BEIJING, China:Fierce and focused, Danielle Williams surprised herself and the rest of us as she hurdled her way to gold medal success in the women’s 100-metre hurdles at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, China.She had crossed the line first, but she wasn’t sure. How could she be? The giant screen inside the Bird’s Nest was not providing the answer fast enough for her to hide the nervous gaze that was stapled across her face.Impossible!Danielle Williams 12.57 PB; Cindy Roleder 12.59 PB; Alina Taley 12.66 NR.The young Jamaican had defied the odds. She was the best in the world.Not even her impressive 12.58 seconds win over pre-championships medal favourite Sharika Nelvis in the semi-final round two hours earlier, could prepare her and most of the athletics world for the results that followed.”I won, I won; I cant believe it!” she exclaimed just under an hour after draping herself in the Jamaican flag. This was after her name had flashed on the giant screen – on top of everyone else’s.”I came into this championship expecting to run a personal best got it in the semi-final and was just hoping I would have the legs to come back in the final since they were so close together,” Williams said or her target coming into Beijing.”In the semi-final, I realised I had the fastest time going in but I was not trying to get ahead of myself and get too cocky, because it was just one race and I was just trying to stay focused and level-headed going into the final,” Williams added.The 22-year-old became Jamaica’s second 100m hurdles world champion and the fourth woman from the country to medal in the event.She is also half of the first pair of siblings to compete in the 100m hurdles at a World Championships final.”It was an awesome feeling having my sister with me. We shall celebrate as soon as I get home. I’m just so sorry she couldn’t be on the podium as well,” Williams added before sharing her sister’s message at the end of the race. “She said ‘great going, proud of you’ and I told her the same thing.”Williams, who admitted that she was surprised that no Americans got on the podium after the dominance of their hurdlers all season, underlined her admiration of American legend Gail Devers while crediting her win to extensive work and improvements to her technique over the past year.Improving technique”We have worked on technique from the end of Commonwealth Games last year straight up to this championships. We have been working a lot on trying to fix my technique. It’s not perfect but it’s a whole lot better and I can attest to that. So, I’m happy that we were able to do that and I think fixing the technique got me the medal here,” said Williams, who says she is confident and motivated heading into the coming season.”I wont focus on increased expectations. I will continue to be my jovial, level-headed self and continue to train hard like everyone else will and hopefully in Rio I will be Olympic champion,” said Williams.One thing is for certain, she wont be catching anyone by surprise in Rio.
MANCHESTER, England (AP):Glance at the Champions League standings and it would seem all is just fine at Leicester City this season. Three matches. Three wins. No goals conceded.If only the defence of its English Premier League title was going so well. Few had expected Leicester to replicate the feats of last season, when the unheralded team from central England went from relegation favourites to title winners in one of the most amazing stories in all of sports. Few, though, would have expected such a drop-off in the league the following season.”When I think of the Premier League, I’m very, very angry,” said Leicester’s usually amiable coach, Claudio Ranieri.Leicester City head into Saturday’s home match against Crystal Palace in 13th place in the 20-team league, having lost four of their opening eight games. The team only lost three league matches in the whole of last season.The most obvious explanation for the drastic dip in form is a change of focus. This season, it increasingly seems, is all about the Champions League, which Leicester are competing in for the first time.”It’s just psychological,” Ranieri explained. “Because when we play in the Champions League, all the specials are switched on. You’re very, very smart, focused in every situation.”The same can’t be said in the Premier League. Leicester have lost to Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea by three-goal margins and also have been defeated by promoted Hull. Their only wins have come against Burnley and Swansea, both of whom like Hull are among the contenders for relegation.There are other factors to blame apart from a preoccupation with the Champions League.The loss of N’Golo Kante to Chelsea has hit Leicester hard. It felt at times like the energetic Kante did the work of twoplayers in central midfield last season, providing protection for the defence and also a springboard for the attack. Off-season recruits Daniel Amartey