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Chooks Pilipinas books quarters slot, beats Thailand’s Mono Vampire

first_imgFiring on all cylinders, Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas shot 14-of-28 from downtown to silence the reigning Thailand Basketball Super League champion.Isaiah Austin dominated anew with 27 markers, 19 boards, and four blocks while Kiefer Ravena again took charge late as the 23-year-old guard poured in 14 of his 24 points in the payoff period.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogHe also finished with two rebounds, seven assists and two steals.Jeron Teng fired 17 markers and five boards, while LA Revilla nearly had a double-double with nine points, nine assists, and four rebounds. LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award DAY6 is for everybody It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Lindor’s 33rd homer leads Indians over Mariners Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up The scores:CHOOKS-TO-GO PILIPINAS 115 – Cruz 28, Austin 27, Ravena 24, Jero. Teng 17, Revilla 9, Manuel 3, Tamsi 3, Jose 2, Vosotros 2, Jeri. Teng 0, Torres 0.MONO VAMPIRE 102 – Singletary 32, Brickman 17, Kruatiwa 17, Klahan 10, Apiromvilaichai 8, Sunthonsiri 7, Phuangla 6, Sekteera 3, Chanthachon 2, Boonyai 0.Quarters: 31-22, 57-51, 81-77, 115-101.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next How to help the Taal evacuees The victory pushed Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas on top of Group A with a 2-1 record.Chooks-to-Go looked like it was well on its way to another easy victory after taking a 103-90 lead after a Teng triple with 3:15 left, but Michael Singletary and Jason Brickman teamed up to cut the deficit to just seven, 109-102, with 31.1 seconds left.But Revilla and Ravena were steady from the charity stripe, sinking four free throws before Austin punctuated the win with a thunderous windmill slam.Singletary, a former PBA import who saw action for Barako Bull and San Miguel, paced Mono Vampire (1-1) with 32 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, and two steals, while the Fil-American Brickman had 17 markers, nine assists, and seven boards in the losing effort.Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas will wrap up its campaign in the group stages against Petrochimi of Iran on Tuesday.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Photo from Fiba.comChooks-to-Go Pilipinas entered the quarterfinals after a 115-102 win over Mono Vampire of Thailand in the 2017 Fiba Asia Champions Cup Sunday at Chenzhou Sports Center in Chenzhou, China.Carl Bryan Cruz had it going from the opening tip en route to a 28-point outing built on eight triples as the Philippines made a complete turnaround from its poor showing in a loss to Sareyyet Ramallah of Palestine on Saturday.ADVERTISEMENT Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scenelast_img read more

First subsea tree for Liza Phase 1 installed

first_imgExxonMobil on Monday announced that Liza Phase 1 development has reached another milestone with the installation of the first subsea tree.According to the company, a subsea tree monitors and controls the production of a subsea well. Affixed to the wellhead of a completed well, it can also manage fluids or gas injected into a well.The installation of the first subsea tree“The tree arrived in Guyanese waters on the Chouest C-Installer in February. Installation and testing began on April 11 and lasted for four days,” the company said in a release to the media.According to ExxonMobil, it was lowered into the water from the back deck of the multipurpose installation vessel via a crane, set in 1700 meters of water onto the first completed well then latched and locked into place using a Remote Operated Vehicle (ROV). The valves were then pressure tested.An underwater image of the subsea treeThe next tree is expected to be installed in May.The Liza Phase 1 development includes a subsea production system and a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel designed to have the capacity to process up to 120,000 barrels of oil per day from four subsea drill centres consisting of 17 wells which include eight producers, six water injectors and three gas injectors.Production start-up is scheduled for early 2020.US oil giant ExxonMobil has revised the estimated gross recoverable resource from the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana to approximately 5.5 billion oil-equivalent barrels.last_img read more

Ritchie Hosker and Valerie Unruh victorious at Links Clubs Championship

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Links hosted their Club Championships last weekend.The championships saw a total of 39 golfers competing to be crowned the Link’s top competitor.Ritchie Hosker had the best finish as he won the championship flight by nine strokes, shooting a 146 in two days of golf action. The ladies side was much closer as Val Unruh beat Pam Labeau by just one stroke.- Advertisement -In the Jr. Flight, Aiden Craig-Steele had smooth sailing as he shot 144, 23 strokes better than the next closest golfer.Winners from the Championships are shown below:Championship Flight:Advertisement Ritchie Hosker: 146Adam Krueger: 157Ladies Championship Flight:Val Unruh: 199Pam Labeau: 200Jr. Flight:Aiden Craig-Steele: 144Chase London: 167First Flight:Bud Palfy: 169Leroy Krueger/Elliot Knight: 171Second Flight:Advertisement Brian Campbell: 176Kevin Frankham: 190Third Flight:Evan Saugstad: 183Doug McCracken: 205Ladies First Flight:Jan Jorven: 203Nathaile Middleton: 204last_img read more

