Iker Muniain, expelled in the derby against Real Sociedad, and Dani García, who saw the fifth card of the season at the Reale Arena, will lose the match by penalty of the twenty-fourth day of LaLiga which will face Athletic Club with Osasuna next Sunday in San Mamés (18.30 hours).In the case of Muniain, what He received the first red of the season for Athletic after a hard entry to Mikel Oyarzabal in the final stretch of the match, You can play Wednesday in the semifinal of the Cup against Granada if you are punished with one to three penalty games.Dani Garcia, meanwhile, his first game of the season will be lost against Osasuna after having played in the 23 games played. All of them as holder except for this derby before the Royal, in which He left the field in the 62nd minute instead of Beñat.That first hour of the match that the midfielder missed leaves Kiko Olivas, of Real Valladolid, and to Martin Valjent, from Mallorca, like the úThe only field players who have played until now all the minutes of competition. On the other hand, Iñaki Williams continues to accumulate consecutive games, although in San Sebastián he was substitute after 44 consecutive days forming in the initial eleven. The last time the game started on the bench was on December 17, 2018 against Deportivo Alavés in Mendizorroza.The Bilbao striker, author of the rojiblanco goal in Anoeta, already has 142 consecutive league games.Williams started this series on April 20, 2016, in a match against Atlético de Madrid in San Mamés, and since then participated in the four remaining meetings of this campaign, in all of the 2016-2017, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons and in the 23 days of the current 2019-2020.In addition to those of Muniain and Dani García, the Athletic will also have before Osasuna the loss of the injured Oscar de Marcos and will have to see the evolution of Yuri Berchiche and Raúl García, who missed the clash against Real because of muscle overloads.On the other hand, before the Navarrese team Gaizka Garitano will recover Iñigo Martínez, go down today in the Real Arena for accumulation of admonitions.
In an effort to further boost the educational needs of students in Zota District, Bong County, citizens from the district residing in the United States, under the banner, “Kponyekpoyah Development Organization (KDO),” recently donated 24 cartons of textbooks to two schools in the district.The consignment included English, Mathematics, General Science, and Geography books, and different types of dictionaries.The presentation was made to the Belefanai Peace Lutheran Mission and the Gorpudolo Boi schools in Belefanai Town by Livingstone Johnny Gbellai, who served as proxy for KDO president, Harry J. Diggs.Mr. Gbellai told the gathering that the books were sent to Liberia by KDO to buttress efforts the Liberian government has instituted to revamp the country’s education system. He said the books were sent to assist schools in that part of the country to build the students’ respective reading skills.He said the main focus of the group was to assist school-aged children in Liberia to improve in their quest to attain quality education. Mr. Gbellai acknowledged challenges in the education sector, but said as a result, members of KDO were very grateful to the government for its initiative to transform the sector.He then commended the schools’ administrators and parents in the district for the level of support through which the schools have been maintained over the years. He urged the parents to attach seriousness to their children’s education by assisting the teachers in preparing them for the larger society. Receiving the donated items, the administrators of the two schools, Johnson Flomo of Gorpudolo Boi and Reverend Emmanuel Todd of Belefanai Peace Lutheran Mission, commended the organization for the items and promised to use the textbooks for the intended purpose. The two encouraged KDO officials in the US to continue assisting schools in rural Liberia for the growth and development of the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Sparendaam, East Coast Demerara (ECD) resident who pounced on a Policeman on Friday last, robbing him of his cellphone and $240 was on Monday jailed.Darren Bailey admitted to robbing Mahendra Doognauth of the cash and phone when he appeared before city Magistrate Judy Latchman at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The charge stated that Bailey carried out the daring robbery on March 2, 2018 on Hinck Street, Georgetown. At the time of the robbery, he was armed with a pair of scissors.In court on Monday, Bailey told the Magistrate he was on the Plaisance Bus Park when he mistook the Police Officer for someone from the interior who reportedly owed him.“I pulled out my scissors to take back my goods,” he told the Court. However, Doognauth made a report and a team comprising a Cadet Officer went to the Stabroek Market area and found Bailey standing under the clock.He was taken into Police custody where he was searched and found to be in possession of the stolen phone. He later admitted to committing the act and was charged.Magistrate Latchman considered the serious nature and prevalence of the offence and sentenced Bailey to 50 months in prison.
