NBD Primary Schools Football Championship moves to its third stage

first_img Share 24 Views   no discussions NewsSports NBD Primary Schools Football Championship moves to its third stage by: – June 20, 2011 Share Tweetcenter_img Share Sharing is caring! Photo credit: wcmfdominica.comThe 2011 NBD Primary Schools Football Championship will move to its third stage on Monday, June 20, 2011.The first stage of the championship involved the record participation of forty-nine (49) schools which were divided into nine districts.The Goodwill Primary emerged as the top school at the end of the first stage.Following the first stage of the championship, the most outstanding players from each district were selected to undergo training, following which the top players were selected to represent their district in the third stage which will commence on June 20, 2011 at two (2) venues – Newtown Savannah and Benjamin’s Park in Portsmouth from 10:30 am.Zone A to be played at Benjamin’s Park will see participation from the North, North West, North East and East while Zone B to be played at Newtown will see participation from the West Central, Valley/Central, South West, South East and South.The top four (4) teams will then participate in the semi final on June 28, 2011 with the Final to be played on July 1, 2011.An invitational Primary Schools Girls’ Football Festival on July 6, 2011 will climax the NBD Primary Schools Football Championship for 2011.The Sports Division expresses its gratitude to the National Bank of Dominica for making this important football development programme possible with its overall sponsorship of $11, 500.00.Press Releaselast_img read more

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Girl who licked tub of ice cream faces up to 20 years in prison

first_imgPolice are in the process of obtaining a warrant for the arrest of a teenage girl who is seen in a viral video licking a half-gallon of Blue Bell “Tin Roof” ice cream at Texas Walmart.In a lengthy Facebook post, the Lufkin Police Department said the investigation is ongoing as they work to identify the second suspect and plan to charge the female suspect with tampering with a consumer product, a second-degree felony.The charge carries a punishment of 2-20 years.Police have not released the identity of the female suspect because she is a minor, officials say.Blue Bell released a statement about the incident on Monday and confirmed that the contaminated ice cream was never sold.“Our staff recognized the location in the video, and we inspected the freezer case,” the statement reads. “Based on security footage, the location and the inspection of the carton, we believe we may have recovered the half-gallon that was tampered with. Out of an abundance of caution, we have also removed all Tin Roof half gallons from that location.”“Food tampering is not a joke, and we will not tolerate tampering with our products,” the statement concludes.The department is also consulting with the FDA regarding possible federal charges, CBS News reports.last_img read more

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Five ‘Outstanding Saints’ to be Inducted into the Saint Martin’s Athletics…

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Saint Martin’s UniversitySaint Martin’s University will induct five people, including two former coaches, a pair of former basketball players and a longtime supporter, into the Athletics Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor on Saturday, Feb. 8, as part of the University’s Homecoming 2014 festivities scheduled for Feb. 7-9.The Hall of Fame and Hall of Honor Celebration is an annual event that recognizes those who have contributed to the excellence of the Saint Martin’s athletics program.A reception for the inductees will be held at 3:30 p.m. in the Norman Worthington Conference Center, in advance of the 5:15 p.m. start of the women’s basketball game in Marcus Pavilion against the University of Alaska.  