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Jan
20

In Your Neighbourhood

first_img Portsmouth and Ascot Primary are the current leaders with maximum 12 points in the INSPORTS Portmore Primary Netball League following four round of matches. The leaders are followed by Naggo Head, 6, Waterford, 6, and Kensington, 6. In games last Wednesday. Portsmouth swamped Greater Portmore 18-2, Ascot blanked Bridgeport 18-0; Naggo Head defeated Kensington 13-2 and Belmont surprised Gregory Park 8-4. Oracabessa Primary Victorious Two second-half goals from Challi Harris propelled Oracabessa Primary to a 2-0 victory over Mount Angus Primary in the Oracabessa Foundation primary league at the James Bond Beach Complex in Oracabessa, St Mary on Thursday. It was Mount Angus’ third straight defeat in the competition. One match was also played on Wednesday. Jacks River Primary clipped Galina Primary 3-2. Leon Heath, Dwayne Brown and Craige Collins were the scorers for Jacks River while Navar Logan and Geovaughn Walsh were on target for Galina Primary. Action will continue next Tuesday at the same venue. Portmore Domino league Unity Primary unstoppable Mt St Joseph, Belair lead Howie Chin leagues Semi-final two of the 2016 Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce six-a-side football competition will be a repeat of the 2015 final, as defending champions Eurotrend will oppose beaten finalists Miles today at the Foska Oats Oval, 451 Spanish Town Road starting at 4 p.m. This will be followed by semi-final one between Ashoka and Henley at 3 p.m. on Sunday. Miles will be led by three Waterhouse Premier League players Kemar Thomas, Kemar Rodney and AndrÈ Hickling. Eurotrend, on the other hand, will have Kemar Bygrave and Fernando Hunt, the leading goalscorer and most valuable player, respectively, in 2015. The final and third place play-off will be played on Saturday, November 19, at the same venue. Two more teams secured passages this week to the next round of the 2016-17 season of the MFA-Brumalia House Knockout Competition. They are Hillstars and Alligator Pond. Alligator Pond hosted Star Zone Academy at their home field and were able to eke out a 3-2 extra-time victory. Dane Seaton was the hero, scoring his second goal and his team’s third in the 91st minute. Earlier, he scored in the 69th minute to earn a 2-2 equaliser. Teammate Kenji Thomas scored to give Alligator Pond a 1-0 lead only to see Star Zone Academy equalise and take the lead through goals by Imani Osbourne in the 10th and Ricardo Johnson in the 23rd. Hillstars FC qualified after spanking newcomers Trinity United 8-1. Kale Wilson notched a brace in the 24th and 59th minutes. He was joined on the score sheet by Thorn Simpson (10th), Jarvis Mattis (27th), Travoy McDonald (64th), Nicholas Kelsey (75th), Tahja Reynolds (84th) and Ceejay Lampark in the 89th. Porus, Downs, Los Perfectos and defending champions Ricam have already advanced. Bridgeport advance in primary football Three teams are locked on 13 points as the 2016 edition of the Manchester FA-Howie Chin Prep School League nears its semi-final round. They are Mt St Joseph’s, El Instituto, and Knox. However, Mt St Joseph have the clear advantage having played one game less. The highlight of the week was Charagape Prep’s 6-0 demolition of Hillcrest with Alex Forbes slamming in five goals. In other matches, Mt St Joseph had a 1-0 win over Sacred Heart and similarly El Instituto over Knox, however, got some redemption later by shutting out Emmanuel 3-0. Belair continue to lead the charge in the girls’ division despite being idle in the last round of matches. They have nine points from three games. Mt St Joseph are on seven points but have played two more games. In the last round, Dania Lee Wint’s two goals gave Mt St Joseph a 2-1 win over Emmanuel Preparatory School but they then lost 1-0 to Knox for whom Jianna Tomlinson scored. Manchester High for Digicel Cup Sporting Clays Manchester High will be the only rural-based school competing when the fourth Digicel Cup Inter Schools Sporting Clays Tournament shoots off tomorrow at the Jamaica Skeet Club in Portmore with the highest number of competitors to date (78). The other participants will be Jamaica College, Campion College, Wolmer’s, Hillel Academy, AISK, and Sts Peter & Paul Prep School. The tournament features 50 targets for all shooters. The top six shooters will compete in the Super Six for the highest overall total and the championship trophy. The Super Six will involve 18 targets. Seventy-eight students are expected to participate. The tournament starts at 9 a.m. Boys usually make up the largest contingent, however, this year will see an increase in females up from last year’s seven. The sponsors are Digicel, Wata, Reggae Jammins, Best Dressed Chicken, True Juice, Hawkeye, St Mary’s Banana, Bigga, Tin Grinners Club Jamaica and Arts & Photo Impressions.center_img Ken’s cut lead with win Ken’s Wildflower moved within a point of leaders and defending champions Passagefort United with a 250-242 win over Garveymeade in the latest round of the MP Colin Fagan South East St Catherine Inter-Constituency Domino Tournament. Ken’s Wildflower are now in second place on 26 points, a point adrift of Passagefort UTD (27 points). In other games, fifth-place Waterford (18 points) defeated last-place Westmeade Rising Sun 250-243 and third-place Cumberland (26 points) got past Rising Sun 250-226. Tomorrow’s matches (Home teams named first): Garveymeade vs Cumberland, Westmeade vs Passagefort United and Waterford vs Ken’s Wildflower. Hillstars, Alligator Pond advance in Manchester KO Fraser-Pryce six-a-side football semis this weekend Portsmouth, Ascot on top Domino clubs have until Tuesday, November 15, to register for the 2016-2017 Portmore Domino League. Registration is $6,500 per club, and $350 per player. The competition will be launched on December 18, at the Garveymeade Sport Club and games officially start on January 15, 2017. Bridgeport advanced to the semi-finals of the INSPORTS Portmore Primary Football League after they defeated Belmont Park 2-1 in Zone One action last Thursday. Bridgeport ended the preliminary round with 10 points. In other games, Independence Primary moved to six points from four games as they beat Ascot Primary 2-1 as Jaheem Johnson scored two goals. Defending champions Waterford Primary are near qualification with eight points as they outscored Port Henderson 3-2. In Zone Two, the qualifiers are Portsmouth (nine points), and Naggo Head (six points). Portsmouth the pre-tournament favourites get a test from Greater Portmore but won 3-2 with Tyrique Beckford scoring a double and Theon Copie added the other goal. Bridgeport Police win big Bridgeport Police pulverised Cable Pro 5-1 in a lopsided encounter in the latest round of the INSPORTS-Charles Chocolates Portmore Business House 5-a-side football competition at the Sunshine playing field in Naggo Head, Portmore, St Catherine, last Wednesday. Kimani Brisett scored a double for the lawmen, while there was a goal each for Russane Spence, Kwami Richards, and Ado Niko. Kemar Grant scored Cable Pro’s lone goal. In another game, C&S defeated PETCOM 3-1. Romario Smikle scored twice, and Dane Coyle added another goal for C&S. Orlando Dwyer scored for PETCOM. The 2011 national champions, Unity Primary, topped the first round in the west zone of the Deran Lee/JaVA/ Philip Greenland Developmental Volleyball Championship 2016 for primary level schools in Westmoreland on Wednesday, November 9. Matches took place at Loving Care Christian Academy, Farm Pen Road, Savanna-la-Mar. Unity stopped Little London Primary 38-19, Williamsfield All Age 40-19 and had a narrow 36-32 win over hosts Loving Care who ended in second spot after beating Little London 34-26 and Williamsfield 38-27. Little London swamped Williamsfield 50-12 in the other match. Williamsfield will host Round Two on Tuesday, November 15, starting 9 a.m.last_img read more

