At 8-32, they have the NBA’s worst record and lost nine straight games going into Tuesday’s matchup with Indiana. Cleveland has lost its last five home games by at least 20 points — a league record — and a slew of injuries has made things tougher.This isn’t the season the Cavs expected after signing Love to a four-year, $120 million contract extension after LeBron James left as a free agent.“It’s a big setback, not in my career, but as far as our team goes,” he said. “It’s just tough when you have several players out, veterans out and some of your top players that give you so much on both sides of the ball. I would just hope to come back, whether it be right before All-Star break, after All-Star break, just get things to start trending in the right direction and give the fans and this organization some hope for better times that are going to be here.”Love’s injury could complicate things if the Cavaliers intend to trade him.As he leaned on a wall inside the training facility, Love smiled when reminded that the trade deadline is approaching. His name has been linked to numerous deals almost since the day he arrived in 2014. He doesn’t expect that to change.“We’ll see. If not, we will wait until summer,” Love said of a possible trade. “I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’ve said all along I’ve wanted to be here. I’ve said this too, it’s a business. We saw that last year at the deadline. I had never seen so many guys traded from a team really ever. I had seen, playing six years in Minnesota and now this being my fifth year here, I’ve seen a lot of stuff. Think every trade deadline, draft, free agency, always brings something new.“It’s always different. I would love to be here. Would just love to get through a whole season healthy just because I’ve had nagging things that have taken time and been a little bit unlucky, but I would like to play ball here.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Love was recently cleared to accelerate his rehab, but he isn’t sure when he’ll play and suggested he could be out until after February’s All-Star break.“I don’t know,” he said when asked for a timeframe on his return. “It’s really tough for me to say because I don’t know how my foot is going to respond. Hopefully it will be sooner rather than later.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsLove has begun shooting and been “up on the toes a little bit” but not running. He’s listening to his doctors and his body.“I don’t know when I’ll be able to go one-on-one, two-on-two, three-on-three, but I think that’s all part of the next few weeks I’d say,” he said. View comments Comelec assures no disruption in operations with retirement of execs Rafael Nadal says ‘no pain’ after Sydney tie as Slam looms Sarah Geronimo’s ‘Tala’ enters Billboard’s world digital song sales chart Tim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’ ‘Duterte legacy:’ Gov’t boasts achievements so far MOST READ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? MINNEAPOLIS, MN – OCTOBER 19: Kevin Love #0 of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks on during the second quarter of the game against the Minnesota Timberwolves on October 19, 2018 at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images/AFPINDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Kevin Love’s comeback has been slow and steady. The Cleveland Cavaliers need it to speed up.Love said Monday that he’s still weeks away from doing any significant on-court work as the five-time All-Star forward recovers from left foot surgery that has sidelined him nearly all season.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Sarah Geronimo’s ‘Tala’ enters Billboard’s world digital song sales chart Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. P260,000 each in aid to displaced Marawi folk released by US Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption The 30-year-old played in just four games before undergoing surgery to have cartilage removed and fluid drained from around his left big toe. He got hurt in Cleveland’s exhibition opener and tried to play through the pain before it got tough for him to walk.Following the surgery, the Cavs initially thought Love might be back by the end of December, and he had targeted mid-January as a possible return. However, it now appears he could be out until February.One thing is certain: Love has no intention of sitting out the season.“That’s never really been the thought process — at least for me,” said Love, who recently visited his surgeon in New York. “I want to play. I want to be out there with those guys. I feel like I would be letting my teammates down, and letting (coach) L.D. (Larry Drew) and the coaching staff down if I didn’t get out there and play and get out there and play as soon as I could — so long as I’m healthy.”The Cavaliers need him badly.ADVERTISEMENT
