The Kingston and St Andrew Football Association (KSAFA) is to sell the building that houses its headquarters at 40 Old Hope Road as the organisation embarks on finding a more fitting home.The administration has also already identified two prospective properties that are deemed to be more suitable and is in the process of making an acquisition.The development was revealed by KSAFA President Ambassador Stewart Stephenson at the launch of the 2016 David Hunt Management Seminar at the headquarters of sponsor Mayberry Investments Limited on Oxford Road in Kingston recently.The seminar is set for today at the Melbourne Cricket Club.The existing headquarters was bought by KSAFA in 2011 by the then administration led by President Rudolph Speid. In 2012, the property was said to be valued at $28 million. But according to Ambassador Stephenson, the property does not fit with the kind of image that KSAFA would want to have as a home.”As KSAFA continues to build and provide professional services for our association and our clubs we have had to look at the facilities that we occupy, and I am happy to announce that just yesterday (Wednesday) we signed a contract to sell our premises at 40 Old Hope Road, which was not appropriate in our judgement for building the kind of image and the kind of organisation that we want,” Stephenson said.Ambassador Stephenson said the contract that was signed Wednesday will conclude in four months and the association has already received a deposit on the sale.”We met with our clubs and they voted without objection for the sale of the building on Friday, the 15th of January for us to find a more appropriate location that reflects the needs of KSAFA with adequate parking etc. There is no reason why KSAFA should not look as good as Mayberry or any other corporate enterprise.”
Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title She’s tied with Alessandrini and UP’s Isa Molde at the fourth spot of the Best Scorers ladder, and she’s got to this level through sheer consistency and versatility.Laure’s lowest production in her first three games in the collegiate level is 12 points and that was in UST’s loss to Ateneo while her other games saw her put up 18 and 17 points.She’s also seventh in the Best Blockers category with an average of 0.62 kill blocks per set and fourth in the Best Spikers table with a success rate of 33.94 percent.6. Jolina Dela Cruz (De La Salle University, opposite hitter)Jolina dela Cruz. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFilling in the shoes of Kianna Dy is no small feat for a new Lady Spiker but rookie Jolina Dela Cruz has shown the moxie needed to make a name for herself in the illustrious De La Salle program.Dy was a one-time Finals MVP and owner of three titles with her role as La Salle’s opposite hitter for five years looming over anyone who would eventually take her place but Dela Cruz, well for the first two games, has shown she’s ready.Dela Cruz was steady for the Lady Spikers scoring a total of 21 points in her first two games, 11 of which came in their 25-14, 25-17, 16-25, 25-19 win over Ateneo in the opening weekend.With 17,166 fans watching her at Mall of Asia Arena, Dela Cruz displayed utter calm in an atmosphere that would easily rattle and break anyone let alone a rookie.7. Isa Molde (University of the Philippines, outside spiker)Isa Molde. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netCarlos and Molde are UP’s star pairing but there are times when Molde would take a backseat to the more physically imposing Carlos. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying 1. Kat Tolentino (Ateneo de Manila University, opposite hitter)Kat Tolentino. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netShe’s not called “Big Kat” for nothing.Kat Tolentino was Ateneo’s talisman for the first two weeks of the competition and she made it known that she’s a force to be reckoned with this year having totaled a league best 57 points after three games.After a small hiccup against De La Salle in Ateneo’s first game of the season, the Lady Eagles have since racked up two straight wins against UST and last year’s runner-up Far Eastern University wherein Tolentino showed her prowess.Tolentino put up 22 points in Ateneo’s four-set win against the Golden Tigresses, 25-21, 25-18, 16-25, 25-22, and she showed her heart and character in the next game.ADVERTISEMENT Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MANILA, Philippines—It’s finally here.The UAAP’s most anticipated sport in the second semester is two weeks in and the action did not disappoint.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsDefending champion De La Salle is holding fort on the top seed with a 2-0 record while University of Santo Tomas, University of the Philippines, and Ateneo are all knocking at the gates with identical 2-1 cards.It’s still early in the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament, but some players wasted little time in showcasing their chops. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Every week, INQUIRER Sports will be ranking the seven best performers in the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament. The author will base the rankings on the players’ team standings, statistics, and the intangibles that don’t appear on the stat sheets.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief After scoring just two points after the first two sets, Tolentino lit up and finished with 19 points in the Lady Eagles’ comeback victory against the Lady Tamaraws, 14-25, 19-25, 25-21, 25-18, 15-12.2. Cherry Rondina (University of Santo Tomas, outside spiker)Cherry Rondina. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netCherry Rondina doesn’t have to do everything for UST this time, but the “Cherry Bomb” remains explosive as ever.UST’s captain is the second-leading scorer behind Tolentino with 54 points and has been consistent throughout the first three games for the Golden Tigresses.Rondina scored 17 points in the two UST wins before tallying 20 in a losing effort against Ateneo as she tried to cover up for some offensive lapses by her team.Needless to say, Rondina’s production is still in the upper echelon of the league despite having major support from rising stars Milena Alessandrini and Eya Laure.3. Diana Carlos (University of the Philippines, outside spiker)Diana Carlos. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netShe’s the skipper of University of the Philippines and she’s showing why everything goes through her.Diana Carlos is the emotional leader of the Lady Maroons and she’s displayed her offensive abilities by taking the third spot in the Best Scorers table with a total of 52 points.Interestingly, Carlos is similar to Rondina in the sense that she’s produced the most points in a loss. Carlos had 20 points in UP’s loss to UST, 21-25, 25-22, 25-16, 25-20, while scoring 15 and 17 points in the Lady Maroons’ two victories.4. Milena Alessandrini (University of Santo Tomas, outside spiker)Milena Alessandrini. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netIt’s already mentioned that Rondina got some help in Season 81, and the first of whom was reigning Rookie of the Year Milena Alessandrini.The second-year hitter already showed promise back in Season 80 but she missed a chunk of the tournament due to injury, but she’s now in full health to help the Golden Tigresses.Alessandrini is tied with another Golden Tigress in the fourth spot of the Best Scorers table but she got the higher nod in this list due to her brilliant turnaround from being pedestrian against Ateneo to being a speedster UST’s win against UP.After scoring just 10 points in UST’s loss to Ateneo, Alessandrini erupted for 22 points in the Golden Tigresses’ victory against the Lady Maroons.5. Eya Laure (University of Santo Tomas, opposite hitter)Eya Laure. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netIt’s safe to say that Eya Laure has lived up to the hype.Tabbed as a frontrunner for the Rookie of the Year plum even before the start of the tournament, Laure has shown that she can dance with the big girls.Laure was a winner of multiple awards in high school including the MVP and the Rookie of the Year and she’s so far translated that talent into the collegiate game. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? 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Corentyne murderThe 28-year-old Corentyne, Berbice man who ingested a poisonous substance after stabbing his ex-wife to death is now in stable condition at the Port Mourant Hospital.Tovannie Simmons and Imran Lyte in happier timesImran Lyte, of Limlair Village, Corentye, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne), stabbed the woman, Tovannie Simmons, some 10 times about her body following an argument at her Second Street, Limlair Village home.He then fled the scene of the crime and was later rushed to the Hospital by relatives after ingesting the substance. Lyte remains under Police guard at the Port Mourant Hospital.It was previously reported by Guyana Times that Lyte and his sister went to Simmons’ home to discuss a matter involving her brother, which allegedly occurred last Sunday when a heated argument ensued and the suspect whipped out a knife and attacked his ex-wife.The dead woman’s mother, Jacklyn Henry, related that Simmons was visited by her ex-husband and his sister and they were sitting at the table having a discussion when he started stabbing the mother of four.“He grab she and start jooking she and she holla and jump on me; I went in the chair sitting down and I try fuh block he and he fire the knife at me and she run out on the landing,” Simmons’ mother said.Henry further explained that Lyte went on to the veranda where a relative tried to restrain him, but he was able to free himself and pursued Simmons, continuing to stab her.On Saturday last, Simmons had gone to collect her children from another part of the village and on her journey, she was confronted by Lyte, who accused her of allowing her friends to taunt his new lover. Lyte reportedly hit Simmons, and in retaliation, one of her sisters reportedly kicked him causing him to fall into a nearby trench. Her brother then intervened, and he was stabbed by Lyte. A report was made to the Police.