Weekly MP Report from Jay Hill

first_imgAs my colleague Veterans Affairs Minister Greg Thompson pointed out this week: This is what nations around the world think of when they see our Red Maple Leaf, or when they see “Canada” on a brave soldier’s uniform.  They know that when the cause is just, Canadians will be there. When the world calls, Canada answers, because that is the Canadian way.  It always has been and it always will be.  Thousands of Canadian soldiers are answering the world’s call this Christmas.  They are serving in some of the world’s most troubled places, like Afghanistan.  And we are thinking of them, their families and those who have lost loved ones. On behalf of my wife Leah, my children and my staff, I wish you and your family and friends a very, merry Christmas filled with hope, love and happiness.Advertisement MP Report by Jay Hill, M.P. What’s more, Canada’s Gross Domestic Product grew by 0.2% in October, the second consecutive monthly increase.  It’s a fragile recovery, but worthy of generating some hope for the coming weeks as we gather around the table this Christmas. As I said, the year has not been without challenges.  Far too many workers in Prince George-Peace River and throughout the country have lost their jobs or seen their family income drop due to the global economic recession. We will never forget that this country we love was built by generations of ordinary men and women doing truly extraordinary things. They have earned the right to be called our nation’s truest heroes.” After having served Christmas dinner to Canadians soldiers in Afghanistan in 2006, they continue to be very much on my mind each Christmas.Advertisement “It is at times like this that we understand how truly blessed our nation is to have so many courageous Canadians willing to sacrifice everything so that we can live in peace and freedom.Advertisement Just the fact that we CAN be with family is a blessing.  In fact, many families of Canadian soldiers are truly missing their loved ones serving in Afghanistan. It’s not typical for me to quote economic statistics in my annual Christmas column but it is traditional for me to convey a message of hope and to focus on the importance of being with loved ones through the holiday season. Canada’s economy still has a long way to go but we can be thankful that we didn’t take the kind of hit that our neighbours south of the border have suffered.  For the first time in a generation, the United States unemployment rate is nearly 2% higher than Canada’s.  While Canada gained 80,000 jobs last month, considerably higher than the market expectations of a 15,000 job increase, the U.S. lost 11,000 jobs. As we gather with family, friends and neighbours to celebrate Christmas and look forward to a brand New Year, we have so much to be thankful for.  Yes, it HAS indeed been a difficult year in many respects but this important holiday has a way of putting things in perspective and sorting out the truly “important” things in life. “Truly Blessed at Christmas”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Tottenham Hotspur transfer news: Italy international linked, plus double blow

first_img 5 5 Tottenham Hotspur, much like last summer, have so far been very quiet in the transfer market.In the end, Spurs landed five players including Toby Alderweireld and Heung-Min Son, but how many will they sign this summer?It’s unlikely it will be too many and Mauricio Pochettino already seems keen on bringing in a new striker to bolster his options.So, what’s the latest Tottenham transfer news? Click the right arrow above to find out… Nicolas N’Koulou (Marseille) – Reports in France are claiming Tottenham and Liverpool target N’Koulou could move to Schalke this summer. He is available on a free transfer in the summer as his contract runs out and it appears the German side are at the head of the queue as they look to replace Joel Matip, who will be linking up with Jurgen Klopp at Anfield. Victor Wanyama (Southampton) – With the Saints facing another summer of upheaval, Tottenham could sneak in and sign long-term target Wanyama. They will be rivalled by Leicester City, who are on the hunt for a defensive midfielder as they plan for life without N’Golo Kante. It would take a bid of around £25m to prise the Kenyan away from St Mary’s. 5 Franco Vazquez (Palermo) – Click the right arrow above for more Tottenham transfer news… – According to reports in the Sunday People, the Italian side are expecting Tottenham to follow up their interest in the Italian international midfielder. The 27-year-old grabbed eight goals and six assists last season and is also wanted by Fiorentina and AC Milan. 5 Samuel Umtiti (Lyon) – Tottenham have seen their hopes of landing the French star take a blow after Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas confirmed the club had been approached by Barcelona about the player. No negotiations have begun but it looks likely Spurs will miss out on the defender who once scored a stunning goal against them in the Europa League. 5 Alex Pritchard – The young midfielder as set to play a role in Tottenham’s first-team last season, after a promising spell on loan at Brentford, but injury, sadly, scuppered those plans. His campaign ended in a disappointing loan at West Brom, but Swansea are now reportedly interested in landing the attacking midfielder, who is handy at set-pieces.last_img read more

