English Premier League Reviews

first_imgAFC BOURNEMOUTH 2 MANCHESTER UNITED 1GOALS:- BOURNEMOUTH: STANISLAS 2nd; KING 54th. UNITED: FELLAINI 24th.A week after toppling reigning Barclays Premier League champions Chelsea, newly promoted Bournemouth shocked Manchester United. After David de Gea was beaten from a corner by Junior Stanislas, United equalised via Marouane Fellaini. The visitors faded after the break and could not fight back after Joshua King fired in from Matt Ritchie’s set piece.CRYSTAL PALACE 1 SOUTHAMPTON 0GOAL:- PALACE: CABAYE 38th.Crystal Palace moved up to sixth in the Barclays Premier League thanks to a Yohan Cabaye winner. The hosts fully deserved their first Barclays Premier League win over Southampton, a victory that also extended Palace’s unbeaten run to three league games. Yannick Bolasie’s cross allowed the unmarked Cabaye to tap home from six yards late in the first half.MANCHESTER CITY 2 SWANSEA CITY 1GOALS:- CITY: BONY 26th; IHEANACHO 90th. SWANSEA: GOMIS 90th.Manchester City went top of the Barclays Premier League on Saturday thanks to Kelechi Iheanacho’s injury-time deflection. City, beaten at Stoke a week ago, struggled against managerless Swansea, who sacked Garry Monk on Wednesday. And after Wilfried Bony lost Ashley Williams to score against his former club, Bafetimbi Gomis’ late equaliser looked like it would earn a point – before Iheanacho’s lucky strike.NORWICH CITY 1 EVERTON 1GOALS:- NORWICH: HOOLAHAN 47th. EVERTON: LUKAKU 15th.Romelu Lukaku scored for the sixth successive time in the Barclays Premier League, but Norwich produced a battling second-half display to hold Everton to their third straight Premier League draw. Lukaku scored with a header from Gerard Deulofeu’s excellent cross. Wes Hoolahan levelled for Norwich from close range before Cameron Jerome missed a great chance for the hosts.SUNDERLAND 0 WATFORD 1GOAL:- WATFORD: IGHALO 4th.Watford claimed their third successive win through Odion Ighalo’s early goal to leave Sunderland in the relegation zone. Ighalo and Black Cats defender Sebastian Coates met Allan Nyom’s low cross at the near post and diverted the ball past Costel Pantilimon. Sunderland took time to find a response but dominated the second half.WEST HAM UNITED 0 STOKE CITY 0These teams drew for the third Barclays Premier League game in a row at the Boleyn Ground. Marco van Ginkel, brought in for the injured Xherdan Shaqiri, had Stoke’s best chance in the first half but he put wide from close range. West Ham enjoyed more action in front of goal but they were denied time after time by Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland.last_img read more

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Africa Needs Inclusive Transformation to Build

first_imgLiberia’s Finance Minister Amara Konneh has said that in order for countries to build resilience to combat fragility, Africa needs a transformation based on inclusive growth for its people. Addressing a high-level panel on fragile states at the World Bank Group’s office in Washington D. C., on Thursday, Konneh said that improved management of the natural wealth, robust and effective responses to youth unemployment, urbanization, and climate change, is Africa’s best hope in tackling fragility and economic development.Standing in for Liberia’s President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Minister Konneh stressed the need for a new paradigm of partnership that would go beyond the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) — one that stresses shared values, ownership, and national responsibility.In a dispatch from the US, Tuesday, April 15, Konneh observed that the consolidation of peace and stability in any country is intimately linked to efforts that spur sustainable economic development and inclusive growth. “A clear example of the peace dividend can be seen in the positive transformation of Africa in the last decade,” he registered.Addressing the panel, themed: Ending Conflict and Building Peace in Africa—a Call to Action’—Konneh said peace and stability in Liberia has created the necessary conditions for investment and has engendered economic development and social transformation.“2013 was a landmark year for the people of Liberia, as we celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ushered in a decade of quiet peace,” he added.According to him, Liberia achieved a milestone in 2013 when she began the implementation of the National Vision 2030—the guiding principle that underpins the government’s national development initiatives over a 20-year period—out of which the government constructed its Agenda for Transformation—a medium-term economic growth and development strategy—and a Strategic Roadmap for National Healing, Peace-building and Reconciliation.Minister Konneh used the occasion to formally introduce two of the panel’s members: Sarah Cliffe, Special Advisor and Assistant Secretary-General of Civilian Capacities to the United Nations, and Callisto Madavo, Professor to the African Studies Program at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.The high-level event, chaired by African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka, presented the findings of: Ending Conflict and Building Peace in Africa—A Call to Action; it comprised a panel-report on fragile states in Africa. Panelists discussed the best way to form new partnerships that support African states as they build the basis for reconciliation, peace, and prosperity.Minister Konneh shared the panel with World Bank Vice President African Region, Makhtar Diop, Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Pekka Haavisto, Minister for International Development of Finland, and Emira Peres, Minister of Finance, East-Temor and Chairperson of the G7+ member nations.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Taxi driver slapped with narco trafficking charge

