MORE THAN 140 TURN OUT FOR BALLYSHANNON ‘JOG AND SNOG’ 5K

first_imgA beautiful morning, super organisation, many many happy athletes posting good performances and PB’s made the Ballyshannon ‘Jog and Snog’ a huge success.Proceeds from the event go to deserving charity ‘Ronald McDonald House’,Tir Chonaill AC Club Chairman, David Doherty, prior to presentation of prizes thanked all for supporting the event. He also highlighted the behind the scenes work of many Tir Chonaill AC members led by Sharon McGowan ensuring the success of the race.Position Race Number Time Name Category Club1 1131 16.14 Liam Feeley SM North Leitrim AC2 1231 16.40 Michael Murphy SM No Club 3 1220 17.40 Kevin Curran SM No Club4 1286 18.00 Ciaran Clancy SM Enniskillen RC5 1230 18.10 Eamon Murphy M40 No Club6 1260 18.47 John O Brien SM Tír Chonaill AC7 1256 18.55 Warren Blackburn SM Convoy AC 8 1224 18.59 Richard McCarthy M50 Tír Chonaill AC9 1282 19.06 Callum O Halloran JM Tír Chonaill AC10 1304 19.14 Gerry McManus M50 Tír Chonaill AC11 1281 19.25 Daniel Mannion 20m Tír Chonaill AC 12 1254 19.47 Barry Mackey M50 Letterkenny AC13 1258 19.47 Tommy Harraghty M60 Sperrin Hrs14 1302 19.52 Dan McManus SM No Club15 1310 19.54 Donal Haughey M50 Tír Chonaill AC16 1229 20.35 Sean Cassidy M40 Tír Chonaill AC17 1124 20.55 Declan McGroarey SM St Nauls Rnrs18 1296 21.24 Julie McMullin w40 Tír Chonaill AC19 1322 21.29 Paddy Croal M60 North Leitrim AC20 1244 21.42 Joe Flannery M50 No Club21 1288 21.46 Sean Kennery SM No Club22 1257 21.48 Angus Hunter M40 No Club23 1290 21.52 Sharon Meehan SW Tír Chonaill AC24 1242 21.58 Andrew Gilchrist SM Tír Chonaill AC25 1225 22.02 Paddy Donaghue M50 Tír Chonaill AC26 1249 22.19 Jackie Harvey w50 Tír Chonaill AC27 1309 22.40 Caroline Spratt w40 Tír Chonaill AC28 1319 22.42 Darragh Ward JM Tír Chonaill AC29 1272 22.42 Jack Gallagher JM No Club30 1294 22.50 Johhny Ward M50 Tír Chonaill AC31 1268 22.56 Lianne O Doherty SW No Club32 1298 23.00 Brian McMullin M40 Tír Chonaill AC33 1303 23.01 Mags McNulty SW Tír Chonaill AC34 1283 23.02 Jessica Gallagher SW Tír Chonaill AC35 1275 23.05 Gloria Donaghey w50 Finn Valley AC36 1324 23.06 Caroline McLoone SW Tír Chonaill AC37 1141 23.13 Gareth Moore JM No Club38 1259 23.20 Aidan Harraghty M50 No Club39 1233 23.22 Jason Graham SM Tír Chonaill AC40 1301 23.48 Hugh McNulty M40 Tír Chonaill AC41 1317 23.52 Eileen Ward w40 Tír Chonaill AC42 1122 23.53 Jason McGarrigle SM Tír Chonaill AC43 1144 23.59 Caoimhin Drummond JM No Club44 1307 24.12 Donna Moohan SW No Club45 1255 24.13 Brian Kelly M40 No Club46 1306 24.17 Sean Lorinyenko M40 Tír Chonaill AC47 1252 24.37 Loretta Cullen w50 Tír Chonaill AC48 1226 25.03 Ann Donaghue w50 Tír Chonaill AC49 1239 25.06 Paul McGowan SM Tír Chonaill AC50 1223 25.08 Pauric Keenaghan M40 Tír Chonaill AC51 1133 25.15 John Rooney M40 No Club52 1292 25.35 Megan Keenaghan SW No Club53 1227 25.49 Brian McShane SM Tír Chonaill AC54 1261 26.06 Josephine O Brien SW Tír Chonaill AC55 1132 26.08 Celine Ward w50 No Club56 1266 26.27 Michelle McGarrigle w40 No Club57 1270 26.28 Laoise O Connor 20w No Club58 1145 26.47 Ann-Marie Croghan SW No Club59 1280 26.50 Bridgeen Carr SW Tír Chonaill AC60 1234 26.52 John Ward M40 Tír Chonaill AC61 1149 27.07 Aidan McGlynn SM No Club62 1148 27.07 Ann McGlynn SW Tír Chonaill AC63 1314 27.17 Shane Gallagher JM Tír Chonaill AC64 1137 27.20 Orlaigh Doogan w50 Tír Chonaill AC65 1138 27.22 Aisling Doogan SW Tír Chonaill AC66 1287 27.27 Dearbhla Hoey JW No Club67 1279 27.27 Shaun Irwin M40 Tír Chonaill AC68 1284 27.31 