Education Revolution countdown

first_imgThere are just 58 days left until the Los Angeles municipal general election on May 15 when voters will decide the fate of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education. No good will come of this campaign unless it sparks a great public conversation about our schools. So speak your mind by going to dailynews.com and clicking on Education Revolution or go directly to insidesocal.com/education,where we will post our editorials, information from our reporters and your comments. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Youthful Muluya chases maiden Sharks’ title

first_img0Shares0000Kariobangi Sharks head coach William Muluya issues instructions during the side’s training session at the Utalii Grounds on October 17, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 19 – William Muluya will be leading his Kariobangi Sharks side to their second consecutive Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield final when they take on three-time champions Sofapaka at the Moi Sports Centre on Mashujaa Day.They played in their first ever final last year but lost 2-0 to an experienced AFC Leopards side, coming just a year after they finished third. Muluya, chasing a piece of history on his collar as the man to lead Sharks to their first ever major title wants nothing short but the Shield on Saturday.“The first time we were number three, last year we were number two and this year, the only place to go is number one. We have one choice and I think that is only winning the trophy,” the tactician said as he looks forward to the 3pm kick off at the lush green Kasarani Stadium.Sharks have had a relatively similar season to last year, but the hunger to cap it off with a trophy has been hugely evident and their 4-1 thrashing of Ulinzi Stars in the semis sent a huge statement that they are not just about to come in and enjoy being in the final.Kariobangi Sharks players warm down after the side’s training session at the Utalii Grounds on October 17, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaMuluya who began learning his coaching ropes at Mathare United and was the side’s team manager before moving to Sharks while they were still in the National Super League is keen to ensure he becomes the first coach to aid the side to a title.Looking at the team’s training sessions this week, the tactician is more than convinced they have gathered enough momentum to win and is confident his team will deliver.“Morale is very high and the boys are eager to play and win the final. The energy is very positive and sometimes when you can transform that energy to the match, it becomes easy,” Muluya noted.He says the team has matured better compared to last year and they are now a more improved team and they will definitely play better football against the three-time champions.History will favor Sharks as they have never lost against Sofapaka in their last six meetings including last year’s Shield Quarter Final which they won 3-1 at the Nyayo National Stadium.Kariobangi Sharks winger Harrison Mwendwa controls the ball under pressure from Vincent ‘Crucial’ Wasambo during the side’s training session at the Utalii Grounds on October 17, 2018. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaMuluya hopes history will favor them and continue their dominance against Batoto ba Mungu. They have won three of those six meetings and drawn the other three scoring four goals and conceding only once.“Sometimes history and the culture tells it all. Hstory favors us but we need to respect them (Sofapaka) because they are a good side with experienced players and a very good coach. I think whoever makes less mistakes will win the match and I know we will not have any room for mistakes,” the 32-year old tactician further stated.Muluya will have no fresh injury worries with the only absentees being goalkeeper John Oyemba and midfielder Sven Yidah who have both been long term absentees. Both though have started on-field rehabilitation.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Eight-goal Mazembe set CAF Champions League record

first_img0Shares0000Mohamed Nahiri scores the goal that gave Moroccan club Wydad Casablanca a CAF Champions League group victory over Lobi Stars © AFP / STRINGERJohannesburg, South Africa, Feb 2 – Democratic Republic of Congo outfit TP Mazembe crushed Tunisian visitors Club Africain 8-0 Saturday to achieve a record winning margin for a CAF Champions League group match. The five-time African champions overtook the benchmark set 18 years ago by ASEC Mimosas of the Ivory Coast when they overwhelmed CR Belouizdad of Algeria 7-0 in Abidjan. A few hours after Mazembe completed their destruction of Club Africain, the record was poised to be broken again as Al Ahly of Egypt charged to a 5-0 half-time lead over Simba SC of Tanzania.But the eight-time African champions failed to score during a goalless second half in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria. Mazembe ran riot in Lubumbashi just 14 days after suffering a three-goal hiding away to surprise Group C pacesetters CS Constantine of Algeria.The home side netted four times in each half in the mining town with Kevin Mondeka, Jackson Muleka and veteran Tresor Mputu scoring two each and Mika Miche and Elia Meschak one.Constantine top the table with six points, Mazembe have three and Club Africain none in a section reduced to three clubs after Ismaily of Egypt were disqualified for crowd violence.If Mazembe avoid defeat away to Club Africain in Tunis on February 12 they and Constantine will secure quarter-final places. Mazembe are among the favourites to win the Champions League along with trophy-holders Esperance of Tunisia, Wydad Casablanca of Morocco and Ahly. – Wydad win away –Amr Elsolia, Tunisian Ali Maaloul and Nigerian Junior Ajayi scored as Ahly swept into a three-goal lead and a Karim Walid brace stretched the advantage to five goals by the break.It was the second successive match in which Simba conceded five goals, raising doubts about their ability to go any further in the competition.Ahly, runners-up in the last two editions, top Group D with seven points, V Club of DR Congo have four, Simba three and JS Saoura of Algeria two.Saoura came from two goals behind to draw 2-2 with V Club in Kinshasa where Sid Ali Yahia-Cherif equalised one minute from time. Wydad became the first side to win away in Group A with a first-half penalty converted by Mohamed Nahiri earning a 1-0 victory over lacklustre Lobi Stars of Nigeria in Enugu.The Moroccans had a genuine penalty appeal rejected before Mohamed Ounajem was fouled and Nahiri sent Olufemi Kayode the wrong way from a 19th-minute spot-kick.Ahmed Tagnaouti of Wydad was the busier goalkeeper and did well to push away a Yaya Kone header before half-time on a scorching afternoon in southeastern Nigeria.Wydad squandered a chance to increase their lead midway through the second half as Kayode saved another penalty, taken by Ounajem.Mamelodi Sundowns and Wydad have six points with the South Africans occupying first place on head-to-head records having won 2-1 when the clubs met in Pretoria last month. ASEC Mimosas of the Ivory Coast and Lobi have three points each and need matchday 4 wins against the teams they were beaten by this weekend to get back in contention.Guinean outfit Horoya AC were rewarded for spending a week in Zimbabwe preparing to play FC Platinum when they won 1-0 thanks to a 51st-minute penalty from Marius Assoko in Bulawayo.Orlando Pirates of South Africa and Esperance, who played a drab 0-0 draw in Soweto, have five points each in Group B, Horoya four and Platinum one. 0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

