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St. Mary’s Pee Wee results week 9

first_imgGirlsThe Lakers defeated the Hoyas, 18-15. Kennedi Cotter scored 14 points, Alexis Kramrowski and Lucia Rama each 2 points for the Lakers. Kylie Skowronski scored 7 points, Grace Mulcahy 4 points, Katie Mulcahy and Kylie Galano each 2 points for the Hoyas. The Rams defeated the Blue Devils, 21-6. Charlize Olmo and Kayla Santopietro each scored 8 points, Payton Maguire 4 points and Samara Porch 1 point for the Rams. Julia Hester scored 4 points and Shelia O’Neill 2 points for the Blue Devils.Boys PlayoffsThe Pirates defeated the Hornets, 29-18. Anthony Novello had 12 points, TJ Santos 10 points, Brandon Drago 6 points and Sean Gasiorowski 1 point for the Pirates. Chance Fischer had all 18 points for the Hornets.The Hoyas defeated the Knicks, 17-16. Jack Kelly had 8 points, Braxton Mulcahy 6 points and Luke Wilkens 3 points for the Hoyas. Brooklyn Kalafut had 8 points, Brayden O’Connor 5 points and Dennis Sanchez 3 points for the Knicks.last_img read more

News story: Treaty on voting rights signed with Luxembourg

first_imgPrime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel and Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay have today [18 June] signed a reciprocal agreement to guarantee the rights of one another’s citizens to vote in local elections.This marks the third such agreement the UK has reached with an EU Member State following the treaties signed with Spain and Portugal.The treaty underlines the importance of the relationship between the UK and Luxembourg as well as reinforcing the significance we attribute to the rights of our citizens.Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay said:“I am very proud to be able to sign this treaty that secures in law the democratic rights of UK nationals here in Luxembourg, and Luxembourgish citizens in the UK, further demonstrating our commitment to protecting the rights of our citizens.“We’ve now signed three reciprocal voting rights treaties and I hope we can agree many more in the coming months with the remaining Member States.”last_img read more