Donegal v Dublin: Five talking points from Sean MacCumhaill Park

first_imgMichael Murphy’s late free earned Donegal a valuable draw with Dublin at MacCumhaill Park on Sunday.Jason McGee and Ryan McHugh scored goals late in the first half to put Donegal ahead at the break. The game looked beyond Donegal when Niall Scully netted for Dublin, but late scores by Ciaran Thompson and Murphy gave Donegal a draw.Chris McNulty looks at five talking points from the game … A vital point that should be enough to keep Donegal upDonegal will still need more points to stay in Division 1, but there’s no doubt Sunday’s draw – secured via Michael Murphy’s last-gasp free – was a big point for this young Donegal side to get.Over the 70 minutes on Sunday, Dublin used 12 players who had been involved in last year’s All-Ireland final replay win over Mayo.Donegal were without the likes of Martin McElhinney, Karl Lacey and Patrick McBrearty, but they had the Dubs rattled to such an extent that Jim Gavin had to call upon Michael Darragh Macauley, Paul Flynn and Kevin McManamon from the bench.Donegal go to Cavan on Saturday night with survival in Division 1 within touching distance – something that would be a real confidence booster for Rory Gallagher’s new-look side. “I’d say it would give us a good chance,” Gallagher observed.“The way we approach it we are taking it week on week. We are looking to gain that experience as a new group and be better by the end of the league than we were at the start.” McHugh continues goal-den streak against DubsWhen Donegal stunned Dublin, and the watching Gaelic football public, in the All-Ireland semi-final in 2014, Ryan McHugh’s brace of goals were the strikes that turned the tide in his team’s favour.McHugh has long since been regarded as one of the most promising players in the country and is well capable of being one of Donegal’s leaders.Scoring goals against Dublin had become a habit for the Kilcar man. When he slotted home Donegal’s second major on Sunday, it was a fifth goal against the Dubs. McHugh was one of the Donegal players to come in for big attention from Dublin on Sunday – but they were powerless to stop him from netting. Jason McGee is grasping his chanceIn the winter of 2013, Jason McGee’s prowess on the soccer field alerted the radar of Nottingham Forest. McGee was at PCC, Falcarragh at the time and he went for a trial at Wilford Lane, Forest’s training ground.A couple of months later, McGee led PCC to an Ulster Colleges Arthurs Cup win as they defeated St Mark’s, Warrenpoint at Celtic Park.McGee could have been lost to Donegal. He was concentrating on soccer when Declan Bonner went in search of him in 2015. McGee joined the Donegal minors that year and in 2016 he was a star of the Donegal minor side that won an Ulster League and Championship double. The call came from Rory Gallagher in the autum and, although the Cloughaneely man might’ve been expected to have to bide his time he’s made a slot his own in the Donegal engine room.He tucked home Donegal’s opening goal on Sunday, having initially been denied by Stephen Cluxton, and he superbly curled over the first point of the day.Given the big departures from Donegal’s midfield, McGee has grasped his chance – and will be hard to dislodge. Donegal defend their way to a share of the spoilsRory Gallagher had accepted in his pre-match press briefing that, against the reigning League and All-Ireland champions, that Donegal would have to revert to a more defensive approach for this one.Donegal had been open and more expansive than we’ve come to expect, for the opening games against Kerry and Roscommon.They’d shipped two goals in both those games and seemed too porous at times –so down came the shutters on Sunday.While Jamie Brennan ploughed a lonely furrow in the Donegal attack, Gallagher said of his team’s set-up: “You ask Dublin about that, they sent their full-back line forward and our boys tracked them back.“It was a scrappy day and it was a difficult day to score so maybe it was always going to be like that.”Points mean prizes – and a draw with Dublin was a fine feather to add to Donegal’s cap here, regardless of how they might have been perceived to have lined up for long spells of a game that saw them go periods of 25 and 27 minutes without a score.Frank McGlynn added some contex to that point: “Statistics-wise it’s probably a worry that we went so long without a score, but you have to take the conditions into account. It was energy-sapping –but we did get the scores when they were needed.” Fortress Ballybofey – and a case for making this house the homeSince Down left Sean MacCumhaill Park in 2010 following an Ulster SFC win, Donegal have gone unbeaten in 16 League and Championship matches at the venue.Jim McGuinness’s stated preference was for Donegal to play in Ballybofey as much as they could and Rory Gallagher recently outlined similar views.“We very much enjoy the connection with the supporters and the way they get behind you in Ballybofey,” Gallagher said. “It’s a big help to us. That might be a small thing, but to the players who love playing football and love playing for Donegal, getting to Ballybofey is something special.”Donegal have developed Ballybofey into something of a fortress and with Tyrone to come in a couple of weeks’ time, protecting that unbeaten record was important on Sunday.