My Donegal… with Erin from Coolest Place on the Planet

first_imgErin McGinty is marking one year since setting up her Instagram account @coolestplaceontheplanet to celebrate the best of Donegal.The Dungloe schoolteacher, who lives near Lifford, is passionate about travelling the county and sharing tourism and fitness journeys with followers online.In her own words, she explains why she was motivated to showcase Donegal as the ‘Coolest Place’: “I moved home last year having left Donegal at 17 to go to college and not returning for 15 years. Having lived and travelled from the US to Europe, Australia to the Middle East, South America to Asia I decided I needed to rediscover my own home county.“I’ve always loved running hiking and eating so I pretty much started doing all that on my own doorstep. I started documenting my travels and at the beginning it was mainly tourists following but now it’s mostly people from Donegal looking to discover everything we have,” Erin said.Grianan Aileach @coolestplaceontheplanetMy Donegal… with Erin McGintyWhere is your favourite place in Donegal and why?Grianan of Aileach has always been my favourite place, the views down over the Swilly and Inch Island are spectacular and on a clear day you can see right up to Fanad Lighthouse. I’m lucky that it’s quite close to me so many a day is spent there with a book and a coffee. How do you like to spend Christmas in the county?I spend it at home with all my family and friends, most of my family and friends are living away so Christmas is that special time when you get to reconnect and catch up with everyone over a drink, a hike or food.Who is the one person in Donegal that you look up to and why?As corny as it sounds probably my mum, she’s a Sligo woman that moved to Donegal at a very young age and fell in love with daddy. She’s made Donegal her home for 40 years and I’d say she’s hiked and walked more of it than me, she’s always on the go, always positive and always smiling.What do you think is Donegal’s best tourist attraction? From speaking with a lot of tourists over the last year of doing coolest place on the planet the main draw seems to be Sliabh Liag and I can see why having hiked it for the first time in May. It’s breath taking.Sliabh Liag @coolestplaceontheplanetDo you prefer Donegal summers or Donegal winters?Big call after the summer we just had but I definitely prefer the Atlantic and the coastline in general during stormy months, it’s so ferocious. I love the coastline along Maghery, Dungloe, Kincasslagh, Mullaghderg, I could watch the waves crash in there all day.Kayaking to the islands off KincasslaghWhat would you do on your ideal day out in Donegal? Follow my page and you’ll see lol – www.instagram.com/coolestplaceontheplanetWhat is your favourite Donegal-made product?I have a few McNutt of Donegal scarfs that I just adore. Donegal wool every time 💚Who is Donegal’s greatest ambassador around the world and why?Around the world it’s got to be Daniel O’Donnell, being a past pupil of my school he’s done a lot for the area and is so generous with his time. Plus everyone loves Daniel 😉Who is Donegal’s most successful businessperson in your opinion?John Magee and now the Temple family who own and run Magee 1866 .They are absolute adventurers too. Rosy completed the Wild Atlantic Marathon during the summer and is such an inspiration to follow, she can often be found at Mountcharles Pier for a swim with all the family. They have built a hugely successful global business and are the loveliest people, constantly giving back to the local community. And how could you not LOVE their suits.Wild Atlantic MarathonWho is your favourite Donegal sportsperson of all time?I could be in trouble here if I don’t say our very own Shay Given 😉 but seriously Shay is such an amazing sportsperson and ambassador for both Lifford and Donegal. Knowing Shay since I was wee, he is the loveliest, friendliest person who definitely hasn’t forgotten where he’s from and who has reached the absolute heights within his footballing career.What is your favourite Donegal saying or expression?I don’t know if it’s Donegal or just me but apparently it’s funny the way I say ‘wer jus goin for a wee bite to eat’When I lived away there were some confused faces at this conversationPerson: did you do much at the weekend?Me: Auk not a wile pileWhat is the biggest challenge facing the people of Donegal today?Promoting what we have within our own local county, we are absolutely blessed to come from this heavenly part of the world. We need to tell everyone to come here, and we as Donegalians need to see it all for ourselves…eat here, hike here, holiday here!Surfing at Backstrand Beach, FalcarraghWhat is your favourite Donegal food?Brown wheaten bread and potato bread 😋If you had a million euro to improve something in Donegal what would it be?The sign posting 😆 especially for well known sites like Muckish Mountain, Errigal, even Sliabh Liag. I would also have interactive information points dotted around the county as it can be hard (even when you’re from Donegal) to get information on how to get somewhere.Wild Atlantic MarathonIs there anything about Donegal that you are very proud of?A lot but some main things are:Fintown railway: Fintown runs it close for my favourite place but the wee train that runs in the summer is just so special and it’s run with such pride and history by the locals.Oakfield Park, Raphoe: the grounds are immaculate and the events they run throughout the year are just amazing. I had the pleasure of being at Oakfest in the summer and more recently the Santa express. Each time I visit I’m blown away by the staff, the stunning grounds and how much there is to do and see.Follow Erin’s Adventures on www.instagram.com/coolestplaceontheplanetMy Donegal… with Erin from Coolest Place on the Planet was last modified: January 6th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare 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:coolest place on the planeterin mcgintyInstagramMY DONEGALlast_img read more

