Boars Head auditions and rehearsals announced

first_imgCutline: Boars Head guests in 2017 were protected by well outfitted guards. Pictured left to right: Kyle Tobeck, Ddoug Obermeyer, Daniel Eckstein and Jerry BennettBatesville, In. — Performers, vocalists and anyone who would like to usher in the Christmas season with song is encouraged to join the Boars Head Festival. Sponsored by the Batesville Area Arts Council (formerly RAA), the festival is the perfect way to ignite the holiday spirit.Auditions and sign-ups for actors, individuals and families will be Wednesday, Oct. 17 and Thursday, Oct. 18 from 6:30-7:45 at the Meyers Building, 502 W. Pearl Street. There are four speaking parts. They include two heralds, St. Nicholas and a Head Angel. A reading will be provided for actors who wish to audition for speaking parts.The adult choir, open to high school aged vocalists and older does not require an audition. Participants must report to Holy Family Church in Oldenburg on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 6:30 p.m. Bill Rethlake will provide schedules and music. The choir will practice Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.The Children’s choir is available for fourth through eighth graders. They will meet Saturday, Oct. 20 at 11 a.m. at the Batesville Middle School music room. Vocalists interested in a solo may stay after practice to audition.The Boars Head show dates are Friday, Nov. 30 at Batesville’s Tree Lighting and Saturday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. during Oldenburg’s Holidays Under the Spires.For more information please email [email protected] or  812-374-2037 or [email protected] or 812-212-0789.last_img read more

Nenagh Celtic hope to topple reigning champions

first_imgKick-off today at the Borrisokane FC Grounds is at 2.30pm and Stephen Gleeson will be at the game for TippFM Sport. Both Nenagh AFC and Nenagh Celtic will battle it out in a play-off for this year’s League crown. Nenagh Town will continue their drive for five before they depart the NTDL when they come up against North Tipp rivals Nenagh Celtic. Celtic’s manager Robbie Ryan says his side will look to topple the reigning champions this afternoon. last_img

Lakers’ Kobe Bryant learning more post moves from James Worthy

first_imgLakers coach Byron Scott and Bryant both attribute that skill toward his willingness to perform repetitive drills throughout the year. “He’s perfected it just a lot like MJ did in his later years of playing in this league,” Scott said. “It’s really helped him to get that little bit of space that he needs to create that space that he needs to get a shot up over guys.”Calm and collectedBryant’s recent practice tirade aside, Scott said the Lakers’ star has remained patient amid the team’s struggles. So much that Scott reported Bryant constantly texts him late at night to calm him down. “Even though we’ve struggled so far this year, in the back of his mind, he still wants to win a championship,” Scott said. Bryant’s contract ends after the 2015-16 season and is not expected to stay longer. Scott also defended Bryant’s two-year, $48.5 million extension that left the team with enough cap space this offseason only to sign one player at a max contract instead of two.“I didn’t think it was the money,” Scott said. “He could retire and would be fine. I think it was the loyalty the Lakers have toward him and him toward the Lakers.”Taking heatIt seemed likely Bryant would break Jordan’s record on Friday against San Antonio. But he finished with 22 points on 7-of-22 shooting, nine assists and four steals, while taking over point guard duties. Bryant also committed five turnovers, including three late in the fourth quarter, and played 40 minutes in a game Scott conceded he looked “exhausted.”“I guess it was my fault,” Scott joked about Bryant’s delayed milestone. “But I just knew at that time his presence when he is on the floor is still going to be effective.” He said itScott on Nick Young, the Lakers’ charismatic forward: “Heavenly Father broke the mold when he made him.” MINNEAPOLIS — For someone who has relished becoming the NBA’s elder statesman, Kobe Bryant still seeks to expand his game.So much that Bryant has asked former Lakers forward James Worthy to attend practices to show him more post moves to improve his positioning, using footwork and playing off angles. “I enjoy learning man,” Bryant said following the Lakers’ 100-94 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. “It’s fun to constantly try to figure out new things and figure out things to do better. I’m very blessed to be with an organization where you have some of the greats of all time sitting right there. At any given moment, you can call them at and they’ll come to practice and work with you.”Bryant surpassed Michael Jordan for third place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list on Sunday partly because he already crafted a fadeaway jumper and footwork, two skills Bryant attributes both to Jordan and former Houston Rockets center Hakeem Olajuwon. center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more


