Pampanga edges Bulacan to enter NBTC Division II semis

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Jiam Quiambao led the Kapampangan’s three-pronged attack with 34 points with 13 rebounds while Jacob Delfino added 18 points while coming away with three steals.Jolo Manansala also finished with a double-double for Pampanga with 15 points and 11 boards.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsWaiting for Pampanga in the semifinals is General Santos after beating Dumaguete 79-70.John Bravo led the way for the Bulakeños with 25 points and 20 rebounds. Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief View comments MOST READ LATEST STORIES Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption MANILA, Philippines—Pampanga survived a tough struggle against Bulacan, 82-74, in the Division II Fantastic Eight of the 2019 NBTC National Finals Thursday at Mall of Asia Arena.ADVERTISEMENTcenter_img 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 The other semifinals game will pit Lyceum-Cavite against Italy.Lyceum-Cavite got its semifinals ticket after lambasting Tagum, 93-61, while Italy edged Legazpi, 83-75, in their matchup.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Metta World Peace wants to see ‘proud Filipino’ son Jeron play for Gilas Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines?last_img read more

Court to Issue Citizens’ Arrest Order for Police, NSA Directors

first_imgJudge Johannes Zogbah Zlahn of Criminal Court ‘A’ yesterday threatened to order citizens to assist court officers to arrest Police Inspector General Chris Massaquoi and National Security Agency (NSA) Director Fumba Sirleaf, should they fail to appear in court today, November 5.“IG Massaquoi and Director Sirleaf’s failure to appear on Wednesday, November 5, will lead the court with no alternative, but to issue an arrest order for the sheriffs to be assisted by citizens of this country as required by law,” Judge Zlahn insisted.He continued, “The clerk of this court is hereby ordered to again issue an order demanding them (Massaquoi and Sirleaf) and their deputies to immediately make the living bodies of  Jefferson Sanoe and Alfred Cruwu available on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, at 10 a.m.”Judge Zlahn noted that his order is in accordance with Chapter 16, Section 16.6 of the Civil Procedural Law.The decision came after IG Massaquoi and Director Sirleaf refused to show-up on several occasions, insisting they are not compelled to appear before the court.It all started when Judge Zlahn subpoenaed the two senior security officers for the second time to unconditionally appear before him yesterday.They were to produce the living bodies of Jefferson Sanoe and Alfred Cruwu detained at the National Police headquarters in Monrovia.The men were arrested in Gbarpolu County on October 21, allegedly with thousands of United States dollars’ worth of diamonds.At yesterday’s hearing, only one of the detainees, Alfred Cruwu was seen seated in the courtroom. But, the other man, Jefferson Sanoe is still being held in police custody.Surprisingly, neither IG Massaquoi nor Director Sirleaf, nor their legal team showed up at the court.Interestingly,  yesterday’s proceeding was suspended and because of their apparent disregard for the court and for wasting everyone’s time, including the detainees’ legal counsel, as well as taxpayers’ money being wasted, the Judge found the two security chiefs in contempt of court. While everyone was in the courtroom, the judge in strong words stated: “This country is not [the] private property of anyone including NSA director Fumba Sirleaf and Police IG Chris Massaquoi.  They are bound by and subject to the law of the land, regardless of however important they think they may be.“The conduct on the part of the two senior security chiefs does not only constitute a flagrant disrespect for this court and its dignity, but also constitutes a violation of the constitution of this Republic, as well as the statutory law of the country.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Another early budget and its dire consequences

