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first_imgCAPPRY ROVERS NOTES  07/03/2016 CAPPRY ROVERS LOTTO The numbers drawn in this week’s draw were 5, 10, 15, 18.There was no jackpot winner.The winner of the €50 lucky ticket was Chris McGrath, Finn Farmlane, Cappry.Next weeks jackpot is €4600.Remember if you’re not in, you can’t win!!! CAPPRY ROVERS Kildrum took all 3 points from a scrappy affair on a lovely spring day at Station Road. Both teams tried hard in the opening half hour but the deadlock wasn’t broke until 41minutes when Reece Laird cooly slotted home after great play on the right hand side. The Tigers doubled their lead on 52 minutes when Laird latched onto a loose ball to get his second of the game. Cappry pushed hard and pulled one back after a horrendous OG from Shane McIntyre. Laird could have wrapped the game up and got his hat-trick but he failed to convert from the penalty spot. Good displays from both teams.CAPPRY ROVERS RESERVES Cappry Reserves where due to play Curragh at the weekend but the game was postponed due to both pitches deemed unplayable.CAPPRY ROVERS U16’s Cappry played Ballybofey Wanderers on Saturday morning in the Finn Valley. Ballybofey battled hard but Cappry came home with a 6-1 win.CAPPRY CRUSADERS U16’s The Crusaders were back in action this evening (Monday) when they welcomed Swilly Rovers to Cappry Park. Cappry battled hard and defended really well in the 1st half and were a wee bit unlucky to be going in 1 nil down at the break. Credit to Swilly, they came out in the 2nd half and passed the ball about well and scored 4 more goals with quality strikes and well worked goals. They score doesn’t reflect the effort Cappry put into the game. All 14 players who took part played very well.CAPPRY ROVERS U14’s Cappry Rovers played Killea FC in the Finn Valley at noon on Saturday. It proved to be a very 1 sided game with Cappry running out 12-2 winners. Jamie Murray (4), Kieran Thompson (3), Daniel Gordon (3), Shaun Marley and Thomas McMenamin scored for Cappry.CAPPRY ROVERS U12’s Cappry Rovers played Fintown Harps this evening (Monday) in Cappry Park. Cappry were on top for most of this match and applied lots of pressure with Fintown defending well. Cappry hit the woodwork on numerous occasions. Luke McGlynn, Andrew Murray and Mark Mbuli scored the goals in a 3-0 win for Cappry.CAPPRY COLTS U12’s Castlefin Celtic Res 0 Cappry Colts 2The Colts picked up a good 3 points away from home on Saturday afternoon. The Colts started brightly with Sean Lyons and Odhran Quigley Doherty causing lots of problems on both wings. The busy Niall Ryan scored after 5 minutes to put the Colts 1 up. The Castlefin keeper made a number of great saves before Niall Ryan scored his 2nd midway through the half. Ethan Deery, Ronan Callaghan and Eoin McGonagle had a few attempts before halftime. The 2nd half started and Castlefin had a fairly strong breeze behind them and were creating a few good chances, one notable effort from a free kick which was superbly saved by stand in keeper Sean Ryan. The Colts defence held firm until the end led by Darragh Carroll, Patrick Long, Charlie Griffin and Niall Marley. We would like to thank Castlefin for a good contest, match referee Liam McLaughlin and the 11 colts who all played.SOCCER: CAPPRY ROVERS U12’S EARN 3-0 WIN OVER FINTOWN HARPS was last modified: March 8th, 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:Cappry Rovers FCSportlast_img read more

Notices to 279 institutions running without approvals: Govt

first_imgNew Delhi, Mar 10 (PTI) The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has issued notices to 279 institutions found to be running without statutory approvals, Rajya Sabha was told today.In a written reply to a question, HRD Minister Smriti Irani said the notices have been issued to the institutions to close down programmes or fulfill the mandatory requirements and approach AICTE for approval.Responding to another question, Irani said there is no provision in AICTE Act for blacklisting higher education institutions.She, however, said in case norms are not followed action can be taken, including suspension of approval for supernumerary seats, no admission status in respective courses for one academic year, withdrawal of approval in the respective course, reduction in seats intake, withdrawal of approval of the institution and its closure.”121 such technical institutions have been closed during 2015-16,” she said.In response to another question, the HRD minister said that as per an independent survey commissioned by it in 2014, 60.64 lakh children were out of school in the age group 6 to 13 years. PTI ADS AAR PAL AARlast_img read more