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Temba Bavuma’s 3 year old tweet comes back to haunt him as Kohli and…

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first_imgAdvertisement kuNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs73swjWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ece9x( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) qwjk2zWould you ever consider trying this?😱5uCan your students do this? 🌚h05dRoller skating! Powered by Firework Three years ago, South African batsman Temba Bavuma was so awestruck watching Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane bat against a solid New Zealand team, that he couldn’t help but tweet about their ‘masterclass’ innings. But what he didn’t know, was that the duo and the tweet would come back to haunt him 3 years later during the ongoing Pune Test.Advertisement During the 3rd Test against the Kiwis, on October 2016, Kohli and Rahane put up a massive 365-run partnership for the 4th wicket which helped India declare at the score of 557 in the 1st innings. Kohli scored 211 and Rahane just fell short of a double hundred at 188. And Bavuma who enjoyed every moment of their innings, tweeted saying: ‘Kohli & Rahane, could watch these guys bat all day #masterclass #indvsnz’.Advertisement Unfortunately for him, that old tweet caught everyone’s eye three years later as the Indian skipper and his deputy, with a partnership of 178, piled on the runs on Day 2 of the ongoing second Test in Pune. Virat Kohli scored a sublime double hundred helping the hosts sail towards a commanding first-innings total on Friday. And Rahane, who was dismissed after scoring an important 59, went through the first session unscathed.India declared their innings on 601/5 and Kohli, playing his 50th test as the Indian skipper, remained unbeaten at 254. His magnificent innings was supported from the other end by Ravindra Jadeja (91) whose crucial cameo came handy after the hosts lost Rahane just after Lunch.South Africa meanwhile, have been unable to find an answer for India’s pace attack and lost 3 important wickets (including that of Bavuma’s) at the end of the days play.Poor old Bavuma, his wish has been finally granted. Literally!  Advertisementlast_img read more

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Clarice Patrimonio wins silver in tennis

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first_imgPolice seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasay OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Anna Clarice Patrimonio of the Philippines competes against Luksika Kumkhum of Thailand in the finals of women’s singles event of the 29th Southeast Asian Games lawn tennis competition Saturday at the National Tennis Center in Kuala Lumpur. Kumkhum prevailed, 6-0, 6-1, to pocket the gold medal. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO/SEA GAMES POOLKUALA LUMPUR — Clarice Patrimonio had to settle for silver after running into a solid-steel Luksika Khumkhum of Thailand, 6-0, 6-1, Saturday in the 29th Southeast Asian Games tennis women’s singles competition.The rain-marred finals at Jalan Duta Tennis Complex was a lopsided affair as the FIlipina could not find a way to get through the Thai, who once was ranked 85th in the world and has an Asian Games doubles gold under her belt (2014 Incheon).ADVERTISEMENT Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datu Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball05:21Drama in karate: Tsukii ‘very sad’ over coach’s bullying, cold shoulder03:24PH’s James Palicte boxing light welterweight final (HIGHLIGHTS) Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees What’s in store for your animal sign this year Tennis, thus, failed to win a gold in the competition and will go home with two silvers and two bronzes.The other silver came from Francis Casey Alcantara and Ruben Gonzales in the men’s doubles last Friday.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’Katharina Lehnert and Denise Dy also wound up third place in women’s doubles.Dy and Gonzales settled for bronze in mixed doubles which the country ruled two years ago in Singapore through Dy and Treat Huey.center_img LATEST STORIES MOST READ View comments National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Mayweather, McGregor ready to rumble in much-hyped fight Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dieslast_img read more

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Refunds for Dynamic Airways passengers to commence in May