first_imgDear Editor,If one should take an in-depth look at the history and development of Guyana, one must take into consideration the economic conduct of its Finance Minister. It is the heart of the solution and success of any country if the work of its Finance Minister is economically sound and futuristic in orientation. It is the only way any Third World country – Guyana in particular – can grow or develop. Conversely, if that Finance Minister is slothful and indolent, the entire nation would suffer; such is the situation here at home in our South American Republic.Guyana has so far had 31 years of PNC Government management here, and a period of “total control” of our economic affairs. Those years have seen a decimation of everything progressive, and an accentuation of things regressive, thanks to the workings of its Finance Ministry. A name that readily comes to mind when you enter into a discussion of this nature is Carl Greenidge. He held that office for ten (10) long years. Greenidge presented several budgets during his tenure, with no auditor’s report. We are talking about at least ten times of national budgetary performances with no public accountability whatsoever.The current Finance Minister is the worst we have seen in a long time.Since taking office in 2015, the country has seen economic slide wherein this country is on a downward trend with no point of return. It is a backwardness that is beyond comprehension.Finance Minister Jordan has announced plans to present an early budget. This is no new phenomenon when it comes to this Finance Minister; he is known to have presented early budgets as well as several supplementary budgets, all leading up to the backward trajectory of this country. For this reason, successful former Finance Minister and President, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, has raised the red flag of caution to this nation. He rightfully asserts that presenting an early budget is fraught with danger, because it creates two major problems. The first problem is that monies that are received or monies that will be spent between that time and the time of the new financial year cannot be accounted for. In this instance, the intervening period can be as much as seven (7) months.The first point to note is that whatever budget Jordan would be presenting would not be authentic or based on real figures, because there cannot be any comparison between what was earned or spent and what exists at the current time.Then there is the added aggravation of the Opposition not being given enough time, or none at all, to discuss the income and expenditure processes. I make mention of the last Parliament, when the elected members of the Opposition were shamefully barred from questioning any spending of the Government. Looking at the present scenario, I see this Parliament being a repeat performance of the last.I must hasten to a close, but let me say this: what we will see in Jordan’s early budget is another empty, high sounding, superfluous fluff of oil and its alleged contribution to this economy; and of course the “good life”, which is supposedly out there in his elusive dream world.Sincerely,Neil Adamslast_img read more

“You will get rich, but could die in the process” – Jordan

first_imgUsing the death of university graduate Elton Wray as an example, Finance Minister Winston Jordan on Thursday urged the graduating class of the Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) Skills Training Programme to diligently comb through their individual circumstances in order to move up the ladder of success.The 156 participants from three cohorts across Regions Three and Four attendedParticipants of the training programmea graduation ceremony at the Umana Yana on Thursday, after completing training sessions funded by the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB).Delivering the feature address, Minister Jordan told the graduands that the event was a “bittersweet” one, as it was happening at a time when another young graduate had met his demise while attempting to rob a bank.The 24-year-old Elton Wray, who graduated with a degree in Agronomy at a Chinese university, died after he was shot by Police on Tuesday during his attempt to rob the Republic Bank’s Water Street branch. His two accomplices are currently in the custody of the police.According to Jordan, youths need to take stock of every opportunity afforded them to better their lives and that of their families.“Some of us spend most of our time watching someone else’s grass, and not enough time pruning our own. Some party all through the sunny season, but when it rains, supplies for our sustenance become scarce or even absent. What do we do then? Who do we blame? Often, we blame the Government, or our parents or circumstances. We look for everyone and everything else to blame, except ourselves. It is time to wake up!” Jordan warned.He told the graduates that persons have to “stop fostering the belief that the world owes us a living, and that the Government owes us something. We have to begin to accept that we are the ones responsible for our own lives. Parents and Government may help, but ultimately you have to take full responsibility for the state of your lives.”At the core of the operations of Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) is the drive to address the incidence of poverty in low-income vulnerable communities. Training focusing on skills in areas such as information technology, woodworking, micro-electronics, cosmetology, garment construction, and catering makes this initiative impacting, empowering and valuable, the minister said.BNTF has also worked with small-scale entrepreneurs in the Georgetown area through the Training to Help Realize Innovative Venture and Entrepreneurship (THRIVE) initiative, to strengthen skills in manufacturing and marketing food products, inclusive of costing, packaging, pricing and distribution.These interventions, Jordan said, create employment and bolster economic activity by promoting the establishment of micro and small enterprises countrywide.“This is aligned to the wider plans of the administration to put youth empowerment at the heart of our nation’s development,” he explained.He said Government will, next year, re-establish the Guyana Youth Corps as another measure to arrest the nation’s youth unemployment problem.According to him, Government, having realised the direct impact of livelihood and entrepreneurship initiatives, has, in the 8th cycle of BNTF, moved away from bricks and mortar projects.In the ninth (9th) cycle, recently signed for US$6.145 million, emphasis will be continuously placed on improving the livelihoods of youth, with focus on renewable energy, entrepreneurship, and micro-enterprise development, he noted.Unlike the other cycles, cycle nine provides seed capital in the form of tools, small machinery and startup financing.“The intention is to empower youth, like you, not only with the requisite knowledge for business development, but take you one step closer to opening the doors of your own businesses,” he explained.According to Jordan, there are opportunities for each participant to earn a living. He noted that the skills training from which the graduands have benefited is a first step.Participants of the training program benefitted from programs such as Basic Electrical installation, cosmetology, catering and cake decoration, and garment construction. Others received training in information technology, introduction to entrepreneurship, financial management, and marketing distribution among other areas.last_img read more

