Eighteen-year-old Naomi Adams, called “Shortee”, who recently admitted to unlawfully killing overseas-based Professor Pariedeau Mars, also called “Perry”, in furtherance of a robbery, had her sentencing further postponed to July 16, 2019.The teen, who was represented by Attorney-at-Law Mark Conway on her first appearance, opted to plead guilty to a manslaughter charge which stated that on May 12, 2016 in the county of Demerara, she killed Mars, in the furtherance of a robbery.18-year-old Naomi Adams, called “Shortee”Moreover, the trial judge, Justice Navindra Singh had postponed the teen’s sentencing to Monday to accommodate a probation report; however, the sentencing was further postponed to July 16, 2019.Two other accomplices of Adams – Nikkisha Dover and Orin McCrae – are also expected to be sentenced after they too had opted to plead guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter.Five teens were originally slapped with a murder charge; however, three of the accused have taken guilty pleas with the other two expected to stand trial.According to Police reports, 75-year-old Mars, of Bissessar Avenue, Prashad Nagar, Greater Georgetown, was found bound and beaten in his home about 18:30h on the day in question by his wife. He was subsequently rushed to a hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.Professor Pariedeau MarsInvestigations revealed that an accused, who was 17 years old at the time was known to the now dead man as she would visit his home from time to time; it was further revealed that the said accused confessed to conspiring with her boyfriend to rob the elderly man as he was home alone that particular day.
As Guyana prepares for production of oil in 2020, there has been much debate about whether the country struck a good enough deal with US oil giant ExxonMobil and what could have been done to secure a better deal, given the enormity of the oil find in this South American country.The question in relation to whether Guyana secured a good or bad deal was avoided by Senior Finance Minister Winston Jordan on Monday, when he was asked the question at a press conference. He said while the deal has already been made, Guyana still has a chance to experience real growth.“We can discuss this over and over, but I believe the positive that you can take away is that we now have resources coming to Guyana that can finally put Guyana on the path to sustained high-end development, where two per cent and three per cent can become things of the past.”The Minister noted however, that it also depends on how well the country uses these resources, lamenting that it is a complete waste of time to argue whether or not Guyana may have received a good or bad deal. He said that what is now important is for Guyanese to look to the future with hope for development.Jordan stated clearly, “It is not for me to be happy or unhappy.” However, he said Cabinet has the ultimate and collective responsibility to approve documents and the ExxonMobil contract was discussed and a determination was made as to what percentage of profits Government should get.The Minister pointed out that the coalition Government did not have full control over what kind of deal Guyana secured, because the previous People’s Progressive Party/Civic Government were the ones who initially negotiated the contract with ExxonMobil and accepted a one per cent royalty fee.“With all this issue about good deal and so on, you are making an assumption that we renegotiated the contract. That contract was already in place; we inherited that contract,” Jordan affirmed.Asked whether he thinks it was a badly negotiated deal, Jordan deflected from the question and was quick to point out that the then Government may have negotiated based on what was available to them then. “At the time when this deal was put together by the last Government, you have to ask what cards did we hold. Did we know anything was under there?” he further questioned.Guyana is poised to make huge profits from the oil industry, with the country projected to produce an estimated 100,000 barrels of oil per day. Annual profits, based on an average price of US$50 per barrel, could reach some G$45 billion annually, Guyanese financial analyst, Sasenarine Singh has said.Singh said this figure was based on his assessment of the recent International Monetary Fund (IMF) report on Guyana, which stated that the revenue-sharing agreement sets the Government’s share at 50 per cent of “profit oil”.The IMF has further stated that 75 per cent of total oil revenues will initially be allocated for cost recovery, and the Government’s share will be 12.5 per cent. Singh said based on his understanding of how the oil recovery mechanism would work, this can be the status quo for approximately 10 years.The IMF has however warned the country against any excessive borrowing or an exorbitant increase in public spending ahead of the signalled start of commercial production in 2020 by ExxonMobil and its partners offshore Guyana in the Stabroek bloc.The international body welcomed the authorities’ plans to establish a comprehensive framework for managing oil wealth, and stressed the importance of having a transparent and rules based framework in place before oil production starts.Exxon’s oil find in Guyana has attracted international attention, with a number of seminars being held over time. In addition, assistance is being provided by the IMF to boost Guyana’s administrative capacity to handle the expected inflow of revenue.
