Five PNG swimmers in for finals tonight

first_imgDespite drizzling conditions during the heats, the home crowd stood behind team PNG swimmers all the way.PNG’s Golden boy Ryan Pini, Samuel Seghers, Tkatchnoko sisters Savannah and Ebony and Tegan McCarthy qualified in their respective heats.Pini clocked fastest in the men’s 50m freestyle breaking another record with 23.21 seconds while Samuel Seghers finished fifth in the same hit behind Tahiti, Fiji and New Caledonia.He also qualified for the men’s 100m backstroke ahead of Tahiti on 58.94 seconds.Savannah Tkatchenko put up a strong fight against New Caledonian pool queen Lara Grangeon finishing 4th overall in the Women’s 200m medley.She clocked in 2 minutes, 24 seconds while her younger sister Ebony Tkatchenko finished sixth overall with 2 minutes, 41 seconds.Tegan McCarthy finished fourth in Women’s 100m butterfly on 1 minute, 8 seconds.She finished behind New Caledonia’s Lara Grangeon and Fiji’s Adi Kinisimere Naivulu and Tieri Erasito.The finals commence at 6 this evening.Pic 1: Savannah Tkatchenko and New Caledonia’s Lara Grangeon take the pool in a close encounter.Pic 2: Pini finish 1st in the Men’s 100m backstroke well ahead of Tahiti with strong support from the crowd.last_img read more

Liverpool announces that it leaves New Balance: it will be sponsored by Nike

first_imgPremier League* Data updated as of January 7, 2020 They have not come to light neither the agreed amounts nor the details of the agreement, that is, in the statement they do not explain when they end the contract with the brand or how much money they will receive per season of the American firm. In any case, Liverpool is expected to be among the teams in the world that enter the most by its clothing brand.At the same time, they have taken the opportunity to thank the previous brand for the services provided: “New Balance has been the official equipment supplier of the club since 2015 and will continue to be so until the end of the 2019-2020 season. We would like to thank you for your support and wish you all the best for the future.” As of June 1, Liverpool will change brands in regards to their sportswear. The champion of Europe will let your contract expire with New balance, which expires in a few months. Therefore, as of June 1, the agreement with the new sponsor, Nike, will become effective. that you saw great clubs in England like the Chelsea or the Tottenham, but who wanted to regain ground after gradually losing Arsenal, Manchester United or Manchester City. In Europe you also saw teams of the size of Barcelona, PSG, Atlético de Madrid or the Inter de Milan.last_img read more

Vintage Shiv gets Jaguars’ first win

first_imgBASSETERRE, St Kitts (CMC): Veteran left-hander Shiv Chanderpaul rolled back the years with a vintage half-century, as Guyana Jaguars trounced hapless Leeward Islands Hurricanes by 72 runs to post their first win of the Regional Super50 here Saturday. Stumbling on 51 for three at the end of the 17th over, Jaguars were steadied by Chanderpaul’s polished 81 and recovered to reach 219 for nine off their 50 overs at Warner Park. Seamer Quinton Boatswain was the best bowler with four for 54, while medium pacer Daron Cruickshank (2-26) and leg-spinner Odeane Browne (2-39) captured two wickets apiece. In reply, Hurricanes were 39 for one in the 13th over before losing their last nine wickets for 108 runs, as left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul snared three for 32 to cripple the innings. Left-arm spinner Gudakesh Motie (2-16) and left-arm seamer Raymon Reifer (2-19) both ended with two wickets apiece. Orlando Peters led the Hurricanes’ fight with 35, and opener Chesney Hughes got 27, but wickets fell steadily to derail the run chase. Medium pacer Paul Wintz claimed Shane Jeffers in the second over for two with three on the board, before Hughes and Nkrumah Bonner – replacing Cruickshank, who retired hurt before he had scored – ensured a stand of 36 for the second wicket. The right-handed Bonner managed just six before perishing in the 13th over, and Hughes followed in the next over after facing 42 balls and counting two fours, run out by good work from Reifer. Going nowhere at 69 for five, Hurricanes were handed a flicker of hope by Peters and Jacques Taylor (22), who put on 48 for the sixth wicket. Peters struck two fours and a six in a 79-ball innings, while Taylor supported in a 39-ball knock, which included a single boundary. Once the stand was broken, however, the last five wickets crashed for just 30 runs. Chanderpaul had earlier spared Jaguars blushes after they had been sent in. Cruickshank produced a burst that accounted for in-form opener Vishaul Singh (20) and captain Leon Johnson for eight. However, the 41-year-old Chanderpaul faced 128 balls and struck six fours and two sixes to lead the Jaguars’ comeback. He added 33 for the fourth wicket with Reifer (13) and a further 54 with wicketkeeper Anthony Bramble, whose 21 came from 20 balls. Chanderpaul also forged a 29-run, sixth-wicket stand with Royston Crandon (9), before both fell in successive deliveries at the start of the 46th over. Permaul then added precious runs for Jaguars at the death, lashing three fours and a six in a cameo 30 off 14 balls.last_img read more

