Three points away from 10k, Yap rues missed 3-pointer in ROS loss LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netPocari Sweat took sole possession of second place in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference, sucking the air out of Philippine Air Force in three sets, 25-19, 25-20, 29-27, Wednesday at Filoil Flying V Centre.Myla Pablo closed the chapter for the Lady Warriors with a crippling crosscourt kill that gave Pocari its fifth win in six games and an automatic seat in the semifinals.ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return MOST READ LATEST STORIES Pablo had a game-high 19 points to lead the Lady Warriors while Jeanette Panaga and Elaine Kasilag had 11 points apiece.Kai Nepomuceno also finished in double figures with 10 points for Pocari.Iari Yongco and Dell Palomata combined for 16 points to lead the 3-2 Lady Jet Spikers.ADVERTISEMENT Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Lady Warriors head coach Enrico De Guzman was pleased with how his team played its ground game despite watching the third set get extended.“My assessment for this game is I saw what I taught them in training,” said De Guzman in Filipino.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“Our first balls were perfect and I really challenged the players to receive the services and not to always rely on the libero.”Pocari complemented its 45 scoring spikes with superb defense limiting the Lady Jet Spikers to just 27 points off spikes. Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments
…to file defence in extradition matterAttorney General Basil Williams was on Friday granted leave by the High Court in order to file a defence in the extradition matter for Troy Anthony Thomas, also known as Mervin Williams.This came one week after Thomas’s defence lawyers filed a fixed date application in the High Court to prevent the extradition proceedings at the Magistrates’ Courts.Recently when the matter was called before Principal Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus at the Providence Magistrate’s Court, the lawyers told the Magistrate about the application they filed on behalf of their client in the High Court.Attorney-at-Law Stacy Goodings, who is representing the Government of the United States, told the court that the Magistrates’ Courts has the jurisdiction to continue the extradition proceedings, and that the State was ready to proceed with the matter.After hearing both parties, the Magistrate gave the High Court an opportunity to rule on the matter. The case was adjourned and would come up in the High Court on May 10 for reports before Justice Jo-Ann Barlow.According to one of the defence lawyers, Nigel Hughes, the United States of America (extradition) order in council 1935 does not form part of the domestic laws of Guyana, hence the declaration that the provisions of the United States of America (extradition) order in council 1935 No 574 cannot be enforced by a Magistrate.The lawyers are contending that Magistrate Isaacs-Marcus possesses no authority at law or otherwise to enforce the provisions of the treaty between the United Kingdom and the United States of America for the mutual extradition of fugitive criminals signed on December 22, 1931.They added that the provisions were unconstitutional, null and void or have no legal effect.Furthermore, the Attorneys submitted that their client is a citizen of Guyana and he is entitled to the protection of the provision of the Constitution of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.
In an electrified atmosphere, pumped and ready for fete season, the King of Soca, Machel Montano, visited the University of Guyana (UG) Turkeyen Campus, where he told excited and screaming fans that this is his best visit to the country. His visit to the institution was made possible by the GTT.The soca genius was greeted by screaming fans and flashing lights as he took to the stage.The musician said he has never experienced Guyana in such a way, since he was treated to some Guyanese folklore music, which blew him away. This, he said, definitely makes his visit memorable and the best so far.Montano said he has been singing since the age of seven and became a professional musician at just nine years old.The now 43-year-old energetic performer shared that he believes cooperation isMachel Montano poses with a few staffers from the University of Guyanabetter than competition. While responding to a question, he said he does not have a favourite song to perform. “It’s not about the song, it’s about the audience,” he said that makes his performances special.Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Ivelaw Griffith said the University is proud to be partnering with HJ and the other promoters to make the show a success.“This is a symbol not only of the recognition our University pays to the arts, to music, to drama, to sculpture, it is also testimony of the recognition of our partnership with companies, great companies like GTT,” according to the Professor.Second Vice Chancellor, Paloma Mohamed expressed gratitude for the event, since funds will go towards to University’s music and arts division.“This event is of course in support of our artist and residence programme at the University of Guyana. It started about two years ago, a new initiative by the VC (Vice Chancellor)… so the funds from these tickets go towards supporting that initiative,” Mohamed explained.A number of tickets for the ‘RevelNation’ slated for this evening at the Guyana National Stadium were given away to special audience members, who not only seized the opportunity for a photo, but to dance with the performer.
The Golden Arrowhead fluttered in all its glory on Friday before thousands of Guyanese patrons gathered at the D’Urban Park in Georgetown to participate in the ceremonial flag-raising exercise that represented part of this country’s pre-Independence ceremony.The Golden Arrowhead being hoisted at the pre-Independence ceremonyThe event, Guyana’s historical 52 Independence Anniversary observance, was graced with the presence of President David Granger and First Lady Sandra Granger, along with several other ministers of the Government, members of the diplomatic corps, members of the disciplinary forces, students, and well-wishers.This year saw performances by over 2000 students, who participated in the various cultural dances of Guyana’s six peoples, decked in the colours of the flag to represent social cohesion.A section of the performers who danced to the various cultural musicMeanwhile, a march past was collectively conducted by the National Cadet Corps, Hope Secondary, Kuru-Kuru College, Mackenzie High School and several other institutions.The inclement weather could not prevent the performers from showcasing their cultural pieces, done much to the enjoyment of the crowd. Then, as the skies gradually cleared, the honoured members of the Guyana Defence Force took up their positions to hoist the national flag.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Outlaws Aboriginal Youth Midget Hockey team took home Bronze in Prince George at the Aboriginal Youth Hockey Tournament on the last weekend in March.The Outlaws fought hard with two big wins, one loss and a tie and loss in a shootout.Those on the team representing Fort St. John include Matt Sebastian, Kurtis Lee, Brandon Modde, Owen Floriant, Storm Noskeye, Crysten Rogers, Payton Rogers, Burke Mcadie, O’Shea Mcadie, Kyler Davis, and Rhylin Soychuck.- Advertisement –
ROWLAND HEIGHTS – Bonita High School’s softball team used timely hitting and pitching, and some mistakes by Rowland, to post a 6-0 victory on Monday in the first round of the Bonita Tournament. The Bearcats jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead in the first inning on what should have been the second out of the inning. After a called third strike, Rowland catcher Tina Quan dropped the ball. The runner at third then scored on a wild throw to first on what was the first of three Raiders errors in the game. “It’s important to get the lead early,” Bonita coach Darren Baumunk said. “We just gotta find a way to get the bat on the ball in clutch situations,” Snyder said. “It’s a lack of concentration at the plate that just comes with inexperience.” Both teams’ pitching was strong throughout the game. Despite getting the loss, Banuelos gave up only two earned runs and struck out seven. Bearcats pitcher Chloe Wurst, making her second start, struck out seven in six innings. In the seventh inning, the Bearcats turned pitching duties over to Brittany Parlopino, who struck out the side to close out the game. “\ pitched well,” Baumunk said. “She pitches to her spots. She’s not overpowering but places the ball well.” “We need to learn from our mistakes,” Snyder said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! In the fourth inning, the Bearcats again capitalized on another Raiders error. The Bearcats had runners on first and second with nobody out when Raiders pitcher Christina Banuelos induced a ground ball back to the circle. She threw wildly to first, allowing one run to score and putting runners on the corners. The Bearcats tacked on one more run later in the inning. “Errors hurt us a bit,” Raiders coach Craig Snyder said. “This is a young team, they’re still learning.” The Bearcats doubled their lead in the sixth inning on a three-run homer to right field by Myra Maldonado. The Raiders had their chances throughout the game but ended up stranding 13 runners, including the bases loaded three times.
