So far so good, for local special olympian

first_imgLocal special-olympic figure skater Darlene Jakubowski is now half done her competition at the World Winter Games, in Boise Idaho.Darlene sits in great shape heading into the final portion of her events. She sits in gold medal position after her (level 3) compulsory dance, and third place after her (level 5) technical skills.Her final events will be on Thursday (Jan 12th), including her Creative Dance, and her Solo.- Advertisement -Good luck Darlene.last_img

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Howland’s Bruins are blue-collar

first_imgJosh Shipp’s recollection of Showtime was Magic Johnson leading fastbreaks that ended in dunks and layups. Arron Afflalo wears uniform No. 4 because, as a grade-schooler, he watched videos of the Lakers dynasty and was enamored with Byron Scott and the team’s up-and-down style of basketball. If the essence of Hollywood was crystallized in sport, it was through those high-flyin’, fast-breakin’, no-look passin’ Lakers under three-peat entrepreneur and movie star-handsome coach Pat Riley. Even the Kobe-Shaq Lakers, led by zen master Phil Jackson, were as much Hollywood soap opera as they were NBA champions. In the middle of all this glitz, where Victoria “Posh Spice” Beckham’s house search causes a tabloid television frenzy and Matt Leinart grabs headlines for reportedly dating Paris Hilton, a balding coach and his blue-collar ballers have made grunting, lateral defensive slides and rebounding relevant. No. 4 UCLA enters today’s Pacific-10 Conference Tournament at Staples Center as the top seed and the overwhelming favorite, and the Bruins win not through grace and style and sublime athleticism, but through defense, teamwork, commitment, rebounding and coach Ben Howland’s calling card — more defense, which is a reflection of hard work and unselfishness. The run n’ gun style employed by Washington coach Lorenzo Romar, a former UCLA assistant, plays to the aesthetically pleasing Hollywood tableau. But fans have embraced Howland’s rigid defensive philosophy that, when it comes to artistry, is more Theo Van Gogh than it is his more famous brother, Vincent. “At the end of the day, it all comes down to one thing,” Howland said. “People, players, fans, they want to win.” Despite a lackluster non-conference home schedule in which a road atlas was needed to find the locations of many of the opponents, the Bruins averaged 10,428 per game at Pauley Pavilion. It was the highest average since 1997-98. “You think of USC football and you think of Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush and more TV-type stuff, and we’re not like that,” said Afflalo, UCLA’s junior guard and leading scorer at 17.2 points per game. “I think (fans) have come to expect us as winners. I think that’s what it is. “I don’t think they come to the game to see us defend well. They don’t come to the game to see us get up and down and dunk all day. Honestly, I think they enjoy us winning.” Howland cannot recall a light-switch moment in which he realized the importance of defense, but he remembers playing one-on-one basketball in the Goleta boys’ club, and understanding what it took to win. It is a philosophy Howland never forgot. During his days as an assistant at UC Santa Barbara, he frequently watched the Runnin’ Rebels of UNLV decimate opponents with 3-ponit shooting and a break-neck style, but he also saw great defense. Whereas many people remember the Showtime Lakers for their offensive wizardy, Howland speaks about Michael Cooper’s defense. Whereas Michael Jordan is best known for his breathtaking dunks and clutch shot after clutch shot, Howland points to Jordan’s stellar defensive ability. “I study the game. This is the game I love,” Howland said. “Why were the Chicago Bulls so good? They played great defense. Everybody talks about the triangle and everything, but at the end of the day, the reason Phil Jackson is the most successful pro coach ever is they play great defense. You have to have a combination of both, but defense is a constant.” UCLA is second in the Pac-10 in scoring defense (60.1 points per game) this season, but the fourth-place rank in field-goal defense (43.1 percent) rankles Howland and his players. A year ago UCLA was second in the Pac-10 in field-goal percentage defense (41.5), the Bruins’ lowest total since winning the 1995 national title. “UCLA did not take possessions off,” Washington State coach Tony Bennett said after a game last week. “A lot of teams in our league, us included, will take possessions off and play for the big run, or the big swing. UCLA doesn’t do that.” Shipp, a third-year sophomore wing and the Bruins’ second-leading scorer at 13.3 points per game, said he arrived at UCLA with the philosophy of needing to outscore his man for it to be a successful game. Needless to say, Shipp changed his mind about that. “I think people just appreciate winners,” Shipp said. “It might not be the fanciest basketball, but we’re winning so I think people can appreciate the hard work we put in, and the things it takes to win.” When the Bruins lost at Washington on Saturday, Howland’s first point of contention wasn’t UCLA’s 31.3 shooting percentage. His initial comment was about the Bruins being outrebounded by 15. After clinching the Pac-10 regular-season title with a stellar second half of defense at Washington State, Howland talked about how the Bruins needed to be more consistent defensively throughout games. “Defense is all about winning,” Howland said. “It’s all about competing and winning. Sorry it’s not something more flashy.” — Brian Dohn, (818) 713-3607brian.dohn@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Conte admits Premier League could be out of Chelsea’s reach

