Nitro Bolt! – Sprinting star launches Innovative Athletics series in Australia

first_imgThe world’s greatest athlete, Usain Bolt, will compete and captain the ‘Bolt All-Stars’ in a new sports entertainment series set to revolutionise global track and field. A high-energy, team-based competition, Nitro Athletics will see the stars of Australian and international athletics compete across three nights of blockbuster entertainment at Melbourne’s Lakeside Stadium in February 2017. Nitro Athletics Melbourne will feature six teams of 24 athletes (12 women and 12 men). Teams will come from Australia and internationally and will be announced in the coming weeks. Nitro Athletics will be like no athletics competition seen before and will not just feature traditional events – this will be a different spin on traditional athletics and will include a mix of power, endurance, technique and teamwork disciplines across sprints, distance, field and para-athletics events. Mixed events and relays will also feature in the Nitro programme as teams battle for points and the Nitro Athletics Melbourne crown. Nitro Athletics Melbourne will be broadcast live on the Seven Network and will be staged on Saturday, February 4 and Thursday, February 9, with a final on Saturday, February 11. Night one and the final of Nitro Athletics Melbourne will feature the same programme, with the Thursday night programme offering a selection of alternative events. Nine-time Olympic gold medallist and 100m and 200m world record holder Usain Bolt said Nitro Athletics was the concept desperately needed to take athletics into the future. “This will be track and field as it’s never been seen before, and that’s why I’m involved, not only as a competitor, but also as a team captain,” Bolt said. Bolt, who has never raced in Australia, is looking forward to building his team and returning in February for the three-meet Nitro Athletics Melbourne series. “Nitro Athletics is what track and field needs – a fresh way to present the sport, and I can’t wait to be back in Melbourne to share Nitro Athletics with the fans in February,” Bolt said. Athletics Australia president, Mark Arbib, a driving force behind bringing Nitro Athletics to reality, said the new version of athletics will aim to excite existing fans, while taking the sport to new audiences. “Nitro Athletics is the sports entertainment product track and field needs to move athletics beyond the existing format of one day athletics meets,” Arbib said. “Nitro Athletics will be the catalyst that will change how athletics is presented. It’s a game-changer for athletics and Athletics Australia. We want to start the global reinvigoration of athletics right here in Australia,” Arbib added. Athletics Australia Director and 2006 Commonwealth Games 400m champion John Steffensen said Nitro Athletics will attract global attention. “Every show needs a headline act, and the headline act of Nitro Athletics Melbourne is the biggest name in all of sport – Usain Bolt,” Steffensen said. Victoria’s Minister for Tourism and Major Events Philip Dalidakis said the revolutionary event is a major coup for the sporting capital of the world. “Visit Victoria, our new tourism and major events organisation, has just secured, arguably, the greatest track athlete of all time, exclusively here in Melbourne,” Dalidakis said. Fans can engage with Nitro Athletics via the event’s social channels: Twitter: @Nitro_Aths Facebook: NitroAthletics Instagram: Nitro_Athslast_img read more

Convicted Drug Smuggler Transferred to Ugandan Jail

first_imgShirat Nelwadda, a 24-year-old Ugandan woman accused of smuggling drugs into Liberia, will shortly be flown back to her home country, where she is expected to serve her four-year sentence.She was sentenced to four years of imprisonment on Monday, April 14, by Judge Blamo Dixon of Criminal Court ‘C’ at the Temple of Justice, after he confirmed and affirmed a unanimous guilty verdict brought down against her by the trial’s jury on April 7.Nelwadda was charged with multiple crimes; ranging from unlawful possession, trafficking and distribution of 1.2 kilograms of narcotic drugs valued at US$30,000 by the government, a charge she denies.Announcing her sentence on Monday, Judge Dixon said, “It is the candid opinion of Criminal Court ‘C’ for Montserrado County, the Republic of Liberia, that the unanimous guilty verdict of the trial jury brought down against defendant Shirat Nelwadda for the alleged commission of the crime of unlawful possession, trafficking and distribution of narcotic drugs is hereby confirmed and affirmed.”He further declared, “She is hereby adjudged guilty of the said crime, and further sentenced to imprisonment for a period of four consecutive years with immediate effect,” adding, “The defendant is hereby ordered to be deported from Republic of Liberia through diplomatic channels for her to serve her sentence in the Republic of Uganda.”He quoted the law by saying, “Any person who sells narcotic drugs without the written prescription of a physician, dentist; or veterinarian, except as otherwise provided by the provisions, shall be guilty of felony of the first 1trse454 degree.”He continued: “It shall be unlawful for any person to possess or have under his control any narcotic drugs except as authorized by Title 33, Chapter 41, Section 41.23, Sub-section 1 and 2, Section 41.24 Sub-section 1 of the Public Health Law of the Republic of Liberia.”Before Nelwadda was sentenced, her lawyers during the entire case pleaded with the court to have her sent back to her country, Uganda, which they said would make it easier for her family to have access to her.She was arrested on November 30, after she left Kampala, the capital city of Uganda and arrived at the Roberts International Airport (RIA) through Kenya Airways Flight number 508.It was during security checking at the RIA that a parcel believed to contain the 1.2 kilograms of narcotics valued at US$30,000 was found in her travelling bag.It was taken to the headquarters of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), and tested, apparently in her absence.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Gor edge out Vihiga to reclaim top spot

