Please contact the UWF Athletic Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 474-ARGO (2746) with any questions. Season ticket holders:All customers who purchased season tickets will receive a credit for each of the Midwestern State game tickets in their account. Amount of credit is based on the value of the ticket. The credit will be applied to the purchase of 2018 season tickets. Print Friendly Version PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will offer ticket credits or refunds for the home football game against Midwestern State, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017 at Blue Wahoos Stadium that was canceled as a result of Hurricane Irma. Please e-mail email@example.com to make your request by Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. Please include your name and contact phone number in the e-mail. The refunding process may take up to two weeks depending on the volume of requests. Single Game Tickets:* Note: The customer must select one of the two following optionsOption 1: The customer may elect to receive a credit for any single-game ticket(s) purchased through UWF and its athletics ticketing partner, that can be applied towards the purchase of another home game during the 2017 home football season.Option 2: The customer may request a refund for their ticket purchase.
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Sunday at B.C. Place Stadium in Vancouver, the B.C. Lions play host to the Winnipeg Jets in the 99th Grey Cup.More than 6 Million football fans from coast to coast are expected to tune in for the Canadian Football League Championship.Some facts about the CFL Finale include:Teams: Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs. B.C. LionsKick off: 3:30 p.m., TSN, RDS, SIRIUS Satellite radio channel 157.Who’s watching: The Grey Cup is the most-watched annual sports event in Canada. A record 6.4 million viewers tuned in for the 2009 game. Playing surface: Turf fieldHome records: Winnipeg, 5-4; B.C., 6-3Away records: Winnipeg, 5-4; B.C., 5-4 Head-to-head in 2011: Bombers won both meetings, and have won three straight going back to 2010.Head-to-head all time: Advantage to Winnipeg, 83-71-2 (regular season since 1954).Last Grey Cup meeting: Nov. 27, 1988, in Ottawa, Winnipeg won 22-21.Lions' backstory: B.C. has been the hottest team during the last half of the CFL season. The Lions opened at 0-5 before winning 11 of the final 13 games. B.C. is led by CFL MOP Travis Lulay and Outstanding Canadian Paul McCallum.Bombers' backstory: The Bombers are led by quarterback Buck Pierce, who played for B.C. before leaving after too many injuries. Winnipeg also boasts its "Swaggerville" defence.Most Grey Cup wins: 15, Toronto Argonauts.Most losses: 13, Winnipeg Blue Bombers.Most appearances: 23, Winnipeg (24th will come Sunday).Fewest wins: 3, Saskatchewan. Cup wins by West: 37 (since 1940). Cup wins by East: 34: (since 1940).Most points both teams: 83 (Saskatchewan 43, Hamilton 40, 1989).Fewest points both teams: 7 (Toronto 4, Sarnia 3, 1933 and Toronto 4, Winnipeg 3, 1937).Most points winning team: 54 (Queen's University, 1923).Fewest points winning team: 4 (Toronto, 1933 and 1937).Most points losing team: 40 (Hamilton, 1989).Fewest points losing team: 0 (six times, most recently by Winnipeg, 1950).Widest margin of victory: 54 (Queen's University 54, Regina Rugby Club 0).
