#Womensday – Tyrone Life salutes our great Tyrone Ladies and People in Focus Profilees…
Today is International http://sevenhillsglass.com.au/?mikstyis=site-de-rencontre-belgique-test-achat&481=54 #womensday and with that in mind we have decided to bring you some of the quotes and images from our many excellent Tyrone Ladies who have featured in our People in Focus Series…
We have certainly seen more and more in recent times the enhanced profile of women in our world, with politics in particular seeing an immense rise in a pubic engaging with women at the highest level – but we have also seen the terrific impact which has been made in Sport, Business and Entertainment…
We salute and celebrate you all and thank you for your tremendous contribution to all our lives…
Just to note also that we are expanding this area of our “Online TYRONE World” and will be bringing some great new additions to our People sections with details to come very soon – so stay tuned!
Below you can find the links to some of the great profiles and stories we have featured here at Tyrone Life and we have picked out some great images and quotes we have seen from so many great ladies from around our County – and as we are looking to expand our sections in this domain we would ask that if you or anyone you know would make a great Profilee then please email us or PM us on Facebook so we can get in contact.
go to link International Womens Day…
So what is it?
welke binaire opties International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
For International Women’s Day 2017, the theme is to #BeBoldForChange.
Call on the masses or call on yourself to help forge a better working world – a more gender inclusive world.
Here at Tyrone Life we can certainly say we have seen some great women lead by example in their chosen field and we provide a taster of some here.
• follow url Captivating voice of Donna Taggart with ‘Jealous Of The Angels’ hits 65MILLION+ Views (now at 83million+)
“It has now incredibly seen over 65 MILLION views online so to say it has gone viral online would be understating the fact… Unquestionably the Irish Music story of the year for 2016…”
http://docimages.fi/?dereter=bin%C3%A4re-option-paysafecard&ab1=7e • Annette Kelly raising spirits with release of “Little Penny’s Book of Thoughts”
“The book itself has little pockets of positivity for each day of the year. One good thought in the morning can change your entire day. I am also a big believer that thoughts become things. Everyone has their own personal struggles and victories in life. My hope is that the reader finds a quote they need, when they need it most.”
http://halilbalim.com/?frimol=conocer-gente-en-miami-gratis&6e0=fa • Omagh Girl, Aoife McArdle, is director of excellent “Audi Super Bowl Ad” that everyone is talking about…
http://reha-baunatal.de/?biiodr=gta-5-online-tuning-treffen-ps3&1a5=c8 • Una Kelly, ‘inspiring’ others with Michaela Foundation
“Through learning Irish (or any language) I think you develop a greater mutual understanding and respect for other cultures and languages.”
• Clonoe’s Michelle O’Neill has been named the new leader of Sinn Féin in the North…
“As a wee girl from Clonoe in County Tyrone, it gives me immense pride to say I will lead our party in the future. To follow in the footsteps of Martin McGuinness, who is a political giant, is no mean feat but is a challenge that I am up for”.Click Here for Michelle’s story
• Killeeshil’s Genevieve Scullion set for “Rose” stardom in Tralee…
“I have travelled through Ireland and around the world. I have witnessed first hand how Irish culture brings people together. I love being Irish and being recognised as an Irish Girl. I have experienced different cultures and I am confident in sharing my own culture.”
• Michelle Darcy “inspiring” on an “empowering journey”…
“As one of the highest trained NLP Business & Life Coaches, Hypnotist, Practitioner of Time Line Therapy and Spiritual Practitioner, Reiki Master and many other tools as well as over 20 years business experience I teach people what I have learned and help them to remove what holds them back from happiness.”
• ‘Every Day is a School Day’ for Maura McMenamin, St. Macartan’s
“We’re a very hands-on Club in that the senior players are very actively involved in the running of the Club through the Committee, coaching, fundraising and so on. We’ve enjoyed many successes over the years, and have a very strong sense of allegiance to St Macartans’ members past and present.”
• Cíara McGready, Eglish on “the size of the fight in the dog”
Da always told me… “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog!”
• Omagh’s Sara Moore running high in the USA
“I love being an education major here at Oklahoma City University, I have always wanted to be a teacher and I just love working with little children. Right now my goals for my running is to stay healthy and injury free, and keep running fast times.”
• Rosie McGarvey on St Ciaran’s, Uni, Errigal, Tyrone, Macs, Oz and “Living Life in the Now”
“If not now, when?”
• Greencastle girl, Maureen Teague celebrating in Business, Sport & Life at Home and Down Under.
“Work until you never have to introduce yourself”Click Here for Maureen’s story
• Neamh Woods, Drumragh excelling at the top in Sport
“Winners never quit and quitters never win”
• Sarah Connolly on why your goals should scare you
“India was an amazing experience. I packed myself up and headed to India at the start of the year for a full month of intensive training. It was a scary thought, to be honest, but I loved every single second of it, and it absolutely flew.”
• St. Macartan’s Lynda Donnelly inspired by motto of “Never, ever ever give up”
“My last memory of mum was the night after of the Aodh Ruadh championship game in 2014. I came home telling her I scored a goal (which was an unusual occurrence) and she swung me around the living room delighted. Her advice going out the door to a match usually was “yous better bloody win that game now” together with a splash of holy water on any parts that might be a bit niggly.”
• County Tyrone novelist Emma Heatherington will this week release her new novel, The Legacy of Lucy Harte, a bittersweet story that critics are comparing to bestselling authors Jojo Moyes and Kelly Rimmer.
“It’s a dream come true for me to hear that foreign publishers believe in The Legacy of Lucy Harte and want to bring it to their own audiences”Click Here for story
• Trillick’s Sarah Donnelly on life at home & ‘Down Under’
“I’ve always been clumsy. My overriding memory of school is falling on the treadmill in the new fitness suite and proceeding to hang on for a few minutes while the belt ripped the knees and shins off me. My mum brought me to hospital only to faint when they took the bandages off. Someone told me they still scare new students with that story.”
