Teen slapped with accessory to robbery charge

first_img…allegedly gave friend knife to rob womanA teenager was remanded to prison by Magistrate Faith McGusty on Wednesday at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts for a robbery under arms charge.Kelwin WilliamsKelwin Williams, a bus conductor of South Ruimveldt, Georgetown, denied the charge which stated that on October 20, 2019 at Regent Street, Georgetown, while being in the company of another and armed with a knife, he robbed Shoba Deomattie of a phone valued $60,000 along with $4000.Police Prosecutor Ceon Blackman told the court that the Virtual Complainant boarded the bus on Regent Street, Georgetown, but while she was being seated in the bus, the 18-year-old bus conductor pulled out a knife from his waistband and handed it to his friend, who was also a passenger.The Prosecutor further told the court that the friend then placed the knife to the victim’s neck and relieved her of the valuables. The robbery was reported and the teen conductor was arrested and charged. In court on Wednesday, the Prosecutor said that the teen was identified by the VC in an identification parade.The Prosecutor objected to bail and the teen was remanded to prison. The case will continue on November 13, 2019.last_img read more

Steve Clarke to be named as new Reading manager

first_imgSteve Clarke is set to be named as the new Reading manager, talkSPORT understands.The former West Bromwich Albion boss has been out of work for the past 12 months since leaving the Hawthorns.He replaces Nigel Adkins, who was sacked by Reading on Monday.More follows… 1 Steve Clarke last_img

LOUGHANURE TECH TO CELEBRATE ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY IN STYLE

first_imgThe Loughanure Technical School opened its doors to the youth of the Rosses, Gweedore & Cloughaneely in Sept 1938.Loughanure Technical CollegeIt continued as an educational facility until 1978 when its use was then changed to an Irish college.This year marks the 75th year since that opening and plans are well underway for a reunion of all past pupils and teachers or anyone associated with the Tech spanning those 40 years. The Reunion event will take place over two days, Friday 23rd & Saturday 24th August with the Rosses Community School running an event on Sunday 25th.• The weekend will start off on Friday morning the 23rd with a Golf competition for past pupils/teachers & a guest at Cruit Island Golf Club, tees reserved from 10 – 11am. Further info @ Jimmy Bonner 074 9543296. Later that evening @ 7pm a memorial service will be held at the Loughanure Tech in memory of past pupils/teachers who have gone to their eternal reward.Buses will re-enact the old Swilly routes (free of charge) starting in Crolly @ 6:00pm and will pick up as they go through Annagry, Mullaghduff, Kincasslagh, Burtonport, Dungloe then on to Loughanure. Return journey will start @ 11 pm from the Tech. Plese forward the names of deceased members before the 23rd. Refreshments and music will follow. This is a night for reminising and an open invitation is extended to everyone.• On Saturday 24th @ 12noon a heritage walk and talk will take place in Loughanure starting and ending at the Tech. This walk is to celebrate National Heritage week and will visit all the historical points of interest in and around the beautiful village of Loughanure. Time approx 2:5hrs. Contact Eugene or Cormac @ 086 3899345 for further details Saturday evening 24th the highlight of the weekend, a Buffet & dance or ‘The Prom we never had’ will take place at Ionad Sport Na Rosann, Rosses Community School, Dungloe. Buffet served from 8:30pm sharp, dancing 10 – 2am with full bar. This is a ticket only event and is limited to past pupils/teacher and one guest. We would appeal for any old photographs or memorabilia relating to the Tech and especially ask any past member to get in touch and tell us their stories around life at the School. Visit our facebook page on Loch An Iúir Tech Reunion or e-mail us on loughanuretech@gmail.com. If you would like further information on this event, you can contact any of the following committee members; Frances / 087 9031633 Rosie / 0749531273 or Joan 074 9522381/ Dennis 0851741917/ Eugene 0863899345 or log onto Loughanure.ie and read John Sweeneys comprehensive history. LOUGHANURE TECH TO CELEBRATE ITS 75TH ANNIVERSARY IN STYLE was last modified: June 4th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Loughanure Technical CollegeREUNIONlast_img read more

