Rain or Shine dumps Phoenix for 2-2 record

first_img“I challenged them before the game that I want them to be a running team from the beginning,”said ROS head coach Caloy Garcia after his squad evened its record to 2-2.Ed Daquioag scored a game-high 21 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the field in less than 22 minutes while James Yap broke out of his shooting slump and explode for 20 points, hitting eight of his 10 shots to lead the Elasto Painters.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“I think this is the best game I’ve seen him play,” Garcia said of Daquioag.Daquioag’s night though was cut short after hurting himself on a drive against Phoenix rookie Jason Perkins at the 7:33 mark of the third quarter. He also collected five rebounds and five assists. Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense It was a dominant win for the Painters despite playing without their star center Raymond Almazan.Garcia said it was his decision not to play Almazan, who did not attend team practice the past couple of days.“Actually, after the loss against Global, [we got into a commotion] but I think everything’s good right now,” he revealed.Garcia said he called out Almazan after his poor outing in a 78-70 loss to GlobalPort on Friday.The Painters shot 55% from the field and had 31 assists.ADVERTISEMENT Matthew Wright and Jason Perkins paced the Fuel Masters (2-2) with 17 points apiece.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next PBA now ‘letting players play’ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone Rain or Shine’s Eduard Daquioag. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netRain or Shine raced to a commanding lead and never looked back en route to a 120-99 whipping of Phoenix in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Elasto Painters went on a 35-6 blast to take a 39-11 lead in the first quarter and extended it to as much as 39 points in the third period as the Fuel Masters just didn’t show up right from the opening tip.ADVERTISEMENT Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View commentslast_img read more


first_imgPhoto shows ‘Presentation by Conor Kelly of Inishowen Oil Company of new under 12Kits to both U12 football manager Kevin Doherty (Left) and Dr. Seamus Kelly, U12 hurling manager. Also present is Elizabeth Doherty, Club Secretary, C. L. G. Carndomhnaigh.’Ladies Football:Under 14 Carndonagh 4-07; Aodh Ruadh 3-04.Well done to the u14 girls who beat Aodh Ruadh last Thursday evening. With the wind in their favour the girls got off to a great start, after a couple of wides Niamh McDaid got the first goal. This was soon followed by another goal from Megan Gallagher and points from Niamh, Labhaoise and Cliona. Aodh Ruadh was finding it very difficult to get the ball up the field. The Carn forwards were working well together and Tara McColgan was pushing hard for a third goal when she was fouled in the square. Cliona Gibbons took the penalty, the keeper saved the shot but Cliona was quick to score on the rebound. Aodh Ruadh got their chance shortly after when they had a number of attacks on the Carn goal area and managed to score 2 goals and 2 pts without reply. This was a warning to Carn as half time approached that Aodh Ruadh would be dangerous in the second half especially with the wind at their back. The half time score was Carn 3-04 to Aodh Ruadh 2-02.The second half was as Carn had expected Aodh Ruadh scored a point straight away after the throw in and were constantly on the attack. Carn had built up a good lead in the first half so it was very important for them to defend that. The Carn defence was under pressure but they stood strong and refused to let them through, their work rate was second to none. Shauna Harkin in goals came off her line to make a number of saves and as always Kieva Callaghan, Rachel McLaughlin and Jessica Clarke made very few mistakes in getting the ball out of the danger area. Carn made a number of breaks up the field too and managed to get 3 more points and a cheeky goal from LisaMarie McLaughlin who was in the right place at the right time. Aodh Ruadh did manage a goal and 2pts but it was too little too late. The full time score was Carn 4-07 to Aodh Ruadh 3-04.The team and scorers were; Shauna Harkin, Orla Cox, Enya McDermott, Kieva Callaghan, Rachel McLaughlin, Jessica Clarke, Cliona Gibbons (1 02), Niamh McDaid (1 03), Tegan McDaid, Niamh Callaghan, Niamh Harkin, LisaMarie McLaughlin (1 00), Labhaoise Clarke (0 01), Ciara O’Connor, Tara McColgan and Megan Gallagher (1 01) Under 14 Carndonagh 3-06 to Glenfin 1-04.The girls also had to play Glenfin on Sunday as this game was due to be played three weeks ago. It wasn’t easy for the girls to field so soon after Thursday night but the full team showed up, they were in confident mood and wanted to get the game played. It was a tight first half with both teams battling for possession and finding it difficult to get scores. Glenfin opened the scoring with a long range shot that landed in the back of the net. This was just what Carn needed to get them started and despite giving away a few silly frees they were on top of the game. Niamh McDaid and Megan Gallagher were taking turns to score, Niamh started with a goal followed by Megan’s point and this was