Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title MOST READ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. FILE – At left, in a Jan. 28, 2019, file photo, Duke’s RJ Barrett (5) dunks against Notre Dame during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, in South Bend, Ind. At right, in a Jan. 19, 2019, file photo, Duke’s Zion Williamson (1) drives to the basket against Virginia during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game, in Durham, N.C. Duke freshmen RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson are 1-2 in the league in scoring. They could end up that way for top ACC player, too. (AP Photo/File) The ballot was announced Saturday by the Los Angeles Athletic Club.Voting by a national media panel takes place March 18-25, which includes the opening rounds of the NCAA Tournament. Fans can vote online.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsThe top 10 vote-getters will be named to the Wooden Award All American team after the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament. Five finalists will vie for the Wooden Award to be presented on April 12 in Los Angeles. Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LOS ANGELES — Duke teammates Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett, along with Gonzaga’s Brandon Clarke and Rui Hachimura, are among 15 players on the ballot for the John R. Wooden Award that goes to the nation’s outstanding college basketball player.The other contenders are Jarrett Culver of Texas Tech, Mike Daum of South Dakota State, Carsen Edwards of Purdue, Ethan Happ of Wisconsin, Markus Howard of Marquette, De’Andre Hunter of Virginia, Dedric Lawson of Kansas, Ja Morant of Murray State, PJ Washington of Kentucky, Grant Williams of Tennessee and Cassius Winston of Michigan State.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Lakers’ Brandon Ingram out for season with deep venous thrombosis
An anti-Ebola volunteer of the Catholic Church, Dr. Tim Flanigan has expressed strong optimism that Liberia will soon overcome Ebola.Professor Flannigan, a specialist on Infectious Disease at the prestigious Brown University in Rhode Island, USA, who has worked in Liberia as a volunteer with the Catholic Church’s Ebola Response Team, made the assertion recently in Monrovia.He stated that he was personally touched by the commitment of the people of Liberia and their local and international partners in combating the Ebola virus disease (EVD), adding that the virus will soon be history.“Liberia went through the war, which was worst than Ebola. So I think you will defeat this disease. Liberians are poor and have few health workers but the country is very rich in faith, prayer, and desire to succeed against the outbreak,” he observed.Dr. Flanigan, who is also an ordained Deacon in the Church, arrived in Monrovia early September at the invitation of the Catholic Church. Since his arrival, he has been an asset in the fight against the disease, said Sr. Barbara Brillant FMM, Coordinator of the Catholic Church’s Ebola Response Program.“We are very happy to have Dr. Tim with us. He has been leading and conducting training and education sessions at Catholic health facilities, communities, parishes, schools, and other places like Buchanan. He has been an asset.”Dr. Tim played critical liaison role with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, CDC, visited Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) and related well with other organizations on behalf of the Catholic Church.During his tenure of volunteerism, the Catholic Ebola Response Team was involved in three main activities. The first was to split the awareness and sensitization intervention into three teams: Team One was for Health Centers and Clinics (including the Catholic Hospital and the TB and Leprosy