first_img0Shares0000Chelsea’s head coach Antonio Conte gestures on the touchline during their match against Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge in London on December 2, 2017 © AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVASLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 3 – Antonio Conte admits retaining the Premier League title may be out of Chelsea’s reach despite an impressive recent run of results ahead of their midweek Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid.The Blues fought back from a goal down on Saturday to beat Newcastle 3-1 courtesy of two goals from the impressive Eden Hazard either side of a headed effort from Alvaro Morata. The win leaves defending champions Chelsea third on 32 points, eight behind pacesetters Manchester City, after six wins in their past seven Premier League matches.“I am happy, but you know very well that there is a team in this league that is doing extraordinary things and it’s Manchester City,” said Conte. “Otherwise, I think we are staying up there with the other teams.”Chelsea host Atletico on Tuesday in their last Champions League group match knowing that a win will guarantee them top spot in Group C ahead of Serie A side Roma, and a Hazard display against the Spaniards similar to Saturday’s would go a long way to securing Chelsea first place.“Eden enjoys playing our type of football,” said Conte.“He is an important player for us. We can change our system around him. He can play as a second striker or he can play as a number 10 when we play 3-4-3.”Conte said it would be special to see Hazard in action for Belgium against England at the World Cup next year, joking that he would have to ask his Chelsea team-mates Gary Cahill and Danny Drinkwater to treat him gently.“Gary knows very well Eden’s skill and for this reason, he must pay great attention. Every day to have a training session with this type of player and this skill makes you stronger.”Despite a bright start for Newcastle, Rafa Benitez’s side slumped to their fifth defeat in six league games, a run that has seen them drop into the bottom half of the table.Benitez, who won the Europa League with Chelsea is his spell as interim manager at Stamford Bridge four years ago, was in combative mood afterwards.He insisted his side had come up against a team that will finish in the top three this season.“Chelsea have a lot of good things,” he said. “They have to compete for the title. It is obvious that they are one of the teams that will be there in the top three, but we began well and it was a pity that we couldn’t keep the lead for a while.“It’s not a problem of confidence with my team, it’s a problem of the level of the Premier League. You could see the team working really hard even at the end. We finished with two corners and we were still trying.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Forget Messi, China’s ‘Nine-Goal Diva’ is world’s hottest striker