Players happy with Red Stripe/Nike development programme

first_imgPlayers involved in the Red Stripe/Nike development programme are very happy with the initiative as they look forward to move on to a bigger stage in their football career. The beer giants and the American sports apparel company teamed up to stepped up the players’ development programme, which was started two years ago. Rohan Richards, who moved from Jamalco to Humble Lion during last month’s transfer window in the RSPL welcomed the joint venture. “It is very interesting. The programme is helping us as players to build confidence, accuracy, speed, ability, quick movements and other things to develop talent,” Richards said about the two-day programme that began Thursday at Barbican Complex. “The programme would definitely help me in a quest to break into the overseas market,” the 23-year-old midfielder noted. Another player, Jamoy Sibblies of Maverley-Hughenden described the programme as a learning curve. “This is a learning session. I am happy for the opportunity to be involved, so when I am back at my club in training the aim is to work on the things to improve my game,” Sibblies said. Michael Bookbinder, Nike Soccer Development manager outlined the approach of the programme. “Its been very good; the players are enthusiastic about the new technique and new training system courtesy of Nike. The elite training has four major stages. We have introduced Ronaldo which deals with speed; Rooney power, precision and scoring; Iniesta -touch and control; and Pique long passing,” Bookbinder explained. “They liked it as it gives different techniques. This is a pro-camp. We are very happy to be invited. We see potential as the aim is to give them opportunity to get to the next level as professionals overseas,” he added. Red Stripe’s assistant brand manager Rashima Kelly says her company is totally behind the development of young players. “It is a holistic programme. We want to get to the point where it’s a natural transition for players to move from the Red Stripe Premier League to the national team,” Kelly informed.last_img read more

