Priestly still yearns to represent country

first_img GREAT POTENTIAL GOOD PERFORMANCE “My performance was really good throughout. I scored a few goals and had a few assists, and in the final, I had a good performance. It was a great feeling helping them to their first championship,” he said. “Football-wise, I really like the city. I really enjoy the football, the style of play. They are more technical, more touches, and as such, and it really suits my game. I feel at home there. Even before you go on the field you are ready to play because you are playing in a country where the people love football, so your game goes up without you doing anything different just because of the energy. So those things motivate me … if nobody is in the stands, you won’t have any motivation. “Apart from Arnett or Waterhouse, you don’t really get that vibe when you are playing here,” he pointed out. “Any player who used to play overseas and comes back here can tell you it’s a different feeling when you are lacing up your boots,” he insisted. Although the player is currently a free agent, he is constantly in contact with his agent and expects to join a team soon, as he is looking for an even better 2016. “I want the best for myself, so, God’s willing, He will provide something. I will just continue to play hard and play my football. If you are playing good football, you are going to stand out no matter where you are, and that is all I want to do: try and improve in any way possible. That is the aim, to get better for 2016,” he added. “At one point (Winfried) Sch‰fer saw one of my videos and showed some interest, but in terms of a follow-up, I didn’t hear anything. “I have been performing internationally from I was little and in the games that I played, I showed I have the potential to be in the national team. “Now the older me has learned a whole heap more, is smarter and more experienced. It’s just to get the opportunity as I am always looking to play for my country,” the player who turns 31 in April told The Gleaner. Priestly has spent the last five years abroad, plying his trade in Azerbaijan, the United States, Finland and Bangladesh and thinks playing for the national team would also give his family a chance to see him perform in person. “Playing for the country would give me an opportunity to let my family come to my games. That is something I look forward to, but it’s up to them (selectors),” he added. The flamboyant and tricky playmaker, who is commonly called ‘Boogie’ locally, was a crowd favourite since joining Antigua GFC at mid-season in October, and he found the experience of playing in a football-mad country like Guatemala very inspiring and encourages local players to try and break into the international market to gain experience in like environments. Almost a decade after playing the last of his six games for the Reggae Boyz, creative midfielder Akeem Priestly still has the hope, desire and will to represent his country. The former Harbour View player just completed the Guatemala top-flight season with Antigua GFC, playing a starring role in their first-ever championship. The well-travelled player, who made his senior international debut at age 19 against Guatemala, believes he still has something to offer at the international level and thinks he is playing well enough to earn a recall. “I did multiple interviews in Guatemala and they (reporters) asked me why I am not playing for the national team. They watch the team (Jamaica) and say what I show I could definitely make the team. But I tell them it’s beyond my control,” admitted Priestly.last_img read more

SMB top pick Standhardinger stays ‘very committed’ to play for Gilas

first_img“I’m very committed to Gilas. If they want me to play for them, I would be honored to play for Gilas. Nothing changed here,” he said.For now, what’s next for Standhardinger is Hong Kong before Manila to suit up for San Miguel.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“I’ll play for six months there,” he said, referring to his stint with Hong Kong Eastern Sports Club in the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL).“Every PBA team knew that when they draft me that I’m not gonna be available for the next six months. So I’m gonna play in Hong Kong and try to win a championship there. After that, I can’t wait to be a part of the PBA and a part of San Miguel and I hope to continue winning championships here,” he said. Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ MOST READ LATEST STORIES Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold PLAY LIST 06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold01:45Explosive Gilas Pilipinas not yet at its best, says Tim Cone00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 View comments Jayjay Helterbrand announces retirement Christian Standhardinger was drafted first by San Miguel in the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/ INQUIRER.netWith San Miguel taking Christian Standhardinger as the top overall selection in the 2017 PBA Rookie Draft on Sunday, doubts were raised as far as his availability for Gilas Pilipinas is concerned.But the 28-year-old forward reaffirmed his position with the Philippine team, noting that whenever he gets the call, he’ll be more than glad to once again don the national team colors.ADVERTISEMENT Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Standhardinger flew back to Hong Kong late Sunday night to return to his ABL  team.The opening of the new ABL season is on November 25, which is expected until the middle of April.By then, Standhardinger gets to finally join the Beermen in the 2018 Commissioner’s Cup.ADVERTISEMENT It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

Revellers barge into DL q’finals

first_imgChe’Lu Bar and Grill-San Sebastian barged into the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup quarterfinals with an emphatic 99-60 victory over Batangas-EAC on Monday at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig.The Revellers took advantage of their 20-day break, pouncing on the also-ran Generals on their way to their fifth straight win.ADVERTISEMENT 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 Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism “At least, we can now relax a bit,” he said.After falling 0-4, the Revellers retorted with a 9-0 blast before extending their lead to as much as 44, 99-55.Cedrick Ablaza led Batangas-EAC (1-8) with 14 points.In the second game, Paolo Pontejos dropped seven of his 17 points in the fourth quarter as Jose Rizal University ended its eight-game losing skid with a 98-87 win over Ama Online.The Heavy Bombers almost lost a 20-point lead as the Titans came to within seven, 81-74, with 7:19 remaining. —RANDOLPH B. LEONGSON, INQUIRER.NETADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Who will stop Petron, F2? MOST READ View comments Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina LATEST STORIES In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Allyn Bulanadi and Ryan Costelo spearheaded the 39-point rout as they combined for six treys as Che’Lu-San Sebastian shot 15-of-37 from the field.Costelo shot 13 points and had 10 rebounds, while Bulanadi also produced 13 points.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 crownVeteran forward Samboy de Leon led all scorers with 15 points.Che’Lu-San Sebastian coach Stevenson Tiu said he can finally heave a sigh of relief after his team secured a spot in the playoffs with a 7-3 card.last_img read more

Call for special audit

first_imgDear Editor,Guyanese must benefit when their tax dollars are being expended. There must be value for money. While meeting the public at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, I have received numerous complaints and expressions of grave concern by citizens, as it relates to unsatisfactory, sloppy and poor works done on our roads.Our countrywide outreach has confirmed what we were hearing when groups of citizens visited our offices.On behalf of the People’s Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C), I am requesting the Audit Office of Guyana to do a special audit of the following roads:• The East Bank Berbice road• Works on the Mabaruma road• Port Kaituma road worksConcerns expressed were not only limited to the quality of the work, but had to do with improper procurement practices that allowed for contract costs to be inflated. The indiscriminate and excessive use of the “force account” facilitates the submission of huge bills without adequate supervision and verification. The view expressed is that the actual works done do not represent the actual expenditure being reported.Taxpayers are on watch for Guyana and as a representative of the people, we will always take their concerns seriously.The incestuous behaviour of this coalition Government and the engagement of favoured contractors and friends have not helped to allay the fears of our people, hence this call for a special audit by the Auditor General.We will expect to have the findings of the Audit Office to be made public very soon. The matter at hand has to do with transparency and accountability – a promise that was made by this very A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Coalition Government.This call is another in a series of requests by the PPP/C for investigations into projects undertaken by the APNU/AFC Government which are mired in corruption.We continue to hold the torch and call for transparency, accountability, good governance and the rule of law.Sincerely,Bishop Juan Edghill,PPP/C MPlast_img read more

We’re Defeating Ebola but Must Press On to the Finish

first_imgHeaven knows where it came from, but one day we will know.  However, the deadly Ebola virus that has attacked our country in the way it has none other, will soon be gone.  It is receding fast, as many of the Ebola treatment units (ETUs) are down in patients.  Today, according to Dorbor Jallah, Deputy Incident Manager at the anti-Ebola Incident Management System, there are less than 400 Ebola cases nationwide, down from thousands. We must quickly add, however, Mr. Jallah’s warning: “We are not yet out of the woods; therefore it is incumbent on everyone in Liberia to obey strictly all the rules.” Mr. Jallah repeated them to our reporters who interviewed him last Sunday:  Don’t touch any infected person. Don’t touch any dead body.   Take yourself or anyone else suspected of any of the symptoms—very high fever, vomiting, frequent bleeding or stooling—immediately to a treatment center for testing.  Wash your hands on entering or exiting a building.  Avoid all cultural or religious practices that could spread the virus.  Avoid traveling to other places for now.Why is it important and crucial for us to follow these rules?  Because it was the failure of our people to follow them that  caused the virus to spread so rapidly in our country.  For example, we lost so many people in Banjor, Virginia, near Monrovia because people insisted on bathing bodies and in the process, rapidly and senselessly infected themselves and others, leading to many deaths. In Bong County last week, the Chief Health Administrator, Dr. Sampson Azoakoi, told our Reporter the virus had killed so many more people in Bong because they simply REFUSED to give up their cultural or religious practices, thereby spreading the virus and killing people for nothing.  Dr. Azoakoi blamed this sad situation on “attitude and behavior.” Why can’t our people follow the great example of Nigeria and everybody in Nigeria, from President Goodluck Jonathan to the common person on the street? When Patrick Sawyer, the  Liberian-American, knowing he had been in contact with his Ebola-infected sister, senselessly and unconscionably hopped on a plane  bound for Lagos, he carried Ebola to the most populous African nation.  There he infected so many people, including doctors, nurses and others, causing the death of about 42 people.  Then everyone got busy—the hospital staff who, despite diplomatic pressure, refused to let Sawyer leave their premises; the Lagos State and Federal government, which immediately put other measures into place.  President Jonathan went so far as to close the schools.  The Federal Ministry of Health, the Nigeria Medical and Dental Association and the common people all pitched in to help. Yes, the common people of Nigeria quickly understood the deadly nature of the Ebola virus and learned that it was their PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY to follow ALL the rules to arrest it.  In the end, they lost 42 persons, but succeeded in stopping its further spread.  On Monday, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared Nigeria Ebola free—the reward of the government and people’s seriousness, obedience and cooperation.We appeal to all our people, especially those in Bong County, in Banjor and all others who are inclined to stick to their cultural and religious practices to STOP SPREADING THE EBOLA VIRUS.  Just as Dr. Azoakoi said, these attitudes, behaviors and practices have caused Ebola to spread in our country, and in its destructive path, to kill our people for nothing.      One way to ensure that people follow the rules and take measures they need to take is for the government, national and local, at all levels, to get tough.  Anyone found breaking the rules should be arrested and given a stern warning and released, but closely watched. We cannot, must not sit supinely and see people causing the deaths of others—and even themselves—and do nothing.  We must take ACTION.  The police and all the other security agencies should be on the alert throughout the country to make sure that people follow the rules.Everyone must learn, know and strictly observe the national slogan, popularized by LoneStar: “Ebola is real, and it kills.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