and Nampalys Mendy (currently injured) just aren’t in Kante’s league.As a consequence, Leicester’s defence looks vulnerable, with centre backs Wes Morgan and Robert Huth exposed and making errors. That, however, doesn’t explain the team’s tendency to concede at set pieces this season, which is simplydown to a lack of concentration and awareness.Another factor is Ranieri’s squad strengthening over the summer, which included signing forwards Ahmed Musa and Islam Slimani for what were club-record fees.It has given the Italian coach more options for his lineup,but he might no longer know what his best team is.Last season, everyone knew Leicester’s first-choice lineup and Ranieri nicknamed ‘Tinkerman’ during his time at Chelsea rarely rotated, but that has changed. Shinji Okazaki, for example, rarely starts now, and the Japan forward was a key member of the title-winning team because of his work rate, unselfishness and qualities in linking the midfield and attack.Then there’s the dip in form of star players from last season striker Jamie Vardy and winger Riyad Mahrez. Vardy has scored twice this season, and not since September 10, while Mahrez hasn’t been the same effervescent force that once flustered defences. Have opponents worked out how to play them?A mid-table finish in the Premier League and getting to the knockout stage of the Champions League would be acceptable in this most unusual of seasons for Leicester. But for Ranieri, the quicker the team gets to the 40-point mark a figure widely regarded as the safety net against relegation the better.CHELSEA VS MANCHESTER UNITEDManchester United manager JosÈ Mourinho returns to Stamford Bridge on Sunday for the first time since getting fired by Chelsea in December, which ended his second spell at the London club.It will be the latest game in a tough period for United, who played away to Liverpool on Monday and host Manchester City in the League Cup on Wednesday. Mourinho adopted a defensive, containing approach at Liverpool, which eked out a 0-0 draw for United. He may do the same against a Chelsea team that haswon both of their games since manager Antonio Conte switched to a three-man defence.
Dear Editor,Don’t people ever understand that there are major consequences when we continue to kill off our tourism sector?I was in total disbelief when I read the news via social media that Guyana was served with a penalty of a two-year ban from competing at the Miss Universe Pageant due to the fact of handpicking the last Miss Guyana Universe 2017 winner, Miss R Khan. I am still hoping that the Miss Universe Organisation will make an official statement in support of what I read via social media forums.For many years I have being a private tourism advocate, and trust me on this, Guyana is not an easy tourist destination to sell to the international market. The mere fact that Guyana to many is never heard of before and there is always the confusion between Ghana and Guyana. You have to constantly keep educating persons of the difference in geographic locations.I always felt that Guyana’s presence among the other Miss Universe delegates over the years is an ideal platform to showcase the Golden Arrowhead, especially with the introduction segment via global television and for the beauty ambassadors to pitch in and do their required duties in educating their fellow colleagues in competition and the international media of our existence. Guyana may not always be fortunate to crack a final, but we need to continue to always have an ambassador present and to my mind, ‘marketing means mileage.’Locally or overseas-based organisers have to be more responsible with their duties and create an impartial image when/during the selection process of any beauty ambassador. Failing to do so, we must take responsibility when a ban is imposed. I hope this is a learning process for Guyana and we use the time away from competition and clean ourselves.Yours faithfully,T Pemberton
Young Liberian entertainers were instrumental in galvanizing young voters during the 2017 electionsBy Jimmy Suah Shilue Recent presidential election in Liberia confirms the powerful role of youth, particularly in post conflict democratization. The youth remain critical stakeholders in Statebuilding and Peacebuilding and it would be naive to think that decades of rhetorics, manipulations and systematic lack of commitments by out- going and previous governments in addressing critical issues confronting the youths could go free. Indeed, the youths are ‘powerful in number but vulnerable by position’ yet capable of engendering change.Liberia is extremely endowed with enormous resources with a high proportion of youths that can be harnessed to exploit the resources and drive the country’s development. But successive leaders in Liberia do not prioritize activities that are capable of training, preparing and transforming youths to become productive. Services that are supposed to improve the well-being of