Six West tonight at the Pomeroy Hotel

first_imgLooking for some fun this New Years?  The Pomeroy Hotel and Chances Fort St. John present Six West tonight at the Pomeroy Hotel.This amazing up and coming country act will put on a great show to help ring in the new year.  Tickets are still available at the Pomeroy Hotel for $60 per person.It all starts at 8pm and your ticket includes a complimentary glass of champagne, balloon drop, and midnight lunch.- Advertisement -Tickets are $60 in advance and $65 at the door. Tickets are available at the Pomeroy Hotel, 11308 Alaska Road, Fort St. John BC.For more info: 250-262-3233last_img read more

He’s “annoying in training”! Which player did Cazorla say this about?

first_img1 This article appears in the current edition of our sister publication, Sport magazine. Download the free Sport iPad app from the Apple Newsstand, and follow on Twitter @SportmaguktalkSPORT’s sister publication Sport magazine interviewed Santi Cazorla. Read on to find out which team-mate he described as “annoying in training”!What has Alexis Sanchez brought to Arsenal this season?“He’s the best signing in the Premier League. There were plenty of good signings this summer – like Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas – but Alexis Sanchez has been huge for us. He’s ambitious, he wants to get better with every training session, and it was positive for him to leave Barcelona. He’s now playing with another mindset and he’s playing fantastically.”Does he work as hard in training as we see him do in matches?“Of course, Alexis Sanchez is as intense and annoying [laughs] in training as he is on the pitch. He’s so into football that he doesn’t want training to finish. Sometimes the manager is calling it off because training is over and Alexis is always kind of sad, because he loves to play football. His work ethic is a really positive influence for all of us.”Which player has influenced you the most in your career?“In the Spanish national team, Andres Iniesta and David Silva are two players who catch my eye and who I try to learn from. When I was younger at club level, I played for Villarreal – and I had a teammate who played differently to all of the rest. That was Juan Roman Riquelme – who retired just this year, by the way. I learned so much from him.”The Spanish national team had a tough World Cup after an incredible run of success. How close do you feel you are to getting it right again now?“Well, it’s really tough to know. Obviously there has been some changes within the Spanish team. David Villa, Xabi Alonso, Xavi Hernandez and Carles Puyol no longer play – so there are some newcomers in our team. I think that those new players will contribute with their positive attitude and their skills, but we need some time to integrate all this together and to start flourishing again.”You played in Spain until 2012, when you moved to Arsenal and London. Do you like living here or do you miss home?“I enjoy London a lot, it’s an amazing city – and I also get a lot of joy from playing the Premier League style of football. Also, it’s a great chance for my kids and for my family to get a new experience by living here.”This is crucial, Santi: have you found any good Spanish restaurants in London?“Yes, I go to plenty of Spanish restaurants – I used to go a lot with my girlfriend when I first arrived. It’s something that I recommend you do. There are some very good Spanish restaurants in London, like Cambio de Tercio, like Iberica, like [Café] Espana. I suggest you go there and grab some food.”Suggestions noted. Back to the football: you’re renowned as a two-footed player – is that a result of nature or nurture?