Gordon eyes good performance on Sunday

first_img LAST GAME Since bursting on the scene in the 2013-14 Red Stripe Premier League season, where he bagged a brace to back up Dino Williams’ hat-trick in Montego Bay United’s 5-2 win over Waterhouse in the final, Owayne ‘Turkle back’ Gordon has slowly captivated the hearts of local football fans. Many of those have always believed that the former Montego Bay United striker would be a valuable addition to the Reggae Boyz squad. Last season, his 20 goals laid the foundation for Montego Bay United to claim their second title in three years after he picked up the mantle following the temporary departure of Williams. However, he netted a brace before departing the island the day before the final in order to take up his contract with his new club, Indy Eleven. Gordon, who is on the verge of getting his third cap with the Reggae Boyz, told The Gleaner that he wants to justify the local fans’ calls for his selection “It’s a great feeling to be back in the system, and we just want to prove ourselves why we have been called up and why people have been requesting us to be in the team. They see the talent, the hard work and determination that can move this team forward, so I come to prove a point, and that is to go out and do my job,” he told The Gleaner following an impressive showing in a training session at the Stadium East field ahead of the team’s Caribbean Cup qualifier against Suriname this Sunday. Gordon, who helped Indy Eleven to the North American Soccer League (NASL) championship final with three goals this season, played ten minutes plus extra time in Jamaica’s last game against Guyana and he is looking to replicate that performance or even do better. “My focus is to come here and to put on a good performance. In Guyana, I came off the bench and put in a brilliant performance. Me and Dino Williams were a big game changer as we won the game 4-2, so I have no doubt that I will be in this game. “This will be my first game at the stadium (National Stadium) with the national team. I just hope to go out there and get the job done and make word come to pass, so I am most definitely looking to put on a good performance on Sunday,” he added.last_img read more

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‘Disrespect Leads To Short Life’

first_imgMontserrado County senatorial aspirant Benjamin R. Sanvee, Jr. has called on children to stop disrespecting their parents and elders, which, according to him, shortens their lives.The young Senatorial hopeful added that the culture of disrespecting parents and elders in the society must come to an end so that the days of children and youths may be long on earth as promised by God.Mr. Sanvee made the remarks Wednesday, May 28, during the official launch of the maiden edition of the 2014 Inter High School Quizzing Tournament organized by the Liberia National Student Union (LINSU) at the Cathedral High School’s auditorium on Ashumn Street in Monrovia.The former Youth Advisor during the Charles G. Taylor regime said it’s biblical and also in the Quran that children need to obey their parents because they (parents or elders) have the power to teach them life lessons for their future.“I remember during the time in Liberia when not only your parents could discipline their children. I remember a Liberia where a neighbor could discipline his or her neighbor’s children,” Mr. Sanvee said, “Am saying these things because we are in a culture where children no longer respect their elders.”He added: “For those of us who are Christians and I think it is in the Quran, the only commandment that comes with a promise, is honor thy father and mother so that your days on earth should be long but not.”According to the Holy Bible; Exodus 20:12, Deuteronomy 5:16 and Ephesian 6:12 amongst other scriptures said: “Honor your father and mother, so that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you.”Mr. Sanvee also urged students to not develop the tendency of blaming others for their failure, and should not make the past to determine their futures.He hailed LINSU for the maiden edition of the 2014 Inter High School Quizzing Tournament and pledged his moral and final supports.The Assistant Minister for Planning at the Ministry of Planning Affairs, Kwame Ross acknowledged the weakness in the educational system but said education debate and quizzing is a right pursuit.The former LINSU boss hailed the current leadership of LINSU, arguing that it was difficult to organize a 2014 Inter High School Quizzing Tournament.Also speaking, the Secretary General of the University of Liberia Students Union, Calvin Raymond Summon,  affectionately called Daplato added his voice thanking LINSU but challenge the students to be committed in the studies to show themselves approve.The Senior Policy Analyst of the Ministry of Finance, Vallai M. Dorley also hailed LINSU but urged the students’ body to suggest to the education ministry to create a benchmark for junior high school students going to the senior.He argued that junior high students must pass the exams in the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) to get promotion.For his part, the president of LINSU, Varney Alieu Jarsey blamed administrations and the faculty for  the fairly poor turnout in the 2014 Inter High School Quizzing Tournament after writing over 120 high schools to participate.He, however, commended the 16 participating schools and announced that there will be attractive prizes at the end of the 16-day quizzing. He also said the Most Valuable Student will be on the team to represent the country next month in the Future Leaders for Africa Conference.Meanwhile, in the opener of the LINSU’s Inter High School Quizzing, Cathedral Catholic High School beat JJ Ross Memorial, 70-15 points; College of West Africa (CWA) pinned Christ the King Catholic High School, 55-45 points. Up to press time Amos T. Taybior High School was leading St. Michael Catholic High School 45-40 points. The final game was expected to be JJ Roberts High School and Star Baptist School System.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Enact the Firearms and Ammunition Control Act of Liberia