MAN WHO HEADBUTTED GARDA TO DO 80 HOURS COMMUNITY SERVICE

first_imgA man who headbutted a Garda after he was arrested for being drunk has been ordered to do 80 hours community service.Joseph McGranaghan, of Emmet Park, Castlefinn, was approached by Gardai at The Diamond in Castlefinn December 9th, 2013.He was shouting and roaring and was highly intoxicated. He was asked to move on but when he didn’t he was arrested.He tried to headbutt Gardai while being arrested and then did so after he was put into the Garda van.Judge Paul Kelly asked Garda Inspector Denis Joyce if the Garda was badly injured but was told he was not.The court heard how the accused, who is aged 32, had 11 previous convictions for various offences including burglary and robbery.Solicitor Donagh Cleary said his client had an underly psychiatric condition and that he had an issue with his medication a the time of the incident.MAN WHO HEADBUTTED GARDA TO DO 80 HOURS COMMUNITY SERVICE was last modified: September 21st, 2015 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more

‘Remember Maicon?’ – Manchester City fans react to Dani Alves snub

first_img1 Once Dani Alves negotiated his exit from Juventus, after just one season, it looked certain he would be heading to Manchester City to reunite with Pep Guardiola.However, in what must be a bitter blow for the City boss the 34-year-old defender appears to have opted instead for a move to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.Guardiola’s side is particularly thin in the full-back department and Alves snub may also raise the price required to prise Kyle Walker away from Tottenham.Unsurprisingly City fans have had plenty to say on the U-turn performed by the former Barcelona man.Here is what some of them think about the snub: Dani Alves last_img

ATHLETICS: DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR NEW MILLS 10K

first_imgNew Mills 10kLetterkenny , Co.Donegal 20th October 20122:00 pmEntry Fee : €10 Flat, Fast, Course ! PrizesSenior Men – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Senior Women – 1st2nd 3rd Master Men – 40, 50, 60, 1st, 2nd Master Women – 40, 45, 50, 1st, 2nd  Registration from 12.30pmAura Leisure Centre, Ballymacool, Letterkenny.  Contact: Sean Mc Fadden 0872567861,Brendan Mc Daid 0868113947, A.A.I. PermitATHLETICS: DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR NEW MILLS 10K was last modified: October 8th, 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:ATHLETICS: DETAILS ANNOUNCED FOR NEW MILLS 10Klast_img read more

GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY CLUB NOTES

first_imgA big thanks to everyone involved in organising the hugely successful dinner dance this year, which had over 240 people in attendance.Congrats also to all the evenings winners.The winners were : Senior team player of the year: Eamon Ward. Reserve team player of the year: Gary McDaid. Third team player of the year: Charlie McGinty. Young player of the year: Ryan Hunter. Culture award: Karen McHugh, Louise Cullen and Mary C Devine. Special culture award: Shay Farell. Club persons of the year: Theresa Crawford and Sharon McGinty. Special presentations were made on the night to Michael, Neil and Gary recognising their phenomenal contribution to the county team this year.Thanks to all the very kind sponsors of these awards.The club would also like to thank Donegal county board chairman, Sean Dunnion and outgoing charmain PJ McGowan for their presence on the night.A special word of thanks goes to acting MC on the night, Aidy Glackin who kept the show running very smoothley indeed! Unfortunately there was no award on the night for singing talent, but we all know who would have taken home the silverware with his wonderful rendition of ”Joxer Goes To Ballybofey”!Finally a huge thanks to the Station House Hotel for their presentation and beautiful meal, and to the band Keltic Kaos who kept us dancing into the wee hours!Lotto match 3 winner Danny McFadden, Breenagh. Winning numbers 8,14,17,24. Next weeks sellers are Eddie Crawford and Barry Molloy. Sellers for 2nd of March are Charlie McGrenra and Charlie Bonner.The scor county final will take place this friday the 22nd at 7pm in the clubhouse. Glenswilly will be represented in the nuchleas and recitation sections and all support would be greatly appreciated.The senior reserves get their season underway with a Gaeltacht championship match on Sunday the 23rd in Pairc Naomh Columba, Glenswilly at 12 o’clock vs Ardara. Meanwhile, the u18’s will play a friendly vs Red Hughs in Killygordon on Sunday at 11 o’clock. GAA NEWS: GLENSWILLY CLUB NOTES was last modified: February 19th, 2013 by StephenShare 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:Glenswilly GAA noteslast_img read more