A formal presentation will take place during halftime of the men’s basketball game against Central Washington University. That game begins at 7:30 p.m. in Marcus Pavilion.The 2014 inductees are as follows:Hall of HonorJoe Alongi (HS ’62, ’66 ) A dedicated supporter of Saints Athletics, Alongi has worked tirelessly to support Saint Martin’s in its efforts to strengthen intercollegiate athletics. He has chaired the Saint Martin’s University golf tournament for 27 years. In 1985, Alongi helped found the Saint Martin’s Athletic Foundation, which established funds for athletic scholarships and other needs of the athletic department. He also played an integral role in the development of Marcus Pavilion, purchasing 120 seats for the Pavilion’s remodel while his efforts allowed for the completion of the upstairs offices, which now house athletics staff, coaches and administration personnel.High School Hall of FameDale Behles (Head Boys’ Basketball Coach)Behles served as a teacher and coach at Saint Martin’s High School. During his first two years, he was an assistant coach under Monte Walker for both the football and basketball team while also coaching junior varsity basketball. In 1962, he became the varsity basketball coach and posted a record of 9-10. In his second season, his team finished with a record of 17-8 and earned a fourth-place finish at the state tournament. Behles’ third, and most successful, season ended with an 18-10 record and a third-place finish at the state tournament. In four seasons as head coach (1962-65), he posted a record of 51-41. Behles has the distinction of being the only coach at Saint Martin’s High School to guide a team to the state tournament. His teams were also the first in school history to win a league and regional championship.Hall of FameBeth (Layton) Jochim ’06  (Women’s Basketball)Layton was a three-year starter from 2003 to 2006, after transferring from the University of Texas-San Antonio. During her career, she scored 1,425 points, which ranks her second all-time at Saint Martin’s University and 11th in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. In the GNAC career record books, she holds the fourth-best scoring average (17.17 points per game), ranks third in three-point field goals made (228) and second in three-point field goals made per game (2.75). Beth was a three-time All-GNAC selection, earning first team honors as a senior, second team honors as a junior and honorable mention accolades as a sophomore. As a senior, she was named Daktronics second team all-region. She was also named CoSIDA first team academic all-district, as she led the conference in scoring at 20.3 points per game, which also ranked 14th in Division II. Beth has the distinction of holding SMU’s single-game record for three-point field goals made in a game (8).Brad Hooper (Head Men’s and Women’s Cross Country / Track and Field Coach)Hooper introduced the cross country and track and field programs at Saint Martin’s, serving as head coach from 1996 to 2006, putting together an impressive résumé. He coached four Saints who have been inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame, including All-Americans Andy Prentice and Nate Carlson, as well as 12 GNAC individual champions, 46 All-GNAC athletes, the 2006 NCAA West Region Athlete of the Year, a GNAC Athlete of the Year, GNAC Championships Athlete of the Meet, Freshman of the Year and Newcomer of the Year. Under Hooper’s guidance, the men’s track and field team placed 24th at the 2006 NCAA Indoor Championships. Academically, his teams were strong performers, yielding two NCAA post-graduate scholarship award winners, 10 top-five coaches association academic finishes, 11 coaches association Academic All-Americans and a CoSIDA Academic All-American. He also had 11 athletes on the GNAC all-time best list, four All-GNAC performers in cross country and two all-region performers.Chris McGee (Men’s Basketball)McGee was a member of the Saint Martin’s College men’s basketball team for three seasons, from 1978 to 1981. In his first season with the Saints he ranked third in the district in rebounding (9.4) and shot 52.9 percent from the field. As a junior during the 1979-80 season, McGee was named all-league and all-district, and finished the season ranked second in the district in rebounding (9.5), sixth in scoring (17.0) and seventh in field goal percentage (.592). That same season, he was named honorable mention Little All-Northwest. In his final season, McGee averaged 14.8 points and 7.4 rebounds per game, earning all-league, all-district and second team Little All-Northwest honors. He finished his career with 1,158 career points, 725 career rebounds and a 56.1 percent field goal percentage, which at the time of his induction ranks him 15th in all-time scoring, third in rebounding and fourth in field-goal percentage.Those wishing to attend the reception are asked to register in advance.last_img read more

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Indian boxing team’s doctor tests COVID-19 positive!