Foiled bank robbery… 2 Policemen, others remanded Two Republic Bank employees along with two Policemen and three others who attempted to carry out a daring robbery on the facility were on Friday slapped with several charges including attempted robbery and illegal possession of a firearm with matching ammunition.Those charged are former Republic Bank employees, Jamal Haynes and Shawn Grimond; along with Keron Saunders; Police Constables Anfami Blackman and Gladstone George who all stood before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Shawn GrimondHaynes, who was also shot during the robbery, had six charges brought against him to which he admitted to four.He admitted to being in possession of a 9mm pistol along with matching ammunition for which he was sentenced to four years and fined $90,000 for each.His sentence for these offences will run concurrently.Haynes further admitted to holding Tendulkar Singh hostage on July 4 at Republic Bank, Water Street, Georgetown and was fined $100,000 or a default of six months imprisonment.The accused also admitted to attempting to rob the said bank, for which he was jointly charged along with Saunders, Blackman, George and Grimond. For this offence he was jailed for two years. However this sentence will run consecutively to the other sentences, and as such, he will spend a total of six years in prison.Jamal HaynesHaynes denied the final two charges brought against him, that of discharging a loaded firearm and of robbery which includes the hijacking of a motorcar.That robbery charge alleged that he on July 3, at Sparendaam, East Cost Demerara, while being in the company of others robbed Ryan Anthony Mayers of a car valued at $2.9 million, a cellphone and $19,000. He was remanded to prison on that offence and is to return to the Sparendaam Magistrates’ Courts on August 10 for that matter.During the attempted robbery, Elton Wray, an agronomist, was shot dead by Police.On Friday his cousin, Keron Saunders, had two additional charges read to him – the first charge detailed that on July 4 at Water Street, he had in his possession ten 9MM rounds of ammunition without being a holder of an ammunition licence and also on the same day at the same location, he was found to be in possession of one Taurus pistol without being the holder of a firearm licence.Keron SaundersMeanwhile, when given a chance to speak, Haynes, the bank employee explained that he was not the mastermind and was unaware that Wray, who was killed during the shootout, was planning to rob the bank.He revealed that he was told that they were going to rob someone who was going to be making a large deposit but it was only until they arrived at the financial institution that he realised that they were going to rob the bank.He explained that on the morning of the incident, the guns were given to them by Police Constable Blackman, who was wearing a disguise and who subsequently transported them to the scene.Haynes further stated that after the robbery did not go as planned, he surrendered and yelled to the Police “I am a staff, do not shoot” but took his colleague hostage as Police Officers and security continued to shoot at him.He added that he was able to evade Police for a short while and made his way to the Arcade, Water Street, Georgetown but was however apprehended.Haynes told the court that the gun that was in his possession was given to him by Wray but had no bullets and as such he did not use it.However, contrary to Haynes claims, it was reported by Police that Haynes and Grimond, knew that businesses would have deposited substantial amounts of cash into the chutes during night deposits.Anfami BlackmanAs such, the plan was hatched for the robbers to grab that money which would have been emptied into a canister by a female employee.However, things went awry when the trio broke into the bank on the morning in question, without knowing that they had received a text message from Grimond who was already at work informing them to hold off since the employee who was supposed to open the canister was not at work.At around 07:30h on July 4, Police received a report of a robbery on RBL and responded promptly. The bandits engaged the officers in a shootout which resulted in the death of 23-year-old Wray.Haynes was also shot as he attempted to evade the lawmen. Saunders subsequently surrendered and was taken into Police custody.The others were all implicated in the robbery by Haynes and were later arrested by members of the Major Crime Unit.
