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Maraño pleads for understanding, asks nat’l teammates to tune out noise

Maraño pleads for understanding, asks nat’l teammates to tune out noise

first_imgJury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Molina plays for Petron in the Philippine Superliga, while Pablo is leader of Pocari Sweat, defending champion in the Premier Volleyball League. The LVPI has been under fire before for favoring PSL players over stars from the rival PVL when it comes to the formation of the national team.But even Pablo, a poster girl for the PVL, has asked fans to stop lambasting the team and support the LVPI decision. Some PSL teams have gone as far as calling out online reporters for their perceived biased stand on the issue.Maraño said the current controversy should make the team even more motivated. As it is, the Philippines is taking on the best in Asia in its first Asian Games appearance in 36 years.“We need to be strong,” Maraño said. “If we can’t help not to read social media bashing, let’s make it our motivation. Use the harsh words to train and be even better.”The F2 Logistics middle blocker added: “I’m just happy to be given the chance to play with the skilled and talented athletes like them. But I’d like to tell them that the challenge we are facing is not going to be easy.ADVERTISEMENT Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Petro Gazz spills BaliPure; Banko-Perlas grounds Pocari-Air Force 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 China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Once again, the women’s national volleyball team came under heavy fire from fans on social media for what they perceived as favoritism in the selection of players for the squad. And once again, it is skipper Aby Maraño who is putting herself on the frontline, asking everyone for understanding and support.ADVERTISEMENT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew “We don’t deserve to be bashed,” the 25-year-old Maraño, a two-time former UAAP MVP for La Salle and national team veteran, told the Inquirer in Filipino. “We train very hard, twice a day. We get bruised. Sometimes, we get injured and wounded in training. [We have] no holidays, no weekends no social lives.”Maraño added that paying attention to the deluge of negative comments against the team is useless, especially since there always seems to be a firestorm over the selection process every time a national team is formed.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I believe that we should not give them benefit of our attention. Our time should be devoted to training,” she added. “We should be above this crab mentality and issues of corruption.”The attacks, mostly concentrated on Twitter, largely targeted the Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas (LVPI) regarding its selection of players for the squad that will represent the country in the Asian Games this year—singling out Ces Molina, who won an open spiker position over Myla Pablo. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations LATEST STORIES In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ MOST READ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displacedlast_img read more

Deception, victimisation, incompetence and arrogance evident in the Public Health System

Deception, victimisation, incompetence and arrogance evident in the Public Health System

first_imgDear Editor,The Minister within the Ministry of Public Health, Dr Karen Cummings, and the Director of Clinical Health, Dr Shako, recently visited Region Six to do an analysis of the health sector.I assume they visited most of the hospitals and health centres in the region, because they reported that the sector has seen a lot of positives since the APNU+AFC Coalition Government took office in 2015.The minister and public officials of the Granger Administration continue to disregard the truth: that the health sector is really in a critical state, and is suffering from incompetence, mismanagement, corruption, and is failing miserably to improve services to assist hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Guyanese who are depending on this important, life- saving service.At the meeting with Minister Dr Cummings, we were told that the National Ophthalmology Hospital will commence cataract surgeries in the next three months. This was shocking, since the senior Minister of Public Health, the Director of Health Services, and the Department of Public Information had publicly informed the Guyanese people that the National Ophthalmology Hospital was presently doing laser cataract surgeries.In summary, there are difficulties in comprehending who is actually speaking the truth and who is lying. As I was identifying the issues in the health sector in Region Six, the minister abruptly informed me that she was busy, she had to visit two hospitals before leaving for Georgetown, and was unable to listen to the cries of the people.This is the level of arrogance that was shown by the minister, and this Granger Administration is  preaching about cohesion and inclusive government.Before May 2015, most of the drugs and medical supplies for cataract surgeries were purchased from prequalified companies, but because of the vindictive attitude of this Government, the Ministry of Public Health is refusing to purchase from those companies, and as such, thousands of vulnerable Guyanese awaiting cataract surgery and availability of other drugs are getting blind and dying.If there is an availability of the necessary drugs and medical supplies, cataract surgeries can be done at the New Amsterdam Hospital, and prevent a huge backlog and even stopping people from getting blind. The APNU+AFC Coalition Government should stop political victimisation of this supplier, and purchase the necessary drugs and medical supplies immediately.Another promise made by Minister Dr Cummings is that 24-hour pharmacy would be at the New Amsterdam Hospital; but there is only one pharmacist in Region Six, who is near retirement, and there are limited amounts of drugs for the entire Region Six.Before I conclude, let me extend my sincere condolences to the family of young Beyonce Ross, who is a victim of the gross incompetence in the healthcare systems of Guyana.  President Granger, at Guyana’s 52nd Independence Anniversary, was showcasing youths, yet denied a teenager the right to access proper health care. Many ministers went to have publicity with Beyonce Ross, but failed miserable to resolve the problem.The cost for all those ministers and public officials who visited her might have covered the expenses for Beyonce Ross’s medical bills overseas. Numerous Guyanese are identifying their medical issues, but are unable to fix them; and as such, this is causing them to die a slow death.The reality is that this APNU+AFC Coalition Government only makes provision for its members to enjoy the good life, and behave like “carrion crows” and “vampires on the taxpayers of Guyana.Regards.Zamal HussainChairmanRegional HealthCommitteeRegion Sixlast_img read more