first_imgImage Courtesy: Getty/TOIAdvertisement 1yp5jNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs1vx7pWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ei9uv( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2bxWould you ever consider trying this?😱7jnrCan your students do this? 🌚rRoller skating! Powered by Firework The novel Coronavirus pandemic has another latest case from the Indian sports scene, and this time its the country’s boxing team doctor. Dr Amol Patil, associated with a 11 player boxing team which even consisted the world championship silver medallist Amit Panghal, has tested positive for COVID-19. Advertisement Image Courtesy: Getty/TOIThe doctor, a member of the national camp, tested positive on 13th July at the NIS Patiala campus, where the team of 11 pugilists had assembled for training. This is the first COVID case in sports since its resumption in India, and even though the players themselves had tested negative, the doctor, who is completely asymptomatic, was found positive as his results arrived late Monday.“Dr Amol (Patil) was in quarantine in a centre outside the main campus of National Institute of Sports (NIS) Patiala. As per protocol, before he is allowed to enter main hostel and sports arena, he was given the COVID test on the 7th day (of quarantine) and tested positive,” an official statement from the Sports Authority of India (SAI) was quoted by PTI.Advertisement The full team of boxers, who tested negative, will undergo another round of testing, will be tested again as they stayed together with the doctor in the same quarantine facility after arriving to Patiala last week.“He has been shifted to the state-run COVID centre. Those who are identified as primary contact will be tested tomorrow. The quarantine period for all persons staying in the same quarantine facility has been extended by one week. The centre has been sterilised as per protocol,” SAI’s statement further added.Advertisement In addition to Amit Panghal, the boxing team also includes 2019 Asian Championships silver medal winner Ashish Kumar. The team, which includes a total of eight Olympic qualified pugilists, were quarantined with the doctor at the STC boys’ hostel outside the training campus.In addition to the players, men’s team coach CA Kuttappa, women’s team coach Mohammed Ali Qamar and assistant coach Kheemanand Beniwal will also undergo testing on Tuesday as they were also in touch with Dr Patil.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Delhi Capitals coach reveals why Rishabh Pant plays better for the IPL franchise than team IndiaHow the Indian cricket calender will change because of the Covid-19 pandemic Advertisementlast_img read more

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Oceanport $33M Referendum

first_imgOCEANPORT — The Oceanport School District is asking voters to weigh in on a $33 million bond referendum Dec. 10 to improve facilities at the Wolf Hill and Maple Place schools. According to business administrator Valery Petrone, the district has spent $1.7 million on required maintenance over the past 10 years. Frank A. Messineo, principal and owner of Solutions Architecture, said the district has a 2 percent cap on the budget that they cannot exceed, which makes it hard to fund large-ticket items like fixing leaking roofs or removing asbestos tiled flooring. “It’s an ongoing fight and we can never really catch up. And the referendum is our one best chance to do something like that,” he said. “And by allowing the district to finance these over many years, the cost is spread out and debt service aid is available.” If the referendum passes, both schools will receive new fire