first_imgA 30-year-old taxi driver was on Friday remanded to prison when he appeared at the Providence Magistrate’s Court charged with possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking.Shazid Shaw denied that on January 29, 2019, while he was at his Timehri, East Bank Demerara residence, he had in his possession 668 grams of cannabis.According to the prosecution’s case, an intelligence-led operation was conducted by ranks of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Shaw’s home when the narcotic was unearthed in the yard.The defendant’s pregnant wife, mother and father-in-law were also taken into custody for questioning but were all released after 72 hours.Defence Attorney Bernard DaSilva made a successful bail application.Magistrate Sunil Scarce released the taxi driver on $100,000 bail on the condition that he report to the Timehri Police Station weekly until the completion of the trial. The case will continue on March 4, 2019.last_img read more

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Wolves win game 2 in double overtime

first_imgThe second overtime period would be a little less high-flying than the first, but certainly not lacking in intensity.  Finally, 10:06 into the period, 90:06 into the game, a Slave Lake shot missed the net, and bounced off the end-boards to Tyler Couch.  Couch had played very little in the game, but fired a sharp angle shot off the skate of Zack Blain and in, to give the home team a dramatic win.  Listen to this highlights package [asset|aid=983|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=035267477b27e258b30df1d469c99c86-Huskies loose in 2nd overtime 5-4 to Slave Lake Wolves_1_Pub.mp3]And so, with the best-of-five series now tied 1-1, the scene will shift to Fort St. John, with games 3, 4, and 5 (if necessary) tentatively for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.Advertisement Huskies lose in 2nd overtime to Slave Lake WolvesAfter providing some stiff competition in game 1 on Friday night, the Slave Lake Wolves found one more gear, winning game two in a thrilling double overtime affair. The first 20 minutes was not a goot session for the Huskies, who struggled to find their legs and their passing game despite a relaxing day off in Slave Lake.  Slave Lake would score early, when Tyson Price struck on a powerplay 6 minutes in, to give the Wolves their first lead of the series.  With 5 seconds left in the period, Steven Fast won a defensive zone face-off, but Kyle Pichette won the puck back, and centred to a wide open Tyson Price, who banged home his second of the game, and third of the series, with 0.9 seconds left in the period.  The Huskies disputed the goal, arguing the clock had started late, giving SL extra time, but the goal would stand, and the Wolves would take a 2-0 lead into the dressing rooms.- Advertisement -Things started going more Fort St. John’s way in the second.  While the Cody Kalb’s top line cycled the puck well, it was Steven Fast, Cam MacKinnon, and Cody Hildebrand who catalyzed the resurgence, with Hildebrand breaking the ice for Fort St. John 6 minutes into the second.  4 Minutes later, Dylan Apsassin fired a low slap-shot past a screened Travis Chartier, to tie the game 2-2.  But, Slave Lake would not give up.  With 4 minutes remaining in the second, Kyle Pichette found a loose puck after a lengthy scramble in the Huskies crease, and stuffed it home to put SL back in the lead.  But, with 38 seconds remaining in the frame, Cody Hildebrand would score his second of the game, when he fired in a rebound on a Jon Spence point shot that had been tipped by Cam MacKinnon. With the game tied 3-3 heading into the third period, the officiating continued to be a factor.  There were several late off-side calls, a couple of questionable icing calls, and puck played over the glass by SL goalie Travis Chartier, which the referee insisted was legal in the NWJHL.  But the players continued to battle physically, particularly the Wolves, desperate to avoid going to Fort St. John trailing 2-0.  5 Minutes into the third period, Payden Wongtedt would score on a scramble, to give the Huskies a 403 lead.  The Huskies penalty kill continued to shine, until, with 2:40 remaining, Kyle Pichette would score his second of the game, to tie the game 4-4, sending the Wolves and their fans into an excited delirium, and sending the game to overtime.In the (first) overtime period, the pace was fast, and the action furious.  For 20 minutes the teams hustled to score a winner, but neither would be able to cash.  Both teams had chances, including a missed breakaway by Tyson Price, a sure-goal for Cam MacKinnon fired over an empty net, and a simply sensational glove save from Travis Chartier, robbing Dan Pappin of a certain goal, on a snapper from the slot which looked labelled for the corner.  Late in the 4th period, Payden Wongstedt was assessed a boarding penatly, but the Wolves would be unable to get any sustained PP pressure, and the game would go to double overtime. Advertisement Stay tuned to energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com for final game times, as soon as they are confirmed.last_img read more

