A man is dead while a woman was listed in a serious condition after the vehicle in which they were travelling collided with a parked truck along Princes Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown in the wee hours of Monday morning.Dead: Trevon ButtersDead is 35-year-old Trevon Butters of Caneville, South Ruimveldt, Georgetown. The injured woman has been identified as 25-year-old Natasha Roberts of Wales, West Bank Demerara.Reports are the motorcar bearing registration number PNN 8969, which was driven by Butters, was heading north along Princes Street at a fast rate but while in the vicinity of the City Police Outpost, the driver lost control and slammed into the rear of a motor lorry with registration plates GFF 9764.As a result, the motorcar reportedly spun several times before it came to a screeching halt. Both Butters and Roberts sustained injuries as a result of the collision. Roberts was reportedly flung out of the vehicle and was later picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where she remains a patient.Butters, on the other hand, was pinned in his seat and had to be removed from the wreckage by members of the Guyana Fire Service. He was pronounced dead at the scene.An eyewitness told Guyana Times that Butters and Roberts were seen leaving a popular Hadfield Street, Georgetown bar in the wee hours of Monday. The woman claimed that as the vehicle pulled off, they heard screams followed by a loud sound.The injured woman lying on the roadwayThe vehicle, she added slammed into the lorry and as it spun, Roberts was flung out and landed on the roadway. At the time, she was conscious and even attempted to stand up. Soon after, she recalled, the ambulance arrived at the scene. The injured woman was picked up, placed on a stretcher and put into the ambulance.“As they were trying to put her properly in the ambulance, she fell off the stretcher and onto the floor…’, she stated.However, by the time the medical team attended to Butters, he had already died.“Half of his body was in the driver’s seat and the other half leaning over the front passenger’s seat…his chest and neck was pressed against the badly damaged vehicle,” the woman told Guyana Times.A relative of the dead man said that his mother was expected in Guyana on Tuesday and that he had a one-year-old daughter.The police are continuing their investigations.
The athletes arrive in Fort St. John today and will spend much of the day Tuesday practicing at the facility. It is a free to attend any of the races. Make sure you get out and cheer on the Athletes.POMEROY SPORT CENTREWEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 201509:30 Speed Skating Long Track – 500 m Female Finals – Race 110:00 Speed Skating Long Track – 500 m Male Finals – Race 111:00 Speed Skating Long Track – 500 m Female Finals – Race 211:30 Speed Skating Long Track – 500 m Male Finals – Race 213:00 Speed Skating Long Track – Team Pursuit Female Final – Final13:30 Speed Skating Long Track – Team Pursuit Male Final – Final- Advertisement -THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 201509:30 Speed Skating Long Track – 1000 m Female Final – Final10:45 Speed Skating Long Track – 1500 m Male Final – Final13:00 Speed Skating Long Track – Mass Start Female Final – Final14:00 Speed Skating Long Track – Mass Start Male Final – FinalFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 201509:30 Speed Skating Long Track – 5000 m Male Final – Final11:30 Speed Skating Long Track – 3000 m Female Final – Final
