Friday, there wasn’t much to choose between the Knights and Bombers. Both schools entered the medal-round game with 3-0 records.That was until the 26-minute mark of the second half.A free kick by St. Thomas Moore somehow found its way through the previously impenetrable Bomber defence.The Bombers desperately tried to clear the loose ball but not before Knights Mikeala Montageo corralled the ball before drilling a shot into the vacant net for the game’s only goal.Trailing for the first time all tournament, the Bomber coaching staff made a few switches in personal, moving Maya Ida to the forward line.However, the Knights, and goalkeeper Lauren Cadiente held off the Bomber assault to secure the hard-fought victory.Both teams play for medals at 2 p.m. Saturday at Lakeside.The Bombers face Arch Bishop Carney of Vancouver in the bronze medal contest while St. Thomas Moore meets Okanagan Mission for the gold medal. There will be a new BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Champion for 2017.St. Thomas Moore Knights enacted some revenge from last season, posting a 1-0 victory over the defending champs from L.V. Rogers in Nelson during semi-final action at the BC High School AA Girl’s Soccer Championships Friday evening at the Lakeside Soccer Fields.The Knights, which lost in the 2016 final to LVR in shootout, meet Okanagan Mission from Kelowna in the final Saturday at 2 p.m.“It’s good to play against a team that plays soccer the right way,” said St. Thomas Moore coach Fernando Grossling following the game.“That’s a good team over there. They’re well coached and have a great team so it’s good to play in a game like this.”
With a record 54,086 fans shouting and jeering at every conceivable moment, the Gin Kings managed to shout the loudest of shouts at Philippine Arena when they survived Meralco, 101-96, in the clincher to retain the PBA Governors’ Cup crown.And in the middle of it all was Brownlee who once again led the Gin Kings in their quest for a title.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogREAD: Ginebra escapes Meralco in Game 7, completes title repeat “It just shows the character of the team, coach Tim [Cone] told us to just win the game,” said Brownlee. “We knew we had to do whatever it took, we made a couple of stops to seal the deal.” Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “Man, to be honest, I got a little nervous, but the team stayed together, focused, and we were able to make key stops at the end to win,” said Brownlee who finished with 23 points, eight rebounds, five assists, and three blocks.It was in those remaining 47 ticks, though, that Ginebra showed the character Brownlee spoke of.Ginebra managed to get the ball to LA Tenorio for an open triple, and although it missed, the point guard got the ball once more after Japeth Aguilar’s rebound and got to the line for two free throws.Tenorio, though, missed the free throws and it went down to the Gin Kings’ guts to stop the Bolts on the other end.And when Kevin Ferrer grabbed possession of the ball after Anjo Caram’s faulty triple, joy finally took over the stressed out Brownlee.“It was just a lot of joy, and you know it was all the hard work of the team, not only me, the team put incredible work to get to this point,” said Brownlee. “Everybody on the team deserves this moment.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next After all the hard work to get to top, Slaughter cherishes first PBA title Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:02Fans fill up Philippine Arena for SEA Games opening02:10SEA Games 2019: Didal collects 2nd skateboard gold02:14Carpio 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 Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene And those happened in the final minute of the game when Brownlee and Ginebra finally realized that their title hopes were put in danger.Ginebra held a respectable 11-point lead, 100-89, with 1:39 left in the game after Joe DeVance converted on a mid-range jumper.That lead, however, immediately turned to fool’s gold when the Bolts came in like an uncontrollable power line.The Bolts went on a 7-0 blitz with Jared Dillinger capping it off with a booming triple with 47 seconds left that left a crowd nearly 50,000 Ginebra fans stunned.READ: Doesn’t matter how it’s done, Brownlee just wants to win title for GinebraADVERTISEMENT View comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson BOCAUE—It’s been said that winning Game 7s boils down to sheer attitude and that rang true for Barangay Ginebra and Justin Brownlee.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’
The Bangladeshi Contingent serving with the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) said at least 3200 young Liberians have benefited from their skills training program.This was contained in a statistic released by the Bangladeshi Engineering Contingent that manages the Bangladeshi Skills Training Program, stationed at the Bangladesh-Liberia Friendship Center (BLFC) in Ganta City, Nimba County.Speaking to the Daily Observer in Ganta recently, the Contingent Commander, Lt. Col Mohammed Anwar Uddin said, “So far, more than 3200 Liberians have been trained in this center.”This center conducts training in computer, nursing and medicare, generator operation and maintenance as well as tailoring.BLFC was established in 2007 by the UNMIL Bangladeshi Contingent under the command of Lt. Col Hoque. Through this center many Liberians were able to acquire skills in many disciplines where today some of them are self employed.Lt. Col Uddin disclosed that every year, the center conducts four packages of training in order to build the capacities of hundreds of Liberians for the job market.Meanwhile, the Engineering Battalion commander, who presently manages the center, is calling on Liberians to utilize the center by coming to get skills for future jobs. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The U.S. Acting Assistant Secretary for Health, Karen DeSalvo, MD, MPH, MSc, Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs, Jimmy Kolker, MPA, and Deputy Chief of Staff Dawn O’Connel will visit Liberia and Guinea for three days this week to visit Ebola response sites in the region.In Liberia, they will tour the Monrovia Medical Unit (MMU), a 25-bed field hospital dedicated to providing care to health care workers who become infected with Ebola and the Liberian Institute for Biomedical Research, one of only a few laboratories in Liberia where Ebola specimens are sent to be tested.They will also meet with key representatives from the Government of Liberia, the World Health Organization and additional U.S. agencies involved in the Ebola response.The MMU is staffed by the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, an elite uniformed service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. U.S. Deputy Surgeon General RADM Boris D. Lushniak is currently the commanding officer of the MMU.In Guinea, Dr. DeSalvo and Assistant Secretary Kolker will visit the 115 Call Center, Boulbinet Health Center, and the Emergency Operations Center. They will also meet with leaders in Guinea, including Prime Minister, Mohamed Fofana, and the Minster of Health, Colonel Remy Lamah, as well as representatives from Doctors without Borders, French Red Cross, and other agencies working to eradicate Ebola in Guinea.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Twenty-eight-year-old Afabian Yankana and Akeem Yamar, charged for the murder of carpenter Raul Rodriguez, who was stabbed to death in front of Demico House, Georgetown in January 2017, were on Monday committed by City Magistrate Judy Latchman to stand trial in the High Court.Afabian Yankana and Akeem YamarThe magistrate found that a prima facie case had been made out against the accused by Prosecutor Shawn Gonsalves, representing the state.Reports are that on the day of his demise, the late father of three, resident of Lot 64 Leopold Street, Georgetown, had reportedly had an altercation with his attackers and was stabbed to his chest.After being stabbed, Rodrigues had reportedly run from his attackers, but subsequently collapsed in front of Demico House.He was picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPHC), where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Yankana, a bus conductor, was arrested by Police shortly after, and was charged with the offence of murder, while Yamar was later arrested and similarly charged.
Nazeem “Papo” Haniff won the tie in the Championship Flight, while Ayube Subhan won the tie in his B Flight as Mark Lashley swept the C Flight, in Saturday’s Heineken Annual Golf Tournament.From left: Club President Aleem Hussain, ANSA McAL Managing Director Troy Cadogan, Bholawram Deo, Maurice Solomon, Ayube Subhan, Nazeem Haniff, Richard Haniff and Club Captain Chatterpaul DeoUnder the much-appreciated Flights Format, the golfers competed fiercely for one of the top two places in their category as prizes were awarded for first and second Best Net performances in each of the three categories: A or Championship Flight, h/cap 0 – 9; B Flight, h/cap 10 – 18; and C Flight, h/cap 19 –28. Prizes were also awarded for the Longest Drive and the Nearest to The Pin.Winners in the day’s play were: C Flight – first Lashley 75/24, second Maurice Solomon 82/22 while B Flight saw Subhan win with scores of 70/18 and second was Bholawram Deo 70/18.In the A Flight, it was Haniff who dominated the greens with 71/7 and Richard Haniff (71/9) who won the Longest Drive with Subhan capturing Nearest To The Pin. “Papo” Haniff, prior to his departure for Suriname as a Coach several years ago, was a nine-time Guyana Open winner and also a five-time consecutive winner of the Lusignan Open.He explained that having been off golfing for some five years, he began playing again in December last year and has been steadily regaining his professional form. Meanwhile, Richard Haniff expressed that he was “very happy to be in the A or Championship Flight”, and considered it “a great achievement to be in the single-digit handicap group, and even more impressive to compete and lose to a former pro only on the back nine.”Richard Haniff accepts his trophyANSA McAL, through its Heineken brand, has been supporting the Lusignan Golf Club and sponsoring tournaments for five consecutive years. Managing Director Troy Cadogan, who celebrated his birthday on the day of the Tournament, has been distinctively unfailing in causing the company to continue to be of great support to the Club over the years.LGC President Aleem Hussain thanked Heineken and ANSA McAL for their continued support, and expressed appreciation for the initiative the company has taken throughout the years in helping sports in Guyana. Managing Director Cadogan was on hand to congratulate and encourage the golfers, and welcomed them to share in his birthday celebration at the Club immediately after the Tournament.
