Double fight for number one

first_imgTwo Spaniards have left this monday as numbers two of their respective sports activities: Jon Rahm, within the golf classification, and Rafael Nadal, within the tennis one. Each are preventing to take a seat on the world throne, which already says so much about its advantages, whether or not they occupy it or not. They’re very totally different circumstances, that of an athlete who makes the outward journey and that of one other who has already taken the return ticket.Jon Rahm has not but perched on that place, though on Sunday he savored it just about for a lot of the Mexico World Championship, who got here to guide in a number of phases. Ultimately he completed third, an excellent consequence that confirms the regularity of the Basque, however that didn’t serve to overthrow Rory McIlroy. The following alternative will are available in mid-March in The Gamers, the thought-about fifth main. And if it doesn’t attain there, there shall be extra probabilities. The Biscay of Barrika is 25 years previous, an age that opens an enormous future, though in golf you need to be very cautious, as a result of it’s a self-discipline through which the victories are distributed rather more than in different particular person circuits. Rafa Nadal is a daily on the worldwide cusp, which has tasted throughout 209 weeks, unfold over ten totally different years. Number one now not sees it as an goal in itself, has tasted it regularly, however stands because the fruit of excellent outcomes. As Rafa himself commonly repeats, solely if there’s well being you’ll be able to win tournaments, and solely with victories can the rating be topped. This latest week began, Nadal has choices once more Math to retrieve the chair. Novak Djokovic and he compete in tournaments ATP 500, in Dubai and Acapulcorespectively. If Nole misplaced within the quarterfinals and the Spaniard raised the trophy, Rafa would climb once more to the summit of tennis. Whether or not it occurs or not, the necessary factor is that it fights up there. Identical as Rahm.last_img read more

#KicksStalker: Jayson Tatum debuts self-lacing sneakers in Celtics’ win

first_imgMANILA, Philippines—As the game of basketball further evolves, so too does the shoe that comes with it.ADVERTISEMENT In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball PLAY LIST 02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)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 LATEST STORIES Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Boston’s Jayson Tatum debuted the first self-lacing sneaker on an NBA game when the Celtics beat the Toronto Raptors 117-108 Thursday (Manila time) at TD Garden.Tatum wore the Nike Adapt BB to the tune of 16 points and 10 rebounds in a landmark moment in sneaker history.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsDallas’s rookie sensation Luka Doncic also wore the sneakers in the Mavericks’ 105-101 loss to the San Antonio Spurs.READ: #KicksStalker: Nike unveils next-generation self-lacing basketball shoes Doncic finished with 25 points, eight rebounds, and eight assists wearing the new self-lacing sneaker.The Nike Adapt BB was the second multipurpose performance shoe to feature power lacing after the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 released in 2016.According to Nike, a custom motor and gear train senses the foot and the shoe itself will adjust to create a snug fit.Using Nike’s FitAdapt tech, the user can now have full control of the shoe through manual touch or by using an app that can adjust both shoes.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ View comments With key players out, UST Tigresses still figuring out best lineup for UAAP Season 81 Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’last_img read more