Aoife Bromley JW No Club69 1237 27.32 Ruth Flood JW No Club70 1125 27.43 Aoibhinn McGuckin JW No Club71 1305 27.43 Carl Molloy SW Tír Chonaill AC72 1323 28.01 Tanya O Shea SW No Club73 1146 28.10 Gordon McGowan SM No Club74 1325 28.13 David Sweeney M40 Tír Chonaill AC75 1232 28.15 Caroline Ward w40 Tír Chonaill AC76 1316 28.23 Catherine CunninghamW40Tír Chonaill77 1330 28.26 Brenda Gallagher SW No Club78 1221 28.27 Mary Campbell M50 Tír Chonaill AC79 1315 28.30 Katie Gallagher JW Tír Chonaill AC80 1267 28.55 Michael Bowring SM No Club81 1271 29.16 Eleanor Gallagher SW No Club82 1121 29.58 Mary Canavan w40 Tír Chonaill AC83 1326 30.13 Sarah Sweeney w40 Tír Chonaill AC84 1262 30.15 Claire Downey SW Tír Chonaill AC85 1241 30.34 Gillian Graham 20w Tír Chonaill AC86 1135 30.40 Catherine Kelm w40 No Club87 1243 30.43 Mairead Loughlin SW Tír Chonaill AC88 1253 30.44 Noreen Hoad w50 Tír Chonaill AC89 1123 30.56 Paula McBrearty w40 No Club90 1274 31.24 Emma Gaughan SW No Club91 1228 31.34 Sean Mulligan M50 Tír Chonaill AC92 1320 31.36 Anita Doonan SW No Club93 1236 31.50 Beth Flood JW No Club94 1297 31.50 Katie McMullin JW Tír Chonaill AC95 1245 31.54 Agatha McGarrigle w60 No Club96 1136 31.59 Aisling McGullion SW No Club97 1134 32.00 Patrice Ryder SW No Club98 1264 32.21 Ruth Calvin SW No Club99 1327 32.40 Lorraine Campbell w40 Tír Chonaill AC100 1263 32.52 Tanya Burns SW Tír Chonaill AC101 1265 33.18 Helen Roper w40 No Club102 1278 34.04 Caroline Irwin w40 Tír Chonaill AC103 1276 34.13 Ciara Caldwell JW No Club104 1277 34.15 Mairead Caldwell w40 No Club105 1289 34.42 Laura Diver SW No Club106 1293 34.42 Helena Kennedy SW No Club107 1318 34.45 Ailish Ward JW Tír Chonaill AC108 1321 34.45 Paul Ward M40 Tír Chonaill AC109 1152 36.18 Rachel Currid JW No Club110 1151 36.20 Aine Dawson JW No Club111 1312 36.33 Catherine Browne JW No Club112 1311 36.36 Majela Grealish Walker No Club113 1240 37.03 Frances Gilchrist SW Tír Chonaill AC114 1291 37.10 Lauren Cleary 20w No Club115 1126 37.52 Ciara McGuckin JW No Club116 1235 37.52 Eve Flood JW No Club117 1238 37.59 Claire Flood w40 Tír Chonaill AC118 1313 38.10 Claire Grennan 20w No Club119 1328 38.56 Mavis McGinley w40 Tír Chonaill AC120 1142 45.14 Eva Moore JW No Club121 1143 45.48 Catherine McKlay JW No Club122 1285 45.56 Martin Gallagher SM Tír Chonaill AC123 1128 45.56 Barry Ward Walker No Club124 1129 48.00 Gerard Ferguson Walker No Club125 1154 48.10 Colm Currid SM No Club126 1153 48.10 Claire Currid SW Tír Chonaill AC127 1156 48.10 Alex Currid JM No Club128 1155 48.10 Lucy Currid JW No Club129 1150 48.25 Debra Dawson SW Tír Chonaill AC130 1295 48.25 Mary McNulty w40 No Club131 1299 48.25 Sirle Govorov Walker No Club132 1300 49.06 Olivia Murphy Walker Tír Chonaill AC133 1147 49.06 Carol Reilly SW Tír Chonaill AC134 1308 49.06 Edel Carlin-Rosanio Walker No Club135 1127 51.22 Eimear McGuckin Walker No Club136 1248 51.22 Mollie Travers JW No Club137 1250 51.22 Tom Travers JM No Club138 1251 51.22 Aoife Travers JW No Club139 1130 51.22 Siobhan McGuckin Walker No Club140 1247 51.22 Celine Flood w40 No Club141 1246 52.20 Liam Travers M40 No Club142 1140 53.05 Andrea Moore JW No Club143 1139 53.05 Valerine MooreWalker Tír Chonaill AC144 1329 53.15 Francis McGinley M40 No Club145 1120 53.15 Margaret Barron W50 No ClubMORE THAN 140 TURN OUT FOR BALLYSHANNON ‘JOG AND SNOG’ 5K was last modified: February 15th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new 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San Jose Sharks get back one winger, but lose another