Wednesday afternoon, the county District Attorney’s Office charged the driver with gross vehicular manslaughter, a felony, police said. Police did not release the driver’s name on Wednesday. The other driver, a woman whose name was not immediately released, was taken by ambulance to Saint Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, where she later died, police said. Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office officials said they could not release the victim’s identity because officials were not certain whether her next of kin had been notified. MONTEBELLO – Montebello traffic police Wednesday were investigating a two-car crash that killed a woman. Although only scant details were available, police said the two compact cars collided at Greenwood Avenue and Telegraph Road shortly before 11p.m. Tuesday. Arriving officers observed that the driver of one of the cars appeared intoxicated. He was arrested and booked into jail on suspicion of drunken driving, Montebello Police Department Lt. Gus Cisneros said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini may show defiance in the face of his side’s Champions League travails, but he will be the first to admit they have an uphill battle as they take on Bayern Munich on Tuesday evening.Bayern currently top group E, boasting a perfect record and having scored 11 times and only conceded once.Pellegrini though will take solace in the fact that it was only an extremely late Jerome Boateng goal that proved the difference maker when the two sides met on matchday one back in September.Since then though, the two side’s paths have taken different courses, with City yet to register a victory in this season’s competition.Indeed, midfielder Samir Nasri has even admitted that the future of City’s highly-paid stars hang in the balance, with the Frenchman suggesting that a raft of talent could be shipped out unless the Premier League champions can turn their fortunes around.City are only two points behind AS Roma and CSKA Moscow in their group, and will require Tuesday’s fixture between the two to be drawn, in order to boost their own qualification hopes.Pellegrini’s side will be without star man Yaya Toure though, who is suspended following a dismissal in their capitulation last time out.So how will the City boss likely play this one out? Below is his predicted formation: 1 Manchester City face a must-win clash against Bayern Munich This is not a time to start experimenting with formations and tactics, so expect Pellegrini to use his tried and tested 4-2-2-2 line-up, with Sergio Aguero and the improving Stevan Jovetic spearheading the attack.Toure’s absence means there will likely be a start for veteran midfielder Frank Lampard, who brings with him a wealth of experience to the side.Man City fans, can you pull off the seemingly impossible and qualify for the knockout stages? Comment below… 1
The world’s fastest man improved his record Sunday, winning a heat at the Rieti Grand Prix in 9.74 seconds despite easing at the end. “This means that I can do even 9.68,” Powell said. “I’m worth that time, I know it.” The record comes only two weeks after the Jamaican finished a disappointing third at the track and field world championships in Osaka, Japan. “I made a couple of mistakes and I corrected them,” said Powell, who lowered the mark by 0.03 seconds, having run 9.77 three times. “That’s what happens when I start to listen to the coach.” The heat, the second of two, was run with a strong tail wind, but it was below the maximum allowed by track and field’s governing body, making