10. Frank Lampard – Click the arrow to see which player names sell the most shirts – The Premier League have revealed the top 10 selling shirt names in their newly published 2013/14 season review and at no.10 it’s Lampard. Chelsea fans will be pained to see one of their favourite sons pulling on the blue of Man City this season, but last year it was another blue shirt featuring his name that was among the highest selling in the Premier League. 5. Mesut Ozil – Click the arrow for more – There is nothing better than a club record signing to boost shirt sales and following Arsenals £42.5m signing of Mesut Ozil last summer, Gooners flocked to the stores in their hoards to snap up the Germans jersey. 10 3. Luis Suarez – Click the arrow for more – By far the best player in the top flight (and arguably world football) last season, there should be little surprise that Luis Suarezs shirt sold the third most in 2013/14. Will Sturridge sell the same? 8. Juan Mata – Click the arrow for more – Juan Mata played for two clubs last season, and as can be seen from his inclusion in this list, he was certainly popular with both Chelsea and Man United fans. 2. Steven Gerrard – Click the arrow for more – Star names come and go, but Steven Gerrards affinity with Liverpool will last forever and it seems as though that resonates with every strata of the clubs support. The Kop captain sold the second highest amount of shirts last season in the Premier League. 10 As everyone knows, football is big business. From transfer fees to player wages, money talks, and none more so is that the case than in the beautiful game.Following James Rodriguez’s highly publicised switch to Real Madrid, it was reported that the club had recouped almost a third of his transfer fee through shirt sales within a matter of weeks – making him one of the world’s most popular players.But who is the most popular in England? The Premier League have revealed the top ten in their newly published 2013/14 season review.Click the arrow on the right to find out who is number one… 7. Sergio Aguero – Click the arrow for more – Forever a Man City hero for his heroics on the pitch, Sergio Aguero remains the most popular City play off it, with his shirt out-selling each of his team-mates. 10 4. Eden Hazard – Click the arrow for more – Unquestionably one of the Premier Leagues top performers last season, Eden Hazards reputation as one of the worlds best is surely underlined with the volume of shirts he sells. 10 6. Wayne Rooney – Click the arrow for more – Whether he has a brilliant or an indifferent season, one thing is guaranteed Wayne Rooney sells shirts. The Manchester United and England man sold the sixth highest amount of jerseys of Premier League players last season. 9. Shinji Kagawa – Click the arrow for more – Dont underestimate the power of a global fan base. While his on pitch fortunes left a lot to be desired, Shinji Kagawa certainly helped Man United off it, with his shirt shifting huge numbers world-wide. 10 10 10 10 10 10 1. Robin van Persie – He delivered Man United their 20th title the previous year, but it seems as though Robin van Persie remains the Premier Leagues most popular player, as he sold the highest amount of shirts for the second year running.
0Shares0000The newly refurbished Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega hosted the opening ceremony for the 2017 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Jan 4- Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia are considering using the newly refurbished Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega for their CAF Champions League home matches due to the unavailability of both the Kasarani and Nyayo Stadia which are under renovation.With the two unavailable, Gor and by extension AFC Leopards who will play in the Confederations Cup are left with either Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos or Bukhungu, the only two remaining CAF accredited stadia in the country. However, Gor are faced with a dilemma over the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos as they were banned by Governor Alfred Mutua in 2014 due to fracas that followed after their match against Sofapaka.