National Endurance role for LockettTop coach Matthew Lockett of GCH has been appointed as Athletics Ireland’s National Endurance Coach and will commence his duties in August. He will have responsibility for driving the further development of the middle and long-distance event groups in Ireland at an exciting time for athletics in the country after the medal success at U18 and U20 events worldwide from athletes such as Sarah Healy and others. Craughwell AC athletes also produced some super performances over the weekend. On the track, Sean Cotter raced to National silver in the U16 Boys 3000m in 9.19. Arlene Earls also won a silver medal in the U19 Girls 400m. In the field events, Evan Hallinan claimed a silver medal in the u14 boys high jump with a big leap of 1.56. Ellie Cronin came second in the U16 Girls High Jump with a 1.55m clearance, Daniel Callanan-Forde won bronze in the U19 boy’s long jump with a massive 6.13 metre best, and Lorraine Delaney also secured a bronze medal in the U19 girls Long Jump. On Sunday Conor Trehy took U16 Triple Jump bronzeLorraine Delaney CraughwellAC, bronze winner U 19 Long JumpStephen Mannion of South Galway AC was another dual medal winner, as he jumped to a silver medal in the Long Jump at U14 level and took bronze in the U14 Boys 800m, while his brother David Mannion won silver in the U14 Boys 75m Hurdles. Walker Sean Kelleher, also with South Galway, won bronze in the U14 Boys 2000m Walk event.Stephen and David Mannion, South Galway AC, both medal winners at the National championships last weekendThe Juvenile championships continue next weekend, with the final day’s action on next Sunday July 22nd Craughwell AC into EuropeAthletics Ireland has this week confirmed that the Craughwell AC Junior Ladies team has been selected to represent Ireland in the 2019 European U20 Track & Field Championships. The club was selected based on the superb first place club ranking for its U17 to U20 athletes at the recent National Junior Championships in Tullamore. It is a major achievement for the County Galway club to get a squad of athletes to this level and to have the honour of representing Ireland in a major European event.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email National Juvenile Championships Emma Moore GCH U15 Girls 800m championThe National Juvenile Track and Field finals continued in Tullamore Sunday last, and featured two days of U12 to U19 Competition. There were some incredible performances and multiple medals by Galway athletes, with four gold medals coming West via Emma Moore and Thomas McStay of GCH, Sarah Gilhooley of Athenry AC and Darragh Fahy of Loughrea AC.Emma Moore of Galway City Harriers was crowned National U15 Champion for 800m on Saturday last, with a superb record-breaking run of 2.11. This race was the most competitive of the day with the first three girls breaking the previous record (Sarah Hosey in second and Fiona Dillon third also did), but it was the talented Moore who won out, with her second national record this year, and also adding to her National Indoor and Schools titles already this year. Next up, she will represent Ireland at the upcoming Schools International Track and Field event which takes place in Scotland next weekend. World U20 Championships Thomas McStay GCH U19 3000m Gold medallist, with Kellan Kilreehil silver medallist and Hugo Blaire thirdThomas McStay had a terrific run to claim Gold in the U19 Boys 3000m race on Sunday evening in Tullamore. McStay ran a brilliant time of 8.43, and executed his race to perfection, surging away on the last lap to take gold. He also finished fourth in the 800m final the day before.GCH also secured other individual medals, with the consistently strong Aoife Sheehy of GCH winning two medals, a silver firstly in the U19 Girls 100m hurdles a time of 16.26 seconds, and later she took bronze in the U19 Girls 400m. Ava McKeon also won a Silver medal over hurdles for GCH, as she placed second in the U14 Girls 75m hurdles in a time of 11.77 seconds. Conor Hoade claimed bronze for the city club, with third place in the U15 boys 80m hurdles.On Sunday, Robert McDonnell won a silver medal in the U17 Boys 400m for GCH, clocking 51.19 in the final, and will also represent Ireland in the Schools International next weekend in Scotland. Aaron Brennan also GCH won a well-deserved bronze medal in the U18 Boys 3000m, in a great time of 8.55.Sarah Gilhooley of Athenry AC who ran a superb race to take gold in the U18 Girls 2000m Steeplechase.Sarah Gilhooley of Athenry AC ran a superb race over the barriers, to take gold in the U18 Girls 2000m Steeplechase. Liam Shaw, also of Athenry, claimed a National silver medal in the U14 Boys Shot Putt, throwing 14m 15 cm.Darragh Fahy of Loughrea AC showed top class sprint speed winning in the U12 Boys 60m event in a swift 8.26 to take Galway’s fourth gold medal of the weekendEvan Hallinan Craughwell Silver medal in the U14 boys high jump Jack Dempsey of Galway City Harriers had the honour of representing his country in Finland last weekend, as he raced on the Irish 4x100m Relay team at the U20 World Championships, Dempsey competed in the heats of the 4x100m relay along with team mates Aaron Sexton, David McDonald and Conor Morey where they finished third. The squad just missed out on automatic qualification for the final as a result, with only two places up for grabs.