the record valid. TRACK AND FIELD: Jamaican breaks his own mark with a 9.74, says he can go faster. By Alessandra Tarantino THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RIETI, Italy – Asafa Powell set another world record in the 100 meters, and suspects he can go even faster. In the final, Powell won in 9.78 – with no tail wind. Michael Frater of Jamaica was second in 10.03, followed by Jaysuma Saidy Ndure of Norway in 10.10. “Today I ran like I should have done at the worlds,” Powell said. “At Osaka I was too tense, I was thinking about the race and the time I had to set. Instead, here I was relaxed.” After winning the final, Powell celebrated amid a crowd of photographers on the field of Raul Guidobaldi stadium, throwing a bouquet of flowers into the stands. He also ran a lap of honor, shaking hands with fans and signing autographs. “Me and my coach have been working to getting myself back to normal,” Powell said. “I came here today and I executed properly and did what I was supposed to do.” Powell is only the fourth non-American to hold the 100 world record since 1912. Donovan Bailey of Canada (1996), Armin Hary of West Germany (1960) and Percy Williams of Canada (1930) are the others. Rieti is a fast track on which six middle-distance world records have been set. That was not lost on Powell, who was trying to bounce back from his disappointing performance at the worlds. “It’s a very fast track. I love this track. It’s very bouncy,” said Powell, who trains in Italy three months of the year. “Italy is a good place for me. It’s my second home.” Powell first set the world record of 9.77 in June 2005 in Athens, Greece. Justin Gatlin matched the time in May 2006, but the American faces a suspension of up to eight years following a positive doping test for testosterone and other steroids at the Kansas Relays a month earlier. In June 2006, Powell again ran 9.77, and then did it a third time in August 2006. Despite the fast times, Powell has struggled at major competitions, missing a medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics. At the worlds, he finished behind gold medalist Tyson Gay and Derrick Atkins, running 9.96. The bronze was Powell’s first major medal. “That was a race I had to win and I didn’t. Enough. I lost,” Powell said. “The real Powell is the one from today, not the Osaka one.” Powell had also been one of the favorites at the 2003 worlds, but he was disqualified in the heats for a false start. He missed the 2005 worlds because of a groin injury. Michael Johnson, the world record holder at both 200 and 400 meters, criticized Powell during the worlds last month, saying the Jamaican is “not a great competitor.” Johnson said Powell gave up in Osaka when he was overtaken by Gay in the final 40 meters.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
RUNNERS AT THE BURTONPORT 5KALMOST 250 runners took part in last night’s Burtonport 5k.Congratulations to FVAC’S Gerard Gallagher & Teresa Mc Gloin on their wins at the event.Full results below: BURTONPORT 5K 2012Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 15.31 18 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A.C.2 15.48 144 James Brown M40+ City Of Derry3 15.51 21 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A.C.4 15.57 163 James Speight SM Finn Valley A.C.5 15.58 135 Kevin Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.6 16.01 19 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A.C.7 16.02 130 Sean McGettigan SM Finn Valley A.C.8 16.07 111 Jonathan Patton M40+ Letterkenny A.C.9 16.08 35 Garvin Walker SM