first_imgSmall arms and light weapons (SALW) propagation is a severe threat to peace and security in Liberia. SALW are hand-held weapons such as machine guns, rifles, pistols, shotguns, and landmines. These are the weapons of choice for criminals and rebel groups in Sub-Saharan Africa. The accessibility of these weapons was a key element in the escalation of Liberia’s Civil War, which claimed the lives of nearly 250,000 people. The Liberian government needs to take immediate action to maintainits fragile peace, in light of the United Nations (UN) drawdown. This policy paper calls on the Liberian Legislature to pass the Firearms and Ammunition Control Act (the Bill), which will create the legal structure to control and regulate SALW in Liberia.In September 2015, the United Nations adopted Resolution 2237, which renews its sanction on arms in Liberia until June 2016. This action was propagated by militia activities along the border between Liberia and Ivory Coast, with deadly attacks committed in Ivory Coast during the months of January, February, March and May 2015. Moreover, the Panel’s assessment on Liberia found “weaknesses along all borders” and identified several suspected violations of the arms embargo; furthering the call for more action on the part of the Liberian government. The Cost of Complacency“Small arms not only make easy the taking and maiming of lives, but also kill economies and the social bonds on which every kind of collective institution and progress rely.” Liberians are keenly aware of the devastating cost of 14 years of civil war. Many have vowed to do everything within their power to prevent a recurrence of such atrocities. Unfortunately, the Liberian Legislature has failed to do its part in preventing future crisis due to complacency.In her 2015 Annual Message on the State of the Republic, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urged the passage of the Firearms and Ammunition Control Act. Due to the failure of the Legislature to enact this critical piece of legislation, President Sirleaf has tactically signed and renewed, over the past four years, Executive Order # 34. This Order bans the ownership and use of firearms and ammunitions in Liberia. In July 2015, Counselor Tiawan Gongloe, a prominent Liberian lawyer, called on the Liberian legislators to hurriedly pass the Bill. He stated, “Anything short of the passage of the Act would amount to the proliferation of arms, which might eventually be used by illegal holders to create chaos.” The United Nations Panel of Experts Report shows chaos is pervading along the Liberian/Ivorian border.In September 2014, the UN Mission in Liberia drawdown was suspended due to the Ebola outbreak. In April 2015, the UN Security Council authorized the resumption of the drawdown of its mission. The expectations here are that the Liberian government would fully shoulder the security duties of the nation by June 30, 2016. Without the framework on firearms and ammunitions, we should expect chaos in Liberia after the UNMIL drawdown. Moreover, the Government of Liberia isn’t doing all that is necessary to mark its stockpiles of weapons. The United Nations Panel of Experts on Liberia reports the country lacks adequate weapons storage facilities. This needs to be corrected immediately.RecommendationsUN arms embargoes and sanctions have been used in Liberia for more than two decades. An arms embargo by itself isn’t sufficient. The incidents at the Ivorian border illustrates the need to do more. The Government of Liberia will have to take additional measures to secure its borders and stop the proliferation of small arms.• The Liberian Legislature needs to pass the Firearms and Ammunition Control Act.• The Government of Liberia should expand its weapons marking program.• The Government of Liberia should immediately strengthen its border with the Ivory Coast.• The Government of Liberia should develop a computerized system to track the movement of arms in the country.These recommendations are the first steps in ensuring the Republic of Liberia will not be held hostage by criminals and groups intended in creating chaos. The call is for all Liberians to contact their legislators and ask why they have not passed the Firearms and Ammunitions Control Act. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Stock saves day for USC

first_imgMatt Cusick’s RBI single proved to be the difference Sunday as the USC baseball team (5-3) defeated No. 17 San Diego 4-3 in 10innings at Cunningham Stadium in San Diego. Freshman Robert Stock (Agoura High) earned his second save of the season after starting the game as a catcher, the first time this season he has played as a pitcher and catcher in the same game. Lamar 6, CSUN 4: The hosts scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat the Matadors (6-3). SOFTBALL UCLA 9, Nevada 1: The Bruins finished the Kajikawa Classic in Tempe, Ariz., with a win, defeating Nevada in a five-inning, rain-shortened game. UCLA (2-3) had four home runs, including three-run shots by Jaisa Creps and Jodie Legaspi. Fresno State 2, CSUN 1: The Bulldogs scored a pair of unearned runs in the top of the seventh to beat the Matadors (0-4-1) at the Kajikawa Classic. SWIMMING AND DIVING Pac-10 Women’s Championships: UCLA sophomore Tess Schofield captured the platform diving title, winning UCLA’s first conference title of the meet with a score of 280.95. No. 16 UCLA is in first-place with 331 points. USC is in fourth with 123. The meet resumes Wednesday. MEN’S TENNIS Pepperdine 5, UNLV 2: After losing the doubles point, the Waves (6-1) rallied and took five of the six singles matches at home. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img Miami 7, UCLA 3: The 11th-ranked Bruins lost to No. 5 Miami in the series finale in Coral Gables, Fla. The Hurricanes (3-2) used a four-run eighth inning to break a 3-3 deadlock and sweep the Bruins (2-4). Pepperdine 11, UC Davis 3: Freshman designated hitter Mark Tracy highlighted a 14-hit attack with a pair of hits, including his firstcareer home run to lead No.23 Pepperdine (4-2) to a home victory and a three-game sweep of the Aggies. last_img read more

