar.However, there are a few things essentially tribal about Shillong that no amount of British civilisation could eradicate. You are advised to drop formal silks and satins and get into jeans to watch a teer session, for instance. The Khasis are passionate archers. So much so that they gamble on their archery crazily and compulsively. How many arrows can a Khasi archer shoot into a set target in the space of five minutes? Fifty? One hundred? Four hundred? More? They are given 180 seconds to shoot around 1,800 arrows at the cylindrical drum target or skum, which is placed 150 ft away.It’s a matter of speed and skill and, until 1982, was completely illegal. So that matches were hidden in faraway meadows and rumours and locations spread like wildfire. Today, anyone can watch the archers in their kilts compete while money exchanges hands and bets are called out in a fast, unintelligible gabble. Spring is when the great archery contests are held in a corner of Shillong’s polo ground, a space that’s half the size of a football field. The rules are chalked out by the Khasi Hills Archery Sports Institute and 12 clubs compete. Every day there are practice matches on the grounds and you can expect to be asked by passersby what you dreamt last night. Things you dream about are apparently significant when it comes to backing archers–a snake stands for the number seven, a baby means three, a woman five, a two-wheeler (if you happened to have dreamt of it!) double zero.Since the matches are in the afternoon, you can spend the morning continuing to take the air leisurely. There is, of course, an 18-hole golf course, set among lavishly landscaped gardens. There is a church, a very Anglican church, quite obviously named St Paul’s Cathedral, and there are gardens everywhere you look. Life in Shillong follows the fashionably leisured pace of the walker. You can, as I did, take a trip to view the five waterfalls scattered around. Bishop, Beadon, Sweet, Elephant and Crinoline, were easily accessible and the names are perfect if you have a taste for whimsy. Of course, it is anyone’s guess whether the winding plaits of water look like an elephant or a crinoline!Then it’s time for a change of pace at the Madan Thma, or shooting ground. The place is buzzing from noon with archery aficionados who are busy comparing dreams, swapping scandal stories or just drinking kiat, the fiery local brew, from the shacks that have sprung up around the field and which are run by Khasi women. At three o’ clock tension levels rise and the place is practically packed, with people jostling for better viewing space. At 4, a whistle blows, the archers spring up and the air fills with the whoosh of arrows. Four minutes later, another whistle stops it and a canvas sheet is placed in front of the target. The officials walk over to the target, take out the arrows and count them. It’s the last two digits of the number of arrows that have hit the target that separate the winners from the losers. An hour later they do it all over again.Perhaps it’s the contrast between all those quiet strolls and the sheer energy and local colour that makes the archery so spectacular. The power behind those cane bows and reed arrows also makes you catch your breath. Rabindranath Tagore based one of his last works there, a romance bathed in soft shadows and sunlight, among the gently sloping hills. Arrows make for another kind of romance, a Robin Hood kind. Fact fileStayOf all the North-Eastern cities, Shillong perhaps has the best facilities. There are a range of stay options, from tea garden guesthouses to business hotels. We suggest:Tripura Castle: Old world charm and a cosy atmosphere, spread over 9 km of forest, 3 km from the town. Cleve Colony, Tripura Castle Road; tel: (0364) 250 1111 To stay at a tea garden guesthouse you have to have a friend in MCleod Russel or one of the other companies. At subsidised rates these are a steal and you can order whatever you want from Police or Bara Bazaar and have it cooked in house.EatShillong offers all kinds of eating options, from local specialities in the stalls in Police Bazaar to Thai and Continental cuisine. Pickled bamboo shoot is popular as are rice cakes, called Ki Kpu. Check out the Jadoh Stall in Don Bosco Square for its famous rice-and-pork preparation.City Hut Dhaba on Oakland Road has a huge menu of over 300 items.ShopKhasi ornaments such as hand-carved knives and bamboo ware; orange flavoured honey; wild silk jain-sayem skirts; and rare butterflies framed and mounted. There are shops all over, but the safest bet would be the State Government Emporium.SeeSpring is a great time to wander through the Botanical Gardens, admiring the Flower Show or to join in the celebrations of the colourful Shad Suk Mynsiem festival on April 1, 2011. Those who like a bit of activity can explore the Sacred Forest in Mawphlang, 25 km away from Shillong, and if you want to take it easy, opt for a round of golf at the scenic Shillong Golf Club.advertisementadvertisementlast_img read more

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Self-doubt creeps in when I don’t pick wickets, like in this IPL: Kuldeep Yadav

