PANAMA CITY, (CMC):Jamaica’s Montego Bay United conceded two first-half goals as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat to Arabe Unido in their opening Group H game of the CONCACAF Champions League at the Estadio Maracana here Wednesday night.JosÈ Gonzalez and Renan Addles both netted to give the hosts a 2-0 lead at the break, before Enrico Small added a third late in the second half, to wrap up the points.The defeat left Montego Bay with a tall order to qualify, as they face powerful Major League Soccer’s DC United in their next game later this month.Hoping for a bright start, the Jamaican outfit were behind after just 12 minutes when Yoel Barcenas set up Gonzalez, who fired past goalkeeper Jacomeno Barrett from inside the area.It was Barrett who was at fault for the second goal, seeming to misjudge Addles’s free kick from nearly 30 yards out, and watching helplessly as the ball bounced past him.Montego Bay kept the scoreline intact until eleven minutes from the end when Small finally broke through to complete a convincing victory.The 26-year-old eluded his marker and climbed on to a free kick to power past Barrett from point-blank range.
donegaldaily.comExclusive: Letterkenny’s new Emergency Department could be closed until March next year, Donegal Daily has learned.The full impact of the flood damage was being assessed by experts today.We understand that initial estimates are that repair work will take up to nine months. It means all emergencies will be diverted to Altnagelvin, Enniskillen and Sligo until March next year.Today as new rain fell over Letterkenny, water was still being pumped from the car park leading to the €20M wrecked facility.An elderly man who took ill in Falcarragh had to be airlifted to Derry for treatment.Extra ambulance crews are on standby to remove other patients from Donegal for treatment in the North. Medical equipment covered in water, sludge and sewage is being transferred to manufacturers in Germany to see if they can be salvaged.Amongst that equipment is a €1.5M scanner which may have to be scrapped.Staff are also now worried about the impact of the flooding on their positions over the next few months.“It will be at least March or April next year before the hospital is back to what it was,” admitted one hospital insider today.“People still don’t realise the damage that was done. It is horrendous.” He also confirmed that parts of the building will have to be demolished and re-built after Friday’s floods.A large media presence today at the hospital had expected a press conference, but this hasn’t happened.REVEALED: EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT COULD BE CLOSED FOR NINE MONTHS was last modified: July 29th, 2013 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) read more