Oil contract could be amended

first_img– says presidential adviser on petroleum…while criticising low royalty and large concession…not invited to Guyana’s first Oil and Gas SummitBy Lakhram BhagiratA contract is an agreement between two parties and when one is dissatisfied then the terms of that agreement could be reviewed and amended, according to the Presidential Adviser on Petroleum, Dr Jan Mangal.Dr Mangal made the statement while speaking to reporters following a discussion on the Government’s vision for the oil and gas sector at the University of Guyana’s Turkeyen Campus on Wednesday.Some of the students at the discussion“A contract is an agreement between two people and both parties need to be comfortable. If one party becomes really uncomfortable it will be changed. Guyana is a sovereign country, the evidence out there from around the world is that when situations change, like look at the price for natural gas people sign contracts for natural gas at very high price long-term contracts, the price for natural gas has dropped drastically, people are renegotiating those contracts,” he stated.He added that if a contract is amended then the oil companies would contend that Government is discouraging investments but noted that investments ought to be weighed compared to the level of comfort with the contract.He explained that if Guyana decided to amend its contract with ExxonMobil then there will be the perception that it does not know what it wants but noted that he believes otherwise.Dr Jan Mangal and Vice Chancellor, Professor Ivelaw Griffith“We have to be careful not to simplify too much. It is not black and white, there could be a whole lot of grey area in the middle,” the petroleum expert noted.Dr Mangal has a Doctorate in Offshore Geotechnical Engineering from Oxford University and a Bachelor in Civil Engineering from the University of Edinburg. He worked in the marine and oil and gas industries for over 18 years, where he spent 13 of those with US oil giant, Chevron, working on major projects in the USA, West Africa and Asia.When asked about whether he thinks the contract should be renegotiated, Dr Mangal stated that while he has his views he is not ready to pronounce on that publicly but did say it is a topic of discussion with the Government.“Last year the focus was getting the contract out so Guyana could get a comfort level of what the contract was about. The process has just started; it will probably take some time for the people to do analyses and Guyanese as a whole to decide what they want to do… sticking with things how they are or looking for another solution,” he explained.He further explained that if Government needs to get to a point where Guyanese are comfortable and trust them when it comes to the oil and gas industry.“It is part of my remit to push for transparency so don’t want to be in a situation where information is withheld from citizens and then they develop mistrust or further mistrust of the industry. We need Guyana and Guyanese to be comfortable with what they have and the direction they take. So, the way to do that is by putting information out there and not withholding information,” he noted.Dr Mangal informed that following the release of the contract in December of 2017, he is now in the process of organising a team of experts to review the contract for the Government to decide a way forward.“I am pushing to get experts… to get support from the IDB, IMF, etc to go and do thorough review of the contract. Some of them already have reviewed the contract so it’s the case of doing more of that and getting results and then for Government to look at the results and decide what to do,” he related.When asked if those reports should be made public, the oil and gas expert said it is his belief that all things should be made public so as to encourage transparency.Low royaltyUnder the renegotiated agreement, Guyana receives two per cent royalty on earnings from ExxonMobil’s oil sales while the US oil giant would not be required to pay taxes on its share of the profits and according to the President’s Petroleum Adviser that is low compared to global standards. He also raised concerns about the system used to negotiate that agreement and also the expertise of the persons doing the negotiating.“What we can do is look at what are the international norms. Royalty, when you look around, is more between 10 and 20 per cent, not two per cent. Tax is usually 20-30 per cent in some places, the production split of 50-50 is not too bad,” Dr Mangal noted while responding to a student’s question about whether the Government negotiated a fair contract.“If a process was followed then we would know who was involved, knew their competencies, expertise and that they went there to bat for Guyana. A lot of people in Guyana right now are questioning that,” he added.The presidential advisor said generally oil companies are very powerful and experts in everything they do and they know how to influence governments to a “T” but would buckle under public pressure and as such he encouraged Guyanese to engage in “intelligent debates” on the future of its oil and gas sector.Large concessionBased on the 1999 agreement and the new 2017 deal, ExxonMobil is controlling the entire Stabroek Block of about 600 blocks or 10 times more than what Guyana’s laws allow. That was raised by a law student of the university who sought to get clarification and Dr Mangal’s opinion on the control of such a large concession.“It is not good for one company owning too much of your acreage. Exxon already owns over 50 per cent of the acreage in Guyana. That’s not good for Guyana,” he said.“The other thing to consider in Guyana that this is a first project. Guyana is trying to attract international investment, however, Guyana needs to also remember that the Stabroek Block is a huge block and that contract promises the whole block. It could be that all of Guyana’s oil is in the Stabroek block… So if this was a small block then it would be okay to say oh well let’s leave it to the next block we will get a better deal but the block is a huge block so Guyanese need to weight the tradeoff with that situation of the blocks and trying to attract foreign investments,” Dr Mangal added.He noted that in some countries, they mandate competition and control who the blocks are allocated to while recommending that a review of the block allocation be done.GIPEX SummitThe University of Guyana hosted the discussion on the day the inaugural Guyana International Petroleum Business Summit (GEPEX) opened and his absence from the event was notable.When asked about that, he told reporters that he was never invited to the event despite his boss, President David Granger, being listed as one of the speakers.“I was not invited to go so that’s the main reason. If you looked at the website, you will see President Granger picture was there. I would assume he was invited,” he said.However, the President was a no show at the event.last_img read more

Education Month launches with ‘wellness’ theme

first_imgAs schools across the country opened their doors on Monday, the Education Ministry launched Education Month 2017, which focuses on wellness and family, with the aim of linking academics with community development. The fact that education is at the heart of community development prompted this year’s theme “Promoting Wellness in Communities through Quality Education.”It was announced by Chief Education Officer (CEO) Marcel Hutson, who told aA section of the gathering at the launch of Education Month 2017gathering at Umana Yana in Kingston, Georgetown, that quality education was a human right.“We at the Ministry of Education have been working assiduously to ensure our children from every part of Guyana, including the hinterland, enjoy the best possible education. We have provided the foundation for equity and purposeful development by improving the quality of teacher education,” the CEO told the gathering.Hutson noted that these improvements focused on developing continuous professional development programmes geared at addressing the weaknesses of some teachers. To this end, provision was made for training and coaching in the subject areas of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and literacy. The CEO indicated that for this new academic year, there will also be a review of theStudents performing a cultural piece at the Umana Yana, Kingston, Georgetownschool curriculum. He further committed that school dormitories would be maintained.Meanwhile, Education Minister Nicolette Henry highlighted the need to implement objectives and policies that would improve on this year’s results at the Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) and National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA). She said that Education Month allowed time and opportunity for the Ministry to engage all of its stakeholders – teachers, parents, students, organisations and the general public.“We will galvanise our resources to showcase education whether it be through fairs, rallies, radio, television programmes and social media,” she highlighted.Minister Henry, however, added that there should be more feedback among the stakeholders, and told the gathering that this would strengthen the Ministry’s strategies and systems. She further outlined some of the measures slated to improve access to education.“The overarching priorities for the Ministry of Education for this new academic year will see us focusing on reducing the disparity in education by making sure all schools are working to the same high standard. The Government of Guyana has a principled objective of its public policy to strengthen the administration of the 10 regions and to improve the delivery of education and other public services,” she explained.As part of that policy, the Minister noted that there would be the establishing of regional technical institutes to provide access to technical education for a greater number of the country’s young people.The gathering also heard that the National Centre for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) and Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE) will spearhead programmes that will see additional and enhanced use of technology in the nation’s classrooms.The observances and festivities that are associated with Education Month will conclude on October 5.last_img read more