“We enjoy playing in MacCumhaill Park – it’s our number one pitch,” Frank McGlynn noted.“When you come here, it has a different feeling about it. Players looking forward to playing here and we’re proud of the record we have in Ballybofey.”It is unlikely to happen, but there is an argument to be made, surely, for all of Donegal’s senior games to be played in Ballybofey.Donegal v Dublin: Five talking points from Sean MacCumhaill Park was last modified: February 28th, 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:BallybofeydonegaldublinJason McGeeJim GavinMichael MurphyRory GallagherRyan McHughlast_img read more

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there are also more offenders of all levels per capita here as wellGletne said it’s probably because the city is home to a state medium-security prison the State Hospital which treats sex offenders and four transition homes for when those offenders are releasedRegistered high-risk sex offenders deemed by authorities as a high risk to re-offend and whose address changes police must announce publicly are an unevenly distributed population Though numbers can change daily as offenders move around a search of the registry in June yielded a total of 232 high-risk offenders statewide but 60 percent live in ZIP codes in the Bismarck-Mandan area Fargo-West Fargo and Jamestown areas These ZIP codes have 37 percent of the state’s estimated high-risk offender populationWhere offenders liveThe Jamestown ZIP code had 35 high-risk offenders which is 20 offenders per 10000 residents Put another way one out of every 500 Jamestown residents is a high-risk offenderBismarck-Mandan ZIP codes had 66 or six per 10000 and Fargo-West Fargo ZIP codes had 38 or three per 10000 Bismarck is home to two state prisonsPolice Sgt Junell Krabbenhoft who oversees sex offender registration in Fargo said the city has one detective registering sex offenders full time and assigning officers to check on each She said there are 240 sex offenders of all risk levels living in the city and 83 more who work in the cityAll these figures do not include those in state custody such as prisoners or those confined to the State HospitalThey also don’t include sex offenders who haven’t had their risk levels assessed by the state of North Dakota Other states and American Indian reservations assess risk levels their own way so apple-to-apple comparisons are difficult Reservations in North Dakota reported 69 Tier 3 sex offenders the highest-risk category In Moorhead’s ZIP code seven high-risk sex offenders are registered with the state of Minnesota The state doesn’t assign a risk level to every sex offender for a variety of reasons including those who commit their crimes as juveniles or were released from prison before 1997That may be why in Minnesota communities the size of Fargo-Moorhead have much smaller numbers of high-risk sex offenders There are seven in St Cloud ZIP codes and 10 each in Duluth and Rochester ZIP codes or one in 10000 residents in all three areasIn South Dakota no risk levels are assigned to sex offenders The state assigns offenders to one of three tiers the highest one being those who must register for life The lifetime registration is the default and being able to get off the registry is based mostly on the offender being 21 or younger when the crime happened and the victim being 13 or olderSioux Falls police said there are 522 Tier 3 sex offenders—the highest tier—in Minnehaha County; city-level data tied to tiers was not available That works out to 28 per 10000 residents or one out of every 355 The city hosts a state prison which includes transitional housingPolice Det Ron Harris who oversees the sex offender registry for his department said it’s logical that more offenders would settle in the area after leaving transitional housing which requires they have jobs enough cash in the bank to survive in the outside world and housing before they’re released He said he doesn’t have data that proves that thoughSex offender registries kept by law enforcement have been more or less open to the public since around 1996 when President Bill Clinton signed Megan’s Law requiring sex offenders and their whereabouts be disclosed to the public It’s named after Megan Kanka a 7-year-old New Jersey girl who was kidnapped raped and killed by her neighbor Jesse Timmendequas in 1994 Her parents were unaware he was a sex offenderIn more recent years registries have gotten more attention with the 2003 kidnap and murder of University of North Dakota student Dru Sjodin by another sex offender Alfonso Rodriguez Jr That prompted the creation of a national registry named after herKeeping tabsGletne said because housing for sex offenders is so hard to come by—few communities want them and public notification means even friends and families may refuse them—Jamestown has become a destination for many offenders coming from other parts of the stateWhen registering offenders for the first