NOCAL Dedicates Science Labs

first_imgThe National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL), this Tuesday dedicated three science laboratories at the D. Tweh High School in the Borough of New Kru Town, outside Monrovia.They include Biology, Chemistry and Physics labs, NOCAL has said in a statement.The chief executive officer (CEO) and president of NOCAL, Dr. Randolph A.K.W. McClain, who performed the dedicatory ceremony, said the company was pleased to identify with Liberian schools in helping to develop the technical capacity of students. He also stressed the significance of science in everyday life, and urged students to develop more interest in the sciences for the good of the country.According to him, NOCAL will continue to encourage students to develop more interest in the sciences, because the future of country’s oil program may require the students’ expertise.The NOCAL CEO noted that Liberia needs more trained manpower in the oil industry to help develop it.  The sector  cannot be left to foreigners alone, he insisted.“Today we find ourselves interacting with international oil companies, who have people that are experienced. We will need our people who would get hooked on science; get to be just as experienced to interact with them closely to ensure that what they are telling us is the right thing, because we also are very hooked on science,” he emphasized.Dr. McClain then expressed the hope that qualified teachers would be available to ensure that the laboratory program achieves its objective.“Without very good teachers,” he said, “it will be difficult for students to acquire the quality education needed for the development of the country.”In response, outgoing Education Minister, Etmonia David Tarpeh, lauded NOCAL for the gesture, describing it as a “life saver to us.” She encouraged the oil company to continue providing such equipment for the schools to help develop their knowledge in the sciences.Minister Tarpeh urged teachers and other faculty members to secure and utilize the facilities to ensure that students acquire the knowledge needed to improve their background in the science subject.Tuesday’s dedicatory ceremony was witnessed by the acting vice president for Corporate Relations, Pete Norman, and other officials of NOCAL, a member of the House of Representatives from New Kru Town, Rep. Edward Forh; MCSS Superintendent, Adolphus Jacobs the Principal  of D. Tweh High School, among others.The project is part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the Ministry of Education and the NNOCAL in 2011.Under the MOU, NOCAL is to provide funding for the renovation and furnishing of science laboratories in selected public high schools in the 15 counties.To date, science laboratories have been renovated and furnished in several public high schools throughout the country, including the one at C.H. Deweh, in Bomi; Sinje in Grand Cape Mount; Bopolu, in Gbarpolu County; Harbel Multilateral in Margibi County, and the Elizabeth Tubman Memorial Institute (ETMI), in Caldwell, Montserrado County. Others include the E. Jonathan Goodridge High School in Barnesville, Montserrado County, Sinoe Multilateral High School, in Greenville, Sinoe County, and the Barclayville High School, in Grand Kru County.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Tax collection up, but gold declarations down

first_imgThe Auditor General’s 2017 report shows while the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has collected more taxes than was anticipated, revenue inclusive of rent and royalties has declined due to lower gold declarations.In the end of year budget and reconciliation report, it noted that the projected revenue for 2017 was $186 billion. Instead, Government actually collected $195 billion in current revenue. This includes duties, levy, personal income and withholding taxes.The highest earnings came from the internal revenue category. Personal income tax collection grew by $2.5 billion. This, according to the Government, is because substantial arrears payments were recovered from self-employed persons through various initiatives. One of the initiatives GRA has been trying is a tax amnesty.In September of this year, GRA Commissioner General Godfrey Statia had disclosed that billions of dollars were collected as of the end of August through theGold declarations take a downward spiralimplementation of the amnesty.According to Statia at the time, GRA had managed to collect over $5 billion so far and this figure may increase. Statia also reminded that this was the last extension that will be granted to the amnesty, while encouraging defaulters to pay.The tax amnesty worked by allowing taxpayers who file and pay all principal taxes on or before June 30, 2018 to have all their interest and penalties waived, while those who filed and paid all principal taxes between July 1, 2018 and September 30, 2018 would have 50 per cent of interest and penalties waived.At the end of the previous amnesty which ended in June 2018, it was announced that $3 billion was raked in, but this number had subsequently climbed. The final amnesty ended September 30.“Amounts totalling $15.837 billion were estimated to be collected from customs duties, trade and other taxes, fees, fines and licences for the period under review while actual collections paid into the Consolidated Fund totalled $18.890 billion,” the report also states.“This represents a positive variance of 19 per cent, equivalent to $3.053 billion. Notwithstanding the positive performance, there were substantial shortfalls for the revenue categories of Export Duties, Stamp Duty, Overtime Fees, Warehouse Rent and Charges and Liquor Licence totalling $48.806 million,” the report notes.The GRA was also able to recover $950 million from 27,000 suspicious Income Tax returns, after reviewing them. But Value Added Tax (VAT), royalties from gold declarations and rent also declined significantly.Excise taxes, which are applied to imported and manufactured goods, also saw a downturn. According to the Auditor General, the reduction in excise taxes was mainly due to lower than projected vehicular imports. The increased collections in some categories, the AG went on to note, were able to cushion the shortfalls from gold and other categories of collections.GoldIt was reported in May of this year that the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) projected total declarations to be 800,000 ounces, including Canadian-owned Guyana Goldfields projected to declare 200,000 ounces and Troy Resources, its main competitor, 100,000 ounces.Additionally, the GGB had projected that purchases would be 96,000 ounces for the first quarter of 2018, while also anticipating foreign sales to amount to 88,208 ounces with US$111.5 million in revenue in the same period.When it was laid in the National Assembly in August, the Finance Ministry’s Midyear report had recorded contractions in several of the traditional sectors, including mining. Finance Minister Winston Jordan, in addressing the National Assembly about the country’s economic performance, had admitted as much.He had noted that the gold sector suffered a decline of 9.1 per cent. This is equivalent to a decrease of 288,114 ounces in gold declaration. The report also revealed that this represented a 19.4 per cent shortfall, below the original projection set by Government.The Minister in his report also noted that there are a number of downside economic and fiscal risks to the economy, both domestic and external, which can frustrate the achievement of the various revised targets.last_img read more

Liverpool into UCL final, to face Real Madrid

first_img0Shares0000Liverpool’s defenders Virgil van Dijk (L) and Dejan Lovren react at the final whistle© AFP Paul ELLISROME, Italy, May 2 – Liverpool held off a spirited Roma fightback to reach the Champions League final 7-6 on aggregate despite losing 4-2 in a hectic semi-final second leg in Rome.Jurgen Klopp’s reached their eighth European Cup final and first since 2007 where they will play two-time holders Real Madrid in Kiev on May 26. First-half goals from Sadio Mane and Georginio Wijnaldum put Liverpool in control as Roma conceded their first goals in the Stadio Olimpico during the European campaign.But despite Radja Nainggolan bagging two goals for Roma in the final eight minutes — the second from the penalty spot — there was to be no second miracle comeback for the Italians after last month’s 3-0 win over Barcelona in Rome.It was another bitter defeat for Roma who lost the 1984 European Cup final to Liverpool on penalties.Roma threatened early with Alessandro Florenzi sending the ball wide in the opening minutes but the hosts paid for woeful defending, giving Klopp’s side space to gain an early advantage.Senegalese forward Mane got Liverpool off to a dream start after just nine minutes to the horror of the home fans.A Nainggolan howler in midfield gave Roberto Firmino the opportunity to barge through, delivering the ball to an unmarked Mane who left Roma ‘keeper Alisson with no chance.But six minutes later Roma got the equaliser when Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren’s attempt to clear a Stephan El Shaarawy header towards Dzeko across goal bounced off James Milner’s head, flying past Loris Karius and into the Liverpool goal.– Breathless finale –Roma kept fighting until the end, with Radja Nainggolan scoring twice, but had too much to do© AFP Filippo MONTEFORTELiverpool’s ticket to the final in Kiev looked well and truly booked after 25 minutes when Wijnaldum nodded in.Alisson denied Mane but from the resulting corner Dzeko’s attempt to clear fell to waiting Dutchman Wijnaldum.Stephan El Shaarawy rattled the post on 35 minutes with Florenzi also firing wide, and Pellegrini showed how not to take a free-kick which was way off the mark.Dzeko broke through seven minutes into the second half with the equaliser after Karius cleared the ball straight into the path of the Bosnian who made no mistake for his eighth goal in 12 European matches.And in a desperate scramble by the Italians in front of goal four minutes from time Nainggolan made up for his earlier blunders when he drilled a low shot into the bottom-right corner from a distance for his first ever European goal.The Belgian midfielder added a second three minutes into injury time from a penalty awarded for a bitterly contested handball by substitute Ragnar Klavan, firing into the roof of the net.It was a dramatic finale for Eusebio di Francesco’s side but it was too little too late as they failed to reach their first final since 1984 but earned a standing ovation from the 62,000 crowd.Liverpool will again leave Rome victorious after winning the European title twice, in 1977 and 1984, at the Stadio Olimpico.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Arsenal won’t sell Sanchez to Man City, Everton set to land Keane – GOSSIP

first_imgHere are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Alvaro Morata could complete his £65million move to Manchester United by early next week. The Real Madrid and Spain striker has become Jose Mourinho’s top summer transfer target, with United confident they will land him. He is set to undergo a medical in Manchester this weekend, with the deal potentially confirmed as early as Monday. (Daily Mirror)Monaco wonderkid Kylian Mbappe has admitted he will have to ‘sort’ through his offers this summer with Arsenal and Real Madrid circling. The France international has enjoyed a sensational breakthrough season with Monaco and has been tipped to leave the French principality for around £100million this summer. (Daily Mail)Arsenal remain absolutely determined to resist any Manchester City or Premier League offer for Alexis Sanchez this summer.  The north London club will only sell Sanchez abroad, meaning Bayern Munich remain his likeliest destination if he does not see out the last year of his contract at the Emirates. (Independent)West Ham want to sign England goalkeeper Joe Hart on loan from Manchester City. Hart could be another City player to move to the London Stadium, following the free transfer signing of Pablo Zabaleta. (London Evening Standard)But Manchester City are looking for £25m for Joe Hart, while they also want the same fee for striker Kelechi Iheanacho. (Manchester Evening News)West Ham are leading the chase for England and Manchester United star Chris Smalling. The Hammers have contacted United about the defender and are poised to make an opening bid of £10m. (Daily Star)Everton stand as favourites to land Michael Keane after a switch to Manchester United did not materialise. Liverpool are also monitoring Keane’s situation but their Merseyside rivals are heading the chase to sign the 24-year-old, who is rated at around £25million by Burnley. (Daily Mail)Everton will begin discussions in Italy regarding possible summer transfers, with one of their scouts naming Carlos Bacca and Duvan Zapata as potential targets. (Daily Express)Liverpool have abled a £25m bid for Napoli midfielder Piotr Zielinski.Tottenham are also keen on the midfielder but Napoli are ready to reject a move. It is suggested the Serie A side want around £60m for the player. (Daily Express)Swansea are interested in bringing Emmanuel Adebayor back to the Premier League. A deal would involve Bafetimbi Gomis replacing the former Palace, Spurs and City striker in Turkey. (Daily Mirror)And here are the latest headlines…?last_img read more