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Leicester City footballers in Bangkok to pay respects to Vichai

first_imgOver the coming days Thailand’s business and political elites are expected to visit the temple to pay their respects, while monks will chant Buddhist verses over the duty-free mogul’s body. Leicester City team members arrived in Bangkok Sunday on the second day of a funeral ceremony for the football club’s chairman © AFP / Lillian SUWANRUMPHAVichai, 60, died last week, along with four others, when his helicopter crashed and burst into flames moments after taking off from Leicester’s pitch following a match.His death sent shockwaves through Leicester, where the charismatic Vichai had become a beloved figure in the club and the city — a feat rarely achieved by the Premier League’s foreign owners.It was under Vichai’s ownership that Leicester crafted one of the biggest fairytales in English football history by winning the 2015/16 Premier League, having started the season as 5,000-1 outsiders for the title.– ‘The Boss’ –On Saturday the team played at Cardiff City, their first match since his death, with players from both teams coming together to pay their respects before the game. Massive banners featuring Thailand’s flag saying “R.I.P. Vichai” moved across the stadium, and the crowd observed a minute of silence. Fans wore T-shirts with Vichai’s picture on it, underneath the words “The Boss”. After the match, 13 members of Leicester City — including manager Claude Puel, striker Jamie Vardy and Shinji Okazaki — boarded a chartered flight to Bangkok, according to a statement from Vichai’s company, King Power. Leicester City’s fans paid tribute to Leicester City Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha © AFP / Oli SCARFFArriving at Wat Thepsirin around 6 pm, Puel and Leicester’s director of football Jon Rudkin walked at the front of the contingent, their gaze resolute under the flashing lights of photographers.They were closely followed by team captain Wes Morgan and goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel — who is believed to be the closest of all the Leicester players to Vichai. Behind them came Vardy and Okazaki, defenders Harry Maguire, Christian Fuchs and Ben Chilwell, midfielders Wilfred Ndidi, James Maddison, Marc Albrighton and Andy King.Upon entering the temple, they gave Vichai’s family a hug, and then offered up jasmine flowers as they knelt in front of a octagonal bejeweled urn given by the king to pay their final respects to their beloved chairman. Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana, the daughter of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, also attended the Buddhist rite, arriving about 30 minutes before the start of the recitation ceremony.The first three days of the elaborate ceremony will have royal sponsorship.After the week-long ceremony, Vichai’s body will be kept for 100 days before cremation, though a date has yet to be set.Vichai’s company started out with a single store in Bangkok; today, his King Power empire includes a monopoly over the duty-free shops in Thailand’s tourist-heavy airports.Despite his business smarts Vichai owed his ascent to the canny navigation of Thailand’s unpredictable politics and powerbrokers.Royal officials arriving with offerings at the the funeral ceremony of Leicester City’s Thai owner © KING POWER/AFP / HandoutHis links to the monarchy were reflected in the name of his company and his surname — which was bestowed upon him by the former king, and means “auspicious and prosperous light”.Vichai leaves behind a wife and four children, two sons and two daughters.The four other crash victims were identified by British police as Nursara Suknamai — an actress and a runner-up in Miss Thailand Universe in 2005 — and Kaveporn Punpare, both members of Vichai’s staff, pilot Eric Swaffer and passenger Izabela Roza Lechowicz.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Thailand’s business and political elites have turned out to pay their respects to Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha © KING POWER/AFP / Handout, HandoutBangkok, Thailand, Nov 4 – Players and staff from Leicester City arrived in Bangkok on Sunday to attend a mourning rite for the club’s chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, whose death last week in a helicopter crash stunned the Premier League club.Sunday marks the second day of a week-long ceremony held at Wat Thepsirin, one of Bangkok’s most famous temples which typically serves as the site for funerals of prominent Thais. last_img read more