The Regional District was presented three options to consider regarding the decision.Option 1: The Regional Board should respond to the referral by reiterating the 1981 position that states the Regional District is opposed to the project unless B.C. Hydro provides the proper compensation, mitigation, and monitoring program measures.Option 2: The Regional Board should notify the OCP that zoning amendments are not required for the Site-C dam.Option 3: The board should refuse the application. Advertisement Local Councilor and Director Lori Ackerman echoed Lantz’s thoughts.She also suggested sending out a letter to B.C. Hydro that states the project is too premature, and that the Regional Board reiterates their 1981 position.[asset|aid=1732|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=b49f19a62baaf60c572176d570139c43-Ackerman 1_4_Pub.mp3]Directors voted unanimously on the refusal, agreeing that the project is too premature to be promised any land.But, the Province has the final say, and the reccommendations will be forwarded for the Province’s consideration. The Peace River Regional District has put forth a reccomendation to the Province to refuse a proposal from B.C. Hydro to acquire crown land for the Site-C dam.The Province asked the PRRD for their comments and reccommendations after BC Hydro had submitted a proposal requesting a ten-year license of Occupation on the Crown Land for the proposed project.If it were approved, B.C. Hydro would use the land to conduct site exploration, and the company would have ‘first dibs’ on the land.- Advertisement -But, Fort St. John Mayor and Director Bruce Lantz says the proposed project is too premature, because an environmental assessment has not even been completed yet.[asset|aid=1731|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=b49f19a62baaf60c572176d570139c43-Lantz -1 _1_Pub.mp3]Lantz says he is also concerned that if BC Hydro acquired the land, it could affect water-based recreation in the proposed zone.Advertisement
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Some call it the most wonderful time of the year, but for more people than you’d think, the winter months and holiday season can bring about feelings of depression and anxiety.“The demands that many place on themselves to attend to and meet the expectations of others may contribute to anxiety and stress,” says Northern Health Clinical Educator Damen DeLeenheer.“On top of all of this, the shorter days and longer nights can lead to Seasonal Affective Disorder, making the holiday season even more difficult to enjoy.”- Advertisement -He says family traditions, festivities and financial problems can be big contributors to those adverse feelings.“If maintaining a tradition isn’t making anyone happy, consider letting it go and creating a new one,” he adds. “This is your holiday, and not the Griswold’s.”In regards to finances, he says the expenses of the holidays can bring on stress, especially when the billed are tallied in the New Year.Advertisement “Setting a budget and tracking how closely you are keeping it can help reduce stress associated with finances.”If you think you may have Seasonal Affective Disorder, or someone you know may have it, DeLeenheer suggests you ask yourself the following questions: ‘Over the past two weeks, have you experienced little interest in doing things? Have you been feeling down, depressed or hopeless?’ If the answer is yes for more than half of the days, he urges considering some support.Northern Health also suggests a healthy diet, staying active, and spending more time outdoors in the sunlight to help combat seasonal affective disorder during the dark, cold winter months.