The Center for Peace Education (CPE), with support from its US-based church, has distributed several medical supplies and anti Ebola materials to two clinics and communities in Brewerville City, Montserrado County.The items distributed included chlorides, soap, rice, gloves and various types of medical supplies for the fight to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD.)The funding which was used to purchase items distributed was provided to the organization by the United States-based Alfred Street Baptist Church (ASBC).The items were presented to the leadership of the markets and other places in the Brewerville City. They included the Moulton Corner, RCH Marshall Public Clinic, Banjor Public Clinic and the Red Hill Field.At the presentation ceremony last Friday, the director for Research and Training, John T. Cooper, said their role is to teach peace as a way of resolving conflict in Liberia, but they could not achieve their objective at the moment due to the Ebola crisis.He said that as a non-governmental organization, PCE will not sit by and see people die from the EVD, and other curable diseases without assisting, “this is why we decided to make this intervention,” said Mr. Cooper.At one of the distribution sites, Mr. Cooper paid tribute to health workers who are in the frontline of the Ebola fight and want to see that their fellow men survive.He said that the Friday’s distribution was the continuation of the entity’s campaign launched on August 26, this year. During the heat of the Ebola crisis in Montserrado County, he said, peer mediators, teachers and officials of the organization were in the field educating people on the preventive measures, and at the same time, distributing hand washing buckets, soap and chlorides to those who benefited from the education. Beneficiaries of the entity’s donations thanked the organization for the items and prayed that God will give the leadership the ability and strength to continue providing for the needs of the communities.Earlier, the Founder and Executive Director of the Center, Mainlehwon E. Vonhn, expressed gratitude to the Alfred Street Baptist Church—his home church in the US for coming to their aid with financial and spiritual resources which the people of Liberia needed the most.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The 2015 National Olympic Day Run will take place tomorrow in Monrovia. The road race, being held under the theme ‘conquerors of Ebola’ will begin at 7a.m at the Nigerian Embassy in Congo Town and climaxes at the Sports Commission, on Broad Street.According to the vice president for technical affairs of the Liberia National Olympic Committee, Malcolm Joseph, the race will feature children from ages 8-17, active athletes, track athletes, the physically challenged and the elderly.Mr. Joseph said this year’s race will give out the most valuable prizes in the history of the Olympic Day Run in Liberia.He said the first, second and third winners in each of the five categories will walk away with Ld30, 000, Ld20, 000 and Ld10, 000 respectively.Mr. Joseph said registration for the race is free of charge and is ongoing at the LNOC offices, the YMCA, and at the various universities and high school campuses in Monrovia.He lauded Bon Aqua, a product of Coca Cola Liberia, ACTIVA Insurance Company, SRIMEX Oil Gas, the Monrovia City Corporation and Putu Mining Company for their support to the race. The Liberia National Red Cross Society will be on hand with two ambulances and First Aid team during the race, while the Liberia National Police will also provide security and traffic control during the course of the race.Olympic Day Run is in commemoration of the founding of the parent body of Olympics in the word, the International Olympic Committee.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Police in F Division (Interior locations) have arrested a female resident of Bartica, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) following the discovery of a quantity of marijuana and cocaine.The illegal substances were unearthed at about 17:00h on Friday during a search at the First Avenue, Bartica residence.According to reports, acting on information received, a party of Police Officers went to the home of the 52-year-old woman and conducted a search, during which they found 25.1 grams of cocaine and 16.1 grams of cannabis.The suspect was taken into custody and is being processed for court on Monday.