Gilmore finished in 1:07:00, and Jansen van Rensberg took third in 1:15:40. Fourth went to Dawit Feyissa in 1:16.28, and rounding out the top five was Gary Hilderman as he clocked in at 1:21:51.Kevin Shaw found himself in sixth with a time of 1:26:15, Davide Loro was seventh as he crossed the line in 1:27:55, Pat Ferris registered a time of 1:31:20 for eighth place, and ninth went to Sam Keats in 1:39:45.The next event for the Blizzard Bike Club goes Thursday evening at 6:30 with a cyclo cross event at North Peace Secondary School.- Advertisement –
TWO DOGS have been found at Mountain Top in Letterkenny.One is a white husky and the other is a small brown terrier type dog.And they certainly seem to be getting on together! If these dogs are yours call PJ on 083 1423002. TWO DOGS FOUND IN LETTERKENNY. ARE THEY YOURS? was last modified: December 30th, 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:dogs foundletterkenny
THE third 5k of the Finn Valley AC series resulted in a home winner today as Dean Toland took the honours in 16:35.All the placings are below:Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 2371 16.35 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A C2 2387 17.17 Gerard Callaghan SM Individual3 2364 17.35 Shane McNulty SM Finn Valley A C4 1441 17.56 Zachary McGowan JM City Of Derry 5 2205 17.56 Patrick Penrose JM Finn Valley A C6 2358 18.04 Adrian Gallagher SM Individual7 2255 18.18 Kieran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C8 2405 18.28 Pauric Breslin JM Individual9 1686 18.35 Paul Gallagher SM Individual 10 1648 18.44 Hugh Coll SM Individual11 2375 18.47 Pat Gallagher SM Inishowen A C12 2274 18.48 Carina Clark SW Sligo A C13 16 18.59 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A C 14 2383 19.01 Paul Murray JM Individual15 2406 19.01 Adam Lynch JM Finn Valley A C16 2386 19.03 Mark McPolland JM Individual17 2423 19.10 Dermot McElchar SM Individual18 2415 19.13 Patrick McGlynn SM Finn Valley A C19 2384 19.14 Joe Calaghan SM Individual20 95 19.15 Michael Penrose M45 Finn Valley A C21 2227 19.16 Gerard Devine SM Individual22 2370 19.24 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C23 2388 19.39 Liam Murray JM Individual24 55 19.43 Dara O’Mahoney JM Lifford A C25 2380 19.45 Owen Boyle JM Individual26 2243 19.49 Peter McMenamin SM Individual27 31 19.53 Chris Gallen SM Individual28 2462 19.54 Drew Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C29 2351 19.57 Darren Price SM Unattached30 2393 19.58 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C31 2350 19.59 Jack McBride SM Castlefinn Runners32 1635 20.00 Tony Gallagher M45 Finn Valley A C33 2424 20.03 Alan McGlinchey JM Lifford A C34 2361 20.06 Eugene Gallen SM Individual35 2458 20.07 Catherine Dooher SW Finn Valley A C36 65 20.10 Brian Gormley SM Individual37 23 20.12 Pauric McNerne SM Individual38 1467 20.16 Patrick Brennan SM Unattached39 2211 20.17 Kay Byrne W45 Finn Valley A C40 2360 20.30 Adam McGranaghan JM Finn Valley A C41 2333 20.31 Paddy Clohessy SM Finn Valley A C42 2390 20.37 Tom Thompson M40 Finn Valley A C43 2416 20.39 Danny McGavigan SM Lifford A C44 2327 20.46 Mark McCafferty SM Finn Valley A C45 63 20.49 Darren Watson SM Individual46 2435 20.50 Mary Connolly SW Finn Valley A C47 2394 20.51 Liam Marley M50 Cranford A C48 58 20.54 Michael Murphy SM Lifford A C49 2349 20.55 Gerard McGlynn SW Castlefinn Runners50 1305 21.00 Irene McFadden SW Individual51 2457 21.00 PJ Friel SM Individual52 1266 21.01 Alan Catterson M40 Individual53 2254 21.02 Owen O’Donnell JM Finn Valley A C54 2382 21.09 Brendan Patton M50 Finn Valley A C55 2359 21.10 Michael Floyd SM Individual56 2389 21.21 Anthony Murray M60 Individual57 2328 21.27 Michael Herron SM Individual58 2167 21.28 Jordan Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C59 91 21.29 Maurice Lafferty SM Individual60 1469 21.30 Pawel Dudek SM Individual61 2381 21.31 Rodney Irwin SM Individual62 2354 21.32 Paul Lee SM Finn Valley A C63 1643 21.40 William Freney M40 Individual64 2463 21.42 Noreen Bonner W55 Finn Valley A C65 2365 21.45 Kathleen McNulty SW Finn Valley A C66 2451 21.46 James McGuire M50 Finn Valley A C67 2373 21.52 Liam McGinty M45 Finn Valley A C68 1715 21.52 Paul O’Donnell SM Individual69 101 22.04 Seamus McLaughlin SM Individual70 2225 22.16 Gabriel O’Leary SM Individual71 1291 22.20 Frank O’Deorain SM Individual72 1424 22.25 Barry Irwin SM Finn Valley A C73 2284 22.26 James McBride SM Individual74 2284 22.26 Shauna Glackin SW Finn Valley A C75 49 22.30 Anne McGettigan SW Individual76 66 22.35 Derek Brennan SM Finn Valley A C77 69 22.38 Enda Doherty