Letterkenny A.C.10 16.09 149 Paul McGlinchey SM Letterkenny A.C.11 16.16 167 Dominic Bonner M50+ Finn Valley A.C.12 16.20 20 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A.C.13 16.25 85 Theresa McGloin SW Finn Valley A.C.14 16.31 150 Ciaran McBride SM Letterkenny A.C.15 16.33 83 Ryan Porter JM Finn Valley A.C.16 16.34 119 Gerard McGranaghan SM Letterkenny A.C.17 16.45 66 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.18 16.55 68 Shaun McNulty SM Finn Valley A.C.19 17.02 25 Duain Robb SM Inishowen AC20 17.08 223 Matthew McDowell SM 24/7 Triathlon Club21 17.09 133 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.22 17.12 127 Joe English M50+ Letterkenny A.C.23 17.13 9 Tom Thompson M40+ Finn Valley A.C.24 17.19 13 Liam Murray SM Individual25 17.22 24 Gareth McLaughlin SM Inishowen AC26 17.25 128 Martin Gormley M45+ Letterkenny A.C.27 17.28 15 Conor Gallagher SM Lifford AC28 17.29 10 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A.C.29 17.30 117 Wesley McCormick SM Finn Valley A.C.30 17.33 134 Pat Hegarty M50+ Finn Valley A.C.31 17.38 61 Jason King M40+ Letterkenny A.C.32 17.39 110 Bill Duncan M45+ City Of Derry33 17.46 14 Kevin Connolly SM Lifford AC34 17.47 161 Angela Speight SW Finn Valley A.C.35 17.48 71 PJ Boyce M45+ Cranford AC36 17.49 16 Aidan McKenna M40+ Letterkenny A.C.37 17.51 118 Annraoi Cheevers SM Letterkenny A.C.38 17.52 107 Michael Penrose SM Finn Valley A.C.39 17.53 63 Lee Gildea SM Letterkenny A.C.40 17.54 204 Raymond Birch SM Individual41 18.08 201 Paul Murray SM Individual42 18.10 211 Eamonn O’Donnell SM Individual43 18.12 231 Patrick Penrose JM Individual44 18.13 108 Ann Marie McGlynn SW Lifford AC45 18.14 53 Paul Kelly SM Lifford AC46 18.15 191 John Paul Wilson SM Rosses A.C.47 18.22 202 Colly O’Donnell M40+ Individual48 18.26 46 Shaun Paul Byrne M40+ Finn Valley A.C.49 18.30 29 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford AC50 18.31 109 Catherine Lilburn SW City Of Derry51 18.34 26 Natasha Adams SW Lifford AC52 18.42 152 Enda McBride JM Letterkenny A.C.53 18.45 222 Denis Forker SM Rosses A.C.54 18.49 284 Hugh Moy JM Rosses A.C.55 18.53 126 Gary Gallagher SM Lifford AC56 18.54 55 Kevin Harkin SM Lifford AC57 18.55 95 Patrick McGlynn SM Finn Valley A.C.58 18.59 62 Paul McMonagle SM Letterkenny A.C.59 19.00 82 Noeleen Porter W45+ Finn Valley A.C.60 19.03 120 Monica McGranaghan SW Letterkenny A.C.61 19.04 125 Gabriel McCrossan M45+ Letterkenny A.C.62 19.07 73 Joseph Brennan M40+ Individual63 19.10 171 Colin Mooney SM Individual64 19.11 193 Felin Donnelly M45+ Individual65 19.15 65 Mary Connolly SW Finn Valley A.C.66 19.16 208 Sean Dudgeon SM Lifford AC67 19.19 156 Kieran Coyle SM Letterkenny A.C.68 19.20 87 Kirsty McElwaine JW Letterkenny A.C.69 19.21 28 Sinead Peoples SW Individual70 19.24 203 Hugh Perry SM Individual71 19.26 70 Liam Marley M50+ Cranford AC72 19.27 17 Martin Anderson M45+ Finn Valley A.C.73 19.28 194 Martin Forker SM Rosses A.C.74 19.29 115 Tony Gallagher M45+ Finn Valley A.C.75 19.32 81 John Bonner M40+ Rosses A.C.76 19.33 90 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A.C.77 19.37 286 Colm Ferriter SM Rosses A.C.78 19.39 76 Charmaine O’Brien SW Finn Valley A.C.79 19.40 64 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A.C.80 19.47 155 Paddy Gallagher M40+ Lifford AC81 19.48 8 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A.C.82 19.50 40 Eugene McCafferty SM Individual83 19.51 181 Nicola Doherty SW Individual84 19.55 98 Dylan Reilly JM Rosses A.C.85 19.56 60 Martin McCabe SM Individual86 19.57 105 Michael Penrose M45+ Finn Valley