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LAKERS NOTEBOOK Brown in trouble again

first_imgBy Elliott Teaford STAFF WRITER HONOLULU – Neither Kwame Brown nor the Lakers wished to talk about his arrest on misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and interfering with a police officer over the weekend in Valdosta, Ga. But they did so anyway after a bit of prompting Wednesday. The cake case was tossed out of court. “There are things off the court that he’s got to monitor,” Jackson said of Brown. “His behavior draws attention because of his size and notoriety. He’s got to be careful. “More than anything else, Kwame is one of those guys who wants to have a good time playing basketball and off the court, too. We want him to understand that this is business and he needs to have a professional attitude.” At first, Brown declined to comment on his arrest in Georgia, but said he wished to make it clear that he was not a passenger in the car, but merely walked up to the scene. “I can’t really go into it,” the 25-year-old Brown said. “It’s definitely a misunderstanding. The truth will come out like it always does. I walked up (to the car). I would never get in a car with somebody who was drunk. “I can’t really talk about it, but I’m confident that the truth will always be the truth. I’m always clean as a whistle when it’s truth time.” Brown injury update Brown continues his slow recovery from offseason surgeries on his left ankle and right shoulder, with the ankle causing him more difficulty than his shoulder. He can’t participate in full-court drills for the first week of training camp, although he hopes to be sound enough to do so next week. “I’m trying to be ready for the start of the season,” he said. “It depends on when the trainers say when I can go full-court. It’s definitely been a difficult summer for me. I expect to struggle a little bit, but hopefully I’ll come along strong.” Brown is expected to battle with veteran Chris Mihm and teenager Andrew Bynum for the starting center job. Jackson said Mihm probably has the edge so far. Guard play Barring an injury, Kobe Bryant and Derek Fisher will start in the backcourt, just as they did while leading the Lakers to three consecutive NBA titles to start the decade. Competition for the third guard spot is expected to be fierce, with Jordan Farmar and Sasha Vujacic battling rookies Javaris Crittenton and Coby Karl. “Jordan started at the end of last year and showed some promise, and Sasha obviously had some moments,” Jackson said. “We know Javaris is going to have to learn. Coby, he might be one of our best shooters on the team. He’s got a great stroke.” Karl, a free agent from Boise State, is the son of Denver Nuggets coach George Karl. elliott.teaford@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityBrown was involved in an incident in which his cousin, Charles Warren Jr., was charged with a DUI. The 6-foot-11, 270-pound Brown was disruptive and tried to interfere with the arrest, police said. The Lakers were made aware of the situation when Brown informed Coach Phil Jackson on Tuesday. “We want to get the full report,” Jackson said. “Kwame came to me yesterday and apologized. It’s a misdemeanor. It’s not against our club’s rules what he did.” That’s not to say the Lakers are willing to forgive and forget the incident. After all, this isn’t the first time Brown has been in trouble since joining the Lakers in a trade from the Washington Wizards in August 2005. After all, there was the cake caper of last January, when Brown was accused of snatching a $190 birthday cake out of the arms of a South Bay man and then turning and throwing it at him after a night of celebrating at a Hermosa Beach nightclub. last_img read more

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Appeal against valuation of ‘missing’ Tory island house dismissed

first_imgThe Supreme Court has struck out an appeal against a valuation placed on a man’s Tory island holiday home off the coast of Donegal which “disappeared” while he was abroad over a number of years.Film maker Neville Presho secured the valuation of €46,000 from the High Court in 2009, plus the costs of his lengthy legal battle over the destruction of his house on the island. He sued an adjoining hotel, alleging trespass and physical damage to the 19th century stone house after it was gradually destroyed while he was living in New Zealand between 1988 and 1994.In his case against Ostan Thoraigh Comhlacht Teoranta and its owner Patrick Doohan, he claimed, after he returned home in 1994, he found a car park for the hotel in the place where his house once stood.After he won in the High Court in 2009, both defendants brought appeals against that court’s ruling.When the matter came before the Supreme Court yesterday, it heard Mr Doohan, who was not in court, had stated he was not proceeding with his appeal. The appeal by Ostan Thoraigh Comhlacht Teoranta had been withdrawn last November.In those circumstances, the court struck out Mr Doohan’s appeal and affirmed the High Court orders.In its July 2009 judgment, the High Court held Mr Presho was entitled to a new house or its equivalent market value. Mr Presho’s valuer put that at €60,000 while the hotel owner’s valuer put it at €11,000 to €12,000.Mr Justice Roderick Murphy ruled, based on the figures presented to him, the correct valuation was €46,000 and granted a stay on his finding in the event of an appeal.While Mr Presho, from Hollywood, Co Down, was entitled to damages for trespass and interference with his property arising from the use, for the hotel, of a septic tank on the property, the equitable remedy was not reinstatement of the original house but provision of “a comparable dwelling” on Tory Island or the open market value of a comparable dwelling, the judge held.Appeal against valuation of ‘missing’ Tory island house dismissed was last modified: May 12th, 2017 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:appealCasehousesupreme courtTory Islandlast_img read more