In an e-mail to The Associated Press, they did not respond to a question about whether they would leave the scene in or take it out.“When we visited with all the actors and their families in Kabul earlier this year, the families addressed their concerns directly with us and said they were fine with the content of the scene, as long as we portrayed it in a sensitive manner,” Walsh and Yeldham told the AP. “We made this a priority and followed their specific instructions.” The visit earlier this year came after the scene was filmed in 2006.“The Kite Runner,” based on the 2003 novel by Afghan-American writer Khaled Hosseini, who lives in San Jose, tells the story of two boys and how their relationship is transformed by the act of violence. The story’s main character, Amir, witnesses the rape of his friend, Hassan, but does nothing to stop it.The film is scheduled for U.S. release in late November. Hosseini’s second best-selling novel, “A Thousand Splendid Suns,” came out earlier this year.Ahmad Khan was paid $10,000 to portray Hassan – a hefty sum in Afghanistan where teachers earn only about $70 per month. But the boy with an endearing, crooked smile said he would never have taken the role had he known Hassan is raped. The family said they found out about the scene only days before it was shot. KABUL, Afghanistan – A 12-year-old Afghan boy starring in the upcoming film “The Kite Runner” fears he and his family could be ostracized or even attacked because of a rape scene that he says he reluctantly acted in – a sequence the family wants cut.Ahmad Khan Mahmidzada plays the role of young Hassan who is raped by a bully in a pivotal part of the best-selling novel, on which the movie is based. His family says the scene will offend Afghans.“In Afghanistan, rape is not acceptable at all. This is against Afghan dignity. This is against Afghan culture,” the boy’s father, Ahmad Jaan Mahmidzada, told The Associated Press. “When we argued, they said ‘We will cut this part of the film. We will take it out of the script. This part will not be in the film.’”The film’s producers, Bennett Walsh and Rebecca Yeldham, said they were surprised by the father’s comments “about not being comfortable with the difficult scene” and that they “have the utmost concern for the welfare” of the boys who were in the film. “They didn’t give me the script. They didn’t give me the story of ‘The Kite Runner.’ If I knew about the story, I wouldn’t have participated as an actor in this film,” he told the AP.The father and son, backed by other Afghans on the set’s location in China, argued with the filmmakers, and the boy refused to act out the scene.Mahmidzada said the director told him: “‘The film will be a mess without this part.’”“But I told him ‘I’m not thinking about your film. I’m thinking about myself,’” he said. “We are Afghan, and this is not acceptable to us at all.”When the filmmakers wanted his son to take off his pants for the shooting, Mahmidzada refused to let him do it. The scene was instead shot with Ahmad Khan wearing his pants.The parents are concerned that Afghans will harass Ahmad Khan if they find out his character is raped.“The people of Afghanistan do not understand that it’s only acting or playing a role in a film. They think it has actually happened,” Mahmidzada said.Ahmad Khan worried that his schoolmates will make fun of him.