Source: BBC France got their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign back on track with an easy win in Andorra to move top of Group H.Manager Didier Deschamps made seven changes to the team that lost in Turkey and was rewarded with a dominant display.Goals from Kylian Mbappe, Wissam Ben Yedder, Florian Thauvin set them on their way with Kurt Zouma rounding off the scoring.The world champions leapfrog Turkey, who lost 2-1 in Iceland.France now have nine points from their four games to top Group H on goal difference from Turkey and Iceland.Their next qualifier is on Saturday 7 September against Albania at home.Germany smashed eight past Estonia to keep the pressure on Northern Ireland in Euro 2020 qualifying.Marco Reus (left ) and Leroy Sane (right) both scored in Mainz (Image credit: Getty Images)Marco Reus gave them a 10th-minute lead in Mainz with Leroy Sane setting up Serge Gnabry for a second.Leon Goretzka headed in, Ilkay Gundogan scored a penalty and Reus curled in a free-kick to make it 5-0 at half-time.Gnabry and Timo Werner then scored before a late eighth from Gundogan’s Manchester City team-mate Sane, who also had two goals disallowed.Germany have won their opening three qualifiers, but remain three points behind Northern Ireland, who beat Belarus 1-0 to make it four wins from four.They meet on Monday, 9 September in Belfast. Group rivals the Netherlands were not in action as they were playing in the Nations League finals.
A local man ‘excluded’ from Malin after being charged with threatening to kill and possession of drugs, has been allowed back into the town temporarily to collect his dole.Boggs appears in court. Pic by Northwest Newspix.Finbarr Boggs, Barrack Street, Malin was also facing charges of cultivation of cannabis plants, sending an obscene or menacing message by phone, and dangerous driving when he appeared at Carn District Court. Inspector David Murphy told the court that Mr. Boggs, who has been remanded on bail on a total of six charges, was ‘excluded’ from Malin earlier this month for a ‘particular reason’. He said he did not consent to the accused being permitted access to the town.However defence solicitor Pat McMyler urged Judge Paul Kelly to allow Mr. Boggs to collect weekly social welfare payments in Malin every Tuesday afternoon.“He’ll get a lift to the Post Office and then leave immediately. He could go at 2pm and be away again by 2.30,” he said.Addressing the court directly, Mr. Boggs, who was wearing a hooded top, said he ‘only needs five minutes to collect my dole’.Judge Kelly directed that the defendant, who is also facing a charge of driving without insurance, be permitted to collect his payment on Tuesday and that he should then have his social welfare payments transferred elsewhere.Inspector Murphy revealed that the charges against Mr. Boggs ‘continue to be under investigation’.He said he was seeking a lengthy adjournment to allow for that investigation to progress further.Judge Kelly adjourned the case against Mr. Boggs until October 20 for additional instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.MAN BARRED FROM MALIN ALLOWED BACK TO COLLECT DOLE was last modified: July 23rd, 2015 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:CarndonaghdolInishowenMichal Boggspost office