youths are not given adequate national priority. Example, in the 2016/2017 budget (US$555.9 million), social services received relatively better chuck compared to previous years with health getting US$ 77million while US$83 million was allocated to education. However the recent go slow by teachers at MVTC, one of Liberia’s biggest vocational training centers, which is providing professional technical services to help transform some of our vulnerable youths to become productive citizens, shows that these allocations are made but are eventually not utilized for the intended beneficiaries resulting to low human capital in the citizens with attendant low productivity.Prolong neglect or underfunding of Liberia’s ‘messy educational system’ — by the Ellen-led government, a government that prides itself as having the country’s most educated minds, was capitalized on by President elect Weah in his campaign message when he said “ a CDC Government would consider paying exam fees and using a sector-wide review to bolster Liberia’s weak education system”.What an irony for somebody who is considered less educated and therefore not equipped to lead the country. The importance of youth demographic dividends, understood as real or potential window of opportunity that can be harnessed as a result of boost in economic productivity that occurs when there are growing numbers of people in the workforce compared to the number of dependents during period of demographic transition, continues to attract attention around the world because demographic dividend lens offers a strategic basis for focusing and prioritizing investments in people in general and youth in particular, in order to achieve sustainable development, inclusive economic growth and to build “an integrated, prosperous and peaceful nation” driven mainly by its own citizens. However, if identified dividends are not effectively harnessed and utilized, they can lead to chaos, upheavals and radical change of governments as we have seen around the world. Example, the popular Arab spring that caused radical changes of several governments and leaderships in the Middle East. Until the Arab Spring outburst, nobody could easily predict the change of political leadership in such a Conservative Arab world. But suddenly youth demographic dividends turned to demographic time bombs as expressed through widespread discontent over youth unemployment, low living standards, rampant corruption, aging dictatorships, etc. What is more fascinating about the Arab political upheaval was the role of the social media in mobilizing and sending out mass appeal to jobless and marginalized citizens to take back their country away from the corrupt elites, a perfect mixture of patriotism and social message.Throughout Liberia’s political history, the political elites often use the youth as the means to achieving political power and loyalty but abandon their electoral commitments to these electorates after elections and comfortably view them while sitting behind tinted S.U.V. windows. Different surveys show that Liberian youths really do not demand much but simply wish for a normal life- basically the kind of life that comes with access to food, shelter, education, health care and the prospect of someday earning an income, even a modest one. In fact one USAID study noted that many youth expressed their frustrations with activities that lead to certificates but not jobs; with meetings that sensitize them or counsel them but do not give them a way to feed themselves and with well-meaning people, who enter their lives, ask questions, sympathize and then disappear. Indeed, Liberian youths resent unfair and exploitative treatments from all angles. The youthful population want to earn for themselves but are often hindered by ‘structural impediments’ designed and entrenched by unpatriotic leaders. There is a growing perception amongst the youths that traditional Liberian politicians only need them to ascend to power. The recent election of Ambassador George M. Weah indicates that the young people are tired of being used by the same people. Senator Weah who comes from a marginalized background as football player from one of Monrovia slums (Gibraltar) and vociferously opposed by the educated elites is seen as the best choice and alternative to the corrupt educated elites evident in their iconic slogan ” your leave us oo da Weah we want”.In what is gradually seen as a protest vote and a knee-jerk reaction to decades of failed elites rule in Liberia, the youths of Liberia overwhelming demonstrated that they have the power to provoke violent or peacefully change any regime, if they are not satisfied with its policy and performance. Like the Arab spring, Liberian youths action demonstrates that they are agents of change, if those that they elect fail to deliver their promises. President elect George Weah never availed himself to any national debate to argue or ‘speak big book’ but the youth electorates