INGLEWOOD Tires squealing, the BMW Z4 tore through a series of sharp turns before I swung it into a sweeping left and then skidded to a slippery stop on a patch of wet pavement. And I got to do it again and again and again and again. We were on a fenced-off area of the sprawling Hollywood Park parking lot for an afternoon test-driving of three of Goodyear’s all season tires – the Eagle F1 All Season, the Wrangler Silent Armor and the Assurance Triple Tread. Turns out that I’m not the only one who like these Goodyears. The Web store Tirerack.com processed reviews from 2,545 people who took an online survey and the Eagle F1 GS-DC received superior or excellent ratings. On a zero to 10 scale this tire rated an 8.9 for its ability to resist hydroplaning, a 9.1 for wet traction and a 9.2 for its dry traction. “The Eagle F1 GS-D3 excels in wet conditions by delivering class-leading hydroplaning resistance and traction, as well as offers competitive dry performance,” the site says. All three of these tires offer some pretty snazzy features. “A tire is a product that is expected to perform consistently in all types of weather conditions… and enhance the performance of the vehicle on which it is mounted,” said Jean-Claude Kihn, Goodyear’s general director of technology and new product planning. Here’s what Goodyear says. The Eagle F1 (and the ResponseEdge version) features a carbon fiber sidewall. It weighs less than similar strength steel and is a common component in race cars and jets. This stiffens the sidewall and does make for more responsive handling and point-and-go steering. The Eagle also earned a good rating from Consumer Reports magazine. The Assurance tire features a rubber compound that contains volcanic sand, and its grit features microscopic cavities that work like tiny traction edges to provide better grip on slick roads. This tire has a nylon ply cap, two heavy steel belts and two polyester layers which offer sidewall strength. The tread also has three zones, one for ice, one for water and one for a dry surface. The Wrangler, for trucks and SUVs, contains a quiet zone that muffles the road hum common to heavy-duty tires. The SilentArmor comes from a layer of Dupont’s Kevlar, which the company says provides comfort and toughness. And hidden deep in the tread are thousands of gripping nodes, little nubby bits of rubber that add more than 75 square inches of surface area and help shed snow in winter driving conditions. email@example.com (818) 713-3743160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.The company set up a sporty pylon-marked course for the Beemer and a course for a full-size pickup truck and a midsize sedan. The company was giving some of its sales folks and journalists the chance to compare the Goodyears with another well-known brand. A total of nine trips around the circuits and the cars equipped with the Goodyears did handle better. On the other tires you could feel the BMW’s rear end start to swing out on the last big left turn and there was a bit of fish-tailing during the hard braking. And both the truck and sedan got positively sideways if I took a turn too fast on the other tires.
THERE was another massive turn-out today in perfect conditions for the annual St Stephen’s Day 5k at Finn Valley Athletic Club.Joe McAllister took the honours in a stunning 15:09, with local runner Gerard Gallagher five seconds behind. Judy Carson finished third overall – on a superb 15:26.Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 379 15.09 Joe McAllister SM St Malachy’s2 11 15.14 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C3 393 15.26 Judy Carson SW Finn Valley A C4 394 15.47 Pauric McLaughlin SM Finn Valley A C 5 475 15.57 James Speight SM Finn Valley A C6 245 15.59 Gary Slevin SM City Of Derry7 246 16.03 Craig Roberts SM City Of Derry8 28 16.19 Dermot Brennan SM Finn Valley A C9 399 16.23 Peter Gibbons SM Letterkenny A C 10 307 16.26 Aaron Doherty SM City Of Derry11 221 16.28 Kieran Carlin SM Finn Valley A C12 529 16.31 David Scanlon SM Rathfarnham13 415 16.32 Daniel Hannigan SM Lifford A C 14 376 16.40 Shane McNulty M35 Finn Valley A C15 390 16.44 Ronan McLaughlin SM Individual16 738 16.45 Oisin Gallen SM Individual17 386 16.49 John Brooks M35 Individual18 68 16.51 Paul McCafferty M40 City Of Derry19 249 16.51 Michael Black SM 24/7 Triathlon20 248 16.55 Gavin Crawford SM 24/7 Triathlon21 358 17.08 Pauric Breslin SM Letterkenny A C22 312 17.17 AnneMarie McGlynn SW Lifford A C23 167 17.21 Gerard O’Callaghan M40 Wimbledon24 284 17.24 Shaun McGettigan SM Finn Valley A C25 762 17.27 Patrick Penrose SM Finn Valley A C26 830 17.31 Shaun McFadden SM 24/7 Triathlon27 100 17.42 Paul Leck SM Finn Valley A C28 75 17.44 Andrew Friel SM Individual29 638 18.00 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C30 709 18.05 Dominic Boner SM Finn Valley A C31 261 18.11 Mark McPaul SM Finn Valley A C32 343 18.17 Liam Murray SM Individual33 453 18.20 Jack McBride JM Finn Valley A C34 90 18.22 Kevin Curran SM SportsworldWSAF A CWindmilers35 407 18.23 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C36 