SEND/SNV WASH Project Launched

first_imgThe Social Enterprise Development (SEND) Foundation in collaboration with the Dutch-based non-governmental organization SNV formally launched the Grand Cape Mount County innovative Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) pilot project in Sinje, Gawular District recently.According to SEND Foundation-Liberia Acting Country director, Dr. Sam N. Duo, SEND-Liberia, with support from SNV, a development organization from the Netherlands, formulated the program for the “institutional capacity building of community-driven WASH Sector development.” The program was launched with the objective to strengthen partnership with the government and local communities and development partners to improve WASH in Grand Cape Mount County.He noted that the Community-driven WASH Sector development is being piloted in three of the five districts in Grand Cape Mount County-namely; Gawular, Tewor and Porkpa. The launch of the project, Dr. Duo said, is part of SEND program implementation strategies aimed at bringing together key actors including: lawmakers from the county, county and districts officials, representatives from the ministries of Public Works, Health, and Social Welfare. Others were representatives from international NGOs, United Nations Children’s Education Funds, OXFAM, WaterAid, County-based WASH sector NGOs, the youth and women organizations. “While the launch primarily seeks to shed light on SEND’s program in the county,” Dr. Duo added that, “it was also intended to serve as a platform to engage stakeholders to jointly address some of the critical issues affecting the WASH Sector across the country.” He informed those who attended the ceremony that the issue of water, sanitation and hygiene is one of the priority components of “our national development agendas and therefore, requires the collective engagement of all, irrespective of status or locations.” Earlier in a welcome remark, Gawular District Commissioner, Kaison Kiadii, expressed gratitude to SEND-Liberia and its partners including the SNV for the project. He promised that the awareness created by the organization relative to the WASH Sector would be spread across the entire Grand Cape Mount County. For his part, SNV WASH Coordinator based in Accra, Ghana, Bimal Tandukar, briefly introduced the SNV and shared its WASH program, detailing the concept, which was accompanied by a slide show in underlining the importance of water, sanitation, and hygiene in various communities across the world.Those who attended the ceremony included local officials as well as those from the joint security apparatus and the various sectors of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL).  Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

No Holiday Relief From Foul Dumpsites?

first_imgGarbage piles outside Goodwill Clinic, Red Light Market.“Hold your nose and pass” from Red Light to ELWA JunctionWith the discomfort of the intense heat of the dry season ramping up temperatures above 90 degrees, residents of Monrovia and Paynesville are enduring the added irritation of the foul smell of the huge, disgusting garbage piles “decking” the roadway from Red Light to ELWA junction.All entry points to the nation’s largest food market, Gobachop at Red Light in Paynesville, have been overrun by sprawling dumpsites, the happy breeding ground for flies, mosquitoes, roaches, rats plaguing the market and nearby communities.About two weeks to Christmas – the biggest celebration of the year, residents, businesses and visitors to Paynesville and its environs are bracing up to carry out their festivities in the midst of depressing spectacles of heaps of garbage.Most of the major markets situated in the heart of the two urban cities are being swallowed by several-weeks-old garbage uncollected from authorized dumpsites by sanitation companies.Unending complaints from business houses, residents and visitors continue to either fall on deaf ears or are ignored by the leaders of the two municipal governments of the two cities.Such complaints point to the fact that the mechanisms being used by the contracted sanitation companies are yet to yield any fruitful results since 2006.Many commentators pointed out that appropriate urban planning relating to proper and sustainable garbage collection and disposal are not being implemented in Monrovia and Paynesville.Such uncoordinated waste disposal, and the poor management of garbage collection, has led to the enormous sanitation crisis and challenges in these cities to the extent that their environments have been overwhelmed.Indeed, the environmental conditions of the two urban cities are playing host to deadly agents such as scorpions, rodents and mosquitoes that continue to pose serious challenges to the already weak and overstretched health system of the country.Sadly, we are yet to see practical indications from the municipal governments of Monrovia and Paynesville on what kinds of preparation are being made to collect and dispose of the offensive garbage piles from all parts of the two densely populated cities before the Christmas holidays.However, the two city mayors have argued on many occasions that residents and some business entities do not want to be established Community Based Enterprises under the auspices of the two corporations.In counter arguments, business entities and residents noted that two city governments continue to collect annual municipal taxes and other fees but are yet to make use of the funds for the intended purposes.In separate interviews, business owners and residents of Monrovia and Paynesville stressed the urgent need for a more proactive approach to the collection and disposal of garbage from the two Montserrado County cities.Businessman Francis M. Seyon, 55, a dealer of used clothes at Waterside Market in Monrovia told the Daily Observer that the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC) must take practical steps such as the collection of the garbage every day in all parts of the city.“I must emphasize that the old system of garbage collection and disposal by the sanitation companies and the MCC has not achieved any useful results; the old system needs urgent evaluation in order to keep our city clean,” he stressed.Cook-shop operator Elizabeth G. Kolleh, 44, pointed out that the MCC must work with residents and small business entities for the collection and disposal of garbage from critical spots in Monrovia and its environs.She also underscored the need for the enforcement of all city ordinances that have to do with sanitation and environmental regulations in all parts of Monrovia; not preferential treatments to big businesses.“As a cook-shop operator, I want my business area to be kept clean, and this is the reason I want the MCC people to work with us in order to keep our city clean,” she suggested.Businessman Johnnie B. Philips, 57, a cement and rice retail and wholesale dealer at the Red Light Market stressed the need for the funds being collected by the Paynesville City Corporation (PCC) to be used for garbage collection and disposal.He, however, expressed fear that from all indications they might celebrate the upcoming Christmas surrounded by mountains of garbage.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