first_img0Shares0000Gor Mahia striker Jacques Tuyisenge lifts his fingers to the sky after scoring the winner/ PHOTO- CourtesyNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 31 – Champions Gor Mahia are back at the top of the Kenyan Premier League after edging out Vihiga United 1-0 at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Saturday.Rwandese Jacques Tuyisenge scored the only goal in the 58th minute to topple Mathare United who had climbed at the summit after winning 1-0 over Chemelil Sugar on Friday. In other results, Nzoia Sugar picked their third win of the season after beating Sony Sugar 1-0, Rangers thrashed Thika United 3-1, Bandari lost 1-0 away to Kakamega Homeboyz while Sofapaka whipped cash-strapped Nakumatt FC 2-0.K’Ogalo dominated the match but were frustrated by a defensive Vihiga United side but 13 minutes after the restart, Gor got the crucial goal from Tuyisenge who was teed by Francis Kahata.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Video: Kagawa shows Man United and Van Gaal what they’re missing

first_img1 Shinji Kagawa celebratse Shinji Kagawa was one of the Man United players to be sold as new boss Louis van Gaal wielded the axe at Old Trafford.The skilful Japanese midfielder didn’t have too much success with the Red Devils over a two season spell and wasn’t given too many chances by former boss David MoyesBut after returning to Borussia Dortmund in a £7million deal, Kagawa, who is adored by manager Jurgen Klopp, managed to score on his second debut.You can see the strike against Freiburg below…last_img

DONEGAL’S ARTISAN FOOD AND DRINK PRODUCERS GIVEN CHANCE TO TAKE A ‘BITE’ OUT OF NATIONAL MARKET

first_imgDonegal’s talented food and drink producers are being offered the chance to showcase their skills at a national level, thanks to Ireland’s major new artisan food festival, Bite 2015.And they have a chance to win a free stand at the festival if they manage to impress the organisers with a brief description of their services.Festival organisers are on a nationwide hunt for talented food and beverage producers for the event, which will be held in Dublin’s RDS from November 19-22. It will be a chance to exhibit your product in the run-up to the Christmas season, to over 20,000 Irish food and drink lovers who are expected to descend on the festival.“Bite 2015 is aimed at promoting Ireland’s vastly expanding artisan food and craft drinks sector, letting people with an interest in food experience just how much quality that we have in the field to the plate industry,” said festival organiser Patrick O’Sullivan.“Many of the artisans who will take part in the festival will go on to achieve success nationally, and in some cases internationally.“Now we want to offer talented people, who maybe unknown outside of their locality, the chance to bring their expertise, ideas and experiences to a wider audience.” Bite 2015 will feature top chefs and food experts as well as a huge range of producers, who are there to sell, sample and educate people about their unique products.Presented by the organisers of the National Crafts and Design Fair, in association with Spar and Eurospar, the Festival promises to be Ireland’s first and foremost interactive food expo, with attractions for all the family.“Every stand at Bite 2015 will feature quality products with unique stories behind them – encapsulating a rapidly growing industry,” said Patrick.Artisans in Donegal who would like to win a free stand at the November Bite 2015 festival are asked to write a brief 150-word description of their practice and why they deserve to be chosen.Entries, including full name and contact details and the name of this publication can be sent to info@bitefoodfestival.ie. The closing date for the competition is Friday October 30. Bite 2015 takes place at the RDS Main Hall from November 19-22. Full details and booking can be found at www.bitefoodfestival.ie.DONEGAL’S ARTISAN FOOD AND DRINK PRODUCERS GIVEN CHANCE TO TAKE A ‘BITE’ OUT OF NATIONAL MARKET was last modified: October 16th, 2015 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Bite food festivaldonegaldublinRDSlast_img read more

RESULTS: ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE ‘THANK YOU’ FOR 5K SUPPORT