sprinkler systems; fire alarm systems; secure vestibules and lockdown capabilities; safety glazing on lower level windows; camera systems; new windows; new roofing systems; flooring; classroom furnishings; mechanical, electrical and plumbing upgrades; new lighting fixtures; parking improvements; and gym renovations, among other features. “Our buildings are rather aged and they are in serious need of upgrade and repair,” said Anne R. Facendo, the Oceanport superintendent. “The Wolf Hill Elementary School, which services pre-K through grade four, is 108 years old.” She also said the median age of the two combined facilities is 81.5 years old and the district’s last referendum was in 1996. The vote will be held Dec. 10 from 2 to 8 p.m. in Oceanport and in Sea Bright. The full presentation is available on the school website at oceanport.k12.nj.us. Wolf Hill School will see a new media center, cafeteria and connecting courtyard; six new classrooms will be added; toilet facilities will be renovated in pre-K and kindergarten classrooms, as now required by law; a new bus drop-off loop will be added; ADA-compliant spaces will be renovated; and more. According to the proposal, Wolf Hill School’s estimated 14,800-square-foot expansion will help accommodate the influx of children entering the Oceanport School District from the new housing developments at former Fort Monmouth. Because Sea Bright is a sending district to Oceanport schools, its residents will weigh in on the vote and the costs as well. If approved, the average Sea Bright homeowner can expect an extra $4.93 a month, or $59.19 a year, on their tax bills. He also said that bond rates are at a historic low, making this a good time to have a referendum. “But they’re not going to stay there forever so we want to try to take advantage of this,” he said. School board member Meghan Walker said a demographic study showed enrollment is steadily declining. However, 720 residential units are being built at the former fort. Projections show that once those children enter the school system, the demographics will about mirror the student population today. At a referendum presentation at a recent Sea Bright council meeting, a resident asked about the projections of student populations over the next five to 10 years. At Maple Place School, the science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) wing will be renovated with science labs, computer labs and more. There will also be renovations to the cafetorium, locker rooms with individualized showers, media center and guidance and physical therapist/occupational therapist rooms. According to the district, 81 of the 720 total residential units are “dedicated to Acute Care, which will produce no school age children, leaving 639 units.” Of the 639 units, 116 have already been built and are occupied. As a result, the district gained 20 new students. With this in mind, the district anticipates it will receive 109 students once the rest of the residential units are built. If the referendum is approved, the district anticipates receiving 34 percent of the total 40 percent it will be eligible for in state aid, to off-set costs. In that case, the average homeowner in Oceanport would pay an additional $43.32 a month, or $519.85 per year, on their tax bills.last_img read more

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Nelson Peewee Reps go out with a bang