first_imgThe Irish Army work in unison at the Cara Bundoran 10Keith Shiels, Foyle Valley and local girl Fiona Stack, running in the colours of Raheny Shamrocks were impressive winners of the Cara Bundoran 10 held in ideal conditions at the popular seaside resort town.Shiels had the company of Eoghan McGinley, Rathfarnham, Glenn Phair, Annadale Striders and Gerard Gallagher to the eight miles mark. The Derry man made a decisive break as the entered the famous and breath taking Rogay loop and a downhill finish to the beach car park. The winning margin over McGinley a former Cranford AC athlete extended out to 35 seconds with Lisnaskea’s Phair twenty seconds further back.Local lass Fiona Stack, Raheny, was a very popular winner of the women’s section and was delighted with a PB time of 59mins 34secs.Breege Connolly, from nearby Tullaghan and North Belfast was 14 seconds behind with former Marathon Olympian Catriona Jennings fifty second behind in third place. The overall event, 10miles/10K on Saturday and 5k on Friday evening, attracted 1,500 athletes, had superb organisation, an outstanding array of prizes, thanks to sponsors Cara Pharmacies and was blessed with weather associated with summer time in the popular tourist towN.10 MilesS.M 1 Keith Shiels, Foyle Valley 51:31 2 Eoghan McGinley, Rathfarnham W.S.A.F. A. 52:06 3 Glenn Phair, Annadale Striders, Belfast 52:26M40 1 Paul Ward, Tir Chonaill AC 56:41 2 Michael Murphy, Tullamore Harriers, 58:20 3 James Crampsey City of Derry Spartans 58:42 M50 1 Gerard Duddy 1:01:59 2 John Molloy 1:04:55 3 Richard McCarthy 1:05:42M60 1 Enda Whelan, 1:13:27 2 Christy Mc Monagle 1:15:22 3 Paddy Croal 1:16:02MJ 1 Diammaid Mac a Blaind 1:04:24 2 David Mc Gurrin 1:05:20FS 1 Fiona Stack 59:34 2 Breege Connolly 59:46 3 Caitriona Jennings 1:00:36F 40 1 Philomena Gallagher 1:11:10 2 Roseanne Mitchell 1:12:00 3 Karen Dolan 1:13:00 F50 1 Lucy Brennan1:06:36 2 Mary Furey 1:17:06 3 Bernadette McNeely 1:20:53F60 1 Rose Hunter Young 1:32:03 2 Margaret Warnock 1:33:36 3 Kate Farrell 1:39:2210kSM 1 Shane Brady 35:30 2 Gregory Murphy 37:06 3 John McElhill 38:351 M40 1 Gerry Gallagher 37:27 2 Ray Gillen North Sligo Ac 40:04 3 Shaun Paul Byrne 43:21M50 1 Paul McDermott 42:17 2 Philip Morrison 42:24 3 Donal Haughey 42:26M60 1 Clifford Thompson 51:21 2 Liam Sweeney 56:54MJ 1 Mark McGunness 37:12 2 Daniel Mannion 43.14 3NeilShanley 46.57FS 1 Teresa McGloin 36.52 2 Patricia Mc Cosker 40:20 3 Andrea Horgan North Sligo AC 41:42F40 1 Fiona Lenehan 47:39 2 Barbara-Anne O’Regan 49:18 3 Kay Drummond 51:46F50 1 Jacqueline Harvey 48:24 2 Vera Haughey 48:29 3 Fiona Gallagher 56:11F60 1 Mary Martin 53:21 2 Geraldine Boyce 59:24 3 Kathleen O Flaherty 1:28:241FJ 1 Gabrielle McGloin 49:33 2 Claudia Coughlin 56:03 3 Elaine McLoone 1:02:49 FULL 10K RESULTS:1» Shane BradyClones ACMMS2417(35:30)35:302» Teresa McGloinFFS2751(36:52)36:523» Gregory MurphyClones ACMMS2783(37:06)37:064» Mark Mc GuinnessTir Chonaill ACMMJ2603(37:11)37:125» Garry GallagherMM402514(37:27)37:276» John McElhillMMS2618(38:35)38:357» Robert GallagherstrabaneMMS2507(38:57)38:588» Ray GillenNorth Sligo AcMM402745(40:03)40:049» Declan SweeneyMMS2753(40:12)40:1410» Patricia Mc CoskerNorth Sligo ACFFS2591(40:18)40:2011» Darragh CrossanMMS2462(40:31)40:3112» Conrad GoldenMMS2530(40:43)40:4313» Andrea HorganNorth Sligo ACFFS2554(41:41)41:4214» Matthew McGarrigleMMS2777(42:07)42:0915» Patricia FSySligo ACFFS2505(42:14)42:1516» Paul McDermottMM502795(42:15)42:1717» Philip MorrisonMM502791(42:24)42:2418» Donal HaugheyTir Chonaill ACMM502544(42:25)42:2619» James CallaghanMMS2800(42:43)42:4520» Daniel MannionMMJ2581(43:07)43:1421» Shaun Paul ByrneFinn ValleyMM402425(43:20)43:2122» Joe StaggSligo ACMM502700(43:28)43:3123» Jane McGinleyFFS2796(43:32)43:3424» Thomas MarszalikMMS2583(43:34)43:3625» Eamonn BerminghamMMS2790(43:40)43:4426» Seamus Mc GloinMMS2597(43:57)43:5827» Gary HarronMMS2541(44:14)44:2228» David WalshMMS2713(44:19)44:2229» Ciron Whoriskey277(44:23)44:2330» Fergal SherlockMMS2786(44:29)44:3131» Declan Mc GroaryMMS2602(45:34)45:3432» Nick NorthMM502807(45:40)45:5733» Neil ShanleyMMJ2694(45:43)45:5734» Aaron McHughTir Chonaill ACMMJ2732(45:59)45:5935» Luke TreanorMMS2802(46:00)46:0336» Davin FergusonMMS2497(46:08)46:0837» David McSharryMMS2754(45:59)46:0938» Michael Mc GuireMMS2604(46:18)46:2239» Declan Mc Elroy84(46:24)46:2640» Declan CarronMMS2793(46:24)46:5141» DerMSt LanganMMS2573(46:50)46:5842» Pat ByrneMM502431(47:00)47:0643» Fiona LenehanNorth Sligo ACFF402576(47:37)47:3944» John BestMMS2801(47:51)47:5545» Gary LanganMMS2572(48:09)48:1646» Philip McLooneMMS2636(48:15)48:2147» Jacqueline HarveyFF502542(48:22)48:2448» Seamus WilkinsonMM502803(48:03)48:2549» Vera HaugheyFF502545(48:28)48:2950» Adrian DolanMMS2481(48:23)48:3251» Jimmy WhiteKillybegs AcMM502720(48:42)48:4752» Kieran BrennanMMS2420(48:46)48:4953» Katie NorthFFS2660(48:43)49:0054» Liam McMullanMM402639(49:06)49:0955» Ronan O’BrienMMS2667(49:10)49:1056» Joe CullenMMS2463(48:55)49:1157» Calvin BradleyMMS2414(48:44)49:1858» Barbara-Anne O’ReganFF402677(48:44)49:1859» Barry TouristMMS2707(48:44)49:1860» Marie FSranNorth Sligo ACFFS2504(49:12)49:1861» Kieran ConroyMMS2451(48:45)49:1962» Thomas DuffyMMS2486(48:45)49:1963» Ken BradleyMMS2416(48:45)49:1964» Garvin MSyneMMJ2652(48:44)49:1964» Mark CallaghanFinner CampMMJ2433(48:44)49:1964» Edward Andrew BoyceMMS2408(48:45)49:1967» Martin WardMMS2717(48:46)49:2068» Niall McGintyMMS2622(48:45)49:2068» Padraig O’MailleMMS2675(48:44)49:2070» Liam TonerMMS2705(48:45)49:2071» Sean McCaffreyMMS2611(48:45)49:2072» Brian CorryMMS2454(48:45)49:2072» David DevineMMS2476(48:46)49:2074» Aodan O’ConaireMMJ2668(48:45)49:2174» Stephen MSrganMMJ2651(48:45)49:2176» Kieran MelaighMMJ2646(48:45)49:2177» Ryan DevineMMS2477(48:44)49:2178» Rhys CareyMMS2434(48:47)49:2179» Daniel BradleyMMS2415(48:44)49:2180» Daniel CarsonMMS2438(48:45)49:2280» Jason LavelleMMS2574(48:45)49:2280» Fergal MulryanMMJ2656(48:46)49:2283» Christopher SmithMMS2697(48:46)49:2284» Nathan ClancyMMS2443(48:46)49:2284» Daniel BradleyMMS2413(48:45)49:2286» Gerard GlennonMMS2529(48:45)49:2387» Oisín ConroyMMS2450(48:47)49:2388» Keith DuffyMMS2487(48:45)49:2388» Gary TruemanMMS2710(48:46)49:2388» Denim RowanMMS2691(48:45)49:2391» Christopher ReillyMMS2685(48:46)49:2492» Robert O’FlathartaMMS2672(48:46)49:2493» Janice CurridNorth Sligo ACFFS2468(49:24)49:2994» Gabrielle McgloinFFJ2740(49:33)49:3395» DerMSt HoranMMS2552(49:33)49:3496» Sean GallagherMMS2512(49:29)49:3897» Sean Muldoon MuldoonSligo ACMM402653(49:41)49:4398» Colm WilsonMMS2723(49:37)49:4599» Alan McGroaryMM402629(49:46)49:46100» Donna MoohanFFS2766(49:47)49:50101» Brian O GradyMMS2663(49:59)50:18102» Alex HassardMMS2543(50:06)50:24103» Maeve GallagherFFS2513(50:35)50:44104» Tracey McMSrrowFFS2638(50:43)50:46105» Aoife DuignanFFS2489(50:50)50:52106» Steven WhitemoreMM502773(50:53)50:57107» ClifFSrd ThompsonMM602703(51:12)51:21108» Colm CurridFF402469(51:38)51:41109» Aoibheann MorganFFS2782(51:43)51:45110» Lisa DennisonMark FSley FitnessFFS2475(51:34)51:46111» Kay DrumMSndTir Chonaill ACFF402483(51:44)51:46112» Carmel GormleyTir Chonaill ACFFS2533(51:44)51:47113» Aoife McPartlandFFS2641(51:47)51:50114» Ciara KellyFFS2562(51:52)51:57115» Pauric CaldwellMMS2432(51:54)52:01116» Conor QuinnMMS2683(52:01)52:06117» Darren FinanMMS2805(52:26)52:26118» Siobhan FarryFFS2495(52:19)52:30119» Dara SweeneyMMJ2749(52:29)52:33120» Gerry SweeneyMM502746(52:30)52:35121» Gerry LoughranBeragh Red KnightsMMS2578(52:24)52:40122» Denis SlevinTir Chonaill ACMM402696(52:59)52:59123» Bernard KennyMMS2747(53:09)53:10124» Seanna Kane Mc CaffreyFFS2556(53:17)53:20125» Mary MartinFinn ValleyFF602584(53:19)53:21126» Mary DalyFF402731(53:23)53:23127» Anthony McCreaMMS2615(53:23)53:30128» Denise HughesFF40504(53:49)53:56129» Pauline ColemanFFS2445(53:42)54:02130» Mark FoleyMMS2741(54:02)54:11131» Rory MurrayMMS1941(54:03)54:18132» Laura DohertyFFS2479(54:16)54:19133» Donna MurrayFitness with ShaunaFFS2659(54:14)54:21134» Dympna O’ConnellNorth Sligo ACFF402669(54:17)54:25135» Lynda WattFFS2788(54:25)54:26136» Ann-Marie CroghanFFS2461(54:23)54:29137» Conal KeownMM402568(54:46)54:49138» Brendan BradySt Nauls RunnersMM402418(55:10)55:25139» Joanne MahonFFS296(55:16)55:26140» Ronnie MullaneyMark Foley FitnessFFS293(55:17)55:27141» Sarah