first_imgNASHVILLE — One left winger will return to the Sharks’ lineup Tuesday, but another one has to sit out.The Sharks, still looking to earn their first win of the season, get Evander Kane back after a three-game suspension but will be without forward Marcus Sorensen when they face the Nashville Predators at Bridgestone Arena.Sorensen is considered day-to-day after he was injured at the 9:23 mark of the second period of Saturday’s game against the Anaheim Ducks.Sorensen was near the Ducks net of …last_img read more

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WIRED Predicted the iPad…11 Years Ago (Picture)

first_imgThe iPad isn’t just a touch-screen dream come true for millions of people around the world…it’s the realization of a prediction WIRED Magazine made a whopping 11 years ago. In the April 1999 issue, the magazine’s Hype List column discussed Apple’s then-recent financial turn-around and said: “The next iMac attack promises new lollipop laptops, a more serious series of professional machines, and a wireless handheld dubbed the iPad.” Betsy Mason, Science Editor for Wired.com today, posted the cell phone photo below of the magazine to Twitpic today and it showed up on Reddit late this afternoon.Pretty cool, huh? marshall kirkpatrick A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Related Posts Tags:#Apple#web center_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Dennis Schroder scores 18 in 4th to rally Thunder past Magic

first_img“Obviously, Dennis played an incredible second half in every aspect — defensively, offensively — and gave us great separation,” Thunder coach Billy Donovan said.George scored 31 of his 37 points in the first half and Westbrook had his fourth straight triple-double with 23 points, 14 rebounds and 14 assists, but Schroder’s five-minute run in the fourth quarter pushed Oklahoma City to its sixth straight victory Tuesday night.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chiefSPORTSWin or don’t eat: the Philippines’ poverty-driven, world-beating pool starsThe backup point guard scored 18 of his 21 points — including two 3-pointers and a pair of three-point plays — in a stretch when he hit seven consecutive shots. He outscored Orlando 18-8 by himself during that spurt, helping the Thunder rally from a five-point deficit to a 13-point lead in the process.“I do the same every night,” Schroder insisted. “I try to stay aggressive, look for my shot, look for open teammates and just make the right play. It’s not like I’m out there 48 minutes, but it’s working out so far.” Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES “No. 2, we’re fouling them in the backcourt when they’re in the bonus. It’s crazy. It’s stupid, losing basketball. And then we decide in the fourth quarter, we’re not going to pass the ball to each other. We’ve got guys dribbling out the shot clock when you’ve got to move the ball. You’re not going to win doing that.”The Thunder squandered a 15-point lead in the third and were down 101-98 in the fourth before Schroder righted the ship. He had a three-point play, a 3-pointer and a 15-foot jumper as Oklahoma City scored 10 straight points to take a 108-101 lead. He added another three-point play and 3-pointer to make it 116-103.Ross knocked down consecutive 3s to help Orlando cut the deficit to 116-111 with four minutes to play, but that was as close as the Magic got.TIP-INSThunder: George has at least two 3s in 29 straight games. Stephen Curry and James Harden are the only other players in NBA history to do that. … C Steven Adams sat out with a sore ankle.Magic: Gordon had eight points in the first two minutes, then missed his last six shots of the half. … Orlando has lost four straight home games and is 12-15 at home. … Jerian Grant played against his brother, Thunder forward Jerami Grant. Their father, Harvey Grant, had an 11-year NBA career. Jerami outscored Jerian 18-5.UP NEXTThunder: Continue their three-game road trip Friday at Miami.Magic: Continue their three-game homestand Thursday against Indiana. ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Oklahoma City Thunder’s Dennis Schroder, right, looks for a way past Orlando Magic’s Jerian Grant during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019, in Orlando, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux)ORLANDO, Florida — It’s difficult for anyone on the Oklahoma City Thunder roster to steal the spotlight from Paul George and Russell Westbrook.Dennis Schroder managed to do it during a 126-117 comeback win over the Orlando Magic.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Ben Simmons, Luka Doncic headline NBA Rising Stars lineup PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Oil plant explodes in Pampanga town Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting MOST READ Grace Poe files bill to protect govt teachers from malicious accusations US judge bars Trump’s health insurance rule for immigrants PDEA chief backs Robredo in revealing ‘discoveries’ on drug war ‘We are too hospitable,’ says Sotto amid SEA Games woes The Thunder needed a boost after George cooled off considerably in the second half. He was 11 of 16 in the first two quarters, but only 3 of 8 after halftime.“When you can do that, play with such unselfishness, it opens up things for everybody,” Donovan said.Nikola Vucevic led Orlando with 27 points and 11 rebounds. Evan Fournier had 17 points and Aaron Gordon added 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. Terrence Ross scored 16 off the bench.It was another familiar ending for the Magic, who have lost four straight and seven of eight. They had their chances, rallying from a 15-point third-quarter deficit to lead by five early in the fourth, but couldn’t sustain the comeback.“We lost No. 1 because (Oklahoma City) is good and played well,” Magic coach Steve Clifford said. “But when you’re not going to run back on every single possession — which takes no talent, by the way — they’re going to make you pay and they made us pay.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Decision day looms for British Grand Prix circuit

first_imgSilverstone may trigger a break clause in its Formula One contract next week but talks are continuing and a final decision has not yet been taken, a spokesperson for the British Grand prix circuit said on Monday.The former World War Two airfield, which hosted the first Formula One world championship race in 1950, has a contract to 2026 with a break clause on both sides from 2019 that has to be exercised two years in advance.This year’s British Grand Prix, a home race for triple world champion Lewis Hamilton, is on July 16 but Thursday, July 13, is the first day of off-track activities and a decision must be taken by then.The BRDC informed all members in a letter last December that it was giving serious thought to exercising the break clause because of the “potentially ruinous risk” posed by hosting fees that increased annually.Media reports have indicated that Silverstone will have to pay nearly 17 million pounds ($22.00 million) to host the race this year, rising to 26 million by the end of the contract.Exercising the clause would allow a new contract to be negotiated.The circuit drew 139,000 people on race day last season, although less than 100,000 were paying spectators.Formula One’s new owners Liberty Media have said they want to safeguard the sport’s historic venues, but they are also wary of actions that might encourage other circuits to seek more favourable deals.last_img read more

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Flames slam city offer on arena claim theyd incur all costs

