first_img SUBJECT TO APPROVAL Ahead of Jamaica’s 55th Independence celebrations next year, Minister of Culture, Gender Affairs, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, has revealed that statues of decorated Olympians Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce will be commissioned as part of the National Stadium Statue Park’s development plans. According to Grange, a total of four statues will be commissioned. The others are for former men’s 100m record holder Asafa Powell and multiple Olympic medallist, Veronica Campbell-Brown. “The ministry will commission four statues over the next two years for the following athletes – Usain Bolt, Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, Veronica Campbell-Brown and Asafa Powell,” said Grange. “The first two statues of Usain and Shelly-Ann will be completed in time for the Jamaica 55 Independence celebrations next year and the other two statues of Veronica Cambell-Brown and Asafa Powell for the following year,” she continued. Grange was speaking during a programme of celebration for Rio Olympians and Paralympians, at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston, yesterday, adding the statues will be of the athletes’ liking. “Of course, the images will be subject to the approval of each athlete and the sculptor who is commissioned to do the work is the same sculptor who did the work for the Herb McKenley statue,” she pointed out of Basil Watson. The development plan for Independence Stadium Complex, which will include the national sports museum, according to Grange, will be done on a phased basis over a period of two years. “There are other plans that are in the works, but at this time I will hold those announcements for the future,” informed Grange. “I will emphasise that what we are doing is not just about celebrating the achievements of our athletes by having a big party, but we also will ensure that we have legacy projects that will be a lasting tribute to their achievements,” Grange stressed. She was speaking in reference to the Heroes weekend celebrations (October 14-16) for Olympians and Paralympians from the Rio Games, recently .last_img read more

first_imgGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Barely three months after their first fight, Saruta and Pacio are once again set to face each other on April 12 at Mall of Asia Arena in the co-main event of ONE: Roots of Honor.Pacio, who’ is4-0 on Philippine soil, said fighting in the capital region gives him a big boost and he’s willing to risk it all to once again lift the championship in front of fellow Filipinos.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“Manila has been very good to me, I feel very motivated every time I hear the crowd cheering and chanting my name,” said Pacio (13-3). “The feeling is priceless and it gives me added strength both physically and mentally.”“I’m very motivated heading into this match, I won’t let my fans down.” View comments Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Defeated Novak Djokovic will regroup at Indian Wells doubles Pacio’s loss to Saruta (19-8-3) was as close as it could ever be with the Japanese winning the fight via split decision.This decision did not bode well with ONE Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong who demanded an immediate rematch.Pacio added that with the Philippine crowd behind him, he knows he could not let his own country down.“To become a World Champion again is fulfilling as an athlete, but to do it in front of your hometown crowd is beyond special,” said Pacio. “I’ll do my best to capture the ONE World strawweight title, I want my fans to be proud of me.”ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Joshua Pacio. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOMANILA, Philippines—Joshua Pacio was in unfamiliar territory when he lost his coveted ONE World strawweight title to Yosuka Saruta back in January after the two fought in Jakarta this past January.Team Lakay’s youngster was barely four months into his reign when he lost the strap to Saruta but the 23-year-old Pacio vowed that he’d get his belt back and this time it’s in front of his countrymen.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazillast_img read more