The home behind which the body was found.In a grim atmosphere and with tears flowing down their cheeks, the children of 37-year old Zaila Sugrim looked on as undertakers removed the body of their mother from a shallow grave behind the Crane, West Coast Demerara (WCD) yard in which they lived.Zaila Sugrim was last seen by her sister at the Vreed-en-Hoop Stelling on Saturday when she entered the motorcar of her estranged husband.Guyana Times was told that on Saturday last at about 13:00h, Sugrim left her brother’s Diamond, East Bank Demerara (EBD) house where she had been living for the last eight months, to be picked up by her estranged husband to visit the businessman’s home where she was expected to celebrate the birthday of her eldest child.However, the 14-year-old child reported that she did not see nor hear from her mother. By nightfall the family became worried since it was very unusual for her not to call if she was out for long periods.Her brother, Ahmad Haniff, grew worried and called her cellphone but the phone was turned off.“In the afternoon like around six o’clock I get worried because she does normally call me and she and I coming home lil late or I might not come home… so when I see six o’clock, I calling she phone, she phone turn off, I call me sista, me brother them and so, father, everybody saying that no, them aint hear from she… at around 10, 11 the night, I keep calling no response,” Haniff told this publication.On Sunday morning, the worried man visited the Diamond Police Station where he filled a missing persons’ report. In the company of several Police Officers, a visit was made to his sister’s estranged husband’s home, where the man was uncooperative, but nonetheless informed Haniff and the Police that he did not see Zaila nor does he want anything to do with her.“So I seh bai, Zaila left to come by you, and we get footage to show that you pick she up Saturday 02:30h; he said no, he nah left the place and the children them know that he nah left the place,” the grieving brother related.After realising that something was amiss, the suspect’s children reportedly inspected CCTV footage of the home but a particular time period was deleted.This was reported to Sugrim’s relatives, who in turn informed Police ranks. This led to ranks swooping down on the suspect’s La Grange, West Bank Demerara (WBD) property where a search was carried out, however, nothing was found.After relatives made additional reports on Monday at the Diamond Police Station, another group of ranks swooped down on the suspect’s Crane home.After a search of the suspect’s motorcar, it was then that the Police received a break in the case after blood was spotted in the car’s trunk. This prompted Police to arrest the suspect and impound the car.After much interrogation, the suspect finally broke down and confessed that he indeed killed his estranged wife and led Police to where he buried the body, which was buried in a shallow grave behind his Crane home.When this publication visited the scene, the stench of Sugrim’s decomposed body was strong and a large group of onlookers were gathered. All her personal belongings which included her purse, shoes, jewellery and other items were found in the shallow grave. The woman’s remains were placed in a hearse and taken away as her children, family, friends and residents watched in disbelief.Years of severe abuseIn 2004, after graduating from the University of Guyana, where the couple met, the suspect and Zaila tied the knot in what was described as a happy, grand ceremony.Shortly after though, things changed for the worst when a disagreement between the couple led to the suspect allegedly chopping Kalam Ahmad, his wife’s father to his head.The situation intensified which saw the suspect banning his wife’s family from visiting her. Overwhelmed with emotions, Ahmad revealed that following the chopping incident, his family did not see nor did they hear from his daughter for 15 years.Guyana Times was told that the couple was married and their union brought forth five children. Upon delivering her first child, the man, according to an aunt, filed for divorce unknowing to her.Nevertheless, things reportedly changed and the couple got back together but the abuse continued.Meanwhile, Haniff recounted that when he heard his sister’s voice after 15 years in 2018, he did not recognise it. “She contacted we by phone and we didn’t even know it was her, we had to ask she certain questions and then we realise that it was her,” the man relayed.The now dead woman had made contact with her family from a hospital bed where she was hospitalised after