“We are weighing up the options that we have, which are only two anyway and we will have a meeting soon to discuss. I am thinking that Bukhungu will be a good option for us but let’s wait and see what comes out of the meeting,” Gor Mahia Chief Executive Officer Lordvick Aduda told Capital Sport.Gor Mahia striker Meddie Kagere celebrating after scoring the opener against Tusker FC. Photo/GOR MAHIAThe other option for them, the Moi Stadium in Kisumu which has been their long standing de facto home ground, is not fit to host any international match due to lack of changing rooms.Teams and match officials were forced to change in makeshift tents when the facility hosted the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup semi-finals last month.“The option for us would have been Kisumu but it is such a shame that a big county such as that cannot have good facilities. Hopefully the County Government can take up the challenge and construct better facilities in the stadium because I don’t think it will take much,” Aduda advised.K’Ogalo begin their continental campaign at home against Madagascan champions Leones Vegetarianos Fútbol Club and if they win they will square out with the winner between Esperance du Tunis and Mauritania’s ASAC Concorde in the first round.The club has already began its pre-season training but just like their mates Leopards, they might not engage in friendly matches outside the country due to inadequate funding following the withdrawal of sponsors SportPesa.-Transfers-Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna celebrates his goal against Chemelil Sugar in a Kenyan Premier League clash at the Thika Stadium on May 10, 2017. PHOTO/CourtesyMeanwhile, the only transfer target the club is working on is Ulinzi Stars’ Samuel Onyango.“We are yet to finalize with him because as we know, he is a soldier and there are procedures to be followed before he leaves Ulinzi. The procedure has already been initiated and ours is to wait. He is also legally contracted to Ulinzi Stars,” Aduda said.He added. “We are still hopeful that he can come over but it is out of our control. If the process concludes before the window closes, good for us. If not, we have no choice.”He has also refuted claims that their new acquisition Lawrence Juma from Nzoia Sugar might be in trouble for double signing after former champions Tusker also claimed to have had a contractual agreement with him before he signed for Gor.“I don’t think what Tusker are alleging is factual. We engaged with the player’s clubs before his contract ended (On January 3) and even paid the mandatory development fee. We obtained a release letter from Nzoia before contracting the player. We have followed the whole due process,” Aduda said.Tusker also claimed that former Ulinzi Stars man Stephen Waruru who signed for Sofapaka on a one-year deal had signed a contract with them before deciding to join Batoto ba Mungu. They have forwarded both cases to KPL.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today)
“I think he brings plenty in our team and I think it’s also not easy for the new players to come into the Premier League but for him, he’s unbelievable,” Mane told Premier League Productions.“He’s started great and we are here to help him more to get to his best and I am sure he will do something special here.”The two players were teammates at RB Salzburg for a brief spell back in 2014, and Mane has revealed that he kept in touch with Keita after they parted ways.“I think I spoke to Naby every single weekend because I knew him before, we played together in Salzburg. [I was there for] two years and then I left and came to the Premier League and he went to Germany,” added Mane.“Still we kept in touch all the time and the first time he talked to me about Liverpool I said ‘welcome, this is a family, not a club – you will enjoy it’. He is always telling me he can’t believe how amazing Liverpool is.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000“He’s started great and we are here to help him more to get to his best and I am sure he will do something special here.” Said Sadio ManeLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 30 – Sadio Mane says Liverpool teammate Naby Keita is an incredible player and believes he will make a big impact at the Merseyside club this season.Keita joined the Reds from RB Leipzig in July but has already slotted in seamlessly in Jurgen Klopp’s side, starting in each of the club’s three Premier League victories.