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PICTURE SPECIAL AND RESULTS FROM THE GLENSWILLY 5K

first_imgPictures by Geraldine Diver.Glenswilly GAA 5k 2014Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 39 15.20 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 77 15.35 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C3 136 15.49 Gavin Corey SM Individual4 654 16.04 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A C 5 203 16.10 james Brown M40 City Of Derry6 204 16.12 Pauric Breslin SM Letterkenny A C7 80 16.25 Shane Mc Nulty M35 Finn Valley A C8 527 16.30 Michael Black SM 24/7 Triathlon9 640 16.47 Ciaran Mc Gonagle M35 Rosses A.C. 10 81 16.49 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C11 531 16.50 Adam Speeer SM 24/7 Triathlon12 110 17.00 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C13 152 17.02 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C 14 642 17.03 Kevin Mc Gee M40 Rosses A.C.15 144 17.06 Aidan Mc Kenna M40 Letterkenny A C16 166 17.15 john Sweeney SM Cranford A C17 234 17.15 Liam Doherty M35 Cranford A C18 90 17.23 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C19 146 17.26 Liam Murray M35 Individual20 501 17.34 Brian Mc Crea M35 Finn Valley A C21 602 17.35 John Mc Callion SM Individual22 122 17.37 James Mc Fadden SM Cranford A C23 621 17.42 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A C24 202 17.48 Dominic Bonner M50 Finn Valley A C25 103 17.57 Stefan Mc Crossan JM Letterkenny A C26 131 18.01 Mark Hunter SM 24/7 Triathlon27 52 18.01 Darren Price M35 Letterkenny A C28 196 18.05 Paddy Fox SM Cranford A C29 269 18.07 Conor Boyce Walker Individual26 June 2014 Page 1 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club30 209 18.08 Gerard Mc Gettigan M50 Milford A C31 514 18.20 Joe Gibbons SM Individual32 228 18.23 Mark Diver SM Letterkenny A C33 230 18.25 Gerard Devine SM Individual34 229 18.26 John Daly M40 24/7 Triathlon35 108 18.26 Johnny o’Doherty SM Individual36 199 18.43 Paul Mc Monagle SM Letterkenny A C37 655 18.45 martin Mc Ginley M40 Individual38 605 18.45 mark Connolly M50 Finn Valley A C39 92 18.46 Ray Mc Groary M40 Milford A C40 213 18.48 Paul Cosgrave M40 Letterkenny A C41 159 18.50 Dermott Mc Elchar M35 Individual42 539 18.51 Niall Gildea SM Individual43 525 18.51 Paul Gildea SM Individual44 151 18.51 Paul Mc Gettigan SM Milford A C45 134 18.55 Anthony Mc Daid M35 Individual46 444 18.56 Sean McGinley Walker Individual47 647 19.00 Dan Friel SM Individual48 118 19.06 PJ Hagan SM Milford A C49 117 19.08 Barry Mackey M50 Letterkenny A C50 1 19.12 Kay Byrne SW Finn Valley A C51 231 19.18 Barry Gallagher M35 Finn Valley A C52 94 19.21 Mark Cassidy SM Individual53 226 19.22 Olly Duffy SM Letterkenny A C54 455 19.22 Brian McIntrye Walker Individual55 535 19.22 Fergus Callaghan SM Individual56 120 19.29 Paul Lynch M35 24/7 Triathlon57 221 19.30 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual58 44 19.46 Eamon Ward SM Individual59 119 19.49 John Cannon M50 Tír Chonaill A C60 506 19.50 Francis Gildea SM Individual26 June 2014 Page 2 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club61 410 19.52 Mark McGinley Walker Individual62 543 19.56 Patrick Trimble M40 Individual63 128 20.02 Charley Bonner M35 Individual64 639 20.02 Liam Mc Hugh M50 Finn Valley A C65 97 20.03 Ciaran Gallagher SM Individual66 116 20.04 Padraig Boyle JM Individual67 528 20.06 Terry Mc Cauley SM Individual68 60 20.09 Jean Mc Ginley SW Letterkenny A C69 55 20.10 Charlie Gildea M40 24/7 Triathlon70 95 20.11 Hugh Gallagher M60 Letterkenny A C71 83 20.19 Daire Mc Monagle JM Individual72 123 20.20 Clare Keenan SW Finn Valley A C73 537 20.20 Kevin grennan M50 Individual74 141 20.20 PJ Friel M50 Individual75 243 20.23 Patricia Mc Nulty W40 Milford A C76 135 20.24 Mark Mc Fadden M40 Individual77 115 20.31 Eddie Mc Daid SM Individual78 210 20.32 james Gibbons M50 Milford A C79 227 20.32 Sharon Black W40 Letterkenny A C80 216 20.34 Gerard Mc Connell SM Individual81 222 20.34 Michael Mc Daid M35 Individual82 74 20.34 Sammy Johnston M40 24/7 Triathlon83 5 20.35 Shauna Mc Geehan SW Letterkenny A C84 620 20.36 Patrick Mc Nulty SM Individual85 250 20.37 Joseph Mc Dyre JM Individual86 148 20.38 Kevin Higgins SM Individual87 50 20.39 Carl Kelly M35 Individual88 646 20.41 John Mc Carron M40 24/7 Triathlon89 265 20.43 Conor Faul Walker Individual90 84 20.45 Anthony Murray M60 Individual91 3 20.46 Garvin Boyce M40 Individual26 June 2014 Page 3 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club92 612 20.49 