Happy return! – JAAA, JOA pleased with Rio medal haul

first_img “I think Jamaica has everything to be proud of. We did fairly well. We came 16th overall on the Olympic medal table, which is taking all sports into account, and that all the medals came from a single sport. This is really a tremendous achievement,” Blake continued, in an interview with The Gleaner. With regard to track and field (athletics), Jamaica placed third overall, a feat which the JAAA boss calls “a remarkable achievement for a country so small”. Prior to the Olympics, the JAAA came in for some criticism regarding medical exemptions to athletes like triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt in the 100 and 200m at the national trials, double sprint Olympic champion Elaine Thompson in the 200m, and Janieve Russell in the 400m hurdles, but Blake says his organisation feels vindicated. “Jamaica is a small country and we cannot behave like the United States of America, where it’s first three past the post on the day,” he stressed. “We saw the need to put in place a situation that would allow for such a medical exemption, and the results have vindicated us,” he outlined, while crediting the coaching staff, technical team, medical teams, masseurs, who “all pulled together to make this one of our most successful Olympics ever”. In the meantime, Fennell says Jamaica had their disappointments like any other country, but noted that the overall medal haul was “excellent”. “Very satisfactory. We had our disappointments like every team. We are not the only one with disappointments. The US probably had more disappointments than anybody else, but we had our own disappointments. But overall, it was excellent,” the veteran administrator noted. He believes Jamaica gave the Rio Games a big boost. “Yes, it did, as did other teams too, because remember, we were big in one sport, but there were 27 other sports. Swimming was pretty big and many of the other sports, but of course, athletics is our flagship,” Fennell added. Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) President Dr Warren Blake, while admitting local “medal hopefuls might have wanted more Olympic medals” from the 73-member team, feels Jamaica “did fairly well” in placing 16th overall on the Olympic medal table. Blake, along with Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) President Michael Fennell and other administrators, team personnel and athletes, arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston yesterday from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Jamaica racked up 11 medals, equalling their highest haul – inclusive of six gold, three silver and two bronze in athletics competition. “It’s quite good; the hopefuls among us were hoping for a few more medals, but there are many nations who went away empt-handed,” said Blake yesterday. MUCH TO BE PROUD OFlast_img read more

Ellen Annuls UL Tuition Hike

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has promised the over 25,000 students at the University of Liberia (UL) of her government’s commitment to keeping the tuition at L$175 per credit hour.She assured the students that “not even a dime will be added on the fees per course as is being reportedly proposed by the authorities of the state run university.”The President made the commitment to the students when she paid a brief visit to the main campus of the nation’s premier institution on Capitol Hill in Monrovia on Friday.“I have never been told or informed about any increment at the university by its authorities,” the Visitor to the UL told the students to a round of applause.The president’s statement comes against the backdrop of several threats that continue to come from UL students that they will resist any increment in fees.The UL authorities have planned to increase the tuition from L$175 to US$5 per credit hour; a move that enraged the student body, many of whom are underprivileged and self-supported.President Sirleaf, who upon arrival at the campus, met with vice president for UL relations, Norris Tweh, told the students that if there should be any increment, it will be on a steady or incremental basis rather than the “astronomical jump” that the administration had intended to introduce.She then urged the students to shun violence, which frequently hampers learning activities at the university. UL has a history of violent student protests that have caused frequent interruptions in normal academic activities.She told the students that they should be aware that what is being paid at the UL is very small compared to other state run universities in the sub-region, and as such, they should take advantage of that to pay attention to their education rather than constantly demonstrating for little or no reason.The students, through the Chairman of the Student Unification Party (SUP) Nathan Kpao, earlier told President Sirleaf that they were not prepared to accept increment in tuition fees, and therefore begged the President to intervene in the situation and ensure that it does not happen.They also spoke of the dilapidated state of infrastructures at the university, especially the unpainted buildings, leaking classrooms and lack of laboratories for students, especially those in the department of sciences.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

$700M Kato Secondary School commissioned

first_imgThe Government has spent in excess of $700 million to facilitate construction works at the Kato Secondary School in Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni). This was revealed on Friday when the Education Ministry commissioned the building, which has been in construction for several years.The Ministry informed that the tender process for the project was completed since December 2012, and a contract in excess of $728 million for construction of the building was later signed.In addition, $55 million was spent to furnish the building, while $37 million was expended to facilitate installation of the photovoltaic system at the school.Some 295 students, 11 teachers and 30 support staff members will now benefit at the Grade B school, the compound of which features several buildings, including an administrative building; a student dormitory with dining facilities; a teachers’ quarters; the main teaching block; a library; science and information technology labs; a smart classroom, as well as the Home Economics and Industrial Arts departments.The newly commissioned Kato Secondary SchoolIn attendance at the commissioning were Education Minister Nicolette Henry, Public Telecommunications Minister Catherine Hughes, and Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan.In delivering the feature address, Minister Henry said she was delighted that the school was finally finished and commissioned. She said that the completion of the structure can only improve the quality of life for that community, since quality education would now be provided in a modern space.She noted that the event is a testimony to the fact that the Ministry is serious about reducing the disparity that exists between the coastland and the hinterland.Meanwhile, Permanent Secretary of the Education Ministry, Adele Clarke, explained that the Ministry, in 2010, recognised the need for an additional secondary school in Sub-Region One, since there was overcrowding at the Paramakatoi Secondary School at the time. According to her, it was this that birthed the idea of having a new school in the North Pakaraimas area.She pointed out that initially there was a strong debate as to where the new school should be located, and Kato became the preferred option.Chief Education Officer (CEO) Marcel Hutson told the gathering that the occasion was a significant one, as a state-of-the-art school has been built in the hinterland community to serve the nation’s children.According to him, education is both a necessity and an investment which everyone should embrace with the seriousness that it deserves.Moreover, he noted that the era wherein education is acquired or delivered in crowded and stressful classrooms is becoming an issue of the past.He said the Ministry has taken a firm stand in ensuring that its policy on education as a top priority is fulfilled with the provision of proper infrastructure and sound curricular.last_img read more

Melamine added to pet food deliberately?

first_img“Melamine was found in all three of those – it would certainly lend credibility to the theory that it may be intentional. That will be one of the theories we will pursue when we get into the plants in China,” Stephen Sundlof, the FDA’s chief veterinarian, told reporters. Chinese authorities have told the FDA that the wheat gluten was an industrial product not meant for pet food, Sundlof said. Still, melamine can skew test results to make a product appear more protein-rich than it really is, he added. That raises the possibility the contamination was deliberate. “What we expect to do with our inspections in China will answer some of those questions,” said Michael Rogers, director of the division of field investigations within the FDA’s office of regulatory affairs. Wilbur-Ellis Co., the U.S. importer of the tainted rice protein, said Thursday that it was recalling all the ingredient it had distributed to five U.S. pet food manufacturers. The San Francisco company in turn urged its customers to recall any products that might be on store shelves. WASHINGTON – Imported ingredients used in recalled pet food may have been intentionally “spiked” with an industrial chemical to boost their apparent protein content, federal officials said Thursday. That’s one theory being pursued by the Food and Drug Administration as it investigates how the chemical, melamine, contaminated at least two ingredients used to make more than 100 brands of dog and cat foods. So far, melamine has been found in both wheat gluten and rice protein concentrate imported from China. Media reports from South Africa suggest that a third pet food ingredient, corn gluten, used in that country also was contaminated with melamine. That tainted ingredient has not been found in the United States, the FDA said. FDA investigators, meanwhile, are awaiting visas that would allow them to visit the Chinese plants where the vegetable protein ingredients were produced. So far, just two of those companies have done so: Natural Balance Pet Foods and Blue Buffalo Co. Natural Balance, of Pacoima, announced a limited recall Monday of its Venison and Brown Rice canned and bagged dog foods, Venison and Brown Rice dog treats and Venison and Green Pea dry cat food. Blue Buffalo, of Wilton, Conn., followed Thursday by recalling 5,044 bags of its Spa Select Kitten dry food. The company intercepted most of the kitten food before it reached distribution centers, company co-founder Billy Bishop said. FDA officials would not release the names of the other two manufacturers that Wilbur-Ellis supplied, citing its ongoing investigation. The FDA and Agriculture Department also were investigating whether some pet food made by one of the five companies supplied by Wilbur-Ellis was diverted for use as hog feed after it was found unsuitable for pet consumption. “We understand it did make it into some hog feed and we are following up on that as well,” Sundlof said. The FDA could not provide updated numbers of pet deaths or injuries due to the contaminated pet food. The agency has received more than 15,000 calls since the first recall was announced more than a month ago.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Economic downturn impacts local rental properties

first_imgHowever, she also believes they’re not the only reason, and she also notes is this not first time this area has experienced and survived the downside of boom and bust economics.She cautioned that in terms of specifics her comments apply only to her clients and tenants.Powell described herself ‘a glass half full kind of person,’ and asked for her thoughts on what lies ahead for the local economy, she said. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Among the local area consequences of the economic downturn has been a sharp rise in Fort St. John’s rental property vacancy rates.Lita Powell is one of the owners of the Li-Car Management Group, the property and strata management company formed in 1990.A long time Fort St. John resident, she has 43 years of experience behind her analysis and views of the current situation, and among other things, notes there are some in this area who have already been out of work for over a year.- Advertisement -Powell then focus on the rental property vacancy rate.So that led the discussion to the reasons for the high level of construction, which preceded the oversupply of rental units, and then eventually to our initial story motivation: tenant rental incentives.Lita believes however, there’s more to this part of the story than just the oil and gas industry woes, and she’s been in the area long enough to put a deja vu label on it.Advertisementlast_img read more

Not eating doesn’t mean not hungry

first_img“His parents subscribed to the `he will eat when he’s hungry’ theory and did not call the pediatrician until it was almost too late.” Examples of when to see a health-care professional: If the child has consistently refused most food for more than a week and exhibits such symptoms as lethargy or extreme paleness. Some tips from parents: Keep a food diary. If your child is not developing typical eating habits, talk to your pediatrician or family physician and a nutritionist. Seek early intervention services, such as speech therapy and occupational therapy. As needed, consult with a pediatric gastroenterologist, allergist and developmental pediatrician. Can you help? Q. “My granddaughter is in kindergarten and seems to get so frustrated easily. Her parents have noticed it for more than a year. They do not put pressure on her to perform; she puts the pressure on herself. For example, at a mini-golf game, the ball did not go where she wanted it to go, so she tossed the club down.” – A GRANDMOTHER IN MEMPHIS, TENN. Betsy Flagler, a journalist based in Davidson, N.C., teaches preschool and is the mother of a teenage son. If you have tips or questions, please e-mail us at p2ptips@att.net or call Parent to Parent at 704-236-9510.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“Our first granddaughter would not take a bottle and was a very picky eater,” the grandmother recalls. “The pediatrician said a child will not starve herself. But she only gained 1 pound in about six months.” Now 4, the girl has been diagnosed with a disorder on the wide spectrum of autism. “The specialist said that her not eating was a sensory issue. That accounted for her not liking a bottle as well,” the grandmother says. Another reader, who works for a pediatrician, says a strong-willed toddler, especially one being fed a vegetarian or vegan diet, can override hunger signals if not offered foods palatable to him or her. She e-mailed this response: “Usually I am in agreement with your advice, but not the column about the 17-month-old who wouldn’t eat well. Your advice to `relax, the toddler will eat when he’s hungry,’ is not always true, and the consequences for such children can be severe. “One of our patients, a toddler, recently spent a week in the hospital with severe anemia and malnutrition, caused by his refusal to eat starting about six weeks prior to his hospitalization. Q uestion: “Your recent column regarding the 17-month-old boy who wasn’t eating solids well raised concerns for me. My son had a difficult time transitioning to solid food because the textures bothered him. An occupational therapist is essential in determining whether this child is truly not hungry or he needs professional help.” – A MOTHER IN ATLANTA Answer: The mother from Atlanta is among parents who say their toddlers will not eat because they have sensory issues with food. Not just textures, but certain smells and colors are revolting to them. Feeding issues can be linked to other disorders. Research shows that children who have disorders related to autism often have difficulties eating different textures of food. Autism helped explain why a girl in Fuquay Varina, N.C., resisted food. last_img

Bike to Work Day offers transit options

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinals“I would have liked to see more people participating for health and other reasons, but it takes a lot of sacrifice and pre-planning to do this,” said Whittier Assistant City Manager Nancy Mendez. “Hopefully, we can continue to build on it and get more people to fit it into their schedule from time to time.” The four who biked to work in Whittier said it was a great experience and they would do it again. Included among the four was a community services supervisor who competes in “ironman” competitions and three working mothers. “I enjoyed being on my own, able to think and enjoy the birds and trees,” said Regina Zuniga, who cycled from her Hacienda Heights home to Whittier. “It also showed my three girls, who were impressed that mom was riding a bike to work, and that there are other means of transportation.” “I pay $70 a week for gas for my SUV, so I may consider doing this again at least a couple of days a week,” added Greg Alaniz, the ironman competitor, who pedaled from the Montebello YMCA to Whittier City Hall. The day was organized by the California Bicycle Coalition and regional groups to promote environmental conservation, alternative transportation and gas savings. WHITTIER – Whittier City officials tried to get employees to ride their bikes to work on Thursday’s Bike to Work Day, but not even high gas prices got very many out of their cars. Only four out of 100 employees who work at Whittier City Hall chose to ride their bikes to the office. In Santa Fe Springs, 13 city employees pedaled to work, said Steve Masura, redevelopment manager. The four bikers in Whittier were awarded certificates for coffee at a local coffee shop and, in Santa Fe Springs, they were presented T-shirts, free water bottles and certificates for snacks. It reportedly met with more success in other parts of Los Angeles County than in the Whittier area. An average of about 50 cyclists pulled over at each of the 14 MTA “pit stops” in cities including Los Angeles, Long Beach, Santa Monica and Arcadia, said Paula Carvajal, a project manager for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the promoter of the event in the county. Pledges on the MTA’s Web site, for riders to get free bicycle patch kits and win prizes, were also up from 2,000 in 2005 to 3,000 this year, she added. Additional incentives to cycle to work were free rides on several county bus lines including Norwalk Transit, Montebello Bus Lines, Metro Bus and Metro Rail. The number of cyclists who boarded buses for a free ride was not available on Thursday. In other parts of the state, the number of cyclists was up from last year, said K.C. Butler, executive director of the California Bicycle Coalition. Organizers said they are hoping for a big turnout today for San Diego’s Bike to Work Day. In the future, the coalition hopes to introduce more cycling events to get people interested in alternative forms of transportation, said Butler. “We hope to keep increasing cyclists every year, not just on Bike to Work Day but every day,” he said. debbie.pfeiffer@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgLotto Winning numbers 9,13,16,20,21.No Jackpot winner. New Jackpot-13,950.00. Next Draw in Dew Drop Inn on Mon 27th May 2013. Winners—Vera Mc Guinness,Melissa Gallagher,Tanya Mc Nulty,E.O’Leary. 2 Bad results last weekend in Ballyshannon when the Reserves and Seniors went down to Downings. Best of luck this weekend to David Walsh and Callum Gallagher who are lining out for Donegal Seniors and Minors next Sunday. Under 14s play their semi final n Saturday afternoon.  GAA: NAOMH BRID GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: May 21st, 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: NAOMH BRID GAA CLUB NEWSlast_img read more


first_imgMore than 280 runners and walkers took part in tonight’s Rathmullan 5K.Well-known Derry athlete Keith Shiels from Foyle Valley won the race in an excellent time of 15.16.Indeed it was a clean sweep for Foyle Valley with Shiels being joined by team-mate Adrian McGowan in second and Chris McGuinness in third. Well done to all who took part.The following is a list of all who took part and their finishing times.Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 15.16 190 Keith Shiels SM Foyle Valley A.C. 2 15.30 143 Adrian McGowan SM Foyle Valley A.C.3 15.36 113 Chris McGuinness SM Foyle Valley A.C.4 15.39 77 Ivan Toner M35+ Letterkenny A.C.5 15.56 121 Stephen Connor SM Foyle Valley A.C.6 16.12 124 Michael Black SM Individual 7 16.51 136 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C8 16.52 161 John Sweeney SM Cranford AC9 16.54 271 Brian Thursby Pelham M40+ Letterkenny A.C.10 16.56 185 Liam Doherty M35+ Cranford AC 11 16.58 246 John McCallion SM Individual12 16.59 138 Jack McBride JM Finn Valley A.C.13 17.00 98 Matt McLaughlin SM Foyle Valley A.C.14 17.01 169 Noel Diver SM Rosses AC15 17.13 181 Colm McNulty M40+ Finn Valley A.C.16 17.24 102 Lawrence Johnston M50+ North Belfast Harriers17 17.29 247 Kieran McBride SM Letterkenny A.C.18 17.31 123 Gearoid McGeehan SM Individual19 17.32 227 Sean McFadden M35+ Letterkenny A.C.20 17.34 173 Ciaran O’Donnell M45+ Letterkenny A.C.21 17.35 293 Barry Coyle SM Individual22 17.36 110 Stephen Mitchell JM Individual23 17.38 111 PJ Boyce M45+ Cranford AC24 17.39 108 Michael McKnight M50+ Individual25 17.40 87 Darren Price M35+ Letterkenny A.C.26 17.41 91 Padraig Friel M35+ Letterkenny A.C.27 17.42 78 Niall Barry M35+ Letterkenny A.C.28 17.47 68 Roy McGilloway JM Foyle Valley A.C.29 17.50 91 Padraig Friel M35+ Letterkenny A.C.30 17.50 104 Dessie Hegarty SM Foyle Valley A.C.31 17.53 159 Mark McPaul SM Finn Valley A.C.32 17.56 60 Dara McNulty M40+ Russells Couch to 5K33 18.06 72 Brian Ferry M35+ Letterkenny A.C.34 18.09 221 Brendan Irwin M35+ Finn Valley A.C.35 18.11 228 Aidan Kelly M35+ Individual36 18.20 115 Michael Gallagher JM Finn Valley A.C.37 18.22 183 Rooney Campbell M40+ Foyle Valley A.C.38 18.25 154 Ben George M35+ Letterkenny A.C.39 18.29 175 Geard Devine SM Individual40 18.30 120 Paul Cosgrove M45+ Letterkenny A.C.41 18.31 82 Martin Goodier M50+ Individual42 18.32 177 PJ Hagan SM Milford A C43 18.35 204 Johnny O’Doherty SM Individual44 18.38 71 Paul Russell M35+ Individual45 18.40 134 Ray McGrory M45+ Milford A C46 18.42 205 Raymond McGaghey M45+ Individual47 18.50 99 Gerry Cribben M50+ North Belfast Harriers48 18.51 149 Shaun Boyce SM Individual49 18.53 182 Pat Hegerty M50+ Finn Valley A.C.50 19.05 79 Luke Daly SM Individual51 19.08 144 Michael McGowan SM Foyle Valley A.C.52 19.09 112 Anthony McDaid M35+ Individual53 19.11 70 Chris Ryan M45+ Foyle Valley A.C.54 19.15 187 Anthony Doherty M40+ Inishowen AC55 19.16 189 Barry Mackey M50+ Individual56 19.17 285 Catherine Dooher SW Individual57 19.19 186 Emmet Deary SM Individual58 19.20 93 Martin Anderson M45+ Finn Valley A.C.59 19.25 67 Ruth MaGill W50+ Lagan Valley60 19.26 290 Terry McFadden M35+ Milford A C61 19.28 107 Brendan McBride M45+ Rosses AC62 19.39 171 Kieran Bovaird M45+ Individual63 19.40 56 Lee Smith SM Russells Couch to 5K64 19.41 211 Karol McGinley JM Individual65 19.43 76 Mark McFadden M40+ Individual66 19.44 116 Karen Gallagher JW Finn Valley A.C.67 19.47 127 Patrick Given SM Individual68 19.48 92 Alan Caterson M40+ Finn Valley A.C.69 19.55 235 Darragh Kelly SM Individual70 19.56 179 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny A.C.71 19.57 140 Darren Lynch JM Individual72 19.58 224 Kevin Loughrey SM Individual73 20.02 106 Frankie Bradley M35+ Foyle Valley A.C.74 20.03 267 Paul Lynch SM Individual75 20.04 83 Mark McClintoch M35+ Foyle Valley A.C.76 20.08 164 Gilian Marley JW Milford A C77 20.12 118 Sean O’Leary M50+ Finn Valley A.C.78 20.16 114 Jane McGinley SW Letterkenny A.C.79 20.17 203 Naoise Enright M40+ Letterkenny A.C.80 20.22 117 Manus Peoples M50+ Individual81 20.23 198 Kieran Doherty SM Individual82 20.26 283 Sharon Black W40+ Letterkenny A.C.83 20.28 196 Anthony Murray M60+ Individual84 20.29 131 Shaun McGeehan SW Letterkenny A.C.85 20.31 158 Kieran Murray M35+ Milford A C86 20.32 266 John Ward SM Milford A C87 20.33 156 Paul Lee M45+ Individual88 20.42 208 Adrian McClafferty M35+ Individual89 20.45 262 Paul Friel M45+ Milford A C90 20.46 162 Liam Marley M50+ Cranford AC91 20.47 105 Emma McGilloway JW Foyle Valley A.C.92 20.48 157 Kenneth Moore M45+ Milford A C93 20.49 225 Pat Brady M50+ Individual94 20.55 132 Colette McElwaine W35+ Milford A C95 20.56 201 Michael McNulty M40+ Individual96 20.57 14 Ciaran Doherty SM United Healthcare97 20.58 141 Brian McBride M60+ Letterkenny A.C.98 21.05 101 PJ Lyons M40+ Individual99 21.07 270 Donal McBride SM Inishowen AC100 21.08 263 Rory Reynolds SM Individual101 21.09 244 Richard Raymond M50+ Individual102 21.10 274 Serena McDaid W35+ Letterkenny A.C.103 21.11 126 Noel McCormack M40+ Individual104 21.13 58 Des McGinty M45+ Russells Couch to 5K105 21.15 155 Ciaran Liddy M35+ Letterkenny A.C.106 21.20 142 Paul McGuckin M40+ Milford A C107 21.23 44 Ryan Peoples JM Russells Couch to 5K108 21.25 137 Brendan Sheridan M45+ Individual109 21.26 96 Alister Hetherington M40+ Letterkenny A.C.110 21.27 119 Charlie O’Donnell SM Individual111 21.45 275 Lorraine McDaid SW Individual112 21.48 66 Roy Hunter M50+ Russells Couch to 5K113 21.52 3 John Hughes M50+ Individual114 21.58 81 Jacqui Maxwell W50+ Orange Grove AC115 21.59 100 Sam Faulkner SM Individual116 22.05 228 Aidan Kelly M35+ Individual117 22.07 257 Shaun O’Donnell M50+ Lifford AC118 22.10 150 Michael Harley SM Individual119 22.11 194 Catherine Moran W50+ Foyle Valley A.C.120 22.12 209 Ailish McClafferty W35+ Individual121 22.13 265 Tony McGleenan M40+ Individual122 22.14 242 Rosaleen Doherty W35+ Letterkenny A.C.123 22.15 53 Chris Porter SM Russells Couch to 5K124 22.17 212 Eugene McGinley M35+ Individual125 22.21 272 Ita McCambridge W50+ North Belfast Harriers126 22.22 97 Eimear Gormley SW Letterkenny A.C.127 22.29 168 Orla Moran W35+ Foyle Valley A.C.128 22.30 84 Trish McClintoch W35+ Foyle Valley A.C.129 22.33 284 Aodhan Dorrian JM Milford A C130 22.34 195 Jimmy McBride M60+ Individual131 22.39 135 Ciara Crossan JW Individual132 22.53 90 Tara Carron W35+ Individual133 22.56 128 Claire Molloy W35+ Individual134 22.57 178 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A.C.135 22.59 122 Kevin Doherty SM Individual136 23.00 256 Glen Curran Walk Individual137 23.13 125 Jack Easton JM Individual138 23.15 197 Maurice Kelly M35+ Individual139 23.17 259 Evelyn McGeehan W45+ Finn Valley A.C.140 23.18 89 James Doherty SM Milford A C141 23.22 289 Gloria Dunaghey W50+ Finn Valley A.C.142 23.29 11 Laird McKinley SM United Healthcare143 23.30 167 Marian Kerr W35+ Letterkenny A.C.144 23.31 207 Margaret Shiels W45+ Letterkenny A.C.145 23.32 152 Alison Studdard SW Individual146 23.33 180 Damien Doherty SM Individual147 23.34 85 Marion Boyle W45+ Foyle Valley A.C.148 23.35 287 Aine McElchar W35+ Finn Valley A.C.149 23.37 233 Nancy McNamee W50+ Finn Valley A.C.150 23.38 174 Damien Lynch SM Individual151 23.39 223 Caroline Shiels SW Individual152 23.52 249 Libby Morrison Mooney Walk Individual153 23.55 145 Darina Ferry W40+ Milford A C154 23.56 1 Graeme Thompson M40+ Individual155 23.59 86 Kate Meehan W50+ Foyle Valley A.C.156 24.01 277 Mark Gildea M35+ Individual157 24.07 229 Geard McFadden M35+ Individual158 24.11 160 Michael Hanley M45+ Milford A C159 24.12 243 Philip McGovern M40+ Individual160 24.13 286 Eileen Morning W40+ Individual161 24.14 210 John Crawford SM Individual162 24.14 148 Catriona Hull W35+ Individua163 24.16 253 Hugh O’Donnell M50+ Individual164 24.17 264 Martin Langan M40+ Convoy AC165 24.36 188 Joanne Bush W35+ North Belfast Harriers166 24.38 94 Paul Gallagher M40+ Individual167 24.43 226 Gary Price SM Individual168 24.51 199 Gary Easton SM Individual169 24.57 206 Eithne Cox W40+ Letterkenny A.C.170 25.04 282 Henry Gallagher M35+ Individual171 25.09 65 Martin Kelly M40+ Individual172 25.12 9 Bridgeen Doherty W35+ Individual173 25.20 57 Jack Smith Walk Russells Couch to 5K174 25.21 279 Marcella McGrenra SW Individual175 25.22 278 Martina McGrenra W35+ Individual176 25.28 245 Carmel Doherty W40+ Individual177 25.29 95 James McErlene M45+ Letterkenny A.C.178 25.30 151 Goretti Sheridan W40+ Letterkenny A.C.179 25.55 248 Alex Kerr Walk Individual180 26.02 2 Cathal Herron M50+ Individual181 26.05 12 Sinead Kinnear SW United Healthcare182 26.06 238 Helen Patton SW Individual183 26.11 10 Linda Harkin SW United Healthcare184 26.16 234 Norman Irwin M45+ Individual185 26.24 218 Eamonn Langan Walk Individual186 26.25 237 Eva Kelly SW Individual187 26.26 241 Maurice Kelly M35+ Individual188 26.31 55 Clive Vance M45+ Russells Couch to 5K189 26.32 147 Geard Gorman M35+ Individual190 26.35 261 Adam Friel JM Individual191 26.37 260 Gerry Burke M50+ Individual192 26.44 38 Sara Hunter W45+ Russells Couch to 5K193 26.45 273 Orla McCambridge SW North Belfast Harriers194 26.46 236 Aoife Kelly SW Individual195 26.50 61 Kieran Bovaird M45+ Russells Couch to 5K196 26.53 250 Jenny Gallagher SW Individual197 26.59 33 Lauren Friel Walk Russells Couch to 5K198 27.00 255 Laura Doherty SW Individual199 27.03 166 Lee Cowdry SM Individual200 27.05 191 Hugh Duffy M45+ Individual201 27.07 165 Rosey Cowdry SW Individual202 27.14 5 Graig White M40+ Individual203 27.22 17 Breideen Blaney W45+ Individual204 27.29 49 Jimmy Gallagher M40+ Russells Couch to 5K205 27.30 269 Noreen Fagan W40+ Individual206 27.31 75 Siobhan Laverty W35+ Individual207 27.32 23 Kristina Muaurieiene W35+ Russells Couch to 5K208 27.33 32 Caroline Friel W45+ Russells Couch to 5K209 27.34 73 Michael Shiels Walk Individual210 27.37 193 Emer Duffy SW Individual211 27.52 7 Lee Hegarty SM Individual212 27.58 146 Ciara Gorman SW Individual213 27.59 252 Anne Friel W35+ Individual214 28.00 129 Mary McHale SW Inishowen AC215 28.03 133 Anne Doherty W50+ Milford A C216 28.05 47 John Kelly M50+ Russells Couch to 5K217 28.19 216 Rosaleen Gallagher W40+ Individual218 28.20 281 AnneMarie Gallagher W35+ Individual219 28.26 251 Laura Lynch SW Individual220 28.28 200 Jonathan Mitchell SM Finn Valley A.C.221 28.33 280 AnneMarie Rodgers W40+ Individual222 28.35 16 Rona McGlynn W35+ Individual223 28.37 109 Julie Anne McNamee W45+ Individual224 28.40 4 Geraldine Mulholland W45+ Individual225 28.44 130 Grace Creighton Walk Individual226 28.51 231 Sinead Bolton W45+ Individual227 28.52 232 Stephanie Gallen SW Individual228 28.53 230 Lorraine Duffy W35+ Individual229 28.56 19 Audrey Park SW Russells Couch to 5K230 28.57 45 Josh Peoples Walk Russells Couch to 5K231 29.03 217 Brendan O’Donnell M40+ Lifford AC232 29.07 215 Stephen Sheridan M45+ Individual233 29.19 6 Sally Turnball W45+ Individual234 29.45 172 Angela Gallagher SW Individual235 29.58 51 John Corcoran M50+ Russells Couch to 5K236 29.58 59 Ollie Gallagher M45+ Russells Couch to 5K237 30.17 24 Roisin McBearty SW Russells Couch to 5K238 30.18 8 Shane Kelly SM Individual239 30.19 52 Adrian Peoples M50+ Russells Couch to 5K240 30.31 202 Mary O’Donnell W50+ Milford A C241 30.33 153 Sinead Shovlin W35+ Individual242 30.34 63 Roisin Clifford SW Individual243 30.42 27 Michaela Duddy JW Russells Couch to 5K244 30.54 80 Cecilia Sheridan SW Individual245 31.10 62 Belinda Sheridan SW Individual246 31.10 220 Fiona McConnell W35+ Individual247 31.17 268 Kathleen McCourt W40+ Individual248 31.18 254 Eamonn Kerr M40+ Individual249 31.28 139 Zak Martin Walk Individual250 31.29 176 Roisin Sheridan W40+ Individual251 31.30 170 AnneMarie Shiels SW Letterkenny A.C.252 31.44 36 Caorline Alexander W40+ Russells Couch to 5K253 31.58 29 Lorraine Tinney W40+ Russells Couch to 5K254 32.11 25 Margaret McNamee W45+ Russells Couch to 5K255 32.18 258 Mary O’Donnell Walk Individual256 32.19 30 Linda Peoples W40+ Russells Couch to 5K257 32.26 291 Josh Martin Walk Inishowen AC258 32.32 46 John Mitchell M50+ Russells Couch to 5K259 33.01 28 Sonia Duddy M40+ Russells Couch to 5K260 33.02 18 Alison Moore SW Russells Couch to 5K261 33.17 54 Russell Porter SM Russells Couch to 5K262 33.17 35 Fiona McNulty SW Russells Couch to 5K263 33.26 34 Rosarie Crossan W35+ Russells Couch to 5K264 33.42 163 Marie Boyce W45+ Individual265 33.43 192 Lavina McVeigh Walk Individual266 34.53 74 Denis Shiels Walk Individual267 35.10 88 Deborah Clawson W45+ Russells Couch to 5K268 35.51 219 Frances McBride W40+ Individual269 36.02 64 Maria Pinto SW Individual270 36.18 43 Sinead McNulty W40+ Russells Couch to 5K271 36.18 37 Helena Gallagher W45+ Russells Couch to 5K272 39.08 22 Hannah Bovaird JW Russells Couch to 5K273 39.09 26 Aine Curran Walk Russells Couch to 5K274 42.46 21 Cara Bovaird JW Russells Couch to 5K275 42.49 48 Andrew Porter JM Russells Couch to 5K276 43.00 41 Joy Porter W40+ Russells Couch to 5K277 43.13 239 Kathy Sheridan Walk Individual278 43.30 213 Annette Sheridan W40+ Individual279 43.30 214 Stevie Sheridan Walk Individual280 43.51 20 Tina Bovaird W40+ Russells Couch to 5K281 43.56 42 Cate Toland Walk Russells Couch to 5K282 44.41 240 Martina Sheridan Walk IndividualFOYLE VALLEY ENJOY CLEAN-SWEEP AT RATHMULLAN 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was 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first_imgWinner Kelly – pictured here in the centreTIR Chonaill AC’s Kelly McGrory has been crowned the county’s young Athletics Star for 2013.She was given the award at a star-studded event at the Tullamore Court Hotel.Kelly was named the Donegal Junior All Star. There was also a special award for Finn Valley AC’s John Kelly.TEENAGER KELLY CROWNED DONEGAL’S ATHLETICS ALL STAR 2013 was last modified: February 9th, 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:All Star awardFinn Valley ACJohn KellyKelly McGroryTIR CHONAILL ACwinnerlast_img read more