The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has sharply reacted to the recent audit report from the General Auditing Commission (GAC) on the Ministry.MFDP said the Commission “chose the path to the style of the sensational rather than an objective and professional reporting.” According to the Ministry, this way of doing things has now become the standard practice of the GAC.GAC in its audit reported by some media outlets, accused the MFDP Minister Amara Konneh and his Comptroller and Accountant General of not providing supporting documentations for some transactions. “We noted during the audit that out of the total selected sample of US$4,123 payment transactions, the Comptroller and Accountant General did not provide supporting documents for US$3,419 payment transactions for various components in the financial statements amounting to US$209,790,651.04,” GAC report said.The GAC audit report, which contains this statement, is the Special Procurement Audit Report of the Ministry of Public Works and the Audit Report of the Consolidated Financial Statement of the government for the Fiscal Year 2012/13. The Ministry said while it views the GAC reports as being “critical to our collective determination to improve the public financial management system of the government, our attention has been drawn to a number of conclusions derived from the report and reported on by the media to the effect that public resources have either been unaccounted for or abused. These very disturbing insinuations could and should have been prevented had the Commission acted reasonably in incorporating some of the pertinent clarifications provided by the MFDP.”However, MFDP said it remained committed to implementing the recommendations of the audit exercise and has, as a matter of policy, begun instituting some of the recommendations as contained in the Auditor General’s report. The Ministry also charged that for the GAC’s audits to be seen as credible, “the basis for institutional improvements, handling of the audit process has to be treated with the outmost degree of professionalism, mutual respect and good faith for system improvement.” “In this respect, the MFDP wishes to register for the record, a number of issues raised in the audit report that are not only questionable and in some instances laughable, but creates a misleading impression that either public resources have been squandered or the public trust compromised.”Included in its response, the Ministry listed four areas, including audit integrity, material issues with Public Works Audit, material issues with audit report of the Consolidated Financial Statement and ancillary issues, which it said need clarification because of some of the confusing conclusions stemming from the Auditor General’s report. The Ministry’s press release is published in detail on pages eight and nine of today’s edition.One internal auditor, a public financial analyst, who asked to remain anonymous, rhetorically asked when contacted for his opinion on the audit, “Why should everyone have problems with the GAC audit reports? It needs to look at the ways, methods and procedures of its material gathering.” He, however, noted that it is also a human tendency to “cry wolf.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Story Links Fresno Pacific then led twice by one goal before the Blues rallied to take a 8-7 lead with two minutes remaining in the game. However, a major miscue on defence allowed the Sunbirds to force overtime with seconds remaining. The Blues have a double header on tap Saturday with games against the host Cal Lutheran Lancers and Occidental University Tigers today. They wrap up the trip on Sunday (Feb. 25) with a tilt against the Cal State East Bay Pioneers. The women lost some intensity and focus in the second quarter, which allowed the Sunbirds to even the score at 3-3 going into the half. Miroslavic led all scorers with five goals while freshmen Caitlyn Tiedje (Calgary) and Amber Masse (San Jose, California) and sophomore Kassie Fraser (Vancouver) netted singles. Sophomore goalie Rachael Jaffe (Irvine, California) had a stellar game stopping three breakaways and making five steals to go along with her 14 saves. Ana Miroslavic’s registered natural hat-trick on her first three shots to push the Blues out in front 3-0 midway through the first quarter. Toronto maintained a 3-1 after the opening quarter. It was the Blues sixth contest on their California competition tour. The undermanned squad were missing three starters and three substitutes, which hurt the team’s ability to finish off games. Earlier results included a 7-6 win over Redlands University and losses against Top 25 ranked teams San Diego State (13-6), Cal State Northridge (13-3), Azusa Pacific (13-1) and Cal Baptist (11-6). The University of Toronto women’s water polo team started off the Tina Finali weekend tournament at Cal Lutheran University with a tough 9-8 overtime loss to the Fresno Pacific University Sunbirds. For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics. Print Friendly Version
“It was pretty bad,” he said. “We had noticed some rutting where the asphalt starts to give way.” So far, the city hasn’t received much in the way of complaints from drivers about the construction work, which has at times turned a four-lane road into two lanes, Forster sad. “We make sure the excavation done in the day is brought back up,” he said, referring to the process of filling up the excavation so that the street can be used by cars. Forster urged drivers to remain patient. “Just take your time and remain cool,” he advised. “We’ll get it done.” Officials and students at Biola University, the biggest employer on the boulevard, have not had complaints, said Rae Lynn Rucker, media relations coordinator for the school. “It hasn’t had a significant impact,” she said. “Most people enter Biola through Biola Avenue.” A new traffic signal at Alicante Road and left-turn phasing for the signal at City Hall are needed because Splash, the city new aquatic center, is expected to open in June, Forster said. People who will visit Splash are expected to drive in through the city gymnasium on Alicante Road or the south City Hall entrance, he said. firstname.lastname@example.org (562)698-0955, Ext. 3022 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! LA MIRADA – Drivers using La Mirada Boulevard may want to consider an alternate route this summer as the busy thoroughfare undergoes a $2 million face-lift. The boulevard already is under construction, with one lane on both sides closed in some parts. Work isn’t expected to be completed until the end of August, officials said. The repaving project also will include the installation of a traffic signal at Alicante Road, and left-turn phasing for the signal at City Hall. The work is needed because the street hasn’t been completely repaved in 20 years, said Steve Forster, La Mirada’s public works director.
