Pictured for the launch of the Donegal Creameries 5k Fun Run in aid of Special Olympics are:Front (L-R) Isabella Carbury (baby), Jim McGuinness, Hugh Sweeney, Eamon Sweeney and Rory KavanaghBack (L-R) Colette Carbury, Conor Gallagher, Lee Gildea, Seamus Campbell, Special Olympics, Gerard Gallagher and Deirdre Browne, Donegal CreameriesDonegal Creameries teamed up with Donegal GAA for the launch of the 5k Fun Run in aid of Special Olympics Ireland which will take place on Tuesday 28th May, 2013 beginning at 7pm from Donegal Creameries, Crossroads, Killygordon.Jim McGuinness and Rory Kavanagh turned out for the Donegal Creameries 5k Fun Run launch and are calling on people across the North West region to show their support for the Special Olympics by running, jogging or walking the 5k route around Killygordon.Jim McGuinness said, “The Special Olympics is an event close to the hearts of many people around the county and we are delighted to get behind this 5k Fun Run to help raise funds and get people moving. I hope to see hundreds of people here at Donegal Creameries on Tuesday 28th May to show support for this great cause.” Deirdre Browne, production manager at Donegal Creameries and main event organiser, said, “Donegal Creameries is proud to be organising this event which raises much needed funds for the Special Olympics – an organisation which makes such a difference to the lives of so many.”Entrants are asked to pre-register via email to [email protected] before 5pm Saturday 25th May. Alternatively registrations will be taken at Donegal Creameries up to 6.30pm Tuesday 28th May 2013.There is a €5 entry fee and sponsorship cards are available at Donegal Creameries. Those who register will be entered into a prize draw and refreshments will be served after the event.For further information, visit www.facebook.com/DC.Daisi. McGUINNESS AND DONEGAL CREAMERIES WANT TO GET YOU MOO-VING FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS 5K was last modified: May 7th, 2013 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:DONEGAL CREAMERIES WANTS TO GET YOU MOO-VING FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS 5K
New Rosenborg manager Rini Coolen has held clear-the-air talks with his players ahead of their Champions League qualifier against Celtic.The Norwegian club sparked a player revolt when they axed Kare Ingebrigtsen last Thursday.Dutchman Coolen was drafted in as his replacement and he has immediately set about trying to restore peace amongst their ranks as they prepare for a crunch second round qualifier against Celtic.He said: “”We had a meeting before the first time we met each other. “They play for the club and especially the supporters.“So we will be ready for the next game.Coolen said that the mood in the camp is positive and they are well prepared for their trip to Glasgow on Wednesday.He said “That’s why we talked today and trained today.“These guys are professional and they know what to do and we don’t have to worry about that. “We went over what happened the last couple of days.“These are professional players.“They said what they thought about what happened and now they move on.“They pick themselves up and prepare themselves, that’s what they do.