The Government needs to support the Irish haulage industry according to Finn Valley county councillor Patrick McGowan.The Fianna Fail councillor said the haulage industry is a vital link to mainland Europe for the whole island of Ireland for industries such as agriculture sector.Recent news that a large National haulage company is to cease trading with the loss of almost 400 jobs, is very working and is in keeping with what the Haulage Trade has been saying for some time now, he said. “The Government cannot sit idly by and watch the Irish haulage industry disintegrate. They need to immediately bring forward legislative measures to safeguard the industry,” said Cllr Mc Gowan .“The collapse of Target Express is a clear signal that Irish haulage sector has been in a state of crisis for some time now , and nearly 20% of haulage companies have gone out of business since 2012 representing 5,000 jobs losses.“The spiraling cost of fuel has hugely impacted on haulers, fuel now accounts for 50% of these companies’ cost based compared to 30% previously. International haulers also have an advantage over Irish companies as they can benefit from a fuel rebate. Law abiding haulers are also placed at an unfair disadvantage as unscrupulous operators are using laundered green diesel. This reduces the competitiveness of legitimate companies and we know the slightest advantage can be the difference between a company surviving and not.”The road haulage industry contributes over €1 billion to the general exchequer but receives no financial assistance from the Government. The Donegal councillor says if it is to survive something must be done by the Government to ease the pressure.“The industry is under attack, its collapse would severely impact on our competitiveness internationally. It would also be hugely problematic transporting goods within Ireland and between Ireland and our important overseas markets, especially during the winter months due to the adverse weather condition.Higher transport Cost’s will mean consumers in Ireland paying more for their goods.Cllr Mc Gowan said the Government needs to consider proposals to implement a fuel rebate scheme for haulage companies together with a mechanism to address the impact of laundered fuel.“Recent Proposal’s from the Haulage could benefit the overall tax take if Haulage firms bought more fuel in Ireland instead of filling on the continent before returning home . GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT HAULAGE INDUSTRY – CLLR MCGOWAN was last modified: August 29th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
ALLIANZ FOOTBALL FINALS: Congratulations to Scoil Chartha,Kilcar on winning the boys Roinn 3 county football title last week in Glenfin where they defeated Kilmacrennan NS. This Tues. May 1st the girls Roinn 3 final will see Kilmacrennan NS in action as they take on Scoil Mhuire, Glenties at the Burn Road in Termon @ 12pm.Roinn 1 Stranorlar 2-11 v Gaelscoil, Leitir Ceanainn 3-4 (Boys) Roinn 1 Scoil Iosagain, Buncrana 7-9 v Lurgybrack 2-5 (Girls)Roinn 2 Tooban v Creevy (Boys)Roinn 2 Scoil Eoin, Moville v Scoil Aodh Rua & NualaRoinn 3 Kilmacrennan NS 1-10 v Scoil Chartha,Kilcar 5-6 (Boys) Roinn 3 Kilmacrennan NS v Glenties (Girls)- Tues. 1st May @ 12pm in TermonRoinn 4 Downings v Malin/ Gaelscoil, Four Masters (Boys)Roinn 4 Derrybeg v Frosses (Girls)Roinn 5 (Blitz final) Coimín/Belcruit/Leitir/Mín Tíne Dé/ (Boys) on Fri. 4th May @ 10am in GlenfinRoinn 5 (Blitz final) Stramore/Ranafast/Mín Tíne Dé/Drimnacross (Girls) on FRi. 4th May @ 10am in GlenfinMINI 7s: The county trials in this competition were held on the Letterkenny Gaels pitch on Mon. 30th April in football (boys & girls), hurling and camogie. The standard was high throughout with selectors having a tough task in the final selection process. Children will be notified through their schools if they have been selected. CO. ROUNDERS FINALS: (small schools) 12th May @ 1pm; (large schools) 19th May @ 3.30pmULSTER INDOOR: Congratulations to the girls from Scoil Mhuire, Glenties on their recent success in winning the Ulster Indoor football title in Tyrone. The girls overcame Carrickmore NS in the final on a scoreline of 0-7 to 1-3. This was a great achievement as they became the first girls team from the county to win this title.HURLING EXHIBITION GAME: Children from schools in the Gweedore area will play schools from the Tooban/Bridgend area in a half-time exhibition game at the Nicky Rackhard hurling championship game between Donegal and Roscommon in O’Donnell Park, Letterkenny @ 2.30pm on Sat. 5th May. Children are asked to assemble at the front of the stand @ 2pm.WEBSITE: The board have recently launched a new website that includes regular news and updates. Teachers & children are encouraged to view this website for relevant infomation. The address is cumanndonegal.com GAA SCHOOL NOTES was last modified: May 1st, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA school notes
