Four Masters G.A.A. Club The €50 winners in the Annual Lotto for Week 16 were Michael Gallagher, Old Golf Course Road and Seimi Campbell, Gortloskey.The numbers drawn were 4, 8, 11 & 17 with the jackpot now standing at €2,700. The Club will host the Sam Maguire Cup and a number of the Donegal players in Dom’s Pier 1 next Tuesday night November 6th from 9.00 pm. Eveybody welcome. Tickets for the Neven Maguire Christmas Cookery Demonstration next Wednesday November 7th are still on sale from Bord na nOg committee members, underage managers and at Reception in the Abbey Hotel. The Sam Maguire Cup and a number of the Donegal players will also be in attendance on the night. All-Star Goalkeeper, Paul Durcan will join Neven on stage to display his culinary skills for part of the demonstration. Best of luck to the Senior Reserve team management and players who take on Cloughaneely in the County Final this Sunday in Mac Cumhaill Park. GAA: FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: October 30th, 2012 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:GAA: FOUR MASTERS GAA CLUB NEWS
UNICEF UK Ambassador Eddie Izzard has been reporting live from Domiz refugee camp in Northern Iraq, where he’s warned of a hidden crisis for Syrian refugees in the country.Eddie meets 10-year-old Mohammed and his sister at Domiz camp.Credit/Copyright: UNICEFThe camp was originally designed for 15,000 but is now home to 45,000 people. This number continues to grow as families flee the conflict in Syria.Video: Eddie Izzard’s video diary from Domiz refugee camp in Iraq“Syrian children across the region have lost everything,” Eddie said, speaking from Domiz camp. “I’ve heard refugee children in Iraq tell how they fled horrific violence and how they lost loved ones, their homes and their schools. They arrived here with only their clothes on their back. The plight of refugee children in Iraq has so far been a hidden and unreported crisis, but it desperately needs attention.”Among the children Eddie met was 10-year-old Muhammed. He was driven from Damascus by fighting and lived on the streets with his mother and three brothers and sisters before fleeing to Iraq. Now Muhammed is out of school and doesn’t have enough clean water to drink.UNICEF continues to deliver essential aid to children both in Syria and the surrounding countries. However, they urgently need more funds to help bridge the funding gap. Support them here.