MAN JAILED FOR FOUR YEARS FOR HIS PART IN DONEGAL’S BIGGEST EVER DRUGS FACTORY

first_imgA man has been jailed for a total of four years for his part in the setting up of Donegal’s biggest-ever drugs factory.Yu Ye was jailed for four years. Pic by North West Newspix.Father-of-two Zi Yu Ye, 46, was caught at a massive cannabis factory outside Malin Town in Inishowen in October 2012. A total of €1.6M worth of drugs was found in the growhouse when it was raided by Gardai.Yu Ye appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court yesterday charged with five counts of growing and sale and supply of the cannabis.The court heard how the father of two had been trafficked into the country to earn money to pay off debts back home.He thought he was going to work at a legitimate job but ended up converting a warehouse into a massive drugs grow-house for drugs bosses.Barrister for the accused, Mr Peter Nolan, said it was ironic that the President of Ireland was touring China talking about human rights when a Chinese man with no human rights was being jailed for growing drugs here.Mr Nolan said Yu Y was a victim of “modern slavery”.He added “It is ironic that we have President Higgins and Mrs Higgins in China today talking about human rights and walking the Great Wall of China, and fair play to them, and here we have a Chinese national in Ireland who doesn’t even know where he is on the map and he is the product of human trafficking and slavery, getting no profit for his efforts and being used and abused by others.“This man is an innocent likeable individual and not a criminal in the true sense of the word. He is more sinned against than sinning. He is a victim himself.”The warehouse outside Malin Town where drugs were discovered.Giving evidence, Garda Jason Conroy said the warehouse had been turned into a sophisticated cannabis-growing operation.Seven rooms had ben cordoned off to allow for the growing and also the drying of cannabis.When raided by Gardai, just over 18kgs of cannabis, worth about €360,000 was ready to be bagged and shipped out.Cracks in the walls of the warehouse had also been filled with expanding foam so nobody could hear what was going on inside.Yu Ye was not found on the premises until the day after the raid as he had been hiding.Passing sentence Judge John O’Hagan said Yu Ye knew exactly what h was doing.But he admitted that the major players behind the grow houses in Ireland are rarely caught.“I have yet to come across anyone in the courts who is a key person in relation to this activity,” he said.He jailed Yu Ye to four years for possession with intent to supply and another four years for cultivation, with both sentences to run concurrently and also backdated the sentence to when Ye was caught and detained two years ago.He added it was a matter for the authorities if Yu Ye would be deported when his sentence was completed.MAN JAILED FOR FOUR YEARS FOR HIS PART IN DONEGAL’S BIGGEST EVER DRUGS FACTORY was last modified: December 11th, 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:courtdonegaldrugs factoryGardaijailedmain Townlast_img read more