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsThe Nelson Peewee Leafs had a difficult time focusing on hockey during a Minor Hockey Tournament this past weekend in Westside near Kelowna.The Reps lost three straight games to finish well down the pack in the annual pre-Christmas event Sunday in the Central Okanagan suburb.Westbank dumped the Reps 6-2 in consolation round action Sunday. Logan Mengler and Aigne McGeady-Bruce scored the only goals for Nelson.Curt Doyle went the distance in goal for the Leafs, playing all four games.“Curt was played solid throughout the weekend,” said Nelson coach Ron Podgorenko. “He had a very good weekend as well as (defencemen) Amit Bhabra and Matthew Jones.”Nelson opened the tournament Saturday morning by doubling Campbell River 6-3. Everett Hicks led the Leafs with a pair of goals. Singles went to Bryce Twible, Jaden Bennett, Justin Podgorenko and Taylor Cooper.However, the momentum quickly went south as Nelson was pounded by a 7-2 score by Kelowna Tier II later in the day. Jaden Maida scored one of the two goals for the Leafs.Sunday Nelson Salmon Arm added to Nelson’s woes with a 3-1 victory. The Reps now head into the Christmas break before returning to the ice in [email protected]last_img read more

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first_imgSt. Eunan’s College 5 k Results2014Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 492 17.12 Cairan Mc Gonigle SM Rosses A.C.2 326 17.47 DONAL FARREN JM LACT3 646 17.49 LIAM DOHERTY SM Cranford Team4 644 17.51 JOHN SWEENEY SM Cranford Team 5 643 18.29 JAMES MCFADDEN SM Cranford Team6 645 18.30 PADDY FOX SM Cranford Team7 328 18.47 CONOR FARREL JM LACT8 664 18.48 NIAL ODONNELL JM Unattached9 633 18.48 HUMPHREY MURPHY SM Letterkenny A C 10 451 18.57 Adrian Boyle SM Unattached11 327 18.57 RAYAN MCGUELLA JM LACT12 343 18.59 GAVIN SHEVLIN JM CARRS ARMY13 333 19.00 SEAN BOYLE JM Unattached 14 585 19.05 Dylan Sweeney JM Unattached15 586 19.22 Michael Duffy SW Cranford A C16 657 19.35 OISÍN TOAL JM IND. BOYS17 520 19.38 Eddie Gallagher SM Cranford A C18 636 19.44 PAUL MCGETTIGAN SM Cranford Team19 581 19.48 karim Maguella JM Unattached20 532 20.14 SHAUN CROSSAN SM Finn Valley A C21 517 20.16 Dermot Mc Alaney JM Unattached22 542 20.22 COLLIE ODONNELL SM Letterkenny AC23 622 20.24 CHRISTINE RUSSELL JW Letterkenny AC24 681 20.28 ANDREW GILLON JM Unattached25 673 20.31 RYAN MCFADDEN JM Unattached26 685 20.32 Sean Kelly JM Unattached27 329 20.34 CAOIMHIN MARSH JM LACT28 579 20.35 Evan Dunleavy JM Unattached29 663 20.38 CONOR ODONNELL JM Unattached30 456 20.39 Barry Mackey SM Unattached31 337 20.42 MAX DUNNION JM Unattached32 548 20.46 EOIN FERRY JM Unattached33 656 20.46 WALLACE TAVAREZ JM IND. BOYS34 468 20.46 Cathal Morrison SM Unattached35 339 20.47 JACK PATTON JM CARRS ARMY36 443 20.48 PAUL GILDEA SM Unattached37 330 20.54 JOESEPH DOHERTY JM LACT38 340 20.55 KIARAN HUNTER JM CARRS ARMY39 341 21.05 SHAUN CROSSAN JM CARRS ARMY40 359 21.08 Daniel Gillispie SM Unattached41 619 21.10 JACK LAWLER JM Unattached42 703 21.14 Declan Walters SM Unattached43 475 21.14 Boyd Robbinson SM Unattached44 336 21.15 ADRIEN HARKIN SM Unattached45 342 21.16 JACK LAFFERTY JM CARRS ARMY46 650 21.17 FERGAL OGARA SM Unattached47 457 21.18 Padraig Mc Ginley SM Unattached48 406 21.21 RAYMOND RODGERS JM Unattached49 473 21.22 Sharon Black SW Letterkenny A C50 409 21.30 BEN DUNLEAVY SM Letterkenny AC51 580 21.33 Oisin Skinnader JM Unattached52 410 21.33 NICKY LANE JM Unattached53 595 21.34 PAUL LEE SM Letterkenny A C54 713 21.43 JAMES BOYLE SM Unattached55 444 21.49 LAIM MARLEY SM Unattached56 308 21.50 OISIN RANDLES JM Unattached57 635 21.54 BRIAN MCBRIDE SM Letterkenny A C58 505 21.54 Sammy Johnston SM 24/7 Triathlon59 670 21.57 ENDA KELLY SM Unattached60 316 21.58 GERRARD O’DONNELL SM Unattached61 555 22.00 GERARD MCCONVELL SM Unattached62 315 22.01 HELEN KENNEDY SW Unattached63 351 22.11 TERENCE GALLAGHER SM Unattached64 452 22.12 Darran