Mikhal Gordon of Westminster, West Bank Demerara and his neighbour, Ronorda Jackson, settled tensions late last Thursday when they appeared before Wales Magistrate Dylon Bess following a dispute over sand.Gordon was arraigned on charges of using threatening language, and later throwing stones at Jackson, after she objected to sand coming across into her yard.In his explanation to the presiding magistrate, Gordon claimed his neighbour told him she would get “her man” to shoot him over the dispute. The accused admitted that he had threatened Jackson and thrown missiles in her direction, but said this was done after she had hurled the threatening remarks at him.The magistrate has placed Gordon on a bond to keep the peace for one year. If he does not honour the court’s order, he would have to spend six months in jail.
Katy Herron is one of the stars of GlenfinGLENFIN ladies will be hoping to do what no other team has managed in quite a while – defeat reigning All-Ireland champions Termon in this Sunday’s senior ladies county final.St Mary’s in Convoy is the venue for this year’s decider as part of a double header.Moville will be hot favourites for the Minor A crown when they take on Fanad Gaels in the decider. A large crowd is expected at St Mary’s as the Minor Final throws in at 1pm.The senior game throws in at 3pm, with Termon once again favourites to retain their crown.But don’t write off a Glenfinn side packed with its own stars including county favourite Katy Herron.Meanwhile the Junior B Championship final has been fixed for this Saturday evening (6pm) at Tirconaill Park with Killybegs taking on Robert Emmetts. FIXTURES 12th&13th Sept.__________________________________________Saturday 12th SeptemberJunior B Championship FinalKillybegs v Robert EmmettsTirconaill Park, Donegal Town at 6pm________________________________________Sunday 13th SeptemberVenue: St Mary’s ConvoyMinor A FinalFanad Gaels v Moville at 1pmSenior Championship FinalGlenfinn v Termon at 3pm__________________________________________Saturday 19th SeptemberMinor Finals (Times and venues to be confirmed)B: Glenfin v N.ConaillC: St Eunans v N.MuireD: Convoy v St Nauls/Dungloe________________________________________Minor E Semi Finals (First team out has home advantage)Buncrana v KilcarGlenswilly v Gaoth Dobhair LADIES GAELIC: TERMON SET TO FACE TOUGHEST CHALLENGE YET IN COUNTY FINAL AGAINST GLENFIN was last modified: September 9th, 2015 by John2Share 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:county finaldonegalglenfinKaty HerronLadies gaelic footballTermon