“I have to say I’m lucky to be both-footed. I think I was born with that skill. But at the same time, my managers – ever since I was in the youth stages of football – they just demand me to work on that; to play with both feet.”January’s 2-0 win against Manchester City was seen as one of Arsenal’s – and your own – best performances of the season. What went so well in that game?“Before that game, I said that we had to play the perfect game to beat Manchester City. Last season, we lost that game and lost it badly – 6-3 was the final score. But we learned from it. To beat them this time, what we did was to defend together, to be united, to help each other. We were focused and we showed togetherness. We were really solid, especially at the back – and then when we had the ball, we used it really well. That game is sort of an example of what we have to do.”How do you achieve that level of performance again?“What we have to do is show more regularity. Sometimes we play really good games and the game after, we don’t play as good. We need to be consistent and play like that for a long period.”Arsenal tend to be at the business end of both the Champions League and Premier League – but what do you need to step up and win one of those competitions?“The key is belief. We are a good team, but when we played the FA Cup final last season, I could feel among the fans and among the club, some kind of fear to lose. That is something that we should remove from our minds now. Personally, I think that our squad is as good as Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City or Manchester United. We don’t envy their squads and we have the quality to fight with them face to face. It’s down to us to make that step forward.”Monaco are next in the Champions League. What do you know about them?“We’re kind of happy with the draw. We could have faced Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich – those are really hard teams to beat. But Monaco are also a good team. We played against them last summer in the Emirates Cup and they beat us at home. Radamel Falcao [who scored the only, decisive goal] is not there any more, obviously, but they are still doing well in their league. We are confident ahead of this tie, but we’re not underestimating them.”How do you relax away from football?“I spend a lot of time with my family. I’ve got two kids – a boy who’s five years old and a daughter who’s two years old. You have to take into consideration that winter here is hard! You don’t feel like going out a lot.”If your eldest is five, does he understand that it’s quite cool that his dad is a professional footballer?“Yeah, it’s crazy! He knows that I am an Arsenal player and he’s absolutely mad about it. I feel like I have double training every day: one here with the club and another one at home, because he plays a lot of PlayStation and he chooses Arsenal and knows every player.”Please tell us that he always plays you in his Arsenal team…“I stay on the bench. Sometimes the game itself puts me on the bench for no reason! My son is asking me: ‘Why, Daddy, you are always on the bench?’ I do not know how to answer.”If you weren’t a professional footballer, would you still play for fun?“My life is football. I am lucky to be a professional. But I think if I wasn’t, I would still play for a local team. Actually, this is what my brother does. He’s not a professional football player, but he plays in my region, in Asturias [northwest Spain], in lower football categories. If you are a football fan, if you enjoy the sport and you love it, then you play – no matter what.”Midfield Maestro Santi Cazorla wears the new PUMA evoSPEED 1.3 football boot Santi Cazorla celebrates an Arsenal goal with Alexis Sanchez last_img read more