GAA NEWS: ALL BUNCRANA UNDERAGE TEAMS NOW BACK IN TRAINING

first_imgBUNCRANA GAA CLUB NOTESDonegal GAA Championship Intermediate drawsThe Championship draw which was held at the weekend sees Buncrana in the same group as Aodh Ruadh, who we will play away in our opening game, Naomh Naille and Naomh Colmcille. Senior Ladies FootballBuncrana Ladies had an excellent day at the Crossmaglen Sevens. Playing against top quality teams they reached the shield semi-final before going down to Donaghmore, a team that has won All Ireland club senior titles. No mean achievement! Well done to all the panel: Amy Casey, Lauren Hegarty, Deirdre Grant, Claire Doherty, Sarah Barnett, Mary McKinney, Louise Devlin, Paula McGrory, Allison McGonigle, Doreen Friel, Orlando Birch and coach Lawrence Hegarty. Many thanks to Crossmaglen for their hospitality on the day.Lá Fhéile Pádraig The Club is organizing some events for Seachtain na Gaeilge and St Patrick’s Day. Anyone interested in getting involved should contact Deirdre or Grainne or email buncrana.pro@gmail.com .Club LottoThe numbers drawn for this week were 22, 24, 30, and 31. As there was no winner we then held the monthly draw for €500 and the winner was….our very own Grainne Mc Carron! Congratulations Grainne…..Next week’s Jackpot will now be €5025Just to remind you, the Lotto is the main source of funding for the club, it’s the means by which we pay our bills and keep our teams on the road. We are really grateful to everyone who buys or sells Lotto’s for us but it would help greatly if more people, particularly parents of the many kids the Club caters for, would volunteer an hour a week to sell Lotto’s for us…not every week, just one week in the year. Surely that’s not too much to ask…is it?Irish Echo ‘40 under 40’ AwardsJohn McCarter would like to thank all of you who supported and voted for his daughter Jane in this prestigious competition recently. Jane came close to winning, coming second in the end, but it helped promote the work she is doing in New York’s Irish Centre and the town too. Underage NewsParish League – Buncrana Hurricanes TriumphThe Hurricanes played the Inishowen Giants last week. The competition started off with football. Although the Giants had one more player than the Hurricanes, the Hurricanes still looked the stronger side in the first half, with Padraig causing the Giants problems. Both teams finished level at half time. Hurricanes dominated the second half, Oran in goals making some great saves to stop the Giants from scoring. Matthew held the defence strong, Aoife made life tough for the opposing defenders and John created and scored a few great chances. The game finished 1-5 to 1-0 to the Hurricanes. Scorers: Aoife (1-0) Jamie (0-2) John (0-1) Padraig (0-2)Hurling next and the Hurricanes played quite defensively leaving John to do all the attacking. Inishowen Giants had a flying start, quickly scoring 1-1, but the Hurricanes started to pick up a rhythm and went in at half time with a score of 1-3. Hurricanes looked the stronger team going into the second half and so it proved with a very strong defense with Matthew, Jamie, Padraig, and Oran all doing a great job not conceding in the second half. With the help of Aoifes hard work, star attacker John managed to score the total of the Hurricanes scores, 2-5. Final score 2-5 to 1-1. Overall score: Cu Chulainn Hurricanes 3-10 – 2-1 Inishowen Giants. Panel: Aoife Gallanagh, Jamie Coyle, Oran Mc Bride, Matthew Clifford, John Jackson, and Padraig Lalor. Kevin Jordan & Oisin Porter were both absent. The Hurricanes played the Inishowen Giants today. The hurricanes were missing Kevin who is a key player. Started off with the gaelic football. Although the Giants had an one more player than the Hurricanes, but the Hurricanes still looked the