Mullinahone clocked up a goal and 6 points in the second half to try and narrow the gap but a P White goal for Clonoulty in injury time saw them run out 1-18 to 1-10 winners.There was knocks on both sides -Clonoulty centre back John O’Keefe and Mullinahone’s Eoin Kelly both limped off injured. It follows wins over Mullinahone and Drom & Inch respectively this afternoon.Kildangan took an early lead in their clash with Drom & Inch and at half time were three points up – However at this point it was still anybody’s game- Drom continued their fight back in they earlier part of the second half but Kildangan then clocked up two goals putting them very much in control. Seamie Callanan’s side managed to find the back of the net late in injury time to narrow the gap but in the end Kildangan secured victory on a 2-18 to 1-17 scorelineClonoulty dominated the early game at Semple Stadium with their forwards finding space to score and by half time they were leading by 12 points to 4
Whether it’s left in the rubble from a Black Friday trampling, or waiting to be pushed out on a deep discounted Cyber Monday, sports-related merchandise disguised as art that is specific to the L.A. fan can often be more suitable for a Christmas-time White Elephant gift exchange.It’s early in the process, so there is time to be discriminating if shopping for anyone with any sort of affinity to the Lakers, Clippers, Sparks, Dodgers, Angels, Rams, Chargers, Kings, Ducks, USC or UCLA. And those in between. But upon further review, you can hopefully see why the following might come without proper manufacture warning labels.Please have an adult in the room before clicking during the holiday season – and keep in mind, these are just the team-sponsored sites, so there’s a whole other world of weird beyond what is offered here:LAKERS AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with Packers* A Sneaker BRXLZ Puzzle ($29.99, NBA.com store)When assembled, this Lego-looking thing appears to be both artistic and practicable. Something that can be displayed in a plastic case to be admired, or used as a suitable substitute in case the Big Baller Brand shoe doesn’t arrive in time from the Neptune glue factory via Milky Way UPS. It is recommended for those 12-and-older, and it goes without suggestion that the bricks can be re-used to fashion your own Lonzo Ball-looking jumpshot in the driveway or school yard.CLIPPERS* A Blake Griffin Elf Christmas Tree Ornament ($9.99, NBA.com store)A 4-inch tall, not-made-to-scale rendition of the team’s last remaining star player. Imagine him dribbling out the 24-second clock before deciding he may as well just put his head down, charge toward the rim and leap over a toy Kia to close the Clippers’ gap to 18 points. The ornament otherwise looks nothing like Griffin, but closer to Will Ferrell from the movie “Elf.” Maybe it’s just a J.J. Redick leftover from Overstock.SPARKS* 2016 Championship Banner ($10.99, WNBAStore.com)Remember what those look like? You’re probably dating yourself if you recall that the Sparks are the last pro sports team in SoCal to hoist a piece of felt into the air signifying a title accomplishment. Ahem. Now stop dating yourself. It looks wrong. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error DODGERS* Team-logo roadside emergency kit ($54.99, MLBShop.com)As of Friday, they were out of stock. Surprised? After Dave Roberts used both the Phillips and flat-head screwdriver, ratchet set, tire pressure gauge, electric tape, dash-board fuses, jumper cables and even the ice scraper in Game 7 of the World Series, there was nothing left to do but put out the road flares (not included) and call the Auto Club. No one dodged the issue that Nov. 1 night, as Dodgers fans couldn’t even get a tow to the abandoned Union 76 station in the parking lot if they wanted it because of their dead battery.ANGELS* “The Rock Pile” Minimalists art print by Giclee ($499.99 for a 17” x 26” size or $99.99 for a 14” by 20” size, MLBShop.com)You’ve seen that center-field Disney-themed décor that seems to be an issue with traditionalists who don’t believe it adds anything aesthetically to the baseball experience. Hence, it can now me minimize with this minimalist rendition that, at best, kind of looks like something Mike Trout would try to avoid getting on his shoes were he chasing a long fly ball. Look