Center in Ganta) and Team Two focused on Community Outreach (worked with youth groups to do Ebola prevention in communities and parishes) while Team Three coordinated and worked with school principals and teachers to prepare for school opening.The second activity focused on undertaking an assessment of Catholic Clinics in the Monrovia area as a prerequisite for reopening of the facilities: Star of the Sea Clinic, Bishop John Collins Clinic, Sr. Barbara Ann Health Center, Sr. Agnes Clinic as well as the St. Peter’s Claver in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.The third activity entailed the provision of donated materials and PPE (personnel protective equipment) and Clorox and helping the St. Joseph’s Catholic Hospital in organizing training for its reopening.Asked about his personal experiences in the fight against Ebola, Dr. Flanigan said: “With Ebola, sometimes patients and health workers feel abandoned because we try not to touch them. The health care workers did not have enough PPE, but are committed to helping the patients and be as safe as possible. We need to always stand by them”Dr. Flanigan, who departs Liberia early November for USA, said he was pleased to have volunteered with the Church and will always have fond memories of the people and country. He lauded the Catholic Church for inviting him and thanked Liberians for receiving and working with him well. He will be happy to come back if the opportunity affords him. He hoped that the new Doctor, a Franciscan Missionary of Mary Catholic Nun from Kenya, who has come to join the anti-Ebola crusade will receive similar support.The Catholic Church in Liberia in early September scaled up its fight against the Ebola Disease Virus (EVD) with the mobilization of increased human, medical and logistical resources to put a halt to the virus, protect the people, and ensure the smooth operations of Catholic health centers around the country. Dr. Tim Flanigan has been a formidable member of that effort.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Youth Better-Liberia (YOBEL), a non-profit youth organization, over the weekend held a one day elections dialogue in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.The lead facilitator for the dialogue, Attorney Phil T. Dixon, said Liberian youths should develop common sense of direction that will help them while rendering services to the nation, other than promoting the selfish platforms of politicians.‘’Don’t let politics sway you as you follow the crafters of policies,” Atty. Dixon cautioned the youth.He called on young people across the country to put country first when they are deciding to elect their respective representatives and president during the 2017 elections.‘’Do not be influenced by conditions and needlessly hate your own brothers and sisters in the name of supporting the interest of any politician,’’ Dixon warned the youth.He spoke on the topic, ‘’Good Leadership.’’ Dixon further cautioned the young people to seek the right means to resolve conflict rather than becoming lawless and insignificant to the promotion and protection of peace.Earlier, YOBEL Executive Director, Z. Otis Kruah, said the objective of his organization is to direct the minds of young people towards the elevation of the nation through constructive engagements.