Gerard Dorrian SM Individual93 67 20.50 Chris Nee M40 Individual94 653 20.51 michael Gallagher M40 Individual95 397 20.55 Jonathan Martin Walker Individual96 656 20.58 Deirdre Diver SW Letterkenny A C97 244 21.00 Matt Hogan M40 Milford A C98 601 21.02 Brian Mc Bride M60 Letterkenny A C99 102 21.04 Gabriel Mc Crossan M50 Letterkenny A C100 590 21.06 Jason Shiels Walker Individual101 88 21.08 Maeve Callaghan SW Letterkenny A C102 214 21.10 Charlie O’Donnell M35 Individual103 72 21.12 Chris Ashmore M40 Individual104 207 21.13 Sabrina mackey W40 24/7 Triathlon105 99 21.16 Terence Shiels SM Individual106 62 21.19 Noel Mc Cormick M40 Individual107 82 21.21 Dermot Boyle SM Killybegs A C108 153 21.22 Mary Hippsley W40 Finn Valley A C109 124 21.22 Michelle Hunter SW Finn Valley A C110 198 21.22 Richard Raymond M50 Letterkenny A C111 248 21.25 Bernard Mc Dyre M50 Individual112 631 21.27 Angus Hunter M40 Individual113 158 21.30 Finn Begley W40 Letterkenny A C114 456 21.31 Sean McGinley Walker Individual115 633 21.35 Leigh Crerand SM Individual116 10 21.37 Jeanette Maguire SW 24/7 Triathlon117 121 21.38 Serena Mc Daid SW Letterkenny A C118 127 21.41 Owen Coyle M50 Rosses A.C.119 211 21.42 Colette Mc Elwaine W35 Milford A C120 629 21.43 Pat Brady M50 Individual121 68 21.44 Amanda Mc Fadden SW Individual122 177 21.44 Martin Robinson M40 Milford A C26 June 2014 Page 4 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club123 18 21.49 John Hughes M50 Individual124 51 21.51 Ciaran Liddy M35 Letterkenny A C125 56 21.51 Patrick Mc Fadden SM Individual126 161 21.52 Paul Sweeney M40 Individual127 242 21.52 Collie O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C128 13 21.58 Hugh Ferry SM Individual129 412 21.59 Mark Bonner Walker Individual130 156 22.00 Vera Haughey W50 Tír Chonaill A C131 197 22.05 Pat Byrne M50 Killybegs A C132 652 22.08 Patrick Dunleavey M35 Letterkenny A C133 217 22.11 Sean O’Donnell M50 Milford A C134 53 22.12 Liam Mc Mullan M40 Individual135 274 22.16 Owen Collum Walker Individual136 630 22.17 Declan Mc Elwaine SM Individual137 645 22.18 Patrick Mc Monagle M40 Individual138 69 22.19 Lorraine Mc Daid SW Individual139 401 22.20 Oisin Randles Walker Individual140 149 22.21 Eilis Mc Clafferty SW Individual141 457 22.22 Orla Newell Walker Individual142 662 22.34 jonathan Mullen M40 Individual143 65 22.34 Imelda Gallagher W40 Individual144 7 22.36 Eimear Bradley SW Individual145 628 22.37 Brendan Sheridan M40 Individual146 125 22.42 Jackie Harvey W55 Tír Chonaill A C147 113 22.45 Gary Mc Daid M35 Individual148 513 22.45 Regina Gallagher SW Individual149 472 22.46 Sean McGinley Walker Individual150 232 22.48 Michelle Delaney SW Individual151 137 22.51 Dougie – M40 Individual152 186 22.52 Jason Flood Walker Individual153 236 22.55 Catherine Gallagher SW Individual26 June 2014 Page 5 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club154 114 22.55 Margaret Mc Glynn SW Individual155 176 22.59 ita Mc Gettigan W40 Milford A C156 592 22.59 Kealan Dunleavey Walker Individual157 63 23.00 Sean Mc Devitt M40 Individual158 64 23.04 Mary Gallagher W50 Individual159 17 23.06 Rosaleen Doherty W35 Letterkenny A C160 139 23.16 Mark Scott SM Individual161 607 23.20 Evelyn Mc Geehan W40 Finn Valley A C162 160 23.21 Pauline Sweeney W40 Individual163 613 23.21 Aidan Dorrian JM Individual164 192 23.22 Adrian Hards M40 Individual165 328 23.23 Neil Martin Walker Individual166 518 23.28 Tara Callaghan SW Individual167 721 23.28 Gary Mc Monagle SM Individual168 583 23.30 Conor Gallagher Walker Individual169 129 23.31 Martin Langan M40 Convoy170 512 23.33 Sinead Campbell SW Individual171 247 23.34 John Mc Ginley M60 Individual172 663 23.36 Marie Mullen W40 Individual173 107 23.37 Grace Friel W40 Milford A C174 174 23.37 Angela Mc Namee SW Individual175 20 23.43 Mark Doherty JM Individual176 25 23.44 Kieron Boyle M40 Individual177 96 23.45 Gloria Donaghey W55 Finn Valley A C178 526 23.46 Francesca patton SW Convoy179 505 23.47 amanda Mc Nulty W35 24/7 Triathlon180 75 23.48 Danny Gallagher M40 Individual181 61 23.49 Phillip Connolly M60 Letterkenny A C182 201 23.50 Jonathan Wilson SM Individual183 536 23.51 Arthur Lynch SM Individual184 273 23.51 Sean Collum Walker Individual26 June 2014 Page 6 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club185 529 23.52 Jack Brennan SM Individual186 9 23.52 Thomas Simmons SM Individual187 657 23.52 Denise Mc Gahern SW Finn Valley A C188 218 23.53 Alison Studdart SW Individual189 651 23.54 Mairead Jennings W40 Individual190 321 23.55 Reid