165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORWALK – Local residents can donate old cell phones from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays at the Norwalk Senior Center, 14040 San Antonio Drive. Materials in cell phones are valuable for recycling, officials say, and cell phones that end up in landfills leak dangerous chemicals. So far, the PREP: Phone Recycling Enhancement Program has raised more than $300 to enhance programming at the senior center. For more information, call (562) 929-5580.
11 2. Branislav Ivanovic (centre-back) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 Chelsea v Man City is live on talkSPORT at 4pm (GMT) on 21 February.After defeat in Paris on Tuesday night, is the FA Cup now Chelsea’s only realistic chance of winning any silverware this season?Although the Blues are far from out of the Champions League following their 2-1 first leg loss to PSG, Guus Hiddink’s side have a fair bit to do if they are to not only redeem themselves in the second leg, but also match the team’s heroics of 2012 by going on and winning the entire tournament.The FA Cup surely provides a much more realistic chance of a trophy for Chelsea at the end of this season, however they will still have to face up to at least one of Europe’s elite clubs if they are to reach Wembley on 21 May.The Blues must overcome Manchester City at Stamford Bridge if they are to progress in world’s oldest football competition, and this could be their line up for the game on Sunday…Take a look at our predicted Chelsea line up v Manchester City by clicking the yellow arrow above, right. 6. Abdul Baba-Rahman (left-back) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 8. Oscar (attacking midfielder) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 13. Thibaut Courtois (goalkeeper) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 22. Willian (right winger) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 28. Cesar Azpilicueta (left-back) 12. John Obi Mikel (defensive midfielder) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 24. Gary Cahill (centre-back) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 19. Diego Costa (striker) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 21. Nemanja Matic (defensive midfielder) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 17. Pedro Rodriguez (left winger) – see the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above 11 11 11
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Sunday’s newspapers and online…Liverpool forward Sadio Mane, 25, interests Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus. (Mirror)Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has started talks with 28-year-old Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez over a possible move. (Don Balon)Tottenham are interested in Barcelona midfielder Andre Gomes, 24, which could put any move for Everton’s Ross Barkley, 23, in doubt. (Sun)Watford are interested in Olympiacos right-back Omar Elabdellaoui, 25. The Norway captain is out of contract next summer. (Mail)Leicester are set to complete the £22m signing of Sporting Lisbon midfielder Adrien Silva after approval from FIFA. (Mirror)Manager Jose Mourinho says Manchester United’s spending power persuaded striker Romelu Lukaku, 24, to move to Old Trafford rather than Chelsea. (Telegraph)Nice midfielder Jean Seri has vowed to stay until at least the end of the season. The 26-year-old interests Barcelona. (ESPN FC)Real Madrid midfielder Isco, 25, turned down a move to Barcelona because of striker Lionel Messi. (Diario Gol)Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale, 28, was told by team-mate Luka Modric to consider a move to Manchester United. (Don Balon)Stoke and England goalkeeper Jack Butland, 24, says he welcomes speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United. (Mail)Manager Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool did not sign another centre-half after missing out on Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk, 26, because he could not find the right alternative. (Metro)Paris Saint-Germain are looking to offload up to five players in January with wingers Julian Draxler, 23, Angel di Maria, 29, and Lucas Moura, 25, all said to be heading for the exit. (Mundo Deportivo)Everton have stepped up their interest in Uruguay winger Federico Martinez, 21, who plays for Liverpool FC in Montevideo. (Sun)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…?Tottenham centre-back Toby Alderweireld insists he is focussing on football and is letting his father and agent deal with his contract situationInter Milan are hoping to beat Arsenal and Tottenham to the signing of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien RabiotLiverpool target Stefan de Vrij is stalling over signing a new contract with LazioThomas Meunier has told his Belgium team-mate and Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois he has what it takes to shine at Paris Saint-GermainSporting Lisbon will not sell West Ham target William Carvalho for any less than his £40million release clause, according to reports in PortugalLiverpool are tracking teen star Federico Chiesa, according to reports in Italy Transfer rumours and paper review 1