‘’Let us disprove the generation that says we are only good for trouble-making and remember that we can together succeed to overcome some of the critical obstacles if we volunteer for the good of our nation and do away with hate towards each other,’’ Kruah said. YOBEL’s primary goals include advocacy for the rights of the young people; the protection and cleaning of the environment; supporting young people to acquire good life skills, as well as promoting peace and harmony among citizens and other nationals residing in the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…Masters in Clinical Psychology introducedThe Jay and Sylvia Sobhraj Foundation on Friday opened a state-of-the-art Centre for Behavioural Sciences and Research (CeBeReS) at the University of Guyana (UG), with the aim of providing medical professionals with the skills to tackle mental health.The Foundation funded the majority of the operation to refurbish an old building within the institution’s compound and added additional space to facilitate classrooms among other amenities.Jay Sobhraj, founder of the Foundation noted that the partnership with UG only commenced last year after the Memorandum of Understanding was signed. Thereafter, construction commenced last September. The new building features four classrooms with additional facilities.“That building is just under 10,000 square feet. Whatever was there before, we have that plus more. We have four classrooms, clinical psychology centres, we maintained three houses of worship and the gym, the restaurant, the bookstore are still there,” he stated.Vice Chancellor of the University, Ivelaw Griffith announced the introduction of the Masters in Clinical Psychology, which will accompany the new building. This is one of the initiatives under the Project Renaissance agenda.“One central tenant of Project Renaissance is to build partnerships, not to rely only on Government funding; to connect with the community [and] to connect with businesses. Partnerships constitutes an important tenant of Project Renaissance,” the Vice Chancellor mentioned as he spoke about the relationship between the University and the Foundation.Meanwhile, Junior Public Health Minister Karen Cummings stated that this Centre and the additional courses will boost the human resource capacity in Guyana to deal with mental health.“I cannot overemphasise how timely the launching of this programme is especially in the light of the many health issues that beset Guyana. Individuals in the mental health workforce desirous of pursuing graduate level clinical psychology training will certainly from professional growth and development,” the Junior Minister explained.She reminded that mental illnesses are treatable through the right treatment and care from medical professionals.Dean of Health Sciences at UG, Dr Immanuel Cummings related that mental health is one of the most neglected health science areas in society and this new establishment will respond to these issues and furthermore, reduce the suicide rate in Guyana.Over the years, the Jay and Silvia Sobhraj Foundation has provided support to other educational intuitions and the Guyana Police Force by introducing Information and Communications Technology.Last year, some US$400,000 was handed over to the University by the Foundation to start this project but the total cost was some US$665,000.The newly established Centre for Behavioural Sciences and Research at the University of Guyana
The local RCMP is seeking public assistance as it continues to look for the owner, and a possible suspect, in a week old vehicular fire case.It says early last Saturday (July 24th, 2010) morning, police found an abandoned derby style car, engulfed in flames, in the southbound ditch, of the Alaska Highway, near 72nd street.Fire-fighters were able to get the fire out and investigators identified a L.A.N.D Transport logo on the front passenger door of the severely burnt vehicle.- Advertisement -A witness, who arrived at the scene before police, reported seeing a man running away from the scene.He’s described as caucasian, likely in his early twenties and about 5 feet seven inches tall. Advertisement Police are now taking public information assistance calls hoping they could led to either his location or to the vehicle’s owner.Once again the numbers to call are 250-787-8140 or 1-800-222-8477.