A.C.87 19.58 172 Darren Price SM Individual88 20.00 67 Miriam Bonner W40+ Finn Valley A.C.89 20.05 179 Johnny Ward M50+ Tír Chonaill AC90 20.06 285 Patrick Trimble SM Individual91 20.12 174 Shane Keaveney SM Individual92 20.18 54 Eugene Gallen M40+ Lifford AC93 20.19 189 Owen Bonner M45+ Rosses A.C.94 20.20 47 Eunan Scanlon SM Individual95 20.24 114 Sean O’Leary M50+ Finn Valley A.C.96 20.25 220 Eamon Friel M40+ Rosses A.C.97 20.37 36 Marie Timoney SW Rosses A.C.98 20.40 214 Paul McGee SM Individual99 20.45 80 Keith Sweeney SM Individual100 20.48 116 Donal Haughey M50+ Tír Chonaill AC101 20.49 100 Paul Collum SM Individual102 20.54 51 James Maguire M50+ Finn Valley A.C.103 20.55 154 Brian McBride M50+ Letterkenny A.C.104 20.59 69 Jillian Marley JW Milford A C105 21.04 146 Brendan McGarvey SM Rosses A.C.106 21.08 147 Helen McCready SW Rosses A.C.107 21.09 138 Maria McGonagle SW Finn Valley A.C.108 21.13 139 Conor McGonagle M40+ Finn Valley A.C.109 21.23 79 Shane O’Donnell SM Individual110 21.24 91 Ryan Doherty JM Rosses A.C.111 21.27 143 Pat Byrne M50+ Killybegs A C112 21.28 176 Vera Haughey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC113 21.30 6 Tracey Boyle SW Rosses A.C.114 21.31 7 Aine Callaghan SW Rosses A.C.115 21.34 178 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC116 21.35 177 Margaret Sheilds W40+ Letterkenny A.C.117 21.44 50 Danny McDermott SM Individual118 21.47 186 Peter McGee M40+ Rosses A.C.119 21.48 232 Laura Lee Penrose JW Individual120 21.51 165 Marie T Speight W50+ Finn Valley A.C.121 22.00 103 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A.C.122 22.15 136 Gloria Donaghey W50+ Finn Valley A.C.123 22.23 230 Conal Houston SM Individual124 22.25 72 Ashleen McGeehan SW Finn Valley A.C.125 22.30 88 Amanda McNulty SW Letterkenny A.C.126 22.45 99 John Ferry M40+ Individual127 22.51 170 Emily Bonner SW Individual128 22.52 159 Sean McDevitt SM Individual129 23.03 4 A.M. Boyle SM Individual130 23.22 221 Mark Turnbull M50+ Glasgow131 23.27 11 Greta Marley SW Finn Valley A.C.132 23.33 162 Mary Gallagher W45+ Individual133 23.35 206 Paula Friel SW Finn Valley A.C.134 23.40 38 Shaun Timoney SM Rosses A.C.135 23.47 142 Rose Mannering SW Glenties136 23.48 132 Gary Spencer M45+ Individual137 23.49 164 Imelda Gallagher W40+ Individual138 23.51 166 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A.C.139 23.57 89 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A.C.140 24.01 175 Angela Trimble W40+ Individual141 24.13 78 Danny Sharkey M50+ Individual142 24.14 157 Ann Harkin SW Gweedore143 24.15 276 John Boyle SM Individual144 24.22 86 Fiona Wasson SW Individual145 24.26 158 Ryan Conaghan JM Finn Valley A.C.146 24.31 217 Margretta O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.147 24.33 169 Fionnuala Duffy SW Finn Valley A.C.148 24.36 27 Angela Gallagher SW Rosses A.C.149 24.37 31 Emma Brady SW Individual150 24.39 168 Patricia Houston SW Finn Valley A.C.151 24.40 104 Amy Allan SW Individual152 24.42 1 Paul McCrossan M40+ Individual153 24.43 2 Mary Doherty W40+ Individual154 24.57 225 Liz McFadden SW Individual155 25.05 56 Staci Blake SW Individual156 25.06 190 Sharon Wilson SW Rosses A.C.157 25.07 52 Bernie Maguire SW Finn Valley A.C.158 25.24 200 Mikaela Wallace JW Rosses A.C.159 25.26 12 Donal Boyle SM Individual160 25.30 151 Grace Garvie SW Individual161 25.32 180 Cathy Breslin SW Rosses A.C.162 25.38 229 Charles O’Donnell SM Rosses A.C.163 25.53 283 Marc Baumgartner SM Individual164 26.00 106 Melanie Penrose JW Finn Valley A.C.165 26.02 281 Sinead Doogan SW Individual166 26.03 101 Breege