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPhotos: At LA County Jail, Archbishop José H. Gomez celebrates Christmas Mass with inmatesOther students also got something out of Stallings’ weeklong chess camp at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Santa Clarita. For Garrett Robinson, 9, it was a chance to learn chess. “I learned a lot, how to do rook rollers and checkmate and when to move different pieces,” Garrett said. Stallings, 40, started his chess club just days after the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. That first week, he expected parents to pull their students out of the lessons. But many kept their children in the class, wanting to distract them from the quake’s aftermath. In April, Stallings had to give up his permanent location on Tournament Road for his California Youth Chess League. SANTA CLARITA – Olivia O’Hurley was born in Russia and came to the United States when she was adopted into an American family. This past week, Olivia, 11, reconnected with her Russian roots at Jay Stallings’ chess camp. Along with more than a dozen other students, Olivia learned that there’s more to chess than just nifty moves. Stallings taught about great players from the former Soviet Union, throwing in a history lesson about communism and why it broke down. On a giant board, Stallings showed the students a move-by-move account of the legendary 1972 championship match between American Bobby Fischer and Russian Boris Spassky. “It’s kind of interesting because I wasn’t born then, and it’s interesting to know about what happened back then,” Olivia said. “I think it was quite amazing and really quite neat.” But he found two businesses – a hobby shop and a comic store – where he could give lessons, and he expected to find out soon which location he could use. Stallings, who was a top-ranked chess player in his teens, got back into chess in his late 20s after staying away from the game for years. He quit a job selling computer printers to work with kids, first taking a job as a substitute teacher and then dedicating himself full time to his chess league. “I was in the corporate world, traveling way too much and decided to get out of it,” he said. On Friday, Stallings was in his element as he demonstrated checkmate strategies to a group of advanced students at his chess camp. As Stallings tucked flat chess pieces into pockets on the upright chess board, running his students through the “Smith-Morra Gambit” and the “Sicilian Defense,” he paused occasionally as other students brought chess workbooks for him to check. “(Chess) teaches (children) the importance of patient study and the rewards of hard work,” he said. For Olivia, who came to the United States at age 7, one incentive to play chess is a board she has at home. Russian-made with distinctive figurines, the set was brought back from Russia when her adoptive grandmother visited the country. “It reminds me a lot,” she said, “of my home country.” email@example.com (661) 257-5253160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
WE were beginning to wonder whether anyone in Los Angeles City Hall would expose the City Council members’ phony ploy to put another $1 million in their own pockets while prolonging their stay in office for four more years. And now someone has – City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo. The council members gave Delgadillo ample motivation to go on the offense by leaving him out of the plan to extend term limits from two to three. The reason that was done was to get rid of Rocky so one of their own, Councilman Jack Weiss, could become the city’s lawyer. Rocky’s revenge was a strongly worded, 10-page legal rebuke that shattered any possible basis for putting the council’s selfish scheme before voters by pretending it was ethics reform. Robbed of a legal pretext for their scheme, the council members now find themselves in a difficult situation: Will they vote to put their measure on the November ballot and thus show their utter contempt for the law and the public, or will they hide it under rocks where such slimy deceits belong? It’s almost enough to make you feel sorry for these pathetic politicians, so desperate to hang on to the cushy life that their privileged positions afford. Just days ago they thought they had come up with the perfect scheme: Get some fat cats to pay for a poll saying they could bamboozle the public into extending term limits dressed as ethics reform. Turn to their pals at the League of Women Voters and the Chamber of Commerce to propose such a plan out of the blue; and then put it on the ballot as if responding to a public outcry, “Four more years, four more years …” The worst part is the council members’ total cynicism. Members know the public thinks they’re all on the take from unions, developers and other special interests and wants the moral sewer called