A history of every Euros mascot from 1980 to 2016, including Super Victor

first_img 10 10 Benelucky was the official mascot of Euro 2000, co-hosted in the Netherlands and Belgium Goaliath was the official mascot of Euro 1996, hosted in England Péno was the official mascot of Euro 1984, hosted in France Most, by now, will be familiar with the Euro 2016 mascot.Super Victor is the face of this summer’s tournament and is set to feature heavily on our television screens over the next month.EVERY OFFICIAL EUROS FINAL MATCH BALL FROM 1968 TO 2016And taking inspiration from Super Victor, talkSPORT has seen it fitting to take a trip down memory lane, looking at every mascot used over the years for the European Championships.While the first finals were held in 1960, an official mascot wasn’t introduced until 1980.Check out every mascot by viewing the slideshow above. 10 10 Kinas was the official mascot of Euro 2004, hosted in Portugal 10 10 10 Trix and Fix were the official mascots of Euro 2008, oc-hosted in Austria and Switzerland Rabbit was the official mascot of Euro 1992, hosted in Sweden 10 10 Pinocchio was the very first official mascot to be introduced for a European Championship and appeared at Italy 1980 – click the arrow above, right, to take a look at every mascot up to 2016 10 Berni was the official mascot of Euro 1988, hosted in West Germany Slavek and Slavko were the official mascots of Euro 2012, co-hosted in Poland and Ukraine Super Victor is the official mascot of Euro 2016, hosted in Francelast_img read more

OMBUDSMAN TELLS CUSTOMS OFFICIALS: ‘VRT-DODGING SUSPECTS MUST GET WARNING ON FIRST DETECTION’

first_imgCUSTOMS officers must issue a warning when they first detect a car which hasn’t had VRT paid on it and aren’t allowed to seize it, a landmark ruling says.A report from the Ombudsman, Emily O’Reilly, following the seizure of a vehicle by Customs in Dublin has been welcomed by Donegal’s ‘Abolish VRT’ campaigners.Campaigners believe that the findings in the report will have a significant impact on how Customs deal with the public in the future, seized vehicles being returned to their owners, and may even result in compensation being offered to those who have had vehicles seized over the past few years. In the Dublin case the person who took the complaint received more than €5k.Donegal campaigner, Ryan Stewart said, “This judgement is of huge importance in Donegal, and has vindicated my stance since I began this campaign.“It is no secret that I have been critical of how Customs officers have handled themselves, and critical of how they enforce the law relating to VRT in Donegal, in particular.“The only consistent approach to VRT enforcement in Donegal is that it has in some cases been contrary to the Customs’ own enforcement manuals, which this report has now clarified. I have always agreed that Customs officers have a job to do, but they have continually failed to do it right in some cases in my opinion.”The Inishowen man went on: “The case reported has been in train since 2008, so the difficulty in pursuing a case against the Customs is clear for all to see, however in the end, justice was served.“The Ombudsman’s findings, that a warning should have been issued as this was a first offence has huge importance. I am regularly contacted by people who have had vehicles seized on a first offence, or where delays were experienced in paying VRT. This report clearly shows that in the majority of cases, seizure for a first offence is not warranted.“Secondly, the Ombudsman also made it abundantly clear that randomly challenging vehicles is not permitted under the procedures. In the last three years, Customs have consistently breached their own procedures by holding checkpoints, and randomly stopping any vehicle with a yellow plate, without reasonable cause. The findings should also not come as any surprise to the Customs’ top-brass either.“In June 2010, I held a meeting in Donegal Town with several local councillors and senior Revenue officials, including those who were co-ordinating the ‘blitz’ VRT operation in Donegal, where all of these concerns were outlined, yet still very little has changed. The instructions seem to be coming from the top down, and if they are not, then action should be taken to discipline, or at least retrain officers who consistently break their own rules.”In her findings in this particular case, the Ombudsman has been critical of Customs lack of consistency and adherence to it’s own procedures, poor and incomplete record keeping, and that the seizure was ‘contrary to fair or sound administration,’ and also that Customs should not engage in random stops, which would also include checkpoints, as they would not have sufficient evidence or time to correctly profile ‘offenders.’ The complainants in the case, who were fined €3699, were also reimbursed by the Revenue Commissioners, in the amount of €5300.When asked what this could mean for those who have had their vehicles seized in the past, Mr Stewart confirmed that he has already been in contact with the office of the Ombudsman.“I have explained to the Ombudsman’s office, the regularity these actions have occurred across Donegal. Since that conversation, I am in the process of preparing a number of complaints on behalf of others for the Ombudsman to examine. It would be my expectation in most of these cases that the Ombudsman will see an identical pattern emerging to the case on which this decision has been ascertained,” he said.“This report may also have an impact on any cases which Customs are trying to prosecute through the courts, as the seizures may have been incorrectly executed. I would also like to see some form of compensation from the Revenue Commissioners where procedures were not followed, similar to the case upon which this report was issued. Given the similarities, I anticipate that subsequent investigations of complaints will be much more quickly. I want people who have had their cars seized in the past few years to get in touch with me, so that we can move this process forward. However, I have quite a few people looking to put their complaints forward already.”Mr Stewart said that the campaign against VRT is not about confrontation with Customs Officers, but that this was only part of the solution.“Hopefully this case will see a marked change in how VRT is enforced, and that it can now be done in a reasonable manner, treating people with dignity. This is progress, but we are still continuing to press government that this tax should be abolished, from a economic point of view – car sales are still falling, yet the government increased VRT in the budget. This is costing jobs in the Irish motor industry and forcing dealers to close, and also damaging the VAT intake from the car industry.“I am also still pressing the overall legality of the tax at European level. Three judgements have been made against Ireland in the last year regarding it’s VRT regime, yet the government has still not implemented the instructed changes required to comply with EU law. There is further to go and a lot more to do, but the campaign will continue.”OMBUDSMAN TELLS CUSTOMS OFFICIALS: ‘VRT-DODGING SUSPECTS MUST GET WARNING ON FIRST DETECTION’ was last modified: February 25th, 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:OMBUDSMAN RULES CUSTOMS OFFICIALS VRT-DODGING SUSPECTS MUST GET WARNING ON FIRST DETECTIONlast_img read more

