Jack O'neill

18 Feb 19
Galway United Blog

  Introducing Killian Maher-Dunne, a sports writer and Shamrock Rovers fan, who will be contributing a weekly recap of the Premier Division, as well as a monthly feature article.
 The League of Ireland kicked off this weekend on Friday, 15th of February, and did not fail surprise anyone. The season had been eagerly awaited by […]

18 Feb 19
Listen Up Missy

Rory Gilmore is and always has been my inspiration for life itself and set a goal that I can complete. I want to get to know more classics. As I read I will change the title to a link and add the date of which I completed. LETS GO!! 1. 1984 by George Orwell 2. Adventures of Huckleberry […]

17 Feb 19
Killian's Weekend Review

The League of Ireland kicked off this weekend on Friday, 15th of February, and the League true to it’s word did not fail surprise anyone. The season had been eagerly awaited by all, from the mites of Dundalk under new management in Vinny Perth, to the newly promoted teams of Finn Harps and UCD. Every […]

17 Feb 19
Resurgent Sports

I never really know how to start these kind of posts, but since the NFL season is over and we have entered into the offseason with the draft and free agency shortly around the corner, I thought I’d do a fun little prediction of how I’m thinking each NFL roster will shape up come 2019. […]

17 Feb 19
famousepepole197189

Cast (in credits order)   John C. Reilly … Ralph (voice) Sarah Silverman … Vanellope (voice) Gal Gadot … Shank (voice) Taraji P. Henson … Yesss (voice) Jack McBrayer … Felix (voice) Jane Lynch … Calhoun (voice) Alan Tudyk … KnowsMore (voice) Alfred Molina … Double Dan (voice) Ed O’Neill … Mr. Litwak (voice) Sean Giambrone … The Eboy (voice) Flula Borg … Maybe (voice) Timothy Simons […]

17 Feb 19
famousepepole197189

Cast (in credits order) complete, awaiting verification   John C. Reilly … Ralph (voice) Sarah Silverman … Vanellope (voice) Jack McBrayer … Felix (voice) Jane Lynch … Calhoun (voice) Alan Tudyk … King Candy (voice) Mindy Kaling … Taffyta Muttonfudge (voice) Joe Lo Truglio … Markowski (voice) Ed O’Neill … Mr. Litwak (voice) Dennis Haysbert … General Hologram (voice) Edie McClurg … Mary (voice) Raymond S. Persi […]

17 Feb 19
Football Fragmento

    Here’s a list of League One Players who go out of contract this summer. The first of these lists I published back in November so this list has whittled down after the January transfer window. There’s plenty of good players now available to sign pre contract agreements or will they be released in […]

17 Feb 19
Enigma Horse NAPs

HUNTINGDON Lock’s Corner (1.30) @ 11/4 This 5 year old gelding surged clear after the last to win his PTP in style and was bought by J P McManus for £215,000.  He was the subject of a bidding war including Gigginstown and Paul Nicholls so he was wanted at the sales.  He makes his rules […]

16 Feb 19
Ricky's Film Reviews

Six years after the events of “Wreck-It Ralph,” Ralph and Vanellope, now friends, discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure. Cast John C. Reilly – Ralph Sarah Silverman – Vanellope Gal Gadot – Shank Jack McBrayer – Felix Taraji P. Henson – Yesss Alan Tudyk – KnowsMore Alfred Molina […]