nevertheless massively elected him to change the country political leadership. Even though Senator Weah himself never did anything remarkable for the youths of this country, like building sport academy, establishing businesses to employ young people, helping talented young people to achieve their dreams in and outside Liberia, yet compared to other presidential candidates, his campaign naturally appealed to the sentiments and plights of the underclass and marginalized population who are in the majority. This is the first time in the history of Liberia that youths were not used through the brushes and barriers of the guns to bring about regime change. They instead used their voting rights to peacefully vote out the ‘rascals’. Does this mean that President elect, Ambassador George Weah, will have an easy task? Certainly not as he is expected to have even much complicated and challenging work.According to the World Bank 2013 Liberia Vulnerable Youth Profile; youth constitute nearly half of the total labor force in Liberia and of the urban labor force. The labor force participation rate for the 15-24 youth cohort is 35.1%, substantially lower than the national average of 63.5%. This may in part be explained by the prevalence of over-age students enrolled in school coupled with a strong informal job market. The participation rate for the 25-34 age-groups is 72.3%, much higher than the national average though issues of decent employment come into play with known facts that majority of these are under employed as pen pen riders, wheel barrow traders etc, and they have no access to health, better standard of living and human security. President elect Weah is indeed taking over a government that is broke, he is presently accommodating most of the very actors that are responsible for the failure of current and previous governments to address the needs of Liberian youth; he will also be paying back those financial giants who assisted him, providing jobs for friends and sympathizers both local and from the diaspora and obviously some, if not most of the JJCs, have parochial mindset to enrich themselves in the soonest possible time.In addition, the country is currently struggling with what one human rights advocate referred to as the “New youth”. These are individuals who are either above the recognized youth age group or those who consider themselves youths because they have missed out on important aspects of their youthful life due to war, example the ‘zogoes’. The term also refers to youth who have their own household but unable to provide basic services for their family, drug addicts, street children, youthful sex workers, etc. It is important to point out that President Weah presidency will be taking place in an environment characterized by social and political polarization, learning curve for the President elect, UNMIL final drawdown and most importantly during a difficult economic period.These perplexing scenarios imply that we are not completely out of the demographic town bomb and this provoke more questions than the ostensible remedies that the traditional change of political leaders often offer. President elect Weah administration will therefore be grappling with a plethora of deep-seated and multi-layered problems that could potentially cause him to overshadow some of the major social problems, including high levels of unemployment, lack of skill training, poverty, GBV, drug abuse, crime, illiteracy, violence, and HIV/AIDS that are confronting our youthful population. Our elites and politicians often deliberately downplay these problems in order to put the youths in a subaltern and vulnerable position, which these politicians ultimately exploit and misuse to entrench their power, authority and status quo.While President elect had convincingly benefited from the positive aspect of youthful dividends, it should not be forgotten that these dividends are like pendulum and therefore should not be taken for granted. Reaping the dividends depends on several aspects such as the capacity to sincerely reach out and reconcile the country, invest and build vibrant youth projects with measurable impacts, encourage sound economic, institutional conditions of state, engage in transparent operation of the financial sector and involve Civil Society institutions in the decision making processes, among others. The 2018 Presidential election results demonstrate that when young people collectively engage, any regime, even authoritarian ones, will fall and the country’s’ political trajectories can shift.Liberia’s political landscape is replete with issues that influence political and even violence change and these vices are still widespread. Local and national politicians in Liberia often use economic drivers like unemployment and ethnic identities to entice youths in perpetrating violence. Furthermore, the exuberance and adventurist pathogen in youth DNA can even lead to perceptions of exclusion thus resulting to