Janaushadhi Kendras achieve record sales turnover of Rs 52 crore in April 2020 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Share The initiative has led to total savings of approximately Rs 300 crore of common citizens as the medicines are cheaper by 50 to 90 per cent of the average market priceIn spite of problems in procurement and logistics due to COVID-19 lockdown, Pradhanmantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Kendras –PMBJAK, achieved a record sales turnover of Rs 52 crore in the month of April 2020 compared to Rs 42 crore in March 2020. It was 17 crore in April 2019As the entire country is facing a big challenge due to COVID-19 Pandemic, demand for medicines and medical equipment are very high and to cater this demand Jan aushadhi Kendras delivered a record Rs 52 crore worth of affordable and quality medicines to the public during April 2020. This has led to total savings of approximately Rs 300 crore of common citizens as Jan Aushdhi Kendra’s medicines are cheaper by 50 to 90 per cent of the average market price.Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India, DV Sadananda Gowda and MoS Chemicals & Fertilizers Shri Mansukh Mandaviya has congratulated the Janaushadhi store operators for achieving a record sales turnover and for working nonstop, tirelessly in the odd circumstances when the country needed it most.Gowda has ensured that his ministry through Pradhan Mantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi Pariyojana (PMBJP) is committed to ensure uninterrupted availability of affordable medicines to the people of the country.In its fight against COVID-19, Government of India is revolutionising the face of healthcare system through notable schemes like PMBJP that have been providing over 900 quality generic-medicines and 154 surgical equipment and consumable at affordable prices for every citizen of the nation.Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India (BPPI) CEO Sachin Kumar Singh has said BPPL developed ‘Jan aushadhi Sugam Mobile App’ to help people in a big way to locate their nearest Janaushadhi Kendras and availability of affordable generic medicine with its price. Over 325000 people are using this app. They can avail a host of user-friendly options like direction guided through Google Map for location of the Janaushadhi Kendra, search Janaushadhi generic medicines, analyse product comparison of generic and branded medicine in the form of MRP and overall savings, etc. with the help of this App.This App is available on both Android and I-phone platformsPresently, more than 6300 PMJAKs are functioning across the nation covering 726 districts of the country. In the lockdown period PMBJP is also generating awareness through informational posts on their social media platforms to help people protect themselves from coronavirus. MedicinePradhanmantri Bhartiya Janaushadhi PariyojanaSadananda Gowda News Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Related Posts Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha By Press Information Bureau on May 3, 2020 Read Article Comments (0) Add Comment
Held this week, on 8 May 2016, the third annual Wings for Life World Run was the ‘biggest and most emotional yet’. Global Champions Kaori Yoshida of Japan and Giorgio Calcaterra of Italy smashed course records, with women’s titleholder Yoshida running 65.71km before being passed by the Catcher Car finish line, and Calcaterra pushing to 88.44km to top the men’s field.In all, people of 203 nationalities signed up for the race; with an unprecedented number of registered participants – 130,732 across 34 official race locations, plus 20,556 confirmed Selfie Runners – as well as sponsors and other donors, raising €6.6 million for spinal cord injury research.Registration is now open for many locations of the next Wings for Life World Run, taking place on 7 May 2017 – and the organizers note that more than 1,500 people have already signed up for next year.Wings for Life World Run facts & figures:Locations34 official locations across 33 countries6 continents12 time zonesAmount raised to support spinal cord research€6.6 millionParticipants130,732 registered participants20,556 Selfie RunnersDistanceMen’s Global Champion Giorgio Calcaterra: 88.44kmWomen’s Global Champion Kaori Yoshida: 65.71kmCombined distance of all participants worldwide: 1,255,000kmTemperature extremes at startHottest: Ahmedabad, India 42ºCColdest: Niagara Falls, Canada 5.6ºCRunner supportVolunteers: 16,000Bananas: 28 tonsWater: 140,000 litresCatcher Cars68 Catcher Cars worldwidewww.wingsforlifeworldrun.com Related
Scottsdale’s new luxury condominium residence, The Enclave at Borgata, has opened its preview center, called The Enclave Debut. It is located near the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Lincoln Drive, on the former Borgata retail site at 6176 North Scottsdale Road – between Blanco and Paul Martin’s. The Debut offers an introduction to the only new luxury condo homes to come to market in central Scottsdale in many years. It is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, or by appointment. “We are thrilled to open The Debut during the height of the winter visitor season, showcasing the superior quality of this condominium community, as well as the convenient access to the restaurants and retail offerings that are within walking distance from The Enclave at Borgata,” said Mike Jesberger, President of Phoenix-based Antera Development.Staffed by uniquely qualified sales associates who understand the needs of the luxury buyer, The Debut features interactive technology to explore the various homes and features. And, prospective