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first_imgThe Public Infrastructure Ministry , which has taken on the responsibility to compensate some 600 Dynamic Airways passengers who were forced to use alternative air transport last year, on Sunday published a list of the names of persons who are expected to be reimbursed, beginning on May 2.According to the published notice, “refunds will be issued Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00h to 15:00h and Fridays from 09:00h to 14:00h at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s Accounts Department, Fort Street, Kingston”.The inconvenienced passengers are being asked to have in person their national identification card or passport along with proof of ticket purchase, whereby persons making claims on behalf of others are required to walk with an authorisation letter, with two signed witnesses, of the passenger whose name appears on the list, as well as his or her identification card or passport.Important to note is that the Ministry has made a call for passengers of the airline to make their claims on the date their name has been assigned. The notice read, “Furthermore, to allow for smooth processing, the following passengers are asked to appear on the identified dates. Please note that if you do not appear on your identified date, there will be a fall-back period from May 14, 2018 to May 25, 2018.”More than $40 million will be repaid to the 600 passengers during the scheduled eight days.Just last week, Guyana Times was told by the Head of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Captain Egbert Field that the organisation was in talks with the airline to iron out arrangements about how the passengers would be compensated.When questioned about who would reimburse the monies that were owed to the Guyanese passengers since 2017, Field stated that the company would have to take on that responsibility.Dynamic Airways abruptly ended its service in Guyana in October of 2017 owing to bankruptcy, leaving local travel agents in hot water, with them having to relate to passengers that their flights were cancelled and their monies were lost.The onus of reimbursing passengers then fell on the Government and the decision was made to utilise the company’s US$200,000 (G$40 million) bond to repay all the passengers. However, the bond proved to be inadequate to repay the passengers.The company moved out of its bankruptcy status in March of this year, stating that it would be providing charter flights until it has reconstructed its finances. At that point, it will begin to provide services to its previous markets. The company has changed its legal name to Eastern Airlines. Additionally, the airline is hoping to expand its fleet of planes from five to ten.Meanwhile, it has been disclosed that the embattled airline has intentions of returning to the Guyanese market. In response to this, Field noted that the company would have to come with all the necessary documentation intact. “I have not seen any application from them, neither have they approached the Authority directly.”last_img read more

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UCLA could be healthy for ASU

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first_imgThe injury occurred in last Wednesday’s win against USC. Collison had difficulty lifting his left shoulder to help his shot, and did not use his left arm when trying to warm up in hopes of playing at WVU. “If I feel well after practice (Tuesday), I should be fine Thursday,” Collison said. “It felt pretty fine shooting. I can’t really extend my left arm all the way, but for the most part (the coaches) said I shot the ball pretty well. Howland said Collison, who is second on the fifth-ranked Bruins in scoring at 13 points per game, would be held out of contact during Tuesday’s practice. “I’m cautiously optimistic by Thursday game-time he’ll be able to start for us,” Howland said. “Right now, it’s a game- time thing.” Getting Collison back is paramount to the Bruins getting a high seed in next month’s NCAA Tournament. UCLA (21-3, 10-2 Pac-10) remains the favorite for a No. 1 seed in West, but will be tested by playing four of its last six regular-season games on the road. Also, center Lorenzo Mata said his ailing left hip, which caused him to miss the second half at WVU, is improved and will not keep him out against Arizona State. “I’m sure I’ll be playing,” Mata said. “But that’s not my decision. That’s on the big boss (Howland) over there. I feel good.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img LOS ANGELES – UCLA point guard Darren Collison said he did not test his ability to drive to the basket and finish with his left hand, but he and coach Ben Howland were optimistic the sophomore would play Thursday at Arizona State. Collison missed Saturday’s loss at West Virginia with a sprain of the AC joint in his non-shooting left shoulder, but did take nearly 200 shots during a Tuesday morning workout. last_img read more

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GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS – LADIES IN FIRST HOME TRIUMPH IN 10 YEARS!