Jan
18

Nimba Health Officer Wants Politics Avoided in Ebola Fight

first_imgThe Health Officer of Nimba County, Dr. Collins Bowah, has called on politicians lay politics aside for now as the fight against Ebola is ongoing.Dr. Bowah, who did not call any name, said if the politician used to the Ebola awareness to gain popularity the fight against Ebola would not yield the needed fruit, nor would the citizens take it seriously.Speaking at the turning over ceremony of the Ebola Center in Ganta on last Monday, Dr. Bowah cautioned that people will not take the issue very seriously if they see pictures of politicians attached to Ebola Awareness poster or banner.“The people will feel that the Ebola is intended to gain political popularity and not a serious matter afflicting the country and its people, as the Liberian government and the press has been stressing,” he said.The local authorities, including health officials, have been receiving some tough times in mobilizing the citizens in the fight against Ebola in many quarters of Nimba.Even though it was not clear which of the politicians Dr. Bowah was referring to in his remarks, there have been some murmurings among health workers that politics was dominating the fight against Ebola.In Gbehlay Geh recently, some families refused to allow health workers to take specimen of their relative who was suspected of having Ebola until after the local authority intervened.Dr. Bowah described as surely an act of selfishness politicians   using their pictures on the banners carrying Ebola awareness messages.  This was intended for nothing more that to make them popular to the people. He foresees danger in this, he said, because as he put it, “people will take the whole thing as a nothing more than a political campaign and they  will not take the anti-Ebola campaign seriously.”  Meanwhile, there has been some wrangling among the county officials over how the US$ 100,000 allotted to fight Ebola in Nimba has been  handled.The Nimba Legislative Caucus accused the County Superintendent and his close  associates of mismanaging the money on things that it was not intended for.According to Senator Thomas S. Grupee, the allotment was intended to procure protective gears for health workers and enough for all health centers across Nimba so as to keep the health facilities opened.But instead, he said, the county officials gave 30% of the money to the health team while the balance was spent to purchase motorcycles for statutory superintendents; while some of the funds were   divided among chiefs and local radio stations to carry on awareness.Currently there are no adequate ambulances in Nimba to transport sick persons quickly to the treatment center in Monrovia.Vehicles to remove corpses for burial are also lacking, thereby leaving many dead bodies in homes and in the streets for days.The issue of rapid response when someone is sick has been the key issue discussed around Ganta with most citizens condemning the government for not purchasing enough ambulances to take sick persons quickly to hospital, but leaving them in communities, thereby causing others to contract the disease.“You can see the officials riding cars with the inscription “Ebola Response Task Force”, yet many are dying because there is no vehicle to carry them quickly to be treated,” a bystander observed.In the fight against Ebola, Nimba County has received several cars, including two new cabin cars, but these cars are used for what the local officials claimed as “administrative purposes.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Jan
11

Paz dispenses three goals in 4-1 win

first_imgWHITTIER – For Michael Paz, it turned out to be just another day at the office. California High School’s senior forward scored a quick two goals, finished the game with a hat trick and the Condors pretty much cruised to a 4-1 victory over visiting Anaheim in their CIF-Southern Section Division III wild-card playoff game Wednesday. “We beat them to the ball, which showed me we were hungry,” Rolfe said. “We’ve been hot and cold all year in that category, but today we showed we can play this game.” Paz’s description of his goals made them sound like there was little challenge. “I got a great pass from (number) 21 (Taylor Martin) and the ball took a good bounce for me,” Paz said about his first goal in the ninth minute. “On the second, (Eric) Stern made a good cross, (number) five (Christian Soto) headed it across the goal and from there it was just an open net.” The third goal was textbook. “(Number)12 gave me a perfect ball,” Paz said of Jaime Colin’s high pass from just outside midfield that started the breakaway. Paz picked it up about 25 yards out, slowed a bit then made one move and beat goalkeeper Sergio Aguirre, who had come out to meet him just outside the goalkeeper’s box. “I was able to visualize the goal, see where to put it,” Paz said. The hat trick gave Paz 20 goals this season. Anaheim spoiled Harich’s bid for a shutout when Jorge Flores scored off Daniel Laurent’s assist in the 73rd minute. “We haven’t given up three goals all year; this is uncharted waters for us,” Colonists coach Joe Chavez said. “The sign of a good team is to get opportunities and pounce on them. They did that.” Chavez also lauded Paz’s play. “We’ve seen kids with those kinds of skills and speed,” Chavez said. “He was the difference. We gave him two opportunities early and he took advantage of them. He definitely knows how to finish.” Rolfe also cited Paz’s effort. “In our league, everybody knows about him,” Rolfe said. “They double- and triple-team him trying to shut him down. (Anaheim) didn’t know him.” roger.murray@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3046 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img California led 3-0 by halftime and received a solid defensive game, specifically from senior goalkeeper Johann Harich, who finished with seven saves, five of them in the second half. “I was very surprised that we got up (3-0) so quickly,” California coach Dave Rolfe said after the Condors improved to 12-8-1 and advanced to the first round, in which they will meet Diamond Ranch on Saturday. last_img read more

Jan
11

Taking a byte out of waste

first_imgVALENCIA – Just like cars buyers, computer consumers are finding that by the time they walk out of the store, their new PC is outdated. This rapid turnover in electronics has lead to a new type of pollution, coined “e-waste.” Hazardous materials, like lead, leak out of computers when they are trashed for bigger and better technology. Two savvy computer professors at College of the Canyons, moved by their belief that technology should be accessible to all, have decided to help eliminate the waste while helping those who normally might not have access to computers. “It seemed like such a waste to throw out so many computers,” said Lee Hilliard, computer networking professor at College of the Canyons. He has been bombarded by requests for computers from several local agencies, including the Santa Clarita sister cities program, the Los Angeles County Service Center in Newhall and the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center. Those who receive the older computers must pay for the upgrades. Mending Kids International – which helps children from around the world get critical medical care – got the chance last fall to send 100 newly programmed computers to Ecuador, the Philippines, Guatemala and Ethiopia last fall. “We were able to give each child a computer to take home and also sent some computers to our international contacts who help bring these kids to us,” said Cris Embleton, executive director of Mending Kids, adding that the donation has multipronged benefits. “We can remain in contact with the child and open up all kinds of opportunities for them,” Embleton said. “A lot of our kids will not be able do heavy labor later on in life. This is a tool that can help them obtain a job more suited to their medical conditions and also encourages the child to continue their education.” Cynthia Cassis, a computer networking major at College of the Canyons, said she immediately jumped on to help with the computer project. As a single mother of three teenage daughters, who until recently didn’t own a computer, she knows what it’s like to suffer through the technological divide. “My kids had to go to the library and I would have to go to the computer lab on campus,” Cassis said. “When large corporations want the faster, newer model computers they just take these computers, crush them and throw them away… it’s absolutely criminal because those computers can be put to use and donated to low-income homes.” Cassis said the best part of the experience was when she got the chance to hand-deliver some of the computers she had fixed. “I didn’t tell them that I broke a couple of fingernails while working on their computers, but these people were so appreciative, so humble, that I was touched,” she said. Hilliard is now talking about sending 200 computers to the Philippines and maybe more to Ecuador during a medical mission. The goal, he said, should be for every kid to own a computer someday. “There is a digital divide going on,” Hilliard said. “Kids who grow up without access to computers will be at an extreme disadvantage. Computer skills are required at just about every job out there.” Hilliard’s next step will be to move the project beyond the college boundaries. He hopes to get residents and businesses involved in the process. Every donated computer means one more person will get a chance to stay connected. “In a perfect world everyone would have access to the newest technology,” Hilliard said. “This is one of those situations where everyone wins.” connie.llanos@dailynews.com (661) 257-5254160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “This is not what you would call a poor community but I knew somewhere there would be people who could put the computers to good use.” Three years ago when the college was preparing to get rid of about 500 computers to make room for upgraded models, Hilliard and colleague Samuel Bolanos suggested a way to recycle the old machines. The plan was to take the unwanted computers, reprogram them and give them to local nonprofits and needy families and seniors. The road hasn’t been easy. Programming software has to be purchased and even at reduced costs the programs are hard to buy. But Hilliard said he’s pleased with the response so far. “At this point the demand has outstripped our supply,” Hilliard said. last_img read more