time police often ask why they happen to be in Jamestown he said and often the answer is because the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation has placed them with the transition homes "Because of housing needs and for treatment and for supervision we end up with quite a few people who are really not from our community"He said there has been little opposition to the construction of transition homes here which he attributes to hospital and prison employees in the community just being used to dealing with former felonsGletne said keeping close tabs on sex offenders the way Jamestown police officers do has been effective "I think the program has kept things under control It develops that relationship We’re checking on them every month visiting with them They know we’re thinking about them They know we’re out there I do think that has to have some impact"It’s rare he said that a registered sex offender commits another sex crime in the community—he could only think of two since he started with the department more than 40 years ago— though other minor crimes such as thefts aren’t unknownOne of those re-offenders was Walter J Grant Jr. Williams’s character Mia becomes estranged from main actor Casey Affleck. (With Agency Inputs)I’m cruising through amaranth-tinged vacuum in a dangerously vulnerable starship Asteroids phase in and out of view each a lumpen mass my photon cannons can smash into space fuel A pack of capital ships warps into view like some cosmic rabbit-from-a-hat trick In the distance a “distress signal” beckons as pirates needle a flock of lumbering freighters like interstellar bees Should I join the fray On whose side Should I instead make for a nearby moon to scavenge resources Or a distant “space anomaly” that’s been vying for my attention Read TIME’s piece on the creation of No Man’s Sky This is Hello Games’ audacious No Man’s Sky out for PlayStation 4 August 9 and PC August 12 Whether it measures up to years of anticipation depends how closely you paid attention to Hello Games’ original promise: that it was cobbling together a kind of Zen zoology simulator framed by freeform exploration of procedurally generated planets with bouts of action-angled interstellar combat thrown in Not scientifically rigorous (though very much science-informed) and definitely not a Space Sim to Rule All Space Sims But thats okay because it turns out "freeform zoology thingy with gorgeous vistas" is enough and at times sublimely more Here’s how it works: Everyone starts at the edge of the universe on a unique planet beside a crashed spaceship This is the screw your courage to the sticking place part as you’re assaulted by atmospherics like temperature toxicity and radiationmore so if you’ve lucked into somewhere truly noxious To get the spaceship working you have to probe for resources using a jetpack (it gets you out of holes and softens drops) and a “multi-tool”a sort of space-age Swiss Army Knife that doubles as a blaster Both your spacesuit and ship need infusions of elements like Carbon Plutonium and Thamium9 and their scarcity or plentifulness is determined by a planet’s proximity to its sunanother indication of how science-nerdy the Hello Games folks are Repair your ship by alchemizing the right materials and you can lift off through the clouds and into space all of it as loading-screen-free as teased in those early videos From orbit you can leap to other planets or dock at space stations to trade with other species Or become a space pirate Or fashion yourself as an intergalactic Claude Lévi-Strauss Its a cosmic carte blanche The big gameplay complication is that your suit and ship have limited storage slots so inventory management and supply-demand savvy become crucial Along the way you’ll unlock “recipes” that let you craft upgrades to your suit ship or multi-tool and occasionally chance on cosmic artifacts that tease different pathed backstories or teach you new words in alien vocabularies It’s a classic extract-barter-upgrade loop Butand this is where the game’s virtues become more abstractit’s also about reveling in the outlandish things the universe-generation algorithm lobs at you Like creepy towering creatures with lobster eye-stalks and skittering spider legs or a cavern full of exotic multi-hued flora and dancing luminescent motes or a sunset so psychedelic and stirring you can’t help but stop to watch If Minecraft is a procedural game about refining and reorganizing distributed bits of informationall those cubes of dirt and rock and ore into recognizable objects and structures and mechanismsthen No Man’s Sky is a procedural game about instead cataloguing all that procedural output while enjoying the five-star views A game this unstructured just goes to show you no two or 10 (or who knows how many) players are going to approach it the same way or for the same reasons Someone landed a copy a week early then decided to race as fast as possible to the center (there’s a mystery there if you’re up to it) as a way of testing claims about the game’s capaciousness That’s one way to do it like speed-reading a Kim Stanley Robinson novel or winning a hot dog eating