12 18.23 Tom Thompson W45 Finn Valley A C37 320 18.29 Zachary McGowan SM City Of Derry38 361 18.34 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A C39 385 18.35 Helen Stockdale W45 Finn Valley A C40 276 18.39 Joe Gallagher SM Milford A C41 432 18.45 Martin Gormley M35 Letterkenny A C42 265 18.49 Shane Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C43 152 18.50 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C44 169 18.56 Hugh Coll M40 Individual45 282 18.57 Brian Doherty SM Milford A C46 706 19.00 Ciaran O’donnell SM Letterkenny A C47 726 19.01 Jason Quigley SM Finn Valley A C48 708 19.02 Aaron McBride SM Individual49 403 19.08 Mark Bonner SM Finn Valley A C50 365 19.14 Pauric Patton JM Finn Valley A C51 479 19.16 Michael Penrose Snr M40 Finn Valley A C52 89 19.18 Paul Coyle SM Individual53 408 19.21 Michael Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C54 252 19.22 Mark Cassidy SM Individual55 251 19.24 Adam Lynch JM Finn Valley A C56 466 19.28 Dermot McElchar SM Individual57 714 19.34 Damien Browne SM Individual58 311 19.37 Enda Doherty SM Finn Valley A C59 502 19.38 Ryan Gormley SM Individual60 328 19.39 Colm Conneely SM Individual61 688 19.40 Oran McDermott SM Finn Valley A C62 534 19.41 Jonathan Carlin SM Finn Valley A C63 291 19.44 Brian Doherty SM Individual64 387 19.47 Paul Cosgrave M45 Lifford A C65 428 19.48 Theresa Doherty SW Inishowen A C66 395 19.49 Catherine Dooher SW Finn Valley A C67 289 19.57 Garvan Mulligan SM Letterkenny A C68 500 20.02 Malisa McHugh SW Individual69 448 20.06 Raymond McGrory SM Milford A C70 410 20.07 Seamus Morrison M35 Letterkenny A C71 763 20.09 Joseph Carlin SM Finn Valley A C72 740 20.12 Troy McCormick SM Individual73 816 20.13 Peter Kardos SM Individual74 736 20.14 Paddy Costelloe SM Individual75 42 20.15 Jarlath Duffy SW Individual76 418 20.16 Seamus Nallen SM 24/7 Triathlon77 521 20.17 Ronan Frain JM Finn Valley A C78 441 20.18 Gary Kelly SM Individual79 644 20.19 Brian McNamee JM Individual80 304 20.23 Eugene Gallen SM Individual81 87 20.24 Shane Laverty SM Individual82 74 20.25 Michael Connelly SM Individual83 649 20.26 James Callaghan SM Individual84 612 20.28 Richard Gordon JM Individual85 613 20.29 David Gordon SM Individual86 635 20.29 James O’Brien SM Finn Valley A C87 781 20.34 Conor Lyons SM Finn Valley A C88 781 20.34 Conor Lyons SM Finn Valley A C89 88 20.34 Shaun Lally SM Individual90 489 20.38 Ben Carr JM Finn Valley A C91 368 20.38 Shaun Crossan M35 Finn Valley A C92 101 20.40 Conor Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C93 523 20.40 John Dunleavy SM Individual94 122 20.41 Adrian McHugh SM Individual95 519 20.42 Drew Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C96 290 20.44 Stephen Manley SM Letterkenny A C97 392 20.48 Adam McGranaghan JM Finn Valley A C98 288 20.48 Shane McConnell SM Castlefinn99 664 20.49 Sean P Byrne M35 Finn Valley A C100 727 20.50 Conor Gallaghan SM Individual101 266 20.51 Mervin McDowell SM Individual102 456 20.52 Conor McGonagle SM Finn Valley A C103 704 20.53 Liam McGlynn SM Mullingar104 436 20.54 Alex McGeehan JM Finn Valley A C105 264 20.55 Barry Gallagher SM Individual106 5 20.56 Declan McHugh SM Individual107 409 20.58 Karen Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C108 384 21.03 Paul Leonard SM Individual109 605 21.04 Michael McNulty M40 IndividualRunnersHarriers110 427 21.05 C.J Doherty SM Individual111 668 21.08 Michael Gallagher M35 Individual112 359 21.11 Shannon McLaughlin JW Finn Valley A C113 362 21.14 Thomas Maguire SM Individual114 478 21.14 Michael Penrose Jnr SM Finn Valley A C115 260 21.14 James Gibons M35 Milford A C116 735 21.15 John Fleming SM Individual117 10 21.16 Garvin Boyce M40 Finn Valley A C118 319 21.17 Hannah McGowan SW City Of Derry119 205 21.18 Darragh Crossan SM Derry City Track120 316 21.18 Rodney Irwin SM Individual121 424 21.19 Ton Bangert M35 Individual122 278 21.19 Shaun Boyce SM Individual123 749 21.21 Aidan McGuire SM Individual124 682 21.22 Alfie Maguire SM Individual125 505 21.23 Matthew Carlin SM Finn Valley A C126 50 21.27 Noreen Bonner W55 Finn Valley A C127 271 21.29 Mark O’Sullivan SM Individual128 315 21.31 Martin McGlinchey SM Convoy129 18 21.32 Ronan Gallen SM Individual130 452 21.34 Patrick Brennan SM Individual131 389 21.35 Alan Kavanagh SM Finn Valley A C132 280 21.36 John Anthony McMillan M40 Individual133 128 21.39 Maeve Culhane SW Finn Valley A C134 788 21.43 Seamus McMenamin SM Individual135 722 21.44 Liam Gillespie M35 Finn Valley A C136 476 21.44 Paul Dooley SM Finn Valley A C137 40 21.45 Eimear Gallen W40 Finn Valley A C138 643 21.46 Dean Bonner SM Individual139 350 21.46 Niall Mulrine SM Individual140 191 21.47 Karen Gallagher JW Individual141 116 21.56 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A C142 43 21.57 Ian McNulty M40 Cork Triathalon143 510 21.58 Wesley McCormick SM Finn Valley A C144 539 22.00 Francis Mongan SM Individual145 697 22.02 Sinead Boland SW Individual146 412 22.03 Niamh Morrison SW Letterkenny A CClub147 734 22.04 Marie Harper SW Finn Valley A C148 158 22.05 Ivor