“You can’t sit back and hope that he loses because that’s not going to happen a lot.” Roddick is off to a 16-3 start in 2007, but looking for his first title. Each of his threedefeats came at the hands of the eventual tournament champion, including a loss to Federer in the Australian Open semifinals, a semifinal loss to Andy Murray at San Jose, and a runner-up finish to Tommy Haas at Memphis. Roddick also won both his matches in the United States’ 4-1 victory last month over the Czech Republic in the first round of Davis Cup play. Blake, asked what went wrong in his match against Benneteau, said, “Everything.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! No. 3 Roddick finished the match on a sweltering afternoon in the desert with a crosscourt forehand winner that the Belgian couldn’t reach. Roddick thrust his fist into the air briefly in triumph, then used his shirt to wipe the sweat soaking his face. Julien Benneteau of France bounced another highly ranked American, No. 6 James Blake, out of the tournament with a 6-2, 7-6 (1) victory in their third-round match. Blake had trouble keeping the ball in play, committing 41 unforced errors to Benneteau’s 18. Guillermo Canas, who a day earlier upset Roger Federer to end the Swiss star’s winning streak at 41 matches, was ousted by Carlos Moya in the third round. Moya beat Canas 6-4, 6-4. No. 2 Rafael Nadal beat Fernando Verdasco 6-4, 6-4 in their night match, running his record to 5-0 against his fellow Spaniard. In men’s doubles, second-seeded Mike and Bob Bryan, of Camarillo, were knocked out in the first round by Robert Lindstedt and Jarko Neiminen 6-4, 6-4. Roddick said having Federer, who has won the tournament the past three years, eliminated is both a plus and a minus. “I want to beat Roger. Obviously, it helps out everybody, it takes the toughest player out of the draw,” Roddick said. “But at the same time, I’m going to have to figure it out one of these times anyway. INDIAN WELLS – Andy Roddick served 18 aces, oneclocked at 147 mph, on his way to a 6-3, 7-6 (5) victory over Olivier Rochus in the third round of the Pacific Life Open on Monday. Roddick overcame 33unforced errors with his strong serve and well-placed forehands. Rochus made 12fewer unforced errors than his American opponent, but did not have a single ace.
Tir Chonaill RFC travelled down to Donegal town to play their seconds in the Ulster minor league north.The weather held up well but a strong wind blowing across the field made for a day of hard kicking.Donegal kicked off into the wind and an energetic Tir Chonaill side plucked it out of the air to run straight at the home side.Some quick passing out wide caught out the home defense with big Shaun Doogan bursting through the gap only to be caught in their 22 metre line,from the resulting lineout Tir Chonaill won possesion and with some outstanding passing and quick off loads saw Adrian TOPGUN O’ Colla score his first try for the club this season which went unconverted.Score 5-0. Donegal kicked off again and with a quick catch Tir Chonaill stormed at the home defense again with great recycling and passing of the ball but the ref blew up for an offside in the ruck and Paul Gallagher converted the penalty.Score 8-0.Just before the break Tir Chonaill broke through again with some great running off the ball it found its way to Conor Shovlin to score his first try also in only his second game in the black and white colours which went unconverted.Score 13-0 at the breakSpirits were high in the Tir Chonaill camp and the team talk was blunt and straight to the point which was to go on and finish the game off. Tir Chonaill kicked off the second half into the strong wind and the home side drove in numbers and from the back of the scrum the home side launched a massive kick up into touch at the 22,Donegal won possesion from the lineout and bulldozed there way through the defense and over the line to put them back in the game again it went unconverted .Score 13-5. That was as good as it got for home side as Tir Chonaill turned on the style with some great passing and running off the ball which led to the away side scoring a handful of tries from Jason Greene, Conor Shovlin,Adrian o’ Colla and Ciaran McCann and one conversion from the resilient Paul Gallagher.With the home team losing 4 players through bad injuries and down to 13 men the referee blew the final whistle.A thoroughly enjoying game of rugby and a very physical encounter between the donegal rivals but all in good spirit at the final whistle.Big thank you to Donegal Town on there hospitality on the day and always a pleasure to play them.A whole team effort from Tir Chonaill with some great performances from the North West side.Final Score Tir Chonaill RFC 35-5 Donegal Town rfc 2nds Earlier in the day the minis of Tir chonaill travelled up to the same venue for an all county blitz which everyone in the team put in huge effort and saw great positives come out of it with some outstanding performances by the youngsters from the north west. Training for minis and youths resumes on tues at 6pm in Carrickfinn beside Donegal airport and followed by the seniors at 7pm all new members are welcome. RUGBY NEWS: TIR CHONAILL RFC was last modified: October 2nd, 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:Tir Chonaill RFC notes
GAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9.00pm In St Mary’s Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome.Match & Win for 26/11/2012 No’s Drawn 7,14,19,20 No Jackpot Winner Next Weeks Jackpot Is €620, €15 Consolation Winners Were Conor Friel Dunaff, Lexie & Ann c/o Bingo, Helen Toland Gaddyduff Clonmany, Lorcan McCarron Ballintrieve Drumfries, Bernard Davis Urrismana. Club Meeting Wednesday 28th November at 8pm All Members Welcome.Duck Race – The Clubs Annual Duck Race Is On St Stephens Day On Binion River At 1pm. The ducks will be launched off the walk over bridge at Binnion River and the race will run towards the mouth of the sea. There are prizes for the first 3 ducks to finish of €150,€100 and €50. Contact Alan 0879029672 or Adrian 0879810304 to get your duck cost is €5.00. Senior Dinner Dance In The Ballyliffen Hotel On Friday 11th January 2013 Music By The Glenshane Country Band Tickets €25.Results: Seniors – Naomh Columba 3-10 Urris 2-9. Reserves: Naomh Columba 0-5 Urris 4-9.The Under 16 Boys were in Carndonagh on Friday Night To Play In A Long Awaited Final Against Moville Unfortunately It Was Not Their Night Losing By 5 points Urris 3-12 Moville 3-17.Fixtures: No details available for week end at this time.A.G.M – This year’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Sunday, December 9th in the Day Centre, Cleagh. The AGM will get underway at 6.00pm and all club members are urged to do their best to attend on the night. Anyone who wishes to have motions considered on the night must have them with David Hession on or before Saturday, November 24th.2013 will be a very important year for the club and having a strong committee in place is essential in seeing the club prosper over the coming 12 months.Club Merchandise – Contact Alan Friel 0879029672.Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie. Any items for the notes please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening.GAA NEWS: URRIS CLUB NOTES was last modified: November 26th, 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:Urris GAA club notes
Donegal supporters have taken to Twitter and Facebook to vent their fury at the so-called Donegal supporters who have labelled the team an ’embarrassment’ and have called for Jim McGuinness to step aside following Sunday’s crushing 16 point defeat to Mayo. Jim McGuinnessThe real Donegal supporters are furious with fans they call “Bandwagon fans” who only support the team when things are going well and are usually the first to criticise the players and management when results don’t go in their favour.Some of these so-called supporters posted on Facebook. “Well that was embarrassing, it doesn’t get much worse than that, total joke, systems are fine until they meet superior alternatives, we couldn’t adapt to what was happening, we were found out and teams now know how to beat us and beat us easily at that, changes needed now!!,” said one.“Players don’t care they’ve been partying all year and some speculation that partying has continued throughout the summer. Players looked flat and so did Jim, we couldn’t do anything to stop what was happening, surely one of the worst performances ever from All-Ireland champions, terrible stuff,” said another.“We’re back to the dark old days of leaving Croke Park with 20 minutes left to play getting hammered, how have we got so bad in such a short space of time, management and players need to take a long hard look at themselves.”Donegal supporters stunned by these posts that were becoming a recurring feature of content on their Facebook timeline responded. One wrote: “Some fans didn’t take long to get off the bandwagon, the only embarrassment is the fact they call themselves fans, the boys owe us nothing and they have been unreal for the last 3 years and they expect to get abuse of their own so-called supporters disgrace. This team will be back!!”Another wrote: “Some fans are a joke, couldn’t wait to get on Facebook and slate these boys that have brought pride to their county, they are all legends and need our support NOW when there hurting after such a defeat, people have short memories and people calling for Jim McGuinness to step away need to be taking away by the men in white coats #lunatics”Other posts include:“Donegal will be back, today was a bad day we’ll get over it you don’t win an All-Ireland in the fashion we did and become a bad team overnight, the bandwagon brigade should be ashamed of themselves, THESE BOYS OWE US NOTHING!! Proud to be from Donegal, Jim and the boys will be back next year. #Donegalforsam2014“Come on guys Jim took us from rock bottom to the summit within two years, the man is a genius and him and this group of players will be back as good as ever next year.” “Let’s be proud of their achievements over the last 3 years and support them now when they need it most.”DONEGAL SUPPORTERS FURIOUS WITH “BANDWAGON FANS” was last modified: August 6th, 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)Tags:Bandwagon BrigadeCroke ParkdonegalFacebookFuriousResponseSupportersTwitter
