Brosnan confirmed for steering committee

first_imgNewsLocal NewsBrosnan confirmed for steering committeeBy admin – May 24, 2012 523 Facebook Twitter Advertisement Previous articleO’Dea moves to keep 70 jobs at ShannonNext articleEnts notes admin Linkedincenter_img FINANCE Minister, Michael Noonan has confirmed that the new airport steering group will be headed by Denis Brosnan, as reported by the Limerick Post last week.The Minister was in Limerick for a tree-planting ceremony at the site of the new unit for the Midwest Regional Hospital.Asked about the make-up of the new steering group which will determine the future of Shannon airport, he said:Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It hasn’t been confirmed but as far as I know, the names that are published are correct”.The minister added that the relevant government departments “will be well represented on the board”. Email Print WhatsApplast_img

Syracuse losing streak extends to 4 with 4-0 loss to St. Lawrence

first_imgSyracuse’s losing streak extended to four games on Saturday night, as the Orange lost, 4-0, to No. 8 St. Lawrence (9-6-1, 4-0-0 Eastern College Athletic) in the WindJammer Classic consolation game. The 4-0 loss represented the second-straight night that SU (4-10-1, 4-3-0 College Hockey America) was shut out. The Orange lost 2-0 to Vermont yesterday on the first night of the WindJammer Classic. SU goalie Maddi Welch made 26 saves but struggled in the second period, in which she allowed all four St. Lawrence goals. The Saints scored all four of their goals in the span of 10 minutes, and they all came on even strength. Though Syracuse has previously struggled on faceoffs, SU had the advantage in that facet, 34 to 22. The Orange were outshot 20 to 30 in the loss. Right wing Anonda Hoppner recorded a team-high five shots. The junior leads the Orange in shots with 46 in 15 games. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s leading goal-scorer Emma Polaski did not register a shot in the game and was on the ice for three of St. Lawrence’s four goals. Syracuse is now 0-7-1 against out of conference opponents and 0-5 versus top-10 foes. The Orange will get a chance to remedy that on Dec. 1 when they travel to Madison, Wisconsin for two games against No. 1 Wisconsin. Published on November 24, 2018 at 7:35 pm Contact Danny: [email protected] | @DannyEmerman Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

Georgia lands 5-star shooting guard Anthony Edwards

first_imgHe noted Georgia coach Tom Crean’s relationship with two NBA stars as a factor in his decision. “Two of my favorite players, Dwyane Wade and Victor Oladipo, were coached by Tom Crean,” Edwards said after his livestreamed announcement on CBSSports.com. “He’s a great coach with player development. When I went to a game (at Georgia), I felt the fans and the gym, everybody showing love, it felt like I was home.” Arizona assistant’s suspension linked to Shareef O’Neal’s transcripts, report says Crean, in his first year at Georgia, coached Wade at Marquette and Oladipo at Indiana.By landing Edwards, Georgia’s 2019 recruiting class — which previously included two four-star commitments in Jaykwon Walton and Toumani Camara — leapfrogged from 39th in the country to 12th, according to 247Sports.Edwards reclassified in November from the class of 2020 ahead of the season at Atlanta’s Holy Spirit Academy, where he is averaging 26.7 points, 8.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.1 steals a game and also shooting 38 percent from 3-point range. Five-star prospect Anthony Edwards, the No. 2 player in the recruiting class of 2019, according to 247Sports’ Composite Rankings, committed Monday morning to Georgia.The nation’s top-ranked shooting guard out of Atlanta, Edwards chose the in-state Bulldogs over SEC rival Kentucky and Florida State of the ACC. Related Newslast_img