HOW YOU CAN CASH IN WITH UNWANTED GOLD AT CROSSAN JEWELLERS

first_imgADVERTISING FEATUREWhy hold on to scrap gold that’s broken or unloved? Lots of people have gold rings, jewellery and other gold items pushed to the back of a drawer or hidden away in a forgotten cabinet. The pieces may be unfashionable, unloved or broken – so it seems they’re not worth anything. But they are!We can turn your unwanted gold into cash, to use for the things you really enjoy: holidays, new clothes, redecorating, maybe a deposit on that new car. Or perhaps money to donate to your favourite charity. Even just a few pieces of broken gold can earn you a surprising amount. There are so many good reasons to sell gold. Don’t leave it lying there, get your old gold to work for you!Is it really worth doing?Definitely! Gold has always been a highly prized special metal. And in today’s uncertain economic world, its assured value makes gold even more sought after. Check out our scrap gold prices per gram – you could be looking at a very worthwhile return. And we make the whole process easy, quick and secure.Crossan Jewellers Of Buncrana offers the simplest and fastest way to sell your unwanted scrap gold jewellery. We also offer what are probably the highest prices for your gold, guaranteed.We buy all types of scrap gold jewellery. We’re happy to accept almost any type of gold you’d like to send us:gold ringsnecklaces and earrings (in pairs or singly)gold chains, charms and pendantsgold coinsgold watches or watch caseseven dental scrap gold.It’s easy to check the type of gold jewellery we buy. And remember, it could all be bringing in money for you.Call into the shop today with your Scrap gold or silver Jewellery and avail of the record high gold prices. Open Monday till Saturday 9.30am till 6pmCall us on 074 93 61454 or email shane@jackiecrossansjewellers.com www.crossanjewellers.town.ieHOW YOU CAN CASH IN WITH UNWANTED GOLD AT CROSSAN JEWELLERS was last modified: July 26th, 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:HOW YOU CAN CASH IN WITH UNWANTED GOLD AT CROSSAN JEWELLERSlast_img read more