first_imgThe forward has found the net a total of 11 times, netting in the 7-0 opening victory over Hong Kong and adding a soaring header as China’s women beat formidable North Korea 2-0 on Wednesday to top their group and make the quarter-finals in style.China’s free-scoring women, yet to concede a goal, are being feted back home and 28-year-old Wang in particular is making headlines for her astonishing prowess in front of goal.There have been tongue-in-cheek suggestions that she could be the answer to the goal-scoring problems of the Chinese men.Wang’s sizzling form is all the more surprising because prior to the past week she was hardly prolific, although she did catch eyes by scoring a backheel volley against South Korea last year — the kind of exquisite strike that Messi and Ronaldo would be proud of.She currently plies her trade in China’s little-noticed domestic women’s league.“For the past three group matches, Wang Shanshan scored 11 goals and became Chinese women’s football’s talisman,” China’s Tencent Sports said in an online article.“In more crucial tournaments, Wang Shanshan will become the key player in helping the women’s team win gold.”Against the North Koreans, midfielder Wang Shuang, who recently signed for Paris Saint-Germain’s women’s team, opened the scoring in the eighth minute, finishing off a fluid passing move.“China’s women really have the chance to win the gold medal. The team is blessed to have Wang Shuang and Wang Shanshan in this era,” said one fan on Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter.China’s evening ended on a sour note, however, after substitute Zhao Rong was sent off at the end and coach Jia Xiuquan followed her for complaining to officials.China’s men play Saudi Arabia in the last 16 on Friday at the Asian Games, although they have struggled for goals in international football in recent times.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Wang earned the ‘Nine-Goal Diva’ nickname from Chinese fans when she plundered a scarcely believable nine goals in a dizzying 29 minutes against Tajikistan at the Asian Games © AFP / WANG ZHAOSHANGHAI, China, Aug 23 – Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo step aside — the hottest striker in world football at the moment is China’s “Nine-Goal Diva” Wang Shanshan.Wang earned that nickname from Chinese fans and media when she plundered a scarcely believable nine goals in a dizzying 29 minutes after coming off the bench in a 16-0 demolition of Tajikistan on Monday at the Asian Games in Indonesia.last_img read more

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Where is truth on the liberals’ list of values?

first_imgSince this is, obviously, a generalization, and a negative one at that, anyone who makes this generalization is obligated to provide arguments and examples: Political correctness. Leftist denial of what is true is so widespread that we have a term for it: political correctness. There is no comparable right-wing political correctness, i.e., denying truths so as not to offend right-wing values or certain groups. For example, among many on the left, especially academics, it has been almost impossible for decades to tell the truth about the innate differences between men and women because of the leftist dogma of innate similarities between the sexes. So deep is the left’s hostility to truth regarding the sexes that a president of Harvard University was forced from office after suggesting that men’s and women’s brains process math and some science differently. Similarly, many leftist professors at Duke University used the false rape charges against three white lacrosse players to reinforce the left-wing belief (itself not true) that America is racist. The truth was not nearly as important to them as proving how racist whites are. Textbooks. A prime example of the left’s view of truth is its changing the goal of high school American history textbooks from telling truth to promoting self-esteem among minority and female students by depicting more women and more non-whites in American history textbooks. “Bush is a liar.” Currently, the most widely repeated lie of the left is that President Bush lied about Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction. It is repeated so often (“Bush lied, people died”) that many Americans now believe this. But it is not true. There were valid reasons for anyone to believe that Hussein had WMD. Hussein had used them in the past; he refused to allow unfettered inspections; he was the major foreign sponsor of Palestinian terror; and most important, virtually all Western intelligence agencies believed Hussein had WMD. Nor did President Bush lie, as the left frequently charges, about Hussein seeking uranium in the African nation of Niger. That was exactly what British intelligence reported, and the British intelligence is now widely believed to have been accurate. Calling liberals “unpatriotic.” Another lie of the left is that Republicans and conservatives regularly label opponents of the war in Iraq “unpatriotic.” Thus, during the CNN/YouTube debate, Sen. Hillary Clinton claimed that “I asked the Pentagon a simple question: `Have you prepared for withdrawing our troops?’ In response, I got a letter accusing me of being unpatriotic.” That is – and this is not said easily – a lie. Anyone who reads the Defense Department response to Clinton will see that what she claims is entirely untrue. Her patriotism, or lack of it, was not even hinted at. The homeless, heterosexual AIDS and rape. For years, mainstream liberal news media purveyed false information supplied by Mitch Snyder, the major liberal activist on behalf of the homeless. Likewise, we were told by gay and AIDS activist groups that AIDS “doesn’t discriminate,” meaning that heterosexuals in America were as likely to contract the HIV as homosexuals. It was never true in America (Africa may be another story for other reasons). Feminist groups have offered statistics on rape and sexual violence that are patently false. Few liberal activist groups tell the truth. Not because their members are liars – in private life they may well be as honest as anyone else – but because whatever the left advocates it deems more important than truth. This does not mean the right is always honest. For example, conservatives who say that “pornography causes rape” are doing what the left does – putting their agenda, in this case a loathing of pornography, above truth-telling. I have seen no credible statistics linking the proliferation of pornography with increased rape. But when the left ceaselessly repeats the mantra “Bush lied,” it may simply be projecting onto George W. Bush what comes quite naturally to the left – when it offers false Iraqi death statistics, false homeless data, false rape statistics, false secondhand smoke statistics, false claims about the percentage of gays in the population, and false claims of just about everything else the left cares about. Dennis Prager hosts a nationally syndicated radio talk show based in Los Angeles. He is the author of four books, most recently Happiness Is a Serious Problem. His Web site is www.pragerradio.com..160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! There are conservatives who lie and there are liberals who lie. Neither blue nor red has a monopoly on truth-tellers. However, unless one denies that there are distinctive values on the right and on the left – a proposition that no serious liberal or conservative would deny – how much truth is valued may be different for the right and the left. In the hierarchy of leftist (as opposed to traditional liberal) values, truth is below other values, such as equality, opposition to war, the promotion of secularism and a number of other highly regarded values on the left. This does not mean that the number of truth-tellers among individuals on the left is necessarily smaller than the number of individual truth-tellers on the right. It means that truth-telling is not high on the left’s list of values. last_img
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MILLIONAIRE BACKS DONEGAL DEVELOPMENT BOSS IN FIGHT AGAINST ULSTER BANK