Kelly Walker Individual191 641 23.56 mark Gildea SM Individual192 353 24.00 Danny McFadden Walker Individual193 658 24.04 marie Mc Colgan W40 Finn Valley A C194 223 24.07 Lisa Mc Glynn SW Individual195 500 24.10 Brian Doherty Walker 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Danielle Boyce Walker Individual477 267 38.05 Eileen Boyce Walker Individual478 49 38.06 Kitty Hall W35 Individual479 309 38.17 Orla Mc Daid Walker Individual480 387 38.17 Grace Gallagher Walker Individual481 546 38.18 Claire McConnell Walker Individual482 338 38.26 Caroline Mc Monagle Walker Individual483 680 39.16 Hannah Hopkins Walker Individual484 643 39.17 Siobhan Hopkins W35 Individual485 681 39.17 Catherine Hopkins Walker Individual486 182 39.17 John Wallace Walker Individual487 596 39.26 Catherine Canning Walker Individual488 552 39.27 Karen Duddy Walker Individual489 551 39.27 Laura Duddy Walker Individual490 685 39.30 Evelyn Cullen Walker Individual491 298 39.30 Mary Mc Hugh Walker Individual492 710 39.38 Evelyn Cullen Walker Individual493 545 39.40 Rosie Doherty Walker Individual494 133 39.47 Martina Harkin W35 Individual26 June 2014 Page 16 of 21Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club495 132 39.54 Anita O Donnell W35 Individual496 85 39.58 Sean Bonner M35 Individual497 315 39.58 Cathy Mc Glynn Walker Individual498 314 39.59 Damien Mc Glynn Walker Individual499 317 40.10 Harry Mc Glynn Walker Individual500 498 40.13 Pauric Devine Walker Individual501 351 40.13 Lillian Sheridan Walker Individual502 354 40.19 Julia McFadden Walker Individual503 464 40.36 Luke Patton Walker Individual504 702 40.39 Ellen O’Donnell Walker Individual505 183 41.10 Danielle Diver Walker Individual506 474 41.17 Orla Duddy Walker Individual507 423 41.20 Rachel Callaghan Walker Individual508 593 41.21 Lucia Dunleavey Walker Individual509 305 41.31 Caitriona Graham Walker Individual510 284 41.31 Carmel Mc Ginty Walker Individual511 703 41.41 Josephine Callaghan Walker Individual512 417 41.43 Niamh Bonner Walker Individual513 416 41.44 Annemarie Doherty Walker Individual514 346 41.45 Chloe Deeney Walker Individual515 266 41.48 Lara Faul Walker Individual516 707 41.55 Eoghan O’Donnell Walker Individual517 644 41.57 martin O’Donnell M35 Individual518 359 41.58 oisin 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McKenna Walker Individual560 554 45.01 Fionn Black Walker Individual561 580 45.01 Bill Vaughan Walker Individual562 190 45.02 Fidelma McFadden Walker Individual563 332 45.02 Helen Doherty Walker Individual564 333 45.03 Ann Doherty Walker Individual565 578 45.04 Anna Vaughan Walker Individual566 598 45.08 Paddy Gildea Walker Individual567 406 45.09 Nicole Sheridan Walker Individual568 560 45.45 Jamie Spratt Walker Individual569 405 45.56 Eileen McConnell Walker Individual570 367 46.00 Niamh McHugh Walker Individual571 368 46.29 Michaela McHugh Walker Individual572 483 46.29 Barry McBrearty Walker Individual573 584 46.30 Rosaleen McDaid Walker Individual574 585 46.30 Pauline Callan Walker Individual575 489 47.00 Anne McDaid Walker Individual576 364 47.04 Cody Friel Walker Individual577 481 47.05 Nadine McBrearty Walker Individual578 499 47.16 Aoife Devine Walker Individual579 408 47.16 Lily O’Connor Walker Individual580 407 47.20 Siobhan McCloone Walker Individual581 409 47.24 Patrick 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49.36 Jade McCollum Walker Individual623 386 49.37 Aine Donnelly Walker Individual624 381 49.43 Brid Kelly Walker Individual625 562 49.48 Nora Magee Walker Individual626 589 49.48 Sue McGlynn Walker Individual627 180 50.05 Patricia McMonagle Walker Individual628 704 50.22 Siobhan Duddy Walker Individual629 296 51.22 Orlaith Maguire Walker Individual630 382 51.36 Eileen Donnelly Walker Individual631 385 51.36 Niamh Donnelly Walker Individual632 425 51.57 Kathleen McDaid Walker Individual633 252 51.57 Margaret Rose Scott Walker Individual634 689 52.00 Hannah Patton Walker Individual635 295 52.08 Mary Temple Walker Individual636 310 52.26 Teresa Mc Devitt Walker Individual637 287 52.26 Roisin Kelly Walker Individual638 714 52.26 Margaret McGlynn Walker Individual639 571 52.32 Clodagh Duddy Walker Individual640 684 52.32 Cora Duddy Walker Individual641 559 52.33 Ollie Fitzpatrick Walker Individual642 569 52.33 Patricia Fitzpatrick Walker IndividualPICTURE SPECIAL AND RESULTS FROM THE GLENSWILLY 5K was last modified: June 26th, 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)Tags:5kathleticsglenswillynewspicture specialSportlast_img read more