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Around Whittier

first_imgWHITTIER – The two top winners in the Rio Hondo Symphony’s 39th annual Young Artists Competition held Feb. 3 in the Whittier College Memorial Chapel will have the chance to perform as soloists at the orchestra’s admission-free “Festive Finale” concert April 29. Each also will receive a $1,500 cash award. They are pianist Connie Kim-Sheng, 15, of La Crescenta and woodwind and brace category winner saxophonist Angela Marie Cross, a 20-year-old college student from Northridge. Runners-up Weston Mizumoto, 12, of Yorba Linda and Greg Chambers, 22, of Los Angeles each will receive $500 cash prizes. Eclectic artists to join concert (562) 907-4203. Discover Atlantis at potluck event WHITTIER – “Discovery of Atlantis” author Robert Sarmast will open Urantia Book Fellowship Los Angeles Society’s first gathering of 2007 with chronicles of his search for the legendary lost city at a potluck at 6 p.m. March 10 at the Whittier Art Gallery, 8035 S. Painter Ave. Some people believe Atlantis may have been the first Garden of Eden as described in the Urantia Book. Sarmast’s presentation begins at 7 p.m. A main dish will be supplied at the potluck with guests asked to bring side dishes, salads and desserts. For information, call (562) 698-2122. Toy loan program begins Friday WHITTIER – Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation is hosting a free Toy Loan Program every week from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday at Amigo County Park, 5700 Juarez Ave., Whittier. For more information, call (562) 908-4702. Quincea era and wedding show set MONTEBELLO – Montebello Town Center’s annual wedding and Quincea era show is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at 2134 Montebello Town Center Drive. There will be fashion shows both days, hair and floral demonstrations, live entertainment and prizes, with a wide variety of offerings at more than 50 booths. For more information, call (323) 728-2728. Free after-school programs offered WHITTIER – The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation is currently offering a free after-school program for children ages 5 to 13 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at Amigo County Park, 5700 S. Juarez Ave. Children will be offered homework assistance, reading, arts and crafts and sports. Space is limited so those interested should register immediately. For more information call (562) 908-4702. – From staff reports 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Performance artists will be highlighted at “A Progressive Movement,” an evening of eclectic music, dance, art and poetry, to be held at 8 p.m. March 17 at the Shannon Center for the Performing Arts, 13406 Philadelphia St. Tickets are $20 each. The concert’s headliners will be The Mighty 602 Band, an Arizona-based reggae group featuring Hopi singer Casper Lormayesva. Other performers include hip-hop dance groups, poetry groups and dance troupes. Proceeds benefit the Whittier Cultural Foundation. For reservations, or for more information, call last_img read more

