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HARPS HANDED DIFFICULT AWAY TIE IN 3RD ROUND OF THE FAI CUP

first_imgHarps head to Wexford in the 3rd round of the FAI Cup.Finn Harps have been handed a difficult away tie in the 3rd round of the FAI Cup after being drawn to face Wexford Youths at Ferrycarrig Park.Harps will make the long sojourn south to face Wexford on the 23rd of August.High-flying Wexford are currently placed ahead of Harps in the First Division table and have been enjoying a fine season. Finn Harps under the management of Peter Hutton defeated Wexford Youth in the FAI Cup last season at Finn Park 2-1.Home advantage is traditionally crucial in cup competitions but Ollie Horgan will be happy his side avoided Premier League opposition and will be confident his side can advance.If they can overcome Wexford they’ll book a place in the quarter-finals a repeat of the achievement of last season.Last season Harps led Drogheda United with just minutes remaining when Drogheda equalized to bring the game to a replay. Drogheda subsequently won the replay and reached the final at the Aviva Stadium.Tonight, Harps travel to Tolka Park to face Shelbourne in what is a must win game for the Ballybofey club.A win would keep their promotion hopes alive while a defeat would almost certainly end it.Harps have only lost one in their last 10 and will be confident they can get a result, they’re in good form and are difficult to beat and Shelbourne will know how difficult the game will be tonight.HARPS HANDED DIFFICULT AWAY TIE IN 3RD ROUND OF THE FAI CUP was last modified: July 25th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:fai cupfinn harpsnewsSportwexford youthslast_img read more

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Record attendance in Nashville as NCBA members elect officers

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The 2017 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show wrapped up on Saturday with the election of Nebraska cattleman Craig Uden as the organization’s new president. More than 9,300 people attended this year’s convention, shattering the previous record of 8,200, to engage in grassroots policy process, hear from industry experts and attend the expansive tradeshow. Attendees enjoyed live music all week and closed the convention with a night at the Grand Ole Opry.Kevin Kester of Parkfield, Calif., was voted to serve as NCBA president-elect. Jennifer Houston of Sweetwater, Tenn., will serve as vice president. Jerry Effertz of Velva, N.D., is the new Federation chairman and the new Federation vice chair is Dawn Caldwell of Edgar, Neb. The new NCBA Policy Division chairman is Joe Guild, Reno, Nev. and Jerry Bohn of Pratt, Kan., is the new policy vice chairman.Uden, a fourth-generation cattleman from Elwood, Neb., said he is proud to lead the organization.“It is an honor to be selected to lead the industry that my family has worked in for four generations,” Uden said. “We have a great opportunity in the coming year and sharing our story on Capitol Hill and around the country is going to be top priority.”Uden is a partner in Darr Feedlot Inc., a commercial cattle feeding operation in central Nebraska. Craig and his wife, Terri, also own and manage a commercial cow-calf operation.In addition to electing the new officer team, NCBA members voted on new and expiring policy issues, and set policy priorities for the organization that will direct the efforts of NCBA in Washington D.C., and elsewhere.“The coming year is going to be a huge one for the cattle and beef industry from a policy standpoint,” Uden said. “We are facing unprecedented change in Washington D.C., and we’re going to work tirelessly to make sure our producers’ voices are heard in Washington on important issues like tax reform, regulatory relief and international trade.”last_img read more

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