stronger side in the first half, with padraig causing the Giants problems. Both teams finished level at half time. Hurricanes dominated the second half, oran in goals made great saves to stop the Giants from scoring great chances, Matthew held the defence strong, Aoife made life tough for the opposing defenders and john created and scored a few great chances.The game finished 1-5 to 1-0 to the Hurricanes.Scorers: Aoife (1-0) Jamie (0-2) John (0-1) Padraig (0-2)Hurling next, the Hurricanes played quite defensive and left John to do all the attacking. Inishowen Giants had a flying start quickly scoring 1-1, but the Hurricanes started to pick up a rthym and went in at half time with a score of 1-3. Hurricanes looked the stronger team going into the second half and proved so, with a very strong defense with Matthew, Jamie, Padraig, Oran all doing a great job and did not concede in the second half. With the help of Aoifes hardwork, star attaker John managed to score the total of the Hurricanes scores, scoring 2-5. Final score 2-5 to 1-1.Overall score: CuChulainn Hurricanes 3-10 – 2-1 Inishowen giantsThe Hurricanes played the Inishowen Giants today. The hurricanes were missing Kevin who is a key player. Started off with the gaelic football. Although the Giants had an one more player than the Hurricanes, but the Hurricanes still looked the stronger side in the first half, with padraig causing the Giants problems. Both teams finished level at half time. Hurricanes dominated the second half, oran in goals made great saves to stop the Giants from scoring great chances, Matthew held the defence strong, Aoife made life tough for the opposing defenders and john created and scored a few great chances.The game finished 1-5 to 1-0 to the Hurricanes.Scorers: Aoife (1-0) Jamie (0-2) John (0-1) Padraig (0-2)Hurling next, the Hurricanes played quite defensive and left John to do all the attacking. Inishowen Giants had a flying start quickly scoring 1-1, but the Hurricanes started to pick up a rthym and went in at half time with a score of 1-3. Hurricanes looked the stronger team going into the second half and proved so, with a very strong defense with Matthew, Jamie, Padraig, Oran all doing a great job and did not concede in the second half. With the help of Aoifes hardwork, star attaker John managed to score the total of the Hurricanes scores, scoring 2-5. Final score 2-5 to 1-1.Overall score: CuChulainn Hurricanes 3-10 – 2-1 Inishowen giantsThe Hurricanes played the Inishowen Giants today. The hurricanes were missing Kevin who is a key player. Started off with the gaelic football. Although the Giants had an one more player than the Hurricanes, but the Hurricanes still looked the stronger side in the first half, with padraig causing the Giants problems. Both teams finished level at half time. Hurricanes dominated the second half, oran in goals made great saves to stop the Giants from scoring great chances, Matthew held the defence strong, Aoife made life tough for the opposing defenders and john created and scored a few great chances.The game finished 1-5 to 1-0 to the Hurricanes.Scorers: Aoife (1-0) Jamie (0-2) John (0-1) Padraig (0-2)Hurling next, the Hurricanes played quite defensive and left John to do all the attacking. Inishowen Giants had a flying start quickly scoring 1-1, but the Hurricanes started to pick up a rthym and went in at half time with a score of 1-3. Hurricanes looked the stronger team going into the second half and proved so, with a very strong defense with Matthew, Jamie, Padraig, Oran all doing a great job and did not concede in the second half. With the help of Aoifes hardwork, star attaker John managed to score the total of the Hurricanes scores, scoring 2-5. Final score 2-5 to 1-1.Overall score: CuChulainn Hurricanes 3-10 – 2-1 