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BC Business Magazine names Fort St. John best city for work

first_img“A lot that has been tied in the oil and gas sector, and obviously that’s taken a downturn in the past year. But, from all accounts, people we talk to on the ground, and from Environics doing the research, Fort St. John and Dawson Creek are holding up fairly well.Now, we’ll see what happens next year, if the decline next door in Alberta is effecting them in a meaningful way. We could see those cities flip, but for now, they are quite comfortably ahead at number one and number two on the list.”Developed in partnership with Environics Analytics, the survey evaluated each of B.C. cities on economic indicators such as income growth, average household income, population growth and unemployment.Combined, these factors paint a picture of relative economic health in each community—and their relative appeal for those seeking work there.Advertisement The study considers a city as having more than 10,000 permanent residents. Some municipalities, such as White Rock and West Vancouver, were left out as they have high-income residents, but don’t have a large or distinct job markets. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — BC Business Magazine has released their second-annual ‘Best Cities for Work in 2016‘ list, and Fort St. John has once again topped that list.Followed by Dawson Creek, which placed fifth last year,  the two Peace Region cities are followed by the District of North Vancouver, Squamish, and Coquitlam, respectively. Out of the 36 B.C. cities ranked, Port Alberni finished in last place.BCBusiness Editor-in-Chief Matt O’Grady says he expects this years results to provoke a lot of discussion across the province.- Advertisement -“The B.C. job market, despite what’s happening next door in Alberta, has more or less weathered the economic storm,” he adds.Still, some cities are clearly faring better than others; as he points out that B.C.’s largest city, Vancouver, is missing from the top 10. However, runner-up Surrey did rank higher than 10 on the list.He was featured on CKNW’s Jon McComb Show this morning, telling guest host Jill Bennett it ‘speaks to what has been, over the past five years, a remarkable growth in that community — income growth and population growth.’Advertisementlast_img read more

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Inter shocked in Serie A opener, Dzeko hits Roma stunner

first_imgChampions Juventus, with new superstar signing Cristiano Ronaldo making his debut, won 3-2 at Chievo on Saturday with runners-up Napoli coming back to win 2-1 at Lazio.But Inter Milan — fourth last season — suffered an early upset after Domenico Berardi slotted in a 27th-minute penalty to give all three points to their rivals from Modena.“This has complicated everything,” said Inter coach Luciano Spalletti.“Sassuolo did well on the counter-attack, they were compact without giving anything.“We lost the game because of a penalty and Sassuolo didn’t create many chances.”Sassuolo dominated the first half, earning a penalty when Joao Mario brought down Federico Di Francesco in the penalty area.Inter Milan’s top scorer last season Mauro Icardi came close twice, with Croatian Ivan Perisic also sending the ball over the top in the second half.Earlier Roma’s only goal came one minute from time following spectacular play by new Dutch signing Justin Kluivert, son of former Barcelona striker Patrick Kluivert.The 19-year-old came on as a second-half substitute, running down the right flank, dribbling past past three players to provide the crucial cross which Dzeko lashed into the far top corner.“It was a great cross, and I scored even better goal!” Dzeko joked.“Last year I scored one that was maybe a bit better (against Chelsea), but this is among the best three.“I saw Kluivert on the right and hoped he would cross it to the back post, which is fortunately what he did. He definitely changed the game.”Venezuelan Tomas Rincon had Torino’s best chance as he rattled the crossbar on 39 minutes.Iago Falque thought he had scored for the hosts three minutes after the break but his attempt was ruled offside after a look at the VAR.‘One of my best’: Edin Dzeko © AFP/File / Cooper NEILLFormer Paris Saint Germain player Javier Pastore missed a number of chances against his former teammate Salvatore Sirigu in the Torino goal.Lorenzo De Silvestri limped off after a knock and allowed Ola Aina to also get his first Serie A game just days after arriving on loan from Chelsea, with new Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen making several saves.“Edin maybe misses the easiest goals, but has accustomed us to these feats,” said Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco.“In the second half we suffered, I put Kluivert on to give a little freshness. He has important qualities, today he has shown it.”Parma — returning to the top flight after bankrupty and three consecutive promitions –threw away a two-goal being held 2-2 at home after Udinese scored two goals in four minutes in the second half.Empoli returned to the top flight with a 2-0 win at home against Cagliari as SPAL won their local derby at 10-man Bologna 1-0.The opening round of matches involving both Genoa teams were postponed because of the bridge collapse in the port city.Sampdoria had been due to host Fiorentina and Genoa to travel to AC Milan.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Shock: Sassuolo forward Domenico Berardi celebrates scoring the opening goal against Inter Milan © AFP / Vincenzo PINTOMILAN, Italy, Aug 20 – A late Edin Dzeko stunner got AS Roma off the mark in their Serie A campaign at Torino on Sunday but Inter Milan made the worst possible start with a 1-0 loss at Sassuolo.Roma’s win meant the top three from last year’s campaign all won their opening round of matches.last_img read more