first_imgKolkata Knight Riders’ trump card Kuldeep Yadav hasn’t been at his best in the Indian Premier League so far but the chinaman isn’t losing sleep over his lack of wickets this season.Kuldeep Yadav has picked up only three wickets in six matches so far at an average of 57 but he has still been one of the most important bowlers in the Knight Riders’ attack. For when he is not taking wickets, Kuldeep does the holding job really well and doesn’t concede too many runs.Like in the game against Delhi Capitals at the Feroz Shah Kotla where he defended 6 runs in the final over to take the game to a Super Over which the Knight Riders eventually lost.But when times are tough and wickets are not coming by that easily, self-doubt creeps in and that is when Kuldeep turns to his coach for advice.Kuldeep realises that not every match will produce the kind of results for him that he wants which is why he keeps pushing himself and tries to rectify his mistakes each day.”If you look at this IPL, I am not getting as many wickets as expected and then you start doubting yourself but I think the others are playing safe and they don’t want to give me wickets,” Kuldeep Kuldeep Yadav told Boria Majumdar, Consulting Editor Sports India Today Group.”But that is a good sign for the team. Our three spinners – Piyush Chawla, Sunil Narine and me.. we bowl 12 overs of spin. If we can control the game in those 12 overs, that’s what we are looking at. People are expecting a lot from me and I am sure I can do that in the rest of the matches in the IPL and also in the World Cup.advertisement”I am bowling very well. I am doing everything and playing with the batsman’s mind as well. If I keep doing this, I can get a few wickets on my day,” he said.Kuldeep Yadav also pointed out that it has not been very easy for spinners at the Eden Gardens.”Bowling at Eden Gardens is very difficult for a spinner. It’s a very good wicket. I like bowling here but it’s not very easy for spinners to take wickets here. It’s now a better batting pitch,” Kuldeep said.”I keep saying that to myself and push myself. I was at my lowest when I played at Lord’s (India vs England 2nd Test) last year and did not do well. Captain Virat Kohli and the support staff back me all the time and how I am working on my skill sets because they know my job is to pick wickets in England even if I go for a few runs,” Kuldeep said.Kuldeep will be key to India’s hopes of winning a third World Cup as the 24-year old has done exceedingly well in the 50-over format recently picking up 87 wickets in 44 matches so far.Before every major tournament i do goals and for the World Cup my goal is to pick 5 wickets in the semi final and win the game for India. Will do all I can to achieve that. @imkuldeep18 to me. Watch on @IndiaToday 630pm. Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) April 11, 2019He said he sets specific goals for himself before heading into every important tournament and this time at the World Cup, he wants to pick up a five-wicket haul in the semi-finals and win the game for the country.”Playing for India is always different and I know how important the World Cup is for the country. Before every tournament I have set goals and for the World Cup my goal is to pick 5 wickets and win the man-of-the-match award in the semi-final because that’s the key match always,” Kuldeep Yadav said.Also Read | Bowling becomes easier with MS Dhoni behind the stumps: Kuldeep YadavAlso Read | Kuldeep Yadav is not a mysterious bowler but just skillful, says Piyush ChawlaAlso Read | Kolkata Knight Riders look to win third title in IPL 2019last_img read more

9 months agoBurnley boss Dyche: Luck was with us

first_imgBurnley boss Dyche: Luck was with usby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley earned victory over Fulham thanks to two own goals.Andre Schurrle’s wonderful early strike was cancelled out in the 20th minute when Jeff Hendrick’s effort went in off Joe Bryan.And three minutes later it was Denis Odoi who inadvertently beating Sergio Rico, heading in after Hendrick crossed.Burnley boss Sean Dyche said afterwards: “They were very tough conditions for both teams and it was a very tough win, for many reasons.“I didn’t think we played as well today as we did in the previous two wins, but the mentality to come back from a goal down for the second game in a row was terrific and I thought we grew into the game and ended up being the more progressive side.“We got a scratch of luck, but I’m not going to cry that one in because I don’t think we’ve had our share this season.“And towards the end James (Tarkowski) does what we maybe weren’t doing enough of at the start of the season, by making an absolutely fantastic block to make sure we go and win the game.“That’s as good a goal for me!”Dyche added: “They threw caution to the wind in the second half and why wouldn’t you?“They haven’t won away all season and they are trying to get a foothold in an important game, so they went very expansive, but I don’t remember them opening us up too many times.“The resilience, character and energy is back in the side and we are doing all the details better.“Earlier in the season we were conceding a lot of soft goals. We have to continue, of course, but what it does is provide a mental shift.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

18 days agoToulouse defender Diakite happy for Todibo at Barcelona

first_imgToulouse defender Diakite happy for Todibo at Barcelonaby Carlos Volcano18 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveToulouse defender Bafode Diakite insists he’s happy for Jean-Clair Todibo.Todibo left Toulouse in January for Barcelona and is now set for a first team run due to their injury crisis.Diakite said, “Of course I am happy by what he does, he was trained in Téfécé, like me. “If he chose to join Barca, it’s not for nothing. He has an idea on his mind, we do not take such a big decision without thinking. I hope that he will make a place in their starting XI, he will be beneficial for the French squad and Toulouse.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

2 days agoChelsea won’t consider offers for N’Golo Kante

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Chelsea won’t consider offers for N’Golo Kanteby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea won’t consider the sale of N’Golo Kante.The midfielder continues to be linked with a move to Juventus, but reports claim the star is not up for sale.Juve coach Maurizio Sarri is said to be keen on reuniting with Kante in Turin.He is said to have told the club’s vice-chairman Pavel Nedved that Kante should be high on the club’s list of targets.But now according to Sky Italia’s Fabrizio Romano, there is no truth in the rumours.Romano told Calciomercato that there is no negotiations to bring Kante to the Serie A giants despite sporting director Fabio Paratici being a big admirer of the 28-year-old. last_img read more