For games in October and November, the Southland reveals a majority of its television selections 12 days prior to kickoff. This allows for the best matchups to be selected each week for various broadcast partners. Choices for Nov 11 were announced last Monday. Thursday, Nov. 16Nicholls at Southeastern Louisiana, 6 p.m. CT, Cox Sports TV/ESPN3Prairie View A&M at UIW, 6 p.m. CT, Eleven Sports/Southland Digital NetworkSaturday, Nov. 18Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State, 1 p.m. CT, ESPN3Stephen F. Austin at Northwestern State, 3 p.m. CT, NSUDemons.comAbilene Christian at Central Arkansas, 3 p.m. CT, ESPN3McNeese at Lamar, 7 p.m. CT, Eleven Sports/Southland Digital Network FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and its television partners have revealed game selections and broadcast times for football games to be played on the final week of the regular season, Nov. 16 and 18.The slate begins with two games on Thursday, Nov. 16. Nicholls visits Southeastern Louisiana in the River Bell Classic, with kickoff set shortly after 6 o’clock on Cox Sports Television throughout the Gulf South and beyond. The Colonels-Lions matchup will be available on ESPN3 outside CST’s territory.Also that Thursday, UIW hosts Prairie View A&M in a non-conference affair on Eleven Sports. The network is available nationally on DirecTV 623, AT&T U-verse 1665 and various cable systems. The game will be simulcast on the Southland Digital Network, available via Southland.org/live and Southland Conference apps.Action on Saturday, Nov. 18, includes the Southland-ESPN3 Game of the Week with Central Arkansas hosting Abilene Christian. If the Bears can beat UIW one week prior, they’ll enter this one looking to complete an undefeated conference season.ESPN3 will also feature Houston Baptist at Sam Houston State.Eleven Sports shifts its focus to the Battle of the Border that weekend, as McNeese meets rival Lamar in Beaumont, Texas. Kickoff will be shifted to just past 7 o’clock to accommodate the national TV broadcast. Like all other Southland games on Eleven, this one will stream via the Southland Digital Network.The Battle for Chief Caddo between Stephen F. Austin and Northwestern State will be streamed on NSU’s website. Live video will be available on a subscription basis for a nominal fee.
Church Lane in Letterkenny in all its rugged glory.A Letterkenny street promises to be one of the most festive in the entire North-West this Christmas.Letterkenny’s Cathedral Quarter is inviting all schools in Letterkenny and further afield to help create a Christmas Garden on the Church Lane.The theme of the initiative is ‘A White Winter Christmas Garden’ and students are invited to participate in a number of ways. Schools can create a Christmas window box, which will be placed in a dedicated space on the Church Lane throughout the festive period. Alternatively, students can create outdoor decorations inspired by the ‘White Winter Christmas Garden’ theme. Entries will be unveiled on Friday, 19th December and the garden display will remain in The Cathedral Quarter during the festive period. Schools wishing to submit entries can make contact via the Cathedral Quarter Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/SaveTheChurchLane.The closing date for entries is Tuesday 16th December, 2014 and there will be prizes for the winning entry. There will also be an ecumenical carol service on The Church Lane on Friday, 19th December at 7.30pmThe Cathedral Quarter originally began as the Save the Church Lane campaign. Since its formation earlier this year, the project has gathered significant momentum in its efforts to regenerate the historical Church Lane.The long term goal is to create a hidden treasure in the heart of Letterkenny for locals and tourists to enjoy. Letterkenny man Donnan Harvey is spearheading the Cathedral Quarter project and he said they are delighted that this year marks the first time in living memory that Christmas lights have been erected at the foot of The Church Lane.“We’re also looking forward to our ecumenical carol service and to seeing the Christmas Garden come to life. We believe there is huge potential in Letterkenny to create a tourist hub in the town, similar to Shop Street in Galway. For us, this is just the beginning, and we’ve seen elsewhere how small steps like these can make a big difference.“Ultimately, we want to see the buildings on the street restored to their former glory and explore the possibility of cobblestoning the street and pedestrianizing the Lane at certain periods. This would greatly enhance our tourism offering, create jobs and open up all sorts of opportunities for local businesses”. IT’LL BE ‘ALL WHITE’ IN LETTERKENNY’S CATHEDRAL QUARTER THIS CHRISTMAS! was last modified: December 4th, 2014 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)