Mc GroaryFF402601(55:12)55:29142» Ann GallagherFFS2511(55:31)55:41143» Lorraine DelaneyFF402474(55:42)55:48144» Barbara TempanyMark FSley FitnessFFS2702(55:44)55:54145» Claudia CoughlinFFJ2457(55:48)56:03146» Lisa McCruddenFFS1942(56:05)56:05147» Colette ByrneSliabh Liag ACFF402427(55:58)56:11148» Fiona GallagherFF502508(56:10)56:11149» Ruth WalshFFS2712(56:11)56:14150» David GalwaMM402516(56:12)56:16151» Caroline FoxFFS2778(56:03)56:17152» Frances WilsonFinn ValleyFFS2722(56:19)56:19153» Fionnuala DuignanMark FSley FitnessFFS2488(56:15)56:24154» Vivian O LoughlinMMS2666(56:21)56:26155» Angharad ThorntonFFS2704(56:15)56:26156» Etihne MuldoonFF402654(56:09)56:30157» Chloe McGintyFFS2736(56:06)56:31158» Liam SweeneyMM602701(56:43)56:54159» Rachael McGlinchyFFS2785(56:51)56:54160» Louise McCafferyClones ACFF402761(57:01)57:06161» Donal McGuinnessMMS2798(56:53)57:06162» John McGuinnessMM402797(56:57)57:09163» David BarnesMMS2402(56:56)57:09164» Mark QuinnMM402684(56:58)57:09165» Frances HoyChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF40379(57:22)57:24166» Miriam McGeeNorth Sligo ACFFS2739(57:17)57:25167» Pauline KentChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF502566(57:24)57:26168» Josephine MarleyEsb acFF502582(57:24)57:32169» Eveleen McGurranFFS2633(57:19)57:32170» Joanne ReynoldsFFS2687(57:29)57:38171» Gloria MullaneyFFS2655(57:24)57:39172» Stephen GleesonMMS2528(57:25)57:39173» Rory BarrinsCaballo Blanco Guardianship!!!!78(57:34)57:41174» Gordon McGowanMMS2628(57:36)57:42175» Sinead MaguireClones ACFFS2579(57:33)57:43176» Marie BoyleFinn ValleyFFS2411(57:49)57:51177» Christopher CosgroveFitness with ShaunaMMS2455(57:56)57:58178» Angela GillespieFF402520(57:49)57:59179» Tom GrantMMS2535(57:49)58:01180» Dolours McGlincheyFF402804(58:01)58:03181» Caroline DuffyFFS2485(57:58)58:03182» Carmel KennedyFFS2565(58:08)58:12183» Janice RichMSndFFS2688(58:05)58:16184» Celine McDonaldFFS2765(58:08)58:17185» Rosie LeeFSxFF402575(58:36)58:38186» Suzanne GilmoreFFS2527(58:29)58:41186» Eimear Mc CarrollFFS2588(58:30)58:41188» Una HallyFFS2538(58:34)58:42189» Shane MayeMMS295(58:37)58:46190» Sean CarrollMMS2437(58:48)58:48191» Garrett Mc GovernMM402599(58:40)58:49192» Lisa HorganNorth Sligo ACFFS2553(58:32)58:49193» Edel OatesNorth Sligo ACFFS2679(58:31)58:50194» Theresa McGloinFF402624(58:43)58:50195» Rachel DavisFFS2774(58:51)58:52196» Denise KilcoyneSligo ACFFS2571(58:48)58:57197» Amy PhelanFFS2682(58:51)59:06198» Aideen GormanFFS2532(58:51)59:07199» Louise McCabeFFS2756(59:10)59:13200» Paula DillonNorth Sligo ACFFS2738(59:06)59:13201» Lisa DeeryFFS2472(59:11)59:18202» Louise Mc GeeFFS2595(59:11)59:19203» Sinead HoranFFS2551(59:21)59:22204» Edwina BoyceEagle ACFFS2406(59:11)59:24205» Geraldine BoyceFF602407(59:10)59:24206» Mary McGuckinFF402632(59:45)59:51207» Anne DukeFF402490(59:45)59:51208» Troy BeattieMM402404(59:49)59:52209» Aiden CassidyMMS2441(59:40)59:55210» Catherine CoughlanSt Nauls RunnersFF402456(59:55)1:00:01211» Ann HenniganFF402547(59:52)1:00:01212» Seamus FarrellMM502494(1:00:06)1:00:07213» Anne Marie GormanFFS2784(1:00:06)1:00:09214» Oonagh McHughFFS2634(59:50)1:00:09215» Robert BarryMM402403(59:54)1:00:10216» Aine O’DonnellFFS2671(1:00:13)1:00:15217» Aisling McLooneFFS2781(1:00:07)1:00:17218» Aideen MurphyFFS2767(1:00:01)1:00:21219» Mark GallagherMMS2510(1:00:05)1:00:22220» Margaret CarronFFS2794(1:00:26)1:00:43221» Megan KeenaghanFFS2559(1:00:52)1:00:55222» Conor O BoyleMMS2661(1:01:00)1:01:01223» Micheal O BoyleMMS288(1:01:01)1:01:02224» Phyllis FergusonFFS2496(1:00:58)1:01:15225» Deirdre BrowneFinn ValleyFFS2422(1:01:17)1:01:22226» Ann Marie ReynoldsPettigo RunnersFF402686(1:01:24)1:01:28227» Celine CurranFittiesFF402467(1:01:34)1:01:47228» Lisa McgraneFFS2772(1:01:35)1:01:50229» Tara McEvoyFFS2764(1:01:50)1:02:00230» Fergal Mc AllisterMM402586(1:01:53)1:02:11231» Rosemary MSnaghanPettigo RunnersFFS2649(1:02:09)1:02:15232» Grannia Mc ElhinneyTir Chonaill ACFFS2593(1:02:22)1:02:42233» Margaret McCaffertyFF502609(1:02:41)1:02:46234» Elaine McLooneFFJ2780(1:02:39)1:02:49235» Carmel KellyBilly’s worls IrelandFFS2560(1:02:47)1:02:54236» Denise HarperFF402539(1:02:41)1:02:55237» Diane McGarrigleFinn ValleyFFS2619(1:02:54)1:02:58238» Niamh ShanleyFFJ2693(1:02:51)1:03:05239» Grainne DunneLifFSrd AC fit FSr lifeFF402492(1:03:01)1:03:09240» Shane Mc GeeMMS2596(1:03:05)1:03:26241» Anne DunleavyFF402491(1:03:20)1:03:40242» Sinead CarrCalry A/CFFS2734(1:03:44)1:04:05243» Eddie CarrCalry A/CMM402733(1:03:45)1:04:06244» Linda KeetingFFS2727(1:04:11)1:04:11245» Cara BenesFFS2405(1:04:03)1:04:25246» Maura FinneganFittiesFFS2500(1:04:08)1:04:26247» Jeanne GerrardFFS2517(1:04:09)1:04:26248» Mary CurranFFS2729(1:04:27)1:04:27249» Caroline CrawFSrdLifFSrd AC fit FSr lifeFFS2459(1:04:29)1:04:30250» Earl DuncanMMS2776(1:04:28)1:04:3851» Cliodhna KerrFFJ2570(1:04:27)1:04:42252» Late entry2792(1:04:37)1:04:44253» Sharon GillespieFF402519(1:04:38)1:04:55254» Mary CrawFSrdFF502460(1:04:38)1:04:55255» Gina WitherowFFS2724(1:04:33)1:04:56256» Caroline WarnockFFS2718(1:04:54)1:04:56257» Rhonda GreenLifFSrd ACFF402536(1:04:35)1:04:57258» Joan Mc EniffFF502594(1:04:44)1:05:04258» Tess McCaugheyFF502612(1:04:44)1:05:04260» Joanne McGloinFFS2626(1:04:46)1:05:07261» Sarah BredinFFS2419(1:05:03)1:05:15262» Damien ColemanMMS2446(1:05:20)1:05:41263» Joanne CassidyFFS2440(1:05:33)1:05:44264» Anthony ByrneMM402429(1:05:31)1:05:46265» Cora ByrneFFS2430(1:05:32)1:05:47266» Manus McClaffertyMM402614(1:05:49)1:05:56267» Mairead McGlynnTir Chonaill ACFF402627(1:05:38)1:06:02268» Rachel McGarrigleFFS2779(1:05:54)1:06:08269» Deirdre WylieFFS2725(1:06:14)1:06:18270» Jacinta BoyleBruckless Road RunnersFF402410(1:06:54)1:07:16271» Kathleen BurkeFF402423(1:07:19)1:07:24272» Jean Mc CaffertyFFS2587(1:07:13)1:07:27273» Aoibheann BairdFFS2400(1:07:30)1:07:40274» Catherine RooneyFFS2689(1:07:40)1:07:53275» Lisa DonagherFFS2482(1:07:40)1:07:53276» Emer KellyFFS2806(1:07:37)1:07:57277» Julie BreslinFFS2421(1:08:11)1:08:21278» Gillian GillenFFS2518(1:08:23)1:08:37279» Marie-Therese McGloinFitness with ShaunaFFS2623(1:08:44)1:08:56280» Natasha O HaraFitness with ShaunaFFS2664(1:08:47)1:08:59281» Nicola McCroryFFS2763(1:09:07)1:09:25282» Jackie SprattFF402699(1:09:20)1:09:30283» Marie Mc GovernFF402600(1:09:24)1:09:34284» Elaine McGeeFFS2621(1:09:44)1:10:03285» Sonya DuffyFF402484(1:09:44)1:10:03286» Mary ByrneFinn ValleyFF402426(1:09:56)1:10:09287» Suzie WynneFFS2799(1:09:59)1:10:22288» Benedykt UrbasMMJ2737(1:10:16)1:10:28289» Finola KennedyFF402564(1:10:28)1:10:33290» Frances SpencerFFS2698(1:11:20)1:11:39291» Nollaig Mc GovernFF402598(1:11:42)1:11:53292» Mary GallagherFFS2748(1:11:49)1:12:11293» Kathleen MeehanSt Nauls RunnersFF402643(1:12:27)1:12:33294» Jimmy GethingMM502771(1:12:42)1:12:42295» Sean KerrMMS2569(1:12:47)1:12:49296» Helen Gilmartingalway harriers fit FSr lifeFFS2524(1:13:00)1:13:12296» Edel GilmartinFFS2525(1:13:00)1:13:12298» Diane McPartlandFFS2640(1:13:25)1:13:27299» Noreen HoadFF502549(1:13:28)1:13:52300» Ann GallagherFF402515(1:13:30)1:13:53301» Agatha McGarrigleFFS2728(1:13:41)1:13:55302» Sabrina QuinnFFS2775(1:14:06)1:14:16303» Aoife MahonFFS2580(1:14:23)1:14:26304» Carol RoperFF402730(1:14:23)1:14:27305» Phyllis CumminsFFS2465(1:14:48)1:14:52306» Andrea KeaneyFFS2557(1:14:49)1:14:54307» Joy FletcherChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF402501(1:15:19)1:15:20308» Hazel McIlveenChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF502635(1:15:19)1:15:21309» Carol WardSt Nauls RunnersFFS2714(1:15:32)1:15:38310» Martin TraversMM502709(1:15:28)1:15:45311» Aoife TraversFFS2708(1:15:28)1:15:45312» Mary McGintyFF502735(1:15:20)1:15:45313» Dearbhla MellyFFS2647(1:15:36)1:15:59314» Angela McGroaryFFS2630(1:15:37)1:16:00315» Andrea TothFFS2706(1:15:52)1:16:17316» Eimear KeonFF402567(1:16:00)1:16:19317» Edel Carlin-RosanioFF402435(1:16:00)1:16:21318» Joan ColhounFF502769(1:16:38)1:16:39319» Danielle CartyFFS2439(1:16:37)1:16:55320» Rhonda McGovernFFS2789(1:16:36)1:16:55321» Julie ByrneSt. Nauls runnersFF402428(1:17:02)1:17:20322» Regina DohertyFFS2478(1:17:02)1:17:20323» Pamela ScanlonFF502692(1:19:19)1:19:32324» Colette CraigFF502458(1:19:18)1:19:32325» Laura HarrisonFFS2540(1:19:46)1:19:46326» Lorraine CooneyFFS2452(1:19:46)1:19:46327» Cathy