The Hurriyet daily carried a simular report, saying Karius would receive an annual salary of 1.4 million euros ($1.6 million).Besiktas, who won the Super Lig twice in a row until Galatasaray ended their run last season, have been looking for a top-class goalkeeper after the departure of their much-admired Spanish gloveman Fabri to Fulham.Karius made two major errors in Liverpool’s painful Champions League final defeat against Real Madrid in May that resulted in decisive goals as Real won 3-1.Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said the errors were because Karius was concussed.But Karius’ stint as Liverpool’s first-choice goalkeeper appeared to have ended when 25-year-old Brazilian number one Alisson signed for Liverpool for a record £67million from Italian side Roma last month.Asked after Monday’s 2-0 win at Crystal Palace whether Karius was about to seal his move, Klopp insisted he was in the dark.“No, nothing. Nobody has told me anything,” Klopp said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Loris Karius made two terrible errors in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat by Real Madrid © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEISTANBUL, Turkey, Aug 20 – Liverpool’s German goalkeeper Loris Karius, whose fumbles were widely blamed for the defeat of his side in the Champions League final, is to join Istanbul giants Besiktas on a two-year loan deal, Turkish reports said Monday.The loan deal would be worth 2.0 million euros ($2.3 million), the NTV channel said, adding that the agreement had nearly been finalised and an official announcement was to be expected soon.
Buncrana Parish priest Fr Francis Bradley has said the Church will not stand in the way of a local cinema showing Fifty Shades of Grey – if they ever get a copy of it.Fr Bradley was reacting to yesterday’s claims that Cinema Inishown, which is located in St Mary’s Hall, had ben banned from screening the steamy movie.It later transpired that the reason Christian Grey won’t be appearing in Buncrana is because the cinema committee could not agree a deal with the distributor. The cinema committee lease the hall from the Diocese of Derry.But Fr Bradley said they will not interfere with what went on at the cinema.“I don’t know the operating of the cinema at all,” he said. “It’s a free world in which people make decisions themselves. The parish would have an interest in what would happen there, but the cinema makes its own decisions.”However, Fr Bradley said he did not intend to see the film himself. “It is not something that I would recommend. There is enough violence in the world without people indulging in more violence. If you are asking my recommendations, I’d say no.”Fifty Shades of Grey goes on release on February 14th. CHURCH WON’T STAND IN WAY OF CINEMA SHOWING 50 SHADES – IF THEY EVER GET A COPY! was last modified: February 6th, 2015 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:buncranaCinema InishowenFifty Shades Of GreyFr Liam Bradley
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CLG An Clóchan Liath Club News:B’iad 4, 19, 20 & 24 a huimhireacha a lotto a tarraingíodh ag deireadh na seachtaine agus níor baineadh póta óir an lotto. Beidh €2500 sa phóta óir don seachtain seo.Bhain na daoine seo leanas €20 an ceann: Denis O’Donnell – Brockagh, Kevin Gillespie – Mullaghduff, Gerard Dickey – Burtonport. Darragh Ward – Cronashallog & Alan Rodgers Meenmore. The seniors played Kilcar at Rosses Park on Sunday. The reserves lost out on a scoreline of 2-06 to 3-06 & the seniors lost 2-10 to 3-15. The two goals coming from Conor Greene, both in the opening 4 minutes of the second half. Boyle’s men, made a great comeback in the second half after scoring only 4 points in the first half. However, a very late 3rd goal by Kilcar