Ward W40+ Rosses A.C.167 26.05 279 Catriona Boyle SW Individual168 26.09 75 Sadie McDevitt W45+ Individual169 26.13 192 Lisa Gavigan SW Individual170 26.14 205 Laura Friel SW Finn Valley A.C.171 26.18 44 Marcella McGlynn SW Rosses A.C.172 26.21 207 Cliona Rushe SW Finn Valley A.C.173 26.34 137 Bridget Boyle SW Rosses A.C.174 26.35 96 Ann Marie Gibbons SW Individual175 26.39 59 Catriona Ward SW Rosses A.C.176 26.40 124 Helen Coll W45+ Individual177 26.41 275 Angela O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.178 26.43 131 Mary Martin W50+ Finn Valley A.C.179 26.44 213 Francesca Doherty SW Rosses A.C.180 26.57 282 Margarite Bonner SW Individual181 26.58 33 Catriona Lyons SW Individual182 27.11 226 Patricia O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.183 27.24 160 Bernie Molloy SW Individual184 27.25 215 Lorna O’Donnell W40+ Individual185 27.27 209 Sinead O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.186 27.30 210 Breda Boyle SW Rosses A.C.187 27.33 273 Ann Marion Sweeney SW Individual188 27.35 141 Michelle Greene W40+ Individual189 27.37 140 Deirdre McKelvey W40+ Rosses A.C.190 27.45 153 Sarah Mullis SW Individual191 27.48 271 Jimmy O’Donnell SM Rosses A.C.192 27.54 129 Louise Forker SW Rosses A.C.193 28.27 219 Joan O’Halloran SW Rosses A.C.194 28.31 57 Marianne Comack SW Rosses A.C.195 28.33 39 Linda McGonagle SW Rosses A.C.196 28.44 218 Suzanne Boyle W40+ Individual197 28.45 122 Martina Doherty W45+ Individual198 28.50 228 Anne O’Donnell W40+ Rosses A.C.199 28.58 199 Josephine Gallagher SW Individual200 29.04 148 Paula Jaealn SW Finn Valley A.C.201 29.07 37 Katie McGonagle SW Rosses A.C.202 29.09 145 Josephine Bonner W40+ Individual203 29.10 45 Rachel Gallagher SW Rosses A.C.204 29.16 58 Laura Houston SW Rosses A.C.205 29.19 188 Mary Gallagher W40+ Individual206 29.24 97 Amy Gibbons JW Individual207 29.29 187 Maura O’Donnell SW Individual208 29.31 184 Laura Boyle SW Individual209 29.56 3 Sinead McClafferty SW Individual210 30.08 30 Orla Boyle W40+ Rosses A.C.211 30.09 92 Tina Murphy SW Rosses A.C.212 30.10 42 Grainne Sweeney SW Rosses A.C.213 30.23 5 Annette Gallagher W40+ Rosses A.C.214 30.44 121 Breda Doherty W45+ Individual215 30.54 277 Bernadine Boyle SW Individual216 30.55 84 Sharon Wallace SW Rosses A.C.217 31.02 74 Mary Doherty SW Rosses A.C.218 31.20 197 Katrina McCauley SW Individual219 31.22 195 Jackie McNelis SW Rosses A.C.220 31.45 41 Patricia Doran W40+ Rosses A.C.221 31.48 43 Geraldine Bonner SW Rosses A.C.222 31.49 173 Eugene Doogan M50+ Individual223 31.59 183 Kathleen Bonner SW Rosses A.C.224 32.00 123 Denise McPaul SW Individual225 32.15 113 Bridin Sharkey SW Rosses A.C.226 32.17 182 Sheila Mulholland W40+ Rosses A.C.227 32.32 102 Maureen Bonner W40+ Individual228 32.40 196 Ailish O’Donnell SW Rosses AC229 32.48 278 Marcella Gallagher SW Individual230 32.52 77 Mary Forrestal SW Rosses A.C.231 32.59 112 Sinead Rodgers SW Individual232 33.17 198 Nancy Gallagher SW Individual233 33.25 23 Patricia Mullis W40+ Rosses A.C.234 33.26 22 Una Sweeney W40+ Rosses A.C.235 33.40 216 Claire Boyle JW Individual236 33.51 212 Shirley Boyle SW Individual237 33.52 274 Johnathon Doherty JM Individual238 34.04 34 Kathleen Lyons SW Individual239 34.28 32 Gosia Wojiowicz SW Individual240 34.31 94 Tracey Murphy SW Rosses A.C.241 35.05 280 Sharon Bowman SW Rosses A.C.242 35.06 224 Moira Greene W45+ Individual243 35.44 185 Margo Gallagher W40+ IndividualATHLETICS: RESULTS OF THE BURTONPORT 5K was last modified: July 25th, 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:RUNNERS AT THE BURTONPORT 5K