SM Finn Valley A C78 2280 22.38 Sinead Boland SW Finn Valley A C79 2447 22.38 Eloise Carlin JM Finn Valley A C80 2362 22.41 Paul Gallen SM Individual81 2222 22.43 Margaret Reid W40 Finn Valley A C82 2395 22.44 Sean McMenamin M50 Finn Valley A C83 74 22.49 Terry McDevitt SM Individual84 2392 22.50 Cronan Scanlon SM Finn Valley A C85 2210 22.53 Aisling McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C86 2226 22.54 Denise Muldoon SW Individual87 2363 22.55 Brendan O’Brien SM Individual88 1644 22.56F Gloria Donaghey W50 Finn Valley A C89 2315 22.57 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A C90 2450 22.58 Stephen Stewart SM Individual91 2246 22.59 Ernie Pollock M50 Individual92 2461 23.05 Laughlin O’Rourke SM Individual93 2439 23.11 Nikkata Gallen JW Finn Valley A C94 2357 23.13 William Doherty SM Unattached95 64 23.17 Andrew McCollum SM Individual96 2407 23.29 Brenda McElhinney SW Individual97 2355 23.30 Mark Foley SM Individual98 2411 23.33 Lauralee Penrose JW Finn Valley A C99 2385 23.34 Paddy Tourish M40 Lifford A C100 2442 23.35 Adam Laird SM Individual101 2270 23.40 Frances Cairns SW Castlefinn Runners102 2446 23.40 Gerald Harkin SM Inishowen A C103 2319 23.40 Joyce McKittrick W40 Lifford A C104 2174 23.47 Danny Burns SM Lifford A C105 2459 23.48 Stephen Henderson SM Finn Valley A C106 57 23.49 Kevin Doherty SM Individual107 2321 23.51 Paul Sweeney SM Individual108 2320 24.00 Colin O’Donnell SM Individual109 2366 24.00 Amy McNulty JW Finn Valley A C110 79 24.05 Ryan Dorrian SM Individual111 1432 24.06 Damien Downey SM Inishowen A C112 2308 24.06 David Olive SM Individual113 2445 24.06 Maureen Houston SW Individual114 2398 24.11 Maria Boyle SW Finn Valley A C115 2234 24.16 PJ Sweeney SM Finn Valley A C116 2369 24.21 Conor Kelly SM Individual117 2178 24.22 James Patton JM Individual118 2288 24.23 Marie McColgan SW Finn Valley A C119 1436 24.44 Eimear Gallen SW Individual120 2304 24.54 Noel Duffy SM Individual121 2404 24.57 Shannon Craig JW Lifford A C122 54 24.59 Niall McBride JM Castlefinn Runners123 2161 25.03 Alison McMonagle SW Individual124 94 25.11 Conal McGinty SM Individual125 1437 25.12 Eugene McGinley M40 Individual126 2449 25.14 Emma Lawne SW Individual127 1260 25.17 John McCandless SM Inishowen A C128 2412 25.19 Marie McGlynn SW Individual129 2344 25.22 Sinead McMenamin SW Castlefinn Runners130 2177 25.24 Paul Patton SM Individual131 15 25.25 Bernie McGuire SW Finn Valley A C132 2464 25.26 Joanne Campbell SW Finn Valley A C133 2374 25.34 Liam McMullan SM Individual134 2421 25.38 Finola Duffy SW Finn Valley A C135 2331 25.40 Gerardette McLaughlin SW Individual136 47 25.44 Bernie McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C137 2335 25.45 Carl Houston SM Castlefinn Runners138 2346 25.46 Kerry Rowan SW Castlefinn Runners139 2403 25.48 Kathleen Craig SW Lifford A C140 2313 25.49 Eugene Duffy SM Individual141 2400 25.50 Martin Anderson SM Finn Valley A C142 2289 25.51 Finola Crawford SW Finn Valley A C143 2348 26.05 Lisa McGlynn SW Castlefinn Runners144 2192 26.10 Matthew Catterson JM Individual145 77 26.14 Seamus Connolly SM Individual146 2237 26.15 Ryan Scanlon SM Individual147 2426 26.16 Sandra Ellison SW Individual148 2312 26.35 Martin McCrudden SM Individual149 2309 26.36 Heather Olive SW Individual150 1426 26.37 Carmel McConnell SW Castlefinn Runners151 2310 26.41 Cora Harvey SW Finn Valley A C152 2301 26.42 Helen McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C153 35 26.50 Mark Gildea SM Individual154 1689 26.53 Helena Witherow SW Individual155 37 26.54 Jimmy Gildea M60 Letterkenny A C156 2410 26.55 Jackie Harvey SW Castlefinn Runners157 1980 27.03 Edel Gildea SW Finn Valley A C158 2221 27.07 Dolores McGlinchey SW Finn Valley A C159 2441 27.08 Arthur Quinn SM Individual160 2253 27.15 Anthony Boland SM Individual161 2378 27.17 michelle Flanndry SW Individual162 2376 27.20 Helen Flanndry SW Individual163 2242 27.30 Michelle Marley SW Individual164 2372 27.34 Trevor Kilpatrick SM Individual165 2279 27.38 Carmel Boland SW Finn Valley A C166 1279 27.39 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C167 51 27.45 Amy McBride JW Castlefinn Runners168 2341 27.55 Irene McNulty SW Castlefinn Runners169 72 27.56 James Boyle SM Finn Valley A C170 2460 27.57 Elaine Park SW Individual171 2296 28.00 Shauna Kelly SW Finn Valley A C172 2336 28.00 Helena Crawford SW Castlefinn Runners173 2173 28.03 Darren Gallen SM Individual174 2248 28.05 Lisa McMonagle SW Individual175 2251 28.06 PJ McMonagle SM Individual176 2302 28.07 Aiden Gallen JM Unattached177 2182 28.16 Maria Coyle SW Individual178 1729 28.16 