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Liverpool face being beaten by CSKA Moscow to £14m Real Madrid star

first_imgCSKA Moscow are plotting a bid to hijack Liverpool’s move for Denis Cheryshev this summer, according to reports.The Russian giants have been in talks with the Real Madrid winger’s representative team over a £12m transfer for the 24-year-old.Cheryshev’s future hangs in the balance at Real following the arrival of new boss Rafael Benitez and he has spent the past two seasons on loan at Sevilla and Villarreal.With uncertainty over the long-term future of Raheem Sterling, Reds boss Brendan Rodgers views the explosive wide-man as a talent who could give Liverpool an extra cutting edge on the flanks.However, it is reported by Russian newspaper Izvestia that Cheryshev could favour a switch back to his homeland rather than stay in Spain or move to England.Cheryshev recorded 10 assists in 26 La Liga outings last term for Villarreal and has two years left to run on his contract at the Bernabeu. 1 Denis Cheryshev last_img read more

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BRENDAN IS A ‘PLEASANT PLUCKER’ NOW THANKS TO RYAN TUBRIDY!

first_imgBrendan and Ger’s ‘Pheasant Plucker’Letterkenny man Brendan Delap has always been a very cheerful kind of fella.Some would even say that he is a pleasant ……!So needless to say that he still had a smile on his face when wife Ger brought this rather strange object home from a visit to Carrick-on-Shannon one weekend. The ornament, entitled ‘A Pheasant Plucker’, takes price of place in the Delap household despite Brendan’s initial objections.So when RTE host Ryan Tubridy put out an SOS for strange household ornaments, Brendan decided to mention the Pheasant Plucker.When he spoke to Ryan on radio this morning, he said the ornament reminded him of the visit of Prince Charles to Donegal this weekend as the Prince of Wales seemed to be a Pleasant…. chap.The wordy comparison had the Late Late Show host giggling with mischief. And it earned Brendan a holiday along the Wild Atlantic Way – a pleasant plucking way to spend a few days!BRENDAN IS A ‘PLEASANT PLUCKER’ NOW THANKS TO RYAN TUBRIDY! was last modified: May 27th, 2016 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:BRENDAN DELAPdonegalPHEASANT PLUCKERlast_img read more

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RESULTS: TIR CHONAILL AC BALLYSHANNON 5K