Dec
30

BUSINESS PROFILE: EAMONN STEVENSON, OF EAMONN STEVENSON FINANCIAL SERVICES LETTERKENNY

first_imgBUSINESS PROFILE: EAMONN STEVENSON OF EAMONN STEVENSON FINANCIAL SERVICES, MOUNTAIN TOP LETTERKENNYDonegaldaily.com: What is your career and what do you do?Eamonn: I’m a Qualified Financial Adviser – my job is to give my clients the best possible advise on all aspects of their financial lifecycle – banking, savings, income protection, mortgage, life & serious illness cover, pensions, investments, retirement planning, business planning and any other monetary issues they may have. Donegaldaily.com: Tell us about your first job and how much were you paid?Eamonn: Summer job was in Model Bakery at Oldtown – I was a wrapper ( before it became cool) 17.00 punts per week – First full job was in AIB bank 1980 – I earned 3660.00 punts per annum before tax which was 56% then.Donegaldaily.com: What was your first success in business?Eamonn: Getting appointed Shift team leader after 3 yrs in the bank – working shifts came with an extra third on my salary and with two weeks where I couldn’t spent money due to evenings and night work, I remember buying shirts every second day instead of washing them – how things have changed !!!!! Donegaldaily.com: Name the one local or international business person you look up to?Eamonn: Warren Buffet – An American investor – third richest man in the world who has pledged to give 99% of his income to charity – he already has given 20 billion to charity and when he and his wife die, 99% of the rest will also go to charity. – His ethos in business is “hard work” – and on share/market investments it is “get out when everybody is getting in and get in when everyone is getting out.”Donegaldaily.com: What has been your biggest mistake in business?Eamonn: While working in the bank – thinking – that there was a future career plan laid out for me and that all I had to do, was my job to the best of my ability – I learned that if you don’t push yourself or don’t ask for things, no one else will. This is probably the same in all large institutions so remember “the baby that cry’s loudest gets fed first.”Donegaldaily.com: What is the most valuable piece of advice you have ever been given? Eamonn: All the so-called Secrets of Success will not work unless you do – If you say you will do something, do it, and laugh every day.Donegaldaily.com: What advice would you give to someone starting out in business today?Eamonn: Sit down with a blank piece of paper and a pen – and write down, what you want to do – how you are going to do it, what are the costs (all the costs) how are you going to meet these costs – who or what is your market – who are your competition what are they doing right, what they could do to be better, basically do a business plan in writing . Then do up a cash flow plan – many very profitable businesses fail due to lack of cash flow. If doing up a business plan or cash flow is something you feel you cant do – go to somebody like me – but this is very important for start-ups.Then work hard and stay positive.Donegaldaily.com: What one item would you take with you to a desert island and why? Eamonn: Bear Grylls – he was able to survive the west of Donegal and Glenveagh,  what a man !!!!Donegaldaily.com: What item can you not do without?Eamonn: My Phone – sorry, I know I grew up without mobile phones but that’s only because they were not invented – the amount of times in the past I waited for people who couldn’t make it and were unable to let me know.Donegaldaily.com: What item would you prefer to do without?Eamonn: Simon Cowell – he has invented a show where he doesn’t have to pay the performers – we pay him money by voting for these people then he gets a contract with the best of them, so he can make more money  – no wonder he can look smug.Donegaldaily.com: What do you do in your spare time (if you have any)?Eamonn: Don’t have much between Lions Club and Letterkenny Chamber – but love spending time with my wife and kids. Walking in Glenveagh with my family on Sunday mornings is my favourite time of my week.Donegaldaily.com: When will you retire?Eamonn: Never – didn’t the Government do away with retirement ???Donegaldaily.com: What’s your tip to surviving the recession?Eamonn: Don’t spend money you don’t have – seek out value for money – review all your financial outgoings, are they necessary, could they be cheaper – things have gotten cheaper over past number of years  eg. Life cover etc.   Work together – we are all in this together but by shopping local and supporting local businesses – money circulates within this area and helps everybody.Donegaldaily.com: What one thing would you do if you were Finance Minister to help business?Eamonn: One Thing – there’s so many things we need to do – We are a spending economy so taxing people only reduces spending power – finish all the capital expenditure jobs that have now been put on hold – Nama was to put 5 billion into the economy this year 2010 where is it ? Japan tried to tax its way out of recession and it took 15 years – USA and Britain have pumped billions into their economies and are over the worst. In Ireland the light at the end of the tunnel has just gone out. But be positive, what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.INTERVIEW WITH GREG HARKINBUSINESS PROFILE: EAMONN STEVENSON, OF EAMONN STEVENSON FINANCIAL SERVICES LETTERKENNY was last modified: December 27th, 2010 by gregShare 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)last_img read more

Dec
28

ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’

first_imgBrave: Dani spoke out after sentenceA WOMAN whose ex-boyfriend beat her for 90 minutes and was given a Community Service Order as punishment has revealed how she challenged the judge after the case.Danielle Kerrigan (pictured right) told Donegal Daily how she waited until after the court hearing to challenge Circuit Court judge John O’Hagan. Eamonn Harkin, 24, from St Eunan’s Terrace in Raphoe beat Danielle Kerrigan black and blue for 90 minutes and only stopped to get a drink of water.Harkin, 24, escaped jail last November after being convicted of the assault in February, 2010 for which he served 240 hours community service. He spent two weeks in jail awaiting sentence.Harkin has been back in court again facing charges that he assaulted William O’Donnell, Mr Kerrigan’s new boyfriend.Letterkenny District Court heard Harkin was ‘traumatised’ because of Donegal Daily’s reporting of the case last November.Judge Paul Kelly fined Harkin €250 for assaulting Mr O’Donnell and €200 for failing to give his name and address to Gardai. He was also bound to the peace for two years.Today Danielle revealed she had spoken to Judge O’Hagan after the November case.“I did ask Judge O’Hagan after my court case in November about the sentence. He told me that he felt 240 hours community service was enough for the crime as well as Mr Harkin doing two weeks in jail,” said Danielle.“We went to the District Court this time and we knew ourselves he wasn’t going to go to jail but we are glad that we got him convicted! He got more of a punishment for punching my boyfriend than for the attack on me.”The Raphoe woman paid tribute to the community in the town for their support.Harkin: Convicted of assault again“Their support has been one of the things that has gotten us through these past three years,” she said.“However I had to say that my experience of the courts has not been good in my opinion. Women find it hard to speak out – but you have to stand up to bullies,” she added.ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’ was last modified: June 22nd, 2017 by BrendaShare 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:ASSAULT VICTIM: ‘I CHALLENGED JUDGE OVER COMMUNITY SERVICE SENTENCE’last_img read more