“It’s not one or two people that I have to explain to,” he said. “It’s all of Afghanistan. How do I make them understand?”If the film is screened in Afghanistan, Ahmad Khan said his family will lose its dignity. “We won’t be able to walk in our neighborhood or in Afghanistan at all,” the boy said.Mahmidzada worries the story will stir ethnic tensions because it plays on stereotypes of Afghan ethnic groups, pitting a Pashtun bully against a lower-class Hazara boy.Pashtuns, Afghanistan’s largest ethnic group, and the Hazara minorities were among several ethnic-based factions that fought bitterly during the country’s post-Soviet era civil war. Thousands of Hazaras were slain as the predominantly Pashtun Taliban seized power in the mid-1990s.Ethnic violence has generally subsided since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, but Afghans fear any trigger that could revive tensions. Many Afghans were angered by the 2006 Indian film “Kabul Express,” which portrays Hazara militants as brutal and thuggish.“There are ethnic problems in Afghanistan – between Hazara, Pashtun, Tajik and other ethnic groups,” Mahmidzada said. “We don’t want any problem between any ethnic group in Afghanistan. We want unity among all ethnic groups in Afghanistan.”Manizha Naderi, an Afghan-American working in Kabul, said that if the film gets a lot of publicity, the family has reason for concern.“If people don’t see it, then nobody knows, but if people see it, then … they’ll blame the family and say, ‘You’re giving Afghans a bad name,’” Naderi said.Mahmidzada said the company has promised to take care of his family if anything happens to them as a result of the film.“I’m afraid for the security of my son, and for the security of my family,” he said. “I’m not only concerned about threats from my neighbors or relatives. I’m concerned about threats from all Afghan people.”Although he did not particularly like playing the rape scene, Ahmad Khan enjoyed shooting the film and wants to act more.His suggestion to the film company? “They should take us out of Afghanistan.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Will Buckley Leeds have completed the formalities of Will Buckley’s loan move from Sunderland.Buckley, 25, who has been training with Leeds this week, has finalised an emergency loan deal that will keep him at Elland Road until January 2 and could make his debut in the home game against Birmingham on Saturday.Sunderland paid £2.5million to take Buckley to Wearside in August 2014 and although he made a total of 25 appearances for them in his first season, he has yet to feature for the Black Cats in the current campaign.He told Leeds’ official website: “I wanted to go out and get some games at a big club and Leeds was the perfect opportunity for me to do that.“There was interest in the summer but after the transfer window closed Leeds were still there and they showed they were keen to get me.“I was keen to come here and eventually it got sorted out, which I was pleased about.“Even though the loan deal didn’t start until this week, I was glad to get with the lads and get training. It feels like a fresh start for me.“I’ve got a point to prove that I can get back to the Premier League. To play games and to perform well is my aim now.”Buckley becomes the ninth player signed by head coach Uwe Rosler, who added: “We have some real options in the wide areas now and some good competition for places.“Will used his first week to get to know everybody, the players, the coaches and the place.“He’s made a good impression. I think he’s settled into the group quickly.“You can see the quality he’s got. He’s an established, well-known player who knows the Championship.“He has been in the Premier League. You can see the way he moves, the way he passes, his speed and his touches – these are all qualities that we were looking to improve in our squad.”