first_imgFINN VALLEY’S James Speight won Friday night’s Tir Chonaill AC 5k in a time of 15:35.Fellow club member Gerard Gallagher came in second with City of Derry’s James Brown in third.Donegal Grand PrixTir Chonaill AC Ballyshannon 5k results -7.30pm 11/5/2012 Tír Chonaill AC Ballyshannon 5K Time  FirstName  Surname  Club15.35        James                  Speight                                      Finn Valley15.47        Gerard                 Gallagher                                    Finn Valley 16.04        James                  Brown                                       City Of Derry16.07        Ivan                    Toner                                        Letterkenny A.C.16.22        Alan                    Kearins                                      Sligo A C16.25        Patrick                 Hynes-Foy                                  Finn Valley16.36        Mel                     Casserly                                     Sligo A C 16.38        Ryan                   Porter                                        Finn Valley16.50        Kevin                   Mc Glone                                   Sligo A C16.54        Martin                  Irwin                                         Finn Valley17.00        Eoin                    Mc Manus                                  MSC Tri 17.02        Humphrey             Murphy                                     Letterkenny A.C.17.10        Jimmy                  Renfrew                                     Enniskillen Racing Club17.32        Francis                 Coleman                                     Individual17.45        Colin                   Mc Nulty                                    Finn Valley17.49        Ronan                  Matthews                                   Individual17.50        Ciarán                  Clancy                                       Tír Chonaill AC17.52        Glen                    Duncan                                      Letterkenny A.C.17.57        Kieran                  Mulligan                                    Individual17.58        Shane                  Mc Nulty                                    Finn Valley17.59        Michael                Gallagher                                    Finn Valley18.00        Michael                Walsh                                        Enniskillen Racing Club18.04        Wesley                 Mc Cormick                                Finn Valley18.08        Barry                   Cannon                                      Individual18.08        Donough              Mc Brearty                                  Individual18.21        Ronan                  McIntyre                                    Individual18.22        Gareth                  Mc Laughlin                                Inishowen AC18.22        Gerry                   Mc Manus                                  Tír Chonaill AC18.31        Raymond              Doherty                                     Finn Valley18.33        Richard                Mc Carthy                                  Tír Chonaill AC18.39        Conor                  Gallagher                                    Lifford AC18.41        Rory                    Connor                                      Sligo A C18.42        Michael                Maguire                                     Ardara18.46        Ben                     George                                      Letterkenny A.C.18.47        Shaun Paul            Byrne                                        Finn Valley18.51        Christopher            Gallen                                       Individual18.56        Michael                Penros                                       Individual18.56        Tom                    Thompson                                  Finn Valley18.56       Niall                McCready                             Inividual19.09        Duone                  Long                                         Finn Valley19.18        Brendan                Irwin                                         Finn Valley19.24        Mark                   Burns                                        Sligo A C19.26        Noel                    Hoey                                         Tír Chonaill AC19.27        Stephen                Travers                                      Individual19.28        Kieran                  Coyle                                        Letterkenny A.C.19.32        Andy                   Scanlon                                      Finn Valley19.34        Eustace                 Tierney                                      Enniskillen Racing Club12 May 2012  Page 1 of 4   Time  FirstName  Surname  Club19.41        Paul                    Cosgrove                                    Letterkenny A.C.19.45        Kieran                  Gavigan                                     Individual19.45        Phil                    Boyle                                        Letterkenny A.C.19.47        Michael                Mc Nulty                                    Individual19.50        Mick                   Gallagher                                    Tír Chonaill AC19.51        Seamus                Curran                                       Finn Valley19.52        Sean                    Cassidy                                      Tir Chonaill19.52        Richard A             Raymond                                    Letterkenny A.C.19.55        Sharon                 Meehan                                      Tír Chonaill AC19.55        Gary                    Cunningham                                Individual19.56        Marie                   Boyle                                        Letterkenny A.C.20.01        Martin                  Anderson                                   Finn Valley20.01        Mary                   Connolly                                    Finn Valley20.06        James                  Bradshaw                                   Tír Chonaill AC20.06        Barry                   Duffy                                        Tír Chonaill AC20.12        Tony                   Hegarty                                      Individual20.13        Mirian                  Bonar                                        Finn Valley20.17        Charlie                 Hamilton                                    North Sligo A.C20.23        Helen                   Mc Cready                                  Rosses AC20.23        Charmian              O’Brien                                      Finn Valley20.27        Kevin                   Mc Glone                                   Sligo A C20.32        Cliodhna               Dunne                                       Finn Valley20.42        Philomena             Gallagher                                    Tír Chonaill AC20.43        Paddy                  Molloy                                      Individual20.46        Jackie                  Harvey                                      Tír Chonaill AC20.57        Bríd                    Long                                         Individual20.58        Paul                    Collam                                       Individual20.59        Darragh                Ward                                         Tír Chonaill AC20.59        