contest Another might be what I’ve been up to during my first day with the game just ambling around a handful of planetsdiscovered and named after my childrenin nearby solar systems When you think about how technically vast this game is that’s like saying you spent a day in contemplation of two or three grains of sand Hello Games But we’ve known all along that No Man’s Sky mathematical grandeur masks a universe that’s idiosyncratic only to a point There are no grand civilizations sequestered somewhere in this galaxy with Turing Test-passable aliens waiting to wow us with riveting conversation You’ll never get to square off against other players in frenzied dogfights or even meet up with friends for an adventure That No Man’s Sky only gins up content when you’re paying attention to it is poetically solipsistic: It’s literally only about you The point is that you only notice that sameness in small ways because all you’ll ever see is a microscopic fraction of the output If two or three planets can devour hours imagine trying to visit half a million or morea blip against the total upwards of 18 quintillion No one’s going to come close So in playing No Man’s Sky you wind up thinking less about its theoretical size than what it feels like to navigate from one planet to the next or between systems and on to galaxies whether following the tendrils of optional story beats or exploring for the pleasure of exploration alone I was worried the game might lose me for the inverse of all the reasons a game like Minecraft has yet to bore me Yes the universe isn’t random and yes it’s all extrapolated from a nucleus of elegant mathematics in a way that boggles the mind But randomness was never the issue The problem with exploration-driven gameplay at this scale is over-generalization and you’ll notice it straight off in No Man’s Sky: Alien outposts laid out the same on every planet; diplomatic chitchats that draw from a shallow pool of conversational possibilities; geometrically unique but interactively homogenous creatures that wander about in the same aimless ways Hello Games But a lot of people bounce playing Minecraft because they’re looking for a game it’s not trying to be Just because hunks of half-chopped trees hang in the air defying Newtonian physics doesn’t mean Minecraft has a gravity problem Likewise No Man’s Sky‘s algorithmic seams feel like red herrings for players looking for something Hello Games never set out to make: not a game that trots out surprise after surprise but one that equips you with the tools to surprise yourself Maybe it was the time I chose to swap ships without a part needed to craft warp cells stranding me in a system on a mystery-hunt across half a dozen moons and planets Or the space pirates that chased me down from orbit to dogfight planet-side as a blood-red sun dropped over cerulean waters Or the time I spent a full play session trying to line myself up just to see a solar eclipse Whatever the anecdote it’s felt organic enthralling and entirely earned What would finishing a game like this look like Collect enough space bucks to buy the coolest ship or spacesuit Unlock every achievement Unearth some Ambrose Bierce twist where it turns out the whole thing’s an elaborate simulation (Which technically speaking a procedurally generated universe already is right) Who knows I’ve poured hundreds of hours into Minecraft and I’ve yet to visit “The End” or slay the Ender Dragon Our ideas of what it means to play much less “finish” games like this look increasingly like scatter charts Even if a hundred or more hours from now No Man’s Sky wears out its welcome I’ll be grateful and still somewhat awestruck by what a tiny team of developers rejiggering decades-old design ideas managed to pull off 45 out of 5 Reviewed on PlayStation 4 Write to Matt Peckham at [email protected]: Aiming to recreate the BJP’s stellar UP show in Bengal rural polls next year and 2019 Lok Sabha elections the BJP in the state is taking tips from their counterparts in Uttar Pradesh and has prepared a 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streets Bengal is desperatly looking for a political force to counter TMC" Ganguly told PTI BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha said since the results of UP have come out leaders from various political parties are in touch with BJP and have expressed their wish to join the party "For last two days we have received calls from various parties expressing a desire to join the party The surge in UP will definitely have its ripples in Bengal" Sinha felt Sinha however says that whoever wants to join BJP has to pass through the special screening committee of the party The party has also decided to rope in intellectuals and popular faces in an attempt to build a good image of the party in the state The party will create an army of trained workers and whole timers who could propagate about the achievements of the Narendra Modi government in every district of the state and expose the misrule of the TMC government A state BJP general secretary said that a screening process was recently started to 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