they way for the rest of the game. There was a lot of hard work being done throughout the field from Kieva Callaghan, Orla Cox and Tara Molyneaux at the back to Cliona and Labhaoise in the middle and as always Rachel McLaughlin and Jessica Clarke never stopped running looking for the ball and breaking down attacks. This result most likely puts the girls in the A semi-final, a brilliant achievement for their first year in the A section, another great team performance by the girls.The team and scorer’s were; Shauna Harkin, Orla Cox, Kieva Callaghan, Tara Molyneaux, Tegan McDaid, Rachel McLaughlin, Jessica Clarke, Cliona gibbons, Labhaoise Clarke, Enya McDermott, Niamh McDaid(1 03), Ciara o’ Connor, Niamh Callaghan(1 00), Tara McColgan and Megan Gallagher(1 03). Subs used; LisaMarie McLaughlin and Niamh Harkin.Under 15 Og Sport:The U15 Og Sport team reached the Inishowen Final that took place in Malin on Saturday afternoon last. It was unfortunate that only seven players traveled as subs are important in this competition and left manager Tony McGinn with no options. In the first game the boys lost to Muff but recovered well to beat Malin and Burt. Old rivals Malin were once again the opposition in the semi final which ended in a draw. After six minutes of extra time Carn won and played Muff in the final who were unbeaten. Carn shocked Muff in the first half and led by a point at half time. In the second half the lack of subs began to show and Muff scored vital goals to won the tournament. It was an enjoyable tournament for all the boys and many thanks to the Malin club for the hospitality on the day. The team was James Monagle, Michael Doherty, Nathan McLarkey, Conor Browne, Enda Callaghan Dermot Doherty and Cathal Doherty.Club Lotto:The winning numbers in the club mini-lotto were 22, 13, 24, 6 and 1.There was no jackpot winner.The 30 Euro prize went to Catriona Doherty, Gleneely;15 Euro each to Laura and Roisin Doherty, Moss Cottage, Carn; Nicola and Ciaran Bonner, Crossroads, Greencastle; Celine McGonagle, Redcastle and Donal McGee, Slavery, Buncrana .The jackpot next week is 15,700 Euro and the draw will be held in The Arch. A big thank you to all who support our lotto. Lotto can be purchased at following outlets – Costcutter Supermarket, J.J. Kelly’s Supermarket, Kelly’s Shell Shop, Bridie Doherty’s, Simpson’s Supermarket, SUPERVALU and in any pub.Minor Hurling:The minor hurlers play St Eunans in the championship semi-final this Thursday in Foden at 6.45pm.Under 16 Hurling: Carndonagh 6-13; Setanta 5-4.On Thursday night the U16 hurlers reached the U16B county final beating Setanta in the semi final. Carn led at half time by 3-7 to 0-2 but Setanta did not give up in the second half and scored 5-2 to Carn’s 3-6 to leave the final score Carn 6-13 Setanta 5-4. Team Patrick Callaghan, Brian McEleney, Eamonn Harkin, Keenan Callaghan, Enda Callaghan, P.J. Walker, Cathal Doherty (0-5), Dermot Doherty(0-1), Eoghan Kelly, James Monagle (1-0), Danny McCarron(0-1), Nathan McLarkey(0-1), Matthew Porter(5-1), Joseph McKinney(0-1), William Callaghan, Michael Doherty and Shaun McCreanor. They now play McCumhaills in the final on Thursday September 5th.Under 8 and 10 HurlingCarn hosted both the under 8 and under 10 hurling blitz on Sunday in Foden. With five clubs participating at both age groups the field was packed with young hurlers. All players tried their hardest and some fine skill was displayed at both age groups. Carndonagh had two under 10 teams and one under 8 team. A huge effort was put in by everyone and a good day was had by all. Those who played were: U10s- Rihanna Gallagher, Elisha Moyne, Cian Doherty, Olan Mc Laughlin, Meadhbh Butler, Owen Monagle, Mike Nelson, Conor Lafferty, Ronan Browne, Eoin Fowley, Aaron Malarkey, Erin Mc Laughlin Dorina Gillen, Eimear Doherty, and Blaithin Gillen. U8 team: Oran Lafferty, Altan Mc Dermott, Cormac Mc Laughlin Liam Doherty, Danny Diver, Davin Mc Laughlin, Adam Malarkey, John Canney, Bronagh Butler, Ethan Gallagher. The U8 finals day is on next Sunday in Letterkenny Gaels. Players will be notified later in the week. A big thanks you to all the referees on Sunday especially P.J. Walker. Darragh Lafferty, James Monagle and Michael Doherty who refereed all the under 8 games, Thanks to the parents who helped in the kitchen and of course all the coaches who ensured the day was a great success.Under 12 Camogie training is on Monday evenings at 6.30 Hurling/Camogie Summer Camp:The hurling/camogie summer camp was a very successful and enjoyable camp with 64 boys and girls taking part. Many thanks to John Gibbons, Marty McGrath, Stephen Gillespie, Ronan Walsh and Gavin McGrath who ensured that all the boys and girls had an enjoyable time and improved their hurling/camogie skills. Yvonne Byrne Camogie Development Officer attended on Monday & Tuesday with Ulster Council Coach Kevin Himpey attending on Wednesday. A special word of thanks to our club members Catherine Walker, Demi Walker, James Monagle, Michael Doherty, Kerri Doherty &B P.J. Walker who helped out during the week and to all the ladies who helped upstairs everyday.GAA NEWS: CARNDONAGH U-14 GIRLS FINISH LEAGUE IN STYLE was last modified: August 27th, 2013 by John2Share 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)last_img read more