first_imgSt. Eunan’s College Inaugural 5k Road Race and WalkSt. Eunan’s College in Letterkenny hosted their inaugural 5k road race and walk on the evening of Tuesday 23rd of April. The event was a huge success with an attendance in excess of 530 competitors. The Spring evening provided great conditions for what many regarded as a gruelling course.Starting at the college, the first loop ran down to the Cathedral, across lower Ard O’ Donnell, left onto the High road, left again up New Line road to Wolfe Tone Place, and down again to the gates of St. Eunan’s college. The second loop then took competitors back down to the Cathedral, across lower Ard O’ Donnell and left onto the High road again, continuing to the top of the High road, left at the Hospital roundabout up through the Glencar area, and down past Wolfe Tone Place again, finishing with a lap around the back of the college grounds. The overall winner was St. Eunan’s leaving cert student Ruairí Finnegan, followed closely by LAC club mate Michael Black. 3rd place overall went to Transition year student and LAC man Peter Gibbons. The hilly course didn’t prove to be as tough for these experiences runners.The Saint Eunan’s College Parents Association would like to thank staff from the school and parents who helped on the evening with organisation, registration and marshalling along the course. Many thanks to the Transition year pupils who helped greatly in the organisation of the event looking after all the jobs that are so important for the event to run smoothley. A big thank you to all the sponsors who donated equipment and spot prizes. They would particularly like to thank Brendan Mc Daid, Eunan Kelly, Jenny Kelly, Barry Meehan, Louise Finnegan and all the members of Letterkenny Athletic Club for their help and advice in organising the event, providing equipment and assisting in the smooth timekeeping of finishers. They would also like to thank former Olympic competitor and local athlete Danny Mc Daid for his assistance with the start of the race. A huge thank you must go to Sgt. Eunan Walsh and his team at An Garda Síochána, Letterkenny who assisted marshals and competitors on the day.The winners of the running categories are as follows:Senior Men………….Senior Ladies Michael Black 16:38 Frances Judge 20:54Stephen Connor 17:20 Helen Kennedy 21:47Andrew Friel 17:42 Sharon Black 22:25Junior Men …………….Junior LadiesRuairí Finnegan 15:48 Caoimhe Mc Gonigle 23:05 Peter Gibbons 17:00 Katie Toal 24:23Michael Miller 17:46 Ciara Crossan 26:025km Race ResultsFinish Position Race Number First Name Surname Category Time 1 1072 Ruairi Finnegan JB 15.482 1090 Michael Black SM 16.383 1046 Peter Gibbons jb 17.004 1162 Stephen Connor SM 17.205 1237 andrew friel sm 17.426 436 Michael Miller JB 17.467 1231 barry meehan sm 18.058 1059 Donal Farren JB 18.269 1116 Shaun Boyle JB 18.3410 1081 Paul Doherty SM 18.3511 1079 Pauric Breslin SM 18.3912 1238 paul murray sm 18.4413 1080 Joe English SM 19.0314 1200 Cormac Callaghan JB 19.0615 1140 Enda Mc Bride JB 19.0716 1060 Conor Farrell JB 19.1017 435 Chris Flanagan JB 19.1518 1193 Patrick Dunleavey SM 19.1619 1199 Sean McDonagh JB 19.1720 1100 Eoin Waters SM 19.1821 1089 John Daly SM 19.2122 1044 Paddy Fox SM 19.2823 1235 joe kennedy sm 19.3224 1066 Oisin Toal JB 19.3325 1126 Peter O’ Malley JB 19.5326 1223 niall o donnell jb 19.5727 1128 Eddie Mc Manaman SM 19.5928 1142 Keane Ryan SM 20.0629 1043 John Fox SM 20.1830 1461 Stewart Mc Gee SM 20.2031 1115 Patrick Quinn JB 20.2332 1208 gavin mcbreaty sm 20.3633 1243 darren price sm 20.4634 1052 Patrick Brennan SM 20.5135 1182 Kevin Kealy JB 20.5236 1255 frances judge sw 20.5437 1244 gerard mullen sm 20.5538 1033 D Mc Croary SM 20.5739 1251 boyd robinson sm 21.0040 1273 sean crossan sm 21.0241 1061 Joseph Doherty JB 21.0342 1041 Chris Carr SM 21.0843 1114 Conor Bogan JB 21.0844 1063 Darragh Toal JB 21.0945 1247 andrew mc hugh sm 21.1146 1466 Cathal Morrison Sm 21.1547 1069 Leon Vaughan JB 21.1748 1139 Caolan Vaughn JB 21.2449 1167 Darren Ashmore SM 21.2750 1108 Anton Shovlin JB 21.2951 1095 Declan Mc Elwaine SM 21.3652 1197 John Baxter SM 21.3953 1113 Jack Boyce JB 21.4254 1111 Raymond Rodgers JB 21.4355 1047 Declan Waters SM 21.4456 1101 Chris Taylor SM 21.4557 1055 Oisin O Boyle JB 21.4658 1010 Helen Kennedy SW 21.4759 1471 Kevin O Donnell JB 21.4960 1015 Sean Marsh JB 21.5061 1045 James Hannigan JB 21.5062 1203 andrew bradly jb 21.5163 1136 Johnathan Martin JB 21.5264 1006 Anthony Diver JB 21.5465 1032 Gary Mc Daid SM 21.5966 1168 James McFadden SM 22.0067 1278 james kelly jb 22.0068 1468 Ciaran Mc Intyre SM 22.0069 1300 mark canning sm 22.0570 1021 Michael Harkin SM 22.0871 1031 D Mc Hale SM 22.0872 1242 william freney sm 22.0973 1096 Paul Gildea SM 22.1074 1204 ciaran diver jb 22.1175 1248 martin mc garvey sm 22.1476 1464 Ronan Dorrian JB 22.1677 1037 Oliver Walsh SM 22.1778 1158 Noel Mc Cormack SM 22.1879 1078 Vincent Mc Loughlin SM 22.2480 1091 Sharon Black SW 22.2581 1191 Terence Diver SM 22.2782 1082 Shane Dunleavey JB 22.2883 1264 eoin ferry jb 22.2984 1129 Michael Patton JB 22.3085 1224 john grant