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Senior Flyers lose 5-3 in Grande Prairie

first_imgThe Senior Flyers will have to forget about this loss quickly and shift their focus to a herd of Mustangs heading to Fort St. John, as the Flyers and the Hythe Mustangs square off Saturday at the North Peace Arena.Saturday’s game is a special one for the Fort St. John community, as it the annual Teddy Bear Toss, where fans litter the ice with stuffed animals following the Flyers’ first goal of the game. All those toys will be donated to the local Salvation Army, and will be distributed to children in need this holiday season.Organizers are asking that if you are attending the game and wish to toss a teddy, please wrap it in a plastic bag first to prevent any damage to the toy.Saturday’s game begins at 8:30 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.Advertisement The game’s first period was a significant one in the victory for Grande Prairie, as the home team jumped out to a 2-0 lead.A familiar face to the Flyers got the offence rolling Thursday evening, as the game’s first goal came off the stick of former Fort St. John Senior Flyer Donny Lloyd.Following a scoreless second, both teams found their offensive touch in the third. The scoring began with David Alexander scoring short-handed just 17 seconds into the final frame, with the lone assist going to Fort St. John Husky Robbie Sidhu.- Advertisement -With the Flyers now trailing 2-1, the Athletics extended their lead, scoring two consecutive goals two minutes apart.Fort St. John answered with that very same amount of offence, as Ryan Carter scored twice, roughly five minutes apart at the 15 minute and 10 minute marker of the third.Trailing only by a goal, Fort St. John was unable to score the game-tying goal, as Grande Prairie added one final tally on the power-play with just 20 seconds remaining in regulation.Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgThe Shandon Hotel.The reopening of a well-known Donegal landmark hotel has taken a step closer after a drinks license was sought for the premises.The Shandon Hotel and Spa in Portnablagh was sold recently for approximately €800,000 at auction in Dublin.The hotel was once valued at €6 million at the height of the property boom. Solicitor Brendan Twomey applied for a drinks license for the hotel this morning.Mr Twomey said his client, a Mr McCarthy, had been called to England on urgent business.He added that the sale had only been completed last week.Judge Paul Kelly said he would need to hear evidence from the new owner in court and adjourned the matter until May 20th. Receivers were called into the Shandon in 2012, and the hotel was subsequently closed which resulted in multiple job losses.The Shandon had recently invested €1.5 million in a state-of-the-art Spa facility prior to its closure that was regarded as one of the best in Ireland.The news that the hotel has now been bought will be a welcome boost to the hotel industry in Donegal.The Shandon hotel overlooks the beautiful Marblehill beach in Portnablagh and is a just stone throw from the buzzing seaside village of Dunfanaghy.The hotel will now be expected to re-open in the next number of weeks, and it is hoped will give another boost to the tourism industry in the locality. FAMOUS DONEGAL HOTEL TAKES A STEP CLOSER TO REOPENING was last modified: April 15th, 2015 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:donegalDRINKS LICENSEPortnablaghshandon hotelsoldlast_img read more