0Shares0000Saudi Arabia players listen to the head of the General Authority for Saudi Sport, Turki Al-Sheikh (C), as they gather during a training session at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow on June 13, 2018 ahead of the Russia 2018 World Cup football tournament © AFP / Alexander NEMENOVRIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Jun 14 – Saudi Arabia may be World Cup minnows, but analysts say the kingdom’s backing of North America’s winning bid to host the 2026 tournament underscores a drive to become a football powerhouse in the face of regional rivalries.The United States, Mexico and Canada edged out underdogs Morocco on Wednesday in a vote by members of football’s world governing body FIFA supported by Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia has long been a marginal player in football’s ruling classes, unlike its Gulf rival Qatar — set to host the 2022 World Cup — with which it is embroiled in a year-long diplomatic spat.But the oil-rich kingdom is seeking to change that with plans to launch a new regional bloc of federations — dubbed the South West Asian Football Federation (SWAFF) — which will comprise 14 nations, excluding Qatar.There have been some suggestions the bloc could give Saudi Arabia greater influence in key decisions facing FIFA, but it is only likely to overshadow the Doha-based Gulf Football Federation.“Saudi Arabia has ramped up its involvement in the governing architecture of world football in recognition of its popular appeal to its youthful society and a tool of international soft power,” Kristian Ulrichsen, a fellow at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy, told AFP.– ‘Soccer, a battlefield’ –Saudi-linked investors are also said to be involved in a $25-billion proposal for two football tournaments that could give the kingdom a bigger voice in global soccer governance.“This is all part of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s larger strategy of coming out against, or at least appearing to counteract, Qatar and Iran at every opportunity,” Ellen Wald, author of the book Saudi Inc., told AFP.Saudi players train at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow before they take on Russia in the opening match of the 2018 World Cup © AFP / Alexander NEMENOVSaudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt snapped diplomatic and trade ties with Qatar last year, accusing it of bankrolling Islamist extremists and fostering ties with arch-rival Iran. Doha denies the charge.With the 2022 World Cup bid having been the target of bribery allegations, Saudi sports authority chief Turki al-Sheikh has suggested Qatar should be stripped of the tournament if found guilty of wrongdoing, and replaced with England or the United States.“Soccer, and particularly the Qatar World Cup, is an important battlefield in the increasingly overt public relations battle between the Gulf state and its detractors,” said James Dorsey, a fellow at Singapore’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies.– Betrayal –Morocco, which had hoped to become the second country in Africa to host football’s biggest competition after South Africa in 2010, voiced bitter disappointment over what local media has dubbed Riyadh’s betrayal.The press accused Saudi Arabia, Morocco’s long-time ally, of leading an “all-out campaign” in favour of the North American trio, which won the bid by a margin of 69 votes.While the Arab League was reported to have offered its support for Morocco’s bid, at least seven Arab countries voted for the trio, while Qatar voted for the North African country.The Lebanese sports ministry voiced “surprise” that its own football federation voted in favour of the North American bid.Saudi Arabia fans hold scarves and flags before the start of the Russia 2018 World Cup Group A football match between Russia and Saudi Arabia at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on June 14, 2018 © AFP / Patrik STOLLARZSaudi authorities did not respond to AFP’s request for an interview with Sheikh.