first_imgSean Mac Cumhaills GAA NotesUNDER 17 CAMOGIE LEAGUE FINAL.Our Under 17 Camogie girls played against Four Masters in the league final on Friday evening. Right from the throw in Mac Cumhaills were dominant. They scored a goal and a point within the first five minutes.Mac Cumhaills were unbeaten in the league and they were determined to to keep it that way. The girls battled all over the pitch and their determination was rewarded with an incredible scoreline of 8-04 to 0-01. Scorers were Holly Gillespie 3-0, Chloe Kennedy 0-3,Amy Campbell 1-0,Laura Browne 3-1 n Rachel mc Gowan 1-0 This is an incredible bunch of young ladies, who train hard and play hard. Their determination and commitment is a joy to behold. Well done to Geraldine and all the girls. You all have done the club proud once again. UNDER 15 OG SPORTThe lads traveled to Letterkenny Gaels to take part in the Og Sport tournament. They had three matches against Convoy, Termon and Gweedore. They won all matches. This puts them through to the final stages this week. Venues and times to be confirmed. Well done lads.SENIOR FOOTBALLSean Mac Cumhaills took on Downings on Sat evening in Mac Cumhaill Park. In ideal conditions, Mac Cumhaills took control right from the throw in. Stephen O Reilly slotted over a point after just 20 seconds. This set the pattern for the rest of the game. Downings never got going at all in this match.Ht Mac Cumhaills 4-11 Downings 0-01.The second half was more of the same.There were some good performances from some of the younger Mac Cumhaills players. Aaron Kely, Rory Dunleavy and Stephen Mulligan all showing well. The game ended 4-22 to 1-03. To compound Downings misery this result also relegated them. (please check)Mac Cumhaills: E Gallen, G Grindle, G Dunnion, P Gallen, S Mc Gowan, M O Reilly, S Duffy, P Mc Nulty, S O Reilly, S Mulligan, Brian Lafferty, A Kelly, Alan Patton, D O Leary, Rory Dunleavy Scorers for Mac Cumhaills S O Reilly 0-01, A Kelly 2-03, Rory Dunleavy 2-02, D O Leary 0-06 (2f), B Lafferty 0-01, A Patton 0-02, M Lynch 0-01, B Patton 0-01, S Mc Gowan 0-01, P Mc Nulty 0-01, S mulligan 0-03(1f)UNDER 16 LADIES FOOTBALLOur U16 ladies traveled to Convoy yesterday evening for our second match in the group stages. We started of very well and built up a good lead, but as the game progressed Convoy came more into the game and it was very even until half time .We regrouped and came out strong in the second half and played some very good football and ran out winners on a score line of 6-5 to 1-4. All Players who travelled got game time.This was a good result against a very good Convoy team. We take on Glenfin next week and a victory would see us top the group. We would like to see all family members come out next week and support the girls.UNDER 16 FOOTBALL Having topped their group the 16’s were drawn in a preliminary round against Gweedore. They played this match in Mac Cumhaill Park last week. they were victorious again and now face Termon in the quarter finals.SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIPBurt 2-18 Mac Cumhaills 2-12THIRD TEAM FOOTBALLMac Cumhaills 3-14 Ardara 2-11UNDER 13 FOOTBALLThe Under 13 league starts this Wednesday evening. we are home to St Eunans. Best of luck lads.MAC CUMHAILLS JACKPOT STILL AT €10,000There were no winners of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn were 10,15,24,25.Four match 3. Kelvin lynch, Evan Mc Devitt, Kathleen Clarke , Kevin Gallagher receive €40 each.Gary Dunnion’s team selling this week.Next weeks Jackpot is €10,000.BINGOThe Bingo is on in The Villa Rose this week. Jackpot is over €9,000.GAA NEWS: MAC CUMHAILLS U17 GIRLS DEFEAT FOUR MASTERS TO WIN CAMOGIE LEAGUE TITLE was last modified: July 29th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:GAANoticesSean Mac CumhaillsSportlast_img read more