Goudie SM Raphoe149 532 22.06 Declan Carlin M40 Finn Valley A C150 59 22.08 Margo Gallinagh SW Individual151 459 22.09 Brendan Callaghan SM Individual152 263 22.10 Liam Friel SM Individual153 526 22.14 Pauric McGinley SM Individual154 491 22.17 Gillian Coyle SW Individual155 388 22.19 Carl Hughes SM Individual156 298 22.20 Johnny Gallagher SM Individual157 105 22.22 Paul Whelan SM Individual158 637 22.22 Maurice O’Donnell SM Individual159 4 22.24 Michael McMenamin SM Finn Valley A C160 130 22.31 Fintan Culhane SM Individual161 520 22.31 Franky Murray M50 Castlefinn162 437 22.31 Patrick Clohessy SM Individual163 16 22.31 Shane Thompson JM Finn Valley A C164 405 22.31 Terry McDevitt SM Individual165 129 22.33 Brendan Culhane SM Individual166 440 22.34 Charlie McElwaine JM Lifford A C167 439 22.35 Emily Greenan SW Individual168 615 22.37 Paddy Hannigan M50 Individual169 751 22.38 Michael Lavin SM Individual170 504 22.39 Gavin Carlin SM Finn Valley A C171 15 22.41 Liam McMullan M40 Individual172 554 22.42 Colette McElwaine SW Individual173 607 22.44 Garvin Muligan SM Individual174 396 22.45 Andy Clarke M50 North175 332 22.47 Jonathan Connolly JM Finn Valley A C176 525 22.49 Angus Hunter M45 Individual177 493 22.50 Barry McGill SM Finn Valley A C178 681 22.50 Jeannette Maguire SW Individual179 104 22.54 Simon Leonard SM Individual180 480 22.55 Colin Mooney SM Individual181 650 22.56 John Byrne SM Individual182 524 22.56 Brendan Coyle SM Individual183 660 22.56 Bronagh O’Doherty SW Finn Valley A CRoadrunnersRunnersFermanagh184 537 22.56 Barry Carlin SM Finn Valley A C185 297 23.00 Dennis Curran M35 Letterkenny A C186 786 23.00 John McGlinchey M35 Finn Valley A C187 604 23.00 Shane Deery M40 Finn Valley A C188 588 23.01 Stephen Stewart SM Individual189 363 23.02 Eilish Patton SW Finn Valley A C190 366 23.03 John Lynch SM Finn Valley A C191 64 23.04 Ryan Galvin JM Finn Valley A C192 669 23.08 Brian Trayers SM Individual193 606 23.08 Mark Connelly SM Individual194 655 23.08 Curtis Deery SM Individual195 333 23.08 Terry Thompson SM Individual196 141 23.08 Maria Boyle W40 Finn Valley A C197 720 23.13 Zoe Kelly JW Finn Valley A C198 587 23.16 Stephen O’Donnell SM Individual199 375 23.17 Gavin Kelly SM Individual200 182 23.18 Aidan Dullaghan SM Individual201 700 23.20 Mark Trayers SM Individual202 737 23.21 Seamus Gallen SM Individual203 345 23.24 John Doherty SM Individual204 446 23.26 Sean O’Donnell SM Lifford A C205 200 23.31 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A C206 589 23.31 Shane McBride JM Finn Valley A C207 99 23.38 Paddy Kelly SM Individual208 671 23.39 Brian McMullin M35 Tír Chonaill A C209 506 23.40 Paddy Gildea SM Individual210 76 23.41 John Mulen SM Individual211 678 23.42 Fionnuala Bruton SW Finn Valley A C212 721 23.43 Don Smith M35 Convoy213 789 23.44 Peter Sweeney SM Individual214 121 23.45 Carl Houston M50 CastlefinnRunners215 785 23.47 Ollie Doherty M35 Finn Valley A C216 137 23.48 Maria Harron SW Individual217 179 23.50 Michael Doherty M50 Individual218 618 23.51 Paul Kelly SM Letterkenny A C219 401 23.55 Joanne Collins SW Individual220 31 23.55 Sinead Kenny W40 Finn Valley A C221 262 23.56 Eugene McGuiley SM Raphoe222 151 23.57 Eoin Dowling SM Individual223 383 23.59 James Marren SM Individual224 469 23.59 Joanne Campbell SW Finn Valley A C225 458 24.01 Liam McGinty SM Finn Valley A C226 117 24.02 Martin Anderson M40 Finn Valley A C227 1 24.06 James Maguire M50 Finn Valley A C228 667 24.06 Andy Scanlon M35 Finn Valley A C229 665 24.06 Steve O’Donnell SM Individual230 620 24.06 Mary Hippsley W45 Finn Valley A C231 417 24.06 Orla Nallen SW 24/7 Triathlon232 619 24.10 Sean O’Leary M50 Finn Valley A C233 400 24.12 Barry Chambers SM Individual234 114 24.12 Andy Parkinson M40 Convoy235 702 24.12 Aoife McGranaghan SW Individual236 572 24.14 Paul O’Donnell SM Individual237 611 24.15 Liam Gordon SM Individual238 645 24.17 Paul Trayers SM Individual239 457 24.18 John McElwaine SM Lifford A C240 77 24.19 Marie Mullen SW Individual241 494 24.20 Sean Marley SM Finn Valley A C242 741 24.20 LauraLee Penrose JW Finn Valley A C243 344 24.21 Lisa Doherty SW Individual244 468 24.21 Nicklus Lane JM Individual245 496 24.26 Paul Skinader SM Individual246 67 24.26 Frank O’Deorain M50 Individual247 582 24.28 Michael Murphy SM Individual248 168 24.29 Rachel Hogg SW Individual249 490 24.30 Richard Sleigh SM Individual250 71 24.31 William Doherty SM Individual251 413 24.31 Daragh Morrison JM Letterkenny A C252 72 24.31 Goretti Marley SW Finn Valley A C253 26 24.31 Ronan Bonner SM St Finbar’s AC254 247 24.31 Jimmy McNickle SM Individual255 296 24.34 Anne Coyle SW Individual256 334 24.34 Brendan Quinn SM Individual257 431 24.36 Emir Gormley SW Letterkenny A CRoadrunners258 547 24.38 Kealan McLaughlin M35 Individual259 474 24.38 Eimear Alexander SW Castlefinn260 287 24.39 Sinead McConnell W45 Castlefinn261 752 24.40 Gary Byrne SM Individual262 729 24.41 Charles McDonagh SM Individual263 27 24.41 Louise Bonner SW St Finbar’s AC264 8 24.43 Amy McMenamin JW Finn Valley A C265 782 24.44 Joe Boyce JM Finn Valley A C266 