“The Saudis had been trying to deliver the regional vote to America to underscore their growing geopolitical assertiveness across the Middle East and North Africa, and underscore their bid to be the Trump administration’s closest regional partner,” said Ulrichsen.– ‘Saudi genie’ –Riyadh’s regional ambitions dovetail with the kingdom’s wide-ranging reform drive for a post-oil era.Long known for its ultra-conservative mores, the kingdom has signed deals to host international championships in partnership the wrestling franchise WWE and the Formula E motor racing series.Plans are also afoot to privatise more than a dozen soccer teams in a bid to raise funds.“This strategy plays well in the eyes of Saudis. However, I would question the value of deploying so much diplomatic and financial capital in the sports arena,” said Wald.“It may not yield very much political capital for the amount of money being spent.”But it seems there is no stopping Sheikh, who the Saudi state media said in December had won a regional award for the “Most Influential Figure in Arab Football”.“We were asleep for 15 years,” the Saudi sports chief told CNN in May.“But now we’ve been awoken like a Saudi genie and we’ll achieve results that will astonish everyone.”burs-ac/dv0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
If you’re thinking about college in 2016 make Letterkenny Institute of Technology your number 1 choice this January.With over 50 CAO courses in Science, Engineering, Business and Tourism, to choose from, Letterkenny IT provides students with a vibrant student experience and an extensive range of course choices. Check out this LYIT video for a tour of the campus and sneak peek inside ‘A day in the life of an LYIT student’.For more information on the list of full-time courses available, click on www.lyit.ie/full-timecourses//Letterkenny Institute of Technology – your number 1 CAO choice in 2016.THINKING ABOUT COLLEGE IN 2016? WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE LYIT was last modified: January 4th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CAOdonegalLYIT
Tir Chonaill Gaels Club Notes:Reserves: Our reserve team played two league games over the past week, and came away with maximum points after hard thought wins over Fulham Irish and Parnells respectively.Last Thursday we played a much younger and athletic Fulham Irish and went in at the break trailing by five points. But the many years of experience and a few extra pounds on our side prevailed in the end with good performances from Hugh Cunningham, Fergus Mc Mahon and Barry McDonagh. Final score TCG 1-13 Fulham Irish 2-5.On Saturday we defeated Parnells in a high scoring affair with our very own “Peter Pan” Maurice Carr finding the onion bag to separate the teams.Best on the day were Niall Gilleece, David Cannon and Declan Alcorn; TCG 2-16 Parnells 2-14.Juniors:The junior team travelled to Coventry last Saturday to play the hosts Roger Casements in the Ann Boyle memorial cup.Although not travelling with a full squad the young guns along with a few minors (water Pistols) fought hard and went down in the end by four points.Many thanks again to the Roger Casements club for the invite and superb hospitality.Fixtures: Tuesday 17th June FL Div3; TCG V Moindearg @ Greenford 7-30pmSat 21st June FL Div3; TCG V Shalloe Pearse @ Greenford 3pmSat 21st RFL, TCG V NLS @ Greenford 4-30pmCondolences: The club would like to pass on our condolences to former player Dermot Gordon, his wife Mercedes and family after the passing by of Mercedes father last week at his home in Zaragoza, Spain. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this very difficult time.Lottery:Lotto results for 12/06/2014 Jackpot £2,150Numbers drawn 11-12-14-15, no jackpot winners, £25 lucky dip winners, Sally Lydon, c/o TCG, Colin, c/o Three Wishes, John Mc Grath, c/o TCG, Mick McGlynn, Dunkinelly, CO Donegal. Next draw takes place in the club on Thursday 19th June with a jackpot of £2,200. Play online at www.tirchonaillgaels.comGAA NEWS: TIR CHONAILL GAELS BEATEN BY ROGER CASEMENTS was last modified: June 16th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Tir Chonaill Gaels