young people seeking alternative ways to engender change. In such a fragile state as projected earlier, when frustration reaches high levels, especially in a transitional environment, it is possible that these exuberant youth that give President Weah the mandate to rule could turn to civil disobedience and violence.Therefore, rather than taking things for granted, it is important for the new government to hit the ground running by investing and prioritizing the youthful population and including them in the political process, if Liberia is to enjoy long term peace and stability. One of the key drivers to reaping the dividend through employment is the ability to unleash the potential and power of women. When you invest in changing the status quo of girls and our adolescents, you can expect positive trigger down effect in the households and the communities. Just like many African countries, gender inequality is still prevalent in Liberia. Hence inequality and GBV issues should claim urgent attention in the new development agenda. Changing leaders and constitutions do not necessarily lead to stable and effective governments but the ability for elected government to deliver basic social and economic services as well as policies that are put in place to protect and promote the rights of its citizenry both at the social, political and at the economic level.Compounding some of the challenges of the new leadership is the visible presence of political gurus and kleptomaniac business individuals who evade state taxes, mismanage resources given by the international community to improve the conditions of young people, skillfully align themselves with every regime to protect their ill- gotten wealth and the presence of so many opportunists who are barriers to any good plan because they have one motive- ‘wealth accumulation’. This obviously has tremendous implication for national development because these pseudo political loyalists mentality is about ‘me and only me’ and demographic dividends is not automatic, but contingent on specific actions that takes into consideration the collective interest of the whole nation.But with wealth seeking individuals on board that are notoriously responsible for plundering Liberia’s resources, even if the newly elected president has a good team of technocrats, these ‘money eaters’ will unleash what they know best, ie, take lucrative positions to help them sustain their status quo and continue to mismanage and misallocate the nation’s natural resources, for their own benefits. Thus, as Liberian often say, ‘cassava leafs is not for goat along’. Today the tide has turned without a single death. Thanks for the peaceful revolt by CDC and let me join the choir to say MUYAM, MUYAM. Yet let me hasten to eagerly remind our new leader that dividends are the result of your investments and if you invest well, you get good results but if you do not, the result is anybody guess.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
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RUBY, the Los Angeles Zoo’s much-debated elephant, leaves town today for greener pastures in a Northern California elephant sanctuary. And with her retirement, it would make sense to retire the debate over whether the L.A. Zoo should keep elephants before it spends $39 million on the new Pachyderm Forest enclosure. The 46-year-old Ruby was in the center of a debate over the humanity of keeping the large animals in small zoos. In the end, city officials agreed to let Ruby spend the rest of her days at the sanctuary in the Sierra foothills, but have not yet taken a firm position on whether the zoo should – and will continue to – keep elephants for display. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
So even the low end of those estimates would suggest the first three days of September will result in an airport station total post of more than half the monthly norm of 44.7 mm.It is also worth noting there’s a good chance we’ll set a new September first record today, as the current one is 14.4 millimetres set in 2000. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Make the final unofficial August precipitation total 114.9 millimetres, more than double the monthly norm of 51.2, but still more than 40 millimetres less than the 1976 record of 157.The local regional airport Environment Canada weather office added 10.5 millimetres to the total yesterday in what we note again has turned out to be a major Mother Nature harvest interruption for local area farmers.Much of what could still be a bumper crop, especially the canola crop, remains to be swathed but Kelly Kassian of Richardson Pioneer says there’s no doubt the heavy rain will compromise quality.- Advertisement -Meantime, there’s no sign that moving into a new month is going to result in the tap being turned off.Environment Canada is calling for 10 to 20 millimetres today and more rain tomorrow and Saturday.The Weather Network says 20 mm plus today, with a Friday/Saturday total of ten.Advertisement