buyers can also learn about the engaging community lifestyle and amenities.The Enclave at Borgata will include only 90 home opportunities, ranging in size 1,500 to 3,100 square feet. There are select opportunities to combine two units to create a home upwards of 5,400 square feet. Pricing starts at approximately $500 a square foot. Special attention has been paid to a high level of quality, inside and out, including Wolf and Sub Zero appliances, generous patios and balconies, and views of Camelback Mountain. On site amenities include gated entry, lush landscaping, generous fitness facility, resort-style pool, demonstration kitchen, outdoor kitchen, resident clubroom, lounging/conversation areas inside and out to connect with neighbors, walking path and a dog park.For more information visit EnclaveAtBorgata.com or call (480) 362.5283.The Enclave at Borgata is a 90-unit luxury condominium residence community being developed at the northwest corner of Rose Lane and Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Arizona. It will fill a unique buyer niche based on pricing, quality, amenities and unsurpassed location . The project is being built by Antera Development and is funded by JEN Partners. www.EnclaveAtBorgata.com andFacebook.com/EnclaveAtBorgata.
Here are the Top 10 brokerage firms in Arizona, based on public voting for the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona, the state’s biggest and most comprehensive business opinion poll. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion and ranks companies based on how voters answer this simple question: with whom would you recommend doing business?Don’t see your favorite on the list or do you want to make sure your favorite stays on the list? To make your vote count in the 2020 edition of Ranking Arizona, click here to vote.Want to buy a copy of the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona? Click here.Here are the Top 10 brokerage firms in Arizona, as featured in the 2019 edition of Ranking Arizona:Brokerage firms (24 brokers or more)1. CBREBackground: CBRE Group, Inc., a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2017 revenue). The company has more than 80,000 employees (excluding affiliates) and serves real estate investors and occupiers through approximately 450 offices (excluding affiliates) worldwide. CBRE offers a broad range of integrated services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services.2. Colliers International3. NAI Horizon4. Lee & Associates5. Commercial Properties Inc.6. Cresa7. Cushman & Wakefield8. JLL9. West USA Realty10. KeyserBrokerage firms (23 brokers or fewer)1. Avison YoungBackground: Avison Young is the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Avison Young is a collaborative, global firm owned and operated by its principals. Founded in 1978, the company comprises 2,700 real estate professionals in 85 offices, providing value-added, client-centric investment sales, leasing, advisory, management, financing and mortgage placement services to owners and occupiers of office, retail, industrial, multi-family and hospitality properties.2. Commercial Plus3. ORION Investment Real Estate4. ZELL Commercial Real Estate Services Inc.5. Cardon Commercial6. LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide7. SRS Real Estate Partners8. Commercial Property Connect9. VWP Realty10. Kidder MathewsIndustrial1. Cushman & WakefieldBackground: Cushman & Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that delivers exceptional value by putting ideas into action for real estate occupiers and owners. Cushman & Wakefield is among the largest real estate services firms with 48,000 employees in approximately 400 offices and 70 countries. In 2017, the firm had revenue of $6.9 billion across core services of property, facilities and project management, leasing, capital markets, valuation and other services.2. Colliers International3. CBRE4. NAI Horizon5. JLL6. LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide7. Avison Young8. Commercial Properties, Inc.9. Kidder Mathews10. ORION Investment Real EstateLand1. Land Advisors OrganizationBackground: Land Advisors Organization is the nation’s largest brokerage company focused exclusively on land. Land Advisors’ highly specialized agents use a combination of publicly available and private information, cutting-edge mapping technology, deep market knowledge and extensive transactional experience to help their clients identify and capitalize on valuable land opportunities in all kinds of economic environments. Land Advisors Organization employs a true collaborative brokerage model with offices located throughout Arizona, California, Florida, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Texas and Washington. Other service lines in place to compliment Land Advisors’ brokerage operations include Land Advisors Capital and Land Advisors Resort Solutions.2. CBRE3. Avison Young4. Colliers International5. Commercial Properties, Inc.6. SVN Desert Commercial Advisors7. NAI Horizon8. Nathan & Associates9. Marcus and Millichap RE Investment10. Cushman & WakefieldMedical1. Avison Young2019 outlook: “Avison Young is poised to continue to lead the industry as the fastest growing commercial firm. The growth will happen both in the United States and internationally with a substantially larger European presence in the first quarter of the year.”2. GILE Healthcare Realty3. CBRE4. Colliers International5. Benchmark Commercial Real Estate6. ORION Investment Real Estate7. LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide8. Keyser9. Arizona Medical Office Brokers10. Commercial Properties, Inc.Multifamily1. CBRE2019 