Former Naomh Muire star JC Mulholland starred for a New South Wales GAA representative side who played against the Australian International Rules team in Sydney yesterday. Australia were using the game as a warm-up match ahead of their one off test against Ireland on Saturday night.NSW suffered a heavy a defeat against the Australians who were at full strength as they put the final touches to their preparations for their clash with Ireland. However, several of the side including Mulholland delivered impressive performances for the NSW side.Mulholland was the sole Donegal representative on the New South Wales GAA side.The NSW team is made up of ex-pats who have emigrated to Australia in recent years, and those involved described the match as an unbelievable experience.Naomh Muire manager Gary Boyle would love to have Mulholland in his squad as he prepares for the forthcoming 2015 season. However, Mulholland is unlikely to leave the exotic weather and great lifestyle for another few years yet.FORMER NAOMH MUIRE PLAYER STARS FOR GAA REPRESENTATIVE SIDE AGAINST AUSTRALIA was last modified: November 19th, 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:Australian RulesGAAIrelandJC MulhollandNAOMH MUIREnewsNSWSport
QPR, beaten 4-0 in their previous two away league games this season, were forced into an early change at St Mary’s after Sandro suffered an apparent head injury after eight minutes.The Brazilian midfielder, back after a knee problem, was replaced by Karl Henry following lengthy treatment.Southampton, second in the table and enjoying their best start to a top-flight season since 1988, have looked dangerous so far.They almost went ahead when Dusan Tadic’s shot deflected off Steven Caulker and onto the outside of the post, before Saints forward Graziano Pelle fired into the side netting from near the edge of the six-yard box. QPR (4-2-3-1): Green; Isla, Caulker, Ferdinand, Traore; Sandro (Henry 11), Fer; Phillips, Kranjcar; Vargas, Austin. Subs: Hill, McCarthy, Onouha, Dunne, Hoilett, Zamora.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
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Scores of students are expected to participate in the annual Youth Forum, scheduled for Friday (November 2) at the St. Andrew Parish Church Hall, 16 Ellesmere Road. The event, organised by the National Child Month Committee (NCMC), will get underway at 9:00 a.m. To be held under theme: ‘Jamaica 50: Let’s Celebrate Our Children,’ the forum will include presentations from the Wolmer’s Girls and Penwood High Schools on the topic:‘Care and Protection for our Children during the Past 50 years’, while St. George’s College and Ardenne High School will be looking at the topic: ‘Recognition and Celebration of the Achievements of Our Children during the Past 50 Years’. Minister of Youth and Culture, Hon. Lisa Hanna, is schedule to bring greetings, while Principal of Wolmer’s School for Girls, Colleen Montague, will be the guest speaker. The annual Youth Forum is one of several activities organised by the NCMC to mark Child Month. It provides an avenue for children to voice their views on issues that affect them. “Children should be encouraged to express their ideas about issues that affect them and the environment must be created for children to learn about their rights and responsibilities and also how to overcome challenges that impede their success,” said Chair of the NCMC, Dr. Pauline Mullings, in an interview with JIS News. Initially a Child Month activity in May, the Youth Forum was moved to November as the NCMC is committed to organising year-long activities geared towards the nation’s children as well as for the observance of National Youth Month. The NCMC, instituted in 1953, brings together a number of agencies working with and on behalf of children in an effort to focus on their needs, and heighten public awareness on the relevant issues affecting the nation’s children.