killed off the game. It was a great second half, showing lots of courage & spirit by the men to come back into the game & just unfortunate to not get the result.The ladies played Naomh Coloumba also in Rosses Park on Sunday morning, winning on a fantastic scoreline of 4-11 to 1-07. Well done to all the ladies.The club hosted an U10 blitz on Saturday morning with Naomh Mhuire & Naomh Conaill. The blitz was highly praised by members & parents alike from the other clubs & wished to thank all at the club for the very warm & inviting reception they received. A special word of thanks to both clubs for travelling to Rosses Park & also to all involved, who made the day what is was! Thank you!Both Dungloe & Kilcar teams lined out for a minutes silence to pay their respects to former GAA president Joe McDonagh & two fantastic club stalwarts Brian Manus O’Donnell & Eamon Martin before the Senior game on Sunday. From all at the club we would like to offer our deepest sympathies with the families. Best wishes to the U14 hurlers had a great win ahead of this week’s league semi final against Aodh Rua this Thursday at 7pm in Ballyshannon, were a win will give the lads a chance to retain their U14 league title.Best of luck to Mark Curran & Ryan Connors who start their bid for Ulster with the county minors V Antrim in the championship on Sunday.The clubs Euros fundraiser which is being run by our club members is still on going for anyone wanting to join. It will put your football knowledge to the test as well as an opportunity to win some very worthwhile prizes! You can enter via the following:In person – just ask any player or committee member for an entry form. You can also give your entry fee to the players/committee member along with your entry formOnline – Contact the CLG AN CLOCHAN LIATH Facebook page or any committee member and we will forward you an email with an an entry form.CONOR GREENE DOUBLE NOT ENOUGH AS DUNGLOE DEFEATED BY KILCAR was last modified: May 23rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:dungloeGAASport
THERE was a huge turn-out for the FVAC 5k series today with almost 300 runners taking part.Foyle Valley’s Adrian McGowan was first home in the race. All the results are below:FVAC Series 5k 2nd Mar 2014 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 425 16.02 Adrian McGowan SM Foyle Valley2 426 16.29 Stephen Connor SM Foyle Valley3 503 16.43 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A C 4 842 17.20 Darren McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C5 162 17.30 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A C6 456 17.35 Jack McBride JM Finn Valley A C7 533 17.36 Paddy Penrose JM Finn Valley A C8 864 17.53 Matthew McLaughlin SM Foyle Valley 9 432 18.04 Martin Devenney SM 24/7 Triathlon10 461 18.07 Enda McBride JM Letterkenny A C11 504 18.07 Conor McCullagh SM Derry City Track Club12 454 18.14 Humphrey Murphy M40 Letterkenny A C 13 438 18.29 Shane Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C14 37 18.30 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C15 467 18.37 Paddy Fox SM Cranford A C16 850 19.02 Michael McGowan SM Foyle Valley17 468 19.07 Kenny O Donnell M35 Finn Valley A C18 434 19.17 John McGlinchey M40 Finn Valley A C19 397 19.21 James McCahill JM Individual20 925 19.22 Jimmy Renfrew SM Individual21 460 19.23 Stewart McGee SM Letterkenny A C22 919 19.32 Michael Penrose SM Finn Valley A C23 808 19.40 Colm McElwaine SM Individual24 566 19.44 Vincent Mc Partland SM Individual25 870 20.06 Peter McMenamin SM Individual26 213 20.07 Eugene Gallen SM Individual27 56 20.11 Richie Duncan SM Castlefinn Runners28 914 20.16 Brian Patton SM Finn Valley A C29 541 20.18 Kevin Maguire SM Finn Valley A C30 599 20.19 Brian Gormley SM Individual31 416 20.23 Sinead Peoples SW Letterkenny A C32 879 20.36 Patrick McNamee