City Hall cleaned up. So they called this self-serving gimmick “ethics reform” and thought voters are such suckers they’d buy it. But now Delgadillo has blown the whole scheme to smithereens. The “ethics reform” provisions, Delgadillo says, don’t need to go before the voters – in fact, the council could adopt them today. And packaging an ethics ordinance with changes in the City Charter’s language on term limits mixes electoral apples and oranges. It’s not only deceiving, it might also be illegal under the state constitution. So Delgadillo is urging the council to do the sensible and democratic, albeit less politically expedient, thing: Separate the two. Just put term limits before the voters, and rather than rush the whole process along, let the city Ethics Commission and the public debate the matter first. How the council responds should be illuminating. Will members at last bow to reality, or will they continue with their ever more transparent effort to trick the voters? How shocked they must be that Delgadillo has thrown a wrench in their scheme after years of looking the other way. Whether he did it because he was snubbed or simply because the council’s plan was rotten doesn’t matter. Rocky has become the champion of L.A. voters, and the bane of City Hall. Someone needed to put the arrogant council in its place, and Delgadillo has done it with gusto.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade RANKED =8: Chelsea – 2(Christian Pulisic, Gonzalo Higuain)=1: Wolves – 3(David Wang, Ed Francis, Jonny Otto)=1 Huddersfield – 3(Jaden Brown, Jason Puncheon, Karlan Grant) Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer targets Tielemans joined Leicester on deadline day getty LATEST Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti =1: Brighton – 3(Alexis Mac Allister, Tudor-Cristian Baltuda, Jan Mlakar)=1: Bournemouth – 3(Dominic Solanke, Nathaniel Clyne, Chris Mepham)*Emiliano Sala tragically disappeared after a light aircraft carrying the striker and pilot David Ibbotson went off radar over the Channel Islands on January 21. Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland 6 LATEST TRANSFER NEWS Higuain made his Chelsea debut in the 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth 6 6 Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Solanke swapped Liverpool for Bournemouth 6 moving on 6 =16: Tottenham – 0=16: Southampton – 0=16: Manchester United – 0=16: Liverpool – 0 Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ REVEALED It was a relatively quiet January by Premier League standards Welcome to your new home, @DenisSuarez6 🏡#HolaDenis pic.twitter.com/dWklwDHpP4— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 31, 2019=8: West Ham – 2(Samir Nasri, Mesaque Dju)=8: Newcastle – 2(Antonio Barreca, Miguel Almiron) =11: Leicester – 1(Youri Tielemans)=11: Burnley – 1(Peter Crouch)=11: Arsenal – 1(Denis Suarez) LIVING THE DREAM Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January =16: Everton – 0=11: Watford – 1(Adam Parkes)=11: Manchester City – 1(Ante Palaversa) Liverpool got all their business done in the summer Batshuayi joined Palace at the eleventh hour Chelsea’s signing of Christian Pulisic accounted for nearly half the total spend at £57.6million, while 14 clubs decided not to spend any money at all.Loan deals dominated proceedings, with Gonzalo Higuain joining Chelsea and Denis Suarez moving to Arsenal on temporary contracts with options to buy in the summer.Here, talkSPORT.com crunches the numbers to rank each team by the total number of players brought in… The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star =1: Fulham – 3(Ryan Babel, Lazar Markovic, Havard Nordtveit)=1: Crystal Palace – 3(Lucas Perri, Bakary Sako, Michy Batshuayi)=1: Cardiff – 3(Leandro Bacuna, Oumar Niasse, Emiliano Sala*) 6 targets Premier League spending was at its lowest since 2012 as clubs opted to loan players rather than buy during the January transfer window.A grand total of £138million was spent – a staggering 70 per cent less than last season’s £465million. IN DEMAND
Donegal’s so-called ‘transition’ is moving along pretty nicely – and an eight-point win over Cavan tonight means Rory Gallagher’s new-look side is all but safe in Division 1 for next year.Cavan 0-11 Donegal 1-16Eoin McHugh’s goal early in the second half helped set Donegal up for what was, eventually, a comfortable win. Donegal have lost nine players from their 2016 squad and a difficult spring had been anticipated, given the turnover in personnel, but this proved another useful and encouraging night.The tunes of Christy Murray’s bagpipes in the stand signalled a big win for Donegal’s emerging crop at a usually-testing venue for visitors.As they roll away from Cavan town in the dark of night, they will reflect on another fine hour, on which Ciaran Thompson (above) booted five points, Jamie Brennan came off the bench to kick three.Cavan will look back on an evening when their discipline left them – and Mattie McGleenan finished with 13 men on the park. Cavan captain and midfielder Killian