first_imgCarpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?center_img 2019 Fiba World Cup: Philippines joins Serbia, Italy, Angola in Group D MOST READ Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption LATEST STORIES View comments Yeng Guiao coaches Gilas Pilipinas. Photo from Fiba.basketballIt may not exactly be the “Group of Death,” but Gilas Pilipinas still fell into a very tough group that had coach Yeng Guiao describing his boys as “the overwhelming underdogs.”Team Philippines fell into Group D together with Angola, Italy and 2014 World Cup runner-up Serbia after glitzy proceedings held Saturday night in Shenzhen, China.ADVERTISEMENT READ: 2019 Fiba World Cup: Philippines joins Serbia, Italy, Angola in Group D“We are the overwhelming underdogs against any of those teams,” Guiao said over the phone. “But we won’t go there just to participate. We will give a good account of ourselves.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsTeam USA, which is trying to become the first side to win the World Cup three straight times, is in Group E and is listed as the favorite to triumph.Top Asian team Australia is in Group F together with Canada, Senegal and Lithuania. The World Cup starts Aug. 31 and will be played in eight cities in China until Sept. 15. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

first_imgAs the fight against the deadly Ebola virus disease intensifies across the country, Liberia’s leading radio talk show hosts, Henry Costa, Darius Dillon, Frederick Anderson, along with Montserrado County senatorial hopeful Benjamin Sanvee, have donated food and non-food items to Ebola patients at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital in Monrovia.The items donated on Monday, September 1, by the group included rice, beddings, buckets, drums, Aluminum tubs and chlorox.Others items included paper plates, spoons, towels and brooms etc.Presenting the items to the Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) at JFK, Mr. Costa, who is the general manager of Sancos Media Group Inc/Voice FM 102.7, said the donation is their own way of identifying with some Liberians who had been affected by the deadly Ebola epidemic.”It is now time that everyone galvanize their support to our people,” Costa said. “We can’t sit there and see Liberians suffering and dying from this ugly virus.  We need to help as concerned citizens of this country.”Mr. Costa, Liberia’s eminent radio talk show host, emphasize that the virus had claimed many lives and that everyone has to do what he/she can in order to kick this virus out of the country.“So, on behalf of my family and friends who gathered their minimal resources together to identify with you (Ebola patients) during this time of our health crisis, we say we are there for you no matter what happens.  We will tell them the truth,” he pledged.Also speaking, Montserrado County Senatorial hopeful, Benjamin Sanvee,  thanked the health workers for their sacrifice in ensuring that the lives of other Liberians are saved.“You are putting your life at risk and we don’t have anything to give back in return. All we have to say is thank you for your humanitarian service to our people,” Mr. Sanvee told the  health workers.For his part, Mr. Darius Dillon also acknowledged the effort of the health workers and hoped that the government will began to give more support to fight the virus.In response to the donation, a Ugandian Medical consultant hired by World Health Organization and assigned at the Ebola Treatment Unit at JFK lauded the the group for their support shown to their kinsmen and assured them the  donations would be used for their intended 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

first_img… as Education Minister given preview of recordsChartered accountant and prominent lawyer, Christopher Ram has noted with concern the announcement by Government that its Finance Ministry has records of private schools’ tax information and has since called for clarity.Ram raised the issue when he made a contribution to the consultation between Government and stakeholders on the removal of the Value Added Tax (VAT) on private education.The accountant highlighted that the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is the only body in Guyana that should have tax records of taxpayers and that any such information must be confidential.Education Minister, Dr Rupert Roopnaraine, in defending the need to charge an education tax on private schools, said records in the Finance Ministry show that many of the institutions have been slipping on their tax requirements.