she was severely beaten. That incident occurred on December 14, 2018. Her relatives related that she was restrained by duct tape before she was beaten. The matter was reported to the Police and her husband was arrested and charged. He was taken before the Leonora Magistrate’s Court after he was charged for unlawfully and maliciously causing grievous bodily harm to Sugrim.The woman who was present at the hearing had expressed fear for her life. However, in a bail application at the time, the suspect’s attorney informed the court that he was the sole breadwinner for his five children and he was granted bail on the condition that he stays 100 feet away from Sugrim.Following the incident, the woman had moved in with her brother. Not being able to provide for her children, she gave up custody to the suspect. She was however allowed to visit her children.Her attorney, Priya Manickchand, who was seen comforting the victim’s children at the scene on Tuesday, told the media that her client was making every attempt to untie herself from the suspect.“She was really trying to get out of this abusive relationship, that was abusive for many years that she had allegedly against the person they have in custody right now, which was her husband and that is where I was representing her,” the Attorney revealed.D Division (West Bank Demerara-East Bank Essequibo) Commander Edmond Cooper confirmed that the interrogation of the suspect led to the discovery of Sugrim’s body and informed that the man is assisting with investigations.In November 2010, Babita Sarjou had left her mother’s Timehri, East Bank Demerara (EBD) residence to meet her estranged husband and son – who was four years old at that time – to view the annual Diwali motorcade at the Kitty Seawall, Georgetown.She was never seen again and despite repeated telephone calls to both of Sarjou’s cellular phones on that night and after, every attempt to contact her proved futile.A report was made at the Timehri Police Station, EBD, and then another at the Kitty Police Station about the woman’s disappearance.Shortly before the woman’s disappearance she had filed a harassment case against her husband, Sharadanand Narine, called “Anand”, but the case was later dismissed.Narine was accused of pasting numerous copies of a nude photo of her on the walls and fence of her workplace at BK International, Soesdyke, EBD.However, six years later, Darell Punton, called “Yankee”, confessed to helping Narine murder Sarjou and burying her body in the backyard of Narine’s Lot 51 Seaforth Street, Campbellville, Georgetown property.The accomplice allegedly took investigators to where the skeletal remains were buried and upon unearthing the bones, Police ranks arrested the duo for the crime. (Kizzy Coleman and Bhisham Mohamed)Dead: Zaila SugrimResidents at the scene on TuesdayPolice at the scene of the crime
A massive turnout witnessed Sparta Boss, Uprising, Plaisance and North East La Penitence securing spots in the knockout round of the Guinness Cage Street-ball Championships, which continued on Saturday at the Haslington Tarmac.Uprising brushed aside Beterverwagting (BV)-B 3-1, with David Wilson recording a brace in the third and 12th minutes, while Phillip Williams accounted for the other goal in the sixth minute. Edun Fraser’s seventh-minute goal was the only opening allowed the opposition.North East La Penitence defeated Victoria Church Yard by a similar scoreline, as Keifer Brandt fired in a hat-trick. He scored in the fifth, eighth and 10th minutes, while Shemar McPherson scored the opposition’s consolation goal.Sparta Boss held firm to sink the Haslington Hypers 2-0. Jermin Junior was among the goals again, scoring in the fourth and ninth minutes.Meanwhile, Plaisance stunned Belfield Warriors 1-0 on penalty kicks, after normal time ended the game scoreless. It was a cagey affair, and it played into the hands of the Plaisance unit.The results for the other matches are displayed below. The round of 16 stage and quarterfinal round will kick-off on Saturday 25th at the same venue.Among the entities who’ve pledged their support to the event are: Banks DIH under its Guinness and Power Wine brands, Queensway Security Services, the Gaming Authority, Clark’s footwear giants Chetsons, E-Networks Inc., KSM Investments, Yhip’s Bakery, Brass Aluminum & Cast Iron Foundry (BACIF), Ray’s Auto Sales, Y.K. Investments, Trophy Stall, Express Shipping, Woodpecker Products, National Sports Commission, ‘C’ Division of the Guyana Police Force, Jai Signs & Auto Designs, Give Another Chance Foundation, Julius Variety Store, and C & C Prestigious Styles.