The Ward twins, Louise and Nicola, Tracey Leonard and Sinead Burke was named last night as the four Galway representatives on the 2019 TG4 Ladies Football All-Star team. Megan Glynn, Sinéad Burke, Tracey Leonard, Róisín Leonard, Lisa Murphy, Olivia Divilly, Nicola Ward, & Louise Ward at the TG4 All-Star Awards. Pic: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile Nicola and Louise are the first set of twin sisters named in an All-Star team since Waterford’s O’Ryan twins, Martina and Geraldine, back in 1992. Sinead Burke received her second award while forTracey Leonard, it was her first award. Galway’s haul of four All-Stars is second behind Dublin on the 2019 selection, while two players from Cork and one each from Meath and Mayo complete the line-up.The 2019 team was revealed on Saturday night at the annual TG4 All-Star awards banquet, in association with Lidl, at the Citywest Hotel.Coilin Duffy was there and he spoke to the four Galway representatives starting with the Ward sisters.Coilin then spoke to Sinead BurkeTracey Leonard was then next to speak to CoilinNicola and Louise Ward will now turn their attentions to next weekend’s All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Final when Kilkerrin-Clonberne will pit their wits against holders Mourneabbey from Cork.Dublin’s haul matches their all-time best of sevenplayers on the annual selection, which was also achieved last year.Dublin’s Sinéad Goldrick wins a seventh All-Staraward in eight years, and there’s a fifth award for team-mate Lyndsey Davey,who was Player of the Match against Galway in the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland SeniorChampionship Final, which was played out in front of a record 56,114attendance.Another Dublin star, Siobhán McGrath, is honouredfor a fourth time, while there’s a third award for team-mate Carla Rowe.Galway defender Sinéad Burke and Cork forward OrlaFinn, who was joint top scorer in the 2019 Senior Championship, both collecttheir second awards.It’s also the third successive year that sisters are named on an All-Star selection as the Hegartys from Donegal, Ciara and Niamh, were listed on the 2017 team, while the O’Sullivans from Cork, Ciara and Doireann, were honoured in 2018.There are nine first-time winners on the 2019 TG4All Star team, including Dublin’s Niamh Collins, Olwen Carey and Niamh McEvoy.Monica McGuirk earns the goalkeeping spot for herexploits with Meath, who contested the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Final, andit’s also a first All Star for the Royal County since 2011, when anothergoalkeeper, Irene Munnelly, was honoured.The other first-time All-Star recipients are Melissa Duggan (Cork) and Mayo’s Rachel Kearns.In total, there are four survivors from the 2018 All-Star team – Dublin trio Goldrick, McGrath and Davey, and Galway’s Burke.It was also confirmed on the night that the 2020 TG4 All-Star Tour will visit Austin, Texas, in the United States, with the tour scheduled for March 31-April 8.TG4 and the LGFA have also confirmed that LadiesFootball will feature in next year’s reality TV show ‘The Underdogs’, thetelevision series which is broadcast on TG4 each Autumn.Ladies Football featured on the Underdogs TV Series on three occasions in the past – in 2006 against Cork in Páirc Uí Rinn, in 2007 against the New York All-Stars in Gaelic Park, Bronx, and against the London Ladies team in 2008 under lights at Sunbury, the home of London Irish.More details on the 2020 Underdogs TV Series will beannounced in the coming months.Also on the night, Mayo star Niamh Kelly won the TG4‘Score of the Season’ award for her stunning goal against Galway in the 2019TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship semi-final at Croke Park.Kelly’s mother, Breda, accepted the award on herbehalf, and it was presented by LGFA President Marie Hickey during a ‘RedCarpet Live’ Facebook event on the Spórt TG4 page.2019 TG4 Ladies Football All-Star teamMonica McGuirk (Meath) – 1st awardSinéad Burke (Galway) – 2nd awardNiamh Collins (Dublin) – 1st awardMelissa Duggan (Cork) – 1st awardNicola Ward (Galway) – 1st awardSinéad Goldrick (Dublin) – 7th awardOlwen Carey (Dublin) – 1st awardLouise Ward (Galway) – 1st awardSiobhán McGrath (Dublin) – 4th awardCarla Rowe (Dublin) – 3rd awardNiamh McEvoy (Dublin) – 1st awardLyndsey Davey (Dublin) – 5th awardTracey Leonard (Galway) – 1st awardRachel Kearns (Mayo) – 1st awardOrla Finn (Cork) – 2nd award Countyby county breakdown:7 Dublin, 4 Galway, 2 Cork, 1 Meath, 1 Mayoprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