“The records from the Ministry of Finance demonstrate that the schools are able to absorb the VAT. Of the private schools that are operating in Guyana, 57 per cent of them are currently registered with the GRA,” the Minister said as he began disclosing some statistics regarding the status private institutions in the country with respects to paying taxes.But, Ram challenged the Minister’s presentation and contended that neither he nor any Government official should be privy to tax records of taxpayers.“I’m not aware that the Ministry of Finance is in anyway a regulator of schools in Guyana and the situation was compounded when he said the Government has information on the schools that are not paying taxes. That’s a very serious statement to make, only the GRA has that information and the GRA and its officers are under a statutory duty of secrecy and confidentiality when it comes to information on any taxpayer,” he stated.Ram further told <<>> on Saturday during a telephone interview that he finds the statement “disturbing” and that it would be best for the Minister to clarify what he meant.“I think it’s in the interest of the integrity of the GRA that that statement be clarified because the GRA has a rule that it ought not to be giving out information on taxpayers,” he posited.The Education Minister had also disclosed that 10 per cent of private institutions are registered at non-profit organisations, and 14 per cent as profit-making entities.He also revealed that most private schools make approximately over $300,000 in tuition fees per year per person, depending on the level of studies.Dr Roopnaraine said the revenues generated by the top private schools exceed $2 billion annually.He noted that the estimate does not include extra charges by the institutions for additional services.He further announced that there is a high level of noncompliance of the timely submission of the required income, property and corporation returns and the payment of taxes.He said in some cases, teachers are treated as contract employees and employers are not deducting the appropriate NIS and PAYE from their salaries.The Minister also announced that there are incidents of under declaration and inflated expenditure so as to avoid paying taxes. “Payments are made to individuals other than institutions to facilitate these under declarations,” he noted.In this regard, the Minister had argued that “it is clear” that private institutions can absorb VAT without passing it on to the students.Finance Minister Winston Jordan had previously disclosed to the media some information regarding the tax status of private schools in the country.last_img read more

first_imgAfter a few busy days at city hall’s election office early last week, it seems that nominations have stalled out in the local municipal election. Election officers for the city of Fort St. John haven’t received any nomination papers since last Thursday, when incumbent mayor Jim Eglinski and incumbent councillor Bruce Christenson filed their papers. The two were the last incumbents to file, meaning every member of the current council has declared their candidacy in this race. Political newcomers Theresa Mucci-Rodgers and Trevor Bolin have also filed their papers for the position of councillor. No one has yet filed to run against incumbent mayor Jim Eglinski. Nominations close in just under a week.- Advertisement –last_img read more

first_img“\ might help us identify people who might have been there,” Curley said. Before Khounchanh died, his girlfriend and an unidentified man were able to get the dying actor to a nearby car. The three escaped the theater parking lot in a hail of gunfire, authorities said. Khounchanh was pronounced dead at Citrus Valley Hospital in West Covina, authorities said. A problem that detectives face is the reluctance of witnesses to come forward, Curley said. Others are simply lying, he said. A witnesses to the killing, who refused to give his name for fear of retaliation, described a menacing group in the theater clearly on the lookout for trouble. frank.girardot@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811 Ext. 2717 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! COVINA – Detectives are analyzing a video connected to the stabbing death of an aspiring actor earlier this month. The actor, Jimmy Khounchanh, 21, of Baldwin Park was killed outside the AMC Covina 30 Theater on North Azusa Avenue on May 7. “We’re reviewing a videotape,” Covina police Sgt. John Curley said. “There’s other evidence we are reviewing. It’s solvable. But, it’s not going to happen overnight.” Detectives are working to enhance the videotape, which does not show the actual killing. Several men and women who attended the night’s last showing of “Spider-Man 3” at the same time as Khounchanh may have been affiliated with an Asian street gang, authorities said. last_img read more

first_img0Shares0000Nwankwo Kanu says he has suffered the “saddest day” of his life after his career medals vanished from a Lagos property at the centre of a long-running legal battle © AFP/File / THOMAS COEXABUJA, Nigeria, Jan 15 – Nwankwo Kanu said on Tuesday that he had suffered the “saddest day” of his life after finding out every medal won by the former Arsenal and Nigeria star had vanished from a Lagos property of his.Speaking to online outlet The Cable, Kanu lamented the “rude shock” of learning that a host of cherished keepsakes earned over his football career had disappeared from a Lagos property that is at the centre of a long-running legal dispute. “This is the saddest day of my life as I cannot understand why this happened to me,” he said, The Cable reported Kanu as saying.“All the medals I have earned, in addition to the Olympic torch that I cherished, are all gone and I don’t even know who to ask for all these prized assets.”Nigeria Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick confirmed the disappearance of the medals and trophies, saying Nwankwo was “in intense pain” at their loss.“Kanu worked very hard from a humble beginning to accumulate whatever he has today and to earn those precious valuables,” he said in a statement.“We respectfully call on the Nigeria police and other security agencies to work hard at unravelling the perpetrators of this nefarious act.”There was no immediate response from the police in Lagos when contacted by AFP.The disappearance was reportedly linked to a court case about a financial dispute involving a hotel owned by Kanu in the upmarket Victoria Island area of Lagos.Nigerian media reported that the trophies and medals disappeared after the 42-year-old discovered illegal renovation work had been carried out at the property.Kanu was twice CAF African Footballer of the Year and won major trophies with Arsenal, Ajax and Portsmouth.Since retiring from football, he has run the Kanu Heart Foundation, to help young African children with heart defects.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Make sure you dog has a great time this Halloween by following a few simple steps.Dogs Trust, Ireland’s leading dog welfare charity, has reminded dog owners across Donegal to take caution and to look after their pets in the run up to Halloween this coming Saturday.The charity has warned that the celebrations and fun for children and adults this weekend can sadly have serious consequences for your pet dog.By following their top tips for dog safety over Halloween, you can ensure your dog is comfortable and safe throughout the event. Catriona Birt, Operations Manager with Dogs Trust says the most important safety tip we can give dog owners across the country this Halloween is to simply keep your dog indoors from early evening on the 31st and throughout the night.“This will ensure you are preventing a whole other range of challenging issues on the night like the risk of them munching on the wrong treats on the night, the loud noise outdoors and strange faces and costumes, which may cause your dog to react in a way they wouldn’t normally react.’In the wake of National Chipping Month and in the run up to the deadline for compulsory microchipping, Dogs Trust places huge emphasis on ensuring your dog is microchipped on dark and busy nights like Halloween, where the risk of your dog wandering away into new crowds is higher than ever. A microchip will give you and your dog the very best chance of reunification.Dogs Trust has issued some simple tips to help make the firework season less stressful for your four-legged friends; * Walk your dogs before it gets dark.