outlook: “In an environment where investors are concerned that rising interest rates could diminish returns, market fundamentals are more important than ever. With leading job, population and household formation growth, and limited single-family completions, Phoenix is ideally positioned to continue to attract strong capital flows throughout 2019.”2. Colliers International3. NAI Horizon4. Commercial Properties, Inc.5. ABI Multifamily6. Lee & Associates7. Cushman & Wakefield8. ORION Investment Real Estate9. Avison Young10. SVN Desert Commercial AdvisorsOffice1. Colliers InternationalBackground: Colliers has served clients globally for more than 35 years. With an enterprising culture and significant insider ownership, Colliers provides a full range of services – brokerage, corporate solutions, investment sales, capital markets, project management, workplace solutions, property management, valuation and appraisal services – to real estate occupiers, owners and investors worldwide. Colliers International Group Inc. is a global leader with more than 13,000 professionals operating in 69 countries. Colliers has been ranked among the Top 100 outsourcing firms by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals’ Global Outsourcing for 13 consecutive years – more than any other real estate services firm.2. CBRE3. Lee & Associates4. Newmark Knight Frank5. Avison Young6. NAI Horizon7. Andrea Davis, CRE8. LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide9. Cresa10. SVN Desert Commercial AdvisorsRetail1. Zell Commercial Real Estate ServicesBackground: Alan Zell started the company in 1977 after being transferred from New Jersey to Arizona by a shopping center developer in 1974. The company has always focused on providing shopping center management and leasing services on open-air shopping centers in Arizona. The current portfolio includes more than 4 million square feet of retail properties throughout the Valley, Payson and Show Low. Biltmore Plaza (32nd Street Camelback), Arrowhead Palms (75th Avenue and Bell) and Foothills Park Place (I-10 and Ray Road) are some signature properties. Zell’s staff of 20 professionals is dedicated to exceeding the expectations of clients.2. Cardon Commercial3. Colliers International4. De Rito Partners Inc.5. Avison Young6. Catalyst Commercial Group7. SVN Desert Commercial Advisors8. CBRE9. Keyser10. LevRose Commercial Real Estate/TCN Worldwide
Pinterest Share on Facebook Share Share on Twitter The present study was based on a psychoanalytic theory, known as self psychology, developed by Heinz Kohut.“In Kohut’s formulation, caregivers are experienced as ‘selfobjects,’ or emerging parts of one’s sense of self,” the researchers explained. “When needs are unmet, the infant is left with impaired abilities to regulate self-esteem and may defensively avoid and disavow them. The end result of disavowed needs may therefore be the phenomenon now known as narcissistic vulnerability.”The study of 129 undergraduate students found emotional, physical neglect and abuse, and sexual abuse in childhood was associated with vulnerable narcissism. The researchers found two factors underlied the link between childhood maltreatment and narcissistic vulnerability: proneness to shame and the avoidance of selfobject needs.The avoidance of selfobject needs refers to the disavowal of the need to maintain self-cohesion by incorporating others (the selfobject) into the sense of oneself. Those who score high on measures of “avoidance of selfobject needs” are more likely to say that they don’t need positive feedback from others because they already know they are successful. They are also more likely to find it difficult to accept guidance, even from someone they respect. And they are less likely to feel successful because they are part of a successful group.“[O]ur data provide preliminary support for the roles of shame-proneness and selfobject need avoidance as individual and joint mechanisms through which exposure to [childhood maltreatment] leads to narcissistic vulnerability,” the researchers concluded. Email New preliminary research published in the Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association suggests that maltreatment during childhood can lead to narcissistic vulnerability in adulthood by increasing a person’s sense of shame and constricting their sense of self.Previous research has found that narcissists can be divided into a “vulnerable” subtype and a “grandiose” subtype.Grandiose narcissists tend to be aggressive, domineering and immodest. They view themselves as superior to others and have an over-inflated self-esteem. Vulnerable narcissists — the lesser known subtype — tend to be defensive, insecure and inhibited. They are bitter that others do not treat them with the respect and admiration they think they deserve. Vulnerable narcissism is “marked by self-consciousness, shame, and helplessness,” the researchers said. LinkedIn
GERMANY: Construction of a 2·3 km east-to-north link between München airport and the München – Regensburg railway is set to begin this year, after an agreement for an equal split of the €83m cost was signed by the federal and Bayern governments last month.Two S-Bahn routes currently link the airport to München. The double-track electrified Neufahrner Curve would enable the provision of direct regional services between the airport and destinations to the northeast including Mossberg, Freising and Regensburg. Bayern railway authority BEG plans to award a contract for the operation of hourly ÜFEX services from 2018. The operator would pay back the construction cost though access charges of €10m/year for 20 years.
(WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/31/2020-7:30PM)Share this:FacebookTwitter LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – In the aftermath of Friday’s late day storm, WLAF’s Charlotte Underwood takes us down Bethlehem Road through the lense of her camera.
By The Nelson Daily SportsThe Glacier Gymnastics club culminated an impressive season on the balance beam by hosting the Kootenay Zone Championships at the Civic Centre facility.Teams from throughout the zone joined the host from the Heritage City in the annual windup competition to the local gymnastic season.The zones were held over two days with competition in boys, girl’s pre-competitive, interclub and high school events.Glacier results included:Level 1 Argo 2002 Alexis Dyck, first on bars, second on floor and beam and first overall; Senna Moroney, first on beam, second overall; Teigan Barnhart, first vault, third overall; and Gwen McCrory second on bars first on floor, third on beam.Level 1 Argo 2001Ohia Wintraub, first on beam and bars, secnd on floor and vault, second overall; Olivia Kelly, third on floor, fourth on beam, third overall; Ashley Caponero, second on floor, fifth overall and Mimi Lockhurst, third on beam, fifth on floor and sixth all overall.Level 1 Tyro (10 & 11yrs old)Sara Tolles, first on vault, floor and beam, second overall and Brenna Barnhart, second on floor, third on vault and bars and third overall.Level 1 Novice & Open combinedKaya Fraser, first on beam, second overall; Maddie Sternloff, second beam, third on floor, fourth overall; Miranda Boisvert, fourth on beam, sixth overall and Katie Poetsch, third on beam and fourth on floor.Level 2 TyroBryn Walsh, first on bars and floor, second overall; Kylee Dyck, second on floor, third on Bars, third overall; Victoria Lawrence-Jeffery, second on beam, fourth on floor, fifth overall and Hailey Lothrop, third on beam and sixth overall.Level 2 NoviceChultim O’Neil was first vault, bars, floor and first overall; and Bronwyn Sutherland, first on beam and third on vault.Level 2 OpenJulie Poetsch took third on floor and bars, fourth overall; Kelly Westrop, second on vault, fourth on floor, fifth overall; and Rebecca Benner, sixth on vault, beam, floor and overall.Level 3 Tyro/Novice combinedJasmine Schacher captured first on beam, second on floor, bars and overall and Ella Kellan, third on floor and fourth overall.Highschool Level 1 Category Trilby Buck, first on vault, floor and first overall.Highschool Level 2 CategoryDanielle Cousins was first on beam, floor and overall; Shaylene Geist, second on bars, beam, third overall; Leanne Kalmikoff, third on floor, bars and overall and Abby Cowan second on floor, third on valult and fourth overall.Boys Level 3 Under 13Quinn Barron dominated with a gold in all six events and overall; Ciun Murphy, second on floor, rings and parallel bars second overall and Oliver McDougall-Eisele, second on vault and horizontal bar and third [email protected]
Ryan Connolly has rejoined Galway United for the 2018 SSE Airtricity League First Division campaign after spending a season with Shamrock Rovers.The midfield playmaker spent three seasons on Corribside, where he played a key role for the club, making 96 appearances, scoring 12 goals in the process.The Mayo man was voted on the First Division Team of the Year in his first season at Eamonn Deacy Park, he was also voted Galway United Player of the Year in 2014 when the Tribesmen won promotion to the Premier Division and he captained the club in 2016.Connolly made 31 appearances for the Hoops last season, scoring one goal against Bluebell United in the FAI Cup.United boss Shane Keegan moved quickly to secure the services of the cultured midfielder, who he believes played his best football in the maroon of Galway United.“It’s a real coup to get Ryan,” Keegan explained to www.galwayunitedfc.ie.“It’s certainly one that is going to catch the eye because of the quality that he gives us.“The biggest compliment I can pay Ryan is how highly our players spoke about him last season. At times, they would point to the qualities Ryan has and that it might’ve been something that we were missing.“I’ve had very productive discussions with him and I hope he can get the most out of Galway United and that we can get the most out of him. He could be outstanding for us next season.“It’s a huge statement to get Ryan signed, there is no doubt that he could’ve remained in the Premier Division and while he did enjoy his time at Shamrock Rovers, I think he missed being back West and he enjoyed playing his football in Galway.”Connolly maintained close contact with members of United’s squad last season and he’s pleased to be returning to Eamonn Deacy Park.