SHIELS WINS HICKEY, CLARKE AND LANGAN 5K INTER FIRMS – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgKeith Shiels representing the Home Service won last night’s Hickey, Clarke and Langan 5K in Letterkenny.The race is one of the most keenly-contested races in the county with almost 300 athletes representing their workplaces.The following is a list of all those who took part and their times. Well done to all who took part.Inter Firms 2015Place Bib Name Sex AG Club Time1 114 Keith Shiels m SM The Home Service 15:362 172 Chris Mc Guiness m SM The Home Service 15:483 86 Aidan Callaghan m SM Donegal ETB 15:534 33 Gerard Gallagher m SM Donegal Creameries 15:595 104 Ivan Toner m SM 16:016 94 Pauric Breslin m SM 16:057 159 Adam Friel m SM Philips Medisize 16:218 103 Roy Mcgilloway m JM The Home Service 16:279 186 JOHN Mc Callion m SM 16:2910 93 Daniel Hannigan m SM Irish Army 16:3111 270 Shaun Stewart m SM 16:3312 110 Mark Mcpaul m SM Whoriskey’s Spar 16:3413 223 Gavin Crawford m sm Irish Army 16:3514 280 Ciaran Mc Gonagle m sm All State 16:4115 222 Jack Mc Bride m JM AIB 16:4316 111 Malcolm Mc Gee m SM An Garda Siochana 16:4417 219 Dermot McElchar m sm 16:4518 126 Liam Doherty m SM 17:0619 176 Johnny Cannon m SM The Home Service 17:1720 134 Brian Ferry m SM An Post 17:2121 266 Edward Sweeney m SM 17:2322 188 Kevin Ferry m M40 Donegal Creameries 17:2323 25 Shaun Mc Fadden m SM Council 17:2824 269 Paul Doherty m SM HSE 17:2925 107 Raymond Birch m SM KS Kitchens 17:3426 205 Paul Toner m M40 LYIT 17:3627 30 Hugh Gallagher m M40 Council 17:3828 113 Terry Murphy m M40 The Home Service 17:3829 297 Barry Coyle m sm AIB 17:3930 62 Anthony Doherty m M45 17:3931 117 Hugh Coll m M40 17:4132 163 Eoghan Furey m SM LYIT 17:4233 80 Conor Mc Devitt m SM The Home Service 17:4434 138 MARK BONNER m SM Donegal Creameries 17:4435 156 Brian Crossan m SM 17:4636 Darren Price m sm 17:4937 34 Shane Gallagher m SM Donegal Creameries 17:4938 294 Martin Dooley m sm 17:5139 168 Pat HEGARTY m M50 17:5240 38 Gerard Bogle m M50 OPTUM 17:5341 292 Michael Louge m m40 Pramerica 17:5642 288 Finnualla Diver W w35 17:5843 179 Dara Mc Nulty m M40 OPW 17:5944 96 Paul Dillon m SM 18:0245 183 Damien Mc Bride m SM 18:0546 206 Paul Russell m sm Gartan Tech 18:0747 209 Niall Barry m sm Gael Scoil 18:1248 304 JohnWhoriskey m sm 18:1349 72 Jason Mc Daid m SM 18:1350 287 Joe Gallagher m m40 18:1451 262 John Daly m m40 John Daly & Sons 18:1652 18 Ben George m M40 Very.Ltd 18:2053 202 Brian Doherty m sm 18:2254 32 Conor Gallagher m SM Donegal Creameries 18:2255 194 Ryan Porter m SM Donegal Creameries 18:3056 105 Rodney Campbell m M40 The Home Service 18:3157 251 Shauna Mc Geehan W SW Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal 18:3158 192 P.J Hagan m SM 18:3359 121 Marcus Mc Clintock m M40 BM Blinds 18:3460 22 Martin Dunleavy m M45 18:3761 227 Paul Dillion m m40 18:3962 246 Lenny Boyce m sm 18:4163 218 Dan Friel m sm LYIT 18:5064 125 Ciaran O’ Donnell m m40 Donegal Democrat 18:5265 85 Paul Mc Monagle m SM TFS 18:5366 91 Luke Daly m SM John Daly & Sons 18:5567 21 Frankie Bradley m SM 18:5568 303 Adrian Gill m SM OPTUM 18:5769 112 Garvan Boyce m SM Dept of Social Protection 19:0070 78 Raymond Mc Gahey m M45 HSE 19:0071 142 Jason King m m40 Zeus 19:0172 259 Richard Gordon m JM 19:0173 19 Paul Coyle m SM 19:0174 102 Denis Shields m M45 North West Packaging 19:0675 53 Jonathon Edwards m SM 19:0876 283 Michael Duffy m sm 19:1377 20 Declan Mc Gill m SM 19:1878 289 Martin Donnolly m m40 19:1979 64 Barry Mackey m M50 Sign of the Times 19:1980 23 Gemma Mc Ginty W SW The Home Service 19:2281 302 Richard Finney m sm 19:2782 29 Rodney Irwin m M40 Council 19:2983 115 Michael Mc Gowan m SM The Home Service 19:2984 234 Mark Daly m sm 19:3085 241 Curry Coyle m sm 19:3086 169 Kieran Muray m SM 19:3087 279 Paul Murray m sm 19:3188 221 James Donaghey m m45 Aurivo 19:3289 174 Tommy Harraghy m M60 19:3590 263 Hugo Daly m