Dec
25

ATHLETICS: RESULTS FROM THE DONEGAL 5K

first_imgThe annual Donegal 5k road championship which which is pretty much the conclusion of the Donegal grand prix series which in 2012 once again brought thousands onto the roads and streets of the county was held in Convoy this year to acknowledge the memory of local athlete Shane Bonner.A trophy in his memory for the winner was won by Conor Bradley from Derry and something like 550 turned up at the GAA grounds to register whether it was run jog or walk.The female winner was Finn Valley’s Teresa McGloin while leading juniors were Ruairi Finnegan Lac and Sara Moore Omagh . It was yet another very positive community event with Carndonagh native Karol Doherty the wheelchair winner. Team victories were shared by Valley and Lac .Next fixture is the primary schools Sept 26 with the secondary schools on Sept 27 both at Finn ValleyDonegal 5k 2012UPDATED RESULTS Donegal 5k 2012 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 837 14.55 Conor Bradley SM City Of Derry2 659 15.11 Chris Johnston SM Letterkenny A C3 663 15.21 Ruarí Finnegan SM Letterkenny A C 4 660 15.34 Ciaran Doherty SM Letterkenny A C5 662 15.39 Dan King SM Letterkenny A C6 568 15.49 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C7 217 15.54 Brian Kelly SM St Abbans 8 650 16.00 Pauric Mc Kinney M40 Individual9 598 16.03 James Speight SM Finn Valley A C10 753 16.07 James Brown M40 City Of Derry11 872 16.13 Gary Crossan M40 Letterkenny A C12 507 16.14 Patrick Foy M40 Castlefinn Running13 836 16.23 Patrick Hamilton SM City Of Derry14 685 16.30 Mark Mc Guinness JM Tír Chonaill A C15 840 16.39 Pius McIntyre SM Foyle Valley16 653 16.42 Kevin Ferry SM Letterkenny A C17 575 16.46 Kieran Carlin M40 Finn Valley A C18 696 16.47 Karl Griffin JM Tír Chonaill A C19 775 16.47 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A C20 687 16.49 Ciaran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C21 701 16.51 Paul Mc Glinchey SM Letterkenny A C22 931 16.51 Dominic Bonner M50 Finn Valley A C23 900 16.54 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.24 627 16.55 Teresa Mc Gloin SW Finn Valley A C25 888 17.07 Colm McNulty M40 Finn Valley A C26 581 17.12 Martin Irwin M40 Finn Valley A C27 589 17.15 Ben Austin SM Finn Valley A C28 216 17.25 Dermot Brennan SM Finn Valley A C29 801 17.28 Martin Mooney SM Individual30 576 17.30 Ryan Porter JM Finn Valley A C16 September Page 1 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 694 17.33 Dwaine Robb SM Inishowen A C32 876 17.35 Joe English M50 Letterkenny A C33 551 17.37 Becky Wade SW Finn Valley A C34 688 17.41 Declan Mc Carthy M50 City Of Derry35 839 17.44 Pat Hegarty M50 Finn Valley A C36 865 17.51 Tom Thompson M40 Finn Valley A C37 695 17.54 Marcus Mc Clintock M40 Letterkenny A C38 655 17.55 Aidan Mc Kenna SM Letterkenny A C39 761 17.56 Annmarie Mc Glynn SW Lifford A C40 899 18.02 Fionuala Diver SW Letterkenny A C41 760 18.03 Brian Ferry SM Individual42 869 18.08 PJ Boyce M40 Cranford A C43 862 18.12 Glen Hunter SM Letterkenny A C44 664 18.17 Martin Gormley M40 Letterkenny A C45 678 18.22 Zack Mc Gowan JM City Of Derry46 689 18.23 Richard Mc Carthy M50 Tír Chonaill A C47 867 18.26 John Daly M40 Letterkenny A C48 774 18.32 Liam Murray SM Finn Valley A C49 834 18.33 Gareth McLaughlin SM Inishowen A C50 541 18.33 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A C51 841 18.37 Ryan Gallagher SM Individual52 221 18.38 Brian McNamee JM Finn Valley A C53 671 18.43 Michael Devenney SM United Health Care54 306 18.43 Pauric Breslin SM Individual55 951 18.44 Sean Dudgeon SM Lifford A C56 583 18.44 Michael Snr Penrose M40 Finn Valley A C57 593 18.50 Raymond Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C58 759 18.54 Gareth Kerrigan SM Individual59 557 18.56 Catriona Mc Granaghan SW Finn Valley A C60 699 19.00 Claire Mc Guigan SW Lifford A C61 780 19.03 Raymond Birch SM Individual62 861 19.04 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C16 September Page 2 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 580 19.05 Brendan Irwin SM Finn Valley A C64 870 19.08 Gavin O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C65 250 19.12 Noeleen Porter W45 Finn Valley A C66 779 19.14 Darragh Mc Crossan SM Lifford A C67 667 19.18 Gary Gallagher SM Lifford A C68 911 19.19 Lee Boid JM Individual69 654 19.20 Adrian Callaghan SM Letterkenny A C70 651 19.21 Kevin Toner M60 Letterkenny A C71 929 19.26 Stephen Gibson SM Letterkenny A C72 863 19.31 Charlie O’Donnell SM Letterkenny A C73 307 19.31 Shaun Woods JM Finn Valley A C74 889 19.33 David Shovlin SM Convoy75 577 19.33 Mark Bonner JM Finn Valley A C76 850 19.34 Sara Moore JW Omagh Harriers77 842 19.34 David Gordan JM Individual78 864 19.37 Ronan Whomiskey M40 Inishowen A C79 826 19.39 John Cannon M50 Tír Chonaill A C80 542 19.40 Padraig Patton JM Finn Valley A C81 946 19.42 Trevor Doherty SM Individual82 574 19.43 Conor Mc Gonagle SM Finn Valley A C83 804 19.44 John A McMullen SM Individual84 367 19.47 Mick Harkin M40 Individual85 711 19.50 Joseph Mc Gill Walker Individual86 893 19.51 Darren McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C87 916 19.55 Simon Ward SM Finn Valley A C88 809 19.55 Gerard Monaghan Walker Individual89 786 19.55 Shauna Patton JW Individual90 787 19.55 Ian Ward SM Finn Valley A C91 866 19.56 Shane Thompson JM Finn Valley A C92 830 19.57 Gavin Toner SM Individual93 571 20.00 Andy Scanlon M40 Finn Valley A C94 848 20.05 Sean Toner SM Individual16 September Page 3 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 979 20.05 Philip Callaghan M40 Individual96 543 20.05 Jack Mc Bride JM Finn Valley A C97 311 20.11 Peter Boyce JM Individual98 978 20.11 Sean McDaid SM Inishowen A C99 636 20.13 Charmian O’ Brien SW Finn Valley A C100 590 20.14 Pat Mc Crudden M60 Finn Valley A C101 843 20.17 Richard Gordan JM Individual102 912 20.17 Conor Boid JM Individual103 998 20.18 Phelim Lynch SM Individual104 895 20.22 Shannon McGlinchey JW Finn Valley A C105 895 20.22 Phil Boyle M40 Letterkenny A C106 539 20.23 Kay Byrne W45 Finn Valley A C107 770 20.26 Darren Mc Glynn Walker Individual108 305 20.27 Seamus Morrison M40 Letterkenny A C109 868 20.28 Richard Raymond M50 Letterkenny A C110 724 20.28 Niall Bonner JM Finn Valley A C111 582 20.29 Michael Penrose SM Finn Valley A C112 835 20.30 Amy McDaid JW City Of Derry113 304 20.31 Paul Gildea SM Individual114 631 20.34 Miriam Bonner W40 Finn Valley A C115 873 20.34 Brian Doherty SM Individual116 754 20.34 Packie Mailey SM Individual117 917 20.35 Paul McGettigan SM Individual118 693 20.36 Michael Donaghey M40 Inishowen A C119 540 20.36 Sarah Byrne SW Finn Valley A C120 544 20.37 Shane Mc Bride JM Finn Valley A C121 825 20.39 Philomena Gallagher W40 Tír Chonaill A C122 594 20.41 Hugh Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C123 723 20.42 Dean Bonner JM Finn Valley A C124 686 20.43 Joseph Casey M40 Individual125 752 20.44 Johnny Ward M50 Tír Chonaill A C126 800 20.46 Garvan McCloskey M40 Letterkenny A C16 September Page 4 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club127 690 20.47 Kevin Mc Meniman SM Lifford A C128 915 20.48 Patrick Brennan SM Individual129 642 20.52 Kieran Mc Hugh M40 Finn Valley A C130 716 20.54 Caolan Ward SM Finn Valley A C131 384 20.55 Chris O’Donnell SM Individual132 310 20.57 Seamus Gallen M40 Finn Valley A C133 886 20.58 Tony Gallagher M40 Finn Valley A C134 707 21.01 William Freney M40 Individual135 370 21.02 Mark Quinn SM Individual136 592 21.03 Brendan Patton M50 Finn Valley A C137 813 21.04 Mark Laverty JM Convoy138 638 21.05 Alish Patton SW Finn Valley