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first_imgGAA Bingo- Every Thursday Evening In St Marys Hall Clonmany at 9.00pm Everyone Welcome.Match & Win for 04/04/2013 No’s Drawn 7,14,21,23 No Jackpot Winner, Next Weeks Jackpot Is €1,380.00, €15 Consolation Winners Were David Jackson Coleraine, Amanda Friel Annagh, Kathleen Comiskey Urrismana, Neil grant Gortfad, Rory Sweeney Ballyliffen.FOUNDATION COURSE: Coming soon if you are interested contact Adrian 0879810304 for further information. UNDERAGE FIXTURES: – Northern Board U14’s N.Padraig Lifford v Urris 7pm Monday 8th April. Inishowen League- U16’s Burt v Urris 6.30pm Tuesday 9th April.Under 13.5 Urris v Malin 11.30am Saturday 13th April.RESULTS: Under 16’s first game of the season resulted in a 2 point defeat, Urris were leading well at half time it was a game of two half’s and in the second half lack of scoring from Urris allowed Carn back into the game to win. Urris 3-8 Carn 2-13.URRIS LADIES TEAM: Fantastic result for their first game of the season at home to Killybegs, Urris rocked home with a scoreline of 6-11 to 1-5 well done to all the team Urris ‘s first Ladies home win for 10 years !!SENIOR RESULTS: Urris 4-20 Pettigo 0-8. SENIORS: Away to Milford Saturday 13th April Time TBC.Club Merchandise – Club Merchandise to buy all year round hats, gear bags, hoodies and jackets something for everyone Contact Donal Kelly 0876461707.Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie.Any items for the notes please send to lckn3@eircom.net or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening. GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS – LADIES IN FIRST HOME TRIUMPH IN 10 YEARS! was last modified: April 7th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS – LADIES IN FIRST HOME TRIUMPH IN 10 YEARS!last_img read more

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ATHLETICS NEWS: GARY MURRAY PRODUCES STUNNING RUN TO WIN BUNCRANA 5K

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first_imgSt Joseph’s Creggan teacher, Gary Murray stormed to a cracking 14m 35s victory at Wednesday night’s eleventh staging of the prestigious Sean Furey Insurances Buncrana 5K. Murray, just missed fellow Donegal man Ciaran Doherty’s Irish male course record by a single second, as over 200 runners enjoyed the good conditions and the fast course by the Lough Swilly shore.Murray and runner up Declan Reed were well clear by the first kilometre and a sustained charge by the St Malachys man saw him get so close to Doherty’s 2013 record of 14m 34s. Behind him the Derry Spartan belied his M40 status with another fine effort, clocking 14m 47s, one second quicker than last year when he also finished runner up.Completing the podium places was Finn Valley’s Barry Harron in 15m 16s, just a few strides and one second ahead the top M45 Pauric McKinney’s excellent 15m 17s.The Derry men Noel Logan of the Spartans and Foyle Valley’s Chris McGuinness filled out the top six with 15m 20s, a PB, and 15m 32s respectively.In an equally exciting Women’s race Teresa McGloin of Finn Valley significantly improved her best time on the course with a swift 16m 17s and was chased home in 16m 35s by Lifford’s Natasha Adams. The winning time was some ten seconds down on Maria McCambridge’s 16m 07s 2010 women’s course record.This pair were always clear of the opposition which was led home in third spot by the always impressive Sarah Lindsay of Foyle Valley, with a strong 18m 54s effort.The next three finishers were almost together in the downhill dash to the line with just over a second separating them.Fourth spot was secured by Maeve Maher McWilliams of the NW Tri Club in 19m 18s while it took the electronic chip timing to separate Inishowen’s Theresa Doherty and the F55 winner Ruth Magill of Lagan Valley on 19m 19s.The four to score team races were also well contested with the male Spartans retaining their title from Letterkenny and Foyle Valley, Declan Reed and Noel logan being well supported by Greg Roberts, 15m 41s and Connor Dohertywith a 15m 42s PB. Irene McFadden, Nakita Burke, Naoise Enright and Jane McGinley combined well to give Letterkenny the Women’s team title with the Spartans and Foyle Valley completing the top three.AGE GROUP WINNERSApart from the age group winners already mentioned the male Spartans had James Brown impress as M40 winner on 15m 52s and Michael Melarkey’s 17m 01s gave him the M U20 victory.Letterkenny had the top M35 Ivan Toner on 15m 50s and top M60, Brian McBride, 21m 23s. Michael McKnight ran 17m 40s for the M50 award, Joe McCarthy, back in City of Derry colours was the top M55 with 18m 32s and Desmond Brownlie of Lagan Valley was the top M65 on 28m 47s. Sisters Jackie McGinley and Paula McGilloway were the leading F45 and F50 finishers, posting 19m 26s and 21m 41s respectively. Theresa Doherty’s fine 5th overall gave her the F35 prize; Eimer Gallen of Finn Valley was the leadinf F40 with 21m 06s and Emma Mcgilloway ran 20m 43s to claim the f U20 crown.Gerry Lynch_________________________________________________Sean Furey InsurancesBuncrana 5k – 28th May 2014Place BIB Name Club Category Time1 6 Gary Murray St Malachys MO 14:35.262 7 Declan Reed City of Derry Spartans M40 14:47.943 9 Barry Harron Finn Valley M35 15:16.804 5 Pauric Kinney Inishowen AC M45 15:17.575 167 Noel Lagan City of Derry Spartans MO 15:20.156 10 Chris McGuinness Foyle valley MO 15:32.427 4 Greg Roberts City of Derry Spartans MO 15:41.248 122 Conor Doherty City of Derry Spartans MO 15:42.189 11 Ivan Toner Letterkenny AC M35 15:50.7310 88 James Brown City of Derry Spartans M40 15:52.4911 205 Pauric Breslin Letterkenny AC MO 16:02.7412 151 Paul McGlinchey Letterkenny AC M35 16:08.0213 112 Pius McIntyre Foyle valley MO 16:16.0814 3 Theresa McGloin Finn Valley F35 16:17.7015 15 Paul McCafferty City of Derry Spartans M45 16:23.3016 123 Ciaran McGonagle Rosses AC M35 16:24.8317 107 Shane McNulty Finn Valley M35 16:30.9018 8 Natasha Adams Lifford AC F35 16:35.0219 89 Michael Murphy City of Derry Spartans M35 16:38.5620 14 Matt McLaughlin Foyle valley MO 16:46.0321 153 Barry Meehan Letterkenny AC MO 16:49.1922 39 Eddie Quigley City of Derry Spartans MO 16:55.2823 30 Michael Melarkey City of Derry Spartans MJ 17:01.0324 43 Malcolm McGee Inishowen AC M35 17:02.4025 134 Conor Moore Omagh Harriers MO 17:06.5126 50 John Sweeney Cranford AC MO 17:06.9627 81 Jim Harkin Inishowen AC M35 17:11.2428 56 Noel Diver Rosses AC MO 17:12.9129 186 Raymond Birch Letterkenny AC M35 17:14.0930 133 Oisin Donnelly Omagh Harriers MJ 17:14.5431 183 Roy McGilloway U/A MJ 17:17.8332 118 Brian McKee U/A M45 17:18.6933 45 Cathal Logue City of Derry Spartans MO 17:23.4834 51 Paul Kelly Lifford AC MO 17:24.3835 137 Enda McBride LAC MJ 17:28.8736 171 Patrick Mahon City of Derry Spartans MO 17:31.3937 201 Brian McCrea Finn Valley M35 17:34.3938 206 Phillip Callaghan Inishowen AC M40 17:40.1339 119 Michael McKnight U/A M50 17:40.2040 25 David Porter Inishowen AC MO 17:43.3541 85 Niall Barry Letterkenny AC M35 17:44.2242 127 Odhran McKane City of Derry Spartans MJ 17:45.2843 162 Ciaran O’Donnell Letterkenny AC M45 17:51.2744 60 Liam Murray U/A M35 17:54.7845 52 Pat Gallagher Inishowen AC M40 17:56.5346 114 Darren Price LAC M35 17:56.7747 96 Shaun Mor Inishowen AC M35 17:58.3848 62 Shaun Boyce U/A MJ 17:58.4849 110 Gavin Cranford 24/7 Triathlon club M35 18:02.1850 111 Paul Dillon 24/7 Triathlon club MO 18:02.4751 24 Mark Hunter 24/7 Triathlon MO 18:02.6052 32 Zachary McGowan Derry City TC MJ 18:07.8853 179 Micheal Mullin Omagh Harriers MJ 18:10.8054 182 Mark Unton Foyle valley M35 18:22.7055 181 Rory Grant U/A MO 18:24.4156 31 Peter Melarkey City of Derry Spartans MJ 18:29.1957 75 Stewart Magee Letterkenny AC MO 18:30.1058 98 Stefan McCrossan U/A MJ 18:31.4459 23 Joseph McCarthy City of Derry Spartans M55 18:32.6760 185 Alvoro San Miguel NWTC MO 18:35.1161 203 Adrian Kelly NWTC MO 18:39.5762 191 Charlie Page Letterkenny AC M40 18:40.6063 208 Mark Devir U/A MO 18:48.8364 68 Michael Devenney Irvinestown RC M45 18:49.7265 74 Sarah Lindsay Foyle valley FO 18:54.7966 117 Rooney Cambell Foyle valley M40 18:56.6867 124 Paul McGettigan Milford AC MO 18:56.8468 103 Benny McDaid U/A MO 18:58.0969 104 Christopher Crampsey City of Derry Spartans MJ 19:04.8570 53 Michael Collins Inishowen AC M45 19:06.6171 94 Vinny Hegarty Inishowen AC M35 19:08.8372 95 Seamus Doherty Inishowen AC M35 19:08.9873 29 Kevin McMenamin Lifford AC M35 19:10.0174 42 Sean Conway City of Derry Spartans MO 19:10.4375 173 Eugene McGettigan Letterkenny AC M35 19:14.8576 157 Tim Flanagan Milford AC M45 19:14.9977 218 Rory McLaughlin NWTC M45 19:15.0678 152 Shaun McMenamin Inishowen AC M50 19:17.6279 142 Maeve Maher NWTC FO 19:18.6380 145 Emmett Derry U/A MO 19:19.6181 168 Theresa Doherty Inishowen AC F35 19:19.7882 100 Ruth Magill Lagan Valley F55 19:19.8383 109 John Cassidy U/A MO 19:21.6084 214 Dean Toland U/A MO 19:24.6785 180 Jacob Corry Omagh Harriers MJ 19:25.8586 46 Jackie McGinley City of Derry Spartans F45 19:26.2387 188 Colly O’Donnell LAC M40 19:27.0888 17 Anthony McDaid U/A M35 19:27.2189 202 Alan McCrea U/A MO 19:40.9090 28 Mark Nolan Inishowen AC M35 19:47.0891 220 David McFadden U/A MO 19:48.0192 154 Declan McGill Foyle valley M35 19:48.3493 121 Niall Crossan U/A MO 19:48.5694 116 John Cannon Tir Chonall AC M55 19:49.0895 21 Mark McClintock Foyle valley M35 19:50.6396 141 Tony Gallagher Finn Valley M45 19:53.4197 113 Sara Marie Doherty Inishowen AC FO 19:53.9198 26 Liam McHugh Finn Valley M50 19:54.4799 166 Irene McFadden Letterkenny AC F35 19:55.28100 207 Olly Duffy U/A M35 20:04.09101 165 Nakita Burke Letterkenny AC FO 20:06.29102 131 Gary Gumbleton Foyle valley MO 20:09.47103 132 Adrian Donnelly Omagh Harriers M40 20:11.01104 126 Trevor Doherty U/A MO 20:12.60105 63 Karen O’Donnell Olympian FO 20:13.13106 224 Naoise Enright Letterkenny AC F35 20:14.56107 223 Paul Lee U/A M45 20:25.10108 184 Kealan McDermott U/A MJ 20:28.67109 18 Mark McFadden U/A M40 20:30.89110 108 Pawel Dudek U/A M40 20:31.42111 20 Sarah Kivelehan City of Derry Spartans FO 20:32.40112 59 Jane McGinley Letterkenny AC F35 20:33.75113 147 Kevin Greenan U/A M55 20:39.13114 156 Seamus Ferry Milford AC M45 20:42.59115 140 Emma McGilloway U/A FJ 20:43.84116 128 Oisin Doherty U/A MJ 20:48.74117 99 Darrly McGee Inishowen AC MO 20:52.26118 174 Charlene McGinty Foyle valley FO 20:55.36119 64 CJ Bermingham Inishowen AC M40 20:55.51120 209 Gerard McConnell U/A M35 20:55.72121 164 Serena McDaid Letterkenny AC F35 20:56.96122 37 Liam Maguire Lifford AC M40 20:58.88123 70 Leoni Mullan Lifford AC FO 20:58.93124 97 Gabriel McCrossan Letterkenny AC M50 21:01.65125 69 Eimear Gallen Finn Valley F40 21:06.24126 216 Richard Clarke U/A MO 21:07.39127 170 Gemma McGinty Foyle valley FO 21:10.62128 199 Michael Logue U/A M40 21:20.12129 136 Brian McBride LAC M60 21:23.32130 189 Ollie Harvey U/A MO 21:23.54131 115 Shauna McGeehan Letterkenny AC FO 21:24.98132 72 Emmett Kennedy Foyle valley MO 21:36.35133 73 Ruairi O’Neill U/A MO 21:36.87134 150 Peter McKinney Inishowen AC M55 21:39.46135 47 Paula McGilloway City of Derry Spartans F50 21:41.97136 159 Jamie Friel Inish Fitness M35 21:47.49137 101 Jacqui Maxwell Orangegrove AC F50 21:48.38138 149 Claire Connor City of Derry Spartans F45 21:49.80139 57 William Friel U/A M40 21:51.03140 135 Paddy Tourish Lifford AC M50 21:57.29141 195 Cathal Crossan U/A MO 22:04.58142 139 Jeff McLaughlin NWTC M40 22:05.45143 169 Mairead Doherty U/A FO 22:06.30144 190 Camilla McGranaghan City of Derry Spartans F35 22:10.55145 22 Trish McClintock Foyle valley F35 22:13.31146 160 Andrew Coyle Inish Fitness M35 22:19.29147 40 Brigeen Canavan City of Derry Spartans F45 22:19.30148 148 Brendan Connor City of Derry Spartans M45 22:19.58149 35 Liam Lyons Tanya AC M40 22:22.65150 76 Benny McDermott U/A MO 22:25.83151 178 Liam Daly Lifford AC M50 22:31.52152 213 Darren Toland U/A MO 22:39.46153 196 Shaun O’Donnell Lifford AC M50 22:39.54154 82 Hugh Ferry U/A MO 22:41.64155 194 Mark Donaghey Lifford AC M40 22:42.98156 92 Denis Kelly U/A M45 22:48.19157 146 Pat Cunningham NWTC M50 22:51.75158 41 Catherine Moran Foyle valley F50 22:52.68159 212 Brendan Boyce Letterkenny AC MO 22:55.76160 36 Rachel Friel Lifford AC FO 23:08.91161 44 Gloria Donaghey Finn Valley F55 23:25.64162 200 Aidan Kelly U/A M35 23:25.93163 163 Eamonn Porter U/A MO 23:41.01164 66 Jackie McLaughlin Inish Fitness F40 23:46.70165 106 Clare Molloy U/A F35 23:46.89166 204 Brendan Duffy North Pole M55 23:55.51167 84 Darren Falconer U/A M35 24:06.90168 65 Mark Doherty Inishowen AC M40 24:14.79169 155 Leon Bradley U/A MO 24:18.51170 138 Tina Lynch U/A F35 24:28.56171 77 Kara Hegarty U/A FO 24:30.11172 105 Kate Meehan Foyle valley F50 24:34.25173 27 Caroline McGonigle Inishowen AC F35 24:34.87174 67 Anthony McLaughlin Inish Fitness M40 24:40.09175 102 Finnuala McCourt Lagan Valley F55 24:44.78176 198 Mary Doherty U/A F35 24:58.70177 130 Johnathan Doherty Burnfoot M35 25:01.31178 19 Oonagh Murphy U/A F35 25:19.89179 172 Anna O’Donnell Inish Fitness F40 25:43.58180 193 James Wallace U/A MJ 25:48.87181 93 Veronica Long U/A FO 25:49.81182 144 Rosemary Graham Inish Fitness F35 26:15.25183 197 Geraldine O’Donnell U/A F35 26:28.63184 215 Conor Gallagher BOLT MO 26:35.14185 1 Colm Furey U/A M35 26:45.70186 161 Fiona Temple U/A F35 26:49.82187 120 Mary Claire Van Zundert U/A F35 26:52.42188 58 Emma McLaughlin U/A F35 26:54.45189 217 Mairead McIntyre U/A FO 27:07.65190 192 Sandra Wallace U/A FO 27:24.23191 225 Aine Gallagher U/A FO 28:18.14192 125 Paddy Gaffey U/A MO 28:22.15193 55 David Eccles U/A MO 28:23.25194 54 Debbie Collins Inishowen AC FJ 28:23.44195 86 Kilgar Porter Jr U/A MO 28:30.46196 87 Kilgar Porter U/A M55 28:30.73197 210 Desmond Brownlie Lagan Valley M65 28:54.57198 78 Chrystelle Strain U/A FO 31:27.21199 91 Claire Doherty U/A FO 33:54.90200 90 Linda McIntyre U/A FO 33:54.99201 219 Louise McIvor U/A F40 36:22.74202 129 Patricia Doherty Burnfoot F35 38:11:23203 79 Donna Moore U/A F40 38:12.0204 80 Catriona Devlin U/A FO 38:12.0ATHLETICS NEWS: GARY MURRAY PRODUCES STUNNING RUN TO WIN BUNCRANA 5K was last modified: May 29th, 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 (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:5kbuncranaGary MurrayNoticesSportlast_img read more

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FEARS FOR 24 JOBS AFTER WELL-KNOWN SERVICE STATION SOLD

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first_imgA businessman has said he fears for the future of his 24 employees after his company lost out on buying a well-known Letterkenny Service Station.Well-known Raphoe man Robert Spence has been operating the Mace Dry Arch Service station for the past five and a half years.He has spent thousands of euro renovating and upkeeping the business after it went into receivership. However Mr Spence and his staff and now been told they will have to vacate the premises on July 17th after the business was sold to another buyer.The Donegal businessman said he now fears for the jobs of his staff – some of whom have been with him for many years.Solicitors for the receiver Martin Ferris have written to Mr Spence telling him that the purchase of the property is “strictly on the basis of vacant possession.”This means that the premises will have to be vacated for a certain period of time before the new owners take over. Mr Spence said he fears that all his workers will lose their entitlements and may have to apply for their old jobs.“I know my time has come and despite working hard to make this business a success for the last five years, I have been told I have to get out.“I have to accept that as much as I do not like it. It’s business.“But what I want to do is to ensure that the staff who have been loyal to me are looked after.“These are people with mortgages and families. I genuinely fear for them and I think I have every reason to be fearful,” he said. Mr Spence added that he does not have the heart to restock shelves and carry out necessary repairs knowing that he has until July 17th to get out of the premises.He said he does not know who the new buyer is despite rumours that a large multi-national company are behind the bid.“I genuinely thought I had outbid all other potential buyers. I have not worked on building up this business for the past five years for fun.“But the bottom line is that the staff have to be looked after now. That’s all I want,” he said. FEARS FOR 24 JOBS AFTER WELL-KNOWN SERVICE STATION SOLD was last modified: May 30th, 2012 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:Mace Dry Arch Service stationRECEIVERlast_img read more

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Charity box theft won’t dim the Whoriskey’s Christmas spirit

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first_imgKerrykeel couple Mary and Michael Whoriskey have vowed not to let this week’s burglary dim their Christmas spirit.Each year, the kind-hearted couple sets up an amazing Christmas lights display outside their home at Gortcally. The event has raised thousands for local charities in the past 15 years and large crowds came out for the big switch-on on Friday night last.But the Whoriskeys were shocked yesterday to find that the charity donation box was stolen from their entrance gate. As garda investigations get underway, Mary tells Donegal Daily that the burglary was a disheartening blow to their joyous fundraiser.“I just couldn’t believe it. We are coming on 16 years and nobody has ever laid a finger on anything,” Mary said.The sad discovery was made shortly before 11pm last night, when Mary when to take the donation box inside for the night. Proceeds from this year’s display will be donated to Donegal Hospice and the local Mevagh Voluntary Fire Service.“I went down to say a prayer at the crib, like I always do, and to unlock the box and take it inside. But it was gone.” Mary Whoriskey“I was upset at first,” Mary said, but she soon came to look on the positive side of the incident and hopes that no substantial donations were made during the day.She said: “I thought to myself ‘you hate for this to happen’ but Monday is a quiet day for us. I looked back on my records from the same Monday last year and we didn’t take in much. So, for it to happen, it was the best night.”Having trusted people to visit their home at Christmas for the past 16 years, Mary said she won’t let the burglary stop their charitable efforts.“It’s a lesson learned. Michael will be in the workshop soon making a lock so good they’ll need cutters to take it away. “I know in my heart and soul this was nobody from the locality. We have people travelling from all over to visit and we love to see people coming.” Whoriskeys Christmas Lights Display 2019Before the new box is made, anyone visiting in the next few days is invited to make a donation directly to Mary.“I’ll be at home in the kitchen, all donations will be very welcome,” she said.Meanwhile, Gardaí have launched a public appeal for information relating to the burglary. The theft occurred sometime between 3.30pm and 10.30pm at the Whoriskey’s house at Gortcally, outside Kerrykeel, on Monday 25th November.The donation box is described as a handpainted box with white lettering.  Anyone with any information is being urged to contact Milford Garda Station on (074) 915 3060Charity box theft won’t dim the Whoriskey’s Christmas spirit was last modified: November 28th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)last_img read more