ATHLETICS: RESULTS OF THE MANORCUNNINGHAM 5K ROAD RACE

first_imgLETTERKENNY AC’S Michael Black has won the Manorcunningham 5k road race.Clubmate Ivan Toner finished second.More than 200 people took part in this year’s race. All the results and times are below:  Manorcunningham Road Race 2012Race No.First NameSurnameClubCategoryTime1109MichaelBlackLACS men15.59244IvanTonerLACS men16.20394ShaunMc GettiganFinn ValleyS men16.394137KieranCrawfordLACS men16.56598BennyMc DaidUnattachedS men16.576149NoelDiverRosesS men16.58745PaulTonerLACS men16.598215BryanFerryLACS men17.14965RyanSnodgrassFoyle ValleyS men17.181052JudeO DonnellUnattachedS men17.211175HumphreyMurphyLACO 45men17.3012112MarcusMc ClintockLACO 40men17.361351DaraghMc NultyUnattachedO 40men17.3714150FinolaDiverLACS Women17.431534PatHegartyFinn ValleyO 50men17.501671TomTomphsonFinn ValleyO 40men17.5217136JohnDaleyLACO 40men17.541866RyanGallagherFoyle ValleyS men18.041914AnnraoiCheeversLetterkennyS men18.232072LeeGildeaLACS men18.302191PatrickMahonFoyle ValleyS men18.3722214RaymondBurchUnattachedS men18.4023128CatherineLilburnCity Of DerryS Women18.412468MartinDunleaveyFoyle ValleyO 45men18.4225213KennyO DonnellUnattachedS men18.4526110MartinDevennyLiffordS men18.522736AdrianO DonnellUnattachedS men18.562867SeamusMc CallionFoyle ValleyO 50men19.0329240PatrickMc GlynFinn ValleyS men19.0630212AnthonyMc DaidUnattachedS men19.1331126GarvinMc CluskeLACO 45men19.1732129TrevorDohertyUnattachedS men19.1833226DayleGallagherUnattachedJunior Boy19.193423ShaunMc DaidInisowen ACS men19.20354MichaelKellyUnited Health CareS men19.21362KiearnMc MonagleUnited Health CareS men19.233784AdrianToyeUnattachedS men19.273837PaulMc MonnigleLACS men19.343940SarahMahonCity Of DerryS Women19.3740144KevinHarkinLiffordS men19.40418KieranCoyleUnited Health CareS men19.414218DaraghHarperUnattachedJunior Boy19.4243251MichaelMaddenUnattachedS men19.4544216HughFerryUnattachedS men19.464599DavidPorterUnattachedS men19.5046235DonalLooneyCorkS men19.5147247StewartMageeUnattachedS men19.534881DarenPriceUnattachedS men20.014915PaulCosgroveLetterkennyO 40men20.0450127ShelaReganLACS Women20.05515BrendanGoyvaertsUnited Health Care20.065293VinneyHegartyInishowenS men20.065396ShaunMooreInishowenS men20.065411NicholasNelisUnited Health Care20.085556SineadPeoplesUnattachedS Women20.0856134BoydeRobinsonUnattachedS men20.0857138MartinMc CabeUnattachedS men20.0958142NialKideaUnattachedS men20.105913GabrielMc CrossanLetterkennyO 40men20.136097Sarah MarieDohertyInishowenS Women20.176183NicolaDohertyUnattachedS Women20.216232JohnO DohertyUnattachedS men20.236360RichardRaymondLACO 50men20.346492PJFrielUnattachedS men20.356533TonyGallagherFinn ValleyO 45men20.3666249PaulCatersonUnattachedS men20.4167273TeranceBoyleUnattachedS Men20.4268115SeamusNallenUnattachedS men20.46691DavidDohertyUnited Health CareS men20.4770117LiamMc GintyFinn ValleyO 45men20.507154JohnBaxterUnattachedO 50men20.5572114ShaneKeevneyUnattachedS men20.5873405GearldCampbelLiffordO 45men20.587429AidanMc CloskeyUnattachedS men21.0175132KevinGreenanUnattachedO 50men21.047638CiaraFraiserCity Of DerryS Women21.057747KevinKellyUnattachedS men21.057878ShaunMc GinleyLiffordO 40men21.0679119StephenRobinsonUnattachedS men21.2180143EugineGallenLiffordO 40men21.278195PaterMc KinneyInishowenO 50men21.2982120StephenSweeneyUnattachedS men21.358385NoreenBonarFinn ValleyO 50women21.3784246PaulLeeUnattachedO 40men21.4185211JohnnyScanlonUnattachedS men21.5586133DeclanMc ElwaineUnattachedS men21.5987252JamesConnorsUnattachedS men21.598839KarenCutliffeCity Of DerryO 40women22.038964JamesDohertyUnattachedO 50men22.089088AlanMc GinleyLiffordJunior Boy22.1391218PhilimLynchUnattachedS men22.1392242PaulRodgersUnattachedS men22.209327ShaunCrossanUnattachedJunior Boy22.3094236HughDoyleUnattachedS men22.409550MartyBonesUnattachedO 40men22.4196108PaulRodgersUnattachedS men22.429725GarethRodgersUnattachedS men22.469810LairdMc KinleyUnited Health CareS men22.5199271MartinaHegartyUnattachedS Woman22.54100219NancyMc NameeUnattachedO 40women23.07101217RonanGibsonUnattachedS men23.16102135NoelMc CormickUnattachedO 40men23.21103100JohnFerryUnattachedO 40men23.26104260JohnMc CarronUnattachedO 40men23.2710541BridinCanavanCity Of DerryO 40women23.2810690GemmaMc GintyFoyle ValleyS Women23.3310787BenConnleyLiffordJunior Boy23.36108145WesleyMc KaneUnattachedS men23.36109234KimmiZabalaUnattachedJunior Boy23.37110232CaolainO DonnellUnattachedJunior Boy23.38111233SeanO DonnellUnattachedO 50men23.40112130CatalLeppardLiffordJunior Boy23.4111349DeanTolandFinn ValleyS men23.43114413DavidMc CannUnattachedS