Clarke was red carded in the 32nd minute for a wild and reckless lunge on Eoghan Ban Gallagher, which sparked the fuse.Late in the game, substitute Cian Mackey was black carded with Cavan having used their full compliment of replacements.Clarke’s dismissal came at a time when Cavan were inching their way back into a game that could – and maybe should – have been already gone from their reach.But Donegal made no mistake in the opening moments of the second half.Hugh McFadden swung over from the stand side in a signal of their intent before they bagged the oak in the 38th minute. Delivering possession straight Michael Murphy is never best practice for opponents and Cavan goalkeeper Raymond Galligan was left to rue doing just that.Murphy collected a loose kick-out by Galligan and, after transferring between Caolan Ward, Darach O’Connor and Jason McGee, the ball was worked to Eoin McHugh, who slotted home.McFadden and McHugh hadn’t been named to start, but came in to take the place of Patrick McBrearty and Paul Brennan on the side posted by Rory Gallagher during the week – and it was they who hit big scores after the changeover to give Donegal a cushion.In spite of their numeric advantage, Donegal couldn’t shake off Cavan from their coat tails for a time in the second half. Mackey spurned a glorious chance to bring the home side to within three points when he struck what seemed an easy free against a post.Mackey, in the 53rd minute, set Niall Clerkin up for a goal chance, but the target was narrowed and he shot into the side netting.At that stage, there was still a danger that Donegal could be caught, but Thompson – who had a magnificent game – scored twice either end of a stylish point by substitute Jamie Brennan.Thompson found his range again from a difficult angle to open up an eight-point margin and there was no doubt about the victor.It was fitting that Mark McHugh came off the bench to kick Donegal’s final point. It was surely an emotional night for Mark and Ryan McHugh, after the sudden death of their maternal grandmother, Ann O’Donnell – a regular at Donegal games near and far – yesterday.Donegal had raced into a five-point lead by the 13th minute, but scored just once more in an opening stanza in which they spurned another eight scoring chances, firing six wide and dropping two short.Cavan, largely thanks to Seanie Johnston’s free taking, were within two points, 0-6 to 0-4, at the break, but they were fortunate that Dara McVeety didn’t suffer a fate similar to Clarke.McVeety, already booked, was given a stern lecture by Conor Lane, the referee, in added time at the end of the half, when the referee would’ve been well within his rights to flash another yellow.Donegal, following last Sunday’s dramatic draw with Dublin in Ballybofey, knew that a win here would go a long way to securing their top flight status – and they began with serious intent.Michael Murphy drilled over a pair of routine frees to start the ball rolling before Thompson landed a massive score from distance with Cavan all at sea.Eoin McHugh delightfully curled over before Murphy turned provider for Frank McGlynn, who neatly applied the finish, and Donegal were 0-5 to no score in front.It was just inside the 23rd minute before Johnston – after winning a free off Paddy McGrath – raised Cavan’s first white flag of the evening at a stage when the home support were in a desperate search for something to cheer.Cavan just weren’t at the races and a tame attempt by substitute Rory Dunne, popped into the arms of Mark Anthony McGinley in the 24th minute summed up their fruitless endeavours.Cavan remained in contention until Donegal began to pull away in the last 17 minutes, with the Tir Chonaill men adding eight points in that period to cap their best hour yet of the new era.Cavan: Raymond Galligan; Fergal Reilly, Padraig Faulkener, Killian Brady; Martin Reilly, Ciaran Brady (0-1), Gerard Smith; Killian Clarke, Tomas Corr; Michael Argue, Dara McVeety (0-2), Conor Madden (0-2); Niall Clerkin, Gearoid McKiernan (0-3, 1f), Seanie Johnston (0-3, 3f). Subs: Rory Dunne for Corr (15), Stephen Murray for Brady (half-time), Niall Murray for Madden (half-time), Cian Mackey for Johnston (45), Joe Dillon for F.Reilly (57), John McCutcheon for Brady (59).Donegal: Mark Anthony McGinley; Paddy McGrath, Neil McGee, Eoghan Ban Gallagher; Caolan Ward, Frank McGlynn (0-1), Eoin McHugh (1-1); Jason McGee, Michael Murphy (0-3, 3f); Micheal Carroll, Ciaran Thompson (0-5, 1f), Ryan McHugh (0-1); Martin O’Reilly, Hugh McFadden (0-1), Darach O’Connor. Subs: Jamie Brennan (0-3) for O’Connor (46), Daniel McLaughlin for Carroll (47), Michael Langan for J.McGee (49), Eamonn Doherty for McFadden (55), Mark McHugh (0-1) for O’Reilly (65), Paul Brennan for Gallagher (68).Referee: Conor Lane (Cork)Report: Donegal’s new breed make light of Cavan to move closer to top flight safety was last modified: March 5th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Cavanciaran thompsonDarach O’ConnordonegalEoin McHughHugh McFaddenJamie BrennanMichael MurphyRory Gallagher