sm 22.3186 1035 Kieran Shiels SM 22.4187 1279 caoimhin marsh jb 22.4288 1058 Patrick Bonner SM 22.4389 1067 Eunan Henry JB 22.4590 1040 John O’Donnell SM 22.5591 1161 Stephen Sweeney SM 22.5592 1213 damien mc laughin jb 22.5793 1250 seamus cannon sm 23.0194 1074 Paul Mc Ateer SM 23.0395 1207 caoimhe mcgonigle jg 23.0596 1014 Aidan Marsh sm 23.0697 499 karl sweeney sm 23.0798 188 jack patton jb 23.0899 1064 Wallace Tavares JB 23.09100 1137 Chris Bonnar JB 23.10101 1086 Matthew Curran JB 23.11102 1219 ryan mortimer 24.22103 500 katie toal jg 24.23104 1083 Mark Nelis JB 24.26105 1028 Carmel Egan SW 24.27106 1246 eunan mc bride sm 24.28107 1236 sean o donnell sm 24.29108 1293 senan crawford jb 24.34109 1249 kyle mc garvey jb 24.37110 1233 laura elliot sw 24.38111 1071 Sammy Johnson JB 24.42112 1054 Louis Bradley SM 24.43113 1459 Aisling Kelly SW 24.43114 1117 Cormac Nolan SM 24.48115 1166 Chris Ashmore SM 24.54116 1019 Aaron Kelly JB 25.00117 1120 Chris Peterson SM 25.01118 1038 Kealan Dunleavey SM 25.12119 1050 Diane Stewart SW 25.13120 1030 L Brennan SM 25.14121 1149 Max Dunnion JB 25.14122 1163 John Hannigan JB 25.14123 1183 Ronan Shields JB 25.16124 1131 Chris Murray JB 25.19125 1134 Tommy Ryan JB 25.19126 1009 Seanan Cullinane JB 25.26127 1053 Darragh Morrison JB 25.27128 1453 Thomas Vaughan JB 25.32129 1417 anthony morgan jb 25.35130 1018 Ryan Maguella JB 25.36131 1462 Cathy Harvey SW 25.37132 1122 Catherine Carney SW 25.41133 189 Colm Brogan JB 25.42134 162 ciaran patton jb 25.55135 1455 Oceanette Maguire SW 25.56136 1337 alex good jb 25.57137 1011 Shane O’Donnell JB 25.58138 1270 lewi carson jb 25.59139 1143 Sai Mohammad JB 26.01140 1458 Ciara Crossan JG 26.02141 1189 Marie Mullen SW 26.03142 1024 Eithne Cox SW 26.05143 1125 Cathal Leppard JB 26.10144 1198 Gerald Baxter SM 26.11145 1234 ciamhe wherity jg 26.13146 1025 Eilish Mc Clafferty SW 26.15147 1027 Kathryn Russell SW 26.18148 1118 Jackie Ireland SW 26.24149 1470 Elaine Coleman SW 26.24150 1330 christy gillespie sm 26.30151 1110 Sammy Bogan SM 26.31152 1145 Sean Mc Gettigan JB 26.35153 1048 Vadim Kalinin JB 26.37154 1092 Megan Quinn JG 26.38155 1029 Elaine Gallagher SW 26.41156 1159 Eimear Devenny JG 26.43157 1225 malachey dunleavy sm 26.45158 1226 vickey dunleavy sw 26.46159 1227 john curren sm 26.46160 1036 Colm Mc Daid SM 27.06161 1164 Phillip Cassidy JB 27.06162 1239 philip brown sm 27.06163 1169 Paul McFadden JB 27.12164 1085 Thomas Coyle JB 27.20165 554 claire harkin sw 27.21166 1285 mary higgins sw 27.23167 1457 Jean Mc Glinchey SW 27.27168 1146 David Whoriskey JB 27.28169 1098 Aidan Kelly 27.29170 1144 Niall McDaid JB 27.32171 1297 alife mc hale sm 27.50172 497 janette mc elwine sw 27.58173 498 brian mc elwine sm 28.03174 1130 Rafal Morris JB 28.03175 1022 Robbie Montgomery JB 28.04176 1272 maria mckenna sw 28.04177 1057 Mason Gillen JB 28.11178 1056 Elaine Gillen SW 28.14179 1289 siobhan boyle sw 28.15180 1215 abby mc gettigan jg 28.16181 1256 jessica judge jg 28.22182 1141 Aisling Farrel JB 28.23183 1456 Mary Joe Kingston SW 28.23184 1107 Rosaline Ford SW 28.26185 1099 Peter Kelly 28.27186 1109 Susie Tunney SW 28.29187 1017 Marc O’Boyce JB 28.30188 1265 matthew gallagher jb 28.31189 1097 Michelle Kelly 28.35190 1186 Connor JB 28.37191 1185 Stephen Shields SM 28.42192 1287 sophie kelly sw 28.44193 1105 Mary Bonnar SW 28.45194 1106 Mary Doherty SW 28.50195 1135 Elaine Martin SW 28.53196 1051 Hugo Blake SM 28.56197 1093 Alan O Connell SM 29.02198 1157 Maria Carberry SW 29.11199 1042 D Sweeney SW 29.17200 1303 ciaran aken jb 29.18201 1020 Cale O’Donnell JB 29.23202 1190 Rachel Mullen JG 29.28203 1465 Isabella Patton JG 29.52204 1034 Shane Bonner JB 29.53205 1001 Eoin McLaughlin JB 30.00206 1013 Eoin Doherty JB 30.06207 1281 tommy doherty sm 30.08208 1008 Eileen Morning SW 30.14209 1094 Sinead Mc Loughlin SW 30.24210 1160 Donacha Devenny JB 30.26211 1175 Eamonn Devenny JB 30.40212 1296 oisin nee jb 30.40213 1394 rhys ellis jg 31.10214 1460 Gary Price SM 31.11215 1194 Martina Carr SW 31.13216 1195 Caroline Mc Fadden SW 31.18217 1196 Michael Doyle SM 31.18218 1254 rita conway sw 31.20219 1206 pauline gallagher sw 31.25220 1288 martina mc brearty sw 31.25221 1121 Karen Peterson SW 31.31222 494 louise duddy sw 31.42223 1423 cian mcmonagle jb 31.48224 1395 kyle ellis jg 31.48225 1467 Stephan Croosan SM 31.49226 493 sophie savva jg 32.02227 1007 Darren Morning JB 32.15228 1245 mageulla mc bride sw 32.19229 1205 marie mcgonigle sw 32.49230 1076 Sinead O Kane JG 32.50231 1292 darragh scott jb 32.56232 1332 thomas bridgeman jb 32.56233 1321 adam leadley sm 32.59234 495 siobhan duddy sw 33.21235 1348 johane gallagher jg 33.22236 1349 sinead mcintyre jg 33.22237 1155 Ross O’Dowd JB 33.30238 1156 Oliver O’Dowd SM 33.30239 496 rose gallagher sw 33.55240 1119 Sean O’ Brien JB 34.02241 1229 sherry d’ward sw 34.03242 1147 Aaron McLaughlin JB 34.04243 1154 Aidan McGinty JB 34.08244 1361 ciara boyle sw 34.1245 1295 cathy nee sw 34.11246 1358 maire ionnedies sw 34.32247 1026 Gavin Cox JB 34.36248 1216 megan duff jg 34.50249 1218 zoey mc cauley jg 34.50250 1221 matthew grant jb 