first_imgA total of 14 National Schools from across the county will compete in the inaugural Donegal Creameries Cup. The participating Schools will all benefit from visits by FAI approved coaches organised by Finn Harps Football in the Community Programme.  The School team will also be managed by members of the current Finn Harps first team squad. Harps football in the Community Officer John Campbell said the competition will become an important sporting outlet for National School pupils in the coming Years.  ”We are looking forward to working with the participating National Schools in the County over the coming weeks and I think everyone involved will find the Project to be a rewarding experience. I would like to thank Donegal Creameries, our designated Coaches and Finn Harps Players for their generous support. “We are also considering adding a second Phase to coaching activities this year so Pupils from as wide an area as possible can benefit.  We feel this initiative has great potential and next year we hope to increase the size of the competition to include as many National Schools in the County as we possibly can.” The finals of the competition will be played on 15th and 16th June at Finn Park.  The Participating Schools are Bruckless NS; St Eunans, Raphoe; Convoy Joint NS; St Baithins, St Johnstone; Ballyraine NS;  Schoil Mhuire, Milford; Carndonagh Girls; St Crones, Dungloe; Dromore NS; Schoil Mhuire, Derrybeg; Brackey, Ardara; Fintra NS; Glencovitt NS.FOURTEEN SCHOOLS TO COMPETE IN INAUGURAL DONEGAL CREAMERIES CUP was last modified: March 23rd, 2011 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)last_img read more

ASA Members DYL Recognized on AgriPulse 50 Farm Advocates Under 50 List

first_imgAmerican Soybean Association (ASA) members and DuPont Young Leaders are gaining recognition for taking the lead in important agriculture issues.Agri-Pulse released its article “50 Under 50” earlier this week, putting the spotlight on the young people hard at work on the farm and “packing a political punch” in today’s rural communities.ASA/DuPont Young Leaders mentioned include:Gary Baldosser, 47, Republic, OhioJacob Chisholm, 21, Gary, Minn.Jason Frerichs, 29, Wilmot, S.D.Ryan Bivens, 35, Hodgenville, Ky./President of the Kentucky Soybean Association BoardDow Brantley, 38, England, Ark.Kate Danner, 25, Roseville, Ill./ Illinois Soybean Association Soy AmbassadorAntron Williams, 31, Rowesville, S.C.Quint Pottinger, 25, New Haven, Ky./ Kentucky Soybean Association/ ASA DuPont Young Leader 2014Geoff Ruth, 30, Rising City, Nebraska/Chair of Nebraska Soybean AssociationAndrew Moore, 32, Resaca, Georgia/DuPont Young Leader 2014last_img read more