revealed What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas ALTERED silverware Manchester United will be wearing their new kit during their pre-season tour of the United States.But Jose Mourinho’s got off to a shaky start with a 1-1 draw with Club America. impact 3 Fans would have been flocking to the website to check out their team’s new strip.Despite the new striped design, the supporters were distracted by the spelling error.Surprisingly, “Lakaku” was printed on the back of the shirt in bold letters.The United website realised their mistake the image was deleted and immediately re-uploaded. NEW ERA latest Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack 3 The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Manchester United suffered a monumental gaffe on the club’s US website.The Reds managed to spell Romelu Lukaku’s name wrong on the back of the new striped jersey. England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won predicted Manchester United managed to get Romelu Lukaku’s number correct on the shirt BIG PRESENTS UP TOP gameday cracker Lukaku bagged 26 goals for the Reds last season, so he’d expect to have his name spelt right.Fans will have to have to fork out £126.85 to buy Manchester United’s new home kit – and that’s just the replica.An elite version, which is said to be similar to what the players wear on the pitch, costs a staggering £198.The upcoming Premier League season marks the first time in history that the average full kit costs above £100. Most Read in Football 3 How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT BEST OF United’s new kit features a new striped design
Heartbroken Lorraine Gallagher has said that only the strength of her two young boys has helped her survive the worst year of her life.The late Erin and Shannon Gallagher.Lorraine was speaking to Donegal Daily on the eve of the anniversary of her daughter Erin’s death a year ago.The Ballybofey mum’s world fell to pieces over the space of six horrific weeks last year when both her daughters, Erin, 13, and Shannon, 15 took their own lives. Now Lorraine says she does not how she would have got through her ordeal but for the birth of her son Lennon and her other son Sean James, 6.Fighting back tears, Lorraine said she has been forced to find an inner-strength she never thought she had to fight on. “There were times when I just thought I would never get through it without Erin and Shannon.“They were my life and to lose them so suddenly will always leave a huge hole in my heart.Lorraine Gallagher“But I knew that I had to stay strong for my son Sean James. “And when Lennon came along, it was as if I had been given even more reason to stay and help make as best a life as I could for the two boys. “The girls doted on Sean James and they would have been exactly the same with Lennon.“I know this is what they would have wanted.“I used to have a house full of girls but now I have a house full of boys I have to look after,” she said.Lorraine is trying to lead as normal a life as possible and even got engaged to partner Phelim Quinn.However, Lorraine, 37, says there is not an hour goes past when something does not remind her of Shannon or Erin. “It’s the little things in life that make you think of them. All the good times we had together and the fun.“I might watch a television show that the girls liked or hear a song from a band that they liked and it will bring all the memories flooding back.“We squeezed a lot of good times into the few short years we were all together,” said LorraineLorraine, partner Phelim and her two sons will attend a special anniversary mass for Erin tomorrow (SUN). In November they repeat the occasion again when they recall the life of Shannon, 15.Shannon took her life saying she could just not carry on without her little sister and best friend Erin.Erin was found dead by Lorraine in their Ballybofey home on October 27th claims that she was being bullied online.Both girls had been students at Finn Valley College.Their deaths sparked a huge investigation into online bullying including the ask-fm site on which Lorraine claimed her youngest daughter was being cyber-bullied on.“Like all girls they would have wanted their own day.