South B, Shimanzi clash highlights Chapa Dimba draw

first_img0Shares0000South B United players celebrate their win with the Safaricom Chapa Dimba trophy held at Goan Institute, South B United won 2-1.NAIROBI, Kenya, June 4 – Mombasa’s Shimanzi Youth has been paired with South B United from Nairobi in the highlight of the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Nationals quarter-final draw held on Tuesday.  A total of 15 teams will battle for the ultimate prize of Ksh1m when the three-day National Final will be hosted at Meru’s Kinoru Stadium from June 20-23. In the other boys pairings, Lugari Blue Saints (Western) will clash with Super Solico (Eastern), Euronuts (Central) will square it out with Manyatta United (Nyanza) while Berlin FC (North Eastern) will be up against Al Ahly (Rift Valley).In the corresponding girls competition, Acakoro Ladies (Nairobi) faces an acid test against Ndhiwa Queens (Nyanza), St. Mary’s Ndovea (Eastern) will lock horns with Barcelona Ladies (Central), Archbishop Njenga (Western) will play Kitale Queens (Rift Valley) while Changamwe Ladies (Coast) was handed a Bye to semi-finals by virtue of no girls team from North Eastern.“The tournament is a perfect example of how football can be used to open doors for girls and boys from all backgrounds. We have already signed a number of these players in our National U20 and Premier League teams since the inaugural edition,” Football Kenya Federation boss Nick Mwendwa said.The national final comes after a series of regional finals played across eight regions with over 1,600 teams taking part in the tournament that begun in October 2018 with group stages.“We have had remarkable achievements with this tournament since the launch and ‘hongera’ to every single person who made this a reality. We have traversed the country, crisscrossing the eight regions of Kenya, promoting grassroots football and discovering raw untapped talent. We are just days away from getting our KES 1 million winning teams and we appreciate the competitive nature of the tournament,” Safaricom’s Head of Mt Kenya & Nairobi Regions, James Maitai stated.The programme was started with an aim of promoting grassroot football and propelling gifted players into the national team.Western region Chapa Dimba representative Edwin Nandwa conduct a draw duringthe Safaricom Chapa Dimba Nationals Draw finals at Michael Joseph Centre, lookingon is Safaricom Head of Mt. Kenya and Nairobi region James Maitai.This year, an All-star team was selected from the 8 regional finals and attended a training camp in Spain during which they played against local youth sides.From the inaugural season, over fifteen young players joined the Kenya Premier League and the National Super League.-Girls Draw-Quarter Final 1: Acakoro Ladies (Nairobi) vs. NCOED (Nyanza)Quarter Final 2: Changamwe Ladies (Coast) gets a Bye to Semis since there was no team from North Eastern.Quarter Final 3: St. Mary’s.Ndovea (Eastern) vs. Barcelona Ladies (Central)Quarter Final 4: Archbishop Njenga (Western) vs. Kitale Queens (Rift Valley)-Boys Draw-Quarter Final 1: Lugari Blue Saints (Western) vs. Super Solico (Eastern)Quarter Final 2: Euronuts (Central) vs. Manyatta United (Nyanza)Quarter Final 3: Berlin FC (North Eastern) vs. Al Ahly (Rift Valley)Quarter Final 4: Shimanzi Youth (Coast) vs. South B United (Nairobi)0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

RUGBY NEWS: ERRIGAL EAGLES HOPING TO SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS THIS SEASON

first_imgErrigal Eagles players Conor McDermott, Aaron McLaughlin, Paul Gallen and Cian Baird with coaches Pat McDermott and Gerry Doherty meeting rugby legend Willie-John McBride at the recent tag festival at RavenhillThe Errigal Eagles tag rugby sessions are starting up again for the new season on Sunday 28th September from 1.00-2.00pm at Letterkenny RFC’s Dave Gallagher pitches at the Glebe, Letterkenny.The county-wide initiative, backed by Donegal Sports Partnership and Ulster Rugby, is aimed at anyone with an intellectual disability from the ages of 7 to 70 wishing to play tag rugby.Tag rugby is completely non-contact. Sessions are based around fun skill activities and active all inclusive games. Only formed in October 2013, the Errigal Eagles have made great strides in their inaugural season culminating in participation in a tag festival hosted at Ravenhill rugby grounds in June 2014.This season we plan to travel to compete in one of the tag rugby blitzes and to also host our own blitz tournament towards the end of the season.Players that have experienced tag rugby have thoroughly enjoyed it.We would encourage anyone with an interest to come along to our sessions, get active, have a bit of fun and see what it’s all about. No previous tag rugby or sporting experience is necessary. Parents and siblings of players are more than welcome to take an active role within the sessions.For any further information about the Eagles, queries or directions to the pitches please contact Colin on 0863863488 or Gerry on 0867355536.Errigal Eagles training takes place weekly from Sunday 28th September, 1.00-2.00pm at Letterkenny RFC’s grounds (by kind permission).Training will move to an indoor facility for the worst of the winter weather and hopefully back outdoors again in early spring 2015.This is a county-wide initiative and it is hoped that, if sufficient demand exists, sessions can be run in different areas within Donegal. All sessions are run by IRFU qualified coaches with disability awareness training.As with all clubs we need to recruit volunteers as well as players.If anyone is interested in assisting in the coaching, admin, PR or fundraising elements within the Errigal Eagles please contact Gerry or Colin on the numbers above.No rugby experience is necessary. RUGBY NEWS: ERRIGAL EAGLES HOPING TO SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS THIS SEASON was last modified: September 8th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Errigal EaglesFeaturesNoticesRUGBYSportlast_img read more

