first_imgRed Hughs GAA NotesSenior MenThe lads had a hard fought victory over Na Rossa in the championship on Saturday evening. It now sees them in a strong position with two out of two victories to start their championship group stage. The final score was Red Hughs 0-10 Na Rossa 0-6 well done lads.Under 21’sThe under 21s had a good result v Lifford in the Under 21 championship tonight. Missing a few key players the lads that stepped in did themselves justice and will be hard to push out. An excellent defensive performance from all the team. A spread of scores throughout the team which was good to see. Overall a wee bit careless in front of goal but they got the result. The final score Was Red Hughs 1-13 Lifford 1-5Team and Scorers. Luke Kelly, Alan McConnell (0-02), Jason Dullaghan, Micheal Devine, Shane McGlinchey, Colm Melaugh (0.04), Calvin Bradley(C) (0-3), Pauric McMenamin (0-1), Dylan Irwin, Ronan Gallen, Cathal Doherty, Shane Gallagher, Shane Gallen, Thomas McMenamin (VC) (0-01), Shane McGuire, Micheal McColgan, Justin Browne, Justin McBride (0-01), James Carlin, Denim Rowan (1-01), Fintain Muldoon, Conor Gallen, Corey Gallagher Senior LadiesWell done to the Red Hughs Ladies and their manager who won their Championship game away to Convoy on Wednesday night, on a scorline of 0-9 to 0-7. A very hard fought game played in the blistering heat, the girls never gave up and worked hard right up to the final whistle.Thanks to all the supporters who came down 2 the Centre of Excellence 2 shout the girls on. The 2nd leg will be played at home date & time 2 be confirmed.Minor BoardUnder 13 BoysThe young lads play their first game of the league away to Downings on Wednesday evening throw in 7.30pm. Good luck to the boys and management Under 16 BoysLost out in the division 2 quarter final to a very strong Glenswilly side on Monday evening. Unlucky lads heads up now for the championship.Under 16 GirlsThe girls suffered defeat against a very strong Burt team at home last Tuesday evening. But they never gave up and played with heart until the final whistle. Their next game is at home V Convoy this Tuesday at 6.30pmMinorsThe lads play their final game of the group stages in the championship away to St Eunans B next Monday the 4th of August in O Donnell Park Throw in 7.30pmMinor training on Friday evening at 7.30pmLocal LeagueThanks to everyone who helped throughout the league Managers, referees any anyone who helped set up pitches etc. To the tea ladies who made the tea and parents who brought sandwiches, home baking biscuits etc It was an unbelievable success and all the kids enjoyed every second of it. It’s all about taking part and being part of a team win lose or draw. Well done to all the kids who played they are surely the stars of the future.We also had a our own Club Camp last Thursday and Friday. It was once again a great success with over 100 kids coming out to enjoy the fun in the sun. A huge thank you to everyone who gave up their spare time to help out at the camp.Lotto & 100+ Club ResultsNumbers drawn 3,8,7,4,1,2,6,5There was no Winning sequence Lucky dip winner was Shauna Ryan Ard Mc Cool Receives €30Next weeks jackpot is €4,225100+ Club winner was Katie Callaghan Bahenbuoy receives €100GAA NEWS: RED HUGHS EARN GREAT WIN OVER NA ROSSA IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP was last modified: July 29th, 2014 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:GAANoticesRED HUGHS.Sportlast_img read more

Cree and Inuit gather to share knowledge in launch of Hudson Bay

first_imgDanielle Rochette APTN NewsLucassie Arragutainaq is from Sanikiluaq, an Inuit community located on the Belcher Islands of Hudson Bay.Since the 1990s he has wanted to collaborate to share Inuit and Cree knowledge of the ecosystems of Hudson Bay and James Bay.“We understand what is going on exactly. That is what it matters really,” said Arragutainaq. “We just want to be a part of the process and understand what is going to happen within Hudson Bay and James Bay.”Arragutainaq dream came true this week as more than 200 Cree and Inuit gathered in Montreal to launch the Hudson Bay consortium.“How can we keep the bays healthy for future generations, how can we make sure that young people can learn Indigenous knowledge and go out and hunt” said Joel Heath, co-founder of the Arctic Eider Society, explaining its purpose.MP Hunter Tootoo says it’s positive to see everyone around the same table for a common goal.“For us that live there, and rely on it, we all have something at stake,” said Tootoo. “I think it is important that everyone come together and collectively come up with a plan on how to preserve and protect and monitor the waters that we rely on for livelihood.”[email protected]last_img read more