“We will recall Erin’s life on Sunday and remember all the good times we had with her and of course Shannon but it will be Erin’s day.“I have bought flowers and we will visit her grave.“We will do the same again in November when it will be Shannon’s day,” said Lorraine.Lorraine admits that she still strives for questions and is still angry at the passing of her two daughters.“I have a very good solicitor in Patsy Gallagher and I am happy to allow the legal path to take its course.“I can’t say too much because it is an ongoing legal situation but I am still very angry at a lot of people in authority,” she said.As the first anniversary of her youngest daughter arrives, Lorraine knows exactly where the beloved sisters would have spent today if they were alive.“They would have been in the Finn Valley Centre watching Jason Quigley fight for gold for Ireland. I have no doubt about it.“Both of them boxed and Katie Taylor was their hero. They would have been in the middle of it all having fun like all the other teenagers.“Their friends will be there and I hope they enjoy themselves and appreciate how lucky they all are.“I meet Shannon and Erin’s friends all the time and they are so good to me.“They know the real people Shannon and Erin were and how much they were loved by the people that matter.“And that’s all that matters to me,” she said.ANNIVERSARY HEARTACHE – I LIVE FOR MY BOYS NOW MY GIRLS ARE GONE was last modified: October 26th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ask.fmErin GallagherLOrraine Gallaghershannon gallagherSUICIDE
A great turn-out of more than 260 runners took part in the Finn Valley Athletic Club Spring Series race today.The Finn Valley trackThe winner was Paul Leck from Finn Valley AC with a great time of 16.33.Well done to all who took part. The following is a list of all runners who took part and their times.1 94 16.33 Paul Leck SM Finn Valley A C2 262 16.47 Gavin Crawford SM 24/7 Triathlon3 39 17.17 Adam Freil SM Letterkenny A 4 216 17.31 Darren McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C5 203 17.42 Seamus O’Donnell SM Convoy6 270 18.00 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A7 343 18.03 Paddy Penrose SM Finn Valley A C8 160 18.45 Matthew McLaughlin SM Foyle Valley 9 53 18.49 Catriona Devine SW Finn Valley A C10 159 18.55 Michael McGowan SM Foyle Valley11 251 19.15 Jimmy Renfrew SM Individual12 257 19.26 Patrick McConigley JM Individual 13 206 19.30 Vincent McPartland SM Individual14 200 19.37 Michael Burke SM Individual15 20 19.39 Craig Phair SM Individual16 282 19.50 Michael Penrose SM Finn Valley A C17 350 19.55 Paddy Costello SM Individual18 187 20.01 Colm McElwaine SM Individual19 256 20.07 James McCahill JM Individual20 250 20.08 Eugene Gallen SM Individual21 235 20.12 Peter McMenamin SM Individual22 252 20.17 Alan Caterson SM Finn Valley A C23 43 20.18 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C24 218 20.20 Pauric McDyer SM Individual25 116 20.21 Richie Duncan SM Castlefinn R26 260 20.29 John McFadden SM Individual27 161 20.32 Niall Gildea SM Individual28 208 20.35 Terry McFadden SM Milford A C29 195 20.46 Drew Doherty SM Individual30 170 20.48 Michael Gallagher SM Individual31 202 20.51 Adrian McHugh SM Individual32 223 20.55 Barry Gallagher SM Individual33 273 20.58 Aaron O’Hagan SM Individual34 1 21.00 Martin Anderson M40 Finn Valley A C35 191 21.11 Doc Doherty M45 Finn Valley A C36 240 21.11 Patrick McNamee SM Individual37 197 21.11 Paul Whelan SW Finn Valley A C38 51 21.13 Eimear McDermott W40 Finn Valley A C39 193 21.20 Barry Chambers SM Individual40 299 21.23 Michael Maguire SM Individual41 239 21.25 terry McDevitt SM Individual42 163 21.27 Andy Scanlon SM Finn Valley A C43 155 21.27 Adrian Gill SM Individual44 268 21.30 Anthony Kelly SM Individual45 219 21.31 Rodney Irwin SM Individual46 321 21.35 Eilish Patton SW Finn Valley A C47 348 21.38 Gavin Harris SM Convoy48 19 21.40 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A C49 292 21.43 Mark McCafferty SM Finn Valley A C50 21 21.44 Tony Gallagher SM Individual51 207 21.49 Gary Neally SM Individual52 243 21.53 Patrick Brennan SM Individual53 263 21.54 Paul Ferns SM Individual54 317 21.57 Tim McLaughlin SM Individual55 271 21.58 Damien Patton SM Individual56 241 22.00 Eamon Connolly SM Individual57 272 22.07 Garvin Boyce SM Individual58 186 22.10 Patick Carr SM Individual59 119 22.12 Adrian Devine SM Castlefinn60 23 22.14 Ashlean McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C61 