34.52251 1049 Sinead Flanagan SW 34.55252 1220 gerard grant sm 34.56253 1012 Gerard O’Donnell SM 35.39254 1452 Jordan Nelis JB 35.40255 1318 max leadley jb 35.4256 1355 mathew gallagher jb 35.4257 1179 Connor Kelly JB 36.18258 1263 eliza dorrian jg 36.23193 James Mc Sharry JB1002 James McLaughlin JB1003 Aidan McLaughlin JB1004 John McLaughlin SM1005 AnnMarie McLaughlin SW1013 eoin doherty jb1016 Tom Doherty JB1023 Anthony Porter JB1039 Louis Hassan JB1062 Paul Mac Kinnon JB1065 Ben Fleming JB1068 Jack Lafferty JB1070 Darren Ferry JB1073 Sharon Mc Ateer SW1075 Fintan O Kane JB1077 Sharon O Kane SW1084 Ryan Mc Laughlin JB1087 Shane Moore SM1088 James Doherty SM1102 Taylor1103 Taylor1104 Taylor1112 David Ireland JB1123 Morgan Patton JB1124 Jude Patton JB1127 Anthony Farren SM1132 Laura Moore SW1133 Lynne Crawford SW1138 Hugh O’ Donnel SM1148 Noel McBride SM1150 Connar Mc Dermott JB1151 Rian Walsh JB1152 Karim Maguella JB1153 Shea O’Donnel JB1165 Kevin Doherty SM1170 Linda O’Donnel SW1171 Lauren O’Donnel JG1172 Hannah O’Donnel JG1173 Brian O’Donnel JB1174 Ellie O’Donnel JG1176 Deirdre Devenny SW1177 Tara Callan SW1178 Sean Halrey JB1180 Billy Deeney JB1181 Matthew Mc Govern JB1184 Maggie Shields SW1187 Chloe JG1188 John Mullen SM1192 Jason Shields JB1201 aaron harley sm1202 sean logue jb1209 brian mcintyre jb121012111212 christy callaghan sm1214 lara mc ginley jg1217 orla mc alaney jg1222 anthony grant jb1228 bruno marcus jb1230 stephen hamilton jb1232 sameer khan jb1240 kerry callaghan sw1241 eilean mc glinchey sw1252 mazen elkashif jb1253 damien callaghan sm12571258125912601261 niamh hanley jg12621266 fiona gallagher sw12671268126912711274 ciaran mcelwaine sm127512761277 pj mc brearty jb1280 shane houston jb1282 mary kelly sw128312841286 shauna higgins jg12901291 luke mc keever jb1294 patrick mc gettigan sm129812991451 Conor Halvey JB1454 Kevin Mc Carron JB1463 David Harvey SM1469 John Mc Intyre JB1472 Conor Martin SM1475 Angela Trimble SW1476 Noel Lynch SM1477 Emmet Lynch JM116 conor mc granaghan jb177 rory o connell jb186 jack o connell jb492 des kenny jb1258 oisin sweeney jb1302 Shane Bonner jb1304 daithi harvey jb1307 conor mc walters jb1315 joe boyle jb1316 ryan mcelvey jb1317 michael leadley jb1343 jamie hegerty jb1357 thomas crosan jb1368 james sweeney jb1369 nathan mcdyea jb1373 ben whealen jb1381 mark houston jb1416 ciaran kavanagh jb95 hannah mc sharry jg185 lucy o connell jg187 ellen o connell jg1319 anna leadley jg1320 thea leadley jg1327 katie hasson jg1333 emma harvey jg1342 megan hegerty jg1346 caela tinney jg1347 holly tinney jg1363 katie mcgovern jg1365 ashling ferry jg1371 chloe odonnel jg1377 mia mcgarigle jg1379 ciara omalley jg1383 maeve medlar jg1384 lauren monaghen jg1386 orla bourne jg1388 ailish mcginty jg1389 niamh mcginty jg1390 kelsey bourne jg1391 tori ellis jg1392 sophie ellis jg1393 ella ellis jg1396 terrezena ellis jg1401 edel maneniff jg1402 emma mccan jg1410 melisa quinn jg1424 mya mcmonagle jg1425 riona mcmonagle jg1429 kate mccolgan jg1432 aoife odonnel jg99 patrick hickey sm117 michael mc granaghan sm1210 gerry mc cool sm1211 hugh duffy sm1257 celine sweeney sm1269 william roarty sm1271 john o connell sm1284 damien kelly sm1299 pauric daly sm1340 andrew hegerty sm1344 barry tinney sm1356 tom crossan sm1359 johnney mcgettigan sm1382 john houston sm1387 thomas mcginty sm1399 bernard dorrian sm1404 eddie mcgeever sm1405 peadre mcdaid sm1412 seamie callaghan sm1415 donal kavanagh sm1427 christophor mccolgan sm1431 josie gallagher sm1433 toni mcdonagh sm1442 jimmy kavanagh sm1446 mark curran sm92 teresa sullivan sw93 elaine o doherty sw94 cath mc sharry sw96 mary mc gettigan sw97 donna mc gettigan sw98 deirdre coady sw100 maura hickey sw115 bernie mc geehan sw143 catriona patton sw154 maureen huston sw155 siobhan wherrity sw158 elaine nichiolls sw163 mary kinsella sw164 mona mcintyre sw170 tina lynch sw171 linda mc cann sw172 marie dabell sw176 tina patton sw491 maureen temple sw563 mary hegarty sw765 sinead hegarty sw1259 margaret larkin sw1260 mary haugh sw1261 marjorie gallen sw1262 ann doherty sw1268 diane carson sw1274 muriel shiels sw1275 edel lynch sw1283 emer kelly sw1290 angela halvey sw1298 caitriona daly sw1301 j feeney sw1305 tamara harvey sw1306 ciara cunanne sw1308 marie kenney sw1309 june buckley sw1310 helen mc laughlin sw1311 siobhon melvin sw1312 yvonne doherty sw1313 avril dunleavy sw1314 jane dunleavy sw1322 cathleen harley sw1323 mary ellen harley sw1324 sheila harley sw1325 linda harley sw1326 shauna harley sw1328 bridget freil sw1329 brona gillespie sw1331 catherine cannon sw1334 caroline diver sw1335 dorine good sw1336 bridge gallagher sw1338 maureen durack sw1339 anna brogan sw1341 christa hegerty sw1345 tracy tinney sw1350 eilen odonnel sw1351 niamh callaghan sw1352 vanessa douglas sw1353 janess creevey sw1354 gereldine mcelvey sw1360 cathlin mcgettigan sw1362 nina patten sw1364 fiona ferry sw1366 ann odonnel sw1367 irene reegan sw1370 mary ellen odonnel sw1372 mangaee madden sw1374 bride whealen sw1375 mary mcauley sw1376 loraine sraitt sw1378 una omalley sw1380 joan