SM Individual33 439 20.49 Barry Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C34 80 20.53 Barry Chambers SM Individual35 981 20.59 Adrian Gill SM Individual36 76 21.04 Alan Caterson SM Finn Valley A C37 511 21.06 Paul Lee M35 Letterkenny A C38 800 21.07 Eimear McDermott W40 Finn Valley A C39 963 21.11 Pawel Dudek SM Individual40 41 21.19 Paul Ferns SM Individual41 453 21.20 Alex McGeehan JM Finn Valley A C42 204 21.22 Tony Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C43 437 21.24 Charmian Obrien SW Finn Valley A C44 89 21.25 Eamon Connolly SM Individual45 414 21.25 Doc Doherty M45 Finn Valley A C46 419 21.28 Serena McDaid SW Letterkenny A C47 396 21.30 Mark McCafferty SM Finn Valley A C48 65 21.31 Declan Carlin SM Finn Valley A C49 577 21.32 Hannagh McGowan SW Individual50 585 21.34 Michael McMenamin SM Finn Valley A C51 917 21.35 Eilish Patton SW Finn Valley A C52 415 21.41 Manus Peoples M55 Individual53 422 21.42 Henrietta Elves SW Inishowen A C54 69 21.44 Patick Carr SM Individual55 930 21.51 Andy Scanlon SM Finn Valley A C56 120 21.53 Adrian Devine SM Castlefinn Runners57 863 22.00 Isacc McLaughlin SM FVLC Begin to Run58 330 22.04 Rodney Irwin SM Individual59 540 22.05 Seamus Curran M35 Finn Valley A C60 186 22.10 Christopher Gallagher SM Individual61 160 22.11 Mickey Flyod SM Individual62 902 22.12 Sean O’Donnell M50 Lifford A C63 522 22.13 Gerard McConnell SM Individual64 457 22.15 John Lynch SM Individual65 462 22.19 Brian McBride M60 Letterkenny A C66 939 22.21 George Staniewski SM Individual67 906 22.22 Fintan O’Hagan M40 Castlefinn Runners68 567 22.24 Marie Speight W50 Finn Valley A C69 833 22.25 Ashlean McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C70 452 22.25 Shane McNulty SM Finn Valley A C71 518 22.32 Jamess Stevenson SM Lifford A C72 880 22.34 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A C73 421 22.38 Tracy Harley SW Inishowen A C74 534 22.43 Mark Trayers SM Individual75 531 22.44 Laura Lee Penrose JW Finn Valley A C76 423 22.45 Don Smith M40 Convoy77 374 22.48 James Maguire SM Finn Valley A C78 899 22.51 Emmett O’Donnell SM Individual79 507 22.56 David Gordon SM Individual80 859 23.02 Ben McLaren JM North Fermanagh Fitness Club81 845 23.05 Edel McGlynn SW Finn Valley A C82 58 23.05 Joanne Campbell SW Finn Valley A C83 852 23.06 Caroline McGuire W40 Finn Valley A C84 228 23.07 Ryan Galvin JM Finn Valley A C85 420 23.10 Ruth Doherty SW Inishowen A C86 923 23.11 Jason Regan SM Individual87 513 23.11 Francesca Patton SW Convoy88 515 23.11 Eamonn McConnell M35 Castlefinn Runners89 887 23.14 Noel Moore SM Individual90 780 23.16 Andrew McCollum SM Individual91 935 23.32 Richard Sleigh SM Individual92 582 23.35 Emeka Onwunzo SW Individual93 993 23.36 Seamus Ferry SM Individual94 328 23.37 Carl Houston SM Castlefinn Runners95 502 23.40 Gloria Donaghy W50 Finn Valley A C96 139 23.44 Gareth Doherty SM Individual97 947 23.45 Brian Westman SM Individual98 871 23.45 PJ McMenamin SM Individual99 872 23.46 Sean McMenamin SM Individual100 225 23.49 Paul Gallen SM Individual101 519 23.50 Eloise Carlin JW Finn Valley A C102 401 23.53 Sinead Kenny SW Aghyaran Runners103 136 23.54 Christopher Diver SM Individual104 530 23.54 Eugene McGinley M45 Individual105 14 23.57 Eugene Boyle M40 Castlefinn Runners106 992 24.04 James Whoriskey SM Individual107 970 24.14 Barry O’Donnell SM Convoy108 377 24.18 Alan Mailey SM Convoy109 529 24.27 Bernard O Brien SM Individual110 413 24.30 Eamonn Diver SM Individual111 441 24.30 Shaun McGlynn SM Individual112 907 24.34 Joey O’Leary M40 Castlefinn Runners113 875 24.37 Sinead McMenamin Collins SW Castlefinn Runners114 473 24.39 Martin Langan SM Convoy115 158 24.52 Richard Flynn SM Individual116 846 25.00 Lisa McGlynn SW Castlefinn Runners117 962 25.03 Luke Nelis SM Raphoe Roadrunners118 464 25.04 Clement