A C139 984 21.07 Patrick McNamee SM Individual140 595 21.09 Seamus Curran M40 Finn Valley A C141 284 21.10 Ronan McBride SM Finn Valley A C142 645 21.13 Mark Mc Cafferty SM Finn Valley A C143 799 21.15 Jack Gillespie Boys 16 Individual144 982 21.17 Terry McDevitt SM Inishowen A C145 677 21.20 Hanah Mc Gowan JW City Of Derry146 656 21.22 Niamh Mc Daid SW Letterkenny A C147 771 21.23 Paul Dillion SM Individual148 692 21.24 Owen Mc Kinney M40 Inishowen A C149 871 21.25 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A C150 852 21.26 Noreen Bonner W50 Finn Valley A C151 988 21.27 Alan Catterson M40 Individual152 894 21.29 John McGlinchey M40 Finn Valley A C153 683 21.30 Linda Ward W45 Tír Chonaill A C154 820 21.38 Ronan O’Donnell Boys 16 Finn Valley A C155 851 21.40 Niall Duggan SM Individual156 527 21.41 Gearld Mc Glynn SM Castlefinn Running157 634 21.42 Cliodhna Dunne SW Finn Valley A C158 824 21.44 Sharon McGowan W40 Tír Chonaill A C16 September Page 5 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club159 853 21.48 Hugh O’Donnell M50 Individual160 635 21.50 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A C161 521 21.51 Catherine Dooher SW Castlefinn Running162 987 21.54 Joe McGlynn SM Finn Valley A C163 246 21.54 Declan McElwaine SM Individual164 300 21.56 Gareth McKane SM Individual165 684 22.01 Brenda Morris W50 Tír Chonaill A C166 703 22.03 P.j. Sweeney M50 Finn Valley A C167 910 22.06 Sharon Black SW Individual168 985 22.07 Margaret Shields W40 Letterkenny A C169 969 22.09 Roger Jnr O’Conner JM Individual170 914 22.12 Declan Carlin SM Finn Valley A C171 215 22.14 Vera Haughey W50 Tír Chonaill A C172 750 22.15 Mary Hippsley W40 Finn Valley A C173 639 22.16 Ciara Kelly JW Finn Valley A C174 763 22.16 Liam Marley M50 Cranford A C175 986 22.22 Martina Hegarty SW Individual176 913 22.23 William Boid SM Individual177 755 22.24 Michael Mc Meniman SM Individual178 632 22.25 Gloria Donaghey W50 Finn Valley A C179 641 22.27 Aoibhinn Mc Hugh JW Finn Valley A C180 764 22.29 Gillian Marley JW Milford A C181 717 22.29 Arronn O’ Connell JM Finn Valley A C182 768 22.30 Paul O’ Donnell SM Individual183 365 22.31 Eunan Mc Bride M40 Letterkenny A C184 366 22.32 Bill Vaughan M40 Individual185 919 22.34 Alisha Carlin JW Finn Valley A C186 832 22.37 Jodie Stewart SW Finn Valley A C187 640 22.41 Eimear Kelly JW Finn Valley A C188 890 22.41 Briege Collins W40 Inishowen A C189 741 22.42 John Mc Gill M50 Individual190 704 22.42 Mark Sweeney SM Finn Valley A C16 September Page 6 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club191 637 22.42 Maria Mc Gonagle SW Finn Valley A C192 559 22.44 Paul Marley SM Finn Valley A C193 561 22.46 Sean Mc Meniman M50 Finn Valley A C194 845 22.48 Conor McGill JM Individual195 247 22.50 Aoife McElwaine SW Individual196 501 22.52 Eamon Mc Connell M40 Castlefinn Running197 534 22.54 Dominic Mc Glinchey SM Castlefinn Running198 240 22.56 Joe McNulty SM Individual199 767 23.00 John Sweeney SM Individual200 549 23.04 Danny Gamble SM Finn Valley A C201 564 23.05 Hugo mc Guire M50 Finn Valley A C202 302 23.06 Sean O’Donnell M50 Individual203 874 23.10 Brendan Boyce Walker Letterkenny A C204 821 23.11 Odhran O’Donnell Boys 16 Finn Valley A C205 983 23.12 Ryan Dorrian SM Individual206 992 23.13 Jonathan Wilson SM Individual207 751 23.14 Mark Donaghey M40 Lifford A C208 566 23.15 James Nash SM Finn Valley A C209 303 23.16 Ernie Pollock M50 Individual210 315 23.17 Dylan Devitt M50 Individual211 314 23.18 Conal Gallagher M40 Individual212 973 23.19 PJ McMenamin SM Individual213 740 23.19 Pascal Gillin M50 Individual214 668 23.20 Aileen Boggs SW Lifford A C215 964 23.24 Bernard McMonagle SM Individual216 891 23.28 Ruth Doherty W35 Inishowen A C217 957 23.32 Eugene Mc Ginley M40 Individual218 803 23.40 Gavin Harris SM Individual219 854 23.44 Keith French SM Individual220 218 23.49 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A C221 226 23.50 Jim Hynes M60 Finn Valley A C222 220 23.51 Andrew McNamee SM Individual16 September Page 7 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club223 301 23.52 Wesley McKane SM Finn Valley A C224 769 23.52 Michael Murphy SM Individual225 844 23.56 Joe Gallen M50 Lifford A C226 505 24.01 Francis Cairns W40 Castlefinn Running227 681 24.05 Áine Mc Grath JW Finn Valley A C228 679 24.06 Brendan Mc Elhinney SM Individual229 675 24.07 Laird Mc Kinley SM United Health Care230 937 24.12 Paddy Gildea SM Individual231 967 24.21 Bryan Coyle JM Letterkenny A C232 971 24.22 Terence Quinn M40 Individual233 966 24.30 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A C234 981 24.32 Mary Carlin W50 Finn Valley A C235 766 24.36 Aisling Toye Walker Individual236 766 24.36 Mark Denning SM Finn Valley A C237 819 24.38 Adrian O’Donnell SM Individual238 962 24.43 Isobel Breslin W40 Lifford A C239 249 24.44 Eugene McGinley SM Individual240 789 24.54 Michael McCAfferty JM Individual241 781 25.02 Fiona Deasley SW Individual242 383 25.07 Aoife Harper JW Individual243 691 25.10 Sean Mc Auliffe M40 Individual244 918 25.23 Amanda McBrearty SW Individual245 745 25.24 Kathryn Kavanagh SW Individual246 887 25.28 Sinead Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C247 762 25.29 Ben Conway Walker Lifford A C248 706 25.30 Brian Mc Elwaine SM Individual249 997 25.33 Gareth Patton SM Individual250 961 25.33 April Moore Walker Individual251 926 25.42 Sean Patterson M40 Individual252 670 25.48 Eamon O’ Regan SM Unattached253 502 25.49 Carl Houston M40 Castlefinn Running254 972 25.49 Jason Regan SM Individual16 September Page 8 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club255 941 25.54 Marie Mc Colgan W40 Finn Valley A C256 248 25.54 Paul Kelly JM Individual257 279 25.54 lauren McDaid JW Finn Valley A C258 526 25.55 Lisa Doherty SW Castlefinn Running259 827 25.55 Sinead Kelly SW Individual260 812 25.56 Dale Laverty Boys 16 Convoy261 901 25.56 Maurice Murray SM Individual262 556 25.56 Cathy Lindsay SW Finn Valley A C263 976 25.57 Mary Higgins SW Individual264 976 25.57 Mary Higgans SW Individual265 974 25.57 Emmet O’Donnell SM Individual266 239 25.57 Stephen Corry SM Individual267 506 25.58 Ann Foy W40 Castlefinn Running268 945 25.58 Danny Mc Bride M40 Individual269 884 25.58 Anita Martin SW Individual270 555 25.59 Pat Lindsay SM Finn Valley A C271 831 26.00 Lindsey Toner SW Individual272 968 26.02 Roger O’Connor M40 Individual273 883 26.03 Christine Feely W40 Finn Valley A C274 898 26.11 Enda Bogle M40 Individual275 838 26.51 Oliva Gillen SW Individual276 980 26.54 Frankie Murray M50 Individual277 942 26.54 Jack Bradley Walker Individual278 975 26.54 Denise Espey SW Individual279 535 27.02 Mary Martin W50 Finn Valley A C280 381 27.09 Adam Sweeney Walker Individual281 790 27.16 Briege McCafferty W45 Individual282 251 27.18 Jimmy Gildea M60 Letterkenny A C283 518 27.19 Kerry Rowan SW Castlefinn Running284 520 27.22 Lisa Mc Daid SW Castlefinn Running285 609 27.22 Denise Collins SW Finn Valley A C286 565 27.26 James Mc Guire M50 Finn Valley A C16 September Page 9 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club287 517 27.35 Carmel Mc Connell SW Castlefinn Running288 698 27.43 Janine Boyle Walker Finn Valley A C289 368 27.46 Bridgee Mc Ginty SW Individual290 744 27.49 Ginette Mc Elwaine SW Finn Valley A C291 512 27.49 Denise Mc Gahern W40 Castlefinn Running292 536 27.52 Anne Marie Lynch SW Finn Valley A C293 994 27.56 Bernie Alcorrn Walker Finn Valley A C294 995 27.56 Richard Alcorn Walker Finn Valley A C295 909 28.03 Niamh McGlinchey JW Individual296 702 28.06 Collete Mc Dermot SW Individual297 715 28.16 Brina Ward SW Finn