houston sw1385 bernie mcmenimem sw1397 jacqualine boyle sw1398 alecia boyle sw1400 gereldine dorrian sw1403 angela mcgeever sw1406 yvonne mcgrath sw1407 eilen divine sw1408 tina quinn sw1409 terence quinn sw1411 gereldine callaghan sw1413 colette ward sw1414 lynda oconnel sw1418 cathleen bogan sw1419 margo bogan sw1421 attracta crawford sw1422 aoife mcmonagle sw1426 cecelia mccolgan sw1428 clare mccolgan sw1430 rita gallagher sw1434 deirdre mcarren sw1435 lisa mcarren sw1436 jacqualine gibbon sw1437 catherine caroll sw1438 maggie mcclure sw1439 noreen sharkey sw1440 paula odonnel sw1441 nuala devine sw1443 michelle kavanagh sw1444 paula crumlish sw1445 breda mcginly sw1447 Evelyn O’Malley swRace Number First Name Surname Category1417 anthony morgan jb1337 alex good jb1330 christy gillespie sm1303 ciaran aken jb1394 rhys ellis jg1423 cian mcmonagle jb1395 kyle ellis jg1332 thomas bridgeman jb1321 adam leadley sm1348 johane gallagher jg1349 sinead mcintyre jg1361 ciara boyle sw1358 maire ionnedies sw1318 max leadley jb1355 mathew gallagher jb116 conor mc granaghan jb177 rory o connell jb186 jack o connell jb492 des kenny jb1258 oisin sweeney jb1302 Shane Bonner jb1304 daithi harvey jb1307 conor mc walters jb1315 joe boyle jb1316 ryan mcelvey jb1317 michael leadley jb1343 jamie hegerty jb1357 thomas crosan jb1368 james sweeney jb1369 nathan mcdyea jb1373 ben whealen jb1381 mark houston jb1416 ciaran kavanagh jb95 hannah mc sharry jg185 lucy o connell jg187 ellen o connell jg1319 anna leadley jg1320 thea leadley jg1327 katie hasson jg1333 emma harvey jg1342 megan hegerty jg1346 caela tinney jg1347 holly tinney jg1363 katie mcgovern jg1365 ashling ferry jg1371 chloe odonnel jg1377 mia mcgarigle jg1379 ciara omalley jg1383 maeve medlar jg1384 lauren monaghen jg1386 orla bourne jg1388 ailish mcginty jg1389 niamh mcginty jg1390 kelsey bourne jg1391 tori ellis jg1392 sophie ellis jg1393 ella ellis jg1396 terrezena ellis jg1401 edel maneniff jg1402 emma mccan jg1410 melisa quinn jg1424 mya mcmonagle jg1425 riona mcmonagle jg1429 kate mccolgan jg1432 aoife odonnel jg99 patrick hickey sm117 michael mc granaghan sm1210 gerry mc cool sm1211 hugh duffy sm1257 celine sweeney sm1269 william roarty sm1271 john o connell sm1284 damien kelly sm1299 pauric daly sm1340 andrew hegerty sm1344 barry tinney sm1356 tom crossan sm1359 johnney mcgettigan sm1382 john houston sm1387 thomas mcginty sm1399 bernard dorrian sm1404 eddie mcgeever sm1405 peadre mcdaid sm1412 seamie callaghan sm1415 donal kavanagh sm1427 christophor mccolgan sm1431 josie gallagher sm1433 toni mcdonagh sm1442 jimmy kavanagh sm1446 mark curran sm92 teresa sullivan sw93 elaine o doherty sw94 cath mc sharry sw96 mary mc gettigan sw97 donna mc gettigan sw98 deirdre coady sw100 maura hickey sw115 bernie mc geehan sw143 catriona patton sw154 maureen huston sw155 siobhan wherrity sw158 elaine nichiolls sw163 mary kinsella sw164 mona mcintyre sw170 tina lynch sw171 linda mc cann sw172 marie dabell sw176 tina patton sw491 maureen temple sw563 mary hegarty sw765 sinead hegarty sw1259 margaret larkin sw1260 mary haugh sw1261 marjorie gallen sw1262 ann doherty sw1268 diane carson sw1274 muriel shiels sw1275 edel lynch sw1283 emer kelly sw1290 angela halvey sw1298 caitriona daly sw1301 j feeney sw1305 tamara harvey sw1306 ciara cunanne sw1308 marie kenney sw1309 june buckley sw1310 helen mc laughlin sw1311 siobhon melvin sw1312 yvonne doherty sw1313 avril dunleavy sw1314 jane dunleavy sw1322 cathleen harley sw1323 mary ellen harley sw1324 sheila harley sw1325 linda harley sw1326 shauna harley sw1328 bridget freil sw1329 brona gillespie sw1331 catherine cannon sw1334 caroline diver sw1335 dorine good sw1336 bridge gallagher sw1338 maureen durack sw1339 anna brogan sw1341 christa hegerty sw1345 tracy tinney sw1350 eilen odonnel sw1351 niamh callaghan sw1352 vanessa douglas sw1353 janess creevey sw1354 gereldine mcelvey sw1360 cathlin mcgettigan sw1362 nina patten sw1364 fiona ferry sw1366 ann odonnel sw1367 irene reegan sw1370 mary ellen odonnel sw1372 mangaee madden sw1374 bride whealen sw1375 mary mcauley sw1376 loraine sraitt sw1378 una omalley sw1380 joan houston sw1385 bernie mcmenimem sw1397 jacqualine boyle sw1398 alecia boyle sw1400 gereldine dorrian sw1403 angela mcgeever sw1406 yvonne mcgrath sw1407 eilen divine sw1408 tina quinn sw1409 terence quinn sw1411 gereldine callaghan sw1413 colette ward sw1414 lynda oconnel sw1418 cathleen bogan sw1419 margo bogan sw1421 attracta crawford sw1422 aoife mcmonagle sw1426 cecelia mccolgan sw1428 clare mccolgan sw1430 rita gallagher sw1434 deirdre mcarren sw1435 lisa mcarren sw1436 jacqualine gibbon sw1437 catherine caroll sw1438 maggie mcclure sw1439 noreen sharkey sw1440 paula odonnel sw1441 nuala devine sw1443 michelle kavanagh sw1444 paula crumlish sw1445 breda mcginly sw1447 Evelyn O’Malley sw1420RESULTS: ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE ‘THANK YOU’ FOR 5K SUPPORT was last modified: April 25th, 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:RESULTS: ST EUNAN’S COLLEGE ‘THANK YOU’ FOR 5K SUPPORTlast_img read more

TAOISEACH ASKS GERRY ADAMS IF SEX ABUSERS WERE MOVED TO DONEGAL

first_imgTAOISEACH Enda Kenny has asked Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams if sex abusers were moved to safe houses in the Republic from the North, specifically claiming these houses were in Donegal, Louth and in Dublin.The Taoiseach also directly challenged Sinn Fein leader, Gerry Adams, to answer specific questions on the issue following allegations made by former Sinn Fein member Mairia Cahill.The questions included: • Were people “expelled” from the North and still now operating in the Republic – and if so where were they and what were they doing now?• Did three senior IRA people make Mairia Cahill repeatedly answer questions and also confront her attacker?• Was she forcibly sworn to secrecy and forbidden to report the case to the police?Gerry Adams said the claims were a slur “on thousands of decent Sinn Fein members” by falsely alleging they covered up sex abuse cases involving Republicans. The Sinn Fein leader strongly denied there was any “cover-up” by his party.He said he wanted all abuse victims to come forward and tell their stories, adding: “They will have Sinn Fein’s full support in doing so.” TAOISEACH ASKS GERRY ADAMS IF SEX ABUSERS WERE MOVED TO DONEGAL was last modified: October 22nd, 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)last_img read more

FORGET GARTH AT CROKER – SEE HIM IN TERMON THIS WEEKEND!!

first_imgDon’t worry if you have missed out on the chance to see Garth Brooks in Dublin, The Lagoon, Termon have managed to secure the next best thing Ireland’s Biggest and Best Garth Brooks Tribute band “Gary Mc Evoy”.He will appear on Sunday 27th July at the annual Lagoon Family Fun Festival which will be held on sat 26th and Sunday 27th of July. Gary Mc Evoy is the Biggest and Best Garth Brooks Tribute and is completely booked out all over Ireland this year.Many concert goers have described it as being the best comparison you could get, the Garth Brook tribute will be appearing live on the gig rig at 9 o’clock.People are asked to avail of tickets in advance by calling the lagoon on 0749139088 or by finding us on Facebook.Tickets are only €10.00. The concert will be live on the gig rig but if the weather is not favourable patrons are fortunate as the show can be inside the lagoon in our new dancing area.Garth Brookes tribute will be followed by the brilliant Dixie Raskals with Dancing until late.Check out the Lagoon on Facebook for full details of all events during the festival this weekend.FORGET GARTH AT CROKER – SEE HIM IN TERMON THIS WEEKEND!! was last modified: July 25th, 2014 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:EntertainmentFeaturesGarth BrooksnewsTermon FestivalThe Lagoonlast_img read more