View comments PH among economies most vulnerable to virus Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: 'Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient'01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07'HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!'03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND “Not only do we want to play every game, we also want to work hard and continue working to the next step,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine Thailand secured a spot in the semis after a tough 1-0 victory over Singapore on Tuesday at Philippine Sports Stadium here thanks to a header at the 89th minute from forward Sarawat Masuk. That gave the Thais three points to lead Group A and secured them a spot in the next round.READ: Dooley: Time to show PH can also beat Thailand It was no walk in the park for War Elephants as the Lions proved tenacious on the defensive end for most of the match, save for that late game miscue.“It was not an easy game. Before the game, we knew they had good defense and they played really good defense today against us,” he said. “Fortunately today, we controlled the game. It’s not easy to get a score from them.”With the competition about the get tougher deep into the tournament, the Thais are looking at every step as an opportunity to improve.ADVERTISEMENT EDITORS' PICK Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes AFF Suzuki Cup match between Thailand and Singapore. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBOCAUE – Thailand is leaving no stones unturned in its quest for the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup crown.Coach Kiatisuk Senamuang said that the War Elephants’ mindset hasn’t changed even if the team is already assured of advancing to the semifinals.ADVERTISEMENT Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH MOST READ Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports Mainland China virus cases exceed 40,000; deaths rise to 908 We are young Parks raring to showcase his improvement as part of Alab 30 Filipinos from Wuhan quarantined in Capas Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise Don't miss out on the latest news and information. “Our team is forecasting three points every game to make it to the next round. We’re always playing with 100-percent effort,” he said.READ: Thailand edges Singapore to reach Suzuki Cup semisFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSCone plans to speak with Slaughter, agentThailand has a game left in the group stages—a face off against host country Philippines, which is hard-pressed to win all of its assignments after the draw versus Singapore.“We need those three points,” said Kiatisuk of the Friday’s match versus the Filipinos.
Gardaí are warning the faithful attendees of Papal events that they should take precautions to prevent burglars targetting their empty homes. Up to 750,000 people are expected to attend the World Meeting of Families (WMOF) events over Saturday and Sunday August 25 and 26.The Papal mass with Pope Francis in Dublin’s Phoenix Park will draw half a million people from their homes, while 45,000 tickets are booked for Knock Shrine. Gardaí are set to increase patrols nationally this weekend in a bid to catch burglars planning to break into empty homes.People leaving homes this weekend are being reminded to secure their homes and ask neighbours to check in on their properties.Gardaí recommended steps for home security and burglary prevention include: securing all doors and windows; light up your home; use timer switches when out; store keys safely and away from windows; record details of all valuables; don’t keep large amounts of cash at home; use your alarm even when at home. Gardaí warn of home burglaries during Papal visit was last modified: August 23rd, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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)