167 22.20 Sean O’Donnell M50 Lifford A C62 106 22.21 Kevin Greenan SM Unattached63 306 22.26 Declan Carlin SM Finn Valley A C64 201 22.26 Colm Cleary SM Individual65 259 22.30 Karl Sweeney SM Individual66 274 22.33 Anthony O’Hagan SM Individual67 288 22.34 Colin Mooney SM Individual68 351 22.35 Thomas Maguire SM Individual69 22 22.37 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A C70 177 22.38 James Stevenson SM Individual71 308 22.40 Mickey Flyod SM Individual72 247 22.42 Christopher Gallagher SM Individual73 211 22.44 Isacc McLaughlin SM FVLC Begin to74 285 22.50 James Maguire SM Finn Valley A C75 303 22.55 Brian Westman SM Individual76 231 22.57 Stephen Stewart SM Individual77 298 22.57 Gerry Maguire SM Individual78 41 23.08 Carl Houston SM Castlefinn79 224 23.09 Shaun McGlynn SM Individual80 320 23.10 Brian Patton SM Finn Valley A C81 284 23.11 Emmett O’Donnell SM Individual82 301 23.13 Noel Moore SM Individual83 305 23.14 Sean Toner SM Convoy84 244 23.18 Jason Regan SM Individual85 261 23.19 Edel McGlynn SW Finn Valley A C86 300 23.22 Gareth Doherty SM Individual87 66 23.27 Noel Duffy M35 Individual88 324 23.34 Andrew McCollum SM Individual89 171 23.36 Cronan Scanlon SM Finn Valley A C90 24 23.49 Evelyn McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C91 61 23.51 Joanne Campbell SW Finn Valley A C92 225 23.51 Richard Sleigh SM Individual93 118 24.04 Eugene Boyle M40 Castlefinn94 100 24.22 Eamonn Diver SM Individual95 345 24.28 Ciaran Murphy SM FVLC Begin to96 283 24.32 PJ McMenamin SM Individual97 258 24.33 Brian Doherty SM Individual98 296 24.33 Darrell Maguire SM Finn Valley A C99 110 24.34 Caroline McGuire W40 Finn Valley A C100 117 24.39 Joey O’Leary M40 Castlefinn101 32 24.44 Goretti Marley SW Finn Valley A C102 157 24.53 Ryan Galvin JM Finn Valley A C103 309 24.54 Mark Gildea SM Individual104 199 24.55 Emma Bates SW Finn Valley A C105 209 25.02 Paul Gallen SM Individual106 145 25.07 Lisa McGlynn SW Castlefinn107 141 25.10 Sinead McMenamin Collins SW Castlefinn108 109 25.14 Denis McGill SM Individual109 130 25.16 Marcella McBride SW Castlefinn110 312 25.20 Ben McLaren JM North111 144 25.29 Amanda McBrearty SW Castlefinn112 178 25.33 Ryan Gallagher JM Finn Valley A C113 183 25.45 Angela McNamee SW Individual114 9 25.45 David Devlin SM Individual115 307 25.45 Emma Lawne SW Individual116 26 25.45 Diane Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C117 72 25.47 Simon McDevitt SM Individual118 42 25.48 Dónal Bonner SM Finn Valley A C119 168 25.50 Martin Langan M40 Individual120 325 25.51 Christopher Diver SM Individual121 25 25.54 Frances Wilson SW Finn Valley A C122 162 25.54 John Wilson SM Individual123 228 25.56 Eileen Morning SW Individual124 33 25.56 Mary Martin SW Finn Valley A C125 281 25.57 Tina McHugh SW Individual126 221 26.16 Aine McElchar SW Individual127 131 26.18 Laura Whiteduncan SW Castlefinn128 323 26.20 George Staniewski SM Individual129 236 26.22 Josh McMenamin JM Individual130 254 26.24 Alan Mailey SM Convoy131 310 26.25 Shannon McElhill JW North132 226 26.29 Jack Marley JM Individual133 184 26.32 Sean McMenamin SM Individual134 314 26.42 Zoe McClanchon JW North135 2 26.43 Martina McDermot SW Individual136 289 26.47 Jane Thompson SW North137 115 26.49 Gaynor Hindley SW Individual138 322 26.54 Mark Hiden SM Individual139 302 26.54 Owen Gallinagh SM Individual140 230 27.09 Callan Lafferty JM Individual141 59 27.09 Kerri Rowan SW Finn Valley A C142 190 27.15 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C143 304 27.15 Tanya Carson SW Individual144 287 27.21 Lorraine Duffy SW Individual145 267 27.22 Brendan Martin SM Individual146 180 27.24 Catherine McDevitt SW Individual147 132 27.34 Natasha White SW Castlefinn148 165 27.34 Aaron Beecroft SM Individual149 166 27.38 Darren Beecroft SM Individual150 279 27.46 Elaine Parke SW Individual151 189 27.47 Clement Clarke SM Lifford A C152 30 27.51 Antonette Coyle SW Finn Valley A C153 179 27.55 Clara Carroll SW Individual154 185 27.56 Maria Carberry SW Individual155 295 27.58 Margaret Doherty SW Individual156 143 27.59 Julie McNamee SW Castlefinn157 142 28.00 Lisa McGlinchey SW Castlefinn158 294 28.03 Lisa McMonagle SW Raphoe159 154 28.07 Lynne Parke SW Convoy160 232 28.09 Janet Harper SW Individual161 222 28.10 John Magee SM Individual162 48 28.14 Aiden Gallen JM Individual163 188 28.15 Paul Finn SM Finn Valley A C164 276 28.15 David Connors SM Individual165 269 28.15 Dermot Kilpatrick SM Individual166 