Andy Murray will leave the Australian Open early if his wife goes into labour prematurely.Kim Sears isn’t expecting until mid-February, but Murray told the Daily Mail newspaper that he’s prepared to withdraw from the first major of the year if she goes into labour early.”I’d go home. For sure, yes,” Murray said in yesterday’s edition. “I want to make sure at the beginning I am there as much as I can be to try and help out, just be there for whatever is really required of me.”The Australian Open, where Murray has reached the final four times but never won, runs from January 18-31.Regardless of his result, Murray said he’s taking off all of February and won’t play again until the first round of the Davis Cup in early March at home against Japan. Britain will be defending the trophy that Murray led them to last month.The second-ranked Murray said he is looking forward to becoming a father.”I am excited about that,” he said. “People have asked me, ‘Do you think it will be a distraction?’ It might be a distraction, but it’s a good distraction.”It’s actually not good to all the time be just concentrating on tennis and your training all of the time. It is important … when you finish on the practice court, be able to just go away and be with your friends and your family.”Murray also reunited with coach Amelie Mauresmo and her first child Aaron in Dubai this week. Mauresmo gave birth in August and Murray hadn’t seen her since Wimbledon in July.”I really enjoy working with her,” he said. “The last six months not seeing her, it’s just nice to have her back as part of the team, and get that continuity going again.”
…allegedly wounded man who refused to give him moneyQuincy Henry, also known as “Fix It”, on Wednesday denied that he wounded Troy Bacchus, called “Fletcher”, with the intent of murdering him on September 20, 2015, at Bourda, Georgetown. Henry also denied the alternative count, which stated that he tried to cause grievous bodily harm or to main, disfigure, disable or disarm Bacchus. The defendant entered pleas of not guilty on both counts at his first appearance at the High Court before Justice Brassington Reynolds. A 12-member mixed jury was empanelled to hear the case.Prosecutors Tiffani Lyken, Seeta Bishundial and Narissa Lander are appearing forAccused: Quincy Henrythe State. Meanwhile, the accused was not represented by legal counsel. Justice Reynolds however gave him until today to retain the services of an attorney ahead of the start of the trial.Based on reports surrounding the case, Henry who works as a handyman, had a habit of asking individuals for money. On the day in question, Bacchus refused to give the accused any money which reportedly led to an altercation between the two.During Wednesday’s court appearance, Henry seemed to have difficulty hearing as the Judge and the Court’s Registrar repeated statements several times while communicating with him. The accused was out on $50,000 bail prior to the empanelment, but he was remanded to prison for the duration of the case.
The under 13s are at home to N. Conaill this Saturday at 11am.The reserves were unable to overcome Carndonagh in their Reserve Championship playoff last weekend. The seniors also made the long journey to Urris and came away with a valuable point. The seniors and reserves travel to Newtown to take on N. Colmcille. The reserves throw in at 4pm and the seniors at 5:30.The annual rental advertising board rental renewal is now due. Advertisers already with an advert board – 100 euro. For new advertisers/sponsors the fee is 200 euro. Contact Seamus Rodgers or Danny Doogan. There was a very successful club development plan session last Friday evening. Thanks to all who attended and there was a lot of good discussion. Also a very positive meeting on Monday night last that set out some objectives for the club and thanks to all those who attended.The club are organising a fundraiser with a difference during October and November which should be good craic also. 20 homes will host a Come Dine With Me night by inviting friends and family to join them for a night of great food. All guests will meet up in Dannie Minnies that night where the night’s winners will be announced. The Club is still searching for another few Hosts for the upcoming Come Dine with me night on Friday October 21st. Please see facebook and website for further details.Beidh comortas aitiuil ‘Scor na nOg’ i Aisleann Rann na Feirste ar an Domhnach 16u Deireach Fomhair ag tosach 6 i.n. Thig breis eolais maidir le comortas agus iarratais a fhail ach glaoch ar, 9548007/0872203947/0879158205.The Naomh Mhuire GAA Club is hosting ‘Scor na nOg’ confined to the club area in Aisleann Rann na Feirste on Sunday 16th October @6pm. Further information in relation to various competitions and entry forms can be had by contacting numbers. 9548001/0872203947/0879155805. Lotto details for week 28th September; jackpot 2720 euro. No jackpot winner. There were two match 3 winners – Joanne Rodgers – Rann Na Feirste, Mark Anthony Bonner – Rannyhual. Numbers were 3-6-14-18. New sellers for Annagry area needed anyone interested contact committee member.100 Club draw for September: E400; Jackie Hughes – Mullachdudh. E200; Gary Boyle – Glen Road, Annagry. E1OO; Joe McDevitt – Caislann Oir agus Danny McGinley – Mullachderg.Check out our club website www.naomhmhuire.ieGAA NOTES: NAOMH MHUIRE was last modified: October 4th, 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:NAOMH MHUIRE GAA NOTES