“I’ve been speaking to the lads throughout the season about Shane and they said he is brilliant in all aspects of the game and I’m really looking forward to working with him next season. I thought he was very good in the discussions I had with him.“My best years have been with Galway United. It’s where I’ve felt happiest playing football. I had offers from other clubs, but the main thing was coming back to where I felt happiest. I want to go back to enjoying my football. I felt Galway United was the best option for me.“Our aim and mindset will be to win the league. It’s going to be a competitive First Division. Our manager, players and coaching staff have to be geared towards winning the division and nothing less.”print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
Croke Park isthe venue for the prestigious TG4 All-Ireland Senior, Intermediate and JuniorFinals on Sunday, September 15, but the stadium will also play host to aglamour double-header three weeks earlier, when the Senior finalists will beconfirmed. THE LadiesGaelic Football Association and Championship sponsors TG4 have announced today(TUESDAY) that the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior semi-finals will be played atCroke Park on Sunday, August 25. The excitingnews was confirmed at the official launch of the 2019 TG4 All-IrelandChampionships.Meanwhile, ithas also been confirmed that the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate semi-finals onAugust 17 will be played at Nowlan Park, Kilkenny. 12 counties willbattle it out for the Brendan Martin Cup, the big prize on offer for the TG4All-Ireland Senior Championship winners, with holders Dublin aiming for a thirdsuccessive title. TG4 hascommitted to screening 17 Championship fixtures during the 2019 season,beginning next Saturday, July 13, and running until All-Ireland Final Day onSunday, September 15, when the TG4 All-Ireland Junior, Intermediate and SeniorFinals will be screened exclusively LIVE.Over the courseof eight weekends, TG4 will bring viewers the very best action from theAll-Ireland Championships, with the Senior and Intermediate Competitions to beplayed once again on a round-robin basis. The action getsunderway next weekend, July 13/14, and the TG4 cameras will be present atO’Moore Park in Portlaoise for a LIVE double-header. Connachtchampions Galway and opponents Kerry will throw-in at 1.45pm, with that gamefollowed by the meeting of TG4 All-Ireland and Leinster Senior champions Dublinand Munster runners-up Waterford, at 3.30pm. It has also beenconfirmed that the LIVE double-header on Saturday July 20 (Donegal v Tyrone andCork v Cavan) will be played at TEG Cusack Park, Mullingar. A week later, onSaturday July 27, Bord Na Móna O’Connor Park in Tullamore will host Mayo vDonegal and Armagh v Cork, two games which will also be shown LIVE by TG4. Last September’sTG4 All-Ireland Finals attracted a record 50,141 attendance to Croke Park, afigure that was a world record for a stand-alone female sporting event in 2018.TG4’s coveragealso attracts a significant TV audience in Ireland and globally on the TG4Player www.tg4.tvSpeaking onbehalf of TG4, Ardstiúrthóir Alan Esslemont said: “TG4 is extremelyproud once more to be the main sponsors for the 2019 LGFA All-Ireland LadiesFootball Championship.“Thecomprehensive coverage we give to the games – at all levels – show theimportance that TG4 places on this wonderful sport, which is growing inpopularity year on year. “It is yetanother great example of our unique heritage and we are extremely proud of thewonderful partnership that has been built between the LGFA and TG4 over theyears. “ThisSummer TG4 will screen 17 fixtures covering the Senior, Intermediate and Juniorchampionships, running until All-Ireland Final day on Sunday, September 15. “Over thecourse of eight weekends, TG4 will bring the very best action from theChampionships not just on our TV channel in Ireland but also worldwide on theTG4 Player, on our YouTube channel and now also on Facebook Live, culminatingat Croke Park when the TG4 All-Ireland Junior, Intermediate and Seniorchampions will be crowned. “Viewerscan keep up with all the action on social media @SpórtTG4 as well. “TG4 is alsodelighted to be supporting the ‘20 x 20 – Women in Sport’ initiative, which isaiming to increase the profile of women’s sport at all levels. “Throughour very successful partnership with LGFA and Lidl, TG4 is extremely proud thatwe can help to give women’s football the prominence it deserves. “The#properfan campaign has contributed to a surge in interest in the games and