first_imgA MYSTERY millionaire is backing a well-known property developer in case against the Ulster Bank, it was revealed today.The financier is reported to have “written a blank cheque” to the former owners of Taggart Holdings.The company built hundreds of homes in Donegal and once employed several hundred Donegal people, many here in the county and others on dozens of sites around Ireland and Britain. The company was owned by County Derry brothers John and Michael Taggart.The Dungiven men have lodged a case against the Ulster Bank in the North and a hearing is due to take place at the High Court on June 17th.Ulster Bank wants to take the family farm off the Taggart brothers whose business was ruined when bank officials stopped them from paying creditors.The Taggarts have lodged a counter-claim. They want their business returned, compensation for the way they were treated and all creditors compensated. It’s understood they will make a number of allegations, including one where they allege that Ulster Bank acted outside its remit.The Taggarts are also reported to be furious at what they claim are ‘lies’ spun by unknown persons about them.These included claims that Van Morrison and Lionel Ritchie played at Michael Taggart’s wedding in 2007, which was attended by a number of friends from County Donegal. Friends say the music stars were not at the wedding.In fact wedding guests were told not to give presents – and €90,000 was raised for charity at the wedding and donations made to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin, Dublin and the Royal Victoria’s Children’s Hospital in Belfast.A wealthy benefactor is now backing the Taggarts in their case. A source close to the case was reported today as saying: “This is going to be the first case of its kind since the property market collapsed. It will go into minute detail on how the Ulster Bank behaved in relation to Taggart Holdings.“The case is being closely followed by its parent bank RBS in Edinburgh.”Asked to comment Michael Taggart said: “We want to set the record straight but I’m reluctant to talk about this right now as the case is ongoing.”Asked about the mystery financial backer, he added: “I don’t want to comment on that. I’ve been asked not to say anything in relation to that.” MILLIONAIRE BACKS DONEGAL DEVELOPMENT BOSS IN FIGHT AGAINST ULSTER BANK was last modified: May 17th, 2011 by gregShare 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