Finn Valley AC Spring Series 2015 10KM: 22/03/2015Position Race No. Finish Time Name Gender Club/Group1 1864 34.55 MARK MCPAUL M FVAC2 1855 37.12 ANTHONY DOHERTY M MILLFORD AC3 1880 37.18 DAMIEN MCBRIDE M MILLFORD AC4 1865 38.06 PAT HEGARTY M FVAC5 1984 39.10 LIAM MURRAY M INDIVIDUAL6 1872 39.30 JAMES STEPHENSON M LIFFORD AC7 1875 39.47 ROBERT GALLAGHER M STRABANE8 1862 40.10 PJ HAGAN M MILLFORD AC9 1861 40.17 MICHAEL MCHUGH M MILLFORD AC10 1876 40.26 RAYMOND MCGAHEY M INDIVIDUAL11 1863 40.50 GARVAN BOYCE M FVAC12 1873 41.24 ADRIAN GILL M INDIVIDUAL13 1987 41.40 JOHNNY PATTERSON M INDIVIDUAL14 1975 41.45 SEAN PAUL BYRNE M FVAC15 1986 43.15 JOHN MCFADDEN M INDIVIDUAL16 1988 43.37 MARIE HARPER F FVAC17 1856 43.39 RAYMOND DOHERTY M FVAC18 1892 44.27 JAMES WHORISKEY M MILLFORD AC19 1891 44.37 GERARD DORRIAN M MILLFORD AC20 1886 44.37 HUGH COLL M MILLFORD AC21 1889 44.53 DAMIEN MURPHY M RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS22 1860 45.03 ANDREW LEIGHTON M CONVOY AC23 1901 45.11 GARY NEELY M SWANLINGS24 1894 45.35 PATRICK CARR M INDIVIDUAL25 1869 45.58 NOREEN BONNER F FVAC26 1974 46.23 SINEAD KENNY F FVAC27 1888 47.51 WILLIAM FRENEY M RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS28 1989 47.52 ROBERT HARPER M INDIVIDUAL29 1879 48.16 MARK GLYNN M CONVOY AC30 1896 48.21 WESLEY MCKANE M FVAC31 1866 48.23 PAUL WHELAN M FVAC32 1871 48.30 ALAN CATTERSON M FVAC33 1983 48.31 AIDAN KELLY M SWANLINGS34 1897 48.36 MARTIN ANDERSON M FVAC35 1859 48.32 IMELDA GALLAGHER F INDIVIDUAL36 1858 48.43 MARY GALLAGHER F INDIVIDUAL37 1857 48.44 SEAN MCDEVITT M INDIVIDUAL38 1887 49.09 EUGENE MCGINLEY M RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS39 1893 49.43 MARIE MCATEER F INDIVIDUAL40 1903 49.45 TERENCE QUINN M RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS41 1877 49.46 CAROLINE MCELWAINE F INDIVIDUAL42 1959 49.46 RAJ MEHAN M RAPHOE ROAD RUNNERS43 1874 50.03 PADDY DOHERTY M INDIVIDUAL44 1895 50.06 MARTINA CARR F INDIVIDUAL45 1881 50.33 JUSTIN MCCAULEY M INDIVIDUAL46 1890 50.49 BRIAN DOHERTY M SWANLINGS47 1980 51.04 JOE MULHERN M INDIVIDUAL48 1878 52.48 CLARE MOLLOY F INDIVIDUAL49 1870 53.52 BRENDAN MARTIN M KCR50 1882 56.16 MARY HARPER F CONVOY AC51 1885 56.16 KAY BONNER F CONVOY AC52 1963 56.48 PETER MACKEY M INDIVIDUAL53 1884 56.53 ROSEMARY PARKINSON F CONVOY AC54 1961 57.56 WENDY SCANLAN F INDIVIDUAL55 1854 58.00 BERNY LOVE F INDIVIDUAL56 1960 61.02 RHONA SWEENEY F INDIVIDUAL57 1990 61.27 JULIE MCCREA F PETTIGO RUNNERS58 1902 63.12 ANNMARIE LYNCH F INDIVIDUAL59 1868 64.16 LAURA CRANE F INDIVIDUAL60 1977 65.40 AUDREY CRWAFORD F INDIVIDUAL61 1883 67.12 EMMA MUNGUR F CONVOY AC62 1867 70.15 BERNIE MCINTYRE F INDIVIDUAL63 1981 77.15 MARY BYRNE F INDIVIDUAL64 1976 74.12 CHARLOTTE GALLAGHER F INDIVIDUAL65 1985 78.30 CATHERINE DOHERTY F INDIVIDUAL66 1979 79.32 SIOBHAN KELLY-MANGAN F INDIVIDUAL67 1982 79.32 MAEVE MOSS F INDIVIDUAL68 1899 84.10 TERESA BROWNE F INDIVIDUAL69 1898 84.10 SAMANTHA BALDRICK F INDIVIDUAL70 1978 87.42 MANDY MCNULTY F INDIVIDUAL71 1900 88.17 BERNADINE MADDEN F KCR72 1962 88.17 VICKI WALLACE F INDIVIDUALNo. Finishers 72 Finn Valley AC Spring Series 2015 Race 4: 22/03/2015Position Race No. Finish Time Name Gender Club/Group1 535 16.54 STEPHEN CONNOR M FOYLE VALLEY2 515 17.06 ROY MCGILLOWAY M FOYLE VALLEY3 631 17.10 BRIAN MCCREA M FVAC4 623 17.18 JACK MCBRIDE M FVAC5 523 17.28 JOHNNY CANING M FOYLE VALLEY6 540 18.06 SHANE GALLAGHER M FVAC7 642 18.34 SEAMUS ODONNELL M CONVOY AC8 607 18.43 KENNY ODONNELL M FVAC9 598 18.54 GERARD DEVINE M INDIVIDUAL10 534 19.12 JOHN FISHER M FOYLE VALLEY11 539 19.20 BARRY GALLAGHER M FVAC12 652 19.22 PADDY PENROSE M FVAC13 590 19.25 