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Rowing Finishes Successful First Day of Lubbers Cup

first_imgVarsity 4 A ResultsAfternoon1. Drake 8:11.42. Marquette 8:26.63. Ohio State 9:21.2 Drake closes the Lubbers Cup Sunday morning with another set of varsity 8 and 2nd varsity 8 races along with three varsity 4 races. Varsity 8 ResultsMorning Session1. Drake 6:42.32. GVSU 6:50.03. Marquette 7:30.5Afternoon Session1. Drake 6:47.42. Purdue 6:51.43. Ohio State 7:13.6 2nd Varsity 8 ResultsMorning Session1. Drake 7:05.32. GVSU 7:12.8Afternoon Session1. Drake 7:14.42. Purdue 7:19.1 2nd Varsity 8+ LineupMiranda Peterson (cox)Ingrid McNeelySarah LarsonJulie ShipleyAudrey BaumeisterLindsay FinnellMelanie DahlstromMadison CoffmanElise Nikolic Varsity 4 A ResultsMorning Session1. EMU 7:53.32. Drake 7:59.63. Illinois 8:25.4 Saturday Lineups/ResultsVarsity 8+ LineupLiz Rambhia (cox)Gabrielle BrodekMadison PetersonSarah FrantikJessica RebischkeSarah KonopackiHaley AbramsKerstin DonatShelley Huntercenter_img Varsity 4+ A Lineup (Morning)Cox-Margo BurnardLauren BascioJocelyn RimesRyli SmithMikaela Janes Varsity 4+ B LineupMargo BurnardRyli SmithJocelyn RimesMaddie ShipleyJulie Uram Varsity 4+ A Lineup (Afternoon)Liz RambhiaMolly PackerLauren BascioMikaela JanesDaniele Nitkowski ResultsAfternoon1. Purdue 7:55.12. Illinois 8:31.03. Drake 8:48.04. Marquette 9:14.5 Print Friendly Version SPRING LAKE, Mich. – The Drake University rowing team opened its 2017 season at the Lubbers Cup on Saturday on a 2,000-meter course on Spring Lake.Drake was led by its varsity 8+ and 2nd varsity 8+ boats that took first place in both the morning and afternoon session races. The Bulldogs’ varsity boat defeated host Grand Valley State and Marquette in the morning and then defeated Purdue and Ohio State in the afternoon. The 2nd varsity boat defeated Grand Valley in the morning and Purdue in the afternoon. Drake’s varsity 4 A boat also claimed first place in its afternoon race. It was a busy day as the Bulldogs had two other varsity 4 boats compete.last_img read more

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Donegal B&B proves well above par for golf star Rory

first_imgA Donegal Bed and Breakfast which was hit by last year’s torrential flood received a huge boost after golfer Rory McIlroy stayed there for the Irish Open.Riversdale luxury B&B outside Carndonagh played host to Rory and his staff during the amazing event at Ballyliffin last week.The six-bedroomed house is owned by Sharon and Wilson Moore. It was a finalist in the 2017 Irish Bed and Breakfast fo the Year Awards.As well as having stunning accommodation, Riversdale also boats a working farm with lots of animals.However, the couple’s Bernese Mountain dog, Jessie, was understood to be a particularly big hit with the McIlroys.Cllr. Seamus O’Domhnaill, Cathaoirleach Donegal County Council presenting Rory McIlroy with painting by local artist Sharon McDaid in recognition of hosting the 2018 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in Ballyliffin with Seamus Neely, Chief Executive Donegal County Council.Donegal B&B proves well above par for golf star Rory was last modified: July 13th, 2018 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:CarndonaghRiversdale B&Brory mcilroylast_img read more

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