FBI names Hernandez to head to LA office

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Los Angeles office got a new head on Friday when the agency named Salvador Hernandez as Assistant Director in Charge. Hernandez, who comes from the Criminal Investigative Division, replaces the headquarters-bound J. Stephen Tidwell. A Mexico City native who grew up in Missouri, Hernandez began his FBI career in 1984 and served in Phoenix, San Juan, Louisville and Oklahoma City. His assignments varied from tracking the Puerto Rican terrorist group known as the Macheteros to fighting white collar crime, public corruption and counterterrorism. Hernandez, a St. Louis University graduate, earned a bachelor’s in history in 1981 and a Juris Doctorate in 1984. For more cops and crime news, check out It’s a Crime.last_img read more

How one Donegal woman helps school communities take a step in the right direction

first_img‘Me and My Business’ is a special feature series on is celebrating local members of the Donegal Women in Business Network. Here, Rebecca Fleury, Managing Partner at Smart Steps Out-of-School Recreation Service, describes how her first steps in business became a giant leap for the community.Me and My Business: Rebecca had the bright idea to set up a business in 2015 when she saw parents in the Drumkeen community struggling to find somewhere for their children to stay and play before and after school.Being a mum of four gave Rebecca the knowledge of the limited childcare options available in the area. She decided to go out on a limb to open up a before and after school service at the local school, but little did she know how big it would become. “I didn’t just want to create a ‘band-aid’ solution, but rather a unique and dedicated service that is child focused, age and stage appropriate and one that is beneficial to families and to the whole school community,” Rebecca said.And so, Smart Steps was created. Rebecca explains: “Smart Steps sets itself apart from others by being the only school age childcare service in Donegal that operates on a full-time wrap-around basis, 50 weeks of the year, on-site from within a school facility.SmartSteps, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe ( Fleury, SmartSteps, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe (“We offer a friendly, play-based space for kids that’s relaxed and fun. We want to give kids the opportunity to do regular ‘kid stuff’ – a big part of which involves outdoor play which is a prominent feature of our service.”Rebecca’s smart idea and business sense combined to earn her the Donegal IBYE Best Start Up Business award. Rebecca and David Fleury winning the IBYE award ‘Best Start up Business’She started off with four children in the service, which has grown in just two years to welcome over 100 children through the doors. To date, Smart Steps has an enrollment figure representing over 60% of the Drumkeen school community.The service helps parents as much as it helps children pass their free time with enjoyable activities.SmartSteps, Drumkeen © John Soffe 2017.Rebecca explains: “Thanks to various childcare initiatives from DCYA, we can provide high quality childcare to so many children with little to no cost to certain categories of parents. As a result, many parents in the community have been able to return to work or to education / training and we are so happy to be helping parents achieve their goals.”Rebecca’s goal was reached with a great business network and she considers many people to be at the heart of her success.