Valley A C298 822 28.16 Valisa O’Donnell JW Finn Valley A C299 570 28.22 Kevin Mc Hugh M60 Finn Valley A C300 622 28.25 Sophie Kelly SW Finn Valley A C301 765 28.29 Madline Penrose JW Finn Valley A C302 718 28.32 Marie Bonner W50 Finn Valley A C303 953 28.43 Margaret Doherty W40 Individual304 277 28.45 Mark Vance SM Individual305 241 28.46 Cheral Hetheringtton SW Individual306 818 28.46 Aine Kear Girls 16 Finn Valley A C307 244 28.46 Conal McDermott JM Individual308 927 28.55 Oran Patterson Walker Individual309 600 28.55 Paula Jenson SW Finn Valley A C310 516 29.03 Irene Mc Nulty SW Castlefinn Running311 710 29.05 Jessica Mc Gill Walker Individual312 897 29.06 Shauna O’Donnell SW Individual313 782 29.06 Breda Mc Bride SW Individual314 956 29.07 Tom Bonner M50 Individual315 712 29.17 Cliona Mc Gill Walker Individual316 313 29.33 Kieranna McCorrmack SW Individual317 923 29.35 Cathy Kelly W40 Finn Valley A C318 312 29.40 Cathy Lynch SW Individual16 September Page 10 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club319 856 29.44 Mary Gallagher SW Individual320 537 29.46 Audrey Crawford SW Finn Valley A C321 950 30.05 Mary Neely SW Individual322 697 30.15 Muirinn Duffy Walker Finn Valley A C323 514 30.21 Laura Whiteduncan SW Castlefinn Running324 902 30.25 Rebecca Ward SW Individual325 905 30.29 Melanie Pearson W40 Individual326 960 30.35 Deirdre Mc Garrigle W40 Individual327 920 30.40 Mary Harold W40 Finn Valley A C328 908 30.42 Niall McGlinchey SM Individual329 519 30.46 Finola Mc Bride W40 Castlefinn Running330 885 30.52 Caitlin McGonagle Girls 16 Finn Valley A C331 606 31.10 Claire M West SW Finn Valley A C332 965 31.11 Anne M McMonagle SW Individual333 756 31.17 Grainne Mc Dermott SW Individual334 547 31.30 Wendy Scanlon SW Finn Valley A C335 276 31.44 Shelly Ward SW Individual336 935 31.47 Paddy Bonner SM Individual337 936 31.48 Glenda Bonner SW Individual338 613 31.52 Denise Moss SW Finn Valley A C339 991 32.13 Josephine Wilson SW Individual340 219 32.18 Bridgeen Doherty W50 Finn Valley A C341 245 32.19 Elaine McDermott SW Individual342 665 32.22 Rosemary Boggs W40 Lifford A C343 700 32.28 Wesley Mc Clean SM Individual344 773 32.30 Gesilda Penrose W40 Finn Valley A C345 619 33.03 Sharon Scanlon W40 Finn Valley A C346 949 33.03 Denise Mc Elwaine SW Finn Valley A C347 795 33.45 Christine Toye Walker Individual348 369 34.01 Ann Mc Glynn SW Individual349 278 34.39 Aileen Duffy SW Individual350 748 34.39 Sinead Patton Walker Individual16 September Page 11 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club351 758 34.45 Dearbhla Mc Dermott Walker Individual352 309 36.03 Barry Woods JM Finn Valley A C353 733 36.42 Deirdre Duffy Walker Individual354 930 36.44 Anitha Hegarty Walker Individual355 616 37.44 Samanatha Wilkison SW Finn Valley A C356 858 37.45 Louise Howard SW Individual357 879 37.55 Laura Friel SW Individual358 849 38.00 Sarah Gillen SW Individual359 846 38.07 Laura Gillen SW Individual360 743 38.08 Sharon Mc Nulty SW Finn Valley A C361 552 38.13 Rosaleen Mc Gonagle W50 Finn Valley A C362 242 38.13 Ethna Wallace SW Inishowen A C363 558 38.13 Aoife Marley SW Finn Valley A C364 380 38.42 Orla Noonan Sweeney Walker Individual365 783 38.52 Violet Russell Walker Individual366 793 39.04 Briege Gallen SW Finn Valley A C367 794 39.04 Eireann Gallen JM Finn Valley A C368 882 39.06 Betty Carlin Walker Individual369 933 39.40 Niocla Hegarty Walker Individual370 934 39.40 Kathryn Hegarty Walker Individual371 828 39.40 Liam Mailey Walker Individual372 855 39.51 Loretta Patton Walker Finn Valley A C373 227 39.51 Joan Mc Hugh W50 Lifford A C374 282 39.51 Michelle McNamee SW Individual375 738 39.51 Nicola Bonner Walker Individual376 788 39.51 Sussane Love Walker Finn Valley A C377 713 39.52 Mark Sweeney SM Individual378 784 41.27 Elizabeth Patton Walker Individual379 925 41.29 Eileen O’ Donnell Walker Individual380 680 41.37 Amanda Mc Elhinney SW Individual381 375 42.06 Denholm Mcermott Walker Individual382 860 42.07 Mark Harkin Walker Convoy16 September Page 12 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club383 859 42.07 Margaret Harkin Walker Convoy384 877 42.34 Monica Donaghy Walker Convoy385 932 42.54 Linda Hegarty Walker Individual386 364 42.54 Cathy Connelly SW Individual387 363 42.54 Brian McCriea SM Individual388 857 42.54 Marcella Gallagher SW Individual389 947 43.01 Michelle Bonner SW Individual390 948 43.01 Megan Mc Connigley Walker Individual391 729 43.02 Rachel Hegarty Walker Individual392 731 43.02 Deirdre Hegarty Walker Individual393 906 43.36 Martin Ward M50 Individual394 943 43.36 Claire Quinn Walker Individual395 792 43.54 Elizabeth McLaughlin Walker Individual396 791 43.54 Steven Ward SM Individual397 682 43.54 Seamus Mc Granaghan M40 Finn Valley A C398 996 44.17 Kathryn Gilmore Walker Individual399 807 44.17 Chloe Harris Walker Individual400 805 44.17 Evelyn Harris Walker Individual401 808 44.17 Jack Harris Walker Individual402 806 44.26 Lauren Harris Walker Individual403 880 44.27 Steven Bonner SM Individual404 646 44.27 Josephine Mc Daid SW Individual405 553 44.29 Shauna Mc Daid SW Finn Valley A C406 554 44.29 Patricia Mc Daid SW Finn Valley A C407 280 44.30 Stephen Harper SM Individual408 281 44.31 Chiara Harper JW Individual409 283 44.31 Patsy Mailey SM Individual410 382 44.31 Don Smith Walker Individual411 776 44.37 Nina Patton Walker Individual412 777 44.37 Deirdre Patton Walker Individual413 778 44.37 Michael Patton SM Individual414 531 44.42 Mary Mc Gill Walker Castlefinn Running16 September Page 13 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club415 817 44.42 Margaret Patton Walker Individual416 530 45.21 Lizz Gallen Walker Castlefinn Running417 603 45.21 Jackie Harvey SW Finn Valley A C418 924 46.57 Ronnie Russell Walker Individual419 970 46.57 Tina Quinn W40 Individual420 999 46.57 Donna Quinn Walker Individual421 816 47.07 Estelle McClennand SW Individual422 847 47.07 Pamela Gillen SW Individual423 371 47.07 Sinead Mc Bride Walker Individual424 372 47.07 Patrick Mc Bride Walker Individual425 892 47.07 Danny Browne Walker Finn Valley A C426 362 47.07 Bernadette Gallagher Walker Individual427 299 47.07 Rose McNamee SW Individual428 720 47.07 Linda O’ Connell Walker Finn Valley A C429 721 47.07 Collete Ward Walker Finn Valley A C430 922 47.51 Joe Bonner M40 Individual431 587 47.51 Martin Anderson M40 Finn Valley A C432 881 47.52 Dwane Long SM Finn Valley A C433 904 48.23 Laurna Ward W40 Individual434 907 48.23 Bernadette Ward SW Individual435 993 50.11 Kathleen Merrit W45 Finn Valley A C436 903 50.11 Sammy Ward M70 Individual437 374 50.14 Emmet McElwaine Walker Individual438 989 50.14 William Bonner Walker Individual439 223 51.00 Eileen Doherty SW Individual440 224 52.01 John Doherty SM Individual441 373 52.01 Loreean Kee Walker Individual442 990 52.01 Jason Elliott Walker Individual443 252 52.01 Patrick McElwaine SM Individual444 378 52.01 Carol Elliot Walker Individual445 376 52.01 Carmel Boner Walker Individual446 814 52.10 Kevin Laverty Walker Convoy16 September Page 14 of 15 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club447 815 52.10 Jacqueline Laverty Walker Convoy448 377 54.32 Leah Boner Walker Inishowen A C449 222 54.32 Frances McNamee SW Individual450 963 113.38 Karl Doherty W/Chair Inishowen A CTotal Runners: 45016 September Page 15 of 15ATHLETICS: RESULTS FROM THE DONEGAL 5K was last modified: September 16th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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 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ALL THE RESULTS OF THE ST JOHN’S POINT 10K