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CROLLY MAN SAVED IN FIRE DRAMA INVITES RESCUER TO TEA

first_imgAn elderly man whose life was saved by a passing tourist during a housefire has asked his rescuer to call for tea the next time he is passing.Pensioner John Barrow thought thick smoke outside his Co Donegal house was actually fog and went back to sleep.However his life was saved when firemen banged on his cottage in Crolly as flames came to just two feet of his house. Now Mr Barrow, who is in his 70s, has thanked the man who saved his life.Dutch tourist Marcel Coenen told the Shaun Doherty Show in Highland Radio that he was travelling to Donegal International Airport in Carrickfin when he saw the bog-fire close to Mr Barrow’s home just after 6am.He called the local fire service and tried to shout at Mr Barrow to get out.The fire service arrived at 6.23am and managed to get Mr Barrow out. The pensioner, who lives at Station House cottage, yesterday (WED) thanked the man who saved his life.“I am so grateful to Marcel. He saved my life and home.“I would appreciate if he could call in and I will show him how close it was.“He has no idea how grateful I am to him,” said John.John also revealed his house was badly burned in a blaze back in 1986. There was some scorch damage to John’s home but Acting Chief Fire officer Sean Campbell said Mr Barrow had a lucky escape.“It was lucky that this man was passing and was able to alert the fire service because the fire did come very close to this man’s home,” he said.And the hero who managed to alert the fire service said he will be only too happy to call in and see Mr Barrow when he calls to Donegal again.“I come to Donegal perhaps four times a year to recharge my batteries and I enjoy the Guinness and the craic. “I am so happy I was able to help John and I will certainly call to see him when I visit again,” he said.CROLLY MAN SAVED IN FIRE DRAMA INVITES RESCUER TO TEA was last modified: May 9th, 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:CrollyfireJohn Barrowsavedlast_img read more

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RALLY UPDATE – LATEST RESULTS

first_imgTHE latest positions from the Donegal Rally, with Declan Boyle just 12 seconds ahead of Sam Moffett.O/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS10RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev12Declan Boyle/Brian BoyleSubaru WRC6O/A9:21.60:001:07:21.121Sam Moffett/James O’ReillyFord Fiesta WRC6O/A9:30.50:001:07:33.60:12.50:12.537Darren Gass/Enda SherrySubaru WRC6O/A9:27.10:001:07:56.90:35.80:23.343Garry Jennings/Rory KennedySubaru WRC619:30.00:001:08:12.80:51.70:15.954Donagh Kelly/Kevin FlanaganFord Focus wrc629:42.80:001:09:10.91:49.80:58.166Derek McGarrity/James McKeeSubaru WRC639:46.20:001:10:13.32:52.21:02.4710Josh Moffett/John RowanMitsubishi Evo 94110:07.60:001:12:46.15:25.02:32.8824Eugene Meegan/Sarah WhelanMitsubishi Evo 94210:20.90:001:13:52.56:31.41:06.4921Pj McDermott/Paul GoodmanSubaru WRC6410:10.30:001:14:07.06:45.90:14.51025Stephen McCann/Lisa O’DowdMitsubishi Evo 94310:21.30:001:14:35.97:14.80:28.91127Trevor Bustard/Fabian McShaneMitsubishi Evo 94410:35.20:001:15:25.78:04.60:49.81239RJoseph McGonigle/Ciaran GeaneyRenault Clio R3Maxi3110:35.05:001:33:47.526:26.418:21.8Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS10RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev115Daniel McKenna/Arthur KieransFord Escort Mk214O/A9:57.40:001:10:11.6214Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A9:52.20:001:10:33.50:21.90:21.9316Manus Kelly/Donal BarrettFord Escort14O/A9:57.50:001:10:58.70:47.10:25.2432Conor Harvey/Gerard CallaghanFord Escort14110:05.00:001:11:58.61:47.00:59.9519Frank Kelly/Liam BrennanFord Escort14210:05.10:001:12:44.02:32.40:45.4622Brian Brogan/Damien McGettiganFord Escort Mk214310:11.90:001:13:00.52:48.90:16.5723Adrian Hetherington/Gary NolanFord Escort Mk214410:42.80:001:13:31.63:20.00:31.18160Richard Moffett/Martin ConnollyToyota Starlet13110:25.30:001:14:36.04:24.41:04.4934Daniel Doherty/Michael DohertyFord Escort Mk214510:29.00:001:14:50.04:38.40:14.01020Damien Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort14610:42.70:151:14:54.14:42.50:04.11118Wesley Patterson/Johnny BairdFord Escort14710:20.60:001:15:26.95:15.30:32.812165Vivian Hamill/Stephen ThorntonFord Escort RS14810:24.00:001:16:23.06:11.40:56.11342Patrick McHugh/Pauric O’DonnellFord Escort13210:43.60:001:16:51.66:40.00:28.61444Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo1016110:52.00:001:17:19.77:08.10:28.1      RALLY UPDATE – LATEST RESULTS was last modified: June 21st, 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:2014donegal rallylatestlast_img read more