16 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
PATRICK HORGAN struck a whopping 15 frees to sink Clare last night and told them: You got off lightly. The hitman’s haul earned Cork a first Division 1A win of 2018 after starting up their campaign with two defeats. Patrick Horgan scored 16 points as Cork beat Clare And Horgan reckons if the Banner County defenders had failed to foul the Rebel County attackers, there would have been a goal glut instead of a dead-ball deluge. He said: “To be fair, we were being fouled. “There could have been a lot more damage to Clare if they hadn’t been frees and if they didn’t pull us down. “I think we were through for goal two or three times in the second half and they pulled us down. The Rebels earned their first win of the campaign “We kept tipping them over and we’ll take them if they’re given. Dead balls were a big part of the game. Whenever we can take it, we’ll take the win and move on. I wouldn’t say it’s a win we really needed. At this time of the year everyone trains hard. “It’s just get to the games and give the best performance you can give. “I suppose one win out of three isn’t great for us, we’d have been looking for more, but at the same time we know we’re building and we’ll get better every week.” In a strange game at Páirc Uí Rinn, Cork pulled two points clear in the 68th minute after a pair of Horgan frees. Their only other scorers were returning captain Séamus Harnedy — who hit 1-1, with his goal quite lucky — Daniel Kearney, Jamie Coughlan and Tim O’Mahony. Tony Kelly brought it back to a one-point game with his sixth score but then Horgan teed up O’Mahony to shoot over, before striking his 16th point to round things off himself. The result means that, before today’s games, there is a five-way tie for second place behind leaders Limerick. In all, the teams were level 13 times. One of those occasions was at half-time but only thanks to Harnedy’s fortunate effort in the 22nd minute. Yet Cork stepped it up after the break, with Horgan adding: “Were we with the wind or against it in the first? It was kind of strange. “I think it suited us in the second half the way the teams lined up. We seemed to have a lot of space coming up the field, we used it to our advantage and thankfully we got a few scores out of it and that was probably the winning and the losing of it in the end.” Tony Kelly in action against Tim O’Mahony While Cork had been ­second-best, Clare were crisp — with Kelly the orchestrator. Full-forward John Conlon made the most of what came his way with three first-half points including the opener, following a fine catch from a Kelly sideline puck. It was 0-5 to 0-2 by the 18th minute, with Horgan replying from a free before Kelly got his second after some beautiful interplay with Colm Galvin. But for a couple of wasted Peter Duggan frees, the Banner would have been in even more control. In contrast, Cork were struggling to ­sparkle, with David McInerney on top in the Clare defence. The goal was a fluke. Harnedy — playing his first game of the year — had been part of the backroom team for the successful Midleton CBS team in the Dr Harty Cup final earlier in the day at the same venue. He intended to launch a delivery towards the full-forward line but Clare’s debutant goalkeeper Keith Hogan lost sight of the dropping ball. Despite the efforts of Clare corner-back Jack Browne to clear off the line, the umpires adjudged the ball to have crossed the line — 1-3 to 0-6. Clare responded, Duggan sending over a free with ­Diarmuid Ryan also on target. Horgan and Conlon traded points but it was 33 minutes until Cork’s first from play arrived, their top scorer again splitting the posts before another dead-ball effort after Conor Lehane was fouled. He put the Rebels ahead three minutes after the interval, converting after being fouled, but Kelly levelled. The duo went back and forth once more before Coughlan finally shared the Cork scoring load — yet ­Galvin pegged him back. Duggan put Clare back in front on 47, moments after wasting a chance, but Kearney responded after a good Aidan Walsh hook on McInerney. Another Duggan free flew over before Cork had a goal chance through Lehane, whose shot was stopped by Rory Hayes. Harnedy pointed as the ball came loose from that, 1-11 to 0-14, with 20 minutes left. And while Galvin and Kelly put Clare ahead again, Horgan closed the gap. Galvin landed his fourth point on 57 but Horgan got his 11th to make it 1-14 to 0-17 at the hour mark. Duggan put Clare ahead again but that man Horgan reeled them in with a free. Conlon struck on 62 but it was the last time Clare led. Horgan made it 1-16 to 0-19 and though Kelly looked to have restored Clare’s advantage with a point from a tight angle, it was waved wide after initially being declared over. Horgan — whose two points finally provided daylight — told eir Sport: “We just thought in this one, being at home in Páirc Uí Rinn, playing against Clare, it’s always a shootout with them and it suits us. “I think we got what we deserved out of the game. We seemed to create a lot of chances. Even for goals in the second half, they pulled us down, but we took the ­chances when we got them. “And thankfully at the end, when the ref blew the whistle, we were up. It’s nice.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SPORT” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] CORK: A Nash; S O’Donoghue, D Cahalane, S McDonnell; C Joyce, T O’Mahony 0-1, D Griffin; C Murphy, B Cooper; D Kearney 0-1, S Harnedy 1-1, C Lehane; J Coughlan 0-1, A Walsh, P Horgan 0-16, 15f. Subs: L Meade for Murphy 49 mins, D Browne for Griffin 60, A Cadogan for Coughlan 60. CLARE: K Hogan; J Browne, D McInerney, R Hayes; D Fitzgerald, C Cleary, C Malone; S Golden, C Galvin; P Duggan 0-4, 3f, 1 65, T Kelly 0-6, D Ryan 0-2; I Galvin 0-4, J Conlon 0-4, P Collins. Subs: R Taylor for Golden 53 mins, C Guilfoyle for Duggan 61, M O’Neill for Collins 63, A McCarthy for Fitzgerald 65. REFEREE: J Ryan (Tipperary).
16 Feb 19
NTA NET

NTA NET English Literature MCQs:- 1. The novel in which the hero is born only after the book is half way through. A) Pamela B) Moll Flanders C) Tristram Shandy D) Shamela Ans. C 2. To whom does the remark, “the well of English undefiled” refer to? A) Philip Sidney B) William Langland C) Christopher […]

16 Feb 19

An eye for an eye… Colonel Frank Simmons has never been a friend to SG-1. Working for the shadowy government organization, the NID, he has hatched a horrifying plan to create an army as devastatingly effective as that of any Goa’uld. And he will stop at nothing to fulfill his ruthless ambition, even if that […]

16 Feb 19
Buffalo Theatre Guide

His party was trying to re-elect him as President. Then there was a break in. A secret informant. Lies. The power of the press. A landmark resignation. A work of fine fiction? No. Welcome to the United States of America, circa 1972-74, when the Committee to Re-elect the President orchestrated the break in of the […]