Real Madrid lose in troubled Catalonia

Real Madrid lose in troubled Catalonia

first_imgMadrid were making their first appearance in the deeply divided region since a violence marred October 1 referendum plunged Spain into political crisis.As a reported one million people joined a rally in Barcelona in favour of Spanish unity on Sunday, just over 100 kilometres away in the pro-independence heartland of Girona, the visitors were expected to receive a hostile reception.“Girona FC’s victory against one of the greatest teams in the world is an example and a benchmark for many situations,” Catalan separatist leader Carles Puigdemont, who was deposed by the Spanish government as president of the regional parliament on Friday, posted on Twitter.However, it was events on the field that proved far more troublesome for Zinedine Zidane’s men as they lost more ground on rivals Barca in the Liga title race.“We know we can turn this around. We will have better days and our rivals will lose points over the course of the season,” insisted Zidane.“There is nothing more we can do, and we know that sooner or later things will turn. There is a long way to go and I am not worried.”A Girona fan holds a pro-independence Catalan flag as others hold up placards to form a mosaic before the Spanish league football match against Real Madrid © AFP / Josep LAGOChants in favour of independence and “freedom” reverberated around the 13,500 capacity Montlivi in the 17th minute as is common at Girona and Barcelona home matches to mark the fall of Catalonia in the Spanish War of Succession in 1714.However, with plenty of Madrid fans present, there were also plenty of Spanish flags on show.“Everyone who knows Girona, knew nothing would happen,” said Girona coach Pablo Machin.“The fans were sensible. They want it (the political situation) to be over. They enjoyed two brilliant hours of football.”In their first ever match against the European champions, Girona looked keen to make a mark from the outset and were desperately unlucky not to go in front when Pablo Maffeo’s cross came back off the inside of the post 12 minutes in.Seconds later, though, the ball was in the Girona net as Madrid broke immediately upfield and Isco tapped home the rebound after Bono parried Cristiano Ronaldo’s initial effort.– Girona dreaming –Girona continued to dominate the game and hit the woodwork again before half-time when Portu’s flicked header looped over Kiko Casilla and back off the inside of the post.Real suffered an injury blow days before they travel to face Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Wednesday as Raphael Varane was replaced by Nacho at half-time due to a muscular problem.And the French international’s presence at the heart of the Madrid defence was badly missed as Stuani jinked past Nacho to fire Girona deservedly level nine minutes into the second-half.Just four minutes later, Girona were in dreamland as Maffeo’s driven cross was flicked home by Portu and the goal was allowed to stand despite the striker appearing to be in an offside position.“We aren’t popping the cava. We’re mature and we knew we had a chance to beat a great side,” added Machin.“Before kick-off it seemed improbable, but we grew throughout the game, the players believed and we did it. We want to continue to be in this league for many more years to come.”Rather than mount a late comeback as they did so often on route to a first La Liga and Champions League double for 59 years last season, Madrid looked short of energy and ideas in the final half hour as Girona held out for a famous victory.“We can’t make excuses,” Madrid midfielder Casemiro told BeIN Sports Spain.“We have to keep our heads because it is a difficult moment.“We still have a chance but we need to play better and work harder. Madrid are always obliged to win.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Girona’s midfielder Portu (C) is congratulated by teammates after scoring a goal against Real Madrid at the Municipal de Montilivi stadium in Girona on October 29, 2017 © AFP / Josep LAGOGirona, Spain, Oct 29 – Real Madrid suffered a backlash on the field rather than from an expected hostile atmosphere amid political turmoil in Catalonia as they slumped to a shock 2-1 defeat at Girona on Sunday.Goals from Cristhian Stuani and Portu in four second-half minutes cancelled out Isco’s opener for Madrid as Real fell eight points behind La Liga leaders Barcelona after just 10 games.last_img read more

Chelsea up to third as jeers turn to cheers

Chelsea up to third as jeers turn to cheers

first_img0Shares0000David Luiz celebrates scoring Chelsea’s second goal against Watford © AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVASLONDON, United Kingdom, May 5 – Chelsea moved into third place in the Premier League as a quick-fire blitz from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and David Luiz inspired a vital 3-0 win over Watford on Sunday.Maurizio Sarri’s side were booed off after a sloppy first half, but two goals in three minutes from Loftus-Cheek and Luiz lifted the mood at Stamford Bridge. Gonzalo Higuain added the third and Chelsea are now one point clear of fourth placed Tottenham after their first win in four games in all competitions.If the Blues win their last league game of the season at Leicester next Sunday they will be certain to qualify for next season’s Champions League via a top-four finish.Before heading to Leicester, Chelsea host Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday, with the tie poised at 1-1 after the first leg.Finishing in the top four and winning the Europa League would make Sarri’s troubled first season a relative success.But even now Sarri, who has struggled to win over his squad, can’t escape murmurs of dissent.The former Napoli boss awoke to more unrest on Sunday after out-of-favour Blues defender Gary Cahill blasted Sarri.Cahill has made just eight appearances this season and claims he has been shown a lack of respect by Sarri.“I see some of the situations with players who won the title with Chelsea, not just myself, and it just hasn’t been right,” the long-serving Cahill told the Sunday Telegraph.“It makes it very hard for me to have respect for someone who has not respected what some of us have won with the club.”Cahill was given a standing ovation by Chelsea fans when Sarri sent him on in the final minutes for what could be his farewell appearance.But Cahill’s outburst might have been on his team-mates’ minds during a lethargic, distracted first half display.Watford’s Gerard Deulofeu went close early on with a fierce shot that flashed just wide.– Hazard sparkles –Chelsea were also indebted to a stunning save from Kepa Arrizabalaga, who recently admitted the painful lessons of his League Cup final mutiny — when he refused to be substituted against Manchester City — have made him a better person and player.When Jose Holebas whipped in a cross, Kepa showed why Sarri only dropped him for one match following that Wembley rebellion as he leapt high to his right to brilliantly claw away Troy Deeney’s header from a Jose Holebas cross.Adding to a concerning start for Chelsea, they lost France midfielder N’Golo Kante to injury after 10 minutes.Loftus-Cheek, who started on the bench despite an impressive display in Frankfurt, came on for Kante, but Chelsea were still off the pace.Deulofeu scuffed wide from a good position and by the time Holebas rifled just over from long-range, Sarri cut an agitated figure as he gesticulated angrily on the touchline.Urging his players to “pass, pass, pass”, Sarri’s promptings almost brought a reward when Pedro went close with a 20-yard blast after a neat link-up with Gonzalo Higuain.It wasn’t enough to prevent half-time jeers.But Eden Hazard was beginning to warm to his task and the Belgian, without whom Chelsea would be completely toothless, helped Sarri’s men silence the doubters in the 48th minute.When Hazard took a short corner, he collected Pedro’s return pass and flicked a cross towards the far post, where Loftus-Cheek rose above Nathaniel Chalobah to head home from close-range.Playing with more verve and belief now, Chelsea struck again from another corner three minutes later as Hazard’s delivery was met by Luiz with a thumping header past Foster.Higuain put the result beyond doubt when he scored just the fifth goal of his loan spell from Juventus in the 75th minute.Running onto Pedro’s pass, the Argentine striker clipped a delicate finish over Foster from a tight angle to cap Chelsea’s second half resurgence.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Video assistance trials may take place in next season’s FA Cup

Video assistance trials may take place in next season’s FA Cup

first_imgTrials of video assistance for referees may take place in next season’s FA Cup after football’s law-making body strongly recommended that experiments take place.A final decision will be taken at the International FA Board’s (IFAB) annual general meeting in March in Cardiff, but the recommendation to allow trials has been described as a “major step forward”.The Football Association, which has been big supporters of video technology, are expected to offer next season’s FA Cup for trials, and the Scottish FA will hold talks on doing the same in the Scottish Cup .FA chief executive Martin Glenn indicated the governing body would be willing to use its flagship competition for trials. It was also a leading force in the drive to introduce goal-line technology.Glenn told a news conference: “I’m very happy for things within my direct control – the English FA’s direct control – to be part of that.“We are big supporters of the use of technology. So, what do we control? We control the FA Cup.”The trials would be limited to decisions on goals, red cards, penalties and cases of mistaken identity. They would involve different kinds of experiments, such as video only being used when the referee asks for assistance or in a different case where the video assistant would be allowed to flag up errors.Unlike rugby, there would be no video referee on the big screens in stadiums.If trials are successful, video assistants could come in for the 2018-19 season but not in time for the 2018 World Cup.Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan added in terms of the Scottish Cup: “It’s one that we would certainly discuss as a board. As a personal preference, it’s something I’d like to see push forward.”Regan said any move to involve the SPL would have to be discussed with league organisers. 1 Video assistance trials may take place in next season’s FA Cup last_img read more

