Prizes were presented to the kids for their active involvement in the training. With Anaeze Ntukogu, Adaeze Obianado, Oladapo Fouhad, Jemimo Gadzama, Patrick Anyaye, Anase Akper and Yahaya Shehu emerging winners for level 1 boys (5-9), level 1 girls (5-9), level 2 boys (10-13), level 2 girls (10-13), level 3 boys (14-18), level 3 girls (14-18) and overall winner respectively.Speaking during the ceremony in Abuja, Lady Vice Captain, Mary Rose Richard Obioha expressed optimism that some of the children will become professionals in future.She said: “We had estimated 120 kids to turn up for the programme but those came were in excess of 130 children which is a good development for the children and the sport.“They were all eager to play golf. We have more children showing interests now and we hope more of them are still going to participate in the Junior Open coming up in two weeks time,” she stressed with enthusiasm.Similarly, a former Lady Captain, Aphia Yaduma expresse joy at the turnout of children for the programme.“This year is completely different and more impressive than the previous ones we had done because the turn out is more amazing than what we expected. We are satisfied with the level of responses from the parents and students,” she said.In a quick interview with journalists, the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the club, Maj. Gen IBM Haruna (rtd) gave his assessment on the programme.Haruna said the programme is aimed to develop the children to be sports men that can also play golf.“We want our kids to be happy, brought up well, to have friends, to develop the spirit of sportsmanship and gamesmanship. These children will look back and be happy their parents made this sacrifice for them to play golf,” he said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Udora Orizu in AbujaThe Ladies Section of IBB International Golf Club in Abuja has rounded up the two weeks teaching programme designed for children who are between the ages of five and 18 years.The 14th edition of the clinic tagged: 2019 children golf development programme started on Monday 22nd of July and ended August 2, 2019.
Donegal TD Padraig MacLochlainn has slammed those who accept Martin McGuinness as Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland but reject the idea of him being President.The Sinn Féin TD for Donegal North East, has said the “anti-McGuinness rhetoric” is “hypocritical and partitionist”.Mr McGuinness came third in a Sunday Business Post poll today with 16% support. David Norris is the favourite to win, with 21%, while Michael D Higgins is in second place on 18%.Deputy McLaughlin said many commentators are being “two-faced”.MACLOCHLAINN SLAMS ANTI-MCGUINNESS CAMP AS ‘HYPOCRITES” was last modified: September 25th, 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) Tags:martin mcguinnessPADRAIG MACLOCHLAINN
The WFIs counsel also claimed that Sushil was avoidingThe WFIs counsel also claimed that Sushil was avoiding wrestling with Narsingh Yadav and he has not participated in World Championship but Yadav was there.Sushils counsel, however, said that his client has not participated in the World Championship as he was injured at that time.To this, the bench asked the WFI, “Has the wrestling federation taken a decision?”When the counsel appearing for the WFI said that they have already decided on the issue, the bench said, “You can call him (Sushil) and explain him the decision.”Responding to this, the WFI counsel said, “He (Sushil) knows everything but he is not ready to understand.”To this, the judge said, “This man (Sushil) has also got laurels for the country. The reasons which he is giving are quite worthy and I am not finding any malafide in what he is saying.”When Sushils counsel said that a direction for conducting selection trials in the first week of June be given, the court said, “The Indian cause will suffer.””The Indian cause has to be placed on a higher pedestal. Individuals may suffer but the country has to be placed higher,” the court said, adding, “You both are equally placed. How can I decide this. I will only interfere as a last resort. Let WFI decide this first as they are experts in this field.”After his name did not figure in Indias Rio preparatory camp, 32-year-old Sushil moved the Delhi High Court yesterday with a plea to direct the WFI to conduct a selection trial to decide who will represent India in the mens 74kg freestyle category at the Rio Games. The former world champion had taken the matter to the doorsteps of the Prime Ministers Office. He, though, is yet to get a response. He had also appealed to the Sports Ministry, Indian Olympic Association and the WFI.advertisementAccording to the rules, a quota belongs to the country and not to a particular wrestler and, thus, it was expected that a trial would be held in the contentious 74kg category to chose between Sushil and Narsingh Yadav.WFI has been giving hints that it is not too keen on holding the trial in 74kg division, fearing demands from other wrestlers in the remaining seven weight categories India has earned quotas for Rio Games.Narsingh has been staking his claim to represent India at the Olympics since last year when he secured a quota place at the World Championship in Las Vegas after winning a bronze in 74kg. Sushil, who missed the event due to a shoulder injury, has been demanding a trial. PTI ABA HMP PPS AG DV