first_imgTÍR CHONAILL AC athlete Mark McGuinness ran a super fast 38.16 today to win the St John’s Point 10k.All the results from today’s scenic race are below:The Point 5K August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 38.16 54 Mark McGuinness SM Tír Chonaill AC2 38.36 108 Daniel Gallagher JM Tír Chonaill AC3 39.02 33 Liam Doherty SM Cranford AC 4 39.43 69 Brendan Boyle M50+ Killybegs A C5 39.51 190 Kieran Reynalds SM Individual6 40.06 124 Kevin Boyle SM Individual7 42.07 62 Michael Carr JM Killybegs A C8 42.16 141 Paul Ferry SM Individual 9 43.42 112 Andrew Doherty M50+ Finn Valley10 44.09 32 Conor Ward SM Individual11 46.38 64 Paul Burke SM Individual12 47.03 103 Noel Kerrigan SM Individual 13 47.36 107 Ronan Boyle M40+ Individual14 47.37 79 Matthew Tindal SM Individual15 48.48 50 John O’Donoghue M50+ Individual16 49.01 187 John Smith SM Individual17 49.02 157 Declan Boyle SM Individual18 49.04 155 Paul McGuckin M40+ Individual19 50.07 100 Frank Rogers M40+ Belle Vue Racers20 50.16 15 Caroline Kennedy W40+ Bruckless Road Runners21 50.16 142 Dermot Gallagher SM Individual22 50.25 20 Una Gavin W50+ City Of Derry23 50.44 145 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC24 51.06 29 Leo Gorman M50+ Individual25 51.07 39 Jon Stack M50+ Individual26 51.18 36 Pauric Harley SM Individual27 51.37 78 Jonathan Doran SM Individual28 51.37 31 Tanya Doran SW Individual29 51.38 144 Vera Haughey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC30 52.10 13 Alison Murry SW Bruckless Road Runners24 August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club31 52.40 47 Donal McGuinness SM Individual32 52.41 134 Conal Gallagher M40+ Individual33 52.41 104 Darragh Doherty SM Individual34 52.41 140 John Byrne SM Individual35 52.54 114 Yvonne Byrne SW Individual36 53.18 99 Richard Tindal M40+ Individual37 53.21 77 Jason McGarrigle SM Individual38 54.10 193 William Donoghue SM Individual39 54.56 105 Eamon McGuinness M40+ Individual40 54.58 154 Ryan Mackey SM Individual41 55.50 72 Gerard Orpen SM Individual42 55.51 98 Michael Moore SM Individual43 56.01 97 Leanne Shovlin SW Individual44 56.14 81 Patrick McGee SM Individual45 56.27 80 Karen Connell SW Individual46 56.29 143 unknown name SM Individual47 56.39 204 Conal McBrearty M40+ Individual48 56.40 49 Lorna Lee Curran SW Bruckless Road Runners49 57.01 48 Deirdre McGuinness SW Individual50 57.07 26 Chris McGee SM Individual51 57.21 199 Rosa Flannery SW Individual52 57.28 106 John McGuinness M40+ Individual53 57.40 159 Sarah McGonigle SW Bruckless Road Runners54 57.46 182 Alan Hutchinson SM Individual55 57.48 23 Daniel Hegarty SM Bruckless Road Runners56 59.01 200 Mathieu Duphy JM Naomh Ultan57 59.02 40 Jordan Watters JM Individual58 59.07 12 Majella Cunningham SW Bruckless Road Runners59 59.58 44 Peter Duddy SM Individual60 60.20 7 Michael Fitzgerald M60+ Individual61 61.11 158 Dermot McGlynn JM Individual62 61.12 55 Darragh Byrne JM Individual63 61.17 189 Roisin McFadden JW Individual24 August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club64 61.18 167 Marie-Louise Neary SW Individual65 61.49 122 Francis Floyd M40+ Bruckless Road Runners66 61.52 38 Ian McGarrigle SM Individual67 61.55 92 Sean Kennedy SM Individual68 62.54 132 Emer Carbery JW Bruckless Road Runners69 62.57 28 Helen Gallagher SW Bruckless Road Runners70 62.59 133 Aoife Carbery JW Bruckless Road Runners71 63.03 63 Dana Friedman SW Individual72 63.04 27 Liz Deane SW Individual73 63.50 41 Teresa Sweeney SW Individual74 64.10 89 Mary McGuclin SW Tír Chonaill AC75 64.27 68 Paul Byrne M40+ Bruckless Road Runners76 64.44 184 Tony O’Hara M50+ Individual77 64.44 192 Peter McFarlane SM Individual78 65.43 76 Chloe Carey JW Individual79 65.45 139 Roseanne Byrne SW Individual80 65.46 185 Aisling Byrne SW Bruckless Road Runners81 65.48 37 Hannah Orpen SW Individual82 66.44 135 Anne Marie Gallagher SW Individual83 67.06 183 Billy Broderick M40+ Killybegs A C84 67.40 21 Elaine Boyle W40+ Bruckless Road Runners85 68.15 153 Catherine Coughlan W40+ Individual86 68.37 42 Adam Duddy JM Individual87 68.37 43 Joanne Duddy SW Individual88 68.56 115 Grainne Kennedy SW Individual89 69.35 2 Brian Sammon M40+ Individual90 70.40 14 Anne Marie Cunningham SW Individual91 71.11 120 Teresa Daly SW Individual92 71.11 123 Claire Gavigan SW Individual93 71.22 138 Leanne Duffy SW Individual94 71.22 136 Donna McMonagle SW Individual95 71.34 109 Amy Jordan SW Individual96 71.54 88 Patricia Boyle SW Tír Chonaill AC24 August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club97 72.12 94 Brid Griffin SW Individual98 72.14 147 Eoghan Dorrian SM Individual99 72.48 162 Lisa McGrane SW Individual100 73.06 95 Annette Diver SW Individual101 73.06 110 Carmel Jordan W40+ Individual102 74.56 135 Anne Marie Gallagher SW Individual103 76.05 66 Heather Howley SW Bruckless Road Runners104 76.05 121 Josephine O’Donnell SW Individual105 78.35 30 Erin Gorman JW Individual106 78.35 137 Tara Hughes SW Individual107 78.48 53 Shay Byrne JM Individual108 80.26 119 Gerry Doogan M50+ Individual109 81.20 202 Michael Byrne M40+ Individual110 81.20 206 Annemarie Boyle SW Individual111 82.14 73 Ray Carey SM Individual112 84.04 85 David Byrne M40+ Individual113 84.52 116 Louise Driscoll SW Individual114 84.52 118 Meagan Lucas JW Individual115 86.32 148 Noel Howley M40+ Individual116 87.50 113 Terri McKenna W50+ Individual117 87.50 131 Maria Taheny SW Individual118 87.50 111 Aileen Murphy W60+ Individual119 87.50 130 Veronica Gallagher W50+ Individual120 88.00 1 John Sammon JM Individual121 88.02 156 Emma Furey SW Individual122 88.02 203 Bridie Blain W50+ St Nauls123 88.03 186 Aisling Connell SW Individual124 89.28 117 Una Whincup W40+ Individual125 89.28 188 Norita McGinley W50+ Individual126 89.51 197 Carmel Erskine SW Individual127 89.51 198 Bart Flannery SM Individual128 90.16 58 Tanya White SW Naomh Ultan129 90.23 56 Savannah McCafferty SW Individual24 August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club130 90.46 22 Emily Stinson SW Bruckless Road Runners131 90.47 25 Gretta McGill W50+ Bruckless Road Runners132 91.08 163 Ernest Henry SM Individual133 91.10 146 Trevor Walls M40+ Individual134 91.55 45 Aine McCallig SW Individual135 92.41 160 Eileen Blaine SW Individual136 92.41 161 Dona Smith SW Individual137 92.41 91 Sarah McGill SW Individual138 93.29 86 Maria Frost SW Tír Chonaill AC139 94.05 87 Mary Deeny W50+ Individual140 94.09 51 Brede O’Donoghue W50+ Individual141 94.09 150 Sally Neary W60+ Individual142 94.09 152 Dorothy Murphy W60+ Individual143 94.09 127 Danny Byrne SM Individual144 95.30 59 Johanne Kelly SW Dunkineely145 95.30 60 Jessica Kelly JW Dunkineely146 95.30 52 Colette Byrne SW Individual147 97.00 83 Tracy Lucas SW Individual148 97.00 181 Marie Hutchinson SW Individual149 97.02 126 Sharon B. Cunningham SW Individual150 97.21 5 Ann Walker W50+ Individual151 97.21 3 Caroline Hutchinson W40+ Individual152 97.21 102 Jean Blain W50+ Individual153 98.06 65 Tom Glynn M60+ Sliabh Liag154 98.06 65 Tom Glynn M60+ Sliabh Liag155 102.35 128 Michael Gravina JM Individual156 102.35 129 James McGlashin JM Individual157 102.42 195 Joanne Nesbitt SW Bruckless Road Runners158 102.42 164 Jenny O’Neil SW Individual159 102.42 165 Anita Byrne SW Individual160 104.38 57 Olive Quinn W50+ Individual161 104.43 24 Marie Dargan W40+ Individual162 104.48 90 Lisa Boyle SW Individual24 August 2013 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club163 104.56 101 Ellen Ann Orpen W50+ Individual164 105.21 196 Siobhan McBrearty SW Individual165 105.22 84 Grainne Breslin SW Individual166 105.23 82 Asling Kennedy SW Individual167 106.46 10 unknown name SM Individual168 106.47 11 unknown name SM Individual169 107.26 151 Ann Harley SW Individual170 107.29 191 Rosaleen Boyle W60+ Individual171 107.52 8 Ann McFadden W50+ Individual172 107.52 9 Patrick McFadden M50+ Individual173 108.54 70 Maureen O’Grady W60+ Individual174 108.54 71 Lyndall Gallagher W60+ Individual175 108.54 194 Teresa Byrne SW Individual176 108.54 4 Rev. John Purdy SM IndividualTotal Runners: 17624 August 2013 ALL THE RESULTS OF THE ST JOHN’S POINT 10K was last modified: August 24th, 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)Tags:ALL THE RESULTS OF THE ST JOHN’S POINT 10KDunkineelylast_img read more