O’DonnellFF402670(1:20:26)1:20:47328» Julie GrahamFFS2534(1:23:45)1:23:53329» Mairead GormleyFFS2762(1:23:59)1:24:17330» Joan McHughLifford ACFF502770(1:24:39)1:24:40331» Olivia MurphyTir Chonaill ACFF502657(1:24:27)1:24:51331» Olga GillilandFF402523(1:24:32)1:24:51333» Mary CumminsFFS2466(1:25:35)1:25:53334» Maria GallagherFittiesFFS2506(1:27:05)1:27:27335» Kathleen O FlahertyFF602752(1:28:00)1:28:24336» Stephen ShorttMMS2744(1:29:55)1:30:07337» Gavin DuffyMM502726(1:30:17)1:30:17338» Martina LynchFF402787(1:31:05)1:31:06339» Madge FahyFF402757(1:32:22)1:32:47340» Maeve McCreaFFS2616(1:32:49)1:33:04341» Roisin CarrFFS2436(1:32:43)1:33:08342» Jackie McGloinFF402625(1:32:43)1:33:09343» Theresa CumminsFFS2464(1:33:05)1:33:23344» Margaret O DonnellFFS2662(1:35:21)1:35:25344» Ann Mc EleneyFFS2592(1:35:20)1:35:25346» Rosaleen O’KeefeFF502673(1:35:25)1:35:31347» Eileen VaughanFF502711(1:35:25)1:35:31348» Sinead WhelanFFS2755(1:37:05)1:37:27349» Louise KeeganFFS2558(1:37:05)1:37:28350» Emer McLysaghtFFS2637(1:38:46)1:39:10351» Deirdre BallFFS2401(1:38:47)1:39:10352» Colm McCaffreyMMS2610(1:39:59)1:39:59353» Bríd ChildFF402442(1:40:18)1:40:39354» Una ShelleyFF502695(1:41:24)1:41:42355» Late entry2768(1:43:16)1:43:1610 MILE RESULTS IN FULL1» Keith ShielsFoyle ValleyMMS493(51:31)51:312» Eoghain McginleyRathfarnham W.S.A.F. A.C.MMS618(52:06)52:063» Glenn PhairMMS734(52:26)52:264» Gerard GallagherFinn ValleyMMS56(52:39)52:395» Tudor MoldovanMMS627(52:49)52:496» Liam FeelyNorth LeitrimMMS489(53:20)53:207» Julio Cesar CastroKilmurry Ibrickane North Clare A CMMS419(53:38)53:388» Richard GormanSligo ACMMS310(53:57)53:579» Paul WardTir Chonaill ACMM40225(56:41)56:4110» Dennis ScottNorth Down ACMMS420(57:48)57:4811» Brian McgreadOmagh HarriersMMS449(58:18)58:1812» Michael MurphyTullamore HarriersMM407(58:20)58:2013» Aidan McmorelandMMS490(58:25)58:2514» James CrampseyCity of Derry SpartansMM40586(58:42)58:4215» Fiona StackRaheny Shamrock ACFFS306(59:34)59:3416» Sean DudgeonLifford ACMMS300(59:44)59:4417» Breege ConnollyNorth Belfast HarriersFFS645(59:46)59:4618» Paul KellyLifford ACMMS602(59:48)59:4819» Caitriona JenningsRathfarnham W.S.A.F. A.C.FFS669(1:00:36)1:00:3620» Natasha AdamsLifford ACFFS105(1:00:44)1:00:4421» Heather FoleyFFS549(1:00:57)1:00:5722» Michael O’connellSligo ACMM4015(1:01:03)1:01:0323» Danielle FeganArmagh ACFFS720(1:01:17)1:01:1724» Derek SomervilleOmagh HarriersMM40639(1:01:24)1:01:2425» Patrick MccroryOmagh HarriersMM40615(1:01:39)1:01:3926» Damien KennedySligo ACMMS603(1:01:39)1:01:3927» Bill DuncanMM40679(1:01:45)1:01:4528» Gerard DuddyCity of Derry SpartansMM50563(1:01:59)1:01:5929» Liam DohertyCranford ACMMS516(1:02:20)1:02:2030» John SweeneyMMS655(1:02:20)1:02:2031» Noel DiverRosses ACMMS577(1:02:29)1:02:2932» Barry LennonRaheny Shamrock ACMMS70(1:02:30)1:02:3033» Frank MulrineMMS371(1:02:32)1:02:3234» Kevin KiernanSligo ACFFS6(1:02:35)1:02:3535» Niall BarryLetterkenny ACMMS160(1:02:46)1:02:4636» Gareth KerriganMilford ACMMS544(1:02:53)1:02:5337» Brian KinsellaQueens Triathlon ClubMMS62(1:02:58)1:02:5838» Gavin DolanMMS394(1:03:03)1:03:0339» Eddie KellyLifford ACMM40539(1:03:06)1:03:0640» Michael LogueRosses ACMMS316(1:03:10)1:03:1041» Michael WalshMM40691(1:03:14)1:03:1442» Steven LoughlinNewbridge ACMMS201(1:03:40)1:03:4043» Kevin WallaceMMS380(1:03:40)1:03:5044» Damian McbrideMilford ACMMS523(1:04:01)1:04:0145» Padraig FrielLetterkenny ACMMS494(1:04:07)1:04:0746» Diammaid Mac a BlaindTir Chonaill ACMMJ652(1:04:18)1:04:2447» Joe NevinBAAMMS330(1:04:32)1:04:3248» Martin BrennanMMS100(1:04:43)1:04:4349» David PorterInishowen ACMMS542(1:04:35)1:04:4950» Claire McguiganLifford ACFFS472(1:04:52)1:04:5251» Con McLaughlinMMS698(1:04:53)1:04:5352» John MolloyMM50574(1:04:55)1:04:5553» David Mc GurrinMMJ373(1:05:10)1:05:2054» Ronan MatthewsMMS109(1:05:18)1:05:2955» Tom ThompsonFinn ValleyMM40305(1:05:35)1:05:3556» Richard MccarthyTir Chonaill ACMM50614(1:05:42)1:05:4257» Brendan BrettSouth Sligo ACMM40193(1:06:04)1:06:0458» Gerry McmanusMM50622(1:06:26)1:06:2659» Brian MccreaMMS61(1:06:29)1:06:3560» Lucy BrennanSligo ACFF50308(1:06:36)1:06:3661» Kieran HowardMM40500(1:06:43)1:06:4962» Shaun BoyceMMS656(1:07:13)1:07:1363» Christopher GoanMMS352(1:07:07)1:07:1664» Andy FinanBAAMMS398(1:07:25)1:07:2765» Paul DeeringSligo ACMM40228(1:07:31)1:07:3266» Martin FaughanMMS498(1:07:38)1:07:3867» Ciaran McsherryEnniskillen RCMMS624(1:07:30)1:07:4068» Late entry659(1:08:04)1:08:0569» Roly BlackFoyle ValleyMM40283(1:07:55)1:08:1170» Paddy MccormickTermoneeny Running ClubMMS474(1:08:09)1:08:2171» John J CoyleMMS575(1:08:20)1:08:2672» John TaylorMM50641(1:08:15)1:08:3073» Conor McgandyOmagh Tri ClubMMS556(1:08:42)1:08:4274» Gabriel Mc CrossanLetterkenny ACMM50289(1:08:45)1:08:4675» Joseph ClarkeMMS585(1:08:39)1:08:4976» Dominic CarlinLifford ACMM40152(1:08:50)1:08:5077» Finbarr GallagherMM40733(1:08:58)1:09:0078» Ben McCronMM40683(1:08:42)1:09:0779» Dennis ForkerRosses ACMMS496(1:08:57)1:09:0980» Michael DevenneyUnited Health GroupMM40479(1:09:08)1:09:0981» Adrian BurnsEnniskillen RCMMS63(1:09:05)1:09:1082» Kieran McmonagleMMS411(1:09:09)1:09:1183» Paul Mc GrathSouth Sligo ACMM40102(1:09:15)1:09:1684» Gerry LeeSouth Sligo ACMM40244(1:09:19)1:09:1985» Brian McdonaghSligo ACMMS502(1:09:10)1:09:2086» Patrick GivenMMS414(1:09:09)1:09:2187» Michael LyttleFoyle ValleyMM50569(1:09:09)1:09:2288» Donal CarronMMS727(1:09:14)1:09:3289» Kieran CoyleUnited Health GroupMMS480(1:09:34)1:09:3490» Dermot GranaghanFinn ValleyMM40598(1:09:35)1:09:3591» Tim FlanaganMilford ACMM4093(1:09:26)1:09:3592» Liam Mc HughMM50470(1:09:40)1:09:4093» Thomas DuffyMMS444(1:09:34)1:09:4394» Fergal DuffyMM40446(1:09:34)1:09:4395» Paul DonnellyMM40101(1:09:31)1:09:4396» Sean CarlinMM40686(1:09:31)1:09:4497» Colm ClancyMMS416(1:09:41)1:09:4898» Martin FeeneyMM50591(1:09:47)1:09:5799» Peter McaleerOmagh Tri ClubMM40326(1:09:58)1:09:59100» Sean CrossanFinn ValleyMM40189(1:10:04)1:10:05101» Dave SlaterMMS703(1:10:06)1:10:11102» Martin McGlynnMMS705(1:10:01)1:10:11103» Denis BonerRosses ACMM40442(1:10:11)1:10:26104» Stephen MaxwellMMS608(1:10:17)1:10:27105» Marie BoyleLetterkenny ACFFS1001(1:10:33)1:10:33106» Seamus DohertyFoyle ValleyMM40125(1:10:21)1:10:33107» Martin DonnellyLetterkenny 24/7MM40181(1:10:22)1:10:35108» Clint DohertyMMS713(1:10:05)1:10:35109» Ben McgonagleRosses ACMMS620(1:10:26)1:10:41110» Noel HoeyTir Chonaill ACMM40197(1:10:58)1:10:59111» Shane GallagherMMS302(1:11:10)1:11:10112» Phiomena GallagherFF40303(1:11:09)1:11:10113» Rory O ConnorFF40520(1:10:57)1:11:12114» Paul KellyMMS746(1:10:53)1:11:14115» Pat Mc CreaLifford ACMM50462(1:11:15)1:11:19116» Gerard CampbellLifford ACMM40584(1:11:28)1:11:28117» John CoyleLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM40115(1:11:38)1:11:38118» Barney MckayMM50621(1:11:42)1:11:49119» John O’brienMMS258(1:11:50)1:11:52120» Roseanne MitchellSligo ACFF40626(1:11:51)1:12:00121» Luke CampbellMMS583(1:11:43)1:12:04122» Paul BurkeMMS508(1:11:54)1:12:09123» Declan CoyleMMS475(1:11:48)1:12:13124» Vincent DuffyMM40572(1:11:35)1:12:19125» Gerard KilfeatherNorth Sligo ACMM50571(1:12:05)1:12:20126» Neil MonahanOrder of DagonMMS355(1:12:25)1:12:25127» Amy SprattFFS216(1:12:25)1:12:25128» Damien DohertyFoyle ValleyMMS485(1:12:04)1:12:26129» Kevin LawlessMMS23(1:12:11)1:12:27130» Lawrence MaguireMMS194(1:12:04)1:12:28131» Declan BoyleMM40663(1:12:31)1:12:32132» Anthony McdaidMMS576(1:12:27)1:12:32133» Shaun ColhounMM40452(1:12:34)1:12:34134» Tony GrantFoyle ValleyMM50280(1:12:19)1:12:40135» John Mc KinleyMM40532(1:12:33)1:12:42136» Darren BeecroftMM40704(1:12:29)1:12:45137» Paul FerryMMS415(1:12:30)1:12:46138» Noreen McgettiganFFS347(1:12:43)1:12:47139» John QuigleyMM40710(1:12:30)1:12:51140» Karen DolanEnniskillen RCFF402480(1:13:00)1:13:00141» Michael BegleyMMS120(1:12:45)1:13:00142» Padraig McsharryMM40229(1:12:56)1:13:01143» Niall DiamondMM40744(1:13:00)1:13:02144» John KaneMM40364(1:12:47)1:13:04145» Thomas DohertyMM50143(1:13:06)1:13:06146» Pauric Mc NernBruckless Road RunnersMMS17(1:12:51)1:13:08147» Darrell Mc NernMMS611(1:12:42)1:13:17148» Ita KelkyOmagh HarriersFF40447(1:13:18)1:13:24149» Enda WhelanSligo ACMM60136(1:13:27)1:13:27150» Stephen TraversMM40174(1:13:29)1:13:31151» Eddie SherryClones ACMMS666(1:13:31)1:13:34152» Owen BonnerRosses ACMM4071(1:13:35)1:13:45153» Julie