January 14

St. Teresa, Len Miller for Debate Finals

first_imgSt. Teresa’s Convent defeated Seventh Day Adventist in the on-going Devine Events and Consultancy Inter -High School debate 95-84 points to qualify with Len Miller for the finals.The two finalists will meet at the Monrovia City Hall on September 13, while SDA will be going against G.W. Gibson for the third place slot the same day.In the St. Teresa’s Convent and SDA encounter, Convent forced SDA to make slight blunders, presenting their argument on the topic: “Is Civil Disobedience a Moral Weapon against the Fight for Justice?”SDA’s argument was not always convincing and they were always behind their opponents and not able to close the gap.SDA’s final speaker came up with a weak-closing statement that couldn’t narrow the wide margin that was already created by the previous speaker.The audience was in high anticipation that SDA could put out an eye-catching performance to upset St. Teresa’s Covent, but SDA could not live up to expectation.When the judges announced the results, the crowd shouted, “The clash of titans,” since the two were the best teams in the tournament.“The defeat was a collective failure, but we have recognized areas of our faults,” SDA captain John Massaquoi said.He added that they were not deterred by the defeat, because it would also help to strengthen their resolve to improve their academic qualification in several other areas.Olivia Livingstone became the outstanding captain for St. Teresa’s Covent.“We knew that the school we will meet in the final has intelligent members but we have developed a plan that can upset them,” student Livingstone assured.Meanwhile, Len Miller became one of the tournament’s favorites, defeating St. Mary’s Catholic High School on the topic: “Are Both Parents Responsible for the Financial Upkeep of the family?”In another encounter, Len Miller High School narrowly conquered G.W Gibson High School to secure their place for the final, with 85-82 points.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

December 22


first_imgSOCCER: Finn Harps incredible unbeaten run in the Airtricity First Division has come to an abrupt end tonight against fourth-placed Athlone Town. A 69th minute strike from Marco Chindea proved decisive in a game where there were very few chances for either side.Alan Matthews has improved Athlone significantly since taking over the reins after leaving Bray Wanderers and it was key three points for his side.It leave his outfit just three points off the play-off spots but there still a massive TEN points behind league leaders Harps. Harps went TWELVE games unbeaten which was an incredible feat but as the saying goes ‘All good things must come to an end’ and in the 13th game of the season that’s exactly what happened.However, Wexford lost the opportunity to make up ground on Harps by losing 3-2 at home to Shelbourne.UCD closed the gap between themselves and Harps to six points and are showing signs they’re in for the long haul as they look to bounce right back into the Premier Division.Wexford remain seven points behind Harps but have a game in hand and also face Harps next weekend in a crucial clash next week at Finn Park which also represents the halfway point in the season. Just eight points separates the top four and it promises to go right down to the wire this season.Harps remain top by six points and if Ollie Horgan was offered to be in this position at this stage of the season prior to the campaign he would’ve have taken your hand off.UNLUCKY THIRTEEN FOR HARPS AS UNBEATEN RUN ENDS AWAY TO ATHLONE was last modified: June 5th, 2015 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:Athlone TownFinn Harps FCHome-page Sportnewssoccerlast_img read more