677 24.44 Anthony Bruton JM Finn Valley A C267 272 24.47 Claire O’Donnell SW Individual268 728 24.48 Danny McBride SM Individual269 69 24.48 Gloria Donaghey W50 Finn Valley A C270 463 24.48 Liam McLaughlin SM Individual271 52 24.48 Maurice Murray SM Individual272 508 24.50 Donna Gallagher SW Individual273 507 24.50 Mark Gallagher SM Individual274 663 24.57 Damien Scanlan SM Individual275 314 25.03 Adam Sweeney JM Finn Valley A C276 214 25.05 Joey O’Leary SM Individual277 674 25.07 Brian Westman SM Individual278 662 25.07 Niamh Rodgers SW Individual279 536 25.08 Eugene Carlin M50 Finn Valley A C280 404 25.08 John Reid JM Finn Valley A C281 270 25.12 Adrian Callaghan SM Loughrea282 495 25.13 Darren McCreary SM Individual283 540 25.15 Lauren Tailor JW Finn Valley A C284 250 25.16 Hayley Ferry SW Individual285 544 25.21 Roy Meehan SM Raphoe286 369 25.27 Bernie Crossan SW Finn Valley A C287 367 25.28 Caelan Reid JM Finn Valley A C288 623 25.30 Paul McLaughlin M50 Individual289 425 25.31 Caroline McElwaine SW Individual290 426 25.32 Damien McBride SM Milford A C291 9 25.33 Shea McMenamin JM Finn Valley A C292 378 25.35 Kathleen McNulty SW Finn Valley A C293 552 25.35 Louise Larkin SW Individual294 666 25.36 Yvonne O’Donnell SW IndividualRunnersRunnersRoadrunners295 672 25.36 Caher O’Donnell M35 Individual296 486 25.38 Austeja Auciete SW Finn Valley A C297 295 25.40 Emma Bates SW Finn Valley A C298 690 25.41 Seamus Lyons M35 Finn Valley A C299 703 25.44 Lauren O’Mara SW Individual300 699 25.46 Fiona Boland SW Individual301 603 25.47 Aaron Gillooley JM Individual302 154 25.48 Amee Callaghan JW Finn Valley A C303 533 25.49 Aloise Carlin SW Finn Valley A C304 654 25.49 Angela Trindle SW Individual305 443 25.49 Eugene Boyle SM Individual306 543 25.50 Michael McConnell M35 Individual307 286 25.51 Eamon McConnell M35 Castlefinn308 199 25.57 Cora Harvey SW Finn Valley A C309 34 25.59 Ellie Gallen O’Dwyer Walker Individual310 155 25.59 Ryan Callaghan Walker Finn Valley A C311 499 25.59 CJ McGinley SM Individual312 792 26.02 Diane McCool SW Individual313 825 26.02 Lloyd Brewer SM Individual314 535 26.04 Liam Carlin JM Finn Valley A C315 201 26.06 Helen McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C316 6 26.06 Tina McHugh SW Individual317 259 26.10 Michael McGonagle JM Finn Valley A C318 768 26.10 Brian Brown SM Individual319 180 26.10 Sinead Browne SW Individual320 202 26.10 Mary Martin SW Finn Valley A C321 327 26.12 Mairead Hegarty SW Individual322 322 26.19 Vicky McDowell SW Individual323 713 26.21 Noelle Gallinagh SW Individual324 223 26.21 Simon McDevitt SM Individual325 578 26.23 Marion Given SW Individual326 564 26.24 Conal McDermott JM Individual327 438 26.27 Kevin Greenan M35 Individual328 562 26.34 Conor McDermott SW Individual329 317 26.36 Martina Carr SW Individual330 318 26.37 Patrick Carr SM Individual331 138 26.38 Justin Boyle M40 IndividualRunners332 98 26.41 Gareth Doherty SM Individual333 586 26.42 Anthony Bowland SM Individual334 267 26.45 PJ Sweeney M35 Finn Valley A C335 397 26.45 Jayne Thompson SW North336 550 26.48 Kevin McLaughlin SM Finn Valley A C337 483 26.50 Kevin Gibbons SM Individual338 694 26.52 Sarah Kelly SW Finn Valley A C339 464 26.55 Mary Gallagher SW Individual340 215 26.57 Kieran O’Leary SM Individual341 683 27.00 Hay McBride SM Individual342 522 27.02 James Frain SM Finn Valley A C343 661 27.02 Niall McCauley SM Individual344 470 27.06 Ryan Scanlon SM Individual345 485 27.07 Connor Crossan SM Individual346 509 27.10 Catriona Laverty SW Individual347 336 27.12 Louise Callaghan SW Individual348 335 27.12 Martin Callaghan SM Individual349 93 27.15 Carmel McGettigan SW Individual350 549 27.16 Sinead McGlynn SW Finn Valley A C351 391 27.18 Abbie McGranaghan JW Finn Valley A C352 53 27.18 Hannah Murray JW Individual353 819 27.18 Breda Doogan SW Individual354 371 27.21 Demi Crosssan JW Finn Valley A C355 434 27.23 Sophie Duffy JW Individual356 705 27.23 Toly Stokes SM Individual357 66 27.23 Aisling McHugh SW Individual358 473 27.25 Marie McColgan W40 Finn Valley A C359 14 27.26 Marie Boyle SW Finn Valley A C360 113 27.27 Rosemary Parkinson W40 Convoy361 323 27.33 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny A C362 324 27.39 David Connors SM Individual363 325 27.45 Paddy Peoples SM Individual364 256 27.47 Aaron Beecroft JM Individual365 255 27.48 Darren Beecroft M35 Individual366 422 27.56 Laura McDaid JW Finn Valley A C367 370 27.58 Laura Crossan JW Finn Valley A C368 449 27.58 Sinead O’Gorman SW Letterkenny A CFermanagh369 163 27.58 Antoinette Coyle SW Finn Valley A C370 277 28.00 Mary O’Donnell SW Individual371 381 28.00 Deirdre Temple W40 Individual372 301 28.03 Sinead Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C373 196 28.03 Mariana Gallen SW Individual374 770 28.04 Lucy Murphy SW Individual375 653 28.06 Sean McHugh SM Individual376 599 28.06 Kieran Tourish JM Individual377 813 28.07 Andrea Mc Nulty JW Finn Valley A C378 811 28.08 Adam Mc Cullagh JM Finn Valley A C379 467 28.09 Pauline Gallagher SW Individual380 279 28.10 Carmel Brindle SW Lifford A C381 178 