But Plummer, who has three years left on his contract and is due $5.3 million in 2007, is reportedly balking at the possible trade. The Oakland Raiders opened the free agency season by meeting with Jeff Garcia on Friday, but the highly sought after quarterback plans to talk to other teams before deciding where to sign for next year. The San Francisco 49ers signed cornerback Nate Clements and safety Michael Lewis on Friday, making two bold moves in the opening hours of free agency. Clements, the star cornerback from the Buffalo Bills, agreed to an eight-year, $80 million contract. Allenby is ahead Robert Allenby finished his round around lunchtime, and left PGA National thinking he’d be within two of three shots of the lead by day’s end. He ultimately was wrong, and probably thrilled. Allenby shot a 2-under 68 Friday, getting the Australian to 5 under after two rounds of the Honda Classic and into a tie atop the leaderboard with first-round leader Charlie Wi – who shot a wild round of even-par 70. England’s Oliver Wilson eagled the 11th and 15th holes en route to a 6-under 66 and one-stroke lead in the Johnnie Walker Classic in Thailand. Wade examined Dwyane Wade had his dislocated left shoulder examined Friday by specialist Dr. James Andrews, and Miami Heat coach Pat Riley said there’s no rush for a decision on whether season-ending surgery or rehabilitation is the best treatment. “It doesn’t make any difference,” Riley said. “We know he’s gone – four weeks, six weeks, the rest of the year.” Utah coach to leave Utah basketball coach Ray Giacoletti will leave at the end of the season, the school announced Friday. The Utes (11-17) are mired in their worst season in decades and are just 6-9 in the Mountain West Conference before Saturday’s game at rival Brigham Young. “No one wanted our team to succeed this year more than my staff and I, but that just wasn’t the case,” Giacoletti said in a statement. His tenure, which started with a 29-win season in 2004-05, will likely end at next week’s Mountain West Conference tournament unless the Utes somehow rally to win it. That’s the only way Utah can make the postseason. Gonzaga reserve player Theo Davis has been charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana stemming from his arrest with starting center Josh Heytvelt after a traffic stop in Cheney last month. The Mountain West Conference reprimanded Wyoming coach Steve McClain on Friday for published “negative remarks regarding the TCU men’s basketball program.” The remarks were published Thursday and violated a rule against public criticism of a member institution, the conference said in a statement. Neither the conference nor Wyoming officials would confirm what the remarks were or where they appeared. Tennis Ch. Open Just over eight hours after he found out that he’d be playing in the quarterfinals Friday, Evgeny Korolev advanced to the semifinals in the Tennis Channel Open with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over fellow 19-year-old Sam Querrey in Las Vegas. Korolev, from Russia, got back into the event when the ATP Tour reversed its decision to give top-seeded James Blake the controversial quarterfinal spot. Blake, the 2006 winner, led Juan Martin del Potro 6-1, 3-1 on Thursday in round-robin play when del Potro retired because of respiratory distress. Korolev, a 6-2, 6-4 winner over Blake in their opening-round match Tuesday, initially was declared the group winner based on his completed victory, but the tour reversed that decision Thursday night before switching back to Korolev on Friday. Argentina’s Juan Ignacio Chela advanced to the Mexican Open final Friday night when compatriot Agustin Calleri retired after pulling a leg muscle. In the other semifinal, top-seeded Juan Carlos Ferrero of Spain faced eighth-seeded countryman Carlos Moya, the 2002 and 2004 winner in Acapulco. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Four months after the death of team patriarch Red Auerbach, Larry Bird, Kevin McHale and Danny Ainge reunited in grief Friday to say goodbye to former Boston Celtics teammate Dennis Johnson. The trio of Celtics stars joined about 1,000 mourners who shared tears and laughter during Johnson’s 1 -hour funeral. “He was a great basketball player, a guy that was dedicated to the game, and he showed that by staying in it and going to the minor leagues to coach and try to move his way up,” Bird said. Plummer retiring? Jake Plummer’s status with the Denver Broncos was in limbo Friday. The quarterback who lost his starting job during the 2006 season reportedly would rather retire than accept a trade to Tampa Bay, the NFL Network and other media sources reported Friday afternoon. The Broncos and Buccaneers had reportedly worked out an agreement that would send Plummer to the Buccaneers in exchange for a middle-round draft pick. “D.J. was a huge part of championship teams and was a guy that everybody liked,” McHale said. “He was a fun guy, and he had a personality that fit with us because we had a bunch of guys who enjoyed each other.” Johnson, who was coaching the Austin Toros of the NBA’s Development League, died of an apparent heart attack after practice last month. He was 52.