men23.4511573MaryKellyUnattachedO 40women23.5711661ColetteMc ElwaineUnattachedS Women24.00117229MartinO DonnellUnattachedO 40men24.0311880MarianKerrLACS Women24.0511912ErniePollochUnattachedO 50men24.0712076BennyDohertyUnattachedS men24.1212182GarvanBoyceUnattachedS men24.14122258CharleneMc GeeUnattachedS Women24.15123116DamienCallaghanUnattachedS men24.17124125ShaunMc GinnleyUnattachedJunior Boy24.22125400RaymondCoyleUnattachedS men24.241266StephenMc LaughlinUnited Health CareS men24.3512758EugeneMc GinleyUnattachedO 45men24.3512874MichaelKellyUnattachedO 40men24.35129243FionaDeasleyUnattachedS Women24.3513016BridMc gintyUnattachedO 40women24.40131123PaddyMc GintyUnattachedS men24.4213286BrandonConnleyLiffordJunior Boy24.45133113PatMc KennaLACO 40women24.46134141RuthMc CruddenUnattachedO 40women24.47135270StephenGallagherUnattachedJunior Boy24.49136257TanyaDoranUnattachedS Women24.5013731JulieMc KinneyUnattachedS Women24.571389SuzanneMc CloskeyUnited Health CareS Women25.0013959KarolMc GinleyUnattachedJunior Boy25.0514069OwenMc LaughlinUnattachedJunior Boy25.05141220SoniaDohertyUnattachedS Women25.05142118AnnRobinsonUnattachedS Women25.12143255BernieCrossanUnattachedO 40women25.14144228DessieMc LaughlinUnattachedO 40men25.16145245JimmyGildeaUnattachedO 50men25.18146248AislingBoyleUnattachedS Women25.25147406LouDuddyUnattachedS Men25.3614819DeirdreFrielUnattachedS Women25.371493EamonO reaganUnited Health CareS men25.38150404BryanDiamondUnattachedO 50men25.38151411FionaGallagherUnattachedS Women25.46152239AdamMc KinleyUnattachedS men25.48153225SharinaWalshUnattachedS Women25.54154221DanielleFayeUnattachedS Women25.5815542SheaBrennanLACJunior Boy26.0015628PaulDohertyUnattachedO 40men26.0215763JohnathonWilsonUnattachedS men26.0215843PaddyBrennanUnattachedS men26.08159101MaureenDohertyRosesO 40women26.33160253ShaneClarkeUnattachedS men26.39161410HazelMc FaddenUnattachedS Women26.4116222LindaMc daidInisowen ACS Women26.4216324MichelleDonagheyInisowen ACS Women26.43164182UnattachedWalker26.45165124ConorMc GintyUnattachedJunior Boy27.00166244LorraineGildeaUnattachedS Women27.1616720AislingRodgersUnattachedS Women27.19168148MaryVanruibanUnattachedS Women27.21169415SophiekellyUnattachedS Women27.23170256MaryBonnarUnattachedO 40women27.25171122MaryDillonUnattachedS Women27.27172223LiamMc LaughlinUnattachedO 50men27.30173222GendaHegartyUnattachedS Women27.31174121AnnetteSweeneyUnattachedS Women27.34175231RosaleenO DonnellUnattachedS Women27.3617655LisaKilpatrickUnattachedS Women27.50177147LizzGallagherUnattachedS Women27.53178146DorethyMc HughUnattachedS Women27.54179402AlisonStoddartUnattachedS Women28.0618089ConorMc GinnleyLiffordJunior Boy28.08181131EmmetLeppardLiffordJunior Boy28.12182104GinaGalvinUnattachedS Women28.28183139MichellaDunleaveyUnattachedJunior Girl28.3118430SarahMc CruddenUnattachedS Women28.39185254EmmettO DonnellUnattachedS men28.55186250AineCatersonUnattachedS Women28.5618717LaurenHarperUnattachedJunior Girl29.0018862AnnDohertyUnattachedO 50women29.02189403BryanCoyleUnattachedJunior Boy29.11190224AmyBannisterUnattachedS Women29.16191238RodneyLyndseyUnattachedS men29.16192237HughGallagherFinn ValleyS men29.25193227AnnetteDuddyUnattachedO 40women29.3219470JordanGallagherUnattachedJunior Boy29.39195401FrancesCoyleUnattachedS Women29.4319657AntoinetteKellyUnattachedS Women29.47197140DeirdreMc GarrigleUnattachedO 40women30.0919877MariaMc GinleyLiffordO 40women30.13199103DonnaCannonUnattachedS Women31.00200230LiamLynchUnattachedJunior Boy31.11201111DonnaHigginsUnattachedS Women31.12202414SandraMc CannUnattachedS Women32.24203408SiobhanDuddyUnattachedS Women32.3320448GraceBarnesUnattachedS Women32.3720579SharonMc FeeleyUnattachedO 40women32.532067FidelmaMc BreartyUnited Health CareS Women33.27207412MathewGallagherUnattachedJunior Boy33.4220835OliveDohertyUnattachedO 40women33.5020946LauraRobinsonUnattachedS Women34.17210107GearldineRodgersUnattachedS Women34.25211106JoanneMc GinleyUnattachedS Women35.12212102LeanneAustinUnattachedS Women35.55213272KarenMc BreartyUnattachedS Woman37.17214259DeniseSharkeyUnattachedS Women39.26215105PaulaCarberryUnattachedS Women40.0921626SheralHetheringtonUnattachedS Women40.34217407MelissaMc CormickUnattachedS Women41.35218241OisinMc GlynnUnattachedJunior Boy41.5421953JamesMc ErlaneUnattachedO 45men220409HenreyDonaghyInishowenS menATHLETICS: RESULTS OF THE MANORCUNNINGHAM 5K ROAD RACE was last modified: July 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click 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JOHNSTON ROMPS TO VICTORY IN CHURCHILL 5K – ALL THE RESULTS

