GAA NEWS: SEAN MacCUMHAILLS NOTES

first_imgSENIOR FOOTBALL MANAGEMENT TEAM 2013Sean Mac Cumhaills are happy to announce the Senior Football management team for the 2013 season. Brendan Dunleavy and Gary Gallen ,with Shane Mc Nulty as selector will take charge of the senior footballers whilst Gareth Doherty, Paddy Clohessy and Paddy Kelly will take the Reserve team. We wish them the best of luck and success for the coming season. We would like to thank last years management team of Pat Mc Nabb, Mickey McMahon, PJ Mc Ardle and Seamus Lynch for all their hard work.MINI STRICTLY COME DANCING Congratulations to all the children who took part in the final of the Mini Strictly. A brilliant evening of entertainment was had by all. Well done to Anna Mc Cauley and Cian Gallagher who won the individual competition and to Cappry Rovers who won the group section. Well done to all the children,who danced their socks off. Thanks to the Villa Rose for hosting Strictly and to all the organisers for a wonderful nightBAG PACKING IN SUPERVALUA massive thanks to all the children, parents and coaches who took part in the bag packing day in Supervalu. You’re hard work made this fundraiser a major success. Thanks to Charlie Ferry and all the staff in SuperValu for their continued support. .SENIOR HURLING MANAGERCLG Sean Mac Cumhaill are seeking to fill the position of Senior Hurling team Manager for the 2013 season.Any interested parties please forward their details to club secretary Peter Moloney by post to Peter Moloney ,Secretary Sean Maccumhaill GAA ,Dunwiley ,Stranorlar Ballybofey or email [email protected] no later than Monday December 24.WHITE COLLAR BOXINGWe are planning to hold a white collar fight night fund raising event in the New Year. Anyone interested in taking part, help with the organising or just avail of the training then please contact Joe Dunnion on 086 8138244. Training takes place every Wed night at 9.10pm and Sunday mornings at 10.00am. €3 per session. Every club member is invited to take part.All welcome.FOR SALE We have club bags for sale. €15. Ideal for school bags. We also stock Mac Cumhaills shorts, socks and water bottles. Great as stocking fillers. Contact Alan Martin 08617238993G ASTRO TURF PITCHState of the art 3G Astro pitch is available. Please contact Terry O Reilly(0866095347) for times etcMAC CUMHAILLS LOTTO There were no winners of the lotto this week. Numbers were 18,22,25 and 29There was 0 match 3 winners.Three names pulled out were Anne Levin, Sarah Louise Connaghan and Eoghan Mc MenaminThey each receive €30.€2 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €100€5 weekly or a yearly subscription for the Club Lotto is €240.Contact any club committee member for detailsThe jackpot will be €2700 next weekIF YOU’RE NOT IN, YOU CAN’T WIN!!!!!!!SIGNS.Anyone wishing to take a sign in a prime location on a gable wall, please contact Alan Or Peter.MAC CUMHAILL’S BINGOMac Cumhaill’s Weekly Bingo is in the Villa Rose Hotel this week at 8.30pm. Everyone Welcome.We would also like to thank Alice Bonner for her continued support. Alice has kindly sponsored a hamper every week at the bingo.CLUB MEETING’SClub meetings will be held on the Last Monday of every Month at the Clubhouse. Any person wishing to get involved in the club please come along or contact any member.CLUBHOUSE BARThe Clubhouse bar is now taking bookings for parties: Contact Simon at 085 1503092 for more informationGAA NEWS: SEAN MacCUMHAILLS NOTES was last modified: December 31st, 2012 by StephenShare 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:Sean MacCumhaills Club noteslast_img read more

‘Phishers’ net big catch

first_img Use anti-virus software and a firewall. Doing so could protect a user from accepting unwanted files that could harm a computer or track a consumer’s Internet activities. Don’t e-mail personal or financial information. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals The study found that nearly three-quarters of those surveyed, 74 percent, use their computers for sensitive transactions such as banking, stock trading or reviewing medical information. That leaves phishers with a good chunk of Internet users to target, Platt said. Platt said too many people still don’t have adequate computer security to guard against viruses, hackers and other threats. The study found that 81 percent of home PCs lacked at least one of three critical protections – updated anti-virus software, spyware protection and a secure firewall. The researchers conducted in-home interviews with more than 350 Internet users nationwide. The researchers also reviewed the e-mails received by those households. The Federal Trade Commission has several tips to keep from getting hooked by phishers: If you get an e-mail asking for personal information, call the company directly or type in the company’s correct Web address. Do not click on the link provided in the e-mail. WASHINGTON – About one Internet user in every four is hit each month with e-mail scams aimed at getting sensitive personal information from unsuspecting consumers, a new report says. Of those receiving the phony e-mails, most – seven in 10, or 70 percent – were fooled and thought they might be from legitimate companies, according to the report released Wednesday on a study of Internet security and “phishing” scams. America Online and the National Cyber Security Alliance commissioned the study of phishing in which e-mails appear to come from banks or other trusted businesses. Supposedly to verify existing accounts, recipients might be induced to type personal details, such as credit card information, into a Web site disguised to appear legitimate. “What’s happening is that more and more people are actually engaging in transactions online that would generate e-mail traffic that the scammers are copycatting,” said Tatiana Platt, senior vice president at AOL, which is a unit of New York-based Time Warner Inc. last_img read more