* Keep the treats and sweets away. Give your dog a Kong, jam packed with tasty goodies, which will help keep them distracted. Chewing helps release endorphins for your dog, which in turn leaves them feeling much happier.* Turn up the volume on your TV or radio to drown out scary noises.* Be extra careful when opening the door as you dog may escape* Provide a safe hiding place indoors for your dog to rest. A nice cosy bed to cuddle up in or a crate where they can tuck themselves away in and relax. Make sure your dog has access to this place throughout the week so that they don’t feel too overwhelmed. * Don’t force your dog to wear fancy dress costumes. Dressing up can be frightening for your dog and remember that he/she might not be used to seeing you dressed up with a funny hat, or silly beard – so take caution not to frighten your dog with your attire.* Feed your furry friend before the fireworks begin, that way they can settle down for the evening without all the strange noises putting them off their food.* Distract your dog with their favourite toy. If you’re dog is acting a little anxious or appears stressed, try distract them with their favourite toy! Maybe it’s a rubber chicken, or a fluffy teddy – a fun experience will leave your dog with fond memories of Halloween, rather than memories of fear!DONEGAL DOG OWNERS WARNED ABOUT PREVENTING A ‘RUFF’ HALLOWEEN FOR PETS was last modified: October 27th, 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:dogsdonegalHalloween read more

first_imgA superb crowd of more than 500 walkers and runners took part in the Kilmacrennan National School’s 5K.Ivan Toner who won the Kilmacrennan NS 5KThe race was won by well-known Letterkenny AC athlete Ivan Toner but the real winners on the night were the school and all those who took part.The following is a full list of all those who too part. Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 92 15.53 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 153 17.04 Paul Mc Intyre SM 24/7 Triathlon 3 122 17.08 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C4 155 17.14 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C5 198 17.15 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C6 124 17.31 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C7 52 17.31 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.8 161 17.32 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C 9 216 17.46 Hugh Gallagher SM 24/7 Triathlon10 138 17.50 Peter O Donnell SM Individual11 175 17.51 John Mc Callion SM Individual12 120 17.55 John Conhon SM Individual 13 135 17.56 Patrick John Boyce M40 Cranford A C14 127 18.01 Dara Mc Nulty M40 Foyle Valley15 129 18.02 Jude O Donnell M40 Individual16 154 18.05 Stephen mr JM Individual17 252 18.12 Barry Coyle SM Ramelton18 166 18.37 Eamonn O Donnell SM Individual19 255 18.41 John Whoriskey SM Ramelton20 179 18.47 Damian Mc Bride SM Milford A C21 164 18.48 Darren Price SM Letterkenny A C22 228 18.56 James Mc Fadden JM Individual23 206 18.57 Paul Mc Gettigan SM Milford A C24 93 18.59 Raymond Mc Gahey SM Individual25 254 19.00 Mark Coyle SM Ramelton26 146 19.14 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C27 213 19.15 Gerard Mc Gettigan M50 Milford A C28 141 19.30 Ray Mc Grory M40 Milford A C29 75 19.32 Eoin Kelly JM Individual30 182 19.39 Colly O Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C31 283 19.41 Adrian Gill SM Individual32 184 19.42 Fergus Callaghan SM Individual33 7 19.44 Richard Fitzsimmons JM Individual34 289 19.46 Garvin Patterson SM Individual35 89 19.47 Karim Maguella JM Individual36 192 19.48 Michael mC Hugh SM Milford A C37 238 19.50 Jonathan Edwards SM Individual38 128 19.54 christopher Murray SM Cranford A C39 205 19.55 Terence Boyle SM Individual40 186 19.58 Paul Lynch SM Individual41 142 20.06 Tony Gallagher M40 Finn Valley A C42 203 20.09 David Gordan SM Individual43 139 20.10 Irene Mc Fadden SW Letterkenny A C44 163 20.29 Ryan Mc Fadden JM Individual45 180 20.34 Olly Duffy SM Individual46 95 20.41 Paul Lee M40 Individual47 77 20.42 Oisin Kelly JM Individual48 235 20.48 Austin Marron SM Individual49 160 20.49 Barry Gallagher JM Individual50 273 20.50 Declan Irwin SM Individual51 215 20.59 Mark Canning SM Individual52 104 21.03 Rory Reynolds SM Individual53 181 21.04 Kevin Greenan M50 Individual54 278 21.05 Nuala O Hagan W40 Milford A C55 169 21.06 