28.11 Margaret Doherty W50 Individual382 7 28.17 Kieran Thompson JM Finn Valley A C383 481 28.18 AnneMarie Gibbons SW Finn Valley A C384 739 28.18 Eirinn Gallen JM Finn Valley A C385 275 28.19 Andrea McGettigan SW Individual386 254 28.19 Maxine Quigley SW Individual387 444 28.21 Karen Carlin SW Lifford A C388 577 28.24 Catherine Given SW Individual389 719 28.27 James Kelly SM Individual390 171 28.28 Audrey Crawford W40 Finn Valley A C391 303 28.30 Daniel Gallen SM Individual392 192 28.30 Emma Gallagher JW Individual393 652 28.30 Shannon Russell JW Individual394 212 28.40 Kevin McHugh SM Individual395 70 28.46 Thelma Clarke SW North396 382 28.49 Fiona Temple SW Individual397 149 28.52 Kathy McGloin SW Individual398 148 28.53 Patrick Bell SM Individual399 309 28.53 Caoimhe Brennan SW Finn Valley A C400 310 29.00 Derek Brennan SM Finn Valley A C401 326 29.03 Patrick Breen SM Individual402 551 29.06 Iggy Larkin SM Individual403 817 29.08 Adrian Kovacs SW Individual404 641 29.08 Karl McHugh SM Individual405 230 29.15 Cathal McHugh SM IndividualFermanagh406 538 29.15 Ryan Stacey JM Finn Valley A C407 632 29.17 Tina McGlynn SW Finn Valley A C408 631 29.17 Selina McGowan SW Finn Valley A C409 136 29.22 Sinead Collins SW Individual410 203 29.22 Siobhan Byrne W50 Finn Valley A C411 560 29.22 Paul Wilkinson M35 Finn Valley A C412 477 29.22 Michael O’Donnell JM Individual413 548 29.26 Mary Trears SW Individual414 189 29.26 Diane Gallagher W40 Individual415 211 29.26 Aoife NicLochlainn SW Individual416 717 29.26 Kathy Ward JW Finn Valley A C417 715 29.26 Mary Ward JW Finn Valley A C418 166 29.34 Charlette Kelly SW Individual419 585 29.35 Carmel Bowland SW Finn Valley A C420 716 29.40 Aine Ward JW Finn Valley A C421 150 29.49 Louise Dowling SW Individual422 329 29.55 Gary McCready SM Individual423 561 29.58 Catherine Gallinagh SW Individual424 44 29.58 Alannah McNulty SW Waterford A C425 754 29.58 Gemma Dullaghan JW Individual426 498 30.01 Tanya Carson SW Individual427 527 30.05 Colm McDaid SM Individual428 170 30.09 Sarah McGlynn SW Individual429 435 30.09 Margo Chambers SW Individual430 696 30.14 Hillary Pearson SW Finn Valley A C431 465 30.20 Nuala Callaghan SW Individual432 78 30.20 Rodney Dullaghan SM Individual433 79 30.21 Paul Devenny SM Individual434 107 30.23 Louise Mailey SW Convoy435 106 30.24 John Mailey SM Convoy436 421 30.25 Caitlin McGonagle JW Finn Valley A C437 268 30.27 Edel Sweeney SW Finn Valley A C438 748 30.27 Jackie Toland SM Convoy439 484 30.30 Pauletta O’Leary SW Castlefinn440 565 30.30 Liam Marley M35 Individual441 566 30.30 Catherine Marley SW Individual442 157 30.30 Louise Goudie SW RaphoeRunnersRoadrunners443 503 30.30 Mary Carlin SW Finn Valley A C444 339 30.32 Adam Dunnion JM Individual445 718 30.39 Kieranna McCormack SW Individual446 622 30.39 Raymond Doherty M45 Finn Valley A C447 360 30.44 Mary McGranaghan SW Finn Valley A C448 112 30.47 Alan Mailey SM Convoy449 610 30.56 Roseleen Lynch SW Individual450 13 30.57 Susan Doherty W50 Finn Valley A C451 227 30.58 Mirian O’Donnell SW Individual452 406 31.02 Siobhan McDevitt SW Individual453 812 31.08 Marie Mc Cullagh SW Individual454 338 31.08 Roisin Dunnion SW Individual455 608 31.08 Erin McGinty SW Individual456 321 31.14 Margaret O’Neill SW Individual457 651 31.16 Rose Anna Byrne SW Individual458 513 31.19 Olivia Furey SW Individual459 514 31.19 Emir McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C460 515 31.23 Barry McLaughlin JM Finn Valley A C461 630 31.28 Anne McElcar SW Individual462 628 31.37 Kian Gallagher JM Finn Valley A C463 190 31.40 Alan Gallagher JM Individual464 188 31.41 Paddy Gallagher M40 Individual465 710 31.41 Niamh McHugh SW Individual466 103 31.46 Rosemary Boggs W50 Lifford A C467 45 31.49 Vicky McNulty JW Waterford A C468 541 32.00 Niamh Hughes JW Individual469 274 32.00 Helen O’Donnell SW Individual470 775 32.04 Breege Gallen SW Individual471 147 32.08 Nuala Gallinagh SW Finn Valley A C472 725 32.17 Sharon Scanlon SW Finn Valley A C473 231 32.30 Edel Doherty SW Individual474 273 32.31 Jackie Coyle-Shapiro W40 Individual475 472 32.32 Karen Burke W40 Individual476 471 32.33 John Burke M40 Individual477 258 32.36 Laura Patton JW Finn Valley A C478 308 32.50 Bridgeen Doherty SW Finn Valley A C479 614 33.04 Caroline McCabb W40 Individual480 542 33.04 Terence Patton M35 Individual481 753 33.09 Niamh Lavin SW Individual482 414 33.12 Marjorie Morrison SW Letterkenny A C483 32 33.13 Betty Gallen w60 Finn Valley A C484 679 33.14 Niamh Bruton SW Finn Valley A C485 627 33.19 Niamh Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C486 625 33.24 AnnMarie McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C487 693 33.24 George Kelly SM Finn Valley A C488 692 33.24 Kathleen Kelly SW Finn Valley A C489 429 33.27 Susanna Wanchope SW Individual490 398 33.27 Megan Thompson JW North491 512 33.27 Sonya McGinty SW Individual492 193 33.33 Edel Neely SW Finn Valley A C493 313 33.33 Orla Noonan SW Finn Valley A C494 776 33.38 Shanna Gallen JW Individual495 492 33.40 Anne McGill SW Finn Valley A C496 430 33.45 Jessica Wanchope SW