first_imgMore than 200 runners and walkers turned out for this evening’s Churchill 5K. The event was won in an excellent time of 15.14 by Chris Johnston from Letterkenny AC followed by clubmates Ivan Toner and Paul Toner.The following are the placing and times for what proved to be a very enjoyable event as part of this weekend’s Churchill Fair. Place Number Name Time Category Club1 133 Chris Johnston 00:15:14 SM Letterkenny A C2 26 Ivan Toner 00:16:02 SM Letterkenny A C3 15 Paul Toner 00:16:34 SM Letterkenny A C 4 33 Dominic Bonner 00:16:35 MM Finn Valley A C5 32 Ryan Porter 00:16:36 JM Finn Valley A C6 74 Brian Crossan 00:16:53 SM Unattached7 79 Kieran McBride 00:17:01 JM Unattached8 75 Brian Ferry 00:17:03 SM Unattached9 8 Jude O’Donnell 00:17:13 SM Unattached 10 70 Shane McNulty 00:17:14 SM Finn Valley A C11 72 Michael Logue 00:17:18 SM Unattached12 102 Joe Gibbons 00:17:28 SM Unattached13 16 Joe English 00:17:32 MM Letterkenny A C 14 48 Liam Murray 00:17:37 SM Unattached15 61 Garth McLaughlin 00:17:44 SM Inishowen A C16 47 Martin Gormley 00:17:47 MM Letterkenny A C17 7 Tom Thomson 00:17:50 MM Finn Valley A C18 131 John McFadden 00:18:05 SM Unattached19 67 Henry Cheevers 00:18:28 SM Letterkenny A C20 51 Raymond Birch 00:18:31 SM Letterkenny A C21 109 Ciaran O’Donnell 00:18:32 MM Letterkenny A C22 6 Kieran Coyle 00:18:33 SM Unattached23 24 Dale Gallagher 00:18:37 JM Unattached24 43 Catherine Lilburn 00:18:38 SW City Of Derry25 71 Anthony McDaid 00:18:48 SM Unattached26 123 Patrick McGlynn 00:18:50 SM Finn Valley A C27 117 Sean Crossan 00:18:58 SM Letterkenny A C28 29 Christopher Murray 00:19:04 JM Cranford A C29 31 Noleen Porter 00:19:05 MW Finn Valley A C30 101 ConarMcGonagle McGonagle 00:19:37 MM Finn Valley A C31 112 Seamus Nallen 00:19:48 SM Unattached32 57 Nicola Doherty 00:19:49 SW Unattached33 128 Liam Marley 00:19:50 MM Cranford A C34 100 Kevin Greenan 00:19:54 MM Letterkenny A C35 3 Darren Price 00:20:04 SM Unattached36 134 Paul McGettigan 00:20:11 SM Unattached37 125 Gerome Burke 00:20:15 SM Unattached38 49 Anthony Murray 00:20:19 MM Unattached39 36 Richard Raymond 00:20:21 MM Letterkenny A C40 59 Eugene Mulligan 00:20:24 SM Unattached41 145 Johnny Watson 00:20:28 SM Unattached42 104 Naoise Enright 00:20:30 SM Unattached43 9 Shane Keaveny 00:20:32 SM Unattached44 147 Patrick McMonagle 00:20:34 MM Unattached45 86 Michael McDermott 00:20:35 SM Unattached46 144 Darren Ferry 00:20:45 SM Unattached47 116 Paul Catterson 00:20:48 SM Unattached48 126 Johnny Scanlan 00:20:49 SM Unattached49 124 Siobhan Gallagher 00:20:52 SW Unattached50 127 Damian Diver 00:20:53 SM Unattached51 103 Kieran Gibbons 00:21:00 JM Unattached52 34 Ryan Toner 00:21:00 JM Unattached53 27 Paul Lee 00:21:09 MM Unattached54 69 John Crawford 00:21:10 SM Unattached55 28 Geoff Turtle 00:21:11 MM Unattached56 30 Joe McGlynn 00:21:25 SM Finn Valley A C57 55 Danny McDaid 00:21:43 MM Letterkenny A C58 96 Margaret Shields 00:21:48 MW Letterkenny A C59 81 Vera Haughey 00:22:02 MW Unattached60 132 Stephen Clinton 00:22:07 SM Unattached61 82 Jackie Harvey 00:22:08 MW Unattached62 105 Hugh Doyle 00:22:15 MM Unattached63 141 Johnny Nelis 00:22:43 SM Unattached64 107 Eugene McGinley 00:22:44 MM Unattached65 11 Paul Russell 00:22:45 SM Unattached66 80 Matt Doherty 00:22:46 MM Unattached67 97 Amanda McNulty 00:22:50 MW Letterkenny A C68 2 Willie Freeney 00:23:05 SM Unattached69 106 Garvin Boyce 00:23:07 MM Unattached70 65 Evan Dunlevey 00:23:20 JM Letterkenny A C71 14 Gerard Doherty 00:23:32 SM Unattached72 38 Joe McDaid 00:23:34 MM Unattached73 118 Sonya Moore 00:23:45 SW Unattached74 66 Shane Dunlevey 00:23:46 JM Letterkenny A C75 12 Christy Callaghan 00:23:53 MM St. Eunan’s76 83 Adrian O’Donnell 00:23:54 MM Unattached77 60 Fiona Desley 00:23:55 SW Unattached78 25 Sharon Hamilton 00:23:58 MW Finn Valley A C79 35 Patrick Quinn 00:23:59 JM Unattached80 98 Bernie Crossan 00:24:01 MW Unattached81 73 Evelyn McGeehan 00:24:05 MW Finn Valley A C82 113 Carolyn MCGuire 00:24:06 MW Finn Valley A C83 114 Eugene Gallen 00:24:07 MM Unattached84 130 Dessie McLaughlin 00:24:08 MM Unattached85 76 Rachel Crossan 00:24:09 MW Unattached86 54 Jim Hynes 00:24:13 MM Finn Valley A C87 111 Mary Bond 00:24:30 MW Finn Valley A C88 10 Brian Duffy 00:24:31 SM Unattached89 45 Lee Spear 00:24:33 JM Unattached90 84 Brendan O’Donnell 00:24:34 SM Unattached91 142 John Hall 00:24:38 MM Unattached92 22 Mac Walsh 00:24:39 SM Unattached93 99 Jimmy Gildae 00:24:43 MM Letterkenny A C94 19 Sinead Kelly 00:25:10 MW Unattached95 53 Tina Smith 00:25:13 MW Unattached96 50 Cathy Harvey 00:25:17 MW Unattached97 122 Lousie Duddy 00:25:24 MW Unattached98 153 Geraldine McLaughlin 00:25:36 JW Unattached99 37 Niall Doran 00:25:39 SM Unattached100 20 Olivia Gillen 00:25:42 SW Unattached101 21 Mark Gillen 00:25:43 SM Unattached102 23 Shauna Walsh 00:25:44 MW Unattached103 78 Daniel Fay 00:25:45 SW Unattached104 120 Ethna Cox 00:25:46 MW Unattached105 1 James Sharkey 00:25:47 SM Unattached106 52 Stacey Blake 00:25:52 SW Unattached107 119 Monica Grier 00:26:01 MW Unattached108 121 Moyra Hargs 00:26:02 MW Unattached109 63 Mark Nelis 00:26:02 JM Unattached110 44 Sharon Spear 00:26:21 MW Unattached111 46 Lorna Kemp 00:26:22 MW Unattached112 41 Elish Doherty 00:26:22 JW Unattached113 42 Joe Doherty 00:26:25 MM Unattached114 39 Agnes Ryan 00:26:25 MW Unattached115 108 Alison Stoddart 00:26:27 SW Unattached116 85 Deirdre Murphy 00:26:31 SW Unattached117 18 Gemma McGlinchy 00:26:33 SW Unattached118 56 Ann Tinney 00:26:48 MW Unattached119 110 Desmond Brownlie 00:26:57 MM Lagan Valley120 93 Roslyn Lynch 00:27:05 MW Unattached121 90 Victoria Raye 00:27:08 SW Finn Valley A C122 91 Wendy Bustard 00:27:09 SW Finn Valley A C123 17 Collette McDermot 00:27:10 SW Unattached124 68 Sadie McDevitt 00:27:15 MW Unattached125 64 Makala Dunlevey 00:27:16 JW Letterkenny A C126 135 Dorithy McHugh 00:27:27 SW Unattached127 136 Liz Gallagher 00:27:29 MW Unattached128 4 Geraldine Flood 00:27:29 MW Unattached129 129 Annette Duddy 00:27:46 MW Unattached130 148 Denise Gillen 00:27:51 SW Unattached131 137 Noreen Duffy 00:27:56 JW Unattached132 138 Maureen Gamble 00:28:31 SW Unattached133 139 Kerry Anne McAlynn 00:28:41 MW Unattached134 115 Dierdre McGarrigal 00:28:50 MW Unattached135 58 Marjory Russell 00:29:02 SW Unattached136 151 Kelly Trearty 00:29:13 SW Unattached137 87 Mary Duddy 00:29:18 SW Unattached138 152 Orla Trearty 00:29:19 JW Unattached139 77 Carla Delaney 00:29:24 MW Unattached140 146 Seamus McMonagle 00:29:25 MM Unattached141 13 Bridget Friel 00:29:44 MW Unattached142 94 Donna Higgens 00:29:46 SW Unattached143 143 Kathlyn Hall 00:29:53 MW Unattached144 62 Lorrian Connely 00:29:54 SW Lifford A C145 149 Aoife Donnelly 00:30:58 JW Unattached146 40 Bernie O’Donnell 00:31:13 MW Milford A C147 5 Ronnie Holand 00:32:05 SM Unattached148 88 Siobhan McLaughlin 00:32:24 SW Unattached149 95 Angela Quinn 00:32:31 MW Unattached150 92 Olive Doherty 00:32:31 MW Unattached151 140 Carena Gibbons 00:34:22 JW Unattached152 150 Mary McGrenra 00:35:03 SW Unattached153 89 Frances MCBride 00:38:05 MW UnattachedJOHNSTON ROMPS TO VICTORY IN CHURCHILL 5K – ALL THE RESULTS was last modified: July 20th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new 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Roma confirm signing of Paris Saint-Germain star