WELL ‘WATER’ YOU KNOW – LIBRARY RE-OPENS AFTER FLOODING

WELL ‘WATER’ YOU KNOW – LIBRARY RE-OPENS AFTER FLOODING

first_imgFurther to the recent closure of the Central Library in Letterkenny due to water damage, the downstairs section of the library is now open to the public.The Central Library at LetterkennyHowever, the Research and Local Studies section remains closed until further notice.Donegal County Council has thanked people for their help understanding during the closure since last week. For further information on Library services in Donegal visit www.donegallibrary.ie or follow us on facebook. WELL ‘WATER’ YOU KNOW – LIBRARY RE-OPENS AFTER FLOODING was last modified: July 17th, 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:Cenrtal LIbraryre-openslast_img read more

RNLI challenge you to ‘sea’ if you can drink nothing only water for 10 days…

RNLI challenge you to ‘sea’ if you can drink nothing only water for 10 days…

first_imgThis September, the RNLI is challenging people in Ireland to give up all drinks except water for 10 days to raise vital funds for the lifesaving charity.No tea. No coffee. No fizzy drinks. No wine. No beer. No orange juice. Just water for 10 tough days.The H2Only challenge runs from 5pm on Tuesday 13 September to 5pm on Friday 23 September, with participants giving up the drinks they love for 10 long days and drinking nothing but water throughout the challenge. Gerry Canning, Skerries RNLI crew member said: ‘The H2Only challenge is extremely tough. We know that going 10 days without a morning cuppa, a pint after work or a can of fizzy drink will be really hard for everyone taking part.‘Every euro raised is so important to the RNLI. As a charity, we rely on the support and generosity of the public so that we can continue to save lives at sea. All the money raised by people taking on the H2Only challenge will be greatly appreciated.’Everyone who signs up to take on the challenge will receive a pack containing two H2Only temporary tattoos to wear. The tattoos last up to 10 days – so participants can proudly display their exclusive H2Only ‘ink’ while taking on the challenge. All those brave enough to take on the challenge can sign-up now at h2only.org.uk.Gerry continues: ‘People can sign-up as part of a crew with their friends or work colleagues and take on the H2Only challenge together. Just like an RNLI lifeboat crew, they’ll be able to rely on each other for support when the going gets tough and they hit choppy waters during the challenge. I’d encourage all H2Only participants to stay on the water to help the RNLI stay on the water.’In 2015, RNLI volunteer lifeboat crews across Ireland launched 1,098 times and rescued 1,244 people.Follow @RNLI on Twitter or like the RNLI Facebook page for all the latest H2Only news and updates.RNLI challenge you to ‘sea’ if you can drink nothing only water for 10 days… was last modified: September 2nd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:Coffeefundraiserh2onlyRNLITealast_img read more

Top Donegal model shares happy baby news

Top Donegal model shares happy baby news

first_imgInternational model and businesswoman Faye Dinsmore and Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave have welcomed their first child.The Donegal-born beauty posted a photo of her little one on Instagram yesterday. Her tech giant husband also posted a touching photo and Facebook status from Dublin saying: “I’m a dad. Faye is a mum. We are so, so happy.”Faye, aged 28, comes from a family of 14 in Ballintra. Following a successful career on the catwalks of London, Paris and major world cities, she has focused her enterprising and creative outlets as the co-founder of The Cat and The Fox Shop, making Donegal-produced Aran knitted jumpers. Faye married Paddy, aged 33, in May this year. The couple first met at Trinity College Dublin, when Faye was a student of French and Classics at Trinity College and international model.It’s not yet known whether the baby’s first Christmas will be at Faye’s homeland in Donegal, as she has spoken out in past years about the internet connection up here!Paddy’s hugely popular Web Summit will be held in Lisbon, Portugal this November, but with Faye’s local business here, the young family will no doubt stay connected to her home.  Top Donegal model shares happy baby news was last modified: October 11th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalFaye Dinsmoremodelpaddy cosgraveWeb Summitlast_img read more

Finn Valley Centre’s Remembrance 10k results – where did you come?

Finn Valley Centre’s Remembrance 10k results – where did you come?