What Vincent Tan said when asked if he’ll give Cardiff £200m transfer budget

first_imgCardiff owner Vincent Tan has been asked by talkSPORT if he’s going to provide Neil Warnock with a £200m transfer budget this summer following the Bluebirds’ promotion to the Premier League.Cardiff, managed by Warnock, finished second to Wolves in the Championship this season and have started preparing for their return to the top flight.But will Warnock have £200m to spend in the transfer window this summer?Tan was asked by talkSPORT on Thursday morning if he will provide those funds to his manager, and responded: “Hahaha! Neil, when I’m worth £10 billion we can look at that!”Discussing Cardiff’s promotion, Tan said: “Congratulations to Neil. Neil did a great job. Of course [I’m excited to be back in the Premier League]. Neil and his boys did a great job.”Following Cardiff’s first promotion to the Premier League in 2013, Tan went crazy in the transfer market, bringing in eight players then a further seven in the winter window.But Tan will not repeat his mistakes again, with Warnock confirming Cardiff’s approach to transfers this summer will be sensible.Warnock said: “He’s not going to go like he did last time, he wants to be sensible.“He wants to do the sensible way, he’s not going to go silly – I know that.“They run the club, I’m just going to enjoy it. For me, it’s like a bonus year.“So whatever I’m given I’m going to spend, and whatever wages I’ve got I’ll use them, and we’ll do the best we can.”last_img read more

