ST EUNAN’S RECEIVE TIMELY BOOST AHEAD OF ULSTER SFC CLASH WITH ROSLEA

first_imgO’Donnell Park in Letterkenny will host the Ulster SFC clash between St Eunan’s and Roslea.St Eunan’s have received a timely boost ahead of their Ulster SFC clash with Fermanagh champions Roslea this Sunday.The game had been originally been scheduled to be played at Mac Cumhaill Park.However, St Eunan’s home venue O’Donnell Park meets the criteria for hosting such games so St Eunan’s were able to move the tie to their home pitch. St Eunan’s defeated local rivals Glenswilly in a low scoring Donegal SFC final on Sunday.Maxi Curran will be hoping his side can make an impact in the Ulster championship.St Eunan’s have failed to make an impact in Ulster despite their dominance in Donegal over the last decade.Glenswilly reached the Ulster decider last year before narrowly losing to Ballinderry. St Eunan’s will be fancied to overcome Roslea on Sunday, but it will be a very difficult game.The game gets underway at 2.30pm at O’Donnell Park this Sunday.ST EUNAN’S RECEIVE TIMELY BOOST AHEAD OF ULSTER SFC CLASH WITH ROSLEA was last modified: November 4th, 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:GAAnewsSportUlster SFClast_img read more

Anchorage sets record for most days without snowfall

first_imgThe record was set in 1958 when no snow fell from January 21st to February 25th. The record was matched on Friday at midnight and beaten the following evening.Now February 20th, 2016 is the day to remember for breaking the winter weather record for most days with no snow.While Anchorage remained snow-bare, Alyeska resort received so much snow Saturday that it had to close an upper level tram on Sunday. Anchorage received some snow on Sunday, but not much. Download AudioA nearly 60-year-old record for low snowfall went down over the weekend. National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Snider confirmed that Saturday night was the 37th day in a row without snow in Anchorage. The streak had started on January 15th.The green line on the chart represents 2016. The flatness of the line indicates no new snow. (Graph courtesy of the National Weather Service)last_img read more