Individual497 482 33.55 Amy Gibbons JW Finn Valley A C498 633 33.55 Selina Russell SW Finn Valley A C499 820 34.00 Eva Mc Closkey SW Individual500 634 34.09 Davina Russell SW Finn Valley A C501 579 34.32 Helena Given SW Individual502 793 34.38 Noreen MCGonagle SW Individual503 331 34.39 Christina Patton SW Individual504 609 34.49 Eithne Wallace SW Individual505 639 34.53 Shauna Scanlon JW Finn Valley A C506 687 34.53 Jennifer McDermott SW Finn Valley A C507 207 35.21 Caroline Catterson W40 Finn Valley A C508 20 35.21 Karen Gallen JW Individual509 454 35.25 Amy McBride JW Castlefinn510 2 35.33 Ultan McMenamin JM Finn Valley A C511 3 35.33 Danita Dolan SW Finn Valley A C512 646 35.34 Kevin Harrold SM Individual513 348 35.53 Charolette Gaughan JW Individual514 47 35.53 Valerie Hogan SW Individual515 621 36.06 Vivienne Merrit W40 Finn Valley A C516 488 36.06 CJ Doherty JM Finn Valley A C517 487 36.06 Shauna Doherty SW IndividualFermanaghRunners518 125 36.06 Ruth Reid Walker Individual519 124 36.06 Alan Reid Walker Individual520 451 36.18 Niamh Walsh SW Individual521 330 36.31 John McGhee SM Individual522 126 37.09 Olivia Reid Walker Individual523 127 37.33 Margaret Reid W40 Finn Valley A C524 161 37.43 Conor Lynch Walker Individual525 159 37.58 AnneMarie Lynch SW Finn Valley A C526 559 38.00 Samantha Wilkinson SW Finn Valley A C527 626 38.14 Catherine Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C528 636 38.14 Brenda McNulty SM Individual529 732 38.26 Danny McGlynn SM Individual530 602 38.26 Eimear Gillooley JW Individual531 642 38.49 Michael Gallagher SM Individual532 220 38.51 Julie McConnell SW Individual533 217 38.56 Kathleen O’Leary SW Individual534 219 39.16 Marie Houston SW Individual535 648 39.19 Pauric Harrold JM Finn Valley A C536 647 39.19 Mary Harrold SW Individual537 30 39.23 Nikki Kelly SW Individual538 501 39.55 Catherine Bradley SW Individual539 750 39.59 Hanah Parkinson JW Individual540 821 39.59 Timothy Browne SM Individual541 657 39.59 John McGill SM Individual542 450 40.21 Gerry Byrne SM Finn Valley A C543 794 40.33 John Houston M35 Individual544 445 40.48 Joan McHugh SW Lifford A C545 352 41.03 Collette Callaghan SW Individual546 356 41.03 Lanna Duffy JW Individual547 747 41.16 Denis Leyenn SM Individual548 25 41.16 Rea Doherty SW Individual549 24 41.16 Paddy Doherty SM Individual550 658 41.37 Laura Friel SW Finn Valley A C551 684 41.37 Paula Friel SW Finn Valley A C552 659 41.42 Celine Friel SW Finn Valley A C553 165 41.42 Alice Kelly SW Individual554 285 41.42 Elaine Gillespie SW Individual555 558 41.49 Corey McCloskey JM Individual556 707 41.49 Bridget Gallen SW Individual557 60 41.59 Siobhan McCauley SW Individual558 827 41.59 Siobhan Keegan SW Individual559 629 41.59 Paddy McMenamin SM Finn Valley A C560 828 41.59 Shaun Keegan SM Individual561 814 41.59 Patricia Houston SW Finn Valley A C562 815 41.59 Paul Houston SM Individual563 185 42.42 Tommy Dullaghan Walker Individual564 184 42.48 Shaun Dullaghan Walker Individual565 353 42.48 Mike Scardina SM Individual566 731 42.55 Margo Duffy SW Finn Valley A C567 730 42.55 Muirinn Duffy JM Finn Valley A C568 773 43.03 John Dunnion SM Individual569 774 43.03 Tarny Reilly SM Individual570 580 43.08 Maureen Houston W40 Individual571 380 43.08 Angela McGinley SW Finn Valley A C572 528 43.24 Peadar McGranaghan SM Finn Valley A C573 29 43.24 Ciaran Kelly SM Individual574 402 43.27 Tony Collins M35 Individual575 624 43.52 Lisa Stewart SW Individual576 183 43.52 Geraldine Browne Walker Individual577 65 43.56 Patrick Galvin SM Finn Valley A C578 294 43.56 Ronan Ruddy SM Individual579 829 43.59 Orla Long SW Individual580 447 43.59 Rosalind Nelis SW Individual581 156 43.59 Mia Callaghan Walker Finn Valley A C582 293 43.59 louise Ruddy SW Individual583 54 44.12 Christine O’Donnell SW Individual584 153 44.43 Patricia Callaghan SW Finn Valley A C585 55 44.43 Charlene O’Donnell SW Individual586 419 44.53 Maura McCrudden SW Finn Valley A C587 377 45.00 Amy McNulty SW Finn Valley A C588 597 45.00 Christina Scanlon SW Individual589 596 45.00 Claire Scanlon SW Individual590 164 45.00 Tommy Kelly SM Individual591 341 45.07 Ava Dunnion JM Individual592 340 45.13 Dervla Dunnion JM Individual593 691 45.13 Ann Carlin SW Individual594 600 45.13 Paul Carlin SM Individual595 462 45.25 Joanne O’Donnell SW Individual596 461 45.43 Anne O’Donnell SW Individual597 460 45.47 Alex O’Donnell SM Individual598 765 45.47 Eunan McGowan SM Individual599 766 45.50 Patrick McGowan SM Individual600 567 46.05 Angela Doherty SW Individual601 568 46.05 Tracey McKelvey SW Individual602 569 46.05 Maureen Houston SW Individual603 354 46.05 Mary Gallagher SW Individual604 433 46.05 Breege Duffy SW Individual605 598 46.05 Danny Nelhan SM Individual606 595 46.05 Franis Scanlon SM Individual607 357 46.17 Liz Madden SW Individual608 758 46.17 Gerry Hennessey SW Individual609 756 46.26 Aisling Hennessey SW Individual610 755 46.26 Roisin Hennessey SW Individual611 764 46.31 Tommy McNaught SM Individual612 355 46.31 Rose Duffy SW Individual613 143 46.31 Yvonne Boyle JW Finn Valley A C614 337 46.39 