McmullinTir Chonaill ACFF40219(1:13:45)1:13:47154» Paul McgeeTir Chonaill ACMMS222(1:13:49)1:13:50154» James RuaneMMS67(1:13:07)1:13:50156» Stephen ByrneMMS337(1:13:37)1:13:52157» John McdonnellEnniskillen RCMM40324(1:13:42)1:13:53158» Keith BurnsMMS696(1:13:34)1:13:56159» Ronan O’reillyGreen Watch CentralMMS200(1:13:38)1:14:02160» Eamon ToweyThe Black SheepMMS77(1:13:51)1:14:05161» Ciaran McCaffreyClones ACMM40665(1:14:05)1:14:07162» John SweeneyMM50144(1:14:08)1:14:08163» Claire QuinnFF40299(1:14:06)1:14:10164» Sinead MccannOmagh Tri ClubFFS515(1:14:04)1:14:11165» Simon StephensMMS180(1:13:51)1:14:12166» David ReddingtonMMS169(1:14:28)1:14:28167» Peter McKennaMMS697(1:14:08)1:14:30168» Rodney IrwinMM40658(1:13:59)1:14:34169» Albert LawMM50745(1:14:41)1:14:41170» Liam MaguireLifford ACMM4038(1:14:45)1:14:46171» David NeillMMS628(1:14:02)1:14:47172» Gerard Mc CauleyMMS51(1:14:52)1:14:52173» Sonia CareyCivil Service HarriersFFS106(1:14:55)1:14:55174» Darren Maddenfit4life longfordMMS393(1:14:55)1:14:58175» Kieran BrettSouth Sligo ACMM40507(1:14:58)1:14:59175» David WylieFoyle ValleyMM40527(1:14:39)1:14:59177» Danny BrownePettigo RunnersMM404(1:14:38)1:15:02178» Trevor McdaidNorth LeitrimMM40159(1:15:02)1:15:03179» Paul McguckinTir Chonaill ACMM40537(1:15:02)1:15:03180» Adrian McHughMM40675(1:15:05)1:15:06181» Fintan GreenanMM40599(1:15:10)1:15:10182» Eilish BellFF40458(1:14:50)1:15:18183» Christy Mc MonagleMM60313(1:15:20)1:15:22184» James KearnsMM40497(1:15:16)1:15:37185» Gary ReynoldsSligo ACMM40635(1:15:27)1:15:42186» Lesley Ann CulkinFFS83(1:15:54)1:16:01187» Paddy CroalNorth LeitrimMM60719(1:15:30)1:16:02188» Conor McgonagleFinn ValleyMM40535(1:15:46)1:16:07189» Gerard CrawfordLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMMS518(1:16:06)1:16:07190» Brian RiceMMS528(1:15:51)1:16:08191» Marie HarperFFS344(1:16:10)1:16:10192» Sharon MeehanTir Chonaill ACFFS179(1:16:11)1:16:11193» Michael Mc BrideMM5081(1:16:11)1:16:19194» Liam BromleyMM4094(1:16:21)1:16:21195» Ben PowerMMS687(1:16:07)1:16:22196» Nigel BarryMMS348(1:15:57)1:16:29197» Amanda MonaghanLifford ACFF40390(1:16:32)1:16:33198» Ronan BrennanMMS443(1:16:18)1:16:38199» Sean McMorrowMM40735(1:16:40)1:16:40200» Stanley HunterMM40369(1:16:25)1:16:42201» Gavin PattonMM40351(1:16:29)1:16:43202» Gavin GerrardTir Chonaill ACMMS298(1:16:39)1:16:45203» Deirdre DeeringSligo ACFF40227(1:16:48)1:16:49204» Ray MonaghanFoyle ValleyMMS460(1:16:32)1:16:52205» Andrea KennedyFF40676(1:16:45)1:16:53206» Maria MageeEnniskillen RCFF40606(1:16:45)1:16:53207» Michael DuncanMM50699(1:17:00)1:17:03208» Mary FureyTireragh ACFF5010(1:16:47)1:17:06209» Elizabeth BradyFFS399(1:17:05)1:17:07210» Michael GallagherMM40595(1:16:50)1:17:11211» Barry MccrystalMMS476(1:16:56)1:17:13212» Gerard MccaffertyTir Chonaill ACMM40482(1:17:20)1:17:20213» Brian McGeeMMS661(1:16:47)1:17:24214» Marcus WhiteBallisodareMM409(1:16:58)1:17:24215» Denise Mc ElroyEnniskillen RCFF40378(1:17:13)1:17:25216» Michael McMenaminMM40739(1:17:14)1:17:26217» Gerard QuinnMMS241(1:16:56)1:17:33218» Michael KellegherSouth Sligo ACMM50286(1:17:37)1:17:39219» Linda WalshFF40690(1:17:43)1:17:43220» Declan CoxMM40684(1:17:20)1:17:46221» Conor HayesLifford ACMM40540(1:17:49)1:17:50222» Mark Mc DonnellMMS459(1:17:39)1:17:56223» Noel CrossanMMS554(1:17:45)1:18:02224» Alison O SullivanNorth Sligo ACFF40553(1:17:54)1:18:06225» Damien ConlonMMS49(1:18:00)1:18:10226» Nicola FordeFFS593(1:18:02)1:18:11227» Paul DohertyMM40716(1:17:47)1:18:14228» Danny GambleMM40117(1:17:53)1:18:17229» Joe MolloyMM40465(1:18:15)1:18:19230» John MahonMMS304(1:17:46)1:18:20231» Paul McdaidMMS564(1:18:12)1:18:22232» Michael RodgersRosses ACMM40579(1:18:09)1:18:22233» Paul Mc NameeLifford ACMM40610(1:18:20)1:18:24234» John DohertyMM40714(1:18:03)1:18:30235» Mark BurnsMMS391(1:18:25)1:18:31236» Neil DiamondMM40451(1:18:25)1:18:34237» Gary MarshallFoyle ValleyMM4058(1:18:16)1:18:35238» Mairead CullenFFS741(1:18:40)1:18:40239» Aidan McgonigleMMS255(1:18:25)1:18:50240» Ciaran O BrienMMS292(1:18:30)1:18:53241» Finbarr BerminghamMMS723(1:18:16)1:18:56242» Sean CassidyTir Chonaill ACMM40559(1:18:44)1:18:58243» Francie GallagherMM40477(1:18:48)1:18:59244» Kevin Mc GlynnTir Chonaill ACMM4096(1:18:46)1:19:01245» Barry DuffyTir Chonaill ACMM40207(1:19:07)1:19:07246» Caroline SprattFF40257(1:19:04)1:19:09247» Patrick McgurnPettigo RunnersMM40124(1:19:04)1:19:10248» Sharon Mc GowanTir Chonaill ACFF40509(1:19:13)1:19:14249» William ParkeMM60356(1:19:13)1:19:16250» Emma Casserley Mc CannNorth Sligo ACFFS40(1:19:00)1:19:17251» Tahira KhanFFS110(1:19:17)1:19:17252» Claire FloodTir Chonaill ACFF40592(1:19:21)1:19:21253» Brian McmullinTir Chonaill ACMM40220(1:19:20)1:19:23254» Jane McdevittTir Chonaill ACFF40616(1:19:13)1:19:29255» Margaret ShielsFF40740(1:19:25)1:19:31256» Clare MastersonFFS206(1:19:29)1:19:36257» Nuala GallagherOmagh HarriersFFS644(1:19:42)1:19:42258» Sean P CassidyPettigo RunnersMMS89(1:19:36)1:19:53259» Donal CurranMMS495(1:19:43)1:19:56260» Colin MooneyMMS396(1:19:57)1:19:59261» Bernie O DonnellOmagh HarriersFF40131(1:19:49)1:20:01262» Ciaran DonnellanSligo ACMM50441(1:19:52)1:20:06263» Tom SheridanTom SheridanMMS188(1:19:31)1:20:07264» John Mc GurlMMS82(1:20:07)1:20:07265» John ElliottCalry A/CMM40204(1:20:00)1:20:26266» Gary GallagherMM40437(1:20:03)1:20:30267» Late entryMM50692(1:20:20)1:20:32268» Sean McgloneMMS18(1:20:31)1:20:34269» Paul B Mc GeeMM40525(1:19:58)1:20:35270» Pauline HenrySligo ACFFS162(1:20:29)1:20:36271» Lorraine LynchCivil Service HarriersFFS107(1:20:41)1:20:41272» Barry McardleMM40297(1:20:18)1:20:43273» David LeivyMMS742(1:20:32)1:20:45274» Mark DonagheyLifford ACMM40285(1:20:48)1:20:52275» Theresa McaleerOmagh Tri ClubFF40327(1:20:53)1:20:53276» Bernadette McneelyFF50256(1:20:48)1:20:53277» Kevin CoyleMMS192(1:20:31)1:20:55278» Paul McDevittTir Chonaill ACMM40646(1:20:47)1:21:02279» Ingrid FoleyFF40338(1:20:35)1:21:03280» Deirdre DillonFF50588(1:21:02)1:21:05281» Gary MurphyMMS430(1:20:30)1:21:06282» Hugh SallyMMS638(1:20:53)1:21:06283» Noel DarcyMMS370(1:20:42)1:21:08284» Claire MaguireFF40732(1:21:10)1:21:10285» Padraig Mag LoingsighMM40700(1:20:33)1:21:12286» Ronnie JoohnsonEnniskillen RCMM50600(1:21:01)1:21:17287» Anthony MaloneM252(1:21:06)1:21:20288» Mary RutledgeChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF40333(1:21:04)1:21:23289» Ann MooreMullingar HarriersFF40248(1:21:12)1:21:25290» Conor DonnellyMMS461(1:21:11)1:21:25291» Sarah PerryTir Chonaill ACFFS64(1:21:15)1:21:26292» Roisin McdonnellEnniskillen RCFF40617(1:21:16)1:21:27293» Kirk MccourtMMS427(1:21:13)1:21:31294» Niall CorryMMS471(1:21:23)1:21:33295» Liam ClearyLifford ACMM40175(1:21:36)1:21:41296» Gloria DonagheyFinn ValleyFF5055(1:21:41)1:21:44297» Sean GilbrideMM40558(1:21:42)1:21:50298» Loretta CullenTir Chonaill ACFF40135(1:21:45)1:21:50299» Bronagh HeverinGlentiesFF40291(1:21:42)1:21:51300» Danielle CoreyDub Runners Of BelfastFFS557(1:21:41)1:21:54301» Mary KettererFFS605(1:21:40)1:21:57302» Sean ByrneMM50728(1:21:58)1:22:00303» Leon GormanMMS667(1:21:27)1:22:00304» Patrick McGeeMM40660(1:21:23)1:22:01305» John ByrneMMS582(1:21:59)1:22:04306» Linda HigginsSligo ACFF4088(1:21:44)1:22:04307» Leoni CookeLifford ACFFS202(1:22:02)1:22:05308» Paddy TourishMM5048(1:22:02)1:22:06309» Jackie HarveyFFS521(1:22:05)1:22:06310» Garrett Mc CarronLifford ACMMS492(1:22:06)1:22:10311» Karl DohertyMMS680(1:22:05)1:22:11312» Eric PierceMM50634(1:21:37)1:22:13313» Mary DuffyFF40445(1:22:14)1:22:14314» Caroline Kennedy MoranBruckless Road RunnersFF4036(1:22:00)1:22:17315» Michael Mc GrinderLifford ACMM40510(1:22:14)1:22:19316» Joe GallenLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM50121(1:22:22)1:22:24317» Brian MurrayBalbriggan Road RunnersMMS673(1:22:28)1:22:28318» Pauline LoveFF50717(1:22:08)1:22:28319» Sonya O’connellFF40522(1:22:24)1:22:33320» Mary HoeyTir Chonaill ACFF40196(1:22:33)1:22:35321» Liam DalyLifford ACMM50682(1:22:34)1:22:37322» Sharon HamiltonFinn ValleyFF40176(1:22:34)1:22:38323» Ursula CoyleLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF40114(1:22:32)1:22:39324» Joe Mc NultyLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM4045(1:22:38)1:22:42325» Iggy HoustonFit 4 Life Lifford ACMM4087(1:22:43)1:22:45326» Padraic LenehanMMS212(1:22:41)1:22:50327» Sean DevlinMM50736(1:22:26)1:22:51328» Johanne