Kathleen Gallen SW Finn Valley A C179 100 28.17 John Connaghan SM Finn Valley A C180 2323 28.19 Louise Mailey SW Individual181 2440 28.21 Margaret Gallen SW Finn Valley A C182 2322 28.21 John Mailey SM Individual183 2422 28.21 Mary Martin SW Finn Valley A C184 61 28.21 Andrea McGowan SW Finn Valley A C185 2434 28.23 Mary Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C186 2305 28.24 Marie Duffy SW Individual187 2277 28.25 Ann Marie Gibbons SW Finn Valley A C188 2431 28.32 Collette McDermott SW Individual189 2338 28.32 Lisa McGlinchey SW Castlefinn Runners190 2337 28.32 Julie McKinney SW Castlefinn Runners191 2368 28.35 Rhona Kavanagh SW Individual192 1713 28.42 Paula O’Donnell SW Finn Valley A C193 1711 28.43 Olivia Gillen SW Individual194 1478 29.00 Rosemary Boggs SW Lifford A C195 2188 29.00 Jane Thompson SW Individual196 2433 29.00 Conor McHugh SM Individual197 18 29.00 Eireann Gallen JM Finn Valley A C198 2334 29.16 Colleen O’Brien SW Finn Valley A C199 2215 29.22 Conor McGonagle SM Finn Valley A C200 2216 29.22 Michael McGonagle JM Individual201 1986 29.24 Evan Kee JM Finn Valley A C202 2252 29.25 Frances Spencer SW Individual203 81 29.31 Eileen McLaughlin SW Individual204 62 29.32 Debbie Gallagher SW Individual205 41 29.33 Marie Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C206 2273 29.45 Kieranna McCormick SW Individual207 27 29.50 Diane McGarrigle SW Individual208 1979 30.02 Divina Russell SW Finn Valley A C209 2290 30.10 Ciara McBride SW Finn Valley A C210 2316 30.11 Cliona Rushe SW Finn Valley A C211 2377 30.24 Lynn Porter SW Individual212 2379 30.25 Seanie McDevitt JM Individual213 2326 30.37 Denise Moss SW Individual214 2339 30.38 Loretta McNulty SW Castlefinn Runners215 2300 30.40 Victoria Wray SW Finn Valley A C216 2300 30.40 Yvonne Duffy SW Individual217 2409 30.57 Kathleen Lyons SW Individual218 1434 30.57 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford A C219 2166 31.07 Niamh McHugh SW Finn Valley A C220 2444 31.08 Chrissie McNulty SW Castlefinn Runners221 21 31.09 Grainne McElhinney SW Individual222 1724 31.12 Rosemary Monaghan SW Individual223 1428 31.12 Eithne Browne SW Individual224 2417 31.26 Mary Penrose W40 Finn Valley A C225 2342 31.30 Finola McBride SW Castlefinn Runners226 2000 31.37 Brian McMenamin SM Individual227 2191 31.38 Meghan Thompson JW Individual228 2428 31.40 Shannon Duffy SW Individual229 2218 31.41 Barry Duffy SM Individual230 2164 31.52 Susan Doherty W40 Finn Valley A C231 2343 31.53 Finoulla McBride SW Castlefinn Runners232 1985 31.55 Nicola Kee SW Finn Valley A C233 2413 31.57 Oisin McGlynn JM Finn Valley A C234 1978 31.58 Selina Russell SW Finn Valley A C235 2278 32.00 Amy Gibbons JW Finn Valley A C236 83 32.09 Elin Gallen JW Individual237 82 32.10 Mairead Gallen SW Individual238 2236 32.13 Noreen McKelvey SW Castlefinn Runners239 5001 32.46 Maura McCrudden SW Finn Valley A C240 2438 33.00 Sally Doherty SW Individual241 2437 33.00 Claire Irwin SW Finn Valley A C242 1745 33.04 Antoinette Coyle SW Finn Valley A C243 2396 33.05 Janine Boyle JW Finn Valley A C244 34 33.06 Murren Duffy JW Finn Valley A C245 26 33.07 Theresa Browne SW Individual246 2247 33.12 Donna McGowan SW Individual247 2239 33.12 Charlene Rushe SW Individual248 1278 33.26 Jack Catterson JM Finn Valley A C249 2340 33.27 Donna Curran SW Castlefinn Runners250 2204 33.28 Daniel Catterson SM Individual251 2217 33.42 Lillian Lee SW Individual252 2391 33.54 Clemant Clark M50 Lifford A C253 1438 34.05 Eva McCloskey SW Individual254 2271 34.42 Michelle McDaid Walker Individual255 2402 35.16 Joanne Craig SW Lifford A C256 5000 35.18 Stan Coyle SM Individual257 2303 35.31 Yvonne Gallagher SW Individual258 2180 35.34 Christine Lynch SW Individual259 2196 36.18 Elaine Catterson SW Individual260 2397 36.27 Yvonne Boyle JW Finn Valley A C261 2286 36.27 Matthew Cullins SM Individual262 2285 36.58 Sharon Neeson SW Finn Valley A C263 2285 36.58 Sinead Cullin SW Individual264 2235 37.31 Cathleen Sweeney Walker Finn Valley A C265 1681 38.15 Cathleen Bradley SW Individual266 68 38.15 Bridgeen Doherty Walker Finn Valley A C267 67 38.42 Caoimhe Brennan SW Finn Valley A C268 2367 38.55 Claire Kelly SW Individual269 2432 39.07 Joanne McHugh SW Lifford A C270 2272 39.51 Lean Lynch SW Individual271 2175 39.51 Betty Burns SW Lifford A C272 1454 39.59 Margo Duffy SW Individual273 2179 40.03 Tanya McLaughlin SW Individual274 2401 41.39 Wendy Casey SW Lifford A C275 1268 43.15 Caroline Catterson W40 Individual276 1709 43.15 Roisin Gallagher Walker Individual277 78 43.29 Shannon Driscol Walker Individual278 195 43.29 Sheila Martin SW Individual279 