PETER MCMENAMIN M INDIVIDUAL14 527 19.32 BARRY CHAMBERS M FVAC15 533 19.39 KAREN GALLAGHER F FVAC16 656 19.39 CATRIONA CONNOLLY F FVAC17 671 19.40 NIALL ELLIOTT M LIFFORD AC18 643 19.45 MICHEAL GALLAGHER M KCR19 645 19.47 JOE CARLIN M KCR20 510 19.58 SARAH DOHERTY F INDIVIDUAL21 578 20.07 RITCHIE DUNCAN M CASTLEFINN RUNNING22 628 20.12 SHAUN BOYCE M INDIVIDUAL23 610 20.22 EAMONN CONNOLLY M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC24 544 20.24 DREW DOHERTY M FVAC25 613 20.42 ADRIAN DEVINE M CASTLEFINN RUNNING26 632 20.47 JOSEPH BROWNE M INDIVIDUAL27 647 20.50 DARREN WASSON M INDIVIDUAL28 612 20.52 NOLEEN SCANLAN F INDIVIDUAL29 519 20.55 MANUS PEOPLES M INDIVIDUAL30 689 20.59 CONOR MCGONAGLE M CASTLEFINN RUNNING31 511 21.11 DEIRDRE SHIELS F INDIVIDUAL32 568 21.13 STEPHEN DOHERTY M KCR33 580 21.41 KEVIN GALLAGHER M SLCC34 609 21.42 SEAN MCMENAMIN M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC35 563 21.51 MICHELLE HUNTER F FVAC36 608 21.54 SEAN OLEARY M FVAC37 591 21.56 KARIN DUFFNER F FV FIT4LIFE38 660 21.59 NIALL MULRINE M INDIVIDUAL39 582 22.11 MICHAEL MCMENAMIN M FVAC40 662 22.15 DECLAN CARLIN M CASTLEFINN RUNNING41 557 22.20 CARMEL MCBRIDE F KCR42 675 22.23 DARRAGH CRAWFORD M INDIVIDUAL43 508 22.28 MARIA BOYLE F FV FIT4LIFE44 678 22.43 JOANNE CAMPBELL F NFFC45 560 22.46 PAUL GALLEN M KCR46 672 22.49 ASHLEIGH MCARDLE F LIFFORD AC47 575 22.50 LIAM MCMULLAN M INDIVIDUAL48 625 22.55 JAMES LAIRD M CASTLEFINN RUNNING49 574 22.56 CLARA CARROLL F FV FIT4LIFE50 605 22.57 NOEL DUFFY M INDIVIDUAL51 606 23.02 AMANDA MCBREARTY F CASTLEFINN RUNNING52 615 23.03 MICHAEL DOHERTY M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC53 551 23.04 CARL HOUSTON M CASTLEFINN RUNNING54 655 23.07 CONOR MURPHY M FVAC55 677 23.10 GARETH DOHERTY M INDIVIDUAL56 570 23.11 CAROLINE MCNULTY F FV FIT4LIFE57 670 23.14 JAMES MAGUIRE M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC58 555 23.15 EAMONN MCCONNELL M CASTLEFINN RUNNING59 501 23.18 JOEY OLEARY M CASTLEFINN RUNNING60 627 23.22 CAROLINE MCGUIRE F FVAC61 517 23.26 GLENDA KELLY F KCR62 673 23.37 BARRY MCARDLE M LIFFORD AC63 554 23.46 SINEAD MCCONNELL F CASTLEFINN RUNNING64 639 23.48 JAMIE LOGUE M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC65 592 23.50 ELAINE MCGOLDRICK F CASTLEFINN RUNNING66 684 23.54 JOHN CREGG M LIFFORD AC67 640 23.55 SHARON HAMILTON F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC68 542 23.56 RAMONA GALLAGHER F FV FIT4LIFE69 619 24.05 ROBERT BUCHANAN M CONVOY AC70 618 24.06 CATHAL MCBRIDE M CONVOY AC71 543 24.20 EVELYN MCGEEHAN F FV FIT4LIFE72 514 24.23 MELANIE SWEENEY F CASTLEFINN RUNNING73 518 24.27 MARY MARTIN F FV FIT4LIFE74 596 24.38 GAYNOR HINDLEY F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC75 691 24.39 DAVID MCHUGH M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC76 584 24.41 SABRINA SPRATT F CASTLEFINN RUNNING77 581 24.47 JOANNE CAMPBELL F FV FIT4LIFE78 588 24.50 MARIE MCCOLGAN F FV FIT4LIFE79 541 24.51 HELENE MCMENAMIN F FV FIT4LIFE80 505 24.52 MARCELLA MCBRIDE F CASTLEFINN RUNNING81 663 24.53 EUGENE BOYLE M CASTLEFINN RUNNING82 571 24.58 NATASHA WHITE F CASTLEFINN RUNNING83 512 24.59 LIAM TOURISH M CASTLEFINN RUNNING84 549 25.00 EMMA LAWRENCE F CASTLEFINN RUNNING85 646 25.24 ANDREW MCCOLLUM M INDIVIDUAL86 601 25.28 CORA HARVEY F FV FIT4LIFE87 674 25.32 CLARE ELLIOTT F LIFFORD AC88 579 25.40 MARIE DUFFY F FV FIT4LIFE89 526 25.46 AINE LYNCH F FV FIT4LIFE90 531 25.51 LISA FERGUSON F FV FIT4LIFE91 644 25.47 SIOBHAN MURRAY-BRADY F FV FIT4LIFE92 597 26.05 CATHERINE DEVLIN F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC93 661 26.07 EMER LAUGHLIN F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC94 680 26.11 DIARMUID ODONNELL M LIFFORD AC95 506 26.18 PAULA JANSEN F FV FIT4LIFE96 616 26.30 ROISIN BROGAN F CONVOY AC97 614 26.55 MARGARET DOHERTY