first_imgOver 500 people took part in this afternoon’s Remembrance 10k at Finn Valley Centre in Stranorlar.The annual race is held to remember loved ones who have now passed on, and to raise vital funds for a selected charity.A remembrance wall (pictured above) was also set up to allow participants to sign the name of loved ones. Well done to all who took part! Here are the results in full:PL N TIME NAME CLUB.1 245 36.40 PAUL DOHERTY 24/7 TRIATHLON CLUB2 182 36.59 PADDY RYAN MILFORD AC3 161 37.17 FRANK CHANEY FINN VALLEY AC4 183 37.25 ANTHONY DOHERTY MILFORD AC5 502 37.39 MARK BOYD FINN VALLEY AC6 202 38.24 PAUL DILLON LIFFORD/STRABANE7 127 38.25 PETER ODONNELL MILFORD AC8 290 38.25 PAUL MCFADDEN LKAC9 289 38.47 MARTIN DEVENNEY LKAC10 439 38.54 PATRICK BRENNAN LKAC11 331 39.00 JOHNY ODOHERTY INDIVIDUAL12 501 39.05 LIAM BOYLE FINN VALLEY AC13 181 39.21 PHILIP KELLY LIFFORD/STRABANE14 159 39.24 PATRICK MCGER 24/7 TRIATHLON15 422 39.28 EVAN MCGIRR FINN VALLEY AC16 264 39.32 DAMIEN MURPHY RAPHOE RR17 284 39.44 DOMINIC DEVENEY IRVINESTOWN R/C18 310 40.00 BRIAN MCCREA FINN VALLEY AC19 180 40.13 JAMES DONAGHEY CONVOY20 241 40.14 PETER MCMENAMIN FINN VALLEY AC21 461 40.20 JOE MCCARTHY SPARTA AC22 215 40.21 PAT HEGARTY FINN VALLEY AC23 186 40.28 GAVIN CRAWFORD 24/7 TRIATHLON24 414 40.32 RAY MCGAHEY INDIVIDUAL25 254 40.46 CATRIONA DEVINE FINN VALLEY AC26 385 40.49 BARRY CHAMBERS FINN VALLEY AC27 124 40.50 EUGENE GALLEN FINN VALLEY AC28 130 40.51 RAYMOND DOHERTY FINN VALLEY AC29 179 40.53 NATASHA KELLY 24/7 TRIATHLON CLUB30 531 40.53 DARAGH KELLY INDIVIDUAL31 222 40.59 GARY GALLAGHER LIFFORD/STRABANE32 637 41.01 SHANE GALLAGHER FINN VALLEY AC33 176 41.02 DERMOT MCELCHAR FINN VALLEY AC34 359 41.12 DEREK CALLAGHAN FINN VALLEY AC35 160 41.16 STEPHEN ROBINSON 24/7 TRIATHLON36 419 41.19 RODNEY BATES CONVOY AC37 325 41.22 MICHAEL PENROSE FINN VALLEY AC38 403 41.26 PAUL GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL39 138 41.39 BRENDAN MCBRIDE ROSSES AC40 435 41.47 SEAMUS MORRISON LKAC41 187 42.00 ANDY MCINROY INDIVIDUAL42 200 42.05 ENDA MCNULTY MELVIN43 368 42.11 NOELEEN MERRITT FINN VALLEY AC44 537 42.12 ADRIAN CALLAGHAN LKAC45 137 42.14 OLIVER BARRETT LIFFORD/STRABANE46 135 42.17 GERARD CAMPBELL LIFFORD/STRABANE47 193 42.21 KEVIN MCMENAMIN LIFFORD/STRABANE48 603 42.33 NIALL KERLIN CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN49 278 42.35 STACEY DOLAN FINN VALLEY AC50 169 42.47 LIAM TINNEY 24/7 TRIATHLON51 466 42.53 MISS DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL52 212 42.54 ANTHONY MCDAID INDIVIDUAL53 372 42.55 DAVID MCNULTY LIFFORD/STRABANE54 462 42.59 KIERAN COYLE KCR55 175 42.59 MARK MCFADDEN LKAC56 639 42.59 BARRY GALLAGHER FINN VALLEY AC57 638 42.59 GERARD GALLAGHER FINN VALLEY AC58 364 43.09 DESSIE GALLEN KCR59 417 43.15 DREW DOHERTY FINN VALLEY AC60 602 43.24 NOEL MAILEY CONVOY AC61 267 43.28 CHARLOTTE GAVIGAN FV FIT4LIFE62 2282 43.44 PADDY GALLAGHER KCR63 476 43.45 JOHN BRADLEY KCR64 644 43.53 JOE CARLIN KCR65 536 43.55 KARL BRADLEY INDIVIDUAL66 410 44.07 STEPHEN DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL67 2285 44.08 JENNA BONNER INDIVIDUAL68 488 44.08 CIARAN O’KANE CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN69 2284 44.12 BARRY BONNER INDIVIDUAL70 184 44.17 LISA DALTON 24/7 TRIATHLON71 524 44.20 DOMINIC DEVINE CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN72 381 44.26 WILLIAM FRENEY RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS73 396 44.27 SEAN OLEARY FINN VALLEY AC74 2267 44.36 NOREEN BONNER FINN VALLEY AC75 154 44.36 KIERAN MCAULEY LIFFORD/STRABANE76 2281 44.58 KARIN DUFFNER FV FIT4LIFE77 225 45.11 PHILIP MCGOVERN MILFORD AC78 110 45.11 LIAM MAGUIRE LIFFORD/STRABANE79 608 45.18 FIONNUALA LARKIN LKAC80 616 45.28 JAMES GALLEN FV FIT4LIFE81 618 45.32 MARTIN JORDAN CONVOY AC82 622 45.33 LEE MCGRANAGHAN INDIVIDUAL83 500 45.33 CATHAL O’NEILL CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN84 463 45.36 ANDREW DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL85 301 45.38 REBECCA MCKENZIE NFFC86 320 45.39 KAY BYRNE FINN VALLEY AC87 621 45.40 AMANDA MCGRANAGHAN FV FIT4LIFE88 397 45.44 MARY HIPPSLEY FINN VALLEY AC89 249 45.49 JOANNE MCNABB FINN VALLEY AC90 353 45.50 STEPHEN SHIELS LKAC91 541 45.50 DANNY MCBRIDE INDIVIDUAL92 330 45.55 RICHIE DUNCAN CASTLEFINN93 619 46.05 ANDY SCANLON FINN VALLEY AC94 220 46.05 PADDY TOURISH LIFFORD/STRABANE95 530 46.05 CIARAN MCHUGH INDIVIDUAL96 239 46.06 DENIS BOYLE INDIVIDUAL97 155 46.07 BRENDAN DELAP INDIVIDUAL98 434 46.08 PAUL HARRIS LKAC99 535 46.13 GERARD MCCONNELL SWANLINGS100 457 46.19 JONATHAN ELLIOT JOE MOIRA101 219 46.29 MARTIN O’DONNELL INDIVIDUAL102 499 46.34 BRIAN KELLY CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN103 142 46.37 CHRISTOPHER CUSKELLY LIFFORD/STRABANE104 109 46.39 PAUL DUDDY MELVIN105 367 46.40 PETER GALLAGHER LKAC106 196 46.44 RICHARD RAYMOND LKAC107 313 46.44 KEVIN OMALLEY LKAC108 199 46.45 KIERAN MURRAY MILFORD AC109 229 47.00 BRENDAN BOGGS INDIVIDUAL110 102 47.03 IGGY HOUSTON MELVIN111 201 47.07 DEAN SWEENEY INDIVIDUAL112 286 47.18 SINEAD MCCONNELL CASTLEFINN RUNNERS113 209 47.21 GERARD CRAWFORD LIFFORD/STRABANE114 128 47.22 HUGH DEIGHAN SPRINGWELL RUNNING CLUB115 117 47.24 EUGENE MCALEER MOURNE/DERG116 539 47.26 MICHAEL THOMPSON FINN VALLEY AC117 610 47.27 ATTRACTA MCBRIDE INDIVIDUAL118 634 47.30 JOHN MCELWAINE LIFFORD/STRABANE119 473 47.30 EUGUENE MCGINLEY SWANLINGS120 323 47.30 PADDY DOHERTY FV FIT4LIFE121 195 47.34 ALEX SPRATT CASTLEFINN RUNNING122 450 47.35 JOHN DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL123 163 47.35 PAUL MCNAMEE LIFFORD/STRABANE124 265 47.36 CIARAN MCLAUGHLIN LIFFORD/STRABANE125 648 47.37 EMMETT SCOTT CONVOY AC126 299 47.37 ANNE MCGETTIGAN FINN VALLEY AC127 377 47.39 TERENCE QUINN RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS128 