first_img WHITE KNIGHT Latest transfer news GOSSIP IN DEMAND Welcome to #ASRoma, Javier Pastore! 🐺Details ➡️ https://t.co/ahKfSKq9OS pic.twitter.com/GnmsAdp9Ah— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) June 26, 2018 Arsenal ace heading for January exit as German club ready bid for midfielder RANKED Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland LIVING THE DREAM Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Real Madrid ‘offer’ Isco to Chelsea in bid to ‘make room’ for Tottenham star take zlat Man United ‘miss out’ on Minamino, West Ham scout Flamengo strikers, Auba wants out Argentina international Javier Pastore has joined Roma from Paris Saint-Germain. heading off three-way race ‘perfect fit” 1 Zlatan Ibrahimovic in ‘advanced talks’ to complete Premier League comeback Chelsea have watched Leeds ace ‘perfect for Premier League football’ regularly Euro expert explains why Liverpool should be so excited about Minamino Roma have signed Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Javier Pastore in a deal worth £21.76million, the club announced.On a day which saw the Serie A side lose Radja Nainggolan to Inter Milan for £33.5million, the Argentine star joined Davide Santon and Nicolo Zaniolo in moving to the Italian capital. REAL DEAL The 29-year-old star actually saw his game-time significantly improve last season in Paris with him starting 14 matches compared to 11 and nine in 2015/16 and 2016/17, respectively.But with the French side needing to ship out stars on big wages so they can adhere to Financial Fair Play rules, he’s heading back to Italy, where he previously spent two seasons with Palermo.Pastore signed a five-year contract with Roma and will wear the No.27 shirt. Pastore: “I am very happy to be here at #ASRoma. It is great to return to Italy, and to do it with such a great club.”I hope to repay in full all the enthusiasm, support and affection that Roma fans have shown me already.” pic.twitter.com/x3qqdymLQU— AS Roma English (@ASRomaEN) June 26, 2018talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network.last_img read more