Hugh Gallagher M60 Letterkenny A C56 279 21.06 Patrick mc Gettigan SM Individual57 288 21.14 Jonny Patterson SM Individual58 43 21.15 Gerard Dorrian M40 Individual59 19 21.16 Evan Keown JM Individual60 134 21.19 Paul Mc Bride SM Individual61 4 21.20 Mark Huston JM Individual62 210 21.22 Ben harkin JM Milford A C63 136 21.23 Paul Mc Guckin M40 Milford A C64 2 21.26 Martin Mc Garvey JM Cranford A C65 14 21.26 Mollie Page JW Letterkenny A C66 118 21.29 Liam Tinney SM 24/7 Triathlon67 281 21.30 Liam Doherty M40 Individual68 197 21.30 Noel Mc Cormick M40 Individual69 110 21.35 James Gibbons M50 Milford A C70 78 21.43 Niamh Kelly JW Individual71 9 21.45 Gemma Mc Fadden JW Letterkenny A C72 46 21.46 Colette Mc Elwaine SW Individual73 99 21.54 Caolán Gallagher JM Individual74 222 21.57 Oliver Harvey SM Individual75 173 21.57 Kieran Murray SM Milford A C76 10 22.01 Michael Simms JM Individual77 133 22.02 Caolan Irwin JM Individual78 562 22.05 Conor Mc Fadden Walker Individual79 25 22.06 Meábh Mc Daid JW Individual80 140 22.07 Kenneth Moore M40 Milford A C81 217 22.08 Stephen Mc Daid SM Individual82 253 22.09 Joe Coyle SM Ramelton83 98 22.11 Niall Burns SM Individual84 59 22.16 James Whoriskey SM Individual85 299 22.17 Grainne Mc Daid SW Individual86 94 22.20 Joseph Casey M40 Individual87 239 22.28 Noel Moore SM Individual88 286 22.28 Declan Coyle SM Individual89 58 22.29 Seamus Ferry M40 Individual90 290 22.32 Rosaleen Doherty SW Letterkenny A C91 49 22.33 Aiden Mc Fadden SM Individual92 598 22.45 Richard Kerr Walker Individual93 221 22.47 Paul sweeney M40 Individual94 524 22.48 Ciara Mc Elwaine Walker Individual95 42 22.53 Donnacha Devenney JM Letterkenny A C96 145 22.53 James Doherty M60 Milford A C97 177 22.58 David Connors SM Individual98 232 23.02 Aidan Kelly SM Individual99 244 23.02 Eddie Mc Fadden M50 Individual100 117 23.04 Dom Gallagher M40 Rosses A.C.101 119 23.04 Imelda Gallagher W40 Individual102 115 23.05 Seamus Sweeney M40 Individual103 190 23.06 Mark Farren SM Individual104 158 23.06 Stephen Mc Shane SM Individual105 261 23.08 Shane Friel SM Milford A C106 80 23.09 Grace Trearty JW Cranford A C107 234 23.12 Noel Mc Bride M50 Individual108 646 23.13 Dylan Mc Fadden Walker Individual109 159 23.14 Michael Conaghan SM Individual110 6 23.14 Oliver Doherty SM Individual111 285 23.15 Pat Ferry M40 Milford A C112 242 23.15 Noel Kilpatrick SM Milford A C113 229 23.21 Martin Langan M40 Convoy114 60 23.25 Clare Molloy SW Individual115 513 23.26 Conor Casey Walker Individual116 57 23.27 Kieran Black JM Individual117 156 23.30 Lisa Doherty SW 24/7 Triathlon118 73 23.34 Damian Egan JM Individual119 262 23.38 Ciaran Friel JM Milford A C120 137 23.42 James Doherty SM Milford A C121 41 23.42 John Pollock M50 Individual122 230 23.44 Frank Mc Gettigan M50 Individual123 123 23.45 John Hughes M50 Individual124 44 23.49 Aodhán Dorrian JM Individual125 17 23.58 Paul Crampsie SM Individual126 263 23.59 Jonathan Wilson SM Individual127 250 24.01 Tommy Ryan JM Individual128 207 24.02 Darina Ferry W40 Milford A C129 191 24.03 Damian Lynch SM Individual130 224 24.05 Martin Ferry SM Individual131 204 24.11 Brendan Mc Elhinney SM Convoy132 249 24.15 Michael Shields JM Individual133 673 24.25 kevin Mc Cafferty Walker Individual134 72 24.25 Pete Doherty SM Individual135 248 24.25 Caroline Shields SW Individual136 284 24.28 Con Mc Mullan M50 Individual137 40 24.30 John Paul Gallagher SM Individual138 256 24.30 Brian Doherty M40 Individual139 587 24.31 Sean Martin Walker Individual140 295 24.36 annette Mc Carron SW Milford A C141 15 24.41 Cian Page JM Individual142 50 24.42 Luke Downey JM Cranford A C143 189 24.47 Trevor Duncan M40 Individual144 282 24.52 Wendy Goodie SW Individual145 121 24.55 anne Mc Ghee W60 Individual146 130 24.57 Lexie Diver M40 Milford A C147 276 24.58 Ciara Crossan SW Individual148 260 25.01 Mary Bond W50 Finn Valley A C149 268 25.02 Paul Mc Cahill M40 Individual150 267 25.10 Brenda Mc Cahill W40 Individual151 102 25.18 Suzanne Mc Closkey SW Individual152 174 25.18 Mark Forester SM Individual153 61 25.19 Mel Mc Kinney SM IndividualPlace Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club154 464 25.20 Allan Neely Walker Individual155 622 25.21 Caolan Curran Walker Individual156 5 25.21 Anne Doherty W40 Individual157 294 25.22 sarah mc carron SW Individual158 24 25.23 Daria Mc Glynn