“First and foremost I would have to say my husband and business partner David and our 4 wonderful children have been my greatest source of support and encouragement.David in SmartSteps, Drumkeen. Photo by John Soffe ( adds: “Our business would quite simply be non-existent without the strength of our children. They have had to endure huge changes over the past 2 years with me going from being a full time mum for 6 years, to being a full time business woman! “My children are my inspiration and have been a huge influence on the development of Smart Steps.”Rebecca is grateful to her passionate playworkers, to Donegal Childcare and the Local Enterprise Office for their advice and support, and to the people of Drumkeen for their support and encouragement.SmartSteps, Drumkeen, 10 AUG 2017. Photo by John Soffe (“Smart Steps would not have seen the light of day without the support and blessing of the Drumkeen community and the teaching staff and Board of Management of Drumkeen NS. To them, we are eternally grateful,” she said.One word of advice she has for other Donegal businesswoman is that perseverance is key.“I read an article once about the struggles of successful businesswomen. The article told of how the public will only ever see the rosy success story of business, that no-one will ever know just how close nearly all successful people came to giving up, how many sleepless nights were had and how many sacrifices were made in the pursuit of their business. I found this to be a great comfort and I often remind myself of it when things get tough. “This too, shall pass”.SmartSteps, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe ( counts herself fortunate to get inspiration from the young people she works with every day. “The children are my ultimate inspiration to succeed. To create something that supports and encourages all children’s self esteem and wellbeing is essential.”“Whether it’s activities at home with my own children or the afterschool environment, the children’s happiness and well being is always my first priority and the single biggest driving factor in the development of our service,” Rebecca said.SmartSteps, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe (, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe ( Steps works to benefit the school community too. Funding from DCYA will bring in a new kitchen to Drumkeen NS, playworkers and the kids help teachers with odd jobs after school, and Smart Steps brings in increased revenue through rent.Rebecca wishes to bring the out-of-school support to more families across Donegal after seeing the local success of Smart Steps at Drumkeen NS.“We are honoured and privileged to have played such a supportive role to families in the Drumkeen community, but we have no intentions of stopping there!”SmartSteps, Drumkeen, Photo by John Soffe (“Our plans are to support as many families as possible throughout Donegal by expanding our service to other school communities. We are currently reaching out to other School boards of Management and hope to roll out various services to a number of schools over the coming years.“We have developed a number of service options for schools, ranging from full wrap-round care to themed activity camps.”Rebecca and David are musicians and have been delivering music lessons to students in Drumkeen over the past 2 years, they hope to add this to their multi-faceted service.“Our music team is currently developing a 6 week music programme for primary schools in conjunction with Musical Futures UK. This additional offering is expected to be ready to roll out to schools during term time within the next few months.”“My dream is to see many, many, ‘Smart Schools’ throughout the county in the future.”© John Soffe 2017.If you think Smart Steps is a step in the right direction for your children and community, contact Rebecca at 074  9890710 and 087  7769476Email: smartstepsafterschool@gmail.comClick here to follow Smart Steps on Facebook.‘Me and My Business’ is a special series on in association with the Donegal Women in Business Network. To find out how you can take part email PostHow one Donegal woman helps school communities take a step in the right direction was last modified: September 18th, 2017 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:childcareDonegal WomanDonegal Women In Business NetworkDrumkeeneducationme and my businessrebecca fleurysmart stepslast_img read more