162 47.45 DANNY GAMBLE INDIVIDUAL129 519 48.01 CAROL DOOHER CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN130 360 48.06 EOIN FOGARTY MILFORD AC131 178 48.13 GARRETT MCCARRON LIFFORD/STRABANE132 418 48.15 PAUL WHELAN FINN VALLEY AC133 487 48.15 MO KELLY INDIVIDUAL134 486 48.17 CIARAN DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL135 655 48.17 PATRICK MCNAMEE INDIVIDUAL136 266 48.18 TORI MCLAUGHLIN INDIVIDUAL137 291 48.20 CARMEL MCBRIDE FINN VALLEY AC138 496 48.25 MARGARET REID FINN VALLEY AC139 2345 48.25 RAMONA GALLAGHER FV FIT4LIFE140 189 48.27 AMANDA MONAGHAN LIFFORD/STRABANE141 152 48.27 SHAUN DOHERTY STAR RUNNING CLUB142 449 48.33 SHARON BLACK LKAC143 421 48.35 ELAINE MCGOLDRICK CASTLEFINN RUNNERS144 292 48.35 JOHN GIBBONS MILFORD AC145 216 48.35 JOHN GRIFFIN FV FIT4LIFE146 479 48.41 EIMEAR O’KANE CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN147 2269 48.43 LYNNE O’NEILL FINN VALLEY AC148 532 48.44 DECLAN MCHUGH INDIVIDUAL149 2293 48.48 JIM MCLAUGHLIN INDIVIDUAL150 153 48.50 PAUL HOUSTON LIFFORD/STRABANE151 188 48.50 JACQUI TIMONEY LIFFORD/STRABANE152 242 48.55 LIAM MC LAUGHLIN INDIVIDUAL153 328 48.56 NOEL BRESLIN INDIVIDUAL154 521 48.59 CONOR SPROULE CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN155 243 49.06 SEAN KENNEDY ST NUALS RUNNERS156 489 49.07 ANNE DALY CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN157 388 49.09 HUGH ALLAN RAPHOE RR158 540 49.11 KAROL MCGINLEY FINN VALLEY AC159 349 49.12 CONAL GIBSON INDIVIDUAL160 131 49.26 ANNE ROBINSON 24/7 TRIATHLON161 363 49.29 ALAN CATTERSON FINN VALLEY AC162 362 49.35 MARTIN ANDERSON FINN VALLEY AC163 636 49.35 SARAH DOHERTY CONVOY AC164 354 49.35 MARGARET SHIELS LKAC165 656 49.43 CIARA HEGARTY FINN VALLEY AC166 658 49.50 MICHAEL MCKEOWN INDIVIDUAL167 268 49.52 OLIVE MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL168 399 49.54 PAUL SMITH TRIM AC169 280 50.02 MARK OSULLIVAN SEAN MACCUMHAILLS GAA170 498 50.06 LISA FERGUSON FV FIT4LIFE171 305 50.30 KEITH O’DONNELL INDIVIDUAL172 192 50.31 LIAM DALY LIFFORD/STRABANE173 416 50.35 GARETH DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL174 370 50.37 ADRIAN DEVINE CASTLEFINN RUNNING175 395 50.38 BERNIE CROSSAN FINN VALLEY AC176 106 50.38 CHARLIE DOOHER MELVIN177 107 50.39 DECLAN DUFFY MELVIN178 436 50.39 LORRAINE DUFFY INDIVIDUAL179 428 50.52 PADDY GILDEA CONVOY AC180 256 50.54 PAURIC MITCHELL FINN VALLEY AC181 376 50.54 BRIAN DOHERTY SWANLINGS182 304 50.57 PAUL GALLEN KCR183 508 50.57 GLEANOIR KELLY INDIVIDUAL184 509 50.57 SEAN CONNAUGHTON KCR185 2294 51.01 DAMIEN ALEXANDER FV FIT4LIFE186 177 51.01 AINE MCELCHAR FV4L187 114 51.08 ODETTE MCMENAMIN AGHYARAN188 129 51.08 ELIZABETH DEIGHAN SPRINGWELL RUNNING CLUB189 172 51.17 DYLAN MCGARRIGLE INDIVIDUAL190 526 51.18 KIERAN CALLAGHAN INDIVIDUAL191 2283 51.19 DIANE GALLAGHER KCR192 134 51.23 MARTINA MCDAID 24/7 TRIATHLON193 468 51.27 SEAMUS MURPHY INDIVIDUAL194 122 51.31 SHAUNA MCNULTY AGHYARAN195 542 51.31 GARVAN GALLAGHER RUN FOR FUN196 210 51.33 BAMBI DOHERTY LKAC197 454 51.33 AIDAN MCKENNA LKAC198 431 51.33 PAUL MCCRORY INDIVIDUAL199 228 51.40 GAVIN FISHER INDIVIDUAL200 477 51.49 STEPHEN STEWART INDIVIDUAL201 365 51.51 STIRLING TAYLOR KCR202 125 51.52 PHILIP CONNOLLY LKAC203 513 51.53 ANN DOHERTY CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN204 244 51.54 SEAN GIBSON INDIVIDUAL205 491 52.05 ANTHONY HEGARTY INDIVIDUAL206 492 52.05 NOELLE RYAN INDIVIDUAL207 191 52.13 SEAN GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL208 405 52.16 DAMIAN MONAGHAN LIFFORD/STRABANE209 446 52.24 JJ MURPHY FINN VALLEY AC210 168 52.26 EILEEN CRAWFORD LIFFORD/STRABANE211 333 52.29 BARRY KENNEDY INDIVIDUAL212 273 52.39 MAURICE MURRAY FINN VALLEY AC213 2276 52.41 JOE GALLEN KCR214 350 52.48 KYLE GIBSON INDIVIDUAL215 452 52.48 SEAN MARLEY INDIVIDUAL216 453 52.49 DONAL MCGUINNESS INDIVIDUAL217 652 52.54 FOLINOMAR MANGINI FINN VALLEY AC218 293 53.01 GLORIA DONAGHEY FINN VALLEY AC219 481 53.02 CORMAC MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL220 1646 53.04 SEAMUS MCATEER INDIVIDUAL221 451 53.09 GORETTI MARLEY FV4L222 609 53.12 EMMA LAWNE FV FIT4LIFE223 116 53.15 DECLAN MCCRORY MOURNE/DERG224 105 53.32 GARBH MAGUIRE MELVIN225 108 53.35 AMANDA HEANEY MELVIN226 614 53.35 NOEL GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL227 643 53.38 FRANCESCA PATTON INDIVIDUAL228 375 53.40 SHAUNA FINN FV FIT4LIFE229 112 53.40 JESSICA ROBERTS MELVIN230 657 53.44 FRANCES FUREY INDIVIDUAL231 167 53.49 RHONDA GREEN LIFFORD/STRABANE232 126 53.50 TREVOR MCGLYNN LIFFORD/STRABANE233 387 53.51 PIUS DOHERTY LIFFORD/STRABANE234 298 53.52 EDDIE BRESLIN LIFFORD/STRABANE235 366 53.52 PHONSIE BARR INDIVIDUAL236 197 53.53 DANNY BURNS LIFFORD/STRABANE237 402 53.55 MARY MARTIN FV FIT4LIFE238 415 53.58 KEVIN ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL239 315 53.58 MIKEY HARKIN INDIVIDUAL240 506 54.01 SOPHIE KELLY INDIVIDUAL241 507 54.01 YVONNE ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL242 374 54.02 TRISH CALLAGHAN RUSHE FITNESS LETTERKENNY243 334 54.05 ALISON GIBSON INDIVIDUAL244 238 54.08 GERALD MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL245 423 54.13 TARA HEGARTY FINN VALLEY AC246 235 54.13 LEXIE DIVER INDIVIDUAL247 321 54.13 ANDREW SIMMS INDIVIDUAL248 253 54.13 PAT FERRY MILFORD AC249 288 54.13 IAN HEGARTY INDIVIDUAL250 630 54.13 NICOLA BONNER INDIVIDUAL251 287 54.13 TERESA MCMENAMIN AGHYARAN252 335 54.17 JOSEPH DEVINE INDIVIDUAL253 230 54.18 LISA MCDAID CASTLEFINN RUNNING254 139 54.19 WENDY MACDONALD INDIVIDUAL255 311 54.19 EMMA LAWRENCE CASTLEFINN RUNNING256 390 54.21 SIOBHAN MCCARTHY INDIVIDUAL257 383 54.24 LINDA MACBETH RAPHOE RR258 261 54.27 RAY MEEHAN RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS259 518 54.29 ROSEMARY GALVIN INDIVIDUAL260 198 54.32 PADDY MULLEN MELVIN261 258 54.35 