Inishowen giantsTrainingFootballU16 Boys Football Monday’s 4.15pm in the Scarvey.U14 Boys Football Training is on Friday 4.15 – 5.45pm. Anyone who wants to come back or try Gaelic are more than welcome to come down. Don’t Forget Gum Shields, Boots and €2 – Any questions contact Aidan on 0862762671U12 Boys Football will resume on Friday evening at 7.00pm in Scarvey.U10 Boys Football Saturday’s from 4.30 – 5.30pm in Buncrana Youth Club. Any queries please contact Manager Leo Gill (086) 086 8260. Don’t forget Gum Shield and €2. All new members welcome.U8 Boys Football Saturday’s 3.30-4.30 in Buncrana Youth Club. Any queries contact Marty Coyle on 0868911737U6 Boys & Girls Friday Evenings from 6.30pm – 7.30pm in Crana College with Manager Jim Gillen 087 9933420U8& U10 Girls Saturdays 10.30 – 11.30 with Manager Claire Doherty on 0864023415HurlingU8 & U10 Hurling on Sunday’s from 11-12 in Crana College. All Boys & Girls WelcomeU12 Mondays 6.30 – 7.30 in Crana CollegeGirls Football Wednesday nights in Illies Development CentrePlease note that U12 girls has been changed to 6.30 – 7.30pm (U14’s also on at this time). We will be moving back to our usual Monday night in the Scarvey when we go back to outdoor training in a few weeks. Please bring water & €2. All existing and new players are most welcome.Under 14 6.30 – 7.30Under 12 6.30-7.30Senior 8.30 – 9.30Club MerchandiseElizabeth Anne is now taking orders for umbrellas in Club Colours and with Club Crest. €20 each and payment has to be made with order. Contact her on 086 0604075.Club WebsiteWant to keep right up-to-date on local Buncrana Club news? Just enter your email address into “Receive Club Notes by Email” on the club’s homepage at http://www.buncranagaa.com/ to automatically receive the Club’s Weekly Notes.You can renew your annual membership online now at the website too – and you don’t even have to be in Buncrana! Membership now open worldwide…just click on the link below to renew online http://www.buncranagaa.com/buncrana-gaa-club-membership/Check out Buncrana GAA Club Calendar on our website for period March – to April. Great sporting activities for children, boys and girls, and young adults http://www.buncranagaa.com/calender/Eircom Message for GAA MembersEircom has launched new apprentice and graduate programmes which will create 375 new jobs in the company over the next five years as part of our growth strategy. Starting immediately in 2015, Eircom is looking for 60 bright apprentices & 15 talented graduates to join our programmes which will give you a real opportunity to build your career and progress at pace in one of Ireland’s leading telecommunications companies.All of the apprentices and graduates who come into the company over the next five years will receive great personal and career development on the frontline building Ireland’s communications network and providing innovative new products and services to our growing customer base.Further information about Eircom’s apprenticeship and graduate programmes is available on Eircom’s early talent careers pagehttp://earlytalent.eircom.net, as is the online application form. Applications for both of this year’s programmes are open now, and close on 6 March 2015Club Notes: Anyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Jim at buncrana.pro@gmail.comto be included on the mailing list. If you have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Jim at buncrana.pro@gmail.comby 6pm on each Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaaor www.twitter.com/buncranagaa@buncranagaa, or visit our website www.buncranagaa.comGAA NEWS: ALL BUNCRANA UNDERAGE TEAMS NOW BACK IN TRAINING was last modified: March 2nd, 2015 by StephenShare 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:buncrana gaa club noteslast_img read more