Serbia’s Milorad Mazic to referee Champions League final

first_imgFrenchman Clement Turpin will serve as the fourth official.Mazic has refereed four Champions League group stage matches this season and was the man in the middle for last year’s Confederations Cup final between Chile and Germany.Dutchman Bjorn Kuipers has been appointed referee for the Europa League final between Atletico Madrid and Marseille in Lyon on May 16.He was in charge of the 2013 Europa League final between Chelsea and Benfica, as well as the 2014 Champions League final involving Real and Atletico.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Mazic took charge of Germany’s 1-0 win over Chile in last year’s Confederations Cup final © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEPARIS, France, May 7 – Serbian referee Milorad Mazic will take charge of the Champions League final between holders Real Madrid and Liverpool on May 26 in Kiev, UEFA announced on Monday.The 45-year-old, an international referee since 2009, will be assisted by compatriots Milovan Ristic and Dalibor Djurdjevic.last_img read more

Offering a ‘cheer’ for America

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! VALENCIA – The Santa Clarita Master Chorale will wind up its seventh season June 3 and 4 with a program laden with patriotic music. The concert will kick off with “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” arranged by Mark Hayes. Accompanist Ann Moore will display her keyboard artistry in a solo performance of “American Declaration,” and Chorale soprano Leslie Garman will solo on “My Man’s Gone Now” from “Porgy and Bess.” “This concert represents a musical salute to everything good in this land,” Chorale director Allan Petker said. “We’ll do a variety of old favorites along with some very dramatic and emotional pieces. In other words, we’ll have fun with familiar pieces, while maintaining a dignified perspective on the sacrifices that made this country great.” One selection reminiscent of America’s revolutionary spirit 230 years ago will be the performance of Randall Thompson’s “The Testament of Freedom,” four selected writings of Thomas Jefferson. And Ron Kean’s “American Mass” weaves American hymns and spirituals into a traditional missa brevis (short mass). The Chorale also will present the premiere performance of a new medley of Irving Berlin tunes arranged by Santa Clarita resident Jan Sanborn. Sanborn has woven together three Berlin favorites – “Blue Skies,” “It’s a Lovely Day Today” and “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” – into one arrangement. The spring season will be celebrated with Aaron Copland’s “Stomp Your Foot,” “The Promise of Living,” and “Simple Gifts,” arranged by David L. Brunner. Several folk songs and spirituals will be featured, including “Camptown Races” and “Witness,” arranged by Jack Halloran; “Going Over Home,” arranged by Glenn H. Finney; and “The Battle of Jericho,” arranged by Moses Hogan. The Chorale will also perform Stephen Foster’s toe-tapping “Some Folks Do,” arranged by Mark Hayes. The men will present a David Dickau arrangement of “America the Beautiful,” and the women will present Robert Greenlee’s folk song, “Johnny Has Gone for A Soldier,” in addition to Copland’s “The Horses.” Performances of “Stand Up and Cheer!” are scheduled for 7 p.m. June 3 and 3:30 p.m. June 4 at Valencia United Methodist Church, 25718 McBean Parkway, Valencia. Tickets are $19 for general admission and $14 for seniors and students. Tickets can be purchased at The Cobblestone Cottage, 24335 Magic Mountain Parkway, Valencia; at Cookbooks Plus, 24339 San Fernando Road, Newhall; and at Rooms and Blooms, 24264 Valencia Blvd, Valencia. Order forms are also available on the Chorale’s Web site, For information, call (661) 254-8886.last_img read more