DONEGAL North East Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn was involved in a political duel with a Fine Gael TD on TV3 last night.Deputy MacLochlainn praised Limerick TD Kieran O’Donnell on Tonight with Vincent Browne for getting proposed cuts to disability payments reviewed.Deputy O’Donnell and local TD Joe McHugh had led a revolt against measures which would have seen severely disabled people lose their benefits. But the Sinn Fein TD accused Fine Gael: “In ancient China there was a form of capital punishment called ‘death by a thousand cuts’ and that is what you are doing to this country.”The Inishowen man said “fair play to you for fighting the cuts on disability” but said Fine Gael had failed to tax the rich, adding: “The top 1% in this country own 20% of the wealth and nothing was taken off them.”The budget, instead he said, was an attack on “lone parents, families and ordinary people.”© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights Reserved The copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law. Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comMacLOCHLAINN IN TV3 DUEL WITH FINE GAEL TD was last modified: December 7th, 2011 by BrendaShare 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:DONEGAL North East Deputy Padraig MacLochlainnTonight with Vincent Browne
ST Eunan’s College gaelic footballers have set up an all-Donegal final for this year’s MacLarnon Cup.The Letterkenny lads put on a masterful display in Garvaghey, Co Tyrone, tonight to ease past Belfast’s St Malachy’s College in the semi-final of the tournament.It sets up a mouth-watering final clash with Colaisti Inis Eoghain who won their semi-final last week. St Eunan’s dominated right through the game, winning 4-10 to 0-05 with goals from David Tyrell, Niall O’Donnell, Dara McDaid and Rory Carr.Fifteen-year-old corner forward O’Donnell was our man of the match, with a superb display from McDaid. HISTORY MAKERS AS ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE SET UP ALL-DONEGAL MacLARNON CUP FINAL was last modified: February 26th, 2014 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) Tags:MacLarnon CupSaint Eunan’s CollegeSt Malachy’s College Belfast
A Kildare woman is hoping to pay forward some generosity she received by helping children in Inishowen.Orla Mayock suffered her own disaster when her Montessori Preschool in Maynooth was destroyed in a fire in May.Everything in the nursery was destroyed, but Orla received overwhelming kindness from people in her community who donated toys and educational materials. She had two van loads of goods in storage in the hope of using them again in September. However as the new term came along Orla was unable to reopen her school. She now wants to share the many donations she received with the children of Inishowen.Homes, schools and businesses faced unimaginable destruction in the flash flooding of August 22nd in Inishowen. After reading of the victim’s plight, Orla made contact with a local childminder in Moville to offer two van loads of toys.“It is such a lovely gesture even after her own disaster with her preschool,” said Angelina Mc Laughlin, who’s childminding business was unaffected by the flooding. Orla’s message to Angelina shares the story of her own misfortune and extends an offer of help to preschools and creches in Inishowen.Orla wrote: “I know the community here would be more than delighted to help and pass them on to ye if we could. Please let me know if anyone or indeed yourselves would benefit from the use of these toys.”Angelina has shared Orla’s message on social media in the hope of finding a school or playgroup which will benefit from the donations. If you work in a school affected by flooding and require these resources, please email Angelinadoherty@yahoo.comKindhearted woman seeks to help Inishowen children with toy donations was last modified: September 6th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:CommunityDonationsInishowen floods
A Portland, Oregon, architectural firm is planning an eight-story condo building that would become the tallest structure in the country to be built with cross-laminated timber (CLT), an alternative to conventional steel-and-concrete construction.The building, called Carbon 12, was designed by PATH Architecture and recently won a $45,000 grant from Oregon BEST and the newly formed National Center for Advanced Wood Products Manufacturing and Design. The grant will help with acoustic and moisture testing.CLT is an emerging technology in which panels up to 10 feet tall, 60 feet long and 18 inches thick are made by gluing dimensional lumber together in perpendicular layers. Panels can be used for walls, floors and roofs. Proponents say the panels are an untapped resource of green building because they make use of short pieces of lumber and, unlike steel and concrete, sequester carbon.The material has proved popular in Europe, Oregon BEST said, but U.S. architects and builders have been stymied by requirements for added documentation, unusual modeling requirements and building code hurdles. And the panels are hard to get — an Oregon company, D.R. Johnson, is apparently the country’s only producer of panels certified for structural applications, at least so far. RELATED ARTICLES Can Wood Replace Concrete and Steel in Skyscrapers?CrossLam Cross Laminated TimberX-LAM Cross-Laminated Timber Carbon 12 will top U.S. height records, but an 18-story CTL building is underway in Vancouver, Canada and should be completed next year.