Ferry SM Unattached65 317 22.15 JACK MC GARRIGLE JM Unattached66 309 22.18 CIARAN TOURISH JM Unattached67 604 22.26 RORY REYNOLDS SM Unattached68 536 22.26 SEAN MCGINLEY SM Unattached69 701 22.35 Donal McLaughin JM Unattached70 313 22.36 BRANDON MANUES JM Unattached71 560 22.36 LIAM DOHERTY SM Unattached72 460 22.37 Patrick Bonner SM Unattached73 805 22.40 Sean O’Donnell SM Lifford A C74 463 22.42 Noel Mc Cormack SM Unattached75 418 22.47 PATRICK MCGEEVER SM Unattached76 521 22.48 Dara Dunne SW Letterkenny A C77 402 22.52 ANTHONY DIVER JM Unattached78 632 22.53 JAMES MCBRIDE SM Unattached79 647 22.57 COLLETTE MCELWAINE SWUnattached80 483 23.02 Neil Barrett SM Unattached81 401 23.10 TERENCE DIVER SM Unattached82 584 23.13 Peadar Cunningham JM Unattached83 589 23.15 PJ DORRIAN JM Unattached84 568 23.16 Sinead Mc Laughlin SW Unattached85 577 23.16 Chris Ashmore SM Unattached86 454 23.20 Louis Carson JM Unattached87 556 23.21 STEPHEN ROBINSON SM Unattached88 557 23.22 NOEL MCBRIDE SM Unattached89 408 23.23 JAMES DOHERTY SM Milford A C90 485 23.25 Nancy Mc Namee SW Unattached91 566 23.30 Peter Kelly JM Unattached92 433 23.33 LOUIS BRADLEY SM Unattached93 494 23.34 Kian Ferry SM Unattached94 658 23.35 VINNIE TOYE JM IND. BOYS95 445 23.38 Chris Murray JM Unattached96 578 23.41 KARL GRAHAM JM IND. BOYS97 314 23.42 SENAN CULLINANE JM Unattached98 506 23.42 Gavin Johnston SM Unattached99 686 23.45 Tomas Coyle JM Unattached100 602 23.47 VADIM KALININ JM Unattached101 434 23.48 CORMAC NOLAN SM Unattached102 504 23.50 Eilis Mc Clafferty SW Unattached103 528 23.53 DERMOT GALLAGHAR SM Unattached104 654 23.57 NOEL MOORE SM Unattached105 558 24.00 KYLE MCGARVEY JM Unattached106 600 24.08 CHRIS CULLINANE JM Unattached107 458 24.10 Donnagha Mc Elhinnay JMUnattached108 428 24.21 JOHN GRANT SM Unattached109 564 24.22 DEAN HAMILTON JM Unattached110 527 24.22 JOHN HUGHES SM Letterkenny A C111 497 24.32 AIDAN Kelly SM Unattached112 571 24.34 Mary Kelly SW Unattached113 541 24.35 MARK GILDEA SM Unattached114 634 24.36 CLIVE MOORE SM Unattached115 583 24.36 Oisin Keenan JM Unattached116 322 24.43 RORY KENNEDY SM Unattached117 561 24.44 MICHAEL CONAGHAN SM Unattached118 311 24.52 ODHRAN DONNELLY JM Unattached119 430 24.54 CONOR LOGUE JM Letterkenny A C120 499 24.56 Tom DOHERTY JM Unattached121 641 25.04 BRIAN MAGUIRE JM Unattached122 484 25.09 Danielle Hynde JW Letterkenny A C123 472 25.17 niamh Shevlin JW Unattached124 471 25.23 Tara Callaghan SW Unattached125 551 25.23 JOHN DUFFY SM Unattached126 802 25.29 Paul McFadden JM Unattached127 407 25.33 YVONNE ODONNELL SW Unattached128 420 25.33 EAMON KERR SM Unattached129 572 25.39 Michael Kelly SM Unattached130 519 25.39 Aoibheann O’ Grady JWUnattached131 547 25.41 MICHAEL FOY SM Unattached132 450 25.42 Niamh Hughs SW Unattached133 677 25.44 JAMIE HUGHES SM Unattached134 565 25.54 MICHELLE KELLY SW Unattached135 904 25.57 JAMES DOHERTY JM Unattached136 567 25.57 Aideen Kelly SW Unattached137 503 25.58 Eithne Cox SW Letterkenny A C138 535 25.59 SUSIE BOGAN SW 24/7 Triathlon139 331 26.00 tieran KELLY SM Unattached140 533 26.05 CARLA DELANEY SW 24/7 Triathlon141 413 26.08 KARL CURRAN SM Unattached142 624 26.09 CLAIRE DOHERTY JW Unattached143 706 26.16 Irene Mc Fadden SW Unattached144 412 26.17 JOHN DOHERTY SM Letterkenny A C145 470 26.18 Michaela Gilliespie SWUnattached146 439 26.19 SEAMUS BYRNE SM Unattached147 522 26.26 ANTHONY PORTER JM Unattached148 801 26.29 Sharon MC cool SW Unattached149 422 26.29 MAUREEN DOHERTY SW Unattached150 554 26.30 MARIA AXFENTION JW Letterkenny AC151 446 26.34 Michael Mc Berty SM Unattached152 479 26.36 EILEEN MORNING SW Run LK153 804 26.36 James Carberry SM Unattached154 447 26.37 John Mc Berty SM Unattached155 700 26.45 Rachel Hannigan JW Unattached156 699 26.49 Nell Carr JW Unattached157 906 26.49 MATTHEW GALLAGHAR JMLetterkenny ACClub158 301 26.51 ADAM DOHERTY JM Unattached159 303 26.59 ANTHONY MC GLYNN JM Unattached160 615 26.59 PHILIP CONNOLY SM Unattached161 404 27.00 SEAN MCAULIFFE SM 24/7 Triathlon162 442 27.00 MATTHEW CURLEY JM Unattached163 426 27.08 SEAN BONNER SM Convoy Running Club164 501 27.12 Lisa Gallagher SW Unattached165 509 27.21 Mary Bonnar SW Unattached166 338 27.23 MAEVE CARR SW Unattached167 448 27.29 Desiree Casburn SW Unattached168 629 27.33 MAX LEAOLEY JM Unattached169 427 27.41 DARA SCOTT JM Unattached170 626 27.41 THOMAS BRIDGEMAN JM etterkenny AC171 683 27.41 MICHELLE MCDAID SW Unattached172 417 27.44 DYLAN GRANT JM Unattached173 486 27.49 Mairia MC Kenna Clarke SW Unattached174 601 27.50 JOHN BURKE SM Unattached175 655 27.53 JACKIE IRELAND SW Unattached176 304 27.56 OISIN SWEENEY JM Unattached177 523 28.02 MAIRE GEOGHAN SW Run LK178 621 28.02 HAZEL BROWNE SW Run LK179 496 28.05 MARK HOPE SM Unattached180 405 28.09 PAMELA MCGRANAGHAN SW Unattached181 518 28.31 Kieran Aitken JM Unattached182 559 28.32 ANDREA DOHERTY SW Unattached183 631 28.35 EOIN STEVENSON JM Unattached184 312 28.39 MATTHEW HEGHARTY JM Unattached185 425 28.51 MARIE BONNER SW Unattached186 302 28.51 LIAM GALLAGHER JM Unattached187 411 28.53 PAULINE GALLAGHER SW Unattached188 902 29.00 MICHAEL MCCOLE SM Unattached189 534 29.01 SINEAD OGORMAN SW Unattached190 591 29.01 CONOR CANLESS SM Unattached191 675 29.17 CONOR MARTIN SM Unattached192 587 29.26 Gavin Maguire JM Unattached193 513 29.30 Aaliyah Mc Cormick JW Unattached194 511 29.34 Caoimhe Kelly JW Unattached195 512 29.35 Ciara O’Donnell JW Unattached196 593 29.36 JORDAN NELIS JM Unattached197 594 29.38 THOMAS MISIDKEVICIUS JMUnattached Club198 403 29.40 JACK MCAULIFFE JM Unattached199 653 29.48 FRANCIE OBRIEN SM Unattached200 620 29.51 SHERAL HEATHERINGTON SW Run LK201 652 29.58 CIARAN SHEILS SM Unattached202 613 30.00 KYLE MCGARRIGLE JM Unattached203 574 30.13 Patricia Mc Donald SWUnattached204 573 30.40 Tag O’Donovan SM Unattached205 682 30.40 DARAGH TOAL JM IND. BOYS206 529 30.43 ROSANNA BYRNE SW Unattached207 431 30.50 NOELLE CROSSAN JW Unattached208 432 30.54 ALANNA RYAN JW Unattached209 498 31.03 Tommy DOHERTY SM Unattached210 667 31.04 ANN NICHOL SW Unattached211 592 31.05 CHRISTOPH DIGIMAS SM Unattached212 419 31.09 ALISTAIR GRIER SM Unattached213 510 31.26 Claire Kelly SW Unattached214 478 31.35 Louise DOHERTY SW Unattached215 638 31.36 ANDREW GRANT JM Unattached216 803 31.39 Colette Carberry SW Unattached217 416 31.49 MASON GILLEN JM Unattached218 415 31.51 GARY GILLEN SM Unattached219 524 31.51 MICHELLA DOHERTY SW Unattached220 597 31.55 KERRI SPENCE SW Unattached221 480 32.06 ALISTAIR HETHERINGTON SM Run LK222 421 32.06 MARY DOHERTY SW Unattached223 596 32.19 ANN-MARIE MCBREARTY SWUnattached224 525 32.25 MARIA MURRAY SW Unattached225 642 32.37 CIARAN GILESBE JM Unattached226 334 32.57 FIONA MCGEADY SW Unattached227 474 33.07 Colette Ward SW Unattached228 648 33.29 MALAEN CANNING SM Unattached229 649 33.48 JULIE CANNING SW Unattached230 438 33.48 DEARBHLA MCDERMOTT JWUnattached231 672 33.57 CATHERINE DUFFY SW Unattached232 562 34.02 CAITLIN WARD JW Unattached233 563 34.05 BRIAN WARD SW 24/7 Triathlon234 502 34.05 Ethna Wallace SW Unattached235 455 34.16 Chloe Carson JW Unattached236 671 34.31 JOANNE MCGETTIGAN SW Unattached237 429 34.42 TONY LOGUE SM Unatt Club238 414 34.43 KATHY NEE SW Unattached239 453 34.46 Diana Carson SW Unattached240 440 35.22 JAMES BYRNE JM Unattached241 307 36.24 EDWARD GRANT JM Unattached242 687 36.32 Morgan Patten