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first_imgMENS FOOTBALL:Saturday evening in Fintra saw the senior side having an impressive victory over their Killybegs opponents, Final Score Killybegs 0:05 Malin 0:16. Prior to this, Malin Reserves also played a superb game, by trailing 0:04 to a Killybegs 1:12. The end of the second half saw the side placing three goals within 5 minutes into the back of the Killybegs net, ending the match in a draw. Sunday 19th of May sees Malin host Four Masters, with Reserves at 1:30pm, and Seniors at 3pm. LADIES FOOTBALL:Ladies Football training continues on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s between 8pm- 9pm. GIRLS FOOTBALL:U16/U14 Girls continue to train on Wednesday’s at 5:15pm.U12 Girls continue to train on Wednesdays at 4:15pmU10/U8/U6 continue to train on Saturday mornings at 11:15am till 12:15, all sessions are €2.BOYS FOOTBALL:U6 age group continue to train within the Club Gym on Sunday mornings from 10am -11:15am.The sessions are based on GAA Fundamentals; a Croke Park initiative based on research aimed at bettering your child’s coordination (including hand eye) balance, agility and basic fitness in a fun filled environment. It is also an introduction into the basic skills of Gaelic games. All children are welcome to attend.U8 age group continue to train on Sunday mornings at 11am to 12:30pm, also within the Club Gym. All underage sessions are €2.U10 age group continue train on Sunday’s from 12:30 to 1:30pm. U14 Training takes place on Monday from 5-6 and on Thursday from 4.30 to 6.00.HURLING:U10/U12 Boys and Girls Hurling continue on Friday Evenings from 6pm-7pm. All equipment provided €2 per session.MALIN CUL CAMPS: Kelloggs are offering a promotion on registration to the Cul Camps, when registering online with the unique code found in selected packs Kelloggs Corn Flakes will receive €5 off per child. Those who register online must inform Maria of this, alternatively registration forms will be given out at the start of June.GO GAMES:Malin U8 will be away to Carn on Saturday the 18th, while the U12 team will be away to Carn on this Tuesday evening.U14 TEAM:Friday evening saw Malin U14 Team claim an impressive victory over Moville, with the final score line being Malin 3:14 Moville 4:7.DOWNEY/MCLAUGHLIN MEMORIAL CUP:On Sunday evening in Burt, Malin U16 Team played against the home side in the final of the Downey/McLaughlin Memorial Cup. After a close game, it all ended in a draw. It is expected that the final will be replayed Next Sunday the 19th of May at 7pm. Please see Clubs Facebook and Parish notes for more information.MR & MRS:The club will be holding a Mr & Mrs Competition, on Saturday 25th of May. Money raised by the Mr & Mrs competition will go towards purchasing new equipment for the Club Gym. Our 2013 Couples are Brendan and Denise Mc Laughlin (JM), Paddy and Diane (Owen), Jackie and Pat Clean, Carolann and Kevin Farren, Eleanor and Michael Farren, and Danny and Trish Lafferty. Limited tickets available and are priced at €10, contact John Byrne on 0862507380.GAELIC LIFE NATIONAL LEAGUE FANTASY FOOTBALL:After the successful running of the Gaelic Life National League Fantasy Football Competition, We have yet again joined forces with the weekly publication for the All Ireland Fantasy Football equivalent. The competition is free to enter and proved to be very popular with club members in the summer when young Ciaran Collins followed in the footsteps of Jim Mc Guinness and led his team to victory. The National League competition proved to be just as popular with young Conor Mc Laughlin from Shantla coming out on top. Just choose your starting 15 players from the 9 counties in Ulster (Declan Walsh can be selected in the half back line) and sit back and watch the drama upfold. Entry for the competiton closes on Wednesday the 15th of May at 5.00 pm. To enter just log onto www.gaeliclife.com/fantasyfootball where full rules can be found. Anyone who wishes to enter the Malin GAA private league is asked to send their name and team name to pro.malin.donegal@gaa.ie or send it via private mail on the club facebook page.2013 GAA PREDICTION COMPETITION:The club are also running a 2013 GAA prediction competition. Just predict the winners of the 6 provincial finals (hurling and football), the 4 sides to qualify for the All Ireland football QF through the back door, the overall football and hurling winners and finally the winners of the Donegal SFC. Points will be awarded for each of selection. For full details, check out the club facebook page, or forms are available in pubs through-out the area. Entry fee is just €5 with all monies taken, getting paid out as prize money. Competition closes on Sat May 18th at 2pm. For more details contact Martin on 086 1585880, Patrick on 087 2990057 or Damian on 086 1626645.LOTTO:There was no winner of this week’s lotto jackpot of €850. The €50 winner was Packo Fildara, with Christopher Mc Laughlin (F) receiving the €20 seller’s prize. Winning sequence was 7-4-6-3-5-1-2. Next week’s lotto jackpot stands at €900 and we thank the local community for their continued support of the weekly drawCONGRATULATIONS:Congratulations to Club PRO Martin Doherty and his wife Anne on the birth their son Cianán from all in the Club. We hope that if Cianán ever has to choose between the signing for Southampton or playing Malin Senior side, he will make the right choice and choose the Black N Amber.PRO:For the next number of weeks Christina Mc Laughlin will be taking over all PRO duties. She can be contacted on 086 1980399 or alternatively send an email to the new club email address pro.malin.donegal@gaa.ie at no later than 9 o clock on the Sunday evening. Please note the new club email addressGAA NEWS – MALIN CLUB NOTES was last modified: May 13th, 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:Malin GAA Club noteslast_img read more

CFPB Outlines Diversity Inclusion Strategies

first_img Share in Daily Dose, Government, Headlines, News CFPB Diversity Inclusion 2017-04-27 Seth Welborn April 27, 2017 676 Views center_img On Thursday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) released a report outlining the Bureau’s strategies and efforts to promote diversity and inclusion within the mortgage industry. The report is a readout of an industry roundtable meeting held by the CFPB’s office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OWMI) with the Mortgage Bankers Association.“The Consumer Bureau’s mission is to protect all consumers across the diverse American marketplace, just as financial institutions seek to serve them with helpful products and services,” said CFPB Director Richard Cordray.  “The insights in this report from our roundtable with mortgage lenders help to show the advantages of integrating diversity and inclusion programs in workplaces throughout the financial services industry.”Participants in the meeting included representatives from the mortgage industry, including from larger and smaller banks, as well as some nonbank financial companies. In addition, staff from the OWMI of other federal agencies, including the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Federal Reserve, and Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) were included.Items presented in the meeting included the business case for diversity and inclusion; the importance of leadership buy-in and accountability; recruiting, hiring, inclusion, retention, advancement, and engagement; broadening the customer base with new business products; and the importance of data. Roundtable participants noted that their businesses were being affected by the changing demographics of their customer base, and how a diverse and inclusive workforce would better prepare their businesses to tackle new and complex problems.“During the meeting I was pleasantly surprised by the frank and open discussion about the complexities involved in building diverse and inclusive organizations,” said CFPB OMWI Director Stuart Ishimaru. “The hard work of promoting diversity and inclusion is challenging, requiring continuous focus to engage employees, hold people accountable, and strike the right balance based on the size and resources of the organization. I was impressed by their commitment to creating diverse and inclusive workplaces and expanding services to a broader and more diverse pool of consumers.”During the 2017 Five Star Diversity Symposium on May 11, Ishimaru will speak to industry leaders and diversity on the CFPB’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.The CFPB’s report can be found here. CFPB Outlines Diversity, Inclusion Strategieslast_img read more