Tags: CafCAF Champions LeagueKCCA FCPetro de Luandatop KCCA FC defeated African Stars in the last round.CAF has named the match officials that will handle the CAF Champions League first-round encounter between KCCA FC and Petro de Luanda.The Kasasiro boys will visit De Luanda in Angola for the first leg on September 14 before the return leg two weeks later.Belay Tadesse Asseresse from Ethiopia will be the Center Referee for the game.He will be assisted by fellow country-men Kindie Mussie and Tigle Gizaw Belachew as the first and second assistant referees.Another Ethiopian Biruk Yemanabran Kassaun will be on the sideline as the fourth official while Carlos Francisco from Mozambique has been confirmed as the match commissioner.KCCA FC knocked out Namibia’s African Stars 4-3 on aggregate – Allan Okello and Mustafa Kizza scored in the return leg at Lugogo to put KCCA in the first round.The Angolan giants, on the other hand, beat Lesotho’s Matlama 4-0 on aggregate to reach this round.Winner of this tie will progress to the group stages of the CAF Champions League while the loser will drop to Confederation cup qualifiers.The match will be played on a natural surface at Estadio 11 de Novembro in Luanda – Angola a familiar ground to KCCA FC where they played C.D Primeiro De Agosto on 19th February 2017.It should be noted that Uganda Premier League Champions eliminated De Agosto on away goals after a 2-2 aggregate draw.Comments
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A SUMMER sunshine beamed its rays down on Sean MacCumhaill Park this afternoon for the 2019 Donegal SFC semi-finals.Champions Gaoth Dobhair overcame Kilcar 3-8 to 0-12 to return to the final, where they will defend Dr Maguire and also put their Ulster SFC title on the line.Standing between the Gaoth Dobhair men and retention of their silverware will be Naomh Conaill, who edged St Eunan’s 0-15 to 1-11 in the first semi-final. After losing the last two finals, Naomh Conaill will be aiming for a case of third time lucky. A healthy attendance of 5,400 saw the action unfold.Pictures by Evan Logan …A section of the large crowd at Sunday’s game.Hugh, Geraldine, Francie, Eddie and Tommy enjoying the occasion.Eddie Crawford and Malachy McCann.A section of the large crowd at Sunday’s game.Glenfin men Hugh, Seamus, John and Seamus enjoying a half time cuppa.Gaoth Dobhair supporters Aoibhin, Emma and Roisin before Sunday’s big game.A section of the large crowd at Sunday’s game.A section of the large crowd at Sunday’s game.Kilcar supporters Saoirse, Cliodhna and Laina.A section of the large crowd at Sunday’s game.Kilcar supporters Ciara, Katie, Mollie and Kelsey.Naomh Conaill supporters Jade, Cathy, Andrea, Lara and Abbi celebrate their big win.Picture special from Donegal senior championship semi-finals was last modified: October 6th, 2019 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:2019 Donegal SFCGaoth DobhairkilcarNaomh ConaillSt Eunans
What on earth were Bollywood actors Shreyas Talpade and Mahie Gill looking for in people’s bags in Delhi?Well, Shreyas and Mahie were in the capital to promote their upcoming film Aagey Se Right and did everything to convince Delhiites about their new on-screen roles.While Mahie plays a journalist in the film, Shreyas is a clumsy police officer searching for his lost gun. “I play a laidback cop who has lost his gun,” says Shreyas. “And Mahie is a glamorous reporter who is trying to help me (find the gun).”Now with a glamorous journalist like Mahie, her oomph factor could come in handy to a silly cop like Shreyas. After all, which policeman sports a trendy watch while on duty? To that, Shreyas has an answer ready. “My dad too was in the police force (in the film). He wasn’t really a good cop; used to take a lot of bribe,” he says.Now that’s a filmi cop in the making!
Newly sworn-in ministers, left to right, Salman Khurshid and Ashwani Kumar with President Pratibha Patil and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New DelhiPrime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday reshuffled the Union Cabinet without disturbing the ‘big four’ incumbents in Finance, Home, Defence and External Affairs. The swearing-in of the new incumbents took place in a ceremony at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This was the first cabinet reshuffle in UPA-II after it retained power in May 2009. The second phase of Cabinet reshuffle will happen after the Budget session concludes in May.Praful Patel, Sriprakash Jaiswal and Salman Khursheed have been elevated as cabinet ministers. While Urban Development Minister Jaipal Reddy has been shifted to Petroleum and Natural Gas, Kapil Sibal retains Telecom and HRD. Murli Deora has been moved from Petroleum and Natural Gas to Corporate Affairs.Patel has been promoted from the Civil Aviation Ministry (independent charge) to a full Cabinet Minister and will head the Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Ministry. Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi gets the additional charge of Civil Aviation.Jaiswal has been elevated in the same Ministry of Coal as Cabinet Minister. Khursheed is the new Cabinet Minister for Water Resources.In the media spotlight following the spiraling price rise in food items, Sharad Pawar, also the ICC chief, has shed the Consumer Affairs and Food and Civil Supplies portfolio, retaining the Agriculture Ministry. He also gets Food Processing Industries. Kamal Nath has been moved from the Road Transport and Highways to Urban Development.advertisementAjay Maken and K.V. Thomas have been elevated as Ministers of State with Independent Charge and will head Youth Affairs and Sports, and Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, respectively. Beni Prasad Verma is the new induction as Minister of State (independent charge) for Steel.Ashwani Kumar and K.C. Venugopal will be new Ministers of State. Kumar gets Planning and Parliamentary Affairs and Science and Technology and Earth Sciences while Venugopal gets Power.M.S. Gill has been moved from Sports and Youth Affairs to the Statistics and Programme Implementation Ministry. Virbhadra Singh has been shifted from Steel to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises while Vilasrao Deshmukh has been shifted from Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises to Rural Development (rumours were rife that this portfolio could be assigned to Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi) with additional charge of Panchayati Raj.B.K. Handique has been divested of Mines portfolio and retains Development of North Eastern Region.C.P. Joshi has been shifted from Rural Development and Panchayati Raj to Road Transport and Highways. Kumari Selja loses Tourism but gets additional charge of Culture and retains Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation.Subodh Kant Sahay has been shifted from Food Processing Industries to Tourism. Pawan Kumar Bansal retains Parliamentary Affairs, losing Water Resources which has been given to Salman Khurshid.Dinsha Patel, MoS Railways, has been shifted to Mines and promoted as MoS Independent Charge.Changes have also been made in the portfolios of various Ministers of State. E. Ahamed has been shifted from Railways to External Affairs while Harish Rawat from Labour to Agriculture and Food Processing Industries.V. Narayanaswamy has been made MoS in the PMO, Department of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension. He retains Parliamentary Affairs while losing Statistics and Programme Implementation.Gurudas Kamat has been shifted from Department of Telecom to Home Affairs in the capacity of MoS. A Sai Pratap gets Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.Bharatsinh Solanki gets Railways as MoS while Jitin Prasada gets Road Transport and Highways. Madhav S Khandela has been moved to Tribal Affairs.R.P.N. Singh will be MoS in Petroleum and Natural Gas and Corporate Affairs while Tusharbhai Chaudhary will be MoS Road Transport and Highways.Arun Yadav will be MoS Agriculture and Food Processing Industries, while Pratik Prakashbapu Patil will be MoS Coal and Vincent Pala will be Minority Affairs.- With PTI inputs