0Shares0000Marshal Maguire: Harry Maguire’s physical presence helped Manchester United to a 4-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday © AFP / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Aug 11 – After a chastening few months following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s appointment on a permanent basis as Manchester United manager, there is cause for optimism again at Old Trafford after romping to a 4-0 win over Chelsea on the opening weekend of the Premier League season.Solskjaer insisted ahead of the match that he did not sense the negativity that appeared online from fans in the wake of Thursday’s transfer deadline passing with only three new arrivals in the form of Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James, while no replacement was brought in for the departing Romelu Lukaku up front. And the Norwegian was initially proved right as all three new boys played their part in a resounding victory, while the wantaway Paul Pogba came to life after half-time and Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial showed their capability to cope without Lukaku.Maguire’s presence pays offUnited paid a world-record fee for a defender to match Leicester’s demands for Maguire at £80 million ($96.2 million) last week and the hope that the England centre-back can match the transformative impact made by Virgil van Dijk on Liverpool got off to a good start.United recorded just two clean sheets at home in the league all of last season, and are already halfway to that tally as Maguire marshalled the back line, while at right-back, 21-year-old Wan-Bissaka played with a maturity beyond his years.“He’s done exactly what we signed him for — his presence in both boxes, his composure and calmness on the ball, and he is a leader,” said Solskjaer of Maguire.The Red Devils still needed to ride their luck at times. Chelsea twice hit the woodwork in the first half through Tammy Abraham and Emerson Palmieri, but crucially David de Gea also played his part in keeping a clean sheet.De Gea made a string of uncharacteristic errors towards the end of last season, including against Chelsea in a 1-1 draw in April that realistically ended United’s hopes of Champions League qualification.Named captain with Ashley Young demoted to the bench to make way for Wan-Bissaka, the Spaniard embraced that responsibility with important saves from Ross Barkley and Emerson to preserve United’s lead either side of half-time.“He’s contributed on and off the ball today,” said Solskjaer of De Gea’s steadying influence.Pogba plays providerPaul Pogba provided two assists in Manchester United’s 4-0 win over Chelsea © AFP / Oli SCARFFThe other cloud hanging over United’s summer has been Pogba’s public declarations that he would like a move away from the club.Despite the transfer window remaining open in Spain until September 2, it is inconceivable United could let the French World Cup winner leave for Real Madrid given their lack of midfield cover.Pogba has been an infuriating presence for many United fans and coaches over the past three years. With the talent to dominate games, he can too often be a peripheral figure, but showed what he is capable of with two moments of magic to create the final two goals.A long pass picked out Rashford’s run perfectly for United’s third before he showed both his power and poise to burst through the Chelsea defence before teeing up James for the fourth.Rashford and Martial clinicalAt the double: Marcus Rashford scored twice for Manchester United © AFP / Oli SCARFFThe failure to replace Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez’s loss of form means the pressure is on Rashford and Martial to drastically improve on the 13 and 12 goals they scored respectively last season.“I’m so pleased for Anthony scoring from five yards after a cross,” said Solskjaer, a clinical striker himself in his playing days, who has emphasised the need for both to spend more time in the box rather than out wide.The clinical finishing on show from Rashford and Martial proved to be the difference between the sides as Chelsea suffered a humiliating scoreline despite having more shots on goal.“We made four mistakes and they were clinical in the way they put them away,” said Chelsea manager Frank Lampard after a dreadful start to his reign in charge.0Shares0000(Visited 23 times, 1 visits today)