Mayor to students: Don’t boycott schools Monday

first_imgLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa renewed his call Thursday for parents to keep their children in school during Monday’s scheduled immigration rallies, while the state Senate endorsed a boycott of classes, jobs and stores. Officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District also reminded parents and administrators that students who are absent will not be suspended but will be recorded as truant, meaning they will have to make up the time they missed after school or on Saturdays. “I am saying to parents it is very important that their children be in school, getting a good education,” Villaraigosa said. “I say that because I know the families that come here to work, they come here for a better life and (to) see their kids get a better education. “After school, they can join a march; that is their right. But it is very important to have our young people in schools.” The March 25 Coalition, which organized a rally last month that drew an estimated 500,000 demonstrators, is calling for illegal immigrants and their allies to boycott work and school on May 1 as part of a nationwide day of protest over legislation that would crack down on those in the U.S. illegally. Villaraigosa and Police Chief William Bratton said they expect the events on Monday to be peaceful, but that the city is prepared for an emergency. “We are not planning to be on tactical alert,” Bratton said. “We think we will have enough officers on duty to handle any problems and can call in more if needed.” Bratton said he will have teams of officers monitoring demonstrations and protests during the day to make sure there are no other problems. “At this point, what we think we will be dealing with is some horrendous traffic problems,” Bratton said. “I would urge people to stay away from downtown on Monday afternoon.” Also on Thursday, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell said a large number of absences could prove costly for the district, which receives $21 a day from the state for each student in attendance. Last month, student protests cost LAUSD an estimated $1 million in attendance-based funding. “Our students can’t afford to miss school,” O’Connell said. “Our schools can’t afford missing students, and our state can’t afford to rest for one day until we close the gap in achievement that threatens the futures of many of our immigrant students.” But some members of the state Senate disagreed, voting 24-13 for a nonbinding resolution supporting a boycott by illegal immigrants and their supporters. “It’s one day … for immigrants to tell the country peacefully, We matter….(we’re) not invisible,’” said Senate Majority Leader Gloria Romero, D-Los Angeles, the resolution’s chief author. She said immigrants make up one-third of California’s labor force and one-quarter of its residents. The Associated Press contributed to this report. (213) 978-0390 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgA MYSTERY punter has certainly made the less well-off very happy this Christmas – after signing over a winning lotto ticket to charity.Officials at the Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club were sifting through entries for last weekend’s draw when they found someone who had picked all the right numbers.But the person who filled out the ticket didn’t give his or her name and address – they simply wrote St Vincent de Paul. “The winning envelope contained no other information to assist the Club in identifying the mystery donor,” said the club.“The winning Numbers 3, 12, 16 & 23 were drawn by the Club Committee on Monday night last and now the local Charity stands to receive a cheque for €1,450 which will be presented to them in the coming days.“The Club is pleased to be associated with this timely boost for the local St. Vincent de Paul Society Conference of St. Thérèse.”The story follows on the Club’s now famous search for a mystery Club Lotto Jackpot winner in August 2011 which also had a happy ending. Brendan Duffy of Dromore, Letterkenny was completely oblivious to the fact that he had scooped €6,250 – because his surname wasn’t on the ticket and his telephone number was wrong.Brendan finally got his hands on his cheque when he was presented with the money at a special ceremony in McGinley’s Bar.Was it you?You could help present your winnings to charity?Contact us on MYSTERY DONEGAL WINNER GIVES GAA LOTTO WINNINGS TO ST VINCENT DE PAUL was last modified: December 4th, 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:Letterkenny GaelsMYSTERY DONEGAL WINNER GIVES GAA LOTTO WINNINGS TO ST VINCENT DE PAULlast_img read more