Paul Dunnion SM Individual615 518 46.39 Patricia O’Connor SW Finn Valley A C616 517 46.39 Pat O’Connor SM Finn Valley A C617 342 46.39 Darragh Dunnion JM Individual618 442 46.39 John Kelly SM Individual619 218 46.39 Geraldine Barron SW Individual620 216 46.39 Claire O’Leary SW Individual621 62 47.12 Karen Moore SW Individual622 281 47.20 Celine McGlynn SW Individual623 131 47.20 Emma McNulty SW Individual624 133 47.20 Rachel Galvin SW Individual625 132 47.20 John McNulty SM Individual626 723 47.32 Cora Gillespie JW Finn Valley A C627 94 47.34 Anya McGettigan JW Individual628 95 47.34 Caolan McGettigan JM Individual629 91 47.57 Anne McGettigan SW Individual630 97 47.57 Mairead Clancy SW Individual631 305 48.24 Eileen Reilly SW Individual632 306 48.24 Anne Glancy SW Finn Valley A C633 511 48.31 Claire McCrudden SW Finn Valley A C634 420 48.31 Ann Sweeney SW Finn Valley A C635 744 48.31 Tara Gillespie JW Individual636 743 48.45 Donna Gillespie SM Individual637 140 48.47 Patricia Boyle Walker Individual638 593 48.47 William Quigley SM Individual639 594 48.47 Salone Houston SW Individual640 556 48.57 Mona O’Boyle SW Finn Valley A C641 555 48.57 Caroline O’Boyle SW Finn Valley A C642 742 48.57 Eilish O’Boyle SW Individual643 790 48.57 Ann Sinnott SW Individual644 640 49.04 Pat Brennan SM Individual645 676 49.12 Gerry Bruton SM Finn Valley A C646 590 49.14 Pauline Beecroft SW Individual647 591 49.15 Russell Beecroft SM Individual648 516 49.30 Teresa Gillespie SW Finn Valley A C649 670 49.30 Keith Bradley SM Individual650 689 49.30 Mary Lucas SW Individual651 349 49.30 Damien Gaughan JM Individual652 346 49.30 Paul Gaughan SM Individual653 347 49.30 Siobhan Gaughan SW Individual654 61 49.30 Jenny Moore SW Individual655 46 50.49 Mick Hogan SM Individual656 571 50.49 Charlotte May W40 Individual657 584 51.37 Lisa Blackburn JW Individual658 583 51.37 Helen Alcorn SW Individual659 299 51.37 Kyle Harvey M35 Individual660 300 52.01 Ruth Blackburn SW Individual661 733 52.01 Rachel Gallagher SW Individual662 783 52.01 Wilma Slevin SW Individual663 253 52.30 Liz O’Donnell SW Individual664 592 52.30 Alan O’Donnell JM Individual665 675 52.32 Mary Bruton SW Finn Valley A C666 680 52.32 Thady Bruton SM Finn Valley A C667 497 54.52 Mary English SW Individual668 616 54.52 Brid Doherty W45 Individual669 617 55.15 Catherine Canon W50 Individual670 374 55.15 Conor Gill JM Individual671 372 55.45 Damien Gill SM Individual672 724 55.45 Isabel McNulty SW Individual673 86 55.58 Richard Keely SM Individual674 85 55.58 Anne Bell SW Individual675 711 55.58 Niamh Harvey JW Individual676 685 56.36 Annice Gallen JW Finn Valley A C677 769 56.36 Anne Murphy SW Finn Valley A C678 92 57.13 Eamon McGettigan SM Individual679 96 57.13 Pauric MCGettigan JM Individual680 686 59.30 Mairead Gallen SW Finn Valley A C681 712 59.30 Bernie Thompson SW IndividualTotal Runners: 681 RESULTS AND PICTURES: HUGE TURN-OUT AS 680 COMPLETE FINN VALLEY AC FESTIVE 5K was last modified: December 26th, 2013 by John2Share 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:5k runFinn Valley ACResults
QPR have been linked with Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah and Ajax striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson.Rangers, who have not expressed an interest in either player and are lining up other possible targets, were linked with Sigthorsson in the Dutch media, which was subsequently picked up by the Evening Standard.The club had a £5m bid for him accepted during the previous transfer window but did not agree personal terms with Sigthorsson and he has since agreed a new contract at Ajax.Speculation about his future has re-emerged after he lost his place in the Ajax side and his brother agent Andri was quoted as saying: “I hope he leaves quickly. A player with the qualities of Kolbeinn needs weekly 90 minutes’ playing in his own position.”Rangers, it is claimed, would be interested in taking him on loan.West London Sport revealed in the summer that QPR had made a bid for SigthorssonMeanwhile, Sky Sports and subsequently the Daily Mail have suggested that QPR are looking to sign Salah on loan.The Mail reckon Rangers are struggling to finance deals and that Salah is also wanted by Sunderland, West Brom and Inter Milan.Meanwhile, there continues to be speculation that Lionel Messi could leave Barcelona and sign for Chelsea.For more transfer speculation, including QPR goalkeeper Alex McCarthy being linked with Everton, see Wednesday morning’s Paper Talk.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Embed from Getty ImagesLeyton Orient have signed Jamie Sendles-White on a one-year deal.The defender, from Kingston, was a free agent having left Swindon Town at the end of last season.He started his career at QPR, where he was included in the first-team squad for a number of games but did not make an appearance.Sendles-White, 23, had loan spells at Colchester and Mansfield before being leaving Loftus Road in 2015.He had a short spell in Scotland with Hamilton before joining Swindon. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook