Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro celebrates after victory against John Isner of the US during their men’s singles fourth round match on day nine of The Roland Garros 2018 French Open tennis tournament in Paris on June 4, 2018. / AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE SIMONFifth seed Juan Martin del Potro brushed aside John Isner 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 to reach the French Open quarterfinals for the first time since 2012 on Monday.The Argentinian produced an impressive display on Court Suzanne Lenglen, firing 25 winners and making just 14 unforced errors against the American ninth seed.ADVERTISEMENT Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations MOST READ LATEST STORIES Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award The 29-year-old Del Potro was knocked out in the third round at Roland Garros last year after missing the previous four tournaments in Paris through injury.He will face either fellow former US Open champion and third seed Marin Cilic or fiery Italian Fabio Fognini in the last eight.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Kerber into second French Open quarterfinal View comments Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew
LAS VEGAS – There was all the usual Las Vegas talk Friday about gambling and sex. As far as the basketball, the best of that came from Scottie Pippen, who let it be known he’s looking for a job in the NBA – as a player. It was a strange start to the most unusual All-Star weekend in NBA history, where the best kind of veteran knowledge was how to handle one of the many temptations this gambling mecca has to offer. “I just know don’t hit on 17,” Lakers star Kobe Bryant said. Some locals are calling Sunday’s All-Star game the biggest event ever to hit Las Vegas, and the players realize they are only a small part of that. “I think this weekend is bringing the excitement back and Las Vegas is the reason,” Heat guard Dwyane Wade said. The casinos were packed, traffic on the Strip slowed and brokers were asking thousands of dollars in anticipation of the first All-Star game held outside an NBA city. “I think it’s a good match,” Bryant said. “Basketball is the greatest show in the world. Everybody loves watching, and what better place to have a great show than Las Vegas?” Still, the NBA still couldn’t escape all its problems. The first half of a season that began with the controversial switch to the new ball ended with the anti-gay remarks by former player Tim Hardaway, who was here representing the league in various functions. But the league sent Hardaway home after he said he hated gay people, a week after John Amaechi became the first former NBA player to say he was gay. Gavin Maloof, whose family owns the Sacramento Kings, said he wouldn’t allow a player on his team who shared Hardaway’s views. “What he said was wrong,” Maloof said. “I’m sure he’s apologized, but the damage has been done and he never should have said it.” Maloof’s presence showed just how different this weekend is. His family also owns the Palms, the casino where the players are staying. He and his brother, Joe, helped make this event happen by acting as the go-betweens between the NBA and Las Vegas mayor Oscar Goodman, and their casino also hosted Friday’s player interviews and the announcement of the Hall of Fame finalists. Stranger still was the proclamation from Pippen, who was on hand to participate in one of tonight’s events. The 41-year-old former all-star has been out of the NBA since playing 23 games in 2004 for Chicago, where he helped Michael Jordan lead the Bulls to six NBA championships. Now apparently Pippen is giving new meaning to “Be like Mike” – he wants do as Jordan did and come out of retirement to play again. “I know that I have the skills, it’s just about me going about polishing them,” Pippen said. “I think it’s sort of been on my mind the last couple of months.” Pippen said he’s been working out in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and would consider coming back only for a short stint with a contending team, preferably in a warm city. That sounds like Miami, and Wade, who grew up a Bulls fan in Chicago, said it would be a “dream” to have Pippen on a team. Also Friday, Phoenix coach Mike D’Antoni confirmed that Dirk Nowitzki would replace the injured Yao Ming in the starting lineup for the Western Conference. Nowitzki or Steve Nash of the Suns were the likely choices, but Nash had to pull out of the event because of a shoulder injury. D’Antoni said he had been leaning toward Nowitzki, anyway. That was about it for the basketball talk. Players were asked if they thought Las Vegas should have a team, which is naturally the biggest topic of discussion here. The city desperately wants a pro franchise, but Stern had previously said he would never put a team here as long as there is betting on the league in the casinos. But there now seems like room for compromise, with Stern agreeing to allow Goodman to submit a proposal to the owners on how Las Vegas would handle betting on an NBA team. The players are aware of the betting issue. “Our rules are you can’t gamble on the game, you can’t bet on games and you can’t bet against certain players,” Shaquille O’Neal said. “But roulette and blackjack, I play that all the time.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
LaTrina Payne and Tiffany Wilson each scored 16 points to help the Cerritos College women’s basketball team rally and beat El Camino, 55-52, to finish in sole possession of second place in the South Coast Conference. The visiting Falcons (17-14, 5-3) were down 28-22 at halftime before surging to go ahead by as many as 12 in the second half. El Camino fell to 12-18, 3-5. Joy Mason had 20 points and 11 rebounds to help the Gauchos (21-8, 9-5) beat the visiting Chargers (14-16, 7-7) in Orange Empire Conference play. Brae Butler had 23 points and 10 rebounds for Cypress. Cal State Dominguez Hills 69, Cal State L.A. 41 Jessica Liang had 21 points and five assists to help the Toros (12-9, 9-8) beat visiting Cal State L.A. (3-19, 1-16) in a California Collegiate Athletic Association contest. Men’s basketball Cerritos will be in the SoCal Regional Playoffs, with the pairings to be released Monday. Saddleback 73, Cypress 59 Saddleback 68, Cypress 58 Tremaine Ford totaled 14 points and 17 rebounds to help the Gauchos (23-7, 10-2) beat the visiting Chargers (6-24, 0-12) in OEC action. Cypress was paced by Jeff Comminey with 20 points. Cal State Dominguez Hills 76, Cal State L.A. 74 Four Toros scored in double figures, led by Gabe Bernard with 16 points, as CSDH (10-12, 7-10) beat visiting Cal State L.A. (9-13, 6-11). Carlos Rivers added 15 points for the Toros, while Shamont Brown had 13 points and Jamaal Barnes had 11. Jontae Vinson led Cal State L.A. with 28 points. Women’s tennis Cerritos 7, Glendale 2 Jelaine DeGuzman, Sonia Gutierrez and Asha Badal were each in on victories in both singles and doubles to help the Falcons (2-2) beat visiting Glendale in a nonconference clash. Men’s volleyball Long Beach City 3, Irvine Valley 1 Adam Church totaled 18 kills and three blocks to help the Vikings (4-0) beat the visiting Lasers (3-1) in SCC competition. Also for LBCC, Naseri Tumanuvao had 14 kills, 13 digs and three blocks, and Chris Ongay had 13 kills and 11 blocks. Baseball LBCC 5, College of Canyons 3 Josh Furlong (1-2) allowed two runs – one earned – on two hits in 6 1/3 innings and Mark Ruiz went 3 for 4 with two RBI to help the Vikings (3-9) beat visiting Canyons (5-7). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
1 Chelsea’s miserable start to the season continued as they lost their fifth game in ten matches when they were reduced to ten men and beaten 2-1 at West Ham.The Hammers took a 17th-minute lead through Mauro Zarate, when Diego Costa’s failed clearance set up nicely for the Argentinean to cleanly strike a low, powerful half-volley past Asmir Begovic.Chelsea tried to grow into the game and they nearly had a leveller when Kurt Zouma’s header was cleared off the line by a combination of Adrian and Manuel Lanzini. It was a close call and Blues players were appealing for a goal, but technology ruled the ball had not crossed the line and replays showed there were fractions in it.Lanzini nearly doubled West Ham’s tally as he was through on goal, on the left-hand side of the box, and his dinked shot beat Begovic, sailing over the bar by a small margin.Cesc Fabregas had a goal ruled out as he was shown to be a yard offside, as Ramires led a Chelsea counter.Chelsea’s tough task became a whole lot tougher before the break, as Nemanja Matic was shown a second yellow card, for a rugby-like challenge on Diafra Sakho. Chelsea protested and Diego Costa and Fabregas were booked for dissent, while a member of the Blues’ coaching staff was sent to the stands, soon followed by Mourinho after he was dismissed in the interval.The Blues had a good start to the second period as Gary Cahil fired Mourinho’s men level, reacting quickest to a knock-down after the corner, powering a shot past Adrian.With 11 minutes remaining, substitute Andy Carroll scored a trademark goal, rising highest to head the Hammers a second.Elsewhere, the pressure piled on Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood when they slumped to another defeat, losing 2-1 against Swansea at Villa Park.It was a much needed win for Swansea boss Garry Monk, while it was a tale of two brothers as Jordan and Andre Ayew both got on the score sheet.Summer signing Jordan [Ayew] opened the scoring shortly after the hour mark as he headed home at the far post, before Gylfi Sigurdsson put the visitors level with a delightful free-kick just six minutes later.Swansea won it late on, Andre [Ayew] stabbing the ball home after Kyle Naughton’s dangerous low cross.Jamie Vardy’s goal-scoring form continued as Leicester ran out 1-0 winners at home to Crystal Palace.After a goalless first half at the King Power Stadium, Vardy netted his tenth goal in as many games for the Foxes this season. What a well-taken goal it was too, the 28-year-old England international latching onto Riyad Mahrez’s through-ball. He was set through on goal and, with goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey closing him down, he dinked the ball over the Eagles stopper before calmly slotting home after 59 minutes.Elsewhere, Watford won their third match of the season, shocking Stoke City with a 2-0 win at the Britannia.After twice hitting the bar, the Hornets eventually found the breakthrough minutes before the interval when Odion Ighalo’s sublime flick on the edge of the box found Troy Deeney, who turned his marker before firing home his first Premier League goal.Almen Abdi then doubled the visitors’ lead after 69 minutes, finishing brilliantly to beat England’s Jack Butland.And finally it was a tight affair at Carrow Road, with West Brom leaving Norfolk three points better off thanks to record signing Salomon Rondon, who scored his second goal for the Baggies by netting after 46 minutes in the 1-0 win.Full-time scoresWest Ham United 2-1 ChelseaStoke City 0-2 WatfordAston Villa 1-2 Swansea CityLeicester City 1-0 Crystal PalaceNorwich City 0-1 West Bromwich Albion Another frustrating afternoon for Jose Mourinho
“We flushed him out of the pocket, but we kept missing him,” USC defensive lineman Frostee Rucker said. “He kept making plays. A player like that is not something we could prepare for in practice. “You don’t expect a guy to have moves like that.” Texas led 16-7 in the second quarter and 16-10 at the half. But USC scored on its first four second-half possessions and took its biggest lead of the ballgame when quarterback Matt Leinart connected with Dwayne Jarrett on a 22-yard touchdown pass with 6:42 to play. “Our mood wasn’t somber,” Texas tight end David Thomas said. “We knew as long as we had time we had a chance. And we knew what Vince could do, too.” Young rallied the Longhorns on the next drive with an eight-play, 69-yard drive in which he mixed runs and passes. He ducked into the end zone on a 17-yard run on what appeared to be a broken play. The Longhorns got the ball back with 2:09 to play when the Texas defense held the Trojans on fourth down. USC coach Pete Carroll opted to run tailback LenDale White – who ran for 124 yards on 20 carries and scored touchdowns on runs of 4, 3 and 12 yards – on fourth-and-two at the Texas 45. But the bruiser, like Carroll’s gamble, came up a yard short. The Longhorns defense stiffened and stopped White at the 44. “They won two national championships and almost won another one until we stepped in,” defensive back Aaron Ross said. Said Carroll: “For us at the time, it was exactly the right thing to do. When you have a chance to win the ballgame, that’s what you do. … I didn’t give it a second thought.” A first down would have given USC the ballgame. But the stop gave Texas the ball at its own 44. Young passed the Longhorns down to the USC 8, then scrambled into the right side of the end zone when he couldn’t find an open receiver on the Longhorns’ final offensive play. “That was my third option,” Young said. “I kind of looked around and took it down.” USC quarterback Matt Leinart, playing in his final college game, completed 29 of 40 passes for 365 yards and a touchdown, including 16 of 18 pass attempts in the second half. Bush, who finished with 84 yards rushing on 13 carries and caught six passes for 95 yards, went to the Texas locker room after the game to congratulate Young and the Longhorns on their win. “Reggie Bush is the Heisman, all hats off to him,” Young said. “He can do nothing but get better. When we were in the locker room after he left the media, he came to our locker room and shook our hands. I have all the respect in the world for him. He’s just a great guy to me overall.” USC had been considered such a favorite, ESPN’s SportsCenter had spent the past week pitting the Trojans against the best teams of all time. The one that couldn’t beat them was the one of their era they faced Wednesday night. “If you beat the greatest, I say you’re the greatest,” Texas defensive lineman Rod Wright said. “I’m going to let y’all decide on that.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2239 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonIn a Bowl Championship Series title game that was as high on drama as it was on hype, the No. 2 Longhorns (13-0) erased a 12-point deficit with two touchdowns in the final 4 minutes, 3 seconds to snap No. 1 USC’s 34-game winning streak and keep the Trojans from becoming the first team ever to win three consecutive Associated Press national titles. Texas’ national title is the fourth in school history and the first since 1970 when the Longhorns shared the championship with Nebraska. And it gives Young the redemption he coveted after finishing second to USC tailback Reggie Bush in the Heisman Trophy vote. “This feels real good,” Young said. “I just know how much hard work we put in to get to this point.” Young completed 30 of 40 passes for 267 yards and rushed 19 times for an additional 200 yards. He ran for three touchdowns on runs of 14, 17 and 8 yards, his final two coming in the final 4:03 of the game. He led the Longhorns back from a 38-26 deficit with drives of 69 and 56 yards. He mixed passes and runs that stymied the Trojans defense and earned him his second Rose Bowl MVP. For the second consecutive season, Young turned college football’s most storied bowl game into his own personal showcase. This time, he also gave the Longhorns their first national title in 25 years. “This was a night for champions, a championship night,” USC coach Pete Carroll said. “Two teams battled all night and did a phenomenal job. … If you have to hand it over, step aside for somebody. That’s a heck of a football program to do that for.” PASADENA – The streak is history, and so too is USC’s claim on the title “greatest of all time.” Vince Young made sure of that Wednesday when he strutted 8 yards to the end zone with 19 seconds left to give Texas a 41-38 victory over the two-time defending champs in the 92nd Rose Bowl.
*Donegal U14 Girls Trials*The U14 Girls Donegal GAA trials continued on Saturday last in Deele College, Raphoe. The squad of 54 was cut to 40 and the Milford girls Mia & Megan Nyhan, Leah Duggan and Niamh Gallagher have made it to the last 40. The trials have finished till after Christmas and 10 more will go in the New Year. Well done to the girls and we wish them luck in the new year *Jigs and Reels*Milford GAA in association with Milford National School will present Jigs and Reels in the Silver Tassie Hotel on February 15th, 2013. Admission will be €15 for adults and €5 for children and tickets for this event would make an ideal Christmas present. Tickets are available from any committee member or from the Milford Post Office.*Lotto* This weeks lotto numbers were 3-7-18-23. No jackpot winner or match 3 winners therefore 2 names were drawn and get €35 each. Winners were: Joe & Bernie O Donnell, and Rose Marley, Milford. Next weeks Jackpot is €5,260. All lotto tickets bought in December will be entered into a draw for a Christmas hamper. The hampers are on display in McBrides shop, Milford, and Whoriskeys of Ramelton*Milford GAA Club Gear*Anyone who ordered club gear at the recent underage presentation night please be aware that the gear is now available for collection in McCormicks sports*Scor Table Quiz*Any club members interested in forming a table quiz team to take part in the Scor in January or February please contact 0863409183 or 0749152455 or contact the facebook page*Conversational Irish Classes*Conversational Irish classes continue every Wednesday at 7pm in the clubhouse at Moyleview Park. Adults and children welcome. Admission: Adults €2, Children €1. The classes will be for 1.5 hours and refreshments will be provided. GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: December 18th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: MILFORD GAA CLUB NEWS
Last night’s Furey Insurances 5K in balmy Buncrana saw superb winning runs from Letterkenny’s Ciaran Doherty and Lifford’s Anne Marie McGlynn, to underline yet again the deserved reputation of the event as the premier 5K in the North West.Doherty was pushed hard to just before the 3K mark by Derry athletes Declan Reed and Scott Rankin but from there he was imperious, speeding to a stunning new Irish best on the course of 14m 34s, taking six seconds off Joe McAlister’s previous record figures.McGlynn ran a new pb of 16m 32s, the second fastest female clocking on the course as she finished well clear of the opposition in an excellent 19th overall. In ideal racing conditions over 260 starters lined up and the huge turnout of spectators were treated to a series of impressive performances. The prevailing North West wind and warm temperatures combined to aid fast times and they were there in abundance on the night as the athletes took full advantage.Doherty, Reed and Rankin were clear from the gun, chased by Emmet McGinty who in turn was pursued by a large chasing pack. The following wind was a bonus on the first 2k plus and they had the advantage of turning onto the sheltered back road on the way to the finish. Doherty upped the ante from the turn and came home an impressive winner, 14 seconds ahead of Reed whose 14m 48 s equalled his 5K road pb and Rankin took third on 15m even.Doherty’s time was the fastest ever on the course by an Irish runner, the all comers record of 14m 18s was set last year by Kenyan Freddie Sittu. Freddie is currently in the North West but sat out the Wednesday night action. McGinty held on for fourth with a good 15m 12s, in fifth was Pauric McKinney, the top M45 with a decent 15m 25s. Gary Slevin and Colin Roberts were next on 15m 35s and 15m 38s and Roberts claimed the M40 category prize. McGlynn was a clear female winner, always going away from her opposition and looked really smooth for her 16m 32s winning time. Behind her two notable runs from Springwell’s Gemma Turley, a pb of 18m 06s and Spartans teenager Amy McDaid, whose 18m 38s run was perhaps her best road race performance ever.The four to score team prizes went to the male Spartans who packed well for an easy win ahead of 2012 winners Foyle Valley and Letterkenny while Inishowen led home by fourth placer Kim McLaughlin, saw off the female Spartans and Finn Valley.Reflecting the pulling power of the race the age group awards went to athletes from a wide array of clubs, Letterkenny, Lagan Valley, Inishowen, City of Derry, Finn Valley,North Belfast Harriers, Springwell and NW Tri club all had athletes on the podium.The next two races in the series are Lisnagelvin on Wednesday 26th June and Baliniska on Wednesday 17th July. Both have the usual 7 30pm start times and pre entries can be made via email to email@example.comALL THE RESULTSPlace BIB Name Team Category Time Min/MilePace 1 240 Ciaran Doherty Letterkenny AC M35 14:34.05 4:42/M2 102 Declan Deed City of Derry Spartans AC M35 14:48.31 4:46/M3 67 Scott Rankin Foyle Valley MO 15:00.66 4:50/M4 50 Emmett McGinty City of Derry Spartans AC MO 15:12.25 4:54/M 5 115 Pauric McKinney Inishowen AC M45 15:25.20 4:58/M6 114 Gary Slevin City of Derry Spartans AC MO 15:34.87 5:01/M7 119 Colin Roberts City of Derry Spartans AC M40 15:37.57 5:02/M8 59 Brendan Murphy City of Derry Spartans AC MO 15:42.29 5:04/M9 103 James Brown City of Derry Spartans AC M40 15:52.20 5:07/M10 118 Pius McIntyre Foyle Valley MO 15:56.46 5:08/M11 108 Dean Toland Finn Valley AC MO 16:01.94 5:10/M12 24 Kevin Ferry Letterkenny AC M40 16:05.08 5:11/M13 116 Colin Watson Finn Valley AC M35 16:09.30 5:13/M14 100 Chris McGuiness Foyle Valley MO 16:16.10 5:15/M15 201 Paul McGlinchey Letterkenny AC MO 16:19.63 5:16/M16 185 Stephen Connor Foyle Valley MO 16:22.41 5:17/M17 41 Paul McCafferty City of Derry Spartans AC M45 16:26.69 5:18/M18 51 Ann-Marie McGlynn Lifford AC FO 16:32.11 5:20/M19 36 Martin Irwin Finn Valley AC M40 16:36.35 5:21/M20 158 Mark McBrearty Lifford AC MO 16:36.53 5:21/M21 16 Karol Doherty U/A Wheelchair 16:10.422 12 Brian Crossan U/A M35 16:44.54 5:24/M23 162 Noel Logan City of Derry Spartans AC MO 16:47.06 5:25/M24 45 Paddy McDaid Letterkenny AC M35 17:07.75 5:31/M25 208 Gerard Doherty Inishowen AC MO 17:09.55 5:32/M26 150 Adrian Boyle Foyle Valley M35 17:11.40 5:33/M27 214 Sean Dudgeon Lifford AC MO 17:12.87 5:33/M28 23 Brian Ferry Letterkenny AC M35 17:15.98 5:34/M29 113 Laurence Johnston North Belfast Harriers M50 17:16.84 5:34/M30 206 Liam Doherty Cranford AC M35 17:19.36 5:35/M31 132 Bill Duncan Lifford AC M45 17:20.59 5:35/M32 154 Aidan Mckenna Letterkenny AC M40 17:25.20 5:37/M33 144 Adrian Toye Letterkenny AC MO 17:28.80 5:38/M34 20 Connor Donaghey Foyle Valley MO 17:30.02 5:39/M35 176 Raymond Birch Letterkenny AC MO 17:30.45 5:39/M36 153 Barry Meehan Letterkenny AC MO 17:32.04 5:39/M37 61 Liam Murray U/A MO 17:32.74 5:39/M38 125 David Jackson Springwell RC M45 17:32.76 5:39/M39 26 Padraig Friel Letterkenny AC M35 17:33.48 5:40/M40 225 Pauric Breslin U/A MO 17:37.51 5:41/M41 233 Brendan Devlin U/A M35 17:40.39 5:42/M42 157 Dwaine Robb Inishowen AC MO 17:48.78 5:45/M43 210 PJ Boyce Cranford AC M40 17:49.80 5:45/M44 137 Shane Doherty Inishowen AC MO 17:53.22 5:46/M45 112 Michael McKnight U/A M50 17:55.74 5:47/M46 33 Brendan Irvin Finn Valley AC M35 17:57.01 5:47/M47 32 Ronan Hegarty U/A MJ 18:00.15 5:48/M48 164 Daniel Quigley Cool running MO 18:01.41 5:49/M49 165 James Beattie Born to Run M35 18:03.61 5:49/M50 48 Gareth McGee City of Derry Spartans AC M40 18:04.94 5:50/M51 239 Gemma Turley Springwell RC FO 18:06.08 5:50/M52 169 Gareth Kerrigan Milford AC MO 18:06.37 5:50/M53 53 Zachary McGowan City of Derry Spartans AC MJ 18:06.98 5:50/M54 2 Niall Barry Letterkenny AC M35 18:07.02 5:51/M55 139 Pat Gallagher Inishowen AC M35 18:13.95 5:53/M56 209 Michael Murphy U/A M35 18:17.44 5:54/M57 264 Shaun McDaid Inishowen AC M40 18:20.16 5:55/M58 83 Dermot Connolly City of Derry Spartans AC M50 18:20.49 5:55/M59 72 Darren Wallace Foyle Valley MO 18:22.25 5:55/M60 121 Hugh Duffy Cranford AC MO 18:25.66 5:56/M61 179 Ardal McDermott U/A M35 18:26.90 5:57/M62 4 Jim Breen Springwell RC M55 18:27.06 5:57/M63 168 Brian Doherty Milford AC MO 18:27.63 5:57/M64 65 Darren Price U/A MO 18:28.14 5:57/M65 213 Paul mcMonagle Letterkenny AC MO 18:28.60 5:57/M66 111 Jim Newberry North Belfast Harriers M60 18:29.99 5:58/M67 151 Sean Bradley U/A M35 18:30.97 5:58/M68 94 Jarlath Fearon NWTC M50 18:31.79 5:58/M69 127 Ciaran O’Donnell Letterkenny AC M40 18:34.35 5:59/M70 142 Alvaro San Miguel NWTC MO 18:35.76 6:00/M71 101 Amy McDaid City of Derry Spartans AC FJ 18:37.67 6:00/M72 242 Clint Doherty Letterkenny 24/7 M35 18:38.03 6:01/M73 90 Shaun Moore Inishowen AC M35 18:39.90 6:01/M74 184 Johnny McClaren NWTC M35 18:41.38 6:02/M75 107 Paddy Ward Letterkenny AC M55 18:41.45 6:02/M76 241 Kevin McMenamin Lifford AC M35 18:44.10 6:03/M77 40 Stewart Magee U/A MO 18:44.69 6:03/M78 250 Brendan Friel U/A MO 18:45.48 6:03/M79 122 Mick Harkin Inishowen AC M40 18:45.67 6:03/M80 39 Peter Lilburn City of Derry Spartans AC M55 18:45.92 6:03/M81 11 Kieran Coyle Letterkenny AC M35 18:47.59 6:04/M82 166 Martin McGinley U/A M40 18:48.71 6:04/M83 134 Marty Dunleavey Foyle Valley M45 18:49.26 6:04/M84 261 Robert Gallagher U/A M35 18:50.83 6:05/M85 63 Gerry O’Doherty Springwell RC M55 18:51.50 6:05/M86 135 Kim McLaughlin Inishowen AC FO 18:54.35 6:06/M87 136 Benny McDaid Inishowen AC MO 18:55.13 6:06/M88 260 Seamus Morrison Letterkenny AC M40 18:56.70 6:06/M89 268 John Cassidy U/A MJ 18:59.76 6:07/M90 88 Barry Kearney U/A M40 19:00.47 6:08/M91 10 Michael Collins Inishowen AC M45 19:01.14 6:08/M92 230 Kevin O’Sullivan NWTC M40 19:01.59 6:08/M93 141 Maeve Maher-McWilliams NWTC FO 19:08.76 6:10/M94 175 Colly O’Donnell Kickboxing LK M40 19:09.93 6:11/M95 205 Shaun McMenamin U/A M50 19:10.78 6:11/M96 211 Ben George Letterkenny AC M35 19:12.46 6:12/M97 220 Adrian Callaghan Letterkenny AC M40 19:14.63 6:12/M98 87 Eugene McGettigan Letterkenny AC M35 19:19.58 6:14/M99 203 Thomas Farren U/A M40 19:20.07 6:14/M100 215 Tony Gallagher Finn Valley AC M45 19:20.43 6:14/M101 161 Paul Cosgrove Letterkenny AC M45 19:21.18 6:15/M102 216 Catherine Dooher Finn Valley AC FO 19:22.64 6:15/M103 138 Cathal Harvey U/A MO 19:23.01 6:15/M104 18 Seamus Doherty U/A M35 19:23.08 6:15/M105 19 Theresa Doherty Inishowen AC FO 19:31.01 6:18/M106 120 Ciara Toner Springwell RC FO 19:32.96 6:18/M107 29 Michael Gallagher Foyle Valley M50 19:33.49 6:18/M108 49 Jackie McGinley City of Derry Spartans AC M40 19:35.47 6:19/M109 42 Malcolm McCausland Lifford AC M60 19:45.72 6:22/M110 231 James mcConnell NWTC M40 19:49.14 6:24/M111 123 Frances Judge Letterkenny AC F45 19:50.26 6:24/M112 152 Boyd Robinson U/A M35 19:51.47 6:24/M113 171 Emmett Mullan NWTC MJ 19:53.27 6:25/M114 68 Andrew Stoddart U/A MO 19:54.42 6:25/M115 106 Jamie Friel U/A M35 20:02.86 6:28/M116 183 Ciara Neary U/A FO 20:03.93 6:28/M117 124 Gerard Mullen Letterkenny AC M40 20:07.97 6:29/M118 64 Charlie O’Donnell Letterkenny AC M35 20:15.34 6:32/M119 226 Aron Cole U/A M40 20:16.52 6:32/M120 128 Richard Raymond Letterkenny AC M55 20:17.87 6:33/M121 146 Darren Beecroft Letterkenny AC M45 20:21.20 6:34/M122 133 Gary Gumbleton U/A MO 20:25.79 6:35/M123 187 Pawel Dudek U/A M40 20:25.90 6:35/M124 197 David Henry U/A MO 20:27.50 6:36/M125 155 Trevor Cox U/A M35 20:29.10 6:36/M126 105 Charles Vervial U/A MJ 20:32.52 6:37/M127 191 Sheila Doherty Inishowen AC FO 20:33.89 6:38/M128 178 Marie Boyle Letterkenny AC FO 20:33.96 6:38/M129 160 Hugh Gallagher Letterkenny AC M55 20:36.97 6:39/M130 202 Shaun Heaney N.W.T.C MO 20:38.38 6:39/M131 147 Shane McCormick U/A M35 20:38.78 6:39/M132 246 Nikita Burke U/A FO 20:44.96 6:41/M133 249 Naoise Enright Letterkenny AC M35 20:45.15 6:42/M134 82 Peter McKinney Inishowen AC M50 20:46.30 6:42/M135 238 Hugh Ferry U/A MO 20:47.08 6:42/M136 177 Jane McGinley Letterkenny AC FO 20:47.70 6:42/M137 95 Mary Hippsley Finn Valley AC F45 20:56.55 6:45/M138 222 Ciara Fraser City of Derry Spartans AC FO 21:00.18 6:46/M139 262 Christopher McNulty U/A MO 21:14.30 6:51/M140 55 Bernard McLaughlin U/A M35 21:16.42 6:52/M141 38 Janeen Lesse City of Derry Spartans AC FO 21:17.08 6:52/M142 245 Eimear McClafferty U/A FO 21:18.42 6:52/M143 255 Gerard Doyle Inishowen AC M40 21:21.96 6:53/M144 148 Declan McGill Foyle Valley M35 21:22.97 6:54/M145 60 Anthony Murray U/A M60 21:23.32 6:54/M146 109 Emmett McCarron U/A MO 21:28.70 6:55/M147 110 Darren Toland U/A MO 21:30.31 6:56/M148 269 Noel Lynch Letterkenny AC M45 21:34.97 6:57/M149 47 Darryl McGee U/A MO 21:36.23 6:58/M150 80 Ronan Doherty Inishowen AC MO 21:40.12 6:59/M151 254 Liam Noel Bradley U/A M35 21:40.72 6:59/M152 140 Paul O’Donnell U/A MO 21:44.59 7:01/M153 129 Lorraine McDaid U/A FO 21:44.65 7:01/M154 130 Serena McDaid U/A FO 21:46.28 7:01/M155 207 Charlene McIntyre U/A FO 21:49.06 7:02/M156 89 Thomas Doherty U/A M40 21:51.96 7:03/M157 180 Trina Mhic Dhónaill U/A F40 21:53.90 7:04/M158 244 Theresa Doherty Inishowen AC FO 21:55.06 7:04/M159 131 Amanda McFadden U/A FO 21:56.17 7:05/M160 97 John O’Loughlin U/A MO 22:09.35 7:09/M161 170 Emma-Jo McConnellogue NWTC FJ 22:15.97 7:11/M162 258 Camilla McGranaghan City of Derry Spartans AC F35 22:22.06 7:13/M163 204 Ernie Pollock U/A M50 22:23.10 7:13/M164 232 Sinead O’Brien U/A F35 22:26.26 7:14/M165 17 Ruth Doherty Inishowen AC F35 22:30.38 7:15/M166 9 Breege Collins Inishowen AC F40 22:32.94 7:16/M167 248 Patricia McLaughlin Inishowen AC F40 22:33.04 7:16/M168 163 Claire Connor City of Derry Spartans AC F45 22:38.35 7:18/M169 263 Brendan Conner NWTC M45 22:38.67 7:18/M170 267 Cathal Crossan U/A MO 22:39.79 7:18/M171 86 Seamus Carlin Boys club boxing MO 22:40.63 7:19/M172 237 Eugene McGinley U/A M45 22:41.13 7:19/M173 98 Edward John Grant U/A M35 22:41.61 7:19/M174 188 Terry Doherty U/A M40 22:46.93 7:21/M175 78 Damian Downey Inishowen AC M40 22:47.71 7:21/M176 256 Gary Wade Born to Run M40 22:49.99 7:22/M177 186 Anthony Mcfadden U/A MO 22:54.13 7:23/M178 66 Stephen Quigley Buncrana Hearts FC M40 22:58.82 7:25/M179 21 Gloria Donaghey Finn Valley AC F50 22:58.91 7:25/M180 234 Aidan Kelly U/A M35 22:59.67 7:25/M181 172 Shaun O’Donnell U/A M50 23:01.54 7:25/M182 143 Pat Cunningham NWTC M50 23:06.47 7:27/M183 79 John McCandless Inishowen AC M40 23:16.17 7:30/M184 223 Grainne Kearns City of Derry Spartans AC FO 23:19.33 7:31/M185 7 Brigeen Canavan City of Derry Spartans AC F45 23:22.90 7:32/M186 159 William Baldrick U/A M35 23:25.92 7:33/M187 74 Noel Cullen U/A M35 23:26.09 7:34/M188 58 Cathy Moran Foyle Valley F50 23:26.39 7:34/M189 31 Kieran Grant U/A MO 23:27.61 7:34/M190 219 Paul Sweeney U/A M35 23:30.19 7:35/M191 193 Georgina Dixon U/A F35 23:30.58 7:35/M192 167 Alison Hill U/A FO 23:36.99 7:37/M193 117 Marie O’Donnell Inishowen AC F35 23:41.63 7:38/M194 253 Kieran McElroy U/A M40 23:43.65 7:39/M195 99 Connor Harkin U/A M35 23:44.12 7:39/M196 54 Melissa McIntyre Inishowen AC FO 23:45.28 7:40/M197 84 Denis Kelly U/A M40 23:46.18 7:40/M198 13 Joanne Cullen U/A FO 23:46.34 7:40/M199 27 Colm Furey U/A M35 23:47.34 7:40/M200 35 Declan Irwin U/A MO 23:51.49 7:42/M201 104 Eilis Galbraith Inishowen AC FO 23:53.71 7:42/M202 190 Aideen McLaughlin Inishowen AC F45 23:59.21 7:44/M203 189 Evelyn Mcgeehan Finn Valley AC F45 24:01.79 7:45/M204 93 Stephanie Campbell U/A FO 24:32.63 7:55/M205 257 Mark Quigley Born to Run M40 24:41.39 7:58/M206 81 Ilze Kaulina U/A FO 24:46.58 7:59/M207 43 Dessie McCourt Foyle Valley M40 24:47.02 8:00/M208 217 Alison Stoddart U/A FO 24:54.08 8:02/M209 71 Keiron Tourish U/A M45 24:56.90 8:03/M210 251 Francesca Patton U/A FO 24:57.58 8:03/M211 85 Majella McLaughlin Inishowen AC FO 24:59.20 8:04/M212 196 Siabhria O’Flaherty U/A FO 25:00.58 8:04/M213 30 Danielle Grant Inishowen AC FO 25:00.67 8:04/M214 37 Seana Jackson Inisnowen AC F40 25:03.74 8:05/M215 195 Barry Tooristt NWTC M50 25:12.73 8:08/M216 156 Tomas Rodgers U/A MO 25:19.76 8:10/M217 243 Robbie Hale Cool running M45 25:23.48 8:11/M218 227 David Payne U/A M35 25:27.46 8:13/M219 199 Tony Graham U/A M35 25:38.14 8:16/M220 265 Olivia Gillen Convoy Running Club FO 25:38.77 8:16/M221 182 Audrey Friel Lifford AC F40 25:53.74 8:21/M222 266 Aisling Duggan U/A FJ 25:57.22 8:22/M223 212 Patsy Doherty Omega M50 26:05.12 8:25/M224 229 Lousie Friel U/A FO 26:13.48 8:27/M225 52 Caroline McGonigle U/A F35 26:13.79 8:27/M226 247 Jennifer Hegarty U/A F35 26:23.65 8:31/M227 92 Michelle McLaughlin U/A FO 26:33.25 8:34/M228 91 William McLaughlin U/A MO 26:33.42 8:34/M229 236 Elaine Duffy U/A F40 26:36.95 8:35/M230 56 Emma McLaughlin U/A F35 26:41.17 8:36/M231 224 Michelle Kearney U/A FO 26:42.49 8:37/M232 198 Anne Graham Inishowen AC F35 26:44.96 8:37/M233 192 Noelle Doherty U/A FO 26:53.48 8:40/M234 228 Claire McLaughlin U/A FO 27:01.91 8:43/M235 174 Desmond Brownlie Lagan Valley AC M65 27:04.06 8:44/M236 28 Darren Gallagher U/A MO 27:06.06 8:45/M237 218 Marie Carey Inishowen AC F40 27:24.42 8:50/M238 181 Tracey Hayes Lifford AC F35 27:31.63 8:53/M239 14 Michelle Cullen U/A FO 27:44.42 8:57/M240 77 John Curran U/A MO 27:47.25 8:58/M241 62 Louise O’Connor Inishowen AC F35 28:00.53 9:02/M242 96 Kathleen (Carter) Seevaratnam U/A F45 28:00.78 9:02/M243 149 Siobhan Maher Inishowen AC F35 28:10.21 9:05/M244 25 Patrick Fox U/A M40 28:11.78 9:05/M245 73 Maire Fitzpatrick U/A F40 28:17.62 9:07/M246 252 Paula O’Donnell Finn Valley AC F35 28:23.58 9:09/M247 235 Bridie Baldrick U/A F60 28:46.27 9:17/M248 221 Tracey Ojorgjjevski U/A FO 28:53.02 9:19/M249 44 Michael McDaid U/A MO 28:54.33 9:19/M250 194 Mairead McIntyre U/A FO 29:20.99 9:28/M251 6 Jenny Byrne City of Derry Spartans AC F40 30:25.58 9:49/M252 173 Mary O’Donnell U/A F45 30:41.93 9:54/M253 3 Fiona Baylis City of Derry Spartans AC F45 30:46.66 9:55/M254 5 Bridgeen Byrne City of Derry Spartans AC F50 32:03.74 10:20/M255 1 Susan Acton City of Derry Spartans AC F40 32:03.81 10:20/M256 8 Della Canny Inisnowen AC F35 32:19.56 10:25/M257 126 Richie Kelly U/A M70 32:19.77 10:25/M258 75 Jacky Boyd U/A F35 32:46.77 10:34/M259 76 Elizabeth O’Donnell DBL FO 32:47.69 10:35/MLETTERKENNY’S DOHERTY WINS HUGELY SUCCESSFUL BUNCRANA 5K was last modified: May 30th, 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:Buncrana 5kCiaran Doherty
Evan Carron Kee from Red Hugh’s GAA club is celebrating his success in the Ulster semi final of Scor na nOg.Evan landed his final place with a powerful rendition of Padraig Pearse’s famous speech at the graveside of O’Donavan Rossa in 1915.Evan is flying the flag for Donegal in two weeks’ time when he performs again in the Ulster final. EVAN’S PEARSE SPEECH TAKES HIM TO ULSTER SCOR FINAL was last modified: November 29th, 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:Evan Carron KeeRED HUGHS.Scor na nOg
Tags: FUFAStarTimes Uganda Premier Leaguetop Some of the Express players talking to the officials after Wednesday’s draw with Vipers (Agency Photo)MENGO – After a horror show on Wednesday afternoon, the center referee and his two assistants who took charge of Express’s 1-1 draw with Vipers in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League, have all been banned by FUFA.This was confirmed by the Federation through a press release availed to the media on Thursday evening.“This is to notify all stakeholders that, upon the advice of the Referees Disciplinary Panel and the FUFA Referees Standing Committee, FUFA has banned three officials of match number 54 of the StarThis is to notify all stakeholders that, upon the advice of the Referees Disciplinary Panel and the FUFA Referees Standing Committee, FUFA has banned three officials of match number 54 of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League played on Wednesday 7th November 2018 at Muteesa II Stadium – Wankulukuku for poor officiation, read the statement..The officials are accused of mis-handling the game in which two penalties were given (one for either side) and also allowed Vipers’ equalizing goal to stand despite the scorer, Tito Okello standing in a clear offside position when the ball was played to him.The goal outraged fans who in turn caused havoc after the final whistle.The assistant referee Samuel Kakembo who signaled for goal after Tito bandled the ball in with nine minutes to play has been banned from performing refereeing services of all FUFA organised and sanctioned Competitions for a period of 5 years.The Centre Referee Kirangwa Ronald has also been for three 3 years whileNantabo Lydia Wanyama who was the 1st assistant in the game has been handed a 60 day ban.The 3 match officials (Centre Referee, 1st Assistant and 2nd Assistant) have been forwarded to FUFA Committee for Match Integrity for further investigation and decision.Comments
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