The Finn Valley 5k Spring Series continues to attract encouraging numbers with 480 out and about running /walking Sunday morning.It is in every respect a community event and with just over 2 weeks to the next challenge on March 23rd 7 pm there is ample time to regroup, continue the plan and hopefully improve.Up front Foyle Valley’s Scott Rankin won the men’s section 15.28 out gunning Valley’s Paul Leck while host club athlete Teresa McGloin was ahead in the womens section 17.10. There never was a better time to be engaging the community towards a healthy outlet per organised athletics promotions and this certainly is one such.Back for more of the same a Friday evening March 23rd and the finale a week later.Again to pre enter firstname.lastname@example.org .Organisation from registration, results service, stewarding, refreshments with the Man above ensuring weather was again good. A good day all round. TODAY’S RESULTS:Finn Valley 4th MARCH 2012 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 15.28 630 Scott Rankin SM Foyle Valley A.C.2 15.39 643 Paul Leck SM Finn Valley A.C. 3 15.55 429 Keith Shiels SM Foyle Valley A.C.4 15.56 457 James Flanagan SM Tír Chonaill AC5 16.19 225 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A.C.6 16.27 770 Stephen Borutta SM Foyle Valley A.C. 7 16.40 774 Ciaran McBride JM Letterkenny A.C.8 16.48 782 James Speight JM Finn Valley A.C.9 17.02 773 Kieran Carlin M40+ Finn Valley A.C.10 17.03 255 Simon Ward SM Finn Valley A.C.11 17.06 574 Ryan Porter JM Finn Valley A.C.12 17.09 854 Brian Crossan SM Individual13 17.10 229 Teresa Mc Gloin SW Finn Valley A.C.14 17.10 461 Humphrey Murphy M40+ Letterkenny A.C.15 17.18 256 Pat Hegarty M40+ Finn Valley A.C.16 17.20 222 Shane Mc Nulty SM Finn Valley A.C.17 17.21 465 Martin Kelly SM Letterkenny A.C.18 17.22 767 Ciaran Toner SM Letterkenny A.C.19 17.29 446 Joe English M40+ Letterkenny A.C.20 17.37 226 Sean Mc Gettigan SM Finn Valley A.C.21 17.41 445 Martin Gormley M40+ Letterkenny A.C.22 17.46 467 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A.C.23 17.55 784 Marcus McClintok M40+ Letterkenny A.C.24 17.58 369 Caitriona Floyd SW Finn Valley A.C.25 17.59 460 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A.C.26 18.00 471 Michael Duffy SM Cranford AC27 18.01 469 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.28 18.07 613 John Daly M40+ Letterkenny A.C.29 18.17 573 Mark Bonner JM Finn Valley A.C.30 18.17 410 Peter Lilburn M40+ City Of Derry31 18.18 468 Martin Mc Crossan SM Individual32 18.20 259 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A.C.33 18.27 837 Patrick Penrose JM Finn Valley A.C.34 18.27 883 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon Club35 18.32 474 Dean Mc Brearty SM Individual36 18.32 478 Noel Gallagher SM Individual37 18.34 203 Wesley Mc Cormick SM Finn Valley A.C.38 18.40 227 Michael Penrose Snr M40+ Finn Valley A.C.39 18.44 470 Hugh Coll SM Individual40 18.53 571 Jason Quigley SM Finn Valley ABC41 18.53 484 Michael Kelly SM Individual42 19.00 472 Gerard Doherty SM Inishowen AC43 19.01 252 Michael Gallagher SM Finn Valley A.C.44 19.02 477 Kenny O Donnell SM Individual45 19.03 475 Ben George SM Letterkenny A.C.46 19.13 424 Liam Murray SM Individual47 19.17 494 Gareth Kerrigan SM Individual48 19.19 202 Raymond Doherty M40+ Finn Valley A.C.49 19.23 823 Hugo Daly SM Individual50 19.25 486 Paddy Clohessy SM Donegal Transformation51 19.32 760 Danny Mc Geehan JM Finn Valley A.C.52 19.36 483 Zac Mc Gowan SM City Of Derry53 19.38 874 Felin Donnelly M40+ Individual54 19.39 262 Joseph Carlin M40+ Finn Valley A.C.55 19.45 260 Drew Doherty M40+ Finn Valley A.C.56 19.45 804 Noleen Porter W40+ Finn Valley A.C.57 19.48 431 Darren Wallace SM Individual58 19.49 214 Stephen Henderson SM Finn Valley A.C.59 19.52 443 Martin Burke SM Individual60 19.56 628 David Chaney M40+ Individual61 19.57 253 Michael Penrose Jnr SM Finn Valley A.C.62 19.58 482 Christy Mc Monagle M40+ City Of Derry63 20.02 242 Orin Mc Dermott SM Finn Valley A.C.64 20.03 583 Brendan Mc Dyer SM Individual65 20.04 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RESULTS ANND PICTURES FROM THE RACE was last modified: March 4th, 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:FINN VALLEY 5K: RESULTS ANND PICTURES FROM THE RACE
RYAN BRADLEY AND HIS WEE BROTHER BENBEHIND every great player is a great family.There’s the football families of course in the parishes and clubs of County Donegal.And then there are the real families; the mums and dads – the brothers and sister – the children who help to make victory taste all the more sweeter. Ryan Bradley posted this picture above with “my wee brother Ben” during the celebrations in Donegal Town.Then there’s the back room team – the men and women who make the management tick.Like Donal Reid physical therapist – pictured below with Donna and Roisin.DONAL REID WITH DONNA AND ROISINThen there’s the proud mum – Anne McGee. She is pictured below with her sons – proud as any mother could be.Then there’s the fan family.The players and management were a credit to themselves and the county in Donegal Town on Sunday night.They patiently posed for pictures with fans.And they must have signed a thousand jerseys through it all. We don’t think Jim McGuinness stopped smiling!Makes you proud.THE 3 MCGEES AND MUMPADDY MCBREARTY WITH FANS FIONA MCGINLEY AND LYNDA CURRANDONEGAL HEROES SHOW WINNING ULSTER IS A REAL FAMILY AFFAIR was last modified: July 24th, 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)