m40 John Daly & Sons 19:3791 162 Jordan Ryan m JM 19:3792 137 Richard Mc Neill m m40 Philips Medisize 19:3893 291 John Mc Fadden m sm 19:3994 84 Sean Boyce m M40 19:3995 128 Irene Mc Fadden W SW Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal 19:3996 201 Paddy Mc Namee m m50 19:4397 147 Adrian Callaghan m m40 An Post 19:4498 226 Conor Sweeney m sm 19:4599 45 Kieran Mc Monagle m SM OPTUM 19:46100 37 Kieran Coyle m SM OPTUM 19:46101 177 Dermot Gallagher m M40 Zeus 19:47102 242 Gerard Gallagher m m40 19:48103 132 Phil Boyle m M40 19:50104 212 Darren Beecroft m m45 Pramerica 19:59105 257 Paul Lee m M40 Eircom 20:00106 191 Fergus Callaghan m SM 20:00107 133 Patrick Mc Nulty m SM 20:02108 236 Mark Canning m sm 20:04109 68 Deirdre Shiels W W35 The Home Service 20:04110 7 Ray McGrory m M45 Marine Harvest 20:06111 190 Paul LYNCH m SM 20:10112 108 Hugh Ferry m M40 HP Ferry & Co 20:11113 28 John Mc Carron m M40 Council 20:13114 100 Frances Judge W W45 20:19115 90 Conor Mc Laughlin m SM 20:20116 240 Eoghan O’ Colla m sm 20:21117 229 James Whoriskey m sm 20:23118 97 Charlie O Donnell m SM Pramerica 20:23119 129 Seamus Gallagher m M50 LYIT 20:23120 178 David Connors m SM 20:24121 16 Daniel Hewett m SM Pramerica 20:25122 293 Patrick Carr m sm Marine Harvest 20:26123 36 Mark Mc Fadden m M40 20:26124 166 Gerard Dorrian m M50 Philips Medisize 20:29125 148 Steven Cunningham m sm 20:30126 1 Kevin Toner m M60 20:30127 48 John Hughes m M50 20:31128 210 Henritta Elves W w45 20:33129 146 Steven Byrne m sm Zeus 20:35130 200 PAUL Gorkin m M40 20:36131 145 Liam Ferry m sm 20:38132 57 Terence Diver m M45 Divers Hyundai 20:40133 77 Andrew Leighton m M45 20:41134 193 Noel Kilpatrick m SM 20:42135 272 Eimear Mc Dermott W w40 Council 20:43136 160 Marie Boyle W SW 20:44137 305 Gerard Mc Connell m sm 20:46138 282 Johnny Duffy m sm 20:47139 89 Monica Mc Granaghan W W35 20:48140 165 Johny Paterson m SM Salt & Batter 20:50141 260 David Gordon m JM 20:53142 98 Niall Mulrine m SM Pramerica 20:54143 46 Nicholas Nelis m SM OPTUM 20:56144 65 Collie O’ Donnell m M40 20:59145 99 Anna Lisa Mullan W W35 The Home Service 21:02146 66 Eoin Sheehy m SM HSE 21:07147 130 John Mc Mullen m M40 21:10148 195 Kenith Moore m M40 21:11149 9 David Brennan m SM Marine Harvest 21:16150 310 Aidrian Mc Garvey m sm 21:17151 228 Helen Kennedy W w40 LYIT 21:19152 254 Enda Kelly m SM AIB 21:20153 101 Sammy Johnston m M45 21:21154 180 Paul Sweeney m M40 21:23155 109 Malachy Peoples m M45 Philips Medisize 21:24156 76 Jason Black m M40 Voodoo 21:25157 127 Owen Coyle m M50 An Post 21:31158 63 Rory Reylands m SM 21:32159 173 Noel Boyd m M40 21:34160 275 Davin Doherty m jm 21:35161 271 Noel Mc Cormick m M40 21:36162 278 Mark Louge m m40 Philips Medisize 21:40163 233 Aidain Mc Fuden m sm 21:53164 6 Matt Hogan m M40 Marine Harvest 21:53165 243 John mc Elwaine m sm 21:54166 87 Johnny Stewart m SM 21:54167 301 Donnie Gildea m m40 Gartan Tech 21:55168 208 Brona Heverin f w40 LYIT 21:56169 267 John Ward m SM Voodoo 21:56170 120 Cathal Roarty m M50 Donegal Animal Hospital 21:58171 70 Kieran Doherty m SM Philips Medisize 21:58172 164 Noreen Bonner W W50 Social Welfare 21:59173 318 Rod Toner m SM OPTUM 21:59174 83 Nat Doherty m M40 21:59175 58 Paul Gillen m M45 Social Welfare 22:00176 187 Catherine Moran W w50 22:01177 207 Edwina Sweeney f w40 LYIT 22:02178 300 Liam Doherty m m40 22:05179 73 Rodney Lindsay m SM Zeus 22:05180 124 Richard Raymond m M60 22:07181 157 Patrick Doherty m JM 22:08182 144 Liam Ferry m sm 22:09183 277 John Craig m sm 22:12184 198 Rachel Doherty W W40 22:13185 285 Paul Brady m m40 Pramerica 22:17186 189 Mark Scott m SM 22:26187 136 Gerard Mc Gettigan m m50 22:27188 296 Joe Coyle m sm 22:29189 60 Jack Brennan m SM Aura 22:32190 158 Mark Doherty m JM 22:37191 5 Maurice Kelly m M40 Marine Harvest 22:38192 123 Sean O Donnell m M50 22:38193 61 Marrian Kerr W SW LYIT 22:39194 232 Steven Sweeney m m40 Swilly Group 22:42195 