first_imgQuiz:The Ulster Quiz final takes place today Wed. 20th March in Mahon’s Hotel, Irvinstown, Co Fermanagh. Donegal will be represented by Scoil Chróine-Dungloe; Kilmacrennan NS ; Gaelscoil Leitir Ceanainn and Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana.Rounders: The draws for the rounders competitions have been made and will be emailed to the relevant schools this week. The first round of fixtures must be played by 23rd March. The competiton is split into three divisions:Large Schools- 8 plus mainstream teachers; Medium Schools- 4/7 mainstream teachers; Small Schools- 2/3 mainstream teachersFootball Championship: Fixtures for the 2012/13 season are now on the website. Teachers are encouraged to play as many blitzes as possible in their section in order to give the pupils as much game time as possible. Results should be recorded and the school with the most wins will qualify for the knockout stages in April.Mouth Guards:Teachers please note that from Jan. 1st 2013, it is compulsory for all players to wear mouthguards during Cumann na mBunscol football competitions. Players will not be allowed on to the field of play without one after this date. This is a directive from the National Committee of the GAA and will also be implemented at club level.Indoor Football:‘Game On’, Letterkenny was the venue for the boys and girls indoor football finals on Friday last. Over 40 schools took part in each of these competitions at the outset with the finals being whittled down to just 7 schools. A high standard of football throughout made for tough games for all involved. The boys final saw Kilmacrennan NS come up against Tooban NS. Having won the earlier game in the section, the boys from Inishowen fancied their chances in the final. However, the boys from Kilmacrennan put on a magnificent display and dominated the final, winning on a scoreline of 4-5 to 0-2.The girls competition was also keenly contested with the girls from Woodlands facing Scoil Naomh Fionán, Falcarragh in the final. In a tough contest it was the girls from Falcarragh who won out in the end and captured the silverware. Both Kilmacrennan NS and Falcarragh now progress to the Ulster indoor finals to be held in Cookstown, Co Tyrone in April.Committee Meeting:The next meeting will take place in Heaney’s, Ballybofey on Mon. 8th April @ 4.30pm.GAA NEWS: SCHOOLS NOTES was last modified: March 20th, 2013 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:GAA schools noteslast_img read more


first_imgLetterkenny AC athlete Paul McGlinchey won last night’s Convoy 5K with almost a minute to spare on his closest rival.McGlinchey came home in a time of 16.57 followed by Shane Gallagher and James Crossan.More than 300 runners took part in the successful race. Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 431 16.57 paul mcglinchey SM Letterkenny A C2 294 17.42 shane gallagher SM Individual3 370 17.43 james crossan SM Lifford A C 4 181 18.04 garet Kerrigan j SM Milford A C5 215 18.12 ciaran callaghan SM Individual6 81 18.23 jonathan browne SM Individual7 196 18.25 Brian mc namee JM Convoy CLCG8 462 18.40 kenny odonnell M40 Individual 9 13 18.50 Seamus Odonnell SM Convoy Running Club10 338 19.04 jack mc bride JM Finn Valley A C11 353 19.05 mark connolly SM Finn Valley A C12 408 19.08 naill bonner JM Individual 13 429 19.14 joe gallagher SM Milford A C14 28 19.15 micheal devenny M40 United Health Care15 436 19.20 adam mcginley JM Lifford A C16 241 19.24 john taylor SM Individual17 207 19.27 peter mc menamin SM Individual18 322 19.29 megan mcnulty SW Individual19 334 19.33 brian doherty SM Milford A C20 188 19.35 David shovlin SM Convoy CLCG21 188 19.35 David shovlin SM Convoy CLCG22 270 19.35 derek callaghan SM Individual23 161 19.57 Gavin Toner SM Individual24 216 19.57 emmett patterson SM Individual25 200 20.00 Warren blackburn SM Convoy Running Club26 424 20.02 Gabrial o leary SM Castlefinn Runners27 350 20.11 paul mc gee SM Tír Chonaill A C28 15 20.12 adrian mc Hugh SM Individual29 203 20.13 micheal ayton SM Convoy CLCG30 337 20.16 j a mc mullen SM Individual31 332 20.19 MICHEAL MC HUGH SM Milford A C32 30 20.21 adrian coll SM United Health Care33 453 20.25 gavin haris SM Individual34 413 20.25 brian mc mongle SM Individual35 226 20.27 lee gildea SM Letterkenny A C36 292 20.29 owen mc gill SM Individual37 189 20.30 benny bonner SM Individual38 301 20.32 paul gildea SM Individual39 219 20.47 sean browne SM Convoy CLCG40 213 20.47 anthony browne SM Convoy CLCG41 341 20.55 martina hegarty SW Individual42 412 20.58 des goyvarets SM Individual43 260 21.10 francais gildea SM Individual44 293 21.10 barry gallagher SM Individual45 454 21.16 tom bangeit M40 Individual46 34 21.21 charlie gildea SM Individual47 256 21.28 danny mc dermott SM Convoy Running Club48 471 21.35 ronan o donnell JM Individual49 248 21.36 joseph mc gill SM Individual50 305 21.37 james callaghan SM Individual51 373 21.42 mitchel mc laughlin SM Individual52 375 21.43 noel lynch M40 Letterkenny A C53 365 21.44 camilla mc granaghan SW Individual54 366 21.45 charlie paige SM Letterkenny A C55 313 21.50 philip browne SM Individual56 430 21.52 paul odonnell SM Convoy57 415 21.56 john moore JM Individual58 97 21.57 mark harkin SM Convoy Running Club59 295 21.58 peter mc Ginley SM Individual60 279 22.02 sean mc ginley SM Individual61 262 22.10 declan mc elwaine SM Individual62 340 22.15 martin foy SM Individual63 80 22.16 philip morrow SM Individual64 466 22.18 maeve culhane SW Finn Valley A C65 58 22.25 john sweeney SM Individual66 259 22.29 barry mc cauley SM Individual67 246 22.34 annemaire dalton SW Finn Valley A C68 336 22.38 nina patton SW Convoy Running Club69 410 22.39 chris ashmore M40 Individual70 273 22.41 richard duncan SM Castlefinn Runners71 178 22.42 Joe Gavin SM Lifford A C72 377 22.45 eimear gallen SW Individual73 201 22.46 mark glenn SM Convoy Running Club74 217 22.48 liam mc mullen M40 Individual75 268 22.49 shaun o donnell M40 Individual76 265 22.54 dermott gallagher SM Individual77 326 22.54 patrick mc nulty SM Individual78 326 22.54 claire kavanagh SW Convoy79 464 22.56 shauna guthrie SW Finn Valley A C80 470 22.57 paul clancey M40 Individual81 75 22.59 cathal mc bride SM Convoy Running Club82 414 23.08 kevin doherty SM Individual83 191 23.09 eamonn mc connell M40 Castlefinn Runners84 405 23.12 alistair hertherington M40 Individual85 425 23.13 DAVID OLEARY SM Individual86 190 23.17 sinead mc connell W40 Castlefinn Runners87 446 23.19 mark gildea SM Individual88 258 23.21 finton o hagan SM Castlefinn Runners89 468 23.22 keith french SM Individual90 193 23.28 don smith SM Convoy Running Club91 402 23.31 evelyn mc geehan W40 Finn Valley A C92 297 23.37 eugene mc Ginley SM Individual93 263 23.50 carl houston SM Castlefinn Runners94 423 23.55 Samanta wilkinson W40 Finn Valley A C95 474 23.59 kay drummond W40 Tír Chonaill A C96 303 24.01 barry o donnell SM Convoy Running Club97 255 24.08 francesca patton SW Individual98 257 24.08 gareth patton SM Individual99 422 24.15 richard orr SM Tír Chonaill A C100 186 24.16 conor Mc Dermott Walker Convoy CLCG101 333 24.16 james browne M40 Individual102 469 24.23 Adrain o donnell SM Individual103 134 24.25 paul doherty SM Individual104 477 24.32 carmel gornel SW Tír Chonaill A C105 33 24.41 Suzanne mc closkey SW United Health Care106 445 24.42 paul wheelan SM Individual107 472 24.51 deborah dawson SW Tír Chonaill A C108 328 24.53 olivia gillen SW Convoy Running Club109 327 24.53 liam deeney SM Convoy110 327 24.53 mark gillen SM Convoy Running Club111 212 25.04 padraig porter SM Convoy CLCG112 347 25.08 eimear alexander SW Castlefinn Runners113 272 25.08 kelly wilson SW Convoy CLCG114 169 25.09 Jemma mc glinchey SW Convoy Running Club115 282 25.13 micheal mc caffrey M40 Individual116 444 25.17 jimmy gildea M40 Letterkenny A C117 459 25.18 lisa mc glynn SW Castlefinn Runners118 476 25.22 claire curran SW Tír Chonaill A C119 325 25.32 john quinn SM Convoy120 205 25.41 sinead kelly SW Individual121 349 25.42 martina mc gee SW Tír Chonaill A C122 278 25.43 martina mc daid SW Convoy CLCG123 300 25.44 Ashlean mc geehan SW Finn Valley A C124 29 25.44 eamonn o hagan M40 United Health Care125 346 25.46 mathew grant SM Individual126 475 26.09 valisa o donnell Walker Individual127 251 26.10 victoria kelly SW Convoy Running Club128 152 26.11 Gracie O Donnell SW Convoy Running Club129 316 26.24 helena witherow SW Individual130 435 26.24 jennifer pearson SW Finn Valley A C131 339 26.30 ciara foy SW Individual132 354 26.30 sean bonner SM Convoy Running Club133 274 26.34 laura whyte duncan SW Castlefinn Runners134 126 26.38 louise mailey SW Convoy Running Club135 225 26.38 john mailey SM Convoy Running Club136 296 26.42 barry foley SM Individual137 266 26.43 eileen morning W40 Individual138 417 26.43 james green SM Individual139 318 26.51 alan witherow SM Individual140 254 27.06 brian kelly SM Convoy Running Club141 185 27.07 donal mc dermott Walker Convoy CLCG142 467 27.09 daniel mc menamin Walker Individual143 403 27.11 chloe hertherington Walker Individual144 42 27.18 ciara lynch SW Convoy Running Club145 321 27.19 lawrence crossan SM Individual146 433 27.20 sinead mcglynn SW Finn Valley A C147 434 27.20 kevin odonnell SM Individual148 86 27.26 victoria kelly JW Convoy CLCG149 83 27.27 erica wilson JW Convoy CLCG150 330 27.31 paula o donnell SW Convoy Running Club151 227 27.33 wiliam parke SM Individual152 369 27.38 jessica mc gill SW Convoy CLCG153 458 27.39 margaret paige/slevin SW Individual154 155 27.48 Teiron Boyle Walker Individual155 206 27.49 claire irwin SW Individual156 163 27.50 John park SM Individual157 376 27.55 cora harvey SW Finn Valley A C158 27 27.58 lisa gibson SW Convoy CLCG159 159 28.04 robert Johnston SM Individual160 192 28.04 kayleigh smith SW Convoy Running Club161 267 28.10 mary o donnell W40 Individual162 308 28.12 sinead greenw SW Convoy Running Club163 93 28.12 monica donaghy SW Convoy Running Club164 120 28.14 paula donaghy SW Convoy Running Club165 210 28.16 hanalka gibson SW Lifford A C166 310 28.18 emma mungur SW Individual167 309 28.19 charlotte irwin SW Individual168 460 28.20 pamela nelson SW Individual169 299 28.21 garry gillespie SM Individual170 79 28.24 wesley mc clean SM Individual171 230 28.41 fiona ferry SW Castlefinn Runners172 209 28.50 richard smyth SM Individual173 151 28.59 Davina O Donnell SW Convoy Running Club174 229 29.00 loretta mc nulty SW Castlefinn Runners175 144 29.05 Veronica Kilpatrick W40 Convoy Running Club176 452 29.09 marian bangeit W40 Individual177 222 29.10 karen peterson SW Individual178 416 29.11 maire bonner W40 Individual179 243 29.23 margaret doherty W40 Individual180 244 29.23 micheal dohetty SM Individual181 314 29.25 luane toner SW Convoy182 463 29.26 ben mc menamin Walker Individual183 379 29.26 stephen henderson SM Individual184 286 29.27 aoife harper Walker Individual185 451 29.27 cassie slevin Walker Individual186 311 29.38 sarah toye SW Convoy CLCG187 233 29.39 amanda johnston SW Convoy Running Club188 245 29.41 maire boyle SW Individual189 331 29.41 liesel toner SW Convoy Running Club190 348 29.42 siobhan mahar SW Inishowen A C191 329 29.44 grainne graham SW Finn Valley A C192 264 29.46 roseanna byrne SW Individual193 261 29.46 annmaire o hagan SW Castlefinn Runners194 1 29.51 Adelaine temple W40 Convoy Running Club195 443 29.53 karina gildea SW Individual196 271 30.07 natasha white SW Castlefinn Runners197 269 30.07 tracyy matthewson SW Castlefinn Runners198 358 30.10 william bonner SM Individual199 407 30.11 kay bonner W40 Convoy Running Club200 473 30.12 Graine o donnell SW Convoy Running Club201 5 30.13 michelle temple W40 Convoy Running Club202 142 30.16 Joleen mc Hugh SW Convoy 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Convoy Running Club247 70 35.58 jacinta mc bride SW Convoy Running Club248 374 36.04 martina lynch SW Individual249 361 36.56 jason patton Walker Individual250 43 37.16 louise gallen SW Convoy Running Club251 291 37.16 shirley gillespie SW Individual252 242 37.30 oran taylor Walker Individual253 129 37.35 lauren mailey SW Convoy Running Club254 447 37.37 joanne mclaughlin SW Individual255 158 37.41 alision Johnaton SW Convoy Running Club256 141 38.33 rosemary parkinson W40 Individual257 208 38.35 hannah parkinson SW Individual258 281 38.43 leanne quinn SW Individual259 280 38.44 ashleen temple SW Individual260 218 39.02 evanne mc carron SW Individual261 367 39.12 fiona mc gill SW Convoy Running Club262 368 39.13 lauren mc gill SW Individual263 456 39.17 leslie browne W40 Individual264 235 39.42 paddy gildea SM Individual265 419 40.36 terrance quinn M40 Individual266 240 40.37 claire taylor Walker Individual267 478 40.38 sharon mc nulty SW Individual268 304 41.22 fiona kee SW Individual269 302 41.22 mary mc granaghan SW Individual270 40 42.00 caoimhe browne JW Convoy CLCG271 82 42.01 katie o donnell JW Convoy CLCG272 60 43.25 katie allan Walker Individual273 69 43.25 ciaran allan Walker Individual274 59 43.25 patricia allan W40 Individual275 437 43.25 aine gallagher Walker Individual276 317 43.46 riannagh witherow Walker Individual277 277 43.46 rita mc daid W40 Individual278 276 43.57 patricia wright W40 Individual279 441 43.57 leagh doherty Walker Individual280 442 44.02 cara mclaughlin Walker Individual281 440 44.14 linda doherty SW Individual282 440 44.14 paddy gallagher M40 Lifford A C283 198 44.16 Eugene mc namee SM Individual284 197 44.22 Concepta mc namee SW Individual285 284 44.22 stephen harper SM Individual286 287 44.22 stephen harper SM Convoy Running Club287 479 44.25 rose mailey Walker Individual288 480 44.25 sean mailey Walker Individual289 409 44.48 nicola bonner Walker Individual290 236 45.07 emma mc namee SW Convoy CLCG291 371 45.31 tom foley M40 Individual292 237 46.24 gemma mc crabbe SW Individual293 182 46.24 Shenia Browne Walker Convoy CLCG294 345 46.29 brenda grautom W40 Individual295 344 46.30 mae quinn W40 Individual296 194 46.31 majella mc mullen SW Individual297 195 46.31 tim callaghan SM Individual298 247 46.32 john mc mullen Walker Individual299 439 46.42 theresa ward W40 Individual300 335 46.43 micheal patton SM Convoy CLCG301 204 46.43 mary shovlin SW Convoy CLCG302 324 47.14 sharon stewart SW Individual303 250 49.04 bernadette gallagher SW Individual304 249 49.05 cathal browne Walker Convoy CLCG305 249 49.05 eimear gallagher SM Individual306 360 49.06 ORLA MC ATEER Walker Individual307 363 49.06 sarah mcateer Walker Individual308 253 49.06 paurick gallagher SM Individual309 364 49.35 aine mc ateer SM Individual310 117 49.35 brendan alexander SM Individual311 112 49.57 viola wallis SW Individual312 323 50.05 janice mcclure W40 Individual313 432 50.05 megan barnet Walker Individual314 421 50.06 melaissa quinn Walker Individual315 418 50.09 tina quinn W40 Individual316 202 50.10 eimear shovlin SW Convoy CLCG317 411 50.58 carmel bonner W40 Individual318 359 50.58 julie patton Walker Individual319 356 58.53 rosemary patton SW Individual320 461 59.24 catherine mc menamin SW Individual321 465 59.24 bernard mc menamin SM IndividualTotal Runners: 321McGLINCHEY WINS CONVOY 5K was last modified: August 15th, 2013 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:Convoy 5Klast_img read more