DDTV VIDEO: ALL THE RESULTS OF THE BALLYARE 10K

first_imgBallyare 10k 2011 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club PAURIC McKinney from Letterkenny AC won the Ballyare 10k on Friday night.Watch our video of him crossing the line at Carrs of the Diamond.All the results are below:1 3 33.25 Pauric Mc Kinney SM Letterkenny A C 2 112 34.25 Johnny Patton SM Letterkenny A C3 48 34.35 Gary Slevin SM City Of Derry4 2 36.57 Ciaran Carlin M40+ Finn Valley A C5 9 37.00 Martin Gormley M45+ Letterkenny A C6 21 37.01 Jude O’ Donnell SM Letterkenny A C7 78 37.39 Kieran Mc Bride JM Letterkenny A C 8 20 38.02 Dara Mc Nulty M40+ Foyle Valley9 1 38.04 Pat Hegarty M50+ Finn Valley A C10 18 38.26 Kevin Connolly SM Lifford A C11 106 38.48 Mark Connolly M50+ Finn Valley A C 12 4 39.21 Tom Thompson M40+ Finn Valley A C13 55 39.53 Glen Duncan SM Letterkenny A C14 59 39.54 Enda Doherty SM Finn Valley A C15 6 39.59 Joe Hegarty M45+ Finn Valley A C16 56 40.01 Pádraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C17 24 40.09 Michael Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C18 36 40.44 Hugh Coll SM Individual19 31 40.45 James Gibbons M45+ Finn Valley A C20 22 40.57 Shane Mc Nulty SM Finn Valley A C21 25 41.07 Bernard Mc Cabe M50+ Finn Valley A C22 93 41.12 Joe Gallagher SM Individual23 89 41.27 Shiela Regan SW Letterkenny A C24 5 41.41 Kevin Piper SM Individual25 17 42.06 Maurice Sharkey SM Lifford A C26 113 42.13 Barry Coyle SM Individual27 83 42.18 Tim Flanaghan M45+ Individual28 61 42.18 Mark Daly SM Individual29 11 42.35 Martin Devenny SM Individual30 34 42.42 Andy Scanlan M45+ Finn Valley A C31 23 42.51 Jim Shields M60+ Finn Valley A C32 109 43.06 Seamus Morrisan M45+ Letterkenny A C33 95 43.27 Aorian Gill SM Individual34 67 43.45 Lee Gildea SM Letterkenny A C35 65 43.47 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A C36 27 43.53 Clive Boyce SM Individual37 54 44.10 Hugh O’ Donnell M45+ Individual38 47 44.11 Curly Coyle SM Individual39 82 44.24 Shane Neary SM Individual40 64 44.27 Roy Hunter M50+ Individual41 13 44.38 Pauric Sweeney M40+ Individual42 86 46.02 Kenny Graham SM Individual43 101 46.13 Steven Shiels M40+ Individual44 102 46.13 Noel Lynch M40+ Letterkenny A C45 28 46.15 Adian Cannon SM Individual46 29 46.16 Marie Boyle SW Individual47 35 46.26 Duane Long JM Finn Valley A C48 32 46.28 Martin Anderson M40+ Finn Valley A C49 26 46.30 Kieran Gallagher SM Individual50 73 46.33 Lester Dobson M40+ Letterkenny A C51 71 46.53 James Whoriskey SM Individual52 92 46.53 Bill Vaughan M45+ Individual53 91 46.54 Eunan Mc Bride M50+ Letterkenny A C54 104 47.05 Gloira Donaghey W50+ Finn Valley A C55 75 47.08 Paul Wilkinson SM Finn Valley A C56 85 47.23 Seamus Ferry M40+ Individual57 41 47.28 Ray Mc Gahy M40+ Individual58 76 47.38 Daniel Carr JM Letterkenny A C59 7 47.49 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny A C60 63 48.01 Gerard Bryceland M50+ Individual61 77 48.09 Shane Doherty JM Individual62 108 48.19 Nancy Mc Namee W45+ Finn Valley A C63 98 48.28 Kevin Coyle SM Individual64 60 48.28 Colin Mc Taggert SM Unattached65 43 48.49 James Doherty M60+ Individual66 53 48.57 Emma Mc Gee SW Individual67 70 48.58 Margaret Shiels W40+ Individual68 12 49.20 Paul Lee M45+ Individual69 15 49.26 Finian Ferry JM Individual70 38 49.27 Nigel Black M40+ Letterkenny A C71 90 49.29 Michael Kerr SM Individual72 37 49.31 Pat Mc Kenna W40+ Letterkenny A C73 39 49.32 Aidan Mc Kenna M40+ Letterkenny A C74 74 49.42 Anne Doherty W45+ Individual75 88 49.51 John Carr SM Unattached76 94 50.25 Drew Doherty M50+ Finn Valley A C77 58 50.28 Rosaleen Doherty SW Letterkenny A C78 16 50.43 Pat Ferry M40+ Individual79 52 51.00 Catherine Mc Kinley SW Individual80 79 51.09 Katie Friel SW Individual81 30 51.12 Marian Kerr W35+ Individual82 96 51.30 Joe Coyle SM Individual83 42 51.38 Viona Coyle W35+ Letterkenny A C84 8 51.53 Dympna Barrett W45+ Individual85 69 52.31 Amanda Mc Nulty SW Individual86 44 52.43 Laurna Mc Laughlin SW Individual87 10 52.51 Maura O’ Grady W45+ Individual88 33 52.59 Sylvester Hiemstron M40+ Individual89 62 53.08 Jerry Durning M50+ Individual90 84 53.28 David Mc 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