F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC98 599 27.13 COLLETTE CALLAGHAN F KCR99 585 27.14 CHARLENE GILLESPIE F CASTLEFINN RUNNING100 556 27.20 MARGARET LAFFERTY F CASTLEFINN RUNNING101 516 27.26 NICOLA KEE F KCR102 681 27.41 CORMAC ODONNELL M LIFFORD AC103 629 27.45 MIRRIAM ODONNELL F FV FIT4LIFE104 552 27.54 RYAN DAVIS M FVLC BEGIN2RUN105 507 27.56 TANYA HALL F CONVOY AC106 522 28.03 MELAINE PENROSE F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC JNR107 521 28.07 BERNIE MCMENAMIN F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC108 658 28.08 YVONNE WAUCHOPE F MELVIN109 626 28.13 CHRISTINE BARRON F FV FIT4LIFE110 635 28.22 BARRY DUFFY M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC111 669 28.30 PAUL BRADY M INDIVIDUAL112 561 28.35 DENISE MOSS F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC113 528 28.47 DONNA CHAMBERS F KCR114 667 28.53 PATRICK MURPHY M FVAC115 665 28.54 EMMA MURPHY F FVAC116 520 28.56 MARIE GALLAGHER F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC117 651 29.04 SINEAD BOYCE F FV FIT4LIFE118 569 29.15 BRENDA DOHERTY F FV FIT4LIFE119 547 29.20 CATHERINE MORRIS F CASTLEFINN RUNNING120 602 29.30 LOUISE CALLAGHAN F KCR121 636 29.30 AMANDA DUFFY F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC122 589 29.36 ANN STRAIN F CONVOY AC123 529 29.41 BRID GALLEN F FV FIT4LIFE124 621 29.43 LORETTA MCNULTY F CASTLEFINN RUNNING125 686 29.44 SAMANTHA REID F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC126 548 29.46 KEVIN MCHUGH M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC127 538 29.47 SINEAD MCGRANAGHAN F KCR128 620 29.49 FIONNUALA MCBRIDE F CASTLEFINN RUNNING129 617 29.56 NOREEN MCKELVEY F KCR130 676 29.56 CHARLIE DOHERTY M KCR131 536 30.03 NUALA FRIEL F KCR132 692 30.03 RONAN MCHUGH M AGHYARAN ATHLETIC133 637 30.05 ELAINE COYLE F MELVIN134 638 30.07 GERALDINE DOHERTY F MELVIN135 559 30.20 GRAINNE RICE F LIFFORD FIT4LIFE136 558 30.21 ROSEMARY BOGGS F LIFFORD FIT4LIFE137 649 30.25 BETTY GALLEN F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC138 530 30.33 DENISE FERGUSON F FV FIT4LIFE139 586 30.48 SHARON NEESON F KCR140 595 31.02 NICOLA BONNER F CONVOY AC141 666 31.07 AISHLING MURPHY F FVAC142 594 31.22 FRANCES WILSON F KCR143 562 31.23 CAROLINE CATTERSON F KCR144 503 31.27 SIOBHAN KEEGAN F INDIVIDUAL145 685 31.32 KAREN BURKE F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC146 546 31.36 MICHELLE MORRIS F CASTLEFINN RUNNING147 565 31.37 OONAGH QUINN F CASTLEFINN RUNNING148 502 31.39 NICOLA GREGG F CONVOY AC149 504 31.41 MARY GRIFFIN F INDIVIDUAL150 513 31.55 GERALDINE MCGLINCHEY F CASTLEFINN RUNNING151 657 31.59 GEMMA PATTON F MELVIN152 509 32.14 YVONNE BOYLE F FVAC153 687 32.19 HEATHER MONTGOMERY-MORRFISON AGHYARAN ATHLETIC154 624 32.42 ESTELLE MCCLELLAND F CONVOY AC155 668 32.49 PATRICIA OBRIEN F KCR156 532 33.04 CATHERINE MYLES F FV FIT4LIFE157 583 33.11 KAREN SMITH F FV FIT4LIFE158 664 33.20 EITHNE BROWNE F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC159 576 33.30 ANGELA MCHUGH F LIFFORD FIT4LIFE160 566 33.38 NIAMH QUINN F CASTLEFINN RUNNING161 593 33.49 LOUISE STRAIN F CONVOY AC162 537 33.56 VIVIENNE MERRITT F KCR163 634 33.59 EDWARD CRAWFORD M INDIVIDUAL164 633 33.59 MARIOSA CRAWFORD F INDIVIDUAL165 604 34.04 KAREN GALLEN F INDIVIDUAL166 693 34.10 LUCIA KELLY F KCR167 683 34.43 MAGGS ODONNELL F LIFFORD AC168 573 34.45 MARGARET MULLAN F FV FIT4LIFE169 622 34.46 SHARON DEERY F CONVOY AC170 545 35.06 ELAINE LANGAN F CASTLEFINN RUNNING171 611 35.46 LOUISE CURRAN F CONVOY AC172 641 35.46 DAVINA ODONNELL F CONVOY AC173 659 35.50 WANDA PATTON F MELVIN174 688 36.15 CAROLINE MCCABE F INDIVIDUAL175 577 36.15 REA DOHERTY F INDIVIDUAL176 654 36.18 MARIE TINNEY F KCR177 653 36.18 ANNE KELLY F KCR178 572 36.26 EIMEAR BYRNE F FV FIT4LIFE179 525 36.50 ROBERT BEATTIE M CASTLEFINN RUNNING180 567 37.17 MARIE LYNCH F CASTLEFINN