27 28.18 Debbie Campbell SW Finn Valley A C167 277 28.33 Damien Lynch SM Individual168 275 28.36 James McGinley SM Individual169 315 28.38 Martina Conway SW Individual170 291 28.38 Jonathon Mitchell SM FVLC Begin to171 246 28.41 Anthony Gallagher SM Individual172 44 28.44 AnneMarie Reynolds SW Individual173 194 28.49 Charlotte O’Connell SW Individual174 297 28.49 Niamh McFadden SW Individual175 123 28.50 Corina Catterson Flynn SW Castlefinn176 124 28.59 Mary McGranaghan W40 Castlefinn177 134 29.09 Paulette O’Leary SW Castlefinn178 278 29.13 Fiona Henderson SW Individual179 74 29.15 Miriam O’Donnell SW Individual180 71 29.19 Kay Bonner SW Convoy181 121 29.21 Mick Flynn SM Castlefinn182 220 29.23 Ian Crawford SM Individual183 319 29.23 John Conaghan SM Individual184 255 29.29 Hannah McCloy SW Individual185 111 29.33 Cathal McGuire JM Finn Valley A C186 352 29.34 Madge Toye SW Individual187 237 29.37 Maire Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C188 204 29.38 Martina Grant SW Convoy189 253 29.39 Jason Peoples SM Individual190 97 29.41 Diana McGarrigle SW Finn Valley A C191 95 29.50 Caroline Britton SW Petigoe192 234 29.53 Michelle McMenamin SW Individual193 205 29.57 Avril Larkin SW Individual194 138 29.58 Andriena McGlinchey SW Castlefinn195 151 30.05 Tracey Matthewson SW Castlefinn196 140 30.06 Loretta McNulty SW Castlefinn197 245 30.06 Kevin McHugh SM Finn Valley A C198 192 30.08 Louise Dowling SW Individual199 146 30.19 Fionnuala McBride SW Castlefinn200 63 30.40 Reece Furey Brogan JM Individual201 169 30.50 Eamon Lanagn M40 Individual202 67 30.52 Marie Duffy SW Individual203 107 30.56 Jacqueline Monaghan SW Petigoe204 242 31.01 Hugo Maguire SM Individual205 114 31.11 Loretta Devenney SW Individual206 172 31.18 Wendy Scanlon SW Individual207 164 31.44 Christine Gallen SW Finn Valley A C208 105 31.53 Giles Gilchrist SM Individual209 214 31.59 Finn McLaughlin SM FVLC Begin to210 266 32.10 Anne McElchar SW Individual211 229 32.36 Louise Doherty SW Individual212 101 32.37 Susan Doherty SW Finn Valley A C213 210 32.44 Helen Logue SW FVLC Begin to214 52 32.47 Karen Smith SW Individual215 139 32.51 Donna Curran SW Castlefinn216 122 33.04 Declan Lynch M40 Castlefinn217 54 33.16 Ezarah Doherty SW Individual218 125 33.39 Emma Conaghan SW Castlefinn219 293 33.46 Meave Gilligan SW FVLC Begin to220 248 33.46 Betty Gallen SW Finn Valley A C221 238 34.05 Teresa McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C222 182 34.06 Heather Montgomery SW Individual223 264 34.10 Christina Patton SW Individual224 290 34.11 Megan Thompson SW North225 227 34.14 Daniel Marley JM Individual226 56 34.15 Selina Russell SW Finn Valley A C227 156 34.22 EveAnne McCarron SW Raphoe228 217 34.30 Sinead Kelly SW Raphoe229 50 35.04 Karen Gallen JW Individual230 62 35.05 Mary Furey SW Finn Valley A C231 70 35.06 Catherine Finn SW Individual232 68 35.24 Richard Flynn SM Individual233 318 35.24 Angela McLaughlin SW Individual234 46 35.45 Caoimhe O’Deorain JW Individual235 47 36.01 Frank O’Deorain SM Individual236 286 36.06 Mary Penrose SW Finn Valley A C237 213 36.18 Niall Brady Devenny JM FVLC Begin to238 212 36.22 Cahir Brady Devenny JM FVLC Begin to239 99 36.28 Jacqueline Cadger SW Individual240 128 36.28 Louise Ferry W45 Castlefinn241 196 36.42 Noreen Whelan SW FVLC Begin to242 198 36.42 Teresa Brown SW Individual243 313 37.40 Becky McClaughry SW North244 311 37.41 Karen McLaren SW North245 341 37.50 Maoliosa McCabe SW Individual246 149 37.54 Rachel Leeper SW Castlefinn247 133 38.02 Linda Catterson SW Castlefinn248 135 38.26 Nicole McConnell SW Castlefinn249 215 38.38 Annette Gildea SW FVLC Begin to250 181 40.05 Amanda Duffy SW Individual251 126 41.04 Marie Lynch SW Castlefinn252 176 41.07 Angela McHugh SW Lifford A C253 233 41.08 Joan McHugh SW Lifford A C254 174 41.08 Allsion Johnson SW Convoy255 175 41.08 Debragh Coyle SW Individual256 173 41.08 Olivia Gillen SW Convoy257 349 42.47 Patricia O’Brien SW Finn Valley A C258 49 43.18 Liz Gallen SW Individual259 137 43.35 Rachelle Catterson SW Castlefinn260 148 44.08 Diane Leeper SW Castlefinn261 344 46.54 Pamela Doherty SW Individual262 340 47.21 Caoilfhinn McCabe SM Individual263 342 47.21 Caroline McCabe SW Individual264 280 47.43 Geraldine McGonagle SW IndividualTotal Runners: 264LECK IS HOME FIRST AS MORE THAN 260 TURN OUT FOR FINN VALLEY 5K SPRING SERIES was last modified: February 9th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Finn Valley ACSpring Series