JM Unattached243 306 36.38 CONNER MC GINTY JM Unattached244 679 36.43 SARAH DUFFY JW Unattached245 476 36.50 Hugh McDaid SM Unattached246 477 36.50 Christina Martin SW Unattached247 678 37.19 DEIRDRE DUFFY SW Unattached248 669 37.34 CIARA CROSSAN JW Unattached249 668 37.34 ELLEN DOHERTY JW Unattached250 570 37.50 Tina Lynch SW Unattached251 441 37.53 MARTIN ANDERSON SM Unattached252 582 38.01 Nicola Keenan SW Unattached253 603 38.19 HUGH WARD SM Unattached254 611 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43.44 Emma Farren SW Unattached279 493 43.44 Dawn Costello SW Unattached280 318 44.03 GRAINNE MC KEEVER SW Unattached281 640 44.03 CONOR HALVEY JM Unattached282 324 44.06 MARIUS GIDDEY JM Unattached283 575 44.06 Emma Harvey JW Unattached284 576 44.06 Aoife O’Donnell JW Unattached285 905 44.13 MAIREAD BURKE JW Unattached286 553 44.17 LISA MCCARRON JW LetterkennyA C287 469 44.17 Patrick Hickey SM Unattached288 552 44.17 GRACE BRODERICK JW LetterkennyA C289 467 44.17 Ronan Sheils JM Unattached290 704 44.30 Matthew Mc Govern JM Unattached291 465 44.30 Jackie Murphy SW Unattached292 466 44.44 Edel Lynch SW Unattached293 464 44.50 Muviel Sheils SW Unattached294 903 44.50 SUSIE MCMONAGLE SW Unattached295 901 44.53 GERRY MCCOOL SM Unattached296 684 45.02 PHILOMENA MCDAID SW Unattached297 707 45.02 CATHERINE RUSSELL SW Unattached298 708 45.22 SHAUNA MCCALLIAN SW Unattached299 607 45.22 NIAMH MCCORMACK SW Unattached300 550 45.25 GRACE BOYLE SW Unattached301 549 45.25 JACQUELLE GIBBONS SW Unattached302 515 45.54 Thajaina Bogdanova SWUnattached303 514 46.28 Olivia Kalinia SW Unattached304 449 46.28 Celine Sweeney SW Unattached305 674 46.28 GRACE GALLAGHER SW Unattached306 569 46.30 Margaret Larkin SW Unattached307 696 46.31 Chloe O’Donnell JW Unattached308 697 46.32 Alex O’Donnell JW Unattached309 711 46.35 KELLY FORDE JW Unattached310 606 46.35 ANN-MARIE MCCORMACK SWUnattached311 608 46.42 PAULA CRUMMLISH SW Unattached312 709 46.42 JOSEPHINE FORDE SW Unattached313 705 46.43 Elaine Mc Govern SW Unattached314 680 46.49 CARLA WHYTE JW Unattached315 335 46.49 ELAINE ODOHERTY SW Unattached316 459 46.49 Teresa Sullivan SW Unattached317 694 48.05 Martin O’Donnell SM Unatta Club318 488 48.14 Aishling Gallagher SWUnattached319 544 48.14 FIONA FARREN SW Unattached320 543 48.14 KATHLEEN GALLAGHAR SWUnattached321 610 48.20 ANN MCDAID SW Unattached322 461 48.20 Anne Carr SW Unattached323 609 49.20 DEIRDRE MCCARRON SW Unattached324 605 49.20 CATHERINE GILLIGAN SWUnattached325 531 49.25 EDDIE MCGEEVER SM Unattached326 637 49.25 SIOBHAN GRANT SW Unattached327 530 49.32 JIMMY CAVANAGH SM Unattached328 662 49.32 EIMEAR ODONNELL JW Unattached329 661 49.33 EILEEN ODONNELL SW Unattached330 538 49.34 MIRIAN OBOYCE SW Unattached331 539 50.18 ELLAN OBOYCE JW Unattached332 540 50.18 MEGAN OBOYCE JW Unattached333 537 50.28 MICHAEL OBOYCE SM Unattached334 489 50.47 Caroline Mohane SW Unattached335 490 50.49 John Mohane SM Unattached336 618 52.20 HOLLY TINNEY JW Unattached337 616 52.20 BARRY TINNEY SM Unattached338 617 52.20 KAELA TINNEY SW Unattached339 545 52.20 BERNARD TOYE SM Unattached340 546 52.35 SHARON TOYE SW Unattached341 598 52.35 PASCAL BLAKE SM Unattached342 321 52.37 GEARÓID MELVIN SM Unattached343 320 52.37 SIOBHÁN MELVIN SW Unattached344 599 52.42 PASQUELINE BLAKE SW Unattached345 491 52.42 Attracta McKay SW Unattached346 630 52.47 ADAM LEAOLEY SM Unattached347 689 52.47 Charlie Patten SM Unattached348 692 53.10 Jake Patten JM Unattached349 688 53.10 Jude Patten JM Unattached350 693 53.13 Millie Patten JW Unattached351 690 53.19 Catherine Patten SW UnattachedTotal Runners: 351RESULTS! 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