Dec
22

Cross-border burglars left in sticky situation after robbing array of bizarre items

first_imgPSNI Foyle have caught two men who have been charged with theft and fraud after stealing an array of bizarre items including sellotape and fungal nail treatments.Their close shave with the PSNI happened on Tuesday night, when a patrol car was alerted to a theft at a nearby retail park.The men are believed to be involved in a sophisticated cross-border fraud, only being caught when they attempted to steal this unusual collection. An officer posted to their Facebook page saying: “Just another normal Tuesday night patrolling… or so we thought.“When over the radio our colleagues in communications delivered the all-important message that a theft had just occurred in the nearby retail park and the suspects had made off in a vehicle.“Waterside Critical Neighbourhood Policing Team located the vehicle and the two suspects were arrested for theft with the help of LPT5. “Follow up searches uncovered a plethora of equipment for use in sophisticated fraud which Police believe to have occurred on both sides of the border.“With the assistance of Volume Crime Support Team the two males were charged to court the next day with a number of dishonesty offences.”After being charged, the PSNI hope they won’t see these thieves put another “toe” out of line again.Cross-border burglars left in sticky situation after robbing array of bizarre items was last modified: October 22nd, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:courtDerrydonegalpsni foylerobberylast_img read more

Dec
22

WATCH: Donegal manufacturers’ stories told in captivating film

first_imgManufacturing businesses took centre stage during one of the key events for Local Enterprise Week 2018 when they were featured on screen and in print in “Donegal – We Make Things,” a celebration of manufacturing in the county.Joe Bonnar Metalcraft, Letterkenny; MacBride Brothers Joinery from Convoy O’Donnell’s Bakery from Laghy; Welditz from Carndonagh; Silver Strand Ropes from Moville and Diorite from Buncrana all featured at the event in Buncrana Cinema on Monday 5th March. Their stories have been told in film in “Donegal – We Make Things” and also in a hardback book of the same name that charts their stories.The launch event was hosted by broadcaster Anton Savage and formed just one of many during a busy Local Enterprise Week.Local Enterprise Office Donegal is supported through co-funding from the Irish Government and the European Regional Development Fund 2014 – 2020.WATCH: Donegal manufacturers’ stories told in captivating film was last modified: March 13th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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:donegalLEO< DonegalLocal Enterprise OfficeLocal Enterprise Weekwe make thingslast_img read more