first_imgIt didn’t take long for the Calgary Flames to respond Mayor Naheed Nenshi releasing the official details of the city’s offer for a new hockey arena Friday morning.Shortly after Nenshi spoke at City Hall, Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation President and CEO Ken King said the city was asking for the team to foot the entire bill.“Their proposal has us not only paying for everything but more when you consider incremental taxes,” King said.The city offered to pay one-third of an estimated $555 million arena, which would be paid back over time through property taxes.Another third would be paid by a ticket surcharge and the final third by CSEC, with the Flames getting 100 per cent of revenues and ownership of the arena.Nenshi did say they were open to ownership options.“If it makes more sense for the city to own and for the owners to pay rent, we could absolutely look at that,” Nenshi said. “If it makes more sense for there not to be rent, but a revenue-sharing agreement, we can look at that.“There was one big philosophical issue that we had to sort out, which is do parties who engage in paying for it get anything out of it monetarily?”But King argues his side would be paying for everything, considering the payback for the city’s investment, while deeming the surcharge would be at their expense.“If we don’t give that $8 as the contribution from our revenue source to the building fund, then it’s coming to us, so it’s our money,” he said, adding he doesn’t think can see eye-to-eye with any part of the three-way split.King was asked why the team’s wealthy owners shouldn’t simply pay themselves.“It doesn’t work,” he said. “Nobody in Edmonton is sitting in that beautiful new Rogers Place unless the deal that they put through, which was fostered and driven and argued and debated for a long time, was going to happen in any other way and it’s not going to happen in any other way here either.”King also criticized the city for the way he saw the original CalgaryNEXT proposal considered, stating the city dismissed it as a “$1.8 billion boondoggle.”When asked if city money with no strings attached was absolutely necessary for a deal to get done, King didn’t give a yes or no answer but did promote the benefit of a community revitalization levy.The levy is a provincial loan, which is then repaid by the City through property taxes from new developments.“The payback is massive,” he said. “You invest money, you build things, the taxes that come from those things pay the city back more and more.”Taking a page out of Nenshi’s playbook, King said he will release details of the Flames offer next week.“I don’t know where it’s going to end, but it’s not going to end with the city proposal that you saw this morning, it won’t work,” he said.last_img read more

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Power Outage in Goodlow and Cecil Lake areas

first_imgCECIL LAKE, B.C. – BC Hydro is reporting on their website a power outage in the Goodlow and Cecil Lake areas due to a landslide.As of Monday, May 13th, 2019 at 4:13 am approximately 100 customers are without power service as time.We will continue to update this story as more details are provided on the situation.last_img

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Ethiopia plane crash Black box found

first_imgEjere: Ethiopian Airlines has grounded all of its Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft as “an extra safety precaution” following the crash of one of its planes in which 157 people were killed, a spokesman said Monday, as Ethiopia marked a day of mourning and the plane’s damaged “black box” of data was found. Although it wasn’t yet known what caused the crash of the new plane in clear weather outside Addis Ababa on Sunday, the airline decided to ground its remaining four 737 Max 8s until further notice, spokesman Asrat Begashaw said. Ethiopian Airlines had been using five of the planes and awaiting delivery of 25 more. Some other airlines around the world were deciding to do the same. Aviation authorities in China and Indonesia along with Caribbean carrier Cayman Airways temporarily grounded their Max 8s.last_img read more

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208 FIRs DD entries registered till date

first_imgNEW DELHI: As many as 208 FIRs and daily diary (DD) entries have been registered till date against various political parties and others for violation of the model code of conduct in the run-up to the Lok Sabha elections, the poll body in Delhi said on Monday.The statistics surveillance team of the Delhi’s chief electoral officer’s (CEO) office constituted to keep an eye on the expenses of political parties, has seized Rs 3,48,86,850/crore in cash and also seized 1411.1264 kg of narcotics and drugs. “A total of 208 FIRs or DD entries have been lodged till date in connection with the violation of the model code of conduct,” Delhi CEO Ranbir Singh told reporters. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehicles”Out of these, twenty two are against the Aam Aadmi Party (13 FIRs and 9 DD entries), Thirty Three against the Bharatiya Janata Party (16 FIRs and 17 DD entries), Eleven against the Congress (3 FIRs and8 DD entries), one against the Bahujan Samaj Party (one DD entry), one against Samajwadi Party (one DD entry), and 95 against others or non-political (entities),” the CEO office said. The Delhi CEO office said more than 3.33 lakh posters, banners and hoardings have been removed since the poll code came into force. “As many as 30,533 posters, banners and hoardings were removed from areas under the New Delhi Municipal Council, 43,075 from East Delhi Municipal Corporation areas, 2,411 from Delhi Cantonment Board, 1,08,028 from South Delhi Municipal Corporation, and 95,317 from North Delhi Municipal Corporation areas,” the statement from CEO office said.last_img read more

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