• SHANNON QUINN, Errigal Ciaran and Tyrone Ladies GAA
“The WGPA was set up last year to act as a voice for all Ladies footballers and Camogie players. The perfect example of where the WGPA play a role happened this week where either Clare OR Dublin camogs were going to be put out of the All-Ireland competition by a coin toss. The WGPA stepped in and voiced the disbelief and anger of the 2 teams to the situation and one way or another they got a play off. Teams don’t train all year to lose by a coin toss.”
• Newtownstewart’s Patricia Maguire goes to Number 1 in iTunes Album Chart…
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.”
• St. Macartan’s Cathy Donnelly “Ta me ar mhuin na muice”
“There is talent in Tyrone! A lot of good work has been done in the clubs and schools with Ulster and All Ireland titles coming to both St Ciaran’s and Omagh in recent years. If the County team could get the full commitment of the best players there is no reason why Tyrone can’t challenge at the top level.”
• Ailise Gormley on the power of Club, Camogie, Ladies Football & “inspiring” others…
“There’s not one negative thing you could say about the GAA within the club, everything in the community is made better with the GAA.”
• Alannah McGarrity, Carrickmore, ready for dancing challenge!
“People from Carrickmore have a very strong sense of community and identity, and a great pride in being from Carrickmore. The GAA provides a way of expressing that so I suppose maybe that’s why it is so strong.”
• Galbally’s LAUREN McCRORY living the dream and reaching for the stars!
“I can remember looking at the rows of seats, the seating gallery and the stain Glass windows and thinking ‘I want to sing here properly one day’. So from this I decided that I needed to work hard and do everything that I could to have a successful career.”
• Tyrone Ladies GAA rising star, Emma Smyth, Dromore
“Getting to play alongside girls which I have watched and looked up to for years is a great experience and will hopefully help to develop me as a player.”
• No greater VALENTINE’s LOVE than that of a Mother and Child! Charlotte Caldwell on an epic journey to save her son, Billy
“Home Sweet Home”! We did it! Crying Happy Tears! Me and my wee Epilipsy Warrior have touched down at last on home soil in Dublin Airport, after what I can only describe as a rollercoaster, 6 month stay in L.A.”
• Killeeshil Girl, Michelle Kelly, prepares for Rose of Tralee
“It was such an amazing experience meeting 59 other girls from all over the world and all around Ireland. Quickly friendships were formed and we had so much fun in the five days. We were looked after so well and got to visit some lovely places and met so many nice people along the way.”
• Slaine McCarroll says “Be yourself and be it well”
“My cousin Claire was swinging across the river in the glen and the rope, which was attached to an unstable tree, broke and she fell straight into the river. We had to walk a mile home and her drenched. Funniest thing I have ever witnessed!”
• Claire Gallagher, Carrickmore
“Doing it the way in which we did by beating a series of fantastic teams along the way in some great battles certainly gave us a real sense of achievement. It was a collective effort and players, management and supporters alike were thrilled to reap the rewards of many transitional years climaxing with this win.”
• Tyrone Rose, Victoria Nic Con Midhe, Galbally
“The supportive relationships that were formed in schools have shaped my life & career. Having had such a positive experience in school I decided to embark on a career within schools which I thoroughly enjoy.”
• St. Macartan’s Marie Treanor hoping “to get past the line” at last with Club colleagues
“Skill might get you over the line, but attitude will get you past the line”
• Omagh and Tyrone Ladies Gaelic star, Christiane Hunter ready for next challenge
‘If you want to be like me you’ve got to work for it’
• Kelly Marie McRory, Errigal Ciaran on “Living everyday”
“I grew up with three brothers so the house was always full of boys and I’d spend most of my time hanging out with them. That usually meant being on the end of a few heavy tackles while playing football in the field.”
• Ottawa Rose, Claire Conway, holds special memories of County Tyrone…
“I am very grateful to have experienced life in Ireland as it allowed me to gain strong relationships with my family members and brought me closer to my Irish culture.”
• Orla O’Neill “living for today and hoping for tomorrow”
“It was so fantastic to win an Ulster title with my Club, to share such an achievement with my friends who I have been playing with over the past 10-12 years I will treasure forever!!”
• Julie Lagan, Eglish Camogie
“Within the senior team there is a mixture of characters… Jokers, serious heads, fashionistas, perfectionists, etc… and there is never a dull moment.”
• Newtownstewart’s Pauline McSorley launches “Mighty Me” book…
“It means an awful lot to me to bring it home persé. Having been heavily involved in the GAA at home, on playing and coaching terms, and likewise here in Achill, and with a background in sports development, I want to bring this book to life, through interactive workshops based around the book and the theory of physiology, exercise and play.”
• Omagh singer and songwriter, Helena Sherry
“So the three big things that stand out for me are the great people and the great education and the great times that we shared together.”
• Cliodhna Fullen, Carrickmore, on Family, Community, the Stage & TV…
“See it in your head, feel it in your heart and you’ll hold it in your hand”
• Maeve McElduff set to “breathe, trust” and go for All Ireland success again!
“you don’t always need a plan, sometimes you need to just breathe, trust, and see what happens.”
• Killeeshil’s Grainne Rafferty on never “failing to prepare”
“In ten years time I will definitely miss playing in a team with all of the different players from different clubs. However, I’m sure some of them will develop further and be a part of the Tyrone senior squad in the future.”
• Eilise McCrory has ‘worlds’ in her hands…
The best thing about handball has to be the social aspect of it. The amount of travelling you have to do is a bit annoying but the people you meet after the trip makes it all worth while.