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first_imgJuventus and Chelsea are no longer in a two-way battle to sign Miralem Pjanic from Roma, claim reports in Italy.Instead Bayern Munich and Barcelona have now joined the race to land the midfielder, with both clubs prepared to stump up the £29m required to meet his release clause.Incoming Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is a big fan of Pjanic but is also eyeing a swoop for the Bosnian’s club team-mate Radja Nainggolan and Roma are unlikely to sell both players to the Blues.However, the Italian side are resigned to losing Pjanic this summer and, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are still firm favourites to complete a deal.But that will not stop Bayern and Barca from making approaches for the 26-year-old, which will force Juventus to get a move on with Roma keen to sell by June 30 in order to avoid any financial fair play sanctions. Miralem Pjanic in action for Roma 1last_img read more

first_imgSt. Eunan’s Under 14 Hurlers clinched the County title on Thursday evening with a sensational display of hurling to add the Championship to the League title they secured a fortnight ago and in the process wrote their names into O’Donnell Park folklore. After defeating Burt in last week’s semi final, the Letterkenny boys had the opportunity to secure an historic double as they took on Sean MacCumhaill’s.With little more than a point or two seperating the sides in their recent encounters, a tense and tight final was anticipated. However, a flying start saw Eunan’s take the lead within 20 seconds of the start and in truth, they never looked back from there. Their first goal came on 8 minutes and two more green flags by the 18th minute meant the game was effectively over as a contest. When the half time whistle blew, the lead was out to 3-09 to 0-01.In fairness to MacCumhaill’s they battled gamely and hurled honestly for the full hour and a goal early in the second half gave their supporters brief hope of a comeback. Eunan’s however were not to be denied on their home patch and responded with their fourth goal almost immediately from the restart to kill off any notion of a Ballybofey revival. Under the guidance of Eunan O’Donnell and Gordon Randles, St. Eunan’s pressed home their advantage to seal a comfortable win at the end. In a very accomplished team performance, Eunan’s were able to hurl freely and displayed their full array of talent from goalkeeper to full forward line to earn a fully deserved victory. Final score 8-12 to 2-03.A delighted team captain Shane O’Donnell accepted the cup and thanked the MacCumhaill’s team for a sporting match, the officials who let the game flow, the Eunan’s management who put in a huge effort preparing the team and of course his teammates for their commitment to achieving a unique League and Championship double.St. Eunans’ focus now turns to the Ulster Féile competition next weekend where they will also be a host Club for Friday and Saturday’s group games in both Hurling and Camogie.The St. Eunan’s Panel was; Cian Harkin, Matthew Noonan, Keenan Barrett, Peter McGee, Marty Duffy, Andrew O’Connor, Jack Gallagher, Oisin Randles, Shane O’Donnell (capt) 3-04, Paul O’Donnell 0-02, Michael O’Donnell, Gavin Forde, Russell Forde 1-00, Eoin Dowling 2-05, Ronan Daly 1-00, Mark Mulholland, William Hutchinson 0-01, Conor Whoriskey, Peter Kelly 1-00, James O’Donnell, Dylan Duggan, Conor Horgan, Lorcan O’Donnell, Jack Doherty, Alex McDermott, Darren O’Donnell, Rory Doherty. THE HISTORY BOYS! ST EUNAN’S HURLERS COMPLETE DOUBLE WITH CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL WIN was last modified: June 12th, 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:ChampionsHURLINGSt EunansU14’slast_img read more