Bonner SM Individual119 506 25.06 Brendan McElhinney SM Individual120 440 25.06 Paul Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C121 430 25.09 Frankie Kelly SM Individual122 5 25.10 Emma Bates SW Finn Valley A C123 998 25.12 Marie McColgan SW FV FFL124 580 25.12 Eimear Alexandr SW Individual125 236 25.13 Olivia Gillen SW Convoy126 898 25.15 Frank O’Deorain SM Individual127 516 25.22 Nicola Burchmore SW North Fermanagh Fitness Club128 954 25.25 John Wilson SM Individual129 242 25.27 Cora Harvey SW Finn Valley A C130 867 25.32 Helene McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C131 586 25.39 Josephine Donaghey SW Individual132 593 25.45 Wendy Goudie SW Individual133 110 25.45 Lorraine Duffy SW Individual134 455 25.54 Aidan Brennan M40 Individual135 953 26.05 Frances Wilson SW Finn Valley A C136 451 26.06 Enda Slevein SM Raphoe Roadrunners137 385 26.08 Mary Martin SW FV FFL138 75 26.08 Tanya Carson SW Individual139 463 26.10 Damien McHugh SM Individual140 592 26.14 Nicola Neely SW Individual141 986 26.16 Sarah Doherty SW Convoy142 465 26.21 Catherine Devlin SW Individual143 326 26.23 Gaynor Hindley SW Individual144 584 26.23 PJ McMonagle SM Raphoe Roadrunners145 501 26.25 Linda Macbeth SW Raphoe Roadrunners146 801 26.26 Catherine McDevitt SW Individual147 370 26.51 John Magee SM Individual148 535 26.52 Bernie Maguire SW Finn Valley A C149 466 26.59 Ryan Davis SM Individual150 64 27.08 Maria Carberry SW Individual151 521 27.13 Margaret Gallen SW Finn Valley A C152 368 27.15 Declan Lynch M40 Castlefinn Runners153 514 27.17 Sean Bonner M35 Convoy154 7 27.18 Darren Beecroft SM Individual155 6 27.18 Aaron Beecroft SM Individual156 968 27.24 Rosemary Parkinson SW Convoy157 428 27.24 Darren Mailey SM Convoy158 424 27.29 Kayleigh Smith SW Convoy159 505 27.35 Kellan Curran JM Finn Valley A C160 987 27.37 Mary Doherty SW Convoy161 471 27.39 Melanie Sweeney SW Castlefinn Runners162 844 27.39 Lisa McGlinchey SW Castlefinn Runners163 831 27.43 Densie McGahern SW Finn Valley A C164 539 27.51 Eimear McLaughlin SW Aghyarn Runners165 876 27.53 Lisa McMonagle SW Raphoe Roadrunners166 581 27.54 Louise McCullagh SW Individual167 512 27.55 Mary Van Ruiven SW Individual168 327 27.57 Siobhan Houstan SW Finn Valley A C169 472 27.59 Elaine McGoldrick SW Castlefinn Runners170 405 28.02 Donna Gallagher SW Individual171 537 28.04 Jeannette Harper SW Aghyarn Runners172 969 28.05 Emma Mungar SW Convoy173 523 28.06 Paul Finn SM Individual174 442 28.10 Declan Falls SM Aghyarn Runners175 957 28.13 Desmond Friel SM Individual176 979 28.14 Charlotte Irwin SW Convoy177 984 28.16 Veronica Kilpatrick SW Individual178 73 28.19 Clara Carroll SW Individual179 444 28.23 Aidan Dolan JW Aghyarn Runners180 883 28.24 Jonathon Mitchell SM FVLC Begin to Run181 980 28.24 Sinead Kinnear SW Individual182 79 28.25 Corina Catterson Flynn SW Castlefinn Runners183 96 28.33 Antonette Coyle SW Finn Valley A C184 926 28.34 AnneMarie Reynolds SW Individual185 445 28.36 Martin Dolan M40 Aghyarn Runners186 578 28.37 Paul Cullen SM Individual187 527 28.41 Andrea McGettigan SW Individual188 911 28.42 Elaine Parke SW Individual189 982 28.43 Ian Crawford SM Individual190 921 28.51 Jason Peoples SM Individual191 176 28.52 Anthony Gallagher SM Individual192 904 28.53 AnnMarie O’Hagan SW Castlefinn Runners193 997 28.57 Tina McGlynn SW FV FFL194 427 28.58 William Parke SM Convoy195 595 28.59 Julie McCrea SW Petigoe Roadrunners196 908 29.02 Paulette O’Leary SW Castlefinn Runners197 851 29.02 Mary McGranaghan W40 Castlefinn Runners198 34 29.07 Deirdre Browne SW Finn Valley A C199 195 29.10 Maire Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C200 447 29.10 Rosemary Monaghan SW Individual201 900 29.18 Miriam O’Donnell SW Individual202 590 29.20 Ryan Scanlon SM Individual203 922 29.21 AN Other SM Individual204 450 29.21 