GARDA BOSSES INTRODUCE LANGUAGE SHAKE-UP AFTER DONEGAL STATION INVESTIGATION

first_imgA number of Garda places for new recruits will be kept for people with fluent Irish following an investigation at a Donegal Garda station.The investigation at Bunbeg Garda station in 2011 found that just one Garda out of nine could speak Irish fluently.The office of the Irish Language Commissioner carried out the investigation after a complaint by a member of the public. The Irish Language Commissioner (Coimisineir Tenga) Sean O Cuirreain told Donegal Daily that the situation at Bunbeg Garda station has improved greatly today.Of the eleven Gardai now stationed in Gaoth Dobhair, six have fluent Irish, three have conversational Irish and two are taking Irish classes.Commissioner O Cuirreain said he was very satisfied at the outcome of their investigation.“I think it represents a great improvement. People living in Gaeltacht areas have a right to speak in Irish. “The situation in Bunbeg obviously wasn’t acceptable but that has improved drastically and it is very welcome,” he said.He also revealed that Gardai have now agreed to allocate a percentage of recruitment places to applicants with fluent Irish.“All members of An Garda Siochana are expected to have a certain level of Irish.“However An Garda Siochana have now agreed that a certain allocation of places will be given to fluent Irish speakers.“These applicants will be then be posted to Gaeltacht areas across the country including Galway, Cork, Mayo and Donegal,” he said. GARDA BOSSES INTRODUCE LANGUAGE SHAKE-UP AFTER DONEGAL STATION INVESTIGATION was last modified: March 14th, 2013 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:BUNBEG GARDA STATIONIRISH LANGUAGE COMMISSIONERSean O Cuirreainlast_img read more

Industry solid, says former MPAA head

first_img 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 Valenti said he believes the trailing box-office receipts this year are only temporary setback. “We’ve heard it before, and this industry always comes back,” said Valenti, who retired this year as head of the Motion Picture Association of America. Valenti, a native of Texas, flew 51 missions over Europe in World War II. He worked for then-Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson and was in the motorcade in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963, when President Kennedy was assassinated. In 1966, he became head of the MPAA and developed the motion picture rating system, a voluntary code by moviemakers intended to head off governmental regulations. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who has made keeping film production in the city one of his top issues, said he decided to honor Valenti for his years of work. For 38 years, Jack Valenti was Hollywood’s voice in Washington, D.C., walking the corridors of power and fighting to protect the movie industry. On Friday, Valenti offered an upbeat perspective of the industry – despite a slow year – as he received a key to the city of Los Angeles for his efforts. “No matter what you see, Hollywood and the movie industry will always be there,” Valenti said. “No matter what technology emerges, it is still going to need a product that people want to see. “There might be problems this year, but it runs in cycles. This is still the greatest industry and is one where the balance of trade is in our favor.” “We don’t give out a key to the city often, and Jack Valenti was the first person who came to mind,” Villaraigosa said. “He has left an indelible imprint on American society.” Rick Orlov, (213) 978-0390rick.orlov@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more