The Road Safety Authority Shuttle bus and roll-over car visited Mulroy College for three days.The event was organised to raise awareness of road safety among students.All students had the opportunity to visit the bus, experience a driving simulator, test their reaction time for braking and lots more. Students over 16 years experienced what it would be like in an accident if a car rolled over, they received a talk on the correct way to put on and wear a seat belt in order to minimise injuries in an accident.Younger students received a demonstration with dummies representing people in the car showing the importance of ensuring everybody wears a seat belt when travelling.During the three days Ms Louise Clara, Road Safety Promotion Officer, visited the school where she gave presentations on road safety to all students from first to 6th year. Local Gardaí were also in attendance at the talks.We spoke to two fifth year students, Caoimhe Blaney and Amy Mc Laughlin after coming off the roll-over car. Caoimhe said “it was so scary, to feel that my body had no control. The blood rushed to my head as the car turned but I could do nothing to help. I can only imagine what it would have been like there was speed involved.”Amy said “I loved trying the braking speed, but I was really bad at it. IT takes a lot of concentration when driving. I will not be speeding when I start driving and will be telling my family all about it”.The school committee would like to thank staff of the RSA, Mr Brian O Donnell, Road Safety Officer with Donegal County Council and the local Gardaí for their help in securing the visit. SCHOOL ON RIGHT ROAD AS SAFETY BUS VISITS MULROY COLLEGE was last modified: March 11th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalMulroy Collegeroad safety bus
MORE than 550 people took part in the Kilmacrennan 5k this evening.Foyle Valley’s Cathal McLaughlin was the first runner over the line in a great time of 16:47, a minute ahead of Letterkenny AC’s Joe English.The results of 220 runners over the line are below: Kilmacrennan 2012 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 44 16.47 Cathal McLaughlin M35+ Foyle Valley2 141 17.47 Joe English M50+ Letterkenny A C 3 73 17.48 Jude O’ Donnell SM Individual4 234 17.54 Mathew Mc Dowell SM 24/7 Triathlon5 242 18.10 Michael Logue SM Cranford A C6 190 18.17 Anthony J. Boyce M40+ Cranford A C7 201 18.33 Paul McIntyre SM 24/7 Triathlon 8 176 18.45 Lee Gildea SM Letterkenny A C9 146 18.57 Christopher Murray SM Cranford A C10 207 19.03 Raymond Birch SM N.I.E.11 122 19.28 Denis Sheils SM Individual 12 222 19.30 Barry Coyle SM Individual13 120 19.32 Paul O’ Gara M40+ 24/7 Triathlon14 154 19.35 James McSharry JM N.I.E.15 51 19.36 James Gibbons M50+ Finn Valley A C16 123 19.43 Kevin Toner M60+ Letterkenny A C17 67 19.45 Keane Ryan SM Individual18 136 19.46 Martin McCabe SM N.I.E.19 56 19.48 Nathan Fowell SW Individual20 178 19.51 Paul McMonagle SM Letterkenny A C21 71 19.52 Raymond Mc Gahey M40+ Individual22 162 20.05 Tommy McBride SM N.I.E.23 140 20.08 Anthony McDaid SM N.I.E.24 203 20.10 Dale Gallagher M40+ N.I.E.25 85 20.12 Conor Mc Gonagle M40+ Finn Valley A C26 86 20.22 John O’ Doherty SM Individual27 211 20.23 Hugh Ferry SM N.I.E.28 245 20.30 Stewart Mc Gee SM Individual29 114 20.30 Conor Moore SM Individual30 220 20.33 Brian Doherty SM Individual31 177 20.38 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A C32 1 20.43 Mel O Donnell SM Rosses A.C.33 91 20.46 Tony Gallgher M40+ Finn Valley A C34 172 20.50 Liam Doherty SM N.I.E.35 80 20.53 Patrick Carr SM Individual36 90 20.53 Paddy gallgher M40+ Lifford A C37 89 20.57 Michael Mc Hugh SM Individual38 65 20.58 Nicola Doherty SW Individual39 205 21.00 Charlie Harvey SM N.I.E.40 42 21.05 Shane