Ginola criticises Kyle Walker following comments over England role

first_imgDavid Ginola has criticised England defender Kyle Walker for his comments about his centre-back role ahead of the World Cup.The Manchester City star gave a frank interview on Tuesday and admitted playing at centre-back is a ‘step backward’ having played at right-back for his entire career. Dele Alli reveals pre-match rituals and lucky charms he has before matches diamond geezer There is little doubt of Walker’s standing as one of the country’s best right-backs, and yet Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has preferred to field Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier in that role, with Walker playing on the right side of a back-three.It’s worked well so far but, while Walker said he is happy to play wherever the manager puts him, the 28-year-old admitted he would much prefer to play in his natural position.Former France international and Tottenham star Ginola, though, told talkSPORT the Man City star should just be thankful he is representing his nation at a World Cup.“He’s just said a little bit too much,” Ginola said on Wednesday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“You aim in your career to play in the World Cup, full stop“Just be proud of wearing the Three Lions shirt and playing for your country. World Cup latest on talkSPORT.com 1 Good times Fallon d’Floor misery NO JOY Watch every goal England scored at the 2018 World Cup Paul Pogba buys France World Cup winners specially designed rings ‘It could have been me’ – Allardyce admits World Cup was tough to watch #ENG Right-back Kyle Walker says playing in a back three is ‘step backwards’@laura_woodsy, @teamginola and Al discuss his quotes below ⬇️📻 https://t.co/AYsRgJWZEr pic.twitter.com/885KFHkV0I— The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast (@SportsBreakfast) June 13, 2018 SUPERSTITION Learn the words for England’s catchy Gareth Southgate song A reminder to Liverpool fans about the very comical threat Neymar offers Why does Luis Suarez kiss his wrist when he celebrates a goal? Arsenal star Laurent Koscielny admits he didn’t want France to win World Cup “When you play for your country at the World Cup, it’s not about yourself.“Yes, you have a preferred position but you’re representing your country, so it doesn’t matter.“You just have to be good and play as well as possible.”Listen to David Ginola on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast below: LU BEAUTY You’re the one Kyle Walker will line up on the right side of back-three for England at the World Cup last_img read more

Men’s Soccer Blanks Evansville, 1-0

first_img EVANSVILLE, Ind. – The Drake University men’s soccer team blanked Evansville, 1-0, in Missouri Valley Conference play on Saturday afternoon at McCutchan Stadium in Evansville. “A great win on the road tonight against a tough team,” said head coach Gareth Smith. “Our first half was very impressive and showed how good we can be. I was particularly pleased with our front three who were dynamic and showed great movement off the ball. We could have scored two or three goals in the first 20 minutes. The second half was a little more back and forth but we dealt with their direct play very well and showed progress from our previous game against them.” Next Game: “Great credit to young Cade, who exceptional throughout and made a terrific penalty kick save in the second half to help win the game for us in his hometown,” Smith said. “We would like to dedicate this win to his mother, Tamala McCullough for her courageous fight against cancer and who is one year in remission today.” Drake redshirt freshman Caden McCullough (Evansville, Ind.) played great in his first match in his hometown. McCullough recorded his second career shutout and finished with four saves, including a critical save on a penalty kick late in the game by one of the top scorers in the league, Ian McGrath. Following Saturday’s match, the Bulldogs have a week off until Missouri State visits the Cownie Soccer Complex on Nov. 4 to close the regular season. First kick with the Bears is set for 6 p.m.Print Friendly Version Preview Missouri State 11/4/2017 – 6 PM Live Stats Redshirt sophomore Alex Peterson (St. Cloud, Minn.) scored in the 79th minute (79:41) for Drake (5-10-1, 2-4-1 MVC), which avenged its 1-0 loss to Evansville (8-8-1, 2-4-1 MVC) last Saturday in Des Moines, Iowa. Peterson scored his first career goal for the Bulldogs off a scrum in the Purple Aces box. Full Schedule Roster last_img read more