at it another way, and the illustrators from “South Park” have created a creepy shower curtain for Mike Scioscia’s office. There’s also a rendition of the Angel Stadium giant halo that could be mistaken as a pair of needle-nosed pliers stuck in a bicycle spoke. If that speaks to you.RAMS* A Jared Goff autographed baseball ($169.99, RamsFanShop.com)Maybe this explains the slow start from a year ago. At least it’s not a Goff golf ball. And while we’re no handwriting expert, the scribble on this thing does seem to be a lot different from how he’s apparently signing footballs that are also for sale at the RamsFanShop.com for $299.99. Can we get Robert Woods to authenticate it?CHARGERS* A Chargers phone charger ($39.95, ShopChargers.com)It seems too simple. A football shaped piece of plastic that perhaps was once used by Sports Illustrated as a subscription giveaway has been repurposed with 3600mAh (we have no idea what that means) to give juice to your iPhone, assuming you’ve paid your electric bills. Not guaranteed to help if trying to call the replay booth from some dead parts of StubHub Center. The other alternative is a portable 1600mAh power bar ($12.99) that is, of course, rechargeable. Neither are useful as an AM-FM radio.KINGS* A Bailey plush mascot growler ($39.99, TeamLAStore.com)Welcome to 2017. In light of some legal matters that involve the guy inside the costume being charged with inappropriate behavior with a gentleman in an elevator a year ago, we hesitate to shoot the puck in this direction. Perhaps the disturbing part of the mascot growler is it actually does growl when appropriately squeezed. The alternative is to get a Bailey plush pillow pet ($39.99), but at this point, is this really something you want to bring into the bedroom? This can be wrapped up nicely in a penalty box.DUCKS* A team growler ($19.99, AnaheimTeamStore.com)We’ll drink to this. The kind of thing you hand to the guy behind the counter who runs his own craft beer distillery out of a warehouse, and he fills it up with some bouzy malt ale that smells like Wild Turkey. You then try to smuggle it into Honda Center under your oversized sweater, down it before the first period, and place it under your seat as an emergency “fill cup” if you can’t make it to the restroom between the third period and overtime. No growling about the long lines to Urinal City.GALAXY* 16-inch Drum Sticks ($24.99, MLSStore.com)The actual description: “Play as hard as you can all while showing off your fandom when you use these LA Galaxy drum sticks. They feature amazing LA Galaxy graphics on the shaft, so your loyalty will be on full display.” For a team drumming out coaches and players, fans can try to keep up with the beat.USC* Toddler New Era “Cozy Cutie Cuffed” Knit Hat ($17.99, ShopUSCTrojans.com)How darling to see a future Song Girl with this atop her blonde curls, with the little ears on the top and … wait a second. Doesn’t this look a lot like those caps the women wear during empowerment marches? What do they call it again? No, they aren’t pink, but … Here’s where moms need to take a stand. Should a toddler in a stroller being pushed through a picket line know what kind of fashion statement she’s making here?UCLA* Sun glasses ($4.57, ShopUCLAStore.com)At this price, it’s practically stealing. Which leads us to believe we are better than this. Amazon.com brings up two other options – a company called Society43 has what it calls “NCAA throwbacks” for $20 plus shipping, if you’re into the bright yellow frames. If those are too pretty, try “NCAA Preppy” for $19.95 plus shipping, which are the “modified Aviator” look with a “gunmetal finish” with a much classier UCLA logo on the side. Who are we fooling? The kids can’t afford these type of high-end shades. Besides, these all end up looking like cheap knockoffs. Made in China, we’ll even guess. Man, that’s so mid-November.
The potential player of the national team of B&H, Miroslav Stevanović is from today a free player.He broke the contract with the Spanish Sevilla where he joined in January 2013.Stevanović agreed with the leaders of the Spanish club to break the contract so now he is looking for another club.Sevilla sent Stevanović in Elche and Alaves but he didn’t play much there either so the decision to break the contract seemed like the best solution.(Source: Sport Centar)