Doherty JM Individual41 93 21.05 Eoin Kelly JM Cranford A C42 213 21.08 Gerald Devine SM N.I.E.43 173 21.09 Philip Buchanan SM N.I.E.44 62 21.10 Hugh Gallagher M50+ Letterkenny A C45 151 21.11 Michael O’Hara SM N.I.E.46 124 21.12 Anthony Moore M60+ Individual47 92 21.13 Cliodhna Dunne SW Finn Valley A C48 88 21.19 Ciaran Mc Hugh SM Individual49 168 21.23 Paul McGettigan SM N.I.E.50 129 21.23 Manus Peoples M50+ N.I.E.51 215 21.37 Deirdre Diver SW Rosses A.C.52 106 21.39 Hugh O’ Donnell M50+ Individual53 63 21.42 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill A C54 60 21.50 Joseph Casey M40+ Individual55 186 21.57 Bridget Mohan SW Inishowen A C56 11 22.19 James Doherty SM Individual57 196 22.21 Evan Hewitt JM N.I.E.58 94 22.23 Eunan Mc Bride M50+ Individual59 202 22.40 Joseph McConnell SM N.I.E.60 18 22.43 Ciaran Gallagher M40+ Individual61 76 22.43 Eamon Mc Cathal M40+ Individual62 171 22.44 Cornelius McMullan SM N.I.E.63 111 22.48 Dermot Gallagher SM Individual64 170 22.52 Garvin Patterson SM N.I.E.65 180 22.55 James Whoriskey SM N.I.E.66 13 22.56 Aidan Canon SM Milford A C67 183 22.57 Sharon Black SW Letterkenny A C68 194 22.59 Mark Irwin JM N.I.E.69 192 23.00 Shane Irwin JM Letterkenny A C70 59 23.00 Stephen Stewart SM Individual71 210 23.05 Danny mcDaid M60+ Letterkenny A C72 9 23.18 Lauren Mc Elwine JW Individual73 7 23.33 Gemma Mc Fadden JW Individual74 214 23.41 Stephen McPhilemy SM N.I.E.75 216 23.42 Nancy McNamee W40+ Finn Valley A C76 134 23.47 Noel McCormick M35+ N.I.E.77 182 23.49 Pauris McMullen SM N.I.E.78 185 23.52 Tony Toye JM N.I.E.79 133 23.52 Serena McDaid SW N.I.E.80 179 23.55 Nat doherty M40+ N.I.E.81 84 23.58 eddie mc fadden M50+ Individual82 69 23.59 Trevor Gorman SM Individual83 35 24.12 Gerard Dorrian M40+ Individual84 163 24.16 Suzanne McCloskey SW N.I.E.85 191 24.25 Gerard Doherty M40+ N.I.E.86 246 24.26 Debbie Houston SW Individual87 81 24.26 Liam A Friel SM Individual88 150 24.29 Charlie Joe McGinley M45+ Letterkenny A C89 58 24.30 Ciaran Sweeney SM Individual90 197 24.33 Jordan Hewitt JM N.I.E.91 199 24.34 Matthew Hanlon JM N.I.E.92 126 24.35 Sonia Moore SW Individual93 174 24.40 Dermot McGettigan M40+ N.I.E.94 87 24.48 Robbie Cameron M40+ Individual95 217 24.49 Mary Bond W50+ Finn Valley A C96 104 24.58 David Mc Cann SM Individual97 108 25.01 Barry Tinney W40+ Individual98 135 25.06 Joe mcDaid M40+ N.I.E.99 212 25.16 John Paul Gallagher SM N.I.E.100 193 25.20 Ryan Stewart JM N.I.E.101 8 25.22 Colette Mc Elwaine SW Individual102 97 25.27 Brid Mc Ginty SW Individual103 31 25.28 Patricia Nulty M40+ Individual104 112 25.29 Kevin Gormley JM Individual105 113 25.30 Eunan Gormley M40+ Individual106 156 25.32 Arthur Lynch SM N.I.E.107 53 25.33 sonia Doherty SW Individual108 19 25.34 Malachy Dunleavy M40+ Individual109 41 25.40 Ann Doherty M35+ Individual110 157 25.44 Daryn Lynch JM N.I.E.111 132 25.44 Josie Lawlor W50+ N.I.E.112 79 25.45 Paddy Gallagher SM Individual113 169 25.46 Zara Ahern SW N.I.E.114 121 25.52 Paul Gallagher SM Individual115 218 25.53 Suzanne Gallagher SW Cranford A C116 204 25.55 Mac Walsh SM N.I.E.117 149 26.12 Sean Quinn M50+ N.I.E.118 115 26.29 Ryan Moore SM Individual119 109 26.36 Hazel Mc Fadden SW Individual120 54 26.41 Danielle Faye SW Individual121 72 26.45 Donna Carr SW Individual122 209 26.47 Nial Doran SM N.I.E.123 184 26.48 Annette Toye M40+ N.I.E.124 78 26.50 Conor Ferguson SM Individual125 82 26.59 stacey hegarty SW Individual126 57 27.14 Tony O’ Donnell SM Individual127 6 27.26 Adam Mc Kinley SM Individual128 102 27.31 Sharon Molloy SW Individual129 101 27.31 Neasa Mc Bride SW Individual130 12 27.39 Adam Stewart JM Individual131 99 27.41 Sarorla