Mc ColganInishowen ACFFS609(1:22:45)1:22:53329» Robert MitchellLifford ACMMS648(1:23:02)1:23:05330» Saranna GallagherMM4073(1:23:08)1:23:08331» Jason ReganMMS689(1:23:00)1:23:12332» Adrian PowerEnniskillen RCMM50536(1:23:02)1:23:16333» James WhoriskeyMMS643(1:23:06)1:23:20334» Fionnuala SilkeSligo ACFFS14(1:23:13)1:23:22335» Stephen MontgomeryMMS217(1:23:00)1:23:25336» Michael RoulstoneLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM50551(1:23:17)1:23:27337» Peter CoyleBOLTMM40235(1:23:13)1:23:30338» Laura DillonSligo ACFFS233(1:23:03)1:23:30339» Seánie RogersMMS568(1:23:05)1:23:33340» Sean MccartanMM40517(1:23:09)1:23:36341» Lorraine FureyCivil Service HarriersFFS108(1:23:38)1:23:38342» Rodney FarryMMS550(1:23:00)1:23:39343» Aileen DohertyFFS707(1:23:39)1:23:41344» Ann DonoghueTir Chonaill ACFF50513(1:23:41)1:23:47345» Donal GormleyMMS709(1:23:13)1:23:48346» Simon LanganMMS13(1:23:04)1:23:48347» Eleanor RooneyFF40657(1:23:50)1:23:51348» Paddy GallagherCreeslough Road RunnersMMS596(1:24:03)1:24:04349» Ann MorrowFF50186(1:23:57)1:24:04350» Noelle GalvanSligo ACFFS315(1:24:01)1:24:11351» Elizabeth DeaneFFS140(1:24:03)1:24:11352» Deborah DawsonTir Chonaill ACFFS8(1:24:04)1:24:11353» Fiona FarragherFFS232(1:23:46)1:24:13354» Ciaran DohertyUnited Health GroupMMS478(1:23:54)1:24:16355» Chris KellyMM4028(1:24:00)1:24:32356» Linda McdaidInishowen ACFFS385(1:24:30)1:24:37357» Danny BurnsLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM6069(1:24:34)1:24:38358» Jason McgarrigleTir Chonaill ACMMS25(1:24:26)1:24:44359» Darren ReidLifford ACMM4039(1:24:45)1:24:45360» Tj WilsonMM40103(1:24:37)1:24:46361» Colm FerriterMMS22(1:24:07)1:24:46362» Joseph WatsonMMS2719(1:24:03)1:24:47363» Christopher McCabeMMS672(1:24:04)1:24:47364» Majella McLaughlinFFS708(1:24:48)1:24:49365» Kevin KearnsMM40601(1:24:27)1:24:50366» Shane StuartMMS278(1:24:43)1:25:12367» Edwina SweeneyFF40541(1:25:07)1:25:13368» Deirdre BolandTireragh ACFFS548(1:24:50)1:25:18369» Marcelo SousiMMS743(1:25:03)1:25:18370» Yvette RaymondSligo ACFFS484(1:24:52)1:25:19371» Sharon CarlinLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF40239(1:25:24)1:25:24372» Noel Mc NultyFit 4 Life Lifford ACMM50218(1:25:17)1:25:29373» Stephen MccaffertyFoyle ValleyMM50524(1:25:18)1:25:33374» Michelle DonaghyInishowen ACFF40301(1:25:20)1:25:33375» Liam QuinnMMS240(1:25:00)1:25:37376» Stephen CrawfordLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMMS157(1:25:33)1:25:37377» Gareth ScahillMMS74(1:25:26)1:25:38378» Eileen WardTir Chonaill ACFF40224(1:25:35)1:25:38378» Martina CouhglinFF40251(1:25:34)1:25:38380» Colm ToweyBallaghaderreenMMS342(1:25:27)1:25:39381» Eamon Mc KennaPettigo RunnersMM403(1:25:16)1:25:40382» Richard OrrMM40573(1:25:41)1:25:41383» David O RourkeMM40721(1:25:03)1:25:41384» Mark McgowanMM40570(1:24:59)1:25:41385» Gregory O’loughlinMM50534(1:25:17)1:25:44386» Brian KeenanMM50287(1:25:30)1:25:48387» Rachel FrielLifford ACFFS519(1:25:41)1:25:49388» Rosaleen DohertyFFS317(1:25:35)1:25:54389» Paul CapraniMM40164(1:25:27)1:25:54390» Diarmaid KeonMSC TriMM40405(1:25:33)1:26:03391» Riona Mc HenryFFS560(1:25:56)1:26:05392» Annmarie DaltonFFS738(1:25:35)1:26:05393» Dermot DevineMM4020(1:25:45)1:26:08394» Mary GallagherFF50113(1:26:11)1:26:17395» Sean Mc DevittMM40191(1:26:09)1:26:17396» Terry HughesMMS426(1:25:58)1:26:19397» Packie BonerMM4047(1:25:45)1:26:23398» Ciara RuaneFFS66(1:25:45)1:26:27398» Caroline RyanFFS647(1:25:49)1:26:27400» Katrina FinniganTireragh ACFF4011(1:26:34)1:26:34401» Gavin MacarthurOrder of DagonMM4075(1:26:43)1:26:44402» Melissa McintyreInishowen ACFFS543(1:26:32)1:26:46403» Orla Shovlin DooganFF4033(1:26:55)1:26:55404» Anne CannonFF4095(1:26:56)1:26:56405» Angela TrimbleGlentiesFF40538(1:26:57)1:27:03406» Gawain McbreartyMM40418(1:27:08)1:27:08407» Therese HuntSouth Sligo ACFFS325(1:26:43)1:27:08408» Maura O GradyMilford ACFF40629(1:26:40)1:27:08409» Margaret McglynnFFS50(1:27:03)1:27:09410» Andrea McElroyMM50654(1:26:33)1:27:10411» Danielle BoyleFFS331(1:27:04)1:27:10412» Lorna GilmartinFFS392(1:27:11)1:27:11413» Chloe JinksFFS21(1:27:10)1:27:13414» Vanessa FoleySligo ACFF405(1:26:53)1:27:13415» Deborah ConroyLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS130(1:27:14)1:27:16416» Andrea McgaviganLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS230(1:27:17)1:27:17417» Eilis McClaffertyFFS693(1:27:19)1:27:19418» Rosemary DewhirstFF40448(1:27:15)1:27:21419» Eithne CoxFF40694(1:27:23)1:27:23420» Bernie McadamClones ACFF40208(1:27:01)1:27:24421» Carmel HoynesLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF4041(1:27:25)1:27:25422» Leanne MccaffertyFFS613(1:26:58)1:27:25423» Goretti Marleyfit for life finn valleyFF40607(1:27:20)1:27:29424» Liam FitzpatrickMMS137(1:27:09)1:27:31425» Kieran McElroyMM60653(1:26:56)1:27:34426» Sarah MccafferyFFS12(1:26:53)1:27:34427» Anthony Walsh1960South Sligo ACMM5086(1:27:20)1:27:45428» Aishling KennedySligo ACFFS604(1:27:48)1:27:48429» Enda MaxwellMMS514(1:27:42)1:27:50430» Peter O DonnellOmagh HarriersMM40132(1:27:49)1:27:51431» Katie BarrettFFS43(1:27:11)1:27:54432» Lynda LoughlinTir Chonaill ACFFS54(1:27:11)1:27:55433» Clare DohertyFFS434(1:27:30)1:27:58434» Stacey BlakeFFS353(1:27:31)1:28:03435» Padraig MurphyMM40488(1:27:45)1:28:09436» Josie LawlerMilford ACFF4092(1:27:49)1:28:18437» Sonya OdonnellFinn ValleyFFS389(1:28:11)1:28:21438» George McCutcheonMM50711(1:27:56)1:28:33439» Joe FlanneryMM60118(1:28:34)1:28:46440» Andrea PorterLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS221(1:28:46)1:28:54441» Dolores McweeneyFFS625(1:28:44)1:28:57442» Cillian CostiganMMS487(1:28:31)1:29:10443» Sean KennedyMMS322(1:28:54)1:29:13444» David CraigMM50651(1:28:54)1:29:14445» Damien DohertyMMS450(1:28:54)1:29:16446» Eoin McgowanMMS483(1:29:14)1:29:17447» Conal GallagherMM40261(1:28:46)1:29:18448» Dylan DevittMM40262(1:28:47)1:29:18449» Siobhan KilloranFFS473(1:29:18)1:29:18450» Noel MolloyMMS19(1:29:12)1:29:23451» Deirdre LambeClones ACFFS234(1:29:00)1:29:24452» Shirley HarteFF40349(1:29:01)1:29:29453» Michael EarleyMMS590(1:28:51)1:29:31454» Emily BonnerFFS397(1:29:36)1:29:39455» Pauline O’connerFFS29(1:29:21)1:29:49456» Trisha GillespieRosses ACFF40259(1:29:40)1:29:53457» Dermot MitchellMMS318(1:29:47)1:30:13458» Michelle DelaneyGlentiesFFS453(1:30:10)1:30:16459» Enda HughesMM4098(1:29:49)1:30:18460» Joanne CunninghamFFS547(1:29:40)1:30:23461» Greg MitchellMMS2648(1:29:54)1:30:39462» Claire CurridTir Chonaill ACFFS467(1:30:31)1:30:40463» Nan FeeFFS722(1:30:07)1:30:47464» Rory FoleyMMS433(1:30:44)1:30:51465» Stephen LynchMM40203(1:30:33)1:30:55466» Paul MeMM50702(1:30:25)1:30:56467» Erika RyanFFS701(1:30:26)1:30:57468» Nora TimoneyFF50249(1:30:52)1:31:00469» Seamus MccannMM50365(1:30:39)1:31:09470» Cathy HarveyFF40281(1:30:57)1:31:16471» Colin BurgessQueen’s Surf Club BelfastMMS2(1:31:34)1:31:34472» Denise BrowneFF40267(1:30:59)1:31:38473» Anne WhiteFF40165(1:31:12)1:31:39474» Una O DonnellFFS362(1:31:15)1:31:43475» Valerie MooreTir Chonaill ACFF40183(1:31:38)1:31:46476» Ericka MurrayninjasFFS142(1:31:38)1:31:47477» Roisin AtchesonFFS580(1:31:23)1:31:47478» David HornMM4044(1:31:04)1:31:48479» Ciara CollinsFFS363(1:31:19)1:31:48480» Lisa McglynnCastlefinn RunningFFS619(1:31:31)1:31:49481» Celine WardFF50642(1:31:25)1:31:50481» Martina McgeeTir Chonaill ACFFS184(1:31:42)1:31:50483» Rose Hunter YoungSligo ACFF60359(1:31:42)1:32:03484» Siobhan SweeneyFFS640(1:31:35)1:32:16485» David McguinnessMMS243(1:31:35)1:32:17486» Caroline ConnellyFFS681(1:32:23)1:32:23487» Roisin Mc GinleyLifford ACFF40438(1:32:25)1:32:25488» Aisling GillenSligo ACFF40141(1:32:15)1:32:37489» Brian ConwayMM40730(1:32:23)1:32:52490» Maria FrostFFS533(1:32:52)1:32:53491» Rhonda MooreFFS269(1:32:18)1:32:56492» Karen MclorenFFS266(1:32:19)1:32:57493» Jean BrosnanPettigo RunnersFFS664(1:32:38)1:32:58494» Paula JansenFinn ValleyFFS126(1:33:00)1:33:00495» Adelaide StrainFF50436(1:32:33)1:33:00496» Jane FlanneryFFS213(1:33:05)1:33:09497» Valerie LawlessFFS24(1:32:59)1:33:16498» Jennifer McCaffreyFFS649(1:32:36)1:33:17499» Gerry McMonagleMMS725(1:33:07)1:33:19500» Thomas MchughLifford AC Fit 4 LifeMM50530(1:33:18)1:33:21501» Michelle HenryFFS662(1:33:06)1:33:23502» Tim O SullivanMM40552(1:32:51)1:33:29503» Helen DohertyFinn ValleyFFS223(1:33:33)1:33:33504» Margaret