thestunning success of last year’s LGFA Championship has brought a very welcomefocus onto all women’s sports throughout Ireland.” Marie Hickey,President of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association, commented: “We arelooking forward to another superb summer of action in the TG4 All-IrelandChampionships. “We’vealready witnessed some brilliant football in the provincial competitions, andnow attention turns to the race for All-Ireland Final places at Croke Park onSeptember 15. “We arealso delighted to announce that our 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championshipsemi-finals will be played at Croke Park on Sunday, August 25. “This isanother huge step forward for our Association and it will be great to watch thefour semi-finalists battle it out at Croke Park for coveted places in theFinal. “I wouldonce again like to pay tribute to our wonderful Championship sponsors andbroadcast partners TG4. “We werethrilled to sign a four-year extension with TG4 last year, taking us up to theend of the 2022 season. “2020 willmark the 20th year of a partnership that dates back to 2000, when TG4 becametitle sponsors of our Championships. “TG4continue to take our sport to new, unprecedented and record-breaking levels. “We alsohave a large overseas population to cater for and TG4 have the ability toprovide coverage to people outside of Ireland, which is hugely important to us.“I wouldalso like to reference our National League sponsors and official retailpartners Lidl, who will work closely alongside TG4 in the promotion of ourChampionship games along the road to Croke Park. “I wouldalso like to take this opportunity to thank the GAA for their cooperation as wenow look forward to not one, but two, huge occasions at Croke Park in Augustand September. “Ourcolleagues in the GAA have also helped us to secure county grounds for many ofour top-level games in the early rounds of the All-Ireland series. “LadiesFootball continues to lead the way in Irish women’s sport and after setting yetanother attendance record for our TG4 All-Ireland Finals in 2018, we’re aiming togo even higher again in September. “We needthe help of clubs and counties to achieve that, and I’d appeal to all sportsfans, at home and abroad, to get behind our magnificent players and followtheir progress as they set out on their potential journeys to Croke Park, viathe All-Ireland series. “I wish allof the competing teams the very best of luck for the season ahead.“It’s timefor you, our supporters, to show that you’re a #ProperFan and #FollowOurJourneyto Croke Park for the 2019 TG4 All-Ireland Finals.” The 2019 TG4All-Ireland Ladies Football championships were officially launched at CrokePark today, with representatives from all 32 participating teams present at thevenue which will host the Finals on September 15. Holders Dublinwill play their first qualifier game against Waterford next Saturday, July 13,as part of TG4’s LIVE double-header alongside the meeting of Connacht championsGalway and Kerry. Elsewhere, Corkwill harbour hopes of regaining the TG4 All-Ireland Senior title they last wonin 2016, after winning the Lidl National League Division 1 crown and Munstersilverware. In the West,Galway made it three Connacht senior titles in a row, a feat that was alsoachieved by Donegal in Ulster. In the Senior Championship,four qualifier groups will contain three teams in each. Each team willplay two games each in their respective groups and, from there, eightquarter-finalists will emerge.The TG4Intermediate and Junior championships will be keenly contested once again andare sure to produce some cracking fare. Meath, beatenIntermediate Finalists last year, will hope to go one better but they’ll facestiff opposition from Tipperary, the Intermediate Champions from two years ago,and Wexford, who defeated Meath in the Leinster Final. Roscommon, whoretained their Connacht title, will also fancy their chances and, in total,there are 14 counties in the running for the Mary Quinn Memorial Cup. The TG4 juniorchampionship will feature six counties including 2018 runners-up Louth. Antrim, who beatFermanagh to win the Ulster title, are another impressive outfit, while Carlow,Derry and London are also in the race. TG4All-Ireland Championship – Round 1 – July 13/14 Senior: Group 1: Cavan vArmagh Group 2:Waterford v Dublin Group 3: Galwayv Kerry Group 4: Tyronev Mayo Intermediate:Group 1: Down vSligo/Limerick v Kildare Group 2:Tipperary v Meath/Longford v Wicklow Group 3: Clare vWexfordGroup 4:Roscommon v Leitrim Junior: Group A: Carlowv Louth Group B: Derry vAntrimprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email