Mc Garrigle SW Individual132 98 27.42 nadine Crawford SW Individual133 66 27.51 Ann Tinney W40+ Individual134 105 27.52 Niall O’ Shaghnessy SM Individual135 137 27.55 Andrea Currin SW N.I.E.136 138 27.55 Jennifer Gardiner SW N.I.E.137 83 27.56 roisin o donnell SW Individual138 100 28.00 Michaela Dunleavy SW Individual139 30 28.10 Denis Sheridan M50+ Individual140 95 28.11 Annette Sweeney SW Individual141 198 28.12 Luke Hanlon JM N.I.E.142 107 28.12 Susie Tinney SW Individual143 147 28.15 Mary Martin W50+ Finn Valley A C144 96 28.23 Mary T Gallagher SW Individual145 116 28.26 Chloe Moore JW Individual146 219 28.27 Declan Friel SM Individual147 166 28.31 Elaine McBride SW N.I.E.148 119 28.32 Zack Gorman JM Individual149 165 28.34 Louise Duddy SW N.I.E.150 175 28.42 Catherine Dwyer SW N.I.E.151 74 28.45 Patricia Mc Grenra SW Individual152 200 28.48 Maureen Doherty W40+ Rosses A.C.153 188 28.52 Caroline Toye SW N.I.E. Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club154 189 28.54 Sadie Toye SW N.I.E.155 34 28.55 Maurice Downey JM Individual156 27 29.03 Nakita Collier JW Individual157 145 29.04 Lorna McGettigan SW N.I.E.158 46 29.11 Molly Page JW Individual159 110 29.13 Rosanna Byrne SW Individual160 131 29.13 Annie Sheridan SW N.I.E.161 23 29.24 Nora Doherty JW Individual162 10 29.25 Anne Doherty SW Individual163 39 29.30 Geraldine Flood SW Individual164 167 29.37 Nicole Connolly SW N.I.E.165 2 29.45 Danny Lynch SM Individual166 128 29.46 Cathleen Grier JW N.I.E.167 127 29.47 Monica Grier M40+ N.I.E.168 118 29.50 Alfie Mc Hale M50+ Individual169 148 30.01 Lorna O’Donnell W50+ N.I.E.170 152 30.09 Mary Jo Kingston SW N.I.E.171 32 30.11 Darin Ferry M40+ Individual172 4 30.14 Treasa Mc Daid SW Individual173 130 30.15 Mairead Mangan SW N.I.E.174 3 30.30 Brigid Friel SW Individual175 159 30.47 Aine Molloy SW N.I.E.176 70 30.49 Shane Hegarty JM Individual177 158 30.50 Rose McDaid SW N.I.E.178 64 30.53 marjorie Russell SW Individual179 40 31.05 Sally Ann Mc Fadden SW Individual180 117 31.07 Nigel Keown SM Individual181 49 31.08 Michelle Mc kinney SW Individual182 187 31.10 Grace Bonner SW N.I.E.183 75 31.13 Mick Murphy M50+ Individual184 36 31.15 Aodhan Dorrian SM Individual185 161 31.37 Mairead Campbell SW N.I.E.186 50 31.49 Shauna Giles SW Individual187 208 32.06 Mary duddy SW N.I.E.188 103 32.09 Sandra Mc Cann SW Individual189 5 32.25 Marie Lynch SW Individual190 164 32.26 Siobhan Duddy SW N.I.E.191 143 32.28 Siobhan McLaughlin SW N.I.E.192 14 32.48 Marie Malon JW Individual193 155 32.59 Sheena Stewart W45+ N.I.E.194 33 33.13 Hannah Downey JW Individual195 47 33.25 Kelly Logue SW Individual196 17 33.43 Ciara Mc Elwaine JW Individual197 48 34.21 Yvonne Mc Fadden SW Individual198 37 34.24 Michelle Mc Dain SW Individual199 206 34.30 Rose Gallagher SW N.I.E.200 38 34.31 Kathyrn Anne Kelly SW Individual201 15 34.59 Rebecca Davis JW Individual202 22 35.19 Conal Doherty JM Individual203 153 35.24 Fidelma McBrearty SW N.I.E.204 16 35.28 Nicole Curran JW Individual205 24 35.38 Patricia Doherty JW Individual206 21 35.53 John Joe Doherty JM Individual207 29 35.53 Adam Mc Elwaine JM Individual208 52 36.04 Veronica Doherty SW Individual209 139 36.05 Lorraine McGarvey SM N.I.E.210 181 36.10 Dolores McDaid SW N.I.E.211 160 36.15 Catriona Costello SW N.I.E.212 28 36.25 Klye Hegarty JM IndividualTotal Runners: 21215 May 2012 Page 7 of 7ATHLETICS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE KILMACRENNAN 5K? was last modified: May 17th, 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 (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ATHLETICS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE KILMACRENNAN 5K?