JOHANNE CONLIN AGHYARAN262 371 54.43 MICHELLE HUNTER FINN VALLEY AC263 111 54.43 GERT DOHERTY MELVIN264 529 54.44 CHARMAINE KEE SWANLINGS265 185 54.44 FRANCES WILSON KCR266 516 54.45 JOEY O’LEARY FV FIT4LIFE267 104 54.46 CHRIS MCCAY MELVIN268 103 54.48 MNICOLA BRADLEY MELVIN269 101 54.50 MARK DONAGHEY MELVIN270 490 55.09 FIONNUALA CONWELL CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN271 443 55.11 PATRICK MURPHY FINN VALLEY AC272 221 55.15 SABRINA MCGHEE CASTLEFINN RUNNING273 214 55.21 HENRY DOWNEY INDIVIDUAL274 312 55.37 MARGARET LAFFERTY CASTLEFINN RUNNING275 378 55.44 CARMEL BROWNE FV FIT4LIFE276 420 55.45 EMMA BATES CONVOY AC277 409 55.46 BRENDA DOHERTY FV4L278 285 55.48 EAMON MCCONNELL CASTLEFINN RUNNERS279 133 55.48 FIONA MCDAID 24/7 TRIATHLON CLUB280 628 55.48 REGINA GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL281 404 55.49 KAY BONNER CONVOY AC282 132 55.53 RACHAEL STILVERN 24/7 TRIATHLON CLUB283 386 55.58 DAVID MEEHAN LIFFORD/STRABANE284 525 55.59 CHARLIE DOHERTY KCR285 527 55.59 DEMI FERRY INDIVIDUAL286 465 56.05 PEARL DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL287 2330 56.11 TINA MARTIN FV FIT4LIFE288 2329 56.18 EUGENE KELLY FV FIT4LIFE289 432 56.23 DONNA BONNER KCR290 269 56.23 LAURA MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL291 270 56.23 PAULINE MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL292 173 56.23 LORRAINE MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL293 211 56.23 MIA PRENDERGAST INDIVIDUAL294 174 56.23 SHANE KELLY INDIVIDUAL295 2268 56.30 PAULA JANSEN FINN VALLEY AC296 332 56.35 TANYA HALL CONVOY AC297 146 56.35 ATTRACTA MCGLINCHEY STAR RUNNING CLUB298 203 56.35 MICHAEL KAVANAGH STAR RUNNING CLUB299 143 56.38 SEAMUS CROSSAN STAR RUNNING CLUB300 514 56.38 FRANCES MCGLYNN FV FIT4LIFE301 357 56.40 SUE BYRNE FV FIT4LIFE302 523 56.46 DENISE FERGUSON FV FIT4LIFE303 157 56.47 PAUL O BRIEN INDIVIDUAL304 355 56.50 ARTHUR CONNOLLY MOURNE/DERG305 343 57.03 SINEAD MCGRANAGHAN KCR306 653 57.04 JAMES MAGUIRE FINN VALLEY AC307 458 57.05 KEITH WILSON INDIVIDUAL308 455 57.05 DARREN O’SULLIVAN INDIVIDUAL309 533 57.07 RHONDA GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL310 2317 57.07 AIDAN O’TOOLE INDIVIDUAL311 271 57.11 MICHAELA GILLESPIE LK RUN312 322 57.15 ELLIE SIMMS INDIVIDUAL313 308 57.28 RAYMOND FRIEL INDIVIDUAL314 433 57.33 LAURA CRANE KCR315 329 57.45 MICHELLE MCMENAMIN FV4L316 459 57.50 KRISTIN WILSON INDIVIDUAL317 456 57.52 MONICA BATES INDIVIDUAL318 389 57.53 PATRICIA HOUSTON FV FIT4LIFE319 646 57.57 STEPHEN MCELHINNEY INDIVIDUAL320 647 57.57 RACHEL ENFIELD INDIVIDUAL321 543 58.01 CONOR MCGONAGLE FINN VALLEY AC322 640 58.02 BRIDGEEN DOHERTY FINN VALLEY AC323 1001 58.02 SUSAN DOHERTY FINN VALLEY AC324 309 58.03 NICOLA KEE KCR325 411 58.04 SHONA MALONEY INDIVIDUAL326 337 58.12 MADONNA MCGINLEY EGLINGTON ROAD RUNNERS327 223 58.23 FRANCES MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL328 336 58.27 JOE MCCLAFFERTY INDIVIDUAL329 319 58.36 MARGARET GAHAN INDIVIDUAL330 247 58.36 AGNES DEVINE INDIVIDUAL331 2299 58.39 PHILIP MCHUGH KCR332 140 58.52 ANDY MCAULEY MEN ON THE MOVE ST JOHNSTON333 303 58.52 JOHN CORRIGAN MEN ON THE MOVE ST JOHNSTON334 227 58.59 OLLY GALLAGHER MEN ON THE MOVE335 141 59.01 GEOFFREY WATT MEN ON THE MOVE ST JOHNSTON336 275 59.03 SHAUNA CUNNINGHAM INDIVIDUAL337 274 59.14 LORRAINE SMITH INDIVIDUAL338 474 59.20 SHAUN O’DONNELL SWANLINGS339 413 59.20 GERRY MCNULTY FINN VALLEY AC340 226 59.22 STEVEN VIRTUE NFFC341 394 59.24 SINEAD OGORMAN INDIVIDUAL342 485 59.36 HILARY HAYLES FINN VALLEY AC343 484 59.36 JOANNE CAMPBELL FINN VALLEY AC344 393 59.40 EILEEN MORNING SWANLINGS345 2648 59.40 JOHN CONAGHAN FV FIT4LIFE346 272 59.40 PAULETTE OLEARY CASTLEFINN RUNNING347 444 59.51 EMMA MURPHY FINN VALLEY AC348 412 59.54 ANDREA DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL349 251 60.07 CLAIRE MCCLOSKEY RUSHE FITNESS LETTERKENNY350 145 60.09 MARTIN CONWAY INDIVIDUAL351 505 60.19 MAJELLA DEVINE CLANNAGAEL WJR352 2314 60.19 AOIFE DOHERTY FV FIT4LIFE353 205 60.23 MARY DEERY MELVIN354 2300 60.32 NICOLA DOHERTY FV FIT4LIFE355 1650 60.32 DEBBIE HANNON INDIVIDUAL356 255 60.45 JOHN FITZGERARLD MILFORD AC357 194 60.45 DARRAGH MCHUGH INDIVIDUAL358 441 60.45 AMANDA DUFFY AGHYARAN359 429 60.59 MARIE GALLAGHER AGHYARAN360 512 60.59 KEVIN DEVLIN AGHYARAN361 260 61.15 PAUL FINN FV FIT4LIFE362 478 61.16 HILARY PEARSON INDIVIDUAL363 606 61.17 THERESA MCCRUDDEN INDIVIDUAL364 605 61.53 TRACEY LYNCH INDIVIDUAL365 626 61.57 ELIZABETH QUINN INDIVIDUAL366 625 62.06 CATHY MCDAID FPI RUNNING CLUB367 204 62.06 PAULINE HAMILTON STAR RUNNING CLUB368 617 62.06 DEIRDRE BROWNE FV FIT4LIFE369 236 62.12 CHLOE MCGLYNN MILFORD AC370 340 62.14 EVE MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL371 520 62.17 CATHY KERLIN CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN372 263 62.21 BRENDAN ONEILL CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN373 611 62.36 LOUISE QUINN CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN374 515 62.38 OISIN LOGUE FV FIT4LIFE375 384 62.40 MARIE BONNER INDIVIDUAL376 341 62.41 MEG MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL377 151 62.41 GERARLD STEWART STAR RUNNING CLUB378 144 62.43 BRIEDGE PATTON STAR RUNNING CLUB379 115 62.44 NOEL BASKIN MOURNE/DERG380 482 62.52 CLODAGH MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL381 316 62.54 ABBIE HARKIN INDIVIDUAL382 406 63.00 LORETTA MCNULTY CASTLEFINN RUNNING383 497 63.02 FIONNUALA MCBRIDE CASTLEFINN RUNNING384 401 63.05 CAOILAINN SMITH INDIVIDUAL385 483 63.26 CATRIONA MULHERN INDIVIDUAL386 480 63.51 PAUL MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL387 339 63.51 T MCGINLEY INDIVIDUAL388 156 64.04 MICK BOURKE DONORE HARRIERS389 207 64.12 PAUAL ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL390 217 64.23 SELENA RUSSELL FV