135 Eoghan Gleeson m sm 22:45196 284 Eoin Fogarty m m45 22:50197 44 Laird Mc Kinney W SW OPTUM 22:54198 4 Marie McAteer W SW Marine Harvest 22:55199 59 Tommy Doherty m M50 Heaton Buckley 22:56200 239 Liam Mc Laughlin m m50 Ards CC 22:58201 274 Eugene Mc Ginley m m50 22:59202 17 Ruth Doherty W W40 An Post 23:01203 252 Vincent Mc Laughin m M50 Philips Medisize 23:05204 225 Gary Price m sm 23:09205 88 Andrew Stewart m SM Donegal Creameries 23:17206 181 Jim Mc Laughlin m M50 AIB 23:18207 3 Caroline McElwaine W SW Marine Harvest 23:19208 215 Brian Duffy m m40 23:22209 244 Ian Alexander m m45 23:23210 2 Bernie Gallagher W SW Marine Harvest 23:24211 264 Jackie Callaghan W W40 23:28212 199 Kate Meehan W W50 23:30213 175 Hugh HEGARTY m M45 LDC 23:39214 24 Caroline Mc Nulty W SW OPW 23:45215 71 Mary Sweeney W SW 23:53216 49 Noel Mc Gettigan m M40 OPTUM 23:54217 153 Amanda Mcnulty W SW AIB 23:58218 290 Claire Mc Intyre w sw 23:59219 258 Liam Gordon m SM Philips Medisize 24:04220 55 Sean Mc Auliffe m M45 24:06221 161 Alanna Ryan W JW 24:07222 75 Laura Black W JW 24:08223 281 Mary Rice w W45 24:09224 139 Kevin Fisher m sm Pramerica 24:11225 140 ALICIA QUIGLEY W SW PRAMERICA 24:11226 273 Martina Carr w sw 24:12227 54 Anne Doherty W W45 An Post 24:12228 14 Gloria Donaghey W W50 24:13229 106 Pauline Sweeney W W40 KS Kitchens 24:15230 306 Shane Trearty m sm 24:21231 95 Sam Faulkner m SM 24:25232 197 Kevin Blake m M45 Gartan Tech 24:26233 170 Aimee Mc Gill W JW 24:28234 307 Ciaran Kelly m sm 24:31235 149 Siobhan Doherty Barrett f w40 24:39236 217 Michael Gibbbons m m45 24:40237 265 Billy Broderick m M50 24:42238 299 Paul Shiels m m50 Shiels Crash Repairs 24:43239 308 Angus Hunter m m40 24:43240 256 Michaela Gillespie W W45 24:57241 230 Aine Whoriskey f w35 24:59242 11 Barry Carr m SM Marine Harvest 25:03243 253 Seamus Connolly m M50 Philips Medisize 25:12244 298 Darren Carr m sm Marine Harvest 25:14245 224 Barry Tinney m m40 25:23246 255 Brian Mc Monagle m M40 25:23247 237 Eunan Gormley m m45 25:24248 119 David Doherty m SM Blacks XL 25:24249 167 Johnny Doherty m SM Philips Medisize 25:35250 143 Louise Alcorn w w40 Pramerica 25:41251 238 John O’ Donnell m m40 25:51252 150 Tommy Mc Naught m m50 An Post 25:52253 295 Emmet Scott m sm 26:00254 51 Martina Kelly Scott W SW OPTUM 26:00255 196 J Browne m M40 26:03256 211 Noelle White w sw 26:19257 40 Linda Harkin W SW OPTUM 26:25258 231 C.J. Mc Ginley m m45 Donegal News 26:28259 131 Hazel Mc Fadden W SW AIB 26:37260 74 John Eaton m SM 26:38261 69 Mena Breslin W W50 Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal 26:39262 309 Fiona Doherty w sw Garda 26:53263 235 Deirdre Gormley w w45 26:54264 185 Geraldine O’ Connors W SW 26:54265 203 Ryan Stacey m sm 26:56266 214 Stella Mc Cole w sw 27:14267 204 Peter Mc Clean m m50 27:14268 116 Ciaran Roarty m M40 Donegal Animal Hospital 27:23269 171 Frances O’ Brien m M45 Philips Medisize 27:48270 39 Ciaran Doherty m SM OPTUM 27:51271 319 Tara Mc Fadden W SW 27:52272 15 Annette Rodgers W SW Marine Harvest 28:05273 261 Margaret Gordon W JW 28:12274 151 Sally Turvull W W45 AIB 28:15275 216 Ciara Devine w sw 28:19276 152 Joanne Smeaton W W40 AIB 28:31277 122 Lorna Mc Gettigan W W35 28:43278 67 Michael Parkinson m M50 28:44279 155 Joan Merritt W W45 29:03280 220 Stephaine Munoz w sw Pramerica 29:56.0281 92 Shannon Mc Glone w sw 29:57.0282 184 Irene O’ Connor w sw 30:30.0283 56 Sharron Mullen w w45 Philips Medisize 30:52.0284 182 Marjorie Russell w w35 Philips Medisize 31:29.0285 118 Gus O’ Driscoll m m40 32:53.0286 79 Joanne Mullen w w40 39:18.0287 141 Mark Quigley m sm Pramerica 39:18.0288 41 Celine Furey w sw OPTUM 39:42.0289 245 Josie Gallagher m m60 40:41.0 SHIELS WINS HICKEY, CLARKE AND LANGAN 5K INTER FIRMS – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: May 20th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Anjali Bhagwat terms Santhi Soundarajan incident as ‘shameful’