WarnockFF60309(1:33:36)1:33:36505» Gerry HoneMM40481(1:33:15)1:33:42506» Louise MaileyConvoy Running ClubFFS506(1:33:58)1:33:58507» Fiona TempleFFS706(1:33:48)1:34:03508» Claire TeagueFFS341(1:34:04)1:34:07509» Steve OrmeMM4016(1:33:33)1:34:10510» Fiona Mc GonigleFFS163(1:33:48)1:34:23511» Janet SmythChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF50382(1:34:04)1:34:23512» Vivienne KellsChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF50332(1:34:04)1:34:23513» Keith Mc BreartyMMS91(1:34:00)1:34:26514» Ruth MccruddenLetterkenny ACFF4090(1:34:04)1:34:33515» Alison JacksonChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF40272(1:34:23)1:34:42516» Cliona Mc GinnFFS242(1:34:11)1:34:43517» Patrick McCaulMM50731(1:34:16)1:34:45518» Jenny Mc ClayFF502590(1:34:47)1:34:47519» Eileen CrawfordLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS156(1:34:42)1:34:47519» Christine McnultyLifford ACFF40623(1:34:42)1:34:47521» Declan MccallionLifford ACMM40119(1:34:47)1:34:48522» Bernadette KellyFF4027(1:34:17)1:34:48523» Chris BroughtonMM40139(1:34:10)1:34:49524» Eithne WhiteFF40138(1:34:10)1:34:49525» Geraldine LoughlinFF40726(1:34:10)1:34:50526» Francie BoylanMMS439(1:34:18)1:34:51527» Jennifer Mc ClayFF502589(1:34:52)1:34:52528» Pat LindsayMM40177(1:34:45)1:35:06529» Mary BoyleSt Nauls RunnersFF402412(1:34:32)1:35:10530» Joanne McgoldrickFF4030(1:34:59)1:35:28531» Jacqueline BreslinFFS357(1:35:05)1:35:31532» Mary HughesFF4099(1:35:06)1:35:35533» Mel HeronFF40247(1:35:12)1:35:44534» Rosaleen BeirneTeam Ocean LinksFF40150(1:35:24)1:35:48535» John McDaidMMS715(1:35:50)1:35:50535» Noel Keaveneysligo triathlon clubMM50170(1:35:18)1:35:50537» Monica McelhinneyFitness4allFF50402(1:35:11)1:35:54538» Colleen McMahonFFS737(1:35:25)1:35:57539» Dympna BonerFF4046(1:35:47)1:35:58540» Tina McHughFFS674(1:35:35)1:36:10541» Vivienne RyanFF40406(1:35:28)1:36:12542» Sabineq WalshFF4068(1:36:06)1:36:25543» Stephen McquaidMM40122(1:35:46)1:36:28544» Janet McgonigleFF40423(1:36:01)1:36:34545» Grace O DonnellConvoy Running ClubFFS350(1:36:31)1:36:51546» Julie Mc CreaPettigo RunnersFF40412(1:36:45)1:37:04547» Jenny ParkesFF40712(1:36:30)1:37:11548» Michelle O’donnellSouth Sligo ACFFS555(1:37:03)1:37:26549» Margaret KellySouth Sligo ACFFS562(1:37:03)1:37:26550» Emma DavittSouth Sligo ACFFS587(1:37:03)1:37:26551» Tamara HarveyFFS531(1:37:20)1:37:43552» Lynn ParkeConvoy Running ClubFFS632(1:37:28)1:37:47553» Marian ConnollyFFS678(1:37:04)1:37:49554» Majella CunninghamBruckless Road RunnersFFS395(1:37:37)1:37:53555» Denise MossFinn ValleyMM4057(1:37:34)1:37:54556» Samantha MckiernanKillgarryFF40128(1:37:38)1:37:56557» Brenda Owens BradyKillgarryFFS127(1:37:39)1:37:56558» Stephen Mc CurdyMM40529(1:37:58)1:38:02559» Michelle McMackinFFS677(1:37:23)1:38:08560» Paul O’reillyMM50432(1:37:43)1:38:11561» Helen BurkeNorth Sligo ACFF40271(1:37:45)1:38:29562» Flannery RosaFFS637(1:38:27)1:38:32563» Shane O’donnellMMS631(1:38:12)1:38:37564» Ann RooneyFF40636(1:38:23)1:38:46565» Anne BurkeSouth Sligo ACFF40328(1:38:23)1:38:46565» Laura BurkeSouth Sligo ACFF40360(1:38:22)1:38:46567» Sinead Keogh FinneganFittiesFF4026(1:38:23)1:38:55568» Bernie CrossanFinn ValleyFF40190(1:38:57)1:39:06569» Susan ThompsonFFS265(1:38:29)1:39:07570» Anne Marie LynchFinn ValleyFF40198(1:39:09)1:39:09571» Aisling McdevittFFS185(1:38:54)1:39:14572» Mervyn ElliottMM50383(1:38:57)1:39:18573» Isabel GardinerRun LKFF40401(1:38:45)1:39:18574» Maire GeogheganRun LKFF40578(1:38:45)1:39:18575» Kate FarrellManchester YMCA HarriersFF60294(1:39:14)1:39:28576» Audrey CrawfordFinn ValleyFF40199(1:38:59)1:39:35577» Davina O ‘DonnellConvoy Running ClubFFS468(1:39:17)1:39:36578» Linda WeirNorth Fermanagh Fitness ClubFF40238(1:39:04)1:39:41579» Louise KinaneTeam Ocean LinksFF40149(1:39:19)1:39:44580» Joe BreslinA C LiffordMM50276(1:39:42)1:39:46581» James CampbellMM40367(1:39:56)1:40:04582» Jennifer ShielsFFS565(1:39:45)1:40:15583» Roisin RoseFFS566(1:39:45)1:40:16584» Bríd Mc CannOmagh HarriersFF60491(1:40:00)1:40:35585» Daniel BrowneMM40567(1:40:27)1:40:38586» Grainne MuldoonStragellaFFS209(1:40:32)1:40:55587» Carmel BrindleLifford ACFF40123(1:41:04)1:41:04588» Karen CarlinFit 4 Life Lifford ACFF40151(1:40:57)1:41:04589» Michelle RouseLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS145(1:40:57)1:41:07590» Marie McdaidFF40321(1:41:14)1:41:14591» Claire Mc IntyreFFS376(1:40:55)1:41:25592» Michelle CawleyJ2P CoachingFFS501(1:41:18)1:41:28593» Berni MolloyFFS334(1:41:00)1:41:32594» Anne LoughranCarmen RunnersFFS546(1:41:09)1:41:35595» Sharon HeartyFF40455(1:41:03)1:41:40596» Marie Mc AteerFFS377(1:41:12)1:41:42597» Eamon DohertyMM40387(1:41:41)1:41:46598» Bridgeen SmithFFS388(1:41:41)1:41:46599» Lorraine Mc GrinderLifford ACFF40511(1:41:47)1:41:52600» Annmarie RocheRun LKFFS400(1:42:02)1:42:02601» Carol Bree GalvinFitness4allFF40403(1:41:29)1:42:13602» Ciara HoranFFS499(1:41:42)1:42:26603» Roseanne KellyFFS486(1:42:41)1:42:51604» Catriona McdonaghFFS503(1:42:41)1:42:52605» Margaret LoughlinFF40724(1:42:17)1:42:57606» Gemma MaguireFFS718(1:42:27)1:43:01607» Martina CarrFFS374(1:42:38)1:43:08608» Margarite BonnerFFS581(1:42:42)1:43:09609» Aine HarringtonBallygarFFS210(1:43:23)1:43:45610» Lucy O’NeillFFS695(1:43:07)1:43:46611» Evelyn SkuceChurch Hill Ladies Running clubFF50381(1:43:29)1:43:49612» Andrea MayersFF40226(1:43:58)1:43:58613» Donna MaguireFFS263(1:43:25)1:44:04614» Tony KearnsMM40671(1:43:50)1:44:08615» Lorna O’donnellRosses ACFF40630(1:43:50)1:44:17616» Sharon WalkerFFS268(1:43:44)1:44:21617» Michael McguiganMMS409(1:44:37)1:45:11618» Audra DiverA C LiffordFF40275(1:45:00)1:45:15619» Diane ArbuckleA C LiffordFF40273(1:45:00)1:45:15620» Sian SeaneyFF40104(1:44:46)1:45:19621» Glenn O’ ShaughnessyMM40512(1:44:57)1:45:22622» Sharon O’ ShaughnessyClones ACFF40429(1:44:56)1:45:22623» Pauline McgoldrickFFS161(1:44:58)1:45:33624» Aine TaylorBOLTFF40386(1:45:30)1:45:48625» Adelle SmithNorth Fermanagh Fitness ClubFFS464(1:45:40)1:46:18626» Amanda SmithNorth Fermanagh Fitness ClubFFS463(1:45:44)1:46:22627» Chris CuninghamMMS688(1:45:43)1:46:23628» Katherine WilliamsFFS154(1:46:30)1:47:04629» Maria DevlinFFS456(1:46:34)1:47:18630» Sinead CollinsFinn ValleyFFS172(1:47:32)1:47:51631» Margaret DohertyFF50182(1:47:33)1:47:51632» Siobhan ByrneFF50173(1:47:33)1:47:51633» Natalia Colmenarejo247FF40417(1:47:58)1:48:02634» Elaine KellyFFS561(1:47:56)1:48:32635» Aoife Mc NultyFFS260(1:48:05)1:48:39636» Mary LavelleFFS53(1:48:07)1:48:41637» Eyvonne ElliottFF40384(1:48:36)1:48:56638» Breda ByrneGlentiesFF40469(1:48:45)1:49:17639» Teresa ButlerFF50215(1:49:14)1:49:47640» Caroline CunninghamInishowen ACFF40505(1:49:43)1:49:50641» Fiona FerryFFS729(1:49:57)1:49:58642» Elaine McginleyLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF40158(1:49:25)1:49:59643» Rosemary BoggsLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF50153(1:49:24)1:50:00644» Michelle HoustonLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS187(1:49:25)1:50:00645» Ciara DolanFFS408(1:50:34)1:51:09646» Noreen FureyFFS594(1:50:57)1:51:23647» Olivia SeerySligo ACFF60319(1:51:29)1:51:51648» Michelle O KaneDrumquin CCFF40466(1:51:17)1:51:52649» Siobhan CostelloBallygarFFS211(1:51:44)1:52:06650» Janet DeaneNFFCFF40421(1:54:30)1:55:12651» Stephen DeaneNFFCMM40422(1:54:30)1:55:12652» Katherine RossFFS270(1:54:34)1:55:12653» Lisa PriceFittiesFFS526(1:55:10)1:55:42654» Irene PenderFF40633(1:54:58)1:55:43655» Fiona PenderFF40346(1:54:59)1:55:43656» Leela VossFFS134(1:55:14)1:55:59657» Julie VossFF50133(1:55:14)1:56:00658» Mary HolahanFFS335(1:56:15)1:56:51659» Maire Mc GeehanFFS336(1:57:04)1:57:40660» Angela Mc ConnellCastlefinn RunningFF40454(1:57:37)1:58:13661» Martina CallaghanInishowen ACFF40410(1:58:40)1:58:47662» Grainne RiceLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFF40148(1:59:45)1:59:45663» Elaine ConnollyFFS413(2:04:34)2:04:34663» Louise McgroartyFFS440(2:04:34)2:04:34665» Jennifer GallagherLifford AC Fit 4 LifeFFS178(2:06:00)2:06:06666» Late entry670(2:10:43)2:10:43667» Peter KearnsMM50214(2:10:37)2:11:23668» Marion ElliottFFS205(23:15:17)23:15:17RESULTS: STACK AND SHIELS IMPRESSIVE WINNERS OF THE BUNDORAN 10 CHALLENGE was last modified: March 2nd, 2014 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 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