FIT4LIFE391 170 64.23 KATRINA DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL392 314 64.44 LINDA HARKIN INDIVIDUAL393 218 64.44 EDEL GRIFFIN FV FIT4LIFE394 300 64.48 PAT MCKENNA LKAC395 237 64.49 CEARA DEVINE INDIVIDUAL396 471 64.51 CIARAN BLANEY INDIVIDUAL397 469 64.51 JOHN KERR INDIVIDUAL398 400 64.51 ROSALEEN MCCOOL INDIVIDUAL399 641 64.59 SHAUN BOYCE INDIVIDUAL400 642 64.59 MICHELLE HARKIN INDIVIDUAL401 294 65.04 MARGARET DOHERTY AGHYARAN402 295 65.14 SIOBHAN BYRNE AGHYARAN403 447 65.14 SINEAD COLLINS AGHYARAN404 240 65.14 JAMES DORRIAN INDIVIDUAL405 171 65.43 RYAN STEWART INDIVIDUAL406 2650 65.44 IAN FARREN INDIVIDUAL407 281 65.44 EDWARD CRAWFORD FV4L408 246 65.48 JAMES DEVINE INDIVIDUAL409 538 65.48 LEANNE GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL410 629 65.55 LEAH BONNER INDIVIDUAL411 121 66.30 KERRIE CONNOLLY MOURNE/DERG412 119 66.31 SINEAD MCCRORY MOURNE/DERG413 442 66.51 BARRY DUFFY AGHYARAN414 307 66.59 ROSEMARY BOGGS INDIVIDUAL415 306 67.12 KAREN CARLIN LIFFORD/STRABANE416 190 67.27 CARMEL BRINDLE LIFFORD/STRABANE417 604 67.35 SHARON GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL418 607 68.21 JOSEPHINE MCBRIDE DOWNINGS419 613 68.23 LAUREN CALLAN GALLAGHER LKAC420 430 68.23 CAROLINE MCCABE FV4L421 632 68.26 MARY DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL422 633 68.26 TARA HUGHES INDIVIDUAL423 252 68.36 CIARA MCLAUGHLIN MOURNE/DERG424 279 68.36 BRID GALLEN FV4L425 356 68.44 MARGARET MULLEN FV FIT4LIFE426 302 68.44 LORETTA DEVENNEY FV FIT4LIFE427 358 68.49 EIMEAR BYRNE FV FIT4LIFE428 517 69.01 KATHLEEN O’LEARY INDIVIDUAL429 361 69.14 JULIE MCCONNELL INDIVIDUAL430 424 69.14 MARIE HOUSTON INDIVIDUAL431 2649 69.24 CAROL FARREN INDIVIDUAL432 545 69.26 SEAMUS ODONNELL FINN VALLEY AC433 601 69.26 GRACE O’DONNELL INDIVIDUAL434 546 69.26 DAVINA ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL435 651 69.32 MARTHA MCGLINCHEY INDIVIDUAL436 234 70.25 MARJORIE RUSSELL INDIVIDUAL437 408 70.25 FELICITY PATTON438 467 70.25 EDITH NEALY INDIVIDUAL439 464 70.25 NOEL DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL440 373 71.18 MARIE GILDEA RICKY441 259 71.18 LOUISE LOGUE RICKY442 620 71.55 MARY GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL443 635 74.36 PAUL GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL444 326 75.03 LURANA HEGARTY INDIVIDUAL445 495 75.04 HELENA HOUSTIN CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN446 262 75.04 GERALDINE ONEILL CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN447 445 75.08 AISLING MURPHY FINN VALLEY AC448 120 75.49 EAMON MCGARVEY MOURNE/DERG449 164 75.49 FELIE GALLEN INDIVIDUAL450 494 75.55 JAMES MORAN CLANN NA NGAEL WALK/JOG/RUN451 440 76.16 BERNADINE MADDEN KCR452 437 76.16 ANN KELLY KCR453 438 76.16 PATRICIA OBRIEN KCR454 470 76.16 JOSEPHINE MCCAUGHEY INDIVIDUAL455 232 76.35 LAURA FRIEL INDIVIDUAL456 426 76.35 MATTHEW BAIRD INDIVIDUAL457 427 76.40 GILL BAIRD INDIVIDUAL458 342 78.16 ADRIAN DEVINE EVERTON FC 101459 327 78.16 LOUISE HEGARTY INDIVIDUAL460 382 78.39 COLLETTE WARD INDIVIDUAL461 148 78.39 DEARBHLA FRIEL MOURNE/DERG462 158 78.48 FINTAN MANGAN INDIVIDUAL463 511 78.48 STEPHEN ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL464 345 78.55 LAURYN DEVINE INDIVIDUAL465 324 79.04 REA DOHERTY FV FIT4LIFE466 123 79.04 MARY GRIFFIN FV4L467 612 79.19 CORINA MCCANN INDIVIDUAL468 504 79.19 STEPHEN KELLY INDIVIDUAL469 277 79.19 OLIVIA KELLY INDIVIDUAL470 248 81.30 PADDY DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL471 213 81.31 SARAH MCCARRON INDIVIDUAL472 654 82.24 SARA CARUSO FINN VALLEY AC473 645 82.24 MARIE DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL474 544 82.24 URSULA BOYLE INDIVIDUAL475 425 83.42 IAN BAIRD INDIVIDUAL476 257 83.42 AVRIL LARKIN INDIVIDUAL477 369 85.17 JOSIE GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL478 1649 85.25 KATHLEEN MCDEVITT INDIVIDUAL479 136 85.28 MICHELLE SIMMONS INDIVIDUAL480 392 86.28 EVELYN DEVLIN MILFORD AC481 391 86.38 CHARLENE HAYLES INDIVIDUAL482 2295 87.00 ANNETTE GORMAN INDIVIDUAL483 2297 88.03 SABRINA PRICE INDIVIDUAL484 113 88.05 FIONA T MCGINLEY AGHYARAN485 380 88.06 ANGELA CAMPBELL INDIVIDUAL486 379 88.06 GREGG CAMPBELL INDIVIDUAL487 282 89.17 MARIOSA CRAWFORD INDIVIDUAL488 351 91.45 EMMA MARTIN INDIVIDUAL489 352 91.45 JANE TOLAND INDIVIDUAL490 2275 91.45 GERARLD MCGEEHAN FINN VALLEY AC491 231 91.45 MOLLY FRIEL INDIVIDUAL492 347 91.45 TEAGHAN DEVINE INDIVIDUAL493 344 95.58 ARLENE DEVINE INDIVIDUAL494 318 96.02 ANN MARIE DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL495 348 96.04 DEAN DEVINE INDIVIDUAL496 296 96.30 C NULTY INDIVIDUAL497 297 97.01 BRENDAN MCNULTY INDIVIDUAL498 615 97.01 LORETTA PATTON FINN VALLEY AC499 534 97.01 PAT MAILEY INDIVIDUAL500 317 99.05 KATIE GREENAN INDIVIDUAL501 2292 99.05 CAROLINE DOLAN INDIVIDUAL502 2287 100.21 SUSAN FARRELL INDIVIDUAL503 2291 100.21 SHEENA DUNCAN INDIVIDUAL504 2324 100.43 GERARD DOLAN INDIVIDUAL505 2318 101.08 MAIREAD MCGILL INDIVIDUAL506 2328 101.08 ANN MCGILL FINN VALLEY AC507 2325 101.08 MICHAEL MCGILL INDIVIDUAL508 650 103.03 EDEL DOWD INDIVIDUAL509 649 103.03 BERNADETTE DOWD INDIVIDUAL510 346 104.13 LORRAINE SERRINHA INDIVIDUAL511 250 104.39 LORNA THOMPSON INDIVIDUAL512 147 104.39 SIOBHAN FRIEL INDIVIDUAL513 150 104.39 LOUISE MCKINNEY INDIVIDUAL514 166 105.31 AIDAN NESTOR INDIVIDUAL515 206 105.31 ROISIN GILLESPIE AGHYARAN516 165 105.31 GRAINNE GALLEN INDIVIDUAL517 1648 106.12 LAURA MCATEER INDIVIDUAL518 1647 106.12 ANNE MCATEER INDIVIDUAL Finn Valley Centre’s Remembrance 10k results – where did you come? was last modified: November 20th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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 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LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH COMMUNITY NOTES

LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH COMMUNITY NOTES

first_imgLOCAL NOTES FOR LIFFORD CLONLEIGH RESOURCE CENTREJOB CLUBDo you want to return to work or to access training? The Job Club brings together unemployed people of all ages who are looking for work!Starting Tuesday 17th April from 10.30 – 1.30 in The Lifford Clonleigh Resource CentreContact Lareina/Eleanor on 071 98 58959 for further information!Creative Writing These classes will begin on Wednesday 18th April and are almost fully booked.If you are interested in taking part, please contact Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre on 91 41773 for further information!Basic IrishClasses in basic/conversational Irish will begin in Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre after Easter. Anyone interested in taking part, please contact 91 41773 for further information!Easter Fun Days: Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th April, from 12-3p.mActivities Include: Bouncy Castle, Sumo Wrestling, Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Egg Painting & Disco!Admission only €4 per day. Suitable for ages 4 – 13Places are limited and need to be booked in advance by Mon 30th March Phone 074 91 41773 or call into the Lifford Clonleigh Resource CentreEaster Sports Camp:Tuesday 10th – Friday 13th April from 10 – 2Coaching & Training in: Hurling, Gaelic & SoccerAdmission only €20 with family concessions available!Advance booking required, phone 91 41773 or call into the Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre!Sign Language: Are you interested in sign language? Here in the Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre we are beginning classes which aim to build a better world for deaf people by improving sign language communication! If this is of interest to you contact 91 41773 or call into the centre for more information!LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH COMMUNITY NOTES was last modified: March 22nd, 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:LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH COMMUNITY NOTESlast_img read more