194 43.40 Laura Martin SW Individual280 1465 43.40 Nuala Byrne Walker Finn Valley A C281 2207 44.36 Liz Gallen SW Individual282 2418 44.38 Seamus McMenamin SM Individual283 2429 44.38 Eileen Crawford SW Individual284 2430 44.45 Bernie Crawford SW Individual285 1277 44.50 Molly Catterson JW Finn Valley A C286 2414 45.59 Courtney McGlynn JW Finn Valley A C287 2220 46.00 Amanda Duffy SW Individual288 2306 48.17 Karen Smith SW Individual289 2307 48.17 Aoife McGinty SW Individual290 2399 50.13 Pat Boyle SM Finn Valley A C291 1262 50.32 Fiona McGinley Walker Individual292 1723 53.40 Marion Gallen SW Individual293 1722 53.41 Valerie Hogan SW Individual294 2420 53.44 Jenny McMenamin SW Individual295 2240 53.47 Gleanoir Kelly SW Individual296 2241 53.47 Olivia Kelly SW Individual297 2419 53.47 Sean McMenamin SM IndividualATHLETICS: TOLAND WINS FINN VALLEY AC 5K was last modified: March 10th, 2013 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:ATHLETICS: TOLAND WINS FINN VALLEY AC 5K
WORLD championship silver medalist Jason Quigley is home!And he got a hero’s welcome when he arrived at Dublin airport today – before making his way back to the Twin Towns.“It’s great to be home,” said Jason, who made history by being the first ever Irishman to reach a world championship final. “I’ve been overwhelmed by the messages of support. I’m looking forward to getting home and resting.”A large crowd of supporters greeted Jason at the airport – including family and friends.There will be a homecoming party tomorrow evening at the Finn Valley Centre.Patsy McGonagle, from Finn Valley AC, said: “Jason is a fantastic role model. “He is so dedicated to his sport and he is someone for young people to look up to.“His achievements this week have been world class and we are going to see bigger and better things from this great Donegal athlete.”HERO’S WELCOME HOME FOR BOXING STAR JASON was last modified: October 28th, 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:home comingJason Quigley
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake On average, 18 percent of the requests for emergency food and 14 percent of the requests for emergency shelter are estimated to have gone unmet during the past year. Eighty-seven percent of cities said the length of time that people were homeless, an average of seven months, increased during the past year. Lack of affordable housing topped the list of causes of homelessness. Low-paying jobs, mental illness, substance abuse and other things also were factors. Fifty-four percent of the people asking for emergency food were families, children and their parents. Forty percent of the adults requesting food were employed. Officials said evacuees from hurricanes Katrina and Rita have not caused a significant strain on resources, but warned that the impact might be felt next year. SAN FRANCISCO – Americans nationwide needed more emergency food and shelter last year than a year earlier, according to the results of a 24-city survey released Monday by the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Overall, requests for food assistance grew by 12 percent during the past year with 76 percent of the cities surveyed reporting an increase. Appeals for shelter assistance increased by 6 percent with 71 percent of cities showing an increase, according to the annual Hunger and Homelessness Survey. “The statistics continue to get worse and worse in spite of our Herculean efforts,” said San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, who, along with Mayor Paul Pate of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, co-chairs the conference’s Task Force on Hunger and Homelessness. Among the survey’s findings: The data analyzed were collected during November and December 2005 for the period of Nov. 1, 2004, to Oct. 31, 2005, from city officials, community-based providers and government agencies. It was supplemented by population, poverty and unemployment figures from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The BBC is going to air a movie made by chimpanzees. (Note: This is not a Planet of the Apes remake.) A primatologist working on her PhD gave some chimps at the Edinburgh zoo a “Chimpcam,” a camcorder in a “chimp-proof” box, to see what they would come up with. “Despite the fact that the chimps had never taken part in a research project before, they soon displayed an interest in film-making,” the article said. The chimps did not seem particularly interested in the screenplay, though. “The apes are unlikely to have actively tried to film any particular subject, or understand that by carrying Chimpcam around, they