RUNNING181 690 37.51 PATRICIA LUCAS F FV FIT4LIFE182 648 38.06 MARY PENROSE F AGHYARAN ATHLETIC183 587 38.18 LORRAINE DOHERTY F KCR184 553 38.38 EDDIE MCHUGH M CASTLEFINN RUNNING185 682 38.52 AOIBHINN ODONNELL F LIFFORD AC186 679 38.54 BRENDAN ODONNELL M LIFFORD AC187 603 38.56 LIZ GALLEN F KCR188 524 41.27 CATHY GALLAGHER F CASTLEFINN RUNNING189 550 41.27 JACQUELINE HOUSTON F CASTLEFINN RUNNING190 630 52.02 FIONA MCGINLEY F FV FIT4LIFENo. Finishers 190THLETIC JNRA Finn Valley AC Spring Series 2015 Team Challenge(Women first 10 to score, Men first 8 to score)TEAMS (women) Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 TotalFV Fit4Life 1102 1093 793 631 3619Castlefinn Running 1207 1082 887 772 3948Aghyaran Athletic 1677 1429 1280 1004 5390KCR 1597 1299 1500 1060 5456TEAMS (men) Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 TotalCastlefinn Running 376 367 332 334 1409Aghyaran Athletic 1000 390 301 541 2232KCR 957 1000 1000 1000 3957 FINN VALLEY AC SPRING SERIES RESULTS was last modified: March 24th, 2015 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:Finn Valley ACSPRING SERIES RESULTS
GORTAHORK has hosted more than 100 Irish language university students from the North.The BA Irish Language and Literature students from the University’s Belfast, Coleraine and Magee campuses spent a week in the area on an intensive language programme delivered by University of Ulster staff.Irish language students at Ulster have been attending immersion courses in the Gortahork area of County Donegal for more than 30 years but this year’s course marked a change in structure. Dr Malachy Ó Néill, Head of School of Irish Language and Literature explained “Traditionally our students have spent a fortnight on the residential Gaeltacht course around Easter each year but this has become increasingly difficult in recent times for students who work part-time and who also have coursework deadlines to meet late in the second semester.“The new structure means that students have the opportunity to fulfil the course requirements in terms of residency in a Gaeltacht community by spending one week there per semester. The second course is scheduled for March 2013.”Dr Gearóid Ó Domagáin, Director of the Gaeltacht Course, said he was delighted with the high level of attendance and engagement from the student body.“I would also like to acknowledge the support from Ulster staff who travelled to Donegal to organise and deliver language lessons, seminars and cultural activities. “This year we also introduced a series of afternoon lectures which greatly enriched the course. This enabled students to benefit from new perspectives on their courses in language and literature while resident in an Irish-speaking environment.”All teaching was delivered through the medium of Irish and students and staff stayed with local Irish-speaking families throughout the week. The course concluded with a dinner and Céilí Mór. BOOST FOR GORTAHORK AS 100 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ATTEND IRISH COURSE was last modified: November 15th, 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:BOOST FOR GORTAHORK AS 100 UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ATTEND IRISH COURSE
Following the Gopher Invitational, Drake travels to the Missouri Valley Conference Individuals, Oct. 5-7, in Springfield, Mo. Print Friendly Version In doubles play, Sophia Haleas (Clarendon Hill, Ill.) and Daria Walczak (Lodz, Poland) defeated North Dakota’s Ochoterena/Finnigan 6-4 and then lost to Minnesota’s Emme/Zhang 6-2. In singles action, Kelsey Neville (Antioch, Ill.) defeated South Dakota’s Tranberg 6-4, 6-1 while Walczak lost to South Dakota’s Kmoskova 4-6, 6-4, 6-0. Box Score MINNEAPOLIS – The Drake University women’s tennis team finished its stay at the Gopher Invitational Sunday, Sept. 23 at the Baseline Tennis Center.
Bayern defeated Schalke 04 3-0 in their last game. (PHOTO/Courtesy)The German Bundesliga returns this weekend with 9 fixtures across Germany.Defending champions Bayern Munich will be at home to Mainz in what should be a straight forward affair for the Bavarians.After a shock 2-2 draw at home to Hertha Berlin on opening day, Bayern resumed business as usual, dispatching Schalke 04 3-0 away from home.Robert Lewandowski has pretty much been doing it all alone as he has scored all of Bayern’s five goals this season.Despite winning 3-0 last weekend, Bayern have looked fragile at the back and it will be an area of concern going into Saturday’s encounter.Nico Kovac has tinkered with his starting central defence partnership in the first two games as he played Nikolas Sule and Benjamin Paverd against Hertha and then paired the former with Lucas Hernandez in game two.With the combination having secured a clean sheet against Schalke, Sule and Hernandez are expected to be maintained for a second game running.In the middle, marque signing Philip Coutinho is expected to make his full debut after securing a move from Barcelona last Monday. The Brazilian came off the bench last week and impressed.For Mainz, they are in dare need of points already, having lost their first two games.A 3-0 loss at Freiburg was followed up with a 3-1 loss at home to Borrusia Monchengladbach and Sandro Schwarz’s sided are already in danger of topping the book-makers list of relegation favorites.Results are not coming and their sick-bay is already filled up with up to six first-teamers currently nursing injuries.This looks like a forward win for Bayern who have beaten Mainz in all four of their last head to head meetings.As Bayern will be trying to secure easy points at home, rivals Dortmund will be away to newly-promoted Union Berlin.Dortmund have hit the ground running this season, winning all of their first two games, scoring an impressive 8 goals whilst conceding just twice in the process.On opening weekend, they humiliated Augsburg 5-1 before coming from a goal down to defeat Koln 3-1.Their front three of Jordan Sancho, Paco Alcacer and Marco Reus are all in good form and will be expected to lead the Black and Yellows to a perfect 9 points from three games.Union Berlin on the other hand are yet to win a Bundesliga game since attaining promotion three months ago.The debutants have lost 4-0 at home to RB Leipzig and scrapped to a 1-1 draw away to Augsburg last weekend.Three points of Dortmund may be a dream but if Berlin can at least get a point in the game, it may be the inspiration they require to kick-start their bid to survive an instant return to the second tier.The Bundesliga will kick-off on Friday with a mouth-watering fixture pitting Monchengladbach at home to high-flying RB Leipzig.Gladbach bounced back from a disappointing Match-Day 1 draw at home to Schalke as they defeated Mainz 3-1 away from home.However, they are set to be without six players including captain Lars Stindl for the visit of a Leipzig side that has so far won all their games this season.Julian Nagelsmann’s side beat Union Berlin 4-1 and then Frankfurt 2-1 and will be favourites for a win on Friday.All the German Bundesliga Match-Day 3 fixturesFriday, 30-08-2019-Gladbach vs Leipzig @9:30pmSaturday, 31-08-2019-Bayern vs Mainz @4pm-Leverkusen vs Hoffenheim @4pm-Wolfsburg vs Paderborn @4pm-Freiburg vs Koln @4pm-Schalke vs Hertha Berlin @4pm-Union Berlin vs Dortmund @7:30pmSunday, 01-09-2019-Bremen vs Augsburg @4pm-Frankfurt vs Dusseldorf @7pmComments Tags: German Bundesligatop
5 December 2014South Africa’s Acting President Cyril Ramaphosa has called on South Africans to honour the memory of former late President Nelson Mandela on Friday.“On 5 December 2013, we lost the father of the nation, one of the most revered leaders our country has ever produced, Nelson Mandela,” Ramaphosa said, on behalf of President Jacob Zuma who is currently in China on a state visit.He encouraged the country to observe a moment of silence at 10am until 10.03am, when South Africans everywhere are asked to sing the national anthem.To call the country to attention, churches, mosques, temples, factories, schools and motorists are asked to ring their bells, sirens, hoot and use loud hailers at 3 minutes and 7 seconds to 10am (09:56:53).This would make the time from the signal to the end of the three minutes of silence exactly 6 minutes and 7 seconds – symbolising the 67 years Mandela gave to the cause of freedom.Read more on Media Club South Africa: How to remember Nelson Mandela on 5 December“South Africans are urged to wear their favourite Mandela t-shirt, shirt or other memorabilia on December 5 in his remembrance,” the Presidency said.All of those on social media are asked to use #RememberMandela to share their memories of Nelson Mandela.“In his memory we draw strength and comfort from the love, support and unity he bequeathed to the people of South Africa, Africa and the world. We are stronger and more united by the legacy he left us,” Ramaphosa said.“Let us all keep Nelson Mandela’s legacy alive by living his values in every aspect of our own lives – unflinching sacrifice in the humble service of all of humanity. All South Africans are urged to play their part in moving South Africa forward as part of efforts to build a better South Africa, in a better Africa, in a better world, and in memory of this icon of our people, Nelson Mandela.”There will be a wreath-laying ceremony attended by veterans of the struggle, including Madiba’s life-long friend and confidant Ahmed Kathrada, at the Mandela statue on the Union Buildings lawns at 8am on Friday.Source: SAnews.gov