Paul                    Ward                                         Tír Chonaill AC21.00        Pat                      Mc Crudden                                Finn Valley21.01        James                  Maguire                                     Finn Valley21.11        Paul                    O’Loughlin                                  Individual21.18        Aidan                  Mc Gonigle                                 Tír Chonaill AC21.19        Pat                      Byrne                                        Killybegs A C21.19        Vera                    Haughey                                    Tír Chonaill AC21.22        Paul                    Whoriskey                                  Individual21.28        Declan                 Rooney                                      Individual21.29        Dermott                Mulligan                                    Individual21.29        Eamonn                Mc Cready                                  Individual21.31        Pauric                  Keenaghan                                  Tír Chonaill AC21.32        Sharon                 Mc Gowan                                  Tír Chonaill AC21.36        Catherine              McKinley                                   Individual21.37        Caroline                Spratt                                        Tír Chonaill AC21.40        Ronan                  Mc Mullin                                  Tír Chonaill AC21.42        Jessica                 Gallagher                                    Tír Chonaill AC21.44        Kieran                  Kelly                                         Finn Valley21.49        Amy-May             Garvey                                      Individual21.56        Brian                   Mc Mullin                                  Tír Chonaill AC22.01        John                    Smith                                        Individual12 May 2012  Page 2 of 4   Time  FirstName  Surname  Club22.03        Margaret               Reid                                          Finn Valley22.04        Kealan                  Mc Nulty                                    Individual22.06        Eugene                 Gallagher                                    Individual22.06        Val                     Murray                                      Individual22.07        Colin                   Mc Neely                                   Individual22.09        Mark                   McGowan                                  Tír Chonaill AC22.09        Aidan                  Ferguson                                    Individual22.17        Margaret               Shiels                                        Letterkenny A.C.22.27        Gregory                O’Loughlin                                  Individual22.31        Denis                   Mc Gill                                      Individual22.34        Pauric                  Mc Dermott                                 Individual22.36        Laura                   Corbett                                      Letterkenny A.C.22.47        Ann                    Donoghue                                   Tír Chonaill AC22.54        John                    Cunningham                                Individual22.55        Serena                  Mc Daid                                     Individual22.58        Sharon                 Thompson                                  Finn Valley23.00        Loretta                 Cullen                                       Tír Chonaill AC23.02        Marian                 Kerr                                          Individual23.07        Marie                   Casserly                                     North Sligo A.C23.36        Cory                    Broderick                                   Individual23.42        Catriona                Gilligan                                      Finn Valley23.49        Stephen                Mc Philemy                                 Individual23.58        Nicola                  Maguire                                     Individual24.03        Elenor                  Rooney                                      Tír Chonaill AC24.04        Orla                    Campbell                                    Individual24.16        Brian                   Gillespie                                     Individual24.22        Sinead                  McGowan                                  Tír Chonaill AC24.27        Aidon                  Caldwell                                     Individual24.46        S                        Heart                                         Individual24.49        Kenny                  Roper                                        Tír Chonaill AC24.54        Jill                      Connor                                      Sligo A C25.06        Shane                  Smyth                                       Individual25.10        Pamela                 Zarb                                          Tír Chonaill AC25.22        Mary                   Hoey                                         Tír Chonaill AC25.34        Aisling                 Boyle                                        Individual25.38        Lisa                     Gavigan                                     Individual26.08        Celia                    Clancy                                       Tír Chonaill AC26.45        Michelle               Mc Garrigle                                 Individual26.50        Brendan                Brennan                                     Bundoran27.07        Moya                   Ferguson                                    Individual27.08        Karen                   Hartin                                        Individual27.21        Glenda                 McGee                                      Individual27.58        Desmond              Brownlie                                    Lagan Valley29.29        Elaine                  Brennan                                     Individual29.29        Olna                    Brennan                                     Bundoran29.33        Audrey                 Davitt                                        Individual30.07        Katherine              Williams                                     Individual30.16        Leanne                 O’Doherty                                   Individual30.31        Sarah                   Meehan                                      Individual12 May 2012  Page 3 of 4   Time  FirstName  Surname  Club30.37        Sarah                   Heron                                        Individual31.34        Lia                      Mc Clean                                    Individual38.56        Chloe                   Sharkey                                     Individual55.31        Nuala                   Knox                                         Individual55.32        Christine               Cunningham                                Individual55.33        Aileen                  Henry                                        IndividualTotal   15012 May 2012  Page 4 of 4Eamon HarveyRESULTS: TIR CHONAILL AC BALLYSHANNON 5K was last modified: May 12th, 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:RESULTS: TIR CHONAILL AC 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