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Onform Mbarara City pays visit to BUL FC in Uganda Cup

first_img Tags: Bul FCFUFA Uganda Cup 2018/19Mbarara Citytop Mbarara defeated Bul 2-0 in the League (file photo)FUFA Uganda Cup 2018/19-Round of 32BUL FC Vs Mbarara CityVenue: FUFA Technical Centre, NjeruDate: 16th, January 2019Kickoff: 4pmNJERU – High flying Mbarara City will come up against Bul FC in the Stanbic Uganda Cup round of 32 at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru this evening.Mbarara city comes into this encounter few weeks after defeating Peter Onen’s side 1-0 at Kakyeka Stadium in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.BUL FC last encounter was a 2-2 draw against Western-based side, Nyamityobora in the League. To get here, Onen’s side defeated Kataka 2-1 at home.Mbarara will look to Paul Mucureezi who has been their stand-out performer since the season started, for inspiration.Douglas Owori, Deogracious Ojok, Joshua “Letti” Lubwama, Richard Wandyaka are the key players to guide BUL FC to the round of 16.Ali Kimera, Mbarara city Goalkeeper is expected to return to goal posts after sitting out previous matches due to suspension.Hamis Tibita, BUL FC attacker will miss out on today’s encounter since he is still recovering from injuries.Other fixtures:-Nkambi Coffee Vs SC Villa FC-U-touch Vs Kitara FC-Calvary Vs Police FC-Frees Stars Vs Bukedea Town CouncilComments last_img read more

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WATCH: Dolphins amaze in Monty Halls’ final adventure film

first_imgThe third and final Halls Family Adventure film has been released today to reveal another amazing side of Donegal life. Chapter three sees TV adventurer Monty Halls, his wife Tam, and their daughters Isla and Molly on a special journey around Malin Head. Bottlenosed dolphins greet the family and are filmed leaping alongside the boat in stunning cinematography. The short film also features a young local fisherman, sharing an insight into fishing life throughout the generations in the area.Monty Halls and family spent a month in Donegal this summer filming their adventures on the coastline and with local people.The visit was facilitated by Donegal Tourism with a goal to promote Donegal as an adventure destination with experiences to suit all the family. Landrover and Brig rib boats are also co-sponsors.“Everyone we’ve met, every place we’ve been, and everything we’ve done has been special,” said Halls. “I think we’ll always come to Donegal now.”WATCH: Dolphins amaze in Monty Halls’ final adventure film was last modified: September 25th, 2018 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:donegal tourismhalls family adventuresMalin Headmonty hallsWild Atlantic Waylast_img read more

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