Margaret Slevin SW Raphoe Roadrunners205 832 29.21 Diana McGarrigle SW Finn Valley A C206 526 29.21 Nikita Gallen JW Finn Valley A C207 33 29.29 Mick Flynn SM Castlefinn Runners208 853 29.30 Cathal McGuire JM Finn Valley A C209 974 29.32 Hazel Long SW Raphoe Roadrunners210 208 29.36 Aiden Gallen JM Individual211 459 29.40 Stephanie Rushe SW FV FFL212 857 29.41 Kevin McHugh SM Finn Valley A C213 524 29.51 Ann Bradley SW Individual214 386 30.07 Tracey Matthewson SW Castlefinn Runners215 391 30.07 Fionnuala McBride SW Castlefinn Runners216 436 30.14 Yvonne Lynch SW Individual217 379 30.15 John Mailey SM Convoy218 961 30.15 Lavania Culderbanks SW Convoy219 433 30.23 Andrea McGowan SM FV FFL220 596 30.30 Martina McCualeu SW North Fermanagh Fitness Club221 449 30.38 Christine Brolly SW Raphoe Roadrunners222 431 30.49 Margaret McConnell SW Aghyarn Runners223 458 30.51 Charlene Rushe SW FV FFL224 334 30.56 Nicola Kee SW Finn Valley A C225 86 31.05 Emma Conaghan SW Castlefinn Runners226 545 31.09 Darren Gallen SM Individual227 135 31.13 Ezarah Doherty SW Individual228 967 31.19 Shannian Coyle SW Individual229 418 31.31 Olivia Gillespie SW Individual230 944 31.34 Megan Thompson SW North Fermanagh Fitness Club231 936 31.39 Karen Smith SW FVLC Begin to Run232 364 31.42 Helen Logue SW FVLC Begin to Run233 448 32.02 Clive Davis SM FV FFL234 885 32.11 Heather Montgomery SW Individual235 222 32.13 Karen Gallen JW Individual236 237 32.15 Meave Gilligan SW FVLC Begin to Run237 446 32.15 Martina McLaughlin SW Aghyarn Runners238 975 32.16 Laura Haron SW Convoy239 587 32.17 Tara Hughes SW Individual240 536 32.41 Amanda McGranaghan SW Castlefinn Runners241 417 32.41 CarolCaroline Catterson W40 Finn Valley A C242 398 32.46 EveAnne McCarron SW Raphoe Roadrunners243 588 33.02 Eimear Long SW Individual244 517 33.09 Cliona Buchmore JW North Fermanagh Fitness Club245 508 33.16 Deam Reynolds SM Individual246 470 33.36 Yvonne Barnett SW Lifford A C247 874 33.46 Teresa McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C248 209 33.46 Betty Gallen SW Finn Valley A C249 528 33.51 Ethna Wallace SW Individual250 542 34.16 Grainne Gavigan SW Finn Valley A C251 21 34.22 Catherine Finn SW Individual252 915 34.27 Christina Patton SW Individual253 806 34.27 Anne McElchar SW Individual254 532 34.27 Mary Penrose SW Finn Valley A C255 948 34.40 Noreen Whelan SW FVLC Begin to Run256 509 35.00 Michelle Doherty SW Individual257 591 35.07 Mary Marley SW Individual258 469 35.07 Brendan Martin M35 Individual259 594 35.15 Garl Mc Laren SM Individual260 797 36.26 Nicole McConnell SW Castlefinn Runners261 443 36.26 Shareene McCrudden SW Castlefinn Runners262 990 36.35 Siobhan Kelly SW Individual263 991 36.35 Joe Kelly SM Individual264 976 36.52 Martie Kilpatrick SM Convoy265 965 36.58 Tina Duffy SW Individual266 964 36.58 Ella Duffy JW Individual267 855 37.12 Angela McHugh SW Lifford A C268 589 37.32 Heather McClean SW Individual269 520 37.32 Sinead O Donnell SW Individual270 232 37.52 Annette Gildea SW FVLC Begin to Run271 369 38.18 Marie Lynch SW Castlefinn Runners272 579 38.26 Louise Cullen SW Individual273 435 38.30 Tony McBride Walker Individual274 583 41.10 Ronan Roddy SM Individual275 355 42.01 Martin Langan M40 Individual276 912 42.01 Lynne Parke SW Convoy277 224 42.26 Liz Gallen SW Individual278 978 43.50 Audrey Crawford SW Finn Valley A C279 525 43.50 Ann Marie Lynch SW FV FFL280 966 43.50 Sean Morris SM Individual281 600 44.17 Sinead Ewing SW Individual282 538 44.17 Monica Bates SW Individual283 544 48.51 Marian Gallen SW Individual284 598 48.51 Brendan Gallagher SM IndividualTotal Runners: 284 LARGE TURN-OUT FOR FINN VALLEY AC 5K SERIES 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 share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram 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