were making a film,” the news report ended. “However, the result, as well as providing new information on how chimps like to see the world, may yet go down in television history.” A portion of the footage, showing a chimp apparently licking the lens, accompanies the article. They did not say what its rating will be. If it turns out anything like the Monkey Shakespeare experiment (05/12/2003), it should be rated PG, for primate gross. They probably learned from the demolished typewriters that they had to chimp-proof the Chimpcam to avoid excrement from damaging the electronics. If anything suggestive of “understanding” comes out on the tape, scientific objectivity would look into the possibility of coaching by the zookeepers, and the amount of judicious editing done by intelligent human engineers. This attempt could backfire into a series of legal challenges. Other animals are ostensibly more intelligent than chimpanzees (05/26/2009). They may claim that they were overlooked in the hiring. Flipper, Heckel and Jeckel should call their agents and demand enforcement of equal employment opportunity laws.(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
8 June 2010An extraordinary thing happened recently in the famous chamber of London’s cavernous Royal Albert Hall.With 21 days to go before South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, eight South African stand-up comedians representing a kaleidoscope of the country’s racial diversity kept an overwhelmingly South African audience of more than 3 000 doubled up with laughter for three side-splitting hours.The show, called Bafunny Bafunny – a word-play on the nickname of SA’s national soccer team, Bafana Bafana (the boys) – was an irreverent attempt to build enthusiasm for the world’s largest sporting event among South Africa’s largest expatriate community – sometimes referred to as the tenth province of South Africa.Promoting social cohesionIt was catharsis of the kind that has been kindled – and could be fast-forwarded – by the national convergence and unity of purpose thrust on South Africans by hosting the world’s largest and most diverse sporting event.“The hosting of the 2010 World Cup will change the way the world sees South Africa and the African continent forever,” says President Jacob Zuma, who kicked a mean soccer ball himself while serving time for resistance to apartheid on South Africa’s notorious, Alcatraz-like Robben Island prison.Just as the 2006 World Cup had Germans smiling, drinking beer and waving the national flag en masse for the first time in 60 years, so the first African World Cup in South Africa could have an equally dramatic effect on promoting social cohesion in a country with a lingering legacy of deep racial inequality.Inside the Royal Albert Hall, there were two gigantic South African flags on either side of the massive organ and nothing to remind one that you were sitting in the heart of London’s prime venue.The crowd, a tiny fraction of the estimated 600 000 South Africans in the UK, was mobilised by word-of-mouth and without a single advertisement in mainstream media.Trevor Noah, Nick Rabinowitz, Loyiso Gola, Mark Lottering, John Vlismas, Kagiso Ledega, Mark Banks and Barry Hilton took the gloves off with slick, witty and hugely varied performances.Their repartee – peppered with four-letter words – slaughtered a series of favourite targets: Fifa, the fiery ANC youth leader Julius Malema, the police shoot-first policy, violent crime, and the biggest and most sensitive no-go area of all: race.The targeting of Malema was a moment of truth for the young democracy.After a protracted and heated public debate in April and May, the top disciplinary committee of the ruling African National Congress sanctioned Malema, inter alia, for singing an old liberation song which calls on its cadres to “kill a Boer” after it had been ruled to constitute hate speech by the courts.Boer was the label used to define conservative Afrikaans-speaking South Africans as the enemy during the apartheid era. The ANC has lodged an appeal against the ruling.At the height of the row, a half-forgotten extreme right-wing Boer leader, Eugene Terreblanche (whose name means “white earth” in the language of his French ancestors), was murdered by two black farm workers. The stark reality of the here and now confronted the young democracy.How do you justify a song coveted by one group of South Africans when it calls for the killing of members of another? Do you laugh or cry?