In a hard-fought physical played on Saturday 13th July at the Prisons Court, Cantonment, Kawukudi Warriors succeeded in upsetting Reformers who failed to capitalize on the fact that the game was played on their home court.Once again this game started very slowly in terms of scoring. With 3.44 to go in the first quarter, the game was tied at 3-3. The first quarter ended 6-6.Scoring picked up in the second with at least two lead changes. At the end of the half Reformers had a 2 point lead with the score at 28 – 26.In the third, Warriors guard and former Sprite ball star, Ollenu was reinserted with a heavily bandaged left hand following an injury he sustained in the second quarter. Warriors played catch up most of the third as the scorers on both sides heated up.Reformers forward missed an alley hoop dunk but despite the miss, he literally jumped over a defender! This became a talking point for fans even after the game had ended.The third quarter ended with Warriors up by 5 points – 47 – 42. Reformers began the fourth quarter with a three-pointer and took over the game but managed to lead with only 4 points with about 2 minutes to go. Warriors fought back and tied the game at 58 with 1.47 to go.Down the stretch, Warriors missed a number of free throws but Reformers failed to control the boards. The game ended 63 – 58 in favour of Warriors.
A soldier has again appeared in court charged with explosives offences.Irish Soldier Mark Cassidy leaving Letterkenny courthouse. (NWNewspix)The book of evidence against Mark Cassidy is almost ready, Letterkenny District Court heard today Cassidy of Apartment 3, Grianan Vale, Ballyderowen, Burnfoot, is charged with possession of explosives in suspicious circumstances at the same address on February 17th.He is also charged with unauthorised possession of ammunition.He appeared in court but his barrister Peter Nolan said there would be no application for bail.Inspector Goretti Sheridan said the majority of the work in the investigation has been done with the exception of two forensic reports which are awaited from Dublin.Mr Nolan said he could not oppose an extension of the remand in custody adding that it is “quite a complicated case”.The case was adjourned to Harristown District Court on Friday.BOOK OF EVIDENCE AGAINST SOLDIER IN EXPLOSIVES CASE ALMOST READY was last modified: March 24th, 2014 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:BurnfootdonegalexplosivesMARK CASSIDYsoldier