first_imgAnjali Bhagwat termed the incident  where the 2006 Asian Games medallist Santhi Soundarajan was forced to work as a daily-wager in a brick kiln to earn her living as “shameful”.”It’s sad that such thing has happened in our society. It’s shameful. The athletes should be given at least a central or state government job for their financial stability, in lieu of what they have done for the country,” Bhagwat said on the sidelines of an event organised by ‘Youtube’ to launch an anthem for the Olympics.Soundarajan, who failed a gender test and was subsequently stripped of her silver medal in the 800m at the 2006 Doha Asian Games, saw herself working as a daily-wager in a brick kiln, slogging eight hours to earn Rs 200 every day.Meanwhile, Bhagwat said that the Indian shooters have a good chance at the London Olympics to bring medal glory to the nation.”Beijing Games gold-medallist Abhinav Bindra, world champion Gagan Narang and Rojan Sodhi are best bets,” she said.Asked about the other medal prospects, the former world number one shooter said, “Boxer M C Mary Kom, shuttler Saina Nehwal and archer Deepika Kumari are also good prospects.””China is our main opponent in shooting, while Germany and USA can also spring few surprises in some of the events,” she added.The Royal Artillery Barracks will host the shooting competition and Anjali felt that it would be difficult to control the shots during windy conditions in outdoor ranges.”Despite this, I am confident that our shooters will bring more than one medal in the discipline.”advertisementlast_img read more