JW Individual159 23 25.24 Vicky Dunlevey W40 Individual160 22 25.25 Malachy Dunlevey M40 Individual161 270 25.26 Declan Breslin M50 Individual162 11 25.27 Gretta Toye SW Individual163 12 25.33 James Toye SM Individual164 226 25.35 Henry Gallagher SM Individual165 48 25.35 Jonn Mc Brearty SM Individual166 79 25.36 Amanda Mc Ginley SW Individual167 194 25.36 David Boyle JM Individual168 227 25.39 Bernie Gallagher SW Milford A C169 214 25.48 Paula Cullen W40 Individual170 193 25.53 Ben Cassidy JM Individual171 35 25.55 Rory Mc Grenra JM Individual172 231 25.55 Eamon Langan JM Convoy173 103 25.56 John Burke M40 Individual174 265 25.57 Claire Simms SW Individual175 87 25.58 Fiona Roddy Mc Daid SM Individual176 88 25.58 Joe Mc Daid SM Individual177 68 25.59 Eoin Watson JM Individual178 447 26.00 Ciaran Mc Cormick Walker Individual179 51 26.00 Nakita Collier JW Letterkenny A C180 116 26.00 Ciaran Sweeney JM Individual181 259 26.00 Pete Davis JM Individual182 209 26.00 Adam Friel SM Individual183 74 26.05 Margaret Gallagher W40 Individual184 287 26.05 Zara Herron SW Individual185 574 26.06 Danny Sandilands Walker Individual186 185 26.10 Lisa Gallagher SW Individual187 47 26.11 Eoghan Mc Elwaine JM Individual188 54 26.14 Bridgeen Doherty SW Individual189 475 26.22 Jack O Neill Walker Individual190 56 26.23 Darragh Murray JM Individual191 81 26.28 Sally Trearty W40 Cranford A C192 76 26.28 Marie Kelly W40 Individual193 474 26.40 Paul O Neill Walker Individual194 523 26.43 John Mc Elwaine Walker Individual195 168 26.44 Naomi Mc Menamin JW Individual196 293 26.52 Martina Mc Grenra SW Individual197 170 26.54 Goretti Sheridan W40 Individual198 162 26.55 Tara Hegarty SW Finn Valley A C199 292 26.55 Cormac Doherty JM Individual200 27 26.56 Eimear Diver SW Individual201 21 27.16 Nigel Keown M40 Individual202 143 27.21 Eileen Toye SW Individual203 269 27.22 Alphie Mc Hale M50 Individual204 29 27.25 Rosemary Russell SW Individual205 240 27.28 Dermot Mc Gettigan M40 Individual206 573 27.31 Shaun Sandilands Walker Individual207 595 27.33 Nessa Irwin Walker Individual208 26 27.34 Sinéad Mc Gettigan JW Individual209 18 27.35 Oran Doherty JM Individual210 149 27.38 Mark Mc Gettigan SM Individual211 90 27.46 paul Mc Nally SM Individual212 509 27.48 Manus O Connell Walker Individual213 600 27.49 andrew kerr Walker Individual214 621 27.51 Sophie Curran Walker Individual215 165 27.52 Sean O Donnell Brown JM Individual216 257 27.55 Eamonn Kerr M40 Individual217 599 28.02 ivan Kerr Walker Individual218 20 28.05 Oisin Forde JM Individual219 503 28.06 Caomhan Kelly Walker Individual220 300 28.10 Noeleen Duggan W40 Individual221 83 28.10 Margo Mc Nally SW Individual222 520 28.11 Eva Mahon Walker Individual223 114 28.12 Denis Sheridan M50 Individual224 671 28.13 Tiarnach Mc Menamin Walker Individual225 236 28.14 Rosaleen Gallagher W40 Individual226 271 28.20 Orla Redmond SW Individual227 30 28.25 Majella Mc Hugh SW Individual228 125 28.28 Claire Murray SW Cranford A C229 694 28.29 Denis Mc Walker Individual230 291 28.29 Mya Alcorn JW Letterkenny A C231 613 28.34 Aaron Quinn Walker Individual232 45 28.40 Molly Maguire JW Individual233 144 28.42 Ann Doherty W60 Milford A C234 183 28.45 Connor Gallagher JM Individual235 518 28.46 Amy Mc Gettigan Walker Individual236 504 28.51 Caolan Mc Hugh Walker Individual237 515 28.52 Maria Sweeney Walker Individual238 668 28.53 John Fitszgerarly Walker Individual239 152 28.54 Nuala Mc Intyre SW Individual240 218 28.58 Sadie Toye W40 Individual241 201 28.59 Laura Lynch SW Individual242 202 29.00 angela gallagher SW Individual243 264 29.07 Maureen Mc Brearty W40 Individual244 39 29.18 Brona Tinney JW Individual245 225 29.22 Eileen Dorrian SW Individual246 171 29.26 Hannah Mc Cloy JW Individual247 172 29.27 jason Peoples SM Convoy248 8 29.28 Aaron Fitzsimmons JM Individual249 580 29.28 Lorcan Doherty Walker Individual250 258 29.31 Allister Grier SM Individual251 16 29.35 Tina Page SW Individual252 84 29.36 Mary Gallagher SW Individual253 37 29.40 Pauline Doherty SW Individual254 243 29.45 Annette Rodgers SW Individual255 71 29.48 Mary Mc Daid SW Individual256 178 29.49 Mary O Donnell W40 Individual257 176 29.49 Shaun O Donnell M50 Lifford A C258 62 29.50 Malachy Mc Kinney SM Individual259 67 29.51 Julie Murphy W40 Individual260 586 29.52 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