Leipzig out to stretch Dortmund as Bundesliga resumes

first_imgPulisic will still feature for Dortmund until the end of the season (Photo by Agency)Red Bull Leipzig versus Borussia Dortmund is the stand out fixture when Bundesliga action resumes after a three week winter break.Ralf Ragnick’s fast and furious side from the former East Germany navigated through the first half of the season unbeaten in front of their fans.Visitors Dortmund are aware they need to play their A game if they are to maintain a six point advantage atop the league standings.Lucien Favre’s Black and Yellows sold US international Christian Pulisic to London club Chelsea but kept him for the remainder of the season. Pulisic has fully recuperated from the injury which limited his action earlier this campaign but it is difficult to see Favre fielding the American ahead of the highly successful attacking trident of Marco Reus, Paco Alcacer and Jadon Sancho. Germany star Timo Werner is the lead Leipzig’s hunt for goals.Action in Germany’s top flight begins on Friday night with Julian Nagelsman’s exciting Hoffenheim outfit testing defending champions Bayern Munich.Robert Kovac’s Bavarian giants topped the reverse fixture 2-1 on the opening day of this season. However, they will be wary of a Hoffenheim side that has taken points off them in each of the last two seasons.As they prepare for life after Arjen Robben, Bayern Munich have had a £35m bid for England under 21 winger Callum Hudson-Odoi rejected Chelsea.Kovac can nevertheless count on a full cast as youthful wide man Kingsley Coman, Corentin Tolisso and creative dynamo Thiago Alcantara are available following a spell on the sidelines.Another fascinating duel to look forward to takes place at the Bay Arena where Heikko Herrlich’s rejuvenated Bayer Leverkusen confront Klaus Dieter Herking’s high flying Borussia Moenchengladbach.Goals galore are expected in this tie as in Thorgan Hazard, Alassane Plea,  Kevin Volland and Leon Bailey the two sides boast some of the division’s leading lights.Friday: -Hoffenheim v Bayern Munich @10:30pmSaturday:-Bayer Leverkusen v Borussia Moenchengladbach @5pm-Stuttgart v Mainz @5pm-Augsburg v Fortuna Dusseldorf @5pm-Eintracht Frankfurt v Freiburg @5pm-Hannover v Werder Bremen @5pm-RB Leipzig v Borussia Dortmund @8:30pmSunday:-Nuremberg v Hertha Berlin @5:30pm-Schalke v Wolfsburg @8pmComments Tags: German Bundesligatoplast_img read more

Made in Canada, eh!— Geocache of the Week

first_imgLocation:British Columbia, CanadaN 49° 18.358 W 124° 21.329 This week’s Geocache of the Week is THE most popular cache in Canada, worthy of its 503 favorite points. Made in Canada, eh! Is also Canada’s largest Ammo Can. At 122cm x 91cm x 49cm (4ft x 3ft x 1.6 ft), this metal ammo can and its giant pencil and logbook are hard to miss. It’s so big and so loved it even made the front page of the local paper.And oh, did we mention that this geocache even offers free WiFi? No joke. Check out the cache listing page. You may even get the chance to meet the Cache Owners at the nearby Dutch Import Store with the giant wooden shoe out front.For all of these reasons, GC2Y8Q8 is a great example of a cache to introduce your friends and family to how fun  geocaching can be.One of the coolest things about the cache is that it was constructed at the local Kwalikum Secondary School by the shop boys and their teacher. It’s pretty impressive how these middle school students were able to replicate the classic ammo can in a giant form.There is lots of enthusiasm on the cache page that will get you pumped to find Made in Canada, eh!BearClaw1“Discovered this one almost completely by accident. And what a nice surprise!!! I was by too early in the morning when I first attempted it, but knew that I had to come back after reading the webpage to get a look at this one. Glad that I did. A favorite for sure and as always, TFTC.”xDraconianx“This cache was our first order of the day, how can we make a trip to the island and not find this one?! Easily found and we enjoyed sifting through the contents of the cache, also loved the logbook and giant pencil. Met the owner (and contributed to the local economy); we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Tftc!”Fleuve“I had heard so much about this cache, and decided it was time to “discover” and log it today, as I was in the area. What a wonderfully well-crafted creation it is! Loved all the details, inside and out. Went inside and had a nice chat afterwards – it was great meeting you! Many thanks for this memorable cache.” TraditionalGC2Y8Q8by Coombs Wooden Shoe SharePrint RelatedLa trappe à géocacheur (Bilingual) — Geocache of the WeekOctober 11, 2017In “Community”Step inside my geocache. — Tschröuwe-Galari (GC3V52D) — Geocache of the WeekOctober 2, 2014In “Geocache of the Week”Don’t forget to bring proper headwear. – Head Case (GC2TD8M) – Geocache of the WeekMay 15, 2013In “Community”center_img To search for other beginner caches great for newbie geocachers, check out our search tool and make sure to set the difficulty and terrain ratings to 1.5 or lower. Happy caching!Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.Share with your Friends:More Difficulty:1Terrain:1last_img read more