MP Zimmer is also crediting the responding officers for “an impeccable job in ensuring we were safe.”MP Zimmer does however say he anticipates there’ll be some changes to security within Parliament Hill, but goes on to say it needs to strike the right balance in ensuring the federal government remains accessible.“We still want to maintain that public access so they can approach us and talk to us… but it will have to be more secure for sure.”MP Zimmer goes on to say, “There’s extremists in the nation and that’s a whole other question of ‘how do you deal with that?’”Advertisement MP Zimmer concludes by giving his utmost condolences to the Cirillo family.“We can’t stand for it and we won’t; we’ll make sure justice is served.” “It was a bit surreal to start with,” MP Zimmer recollects. “There’s blasting going on in the area [from construction], and once we heard the popping afterwards, we knew this was the real deal.”And that’s when the eight hour lockdown initially commenced.“We just got down, and some of us went to guard the doors to make sure he couldn’t get in… We just waited it out.”- Advertisement -MP Zimmer says he can’t give enough credit to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers for their heroic efforts.“What Kevin did by finally killing the terrorist; had he not done that, who knows what would have happened?”MP Zimmer adds of Cpl. Cirillo, “Here’s a guy guarding a cenotaph that’s commemorating fallen Canadian soldiers and somebody goes and kills him… [It’s] just such a despicable act.”Advertisement
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Construction on 100 street from 114a avenue and the East Bypass Road will start Monday.The work is part of the final phase of improvements for 100 street from 110 avenue to the East Bypass Road. The road will be upgraded to four lanes along with new street lights, storm sewer upgrades, multi-use trail and new traffic signals.The work on 100 street started in 2017 and was broken up into three phases, with the first two phases completed in 2017.- Advertisement -During construction, 100 Street between 114A Avenue and the East Bypass Road, the multi-use trail along 100 Street between 114A Avenue and the East Bypass Road, the connection between the East and West Bypass trails, and the parking lot near the East Bypass Road will be closed.The following detour routes will be in place for the duration of construction:From north of the City: take the East Bypass Road to 93 Street and then to 112 AvenueFrom east of 100 Street: take 98 Street to 112 AvenueFrom west of 100 Street: take 102 Street to 112 AvenueCouncil awarded the tender for the project to Knappett Industries (2006) Ltd. for $5,826,567.60.Advertisement This map shows the detour routes while construction is under way – City of Fort St. John
DDTV: FORMER Armagh star Stevie McDonnell reckons Donegal will have just a bit too much for Down in the Ulster SFC Final in Clones on Sunday (throw-in 2pm). In this interview McDonnell gives his reasons for his belief that Donegal will win back-to-back titles by two to three points.Donegal manager Jim McGuinness has named his team ahead of Sunday’s Ulster match.Midfielder Neil Gallagher has been ruled out with a chipped bone that he suffered during a club game, which means that Leo McLoone comes into the side.McLoone starts at centre-forward, with Ryan Bradley moving into centre-field to partner Rory Kavanagh. Donegal SF team to play Down: 1. Durcan, 2. McGrath, 3. N McGee, 4. McGlynn; 5. E McGee, 6. Lacey, 7. Thompson; 8. Bradley, 9. Kavanagh; 10. Walsh, 11. McLoone, 12. McHugh; 13. McBrearty, 14. Murphy (capt), 15. McFadden. The team trained at O’Donnell Park in Letterkenny last night – and finished with a Celtic-style huddle at the end!Footage courtesy of the GAA. DDTV VIDEO REPORT: FORMER ARMAGH STAR McDONNELL TIPS DONEGAL AS JIM NAMES TEAM was last modified: July 20th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:DDTV VIDEO REPORT: FORMER ARMAGH STAR McDONNELL TIPS DONEGAL TO CONQUER DOWN