‘It’s here. Can you feel it?’At the Royal Albert Hall on 20th May, the only tears to be found were those generated by excessive laughter.For three hours, a diverse audience of South Africans laughed at themselves, at each other and with each other at things that many could not talk about outside the comfort zone of their racial or cultural groups even a few years ago.In recent months, South Africans of all races have been donning Bafana shirts on Fridays, flying the national flag from their car windows, wrapping their rear-view mirrors in socks sporting the national flag, and chanting slogans about Africa’s time has come and: “It’s here. Can you feel it?”There is a rare inclusive outpouring of patriotic fervour.As the row about the noisy but uniquely African trumpet – known as a vuvuzela (Zulu for noise) – is debated on breakfast television shows at home and abroad, South Africans are undergoing a seismic shift in terms of social cohesion and identity which is set to be galvanised by hosting the 2010 World Cup.White South Africans, in the past wedded to rugby while soccer was and remains an overwhelmingly black sport, are starting to take ownership of the national team and willing it to victory despite its low international ranking.As the finishing touches are given to five awesome new stadiums, three transformed airports and a range of new transport and access routes, the level of national excitement is palpable.Estimates of foreign arrivals have come down significantly since the build-up began, which will mean that far more South Africans will get a seat at the stadiums.And there is a healthy ongoing debate about whether the large numbers of poor and unemployed South Africans will benefit from the expenditure of some US$5-billion on stadiums and related infrastructure.The physical benefits for the country’s economic infrastructure are there for all to see.But the most enduring benefactor of the World Cup will be the national psyche and the quest for a common national identity to transcend a deeply divided past.As former President Thabo Mbeki said when he spoke at the handing over ceremony in Berlin in 2006, the German World Cup succeeded in restoring some of Germany’s self-respect after its legacy of national socialism.“We are confident that the 2010 soccer World Cup will do the same to consolidate our self-respect and dignity gained when we attained our freedom and democracy in 1994 and, in a unique way, also help our own nation and the continent of Africa,” Mbeki said.Legacy and reconciliationBafana Captain Aaron Mokoena, even before the World Cup began, has taken the lead in ensuring that the legacy of the 2010 World Cup will benefit future generations of soccer players.A year ago he launched the Aaron Mokoena Foundation, which will ensure that those who were denied an opportunity in the past will benefit from the coaching and mentoring services the Foundation will provide; initially in the sprawling townships south of Johannesburg, including his home town of Boipatong in Sedibeng.“The future of the country is in the hands of the youth,” said Mokoena. “I want to make a contribution to ensure that they have the opportunity to reach for the stars.”An initiative such as John Perlman’s Dreamfields project is ensuring that thousands of would-be soccer players are getting access to kit and playing fields, often in the most remote rural reaches of the country.Local Organising committing CEO, Danny Jordaan, who has become synonymous with the World Cup, sees the staging of the event as a culmination of the anti-apartheid struggle which so effectively used sport to defeat apartheid.In 1995, former President Nelson Mandela used the rugby World Cup as a means of galvanising conservative white support for the country’s first black majority government. The story has been movingly told in the book Invictus by John Carlin and the film of the same name starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon.Mandela was also instrumental in securing the Fifa World Cup for South Africa.“Reconciliation is an important aim of the World Cup.” Jordaan told the Independent on Sunday. “We want to make this country better and more united and I think we will achieve that.”“It will chart a new course in our country’s history,” he said.This article was first published in the Christian Science Monitor (online) and republished on ReConnect Africa.John Battersby is a former southern Africa correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor and a former editor of the Sunday Independent in Johannesburg. He is co-author of Nelson Mandela: A Life in Photographs published by Sterling in the United States in January 2010. Battersby is a trustee of the Aaron Mokoena Foundation.