first_imgLETTERKENNY AC’s Michael Black won Thursday evening’s five-mile fun run, more than half a minute ahead of hometown clubmate Paul McGlinchey.Irene McFadden was the first woman home.The full results are below: LAC 5 Miler – Fun Run 2013Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 401 27.17 Michael Black – Letterkenny A C2 413 27.49 Paul McGlinchey – Letterkenny A C 3 408 28.14 Kevin Ferry – Letterkenny A C4 404 28.24 Kieran Crawford – Letterkenny A C5 437 28.28 Brian Crossan – Unattached6 406 28.30 Barry Meehan – Letterkenny A C7 456 29.01 Ciaran McGonagle – Unattached 8 473 29.22 Brian Ferry – Letterkenny A C9 466 29.26 Aidan McKenna – Letterkenny A C10 487 29.36 Dale Gallagher – Letterkenny A C11 476 29.36 Adrian Toye – Letterkenny A C 12 438 29.46 Pauric Breslin – Unattached13 443 29.49 Niall Barry – Letterkenny A C14 411 30.01 Raymond Birch – Unattached15 410 30.41 Martin Devenney – Lifford A C16 447 31.00 Gerard McGranaghan – Unattached17 400 31.01 John Daly – Letterkenny A C18 402 31.03 Daire O’Mahoney – Lifford A C19 412 31.06 Paul McMonagle – Letterkenny A C20 475 31.11 Hugh Duffy – Cranford A C21 440 31.21 Ciaran O’Donnell – Letterkenny A C22 449 31.57 Glen Duncan – Letterkenny A C23 403 31.58 Seamus Morrison – Letterkenny A C24 461 32.22 Kieran Coyle – Letterkenny A C25 491 33.09 Michael Madden – Unattached26 468 33.14 Kieran Bovaird – Unattached27 469 33.29 Darren Price – Unattached28 486 33.30 Seamus Nallon – Unattached29 463 33.31 Irene McFadden – Letterkenny A C30 467 33.55 Marie Boyle – Letterkenny A C18 April 2013 Page 1 of 3Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 444 33.58 Ben Dunleavy – Letterkenny A C32 436 33.59 Charles O’Donnell – Letterkenny A C33 453 34.04 Paul Lee – Letterkenny A C34 482 34.24 Darren Beecroft – Letterkenny A C35 498 34.25 Declan McElwaine – Unattached36 465 34.28 Glen Coyle – Letterkenny A C37 88 34.47 Paul Harris – Letterkenny A C38 464 34.48 Charles Sweeney – Letterkenny A C39 454 34.52 Siobhan Gallagher – Letterkenny A C40 477 35.05 Chris McGlynn – Unattached41 452 35.38 Simon Stephens – Unattached42 455 35.39 Paul Gildea – Unattached43 484 35.44 Noreen McGee – Rosses A.C.44 499 35.45 Pat McDermott – Unattached45 439 35.53 Bernard McDyer – Unattached46 89 36.04 Philip Nicholson – Unattached47 460 36.08 Martin Bond – Unattached48 451 36.21 James Kearns – Unattached49 488 36.25 Catherine McKinley – Unattached50 492 36.32 Noel Boyd – Rosses A.C.51 405 36.39 Serena McDaid – Unattached52 450 36.42 Ollie Harvey – Unattached53 407 36.46 Helen McCreaddy – Rosses A.C.54 448 36.49 Dermott Gallagher – Unattached55 441 37.12 Stephen Sweeney – Unattached56 495 37.12 Mick O’Donnell – Unattached57 489 37.35 Emma McGee – Unattached58 445 37.46 Shane Dunleavy – Unattached59 90 37.47 Michael McElroy – Rosses A.C.60 481 37.50 Cathal Roarty – Unattached61 474 37.59 Paul O’Donnell – Unattached62 600 38.01 Michael Diver – Letterkenny A C18 April 2013 Page 2 of 3Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 493 38.02 Colly O’Donnell – Letterkenny A C64 479 38.03 Paul Sweeney – Unattached65 485 38.05 Sinead Boyle – Rosses A.C.66 483 39.22 Anne Harkin – Rosses A.C.67 446 39.24 Evan Dunleavy – Letterkenny A C68 442 39.43 Karl Sweeney – Unattached69 490 40.15 Lester Speer – Unattached70 462 40.21 Sharon Thompson – Finn Valley A C71 472 40.28 Jarlath Cannon – Unattached72 471 41.00 Myles Sweeney – Rosses A.C.73 500 41.06 Ciaran Roarty – Unattached74 494 41.39 Jackie Ireland – Letterkenny A C75 497 41.45 Ruth McCrudden – Letterkenny A C76 480 42.15 Emmett O’Donnell – Unattached77 87 45.44 Marty Gallagher – Unattached78 457 45.44 Martin Donaghy – Unattached79 470 45.52 Philip Brown – Unattached80 415 45.52 Leana Martin – Unattached81 414 46.00 John Curran – Unattached82 435 46.00 James Green – Unattached83 496 47.15 Mary Bonner – UnattachedTotal Runners: 8318 April 2013 Page 3 of 3RESULTS: MICHAEL BLACK WINS THE LETTERKENNY AC 5-MILE FUN RUN was last modified: April 18th, 2013 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:RESULTS: MICHAEL BLACK WINS THE LETTERKENNY AC 5-MILE FUN RUNlast_img read more


first_imgOwen Clarke’s stunning picture captures the dancing waves of ToryFROM OWEN CLARKE: I’m out on Tory Island for Christmas, went wave watching today I have never seen waves as big crashing off the back of the island, the sheer power and savagery of the sea both mesmerising and frightening to watch, OWEN’S STUNNING PICTURE OF MESMERISING WAVES OF TORY was last modified: December 22nd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Owen Clarke PhotographyTory Islandlast_img read more