Lewis McGregor is a certified BlackMagic Design DaVinci Resolve Trainer.Looking for more information on Resolve? Check out these articles.How to Create a Realistic Lens Flare in DaVinci ResolveWorking with DaVinci Resolve 14’s Powerful Face Refinement Plug-inCheck Out The Newest Audio Features in Resolve’s Edit PageLearn How To Create A ‘Deakinizer’ Tilt-Shift Effect In ResolveMaster Resolve’s Built-In Film Grain with This Rundown The changes that come with software updates can take weeks to fully uncover. Here’s what’s different in DaVinci Resolve 14’s Media Page.When the new version of a popular piece of software gets released, everyone rushes to see the shiny new gizmos that will, most certainly, increase efficiency and output. However, it’s only over the course of the weeks that follow that you start discovering all the slight internal changes that roll out with the new version — to your benefit or detriment.Let’s have a look at some of the subtler changes you’ll find on the media page — and how you can use them or deactivate them.Live ViewIn previous versions, when you hovered over the thumbnail in the media page, you could scrub through a mini-preview of the clip within the thumbnail itself. In Resolve 14, this is slightly different. When you hover over the thumbnail, the thumbnail preview now jumps to the preview monitor.At first, this may seem like a great feature, and I’m sure to many it is. You get a quick preview, and you can see the content instead of squinting at the small thumbnail. However, it’s also the cause of much confusion. Here’s why.In the still below, we can see that clip P1011142 is the active clip because it’s outlined in red. However, in the preview monitor, we see a preview of P1011151 because the mouse cursor is currently over that clip in the media storage panel (circled in blue). I might like what I see with P1011151 and decide I want to scrub through the clip more precisely, which I can do with the scrub button (circled in yellow).Yet, when I move the cursor away from the thumbnail to the scrub button, the preview monitor jumps back to the selected clip and not P1011151. That’s because the thumbnail we were hovering over wasn’t actually selected.Secondly, if your clips carry sound from the camera itself, the live view also plays back the audio. If you’re working with a DSLR and listening to its unfiltered camera sound, you’re only going to hear unpleasant, choppy sound bites.You may find this new feature useful, or an annoyance. If you find it beneficial to your media management, then there’s nothing you need to do as it’s on by default. If you find yourself annoyed by the constant sound stream and intrusive clips in the preview monitor, you can turn it off by clicking the ellipsis above the preview monitor and selecting Live View off.Open In New WindowOne of my previous quarrels with Resolve 12.5 was that you couldn’t open folders in new windows like you could in Premiere Pro. There may be a situation when I want to see what’s in both bins (folders). Previously, you could only open one bin at a time. In 14, that’s changed. If you right-click on a bin in the media pool and select open in new window, the bin will then pop out into its own window.The beauty here is that you can virtually stack as many panels as your screen can accommodate. If your master bin has three bins, Scene 1, Scene 2, and Audio, you can open all three bins at the same time and compare the media in each bin. Like browsing folders on Windows, you can move back a bin level and switch bins within the pop-out window itself.Create A Bin From A ClipCreating a bin isn’t a strenuous task. You right-click in the media pool or within the bin panel, select add bin, and you then drag the desired clips into the bin. This is perhaps one of the more straightforward tasks outside of clicking play. However, Blackmagic has been kind enough to make this job even quicker and more precise by offering the option to create a bin from a clip itself. Just right-click the clip, and select Create Bin From Clip. Upon choosing that function, the clip goes automatically into a new bin. You can also perform this task by selecting multiple clips.Double windowWhile this isn’t directly a media page feature, I do want to mention the ability to have a single preview window on the edit page. In previous versions of Resolve, the only way to have a single preview window was to open the effects panel open along with the metadata or inspector. This took up too much user interface space, and as a result, the source monitor collapsed — and you were left with just the timeline monitor. More of a defensive action rather than a direct user input. In Resolve 14, you can close the source monitor by hitting this button.
Businessmen from Canada and Gujarat will partner to promote small businesses in the agriculture, food processing, ICT, financial services and renewable energy among others in both the places. Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) and Indo Canadian Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) on Tuesday renewed their previous Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in this regard.ICCC president Dhanjal Kanwar highlighted ICCC’s India Mission 2018, that is focused on cooperation and collaboration among small businesses, bilateral investment opportunities and invited Indian companies to visit Canada. “Now there will be frequent visits by delegations of both parties. Canada wants to reduce its reliance on USA as a trading partner and is looking at various options. It has well developed capacities in renewable energy, food processing and niche technologies. However, one clear objective is to support small businesses from both sides,” said Shailesh Patwari, president of GCCI.Read it at DNA Related Items