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Zamora could start against United

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first_imgQPR are hoping Bobby Zamora will play at least an hour of today’s game against Manchester United.The striker has featured in recent matches but is still being troubled by a hip problem that will probably require another operation at the end of the season.Zamora has been restricted to substitute appearances but will start against the Premier League leaders if at all possible.His condition will be assessed ahead of the match, and manager Harry Redknapp said: “We’ll see. It’s up to the physios to try to push him on to longer if we can.“We’ll see how we go with him. The longer we can get out of him the better. We’re hoping we can get more than just half a game.“The aim is to keep him going for the last 12 games of the season if we can, because he’s that important to us.”See also:Redknapp’s warning over Zamora fitnessZamora still being troubled by hip 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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Abattoir ban stumps cricket units

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first_imgThe crackdown against ‘illegal’ slaughter houses in Uttar Pradesh has stumped the sports and leather industries.Not only has it hit the meat export industry and the 10 lakh people it employs, but it has also triggered waves of panic among Meerut’s cricket ball manufacturing units, Kanpur’s tanneries, the 11,000-odd shoe manufacturing units in Unnao and Hapur that operate from private residences, and the big leather export units in Agra. In Meerut, which is one of the major manufacturing hubs for sports goods in India, manufacturers say that with buffalo hide not readily available the cost of cricket balls has shot up by ₹30 to ₹40 per ball.Manufacturers worriedAnil Sachdeva, a businessman who deals in all kinds of all sports goods, said he had braced for an impact but did not expect it to be so swift. “Buffalo hide, which goes into making cricket balls, is not available because of the crackdown on slaughterhouses. Whatever little is available is priced at rates higher than usual,” said Mr. Sachdeva.“A cricket ball priced at ₹130 is being sold for ₹160. It will be a difficult time for our business if the ban continues,” he added.Anoop Singh, a contractor who supplies cricket balls to shops in Meerut’s Surajkund sports market, seconded Mr. Sachdeva. “Shortage of buffalo hide has left people like us, who manufacture cricket balls, worried. We are making do with the old stock for now, but the shortage of raw material has led to prices shooting up,” said Mr. Singh.The worst, however, is yet to come, he said. “If the slaughterhouses do not start functioning soon and the atmosphere of fear is not dispelled, then we may not be able to manufacture cricket balls at all,” he said.But all is not rosy for the few slaughterhouses that were not sealed. With cattle dealers fearing attacks from vigilantes, even legal slaughterhouses are not able to function. The non-availability of buffalo hide in the State has left the leather industry, which provides employment to nearly 25 lakh people, worried as well. Upendra Singh, president of the Agra Shoe Manufacturer Association (ASMA), argued that U.P. was the biggest provider of buffalo hide in India, which is the backbone for the leather industry. Continued non-availability of buffalo hide is expected to hit the country’s leather export business, which was valued at ₹38,396 crores in 2015-16.‘Exports to be hit’“Prices of leather goods have gone up by 15% to 50%. Raw material will become more expensive if the slaughterhouse ban continues. This, in turn, will hit the domestic market that provides shoes at reasonable rates and also affect India’s position in the international leather export market that is very competitive,” said Mr. Singh.Bharat Singh, president of the Shoe Karigar Sangh in Agra, told The Hindu over the phone that shoes would become dearer if the ban continued. “As of now, cow and buffalo hide is not easily available. Consequently, shoes are being manufactured at increased input costs,” said Mr. Singh.last_img read more

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