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Heartbreaking

first_imgDear Editor,Heartbreaking best describes the death of seven-year-old fire victim, Shaniya Persaud.While the doctors tried their best, in the end, an angel soared into heaven.Shaniya fought bravely and valiantly and her spirit and courage will write the epitaph of a champion.Rest in peace little girl and my condolences to the grieving family and friends.Sincerely,Shamshun Mohamedlast_img

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“Lookout man” arraigned with double murder

first_imgMurder of Pandit, sonThirty-year-old Orlando Douglas of Garnett Street, Georgetown was on Tuesday afternoon arraigned before a Georgetown magistrate, charged with the murders of 61-year-old Pandit Deonarine Liliah and his 28-year-old son Omkar Liliah, allegedly committed between July 7 and 10 at the Liliahs’ home at Delph and Craig Streets, Campbellville, Georgetown during the furtherance of a robbery.Douglas was not required to plead to the indictable charge.Attorney representing Douglas, Melvin Duke, argued that his client had been randomly picked out of a crowd that had gathered at the scene of the crime on July 10. He charged that Douglas was not found with any tools or weapons, and contended that the accused is being tortured to make certain “confessions” regarding the matter.The Police Prosecutor, however, told the court that the accused was found in possession of a mobile phone that belonged to one of the dead men.Douglas has been remanded to prison until July 31, when the case is set for recall.A tale of horrorIt was previously reported that Douglas, who is known to the Police, was caught selling two mobile phones on Leopold Street, Georgetown on Friday evening. Upon checking the phones, it was discovered that the handsets belonged to the now dead pandit and his son. As such, the young man was arrested and interrogated, during which he reportedly told detectives that the plan to rob the Liliahs had been in the pipeline for quite some time.He confessed that, on July 7, he and an accomplice had gone to the pandit’s premises, and after staking it out for some time, executed their plan.The young man reportedly told detectives that he kept guard a short distance away, while his accomplice scaled the fence and entered the pandit’s home through a front door.He told detectives that his accomplice realised that the younger Liliah was at home alone, and he and the now dead man reportedly had a scuffle, during which he stabbed the young man several times, and left him to die in a pool of blood.The killer then ransacked the house in search of money and jewellery, and as he was packing the loot, the pandit reportedly returned home, only to find his son’s bloodied and lifeless body lying on the floor.Before the pandit could raise an alarm, the killer confronted him and stabbed him to death.With both men dead, the suspect claimed, his accomplice left the house with two bags containing personal belongings of the now dead Liliahs. They eventually met up on Sheriff Street, Georgetown with the intention of splitting the loot, but he instead was reportedly given two phones.On the day of the discovery, the younger Liliah’s body was found lying face down on the floor in a pool of blood with a red jersey wrapped around his head. There were three stab wounds to his back, one each to the left and right side abdomen, and two to his chest.The elder Liliah was found lying on his back in the living room. He was clad in a pair of white long pants and a multi-coloured jersey, and his face was covered with a multi-coloured jersey. He had sustained four stab wounds to his abdomen, four to his left side, one to the lower back, and one to the right hip.There was no sign of forced entry into the home. However, CCTV footage collected from nearby buildings revealed that a male had scaled the fence and had entered the premises through a front door. After some time, he was seen leaving the house with two bulky bags and a bucket.last_img read more

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RCMP investigating suspicious death in Taylor

first_imgThe name of the female in custody cannot be released until she has been charged and appeared before a judge.The Fort St. John General Investigations Section, the Forensic Identification Section, General Duty members and the Prince George Major Crime Unit are all still actively investigating this death. The Fort St. John RCMP have a local woman in custody after a male was found deceased beside the Alaska Highway in Taylor.On Sunday, September 6, 2015, at 11:40 p.m., the RCMP stopped a white pickup truck in Taylor driven by a female.  Through the investigation, the RCMP discovered the vehicle was registered to Kirk Morin.  Morin was found deceased between Cherry Avenue and the Alaska Highway.Police are still trying to piece together just what happened between the female and the deceased.- Advertisement -The RCMP are asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious between a male and female or anyone who saw a white Dodge dually pick-up in Taylor near the arena and community centre to contact them immediately.Sunday evening an RCMP officer spoke with a few people in Taylor.  The RCMP would like to speak with those individuals again regarding this incident.If you have any further information about this incident, please call 250-787-8100.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Chelsea 1-0 Man United: Blues two wins away from Premier League title triumph

first_img1 Chelsea star Eden Hazard Chelsea are now just two wins away from lifting the Premier League title as the Blues opened up a ten point gap at the top of the table with a slim 1-0 victory over Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.The London outfit have struggled to perform at their best in recent weeks, with a series of draws giving United and Arsenal a glimmer hope of forcing their way into the title race.A win for the Red Devils would have played kindly into the hands of Arsenal, who were only seven points adrift of the league leaders ahead of the match, but Jose Mourinho’s side put any doubt over their title-winning abilities to bed with a typically stubborn triumph.And it was Eden Hazard, tipped as the hot favourite for both the PFA Player and Young Player of the Year awards, who proved the match-winner for Chelsea, slotting the ball through David de Gea’s legs on the stroke of half-time.Chelsea, again, were far from their best, but with the threat of the in-form Marouane Fellaini largely nullified by defender-cum-midfielder Kurt Zouma, Mourinho’s men were rarely troubled, despite United’s best efforts.The visitors’ best chance of an equaliser came in the closing stages when Radamel Falcao burst into the area and slammed an angled shot against the woodwork, though with Fellaini unmarked at the far post, a pass across goal might have seen Louis van Gaal’s side come away with a point.The game ended in controversy as the visitors were denied what first appeared to be a clear penalty when Ander Herrera was tripped by Gary Cahill on the edge of the box, but it proved a brilliant call from referee Mike Dean, as replays showed the Spaniard was looking for contact.It was a lively start from both teams but it was United who carved open the first great chance.The away end, along with goalkeeper David de Gea, were celebrating what they thought be a perfect start from their team, when a swift attacking move found Wayne Rooney in acres of space on the edge of the box.The England captain’s swerving strike was sweet and sent the net rippling, but it clipped just the wrong side of the post to leave United fans red faced.Retuning hero Didier Drogba again struggled to lead the line on his own up front, as, without strikers Diego Costa and Loic Remy, Chelsea seemed content to sit back and counter on the break.And United piled men forward, with centre-back Paddy McNair, who was an attacking outlet as well at times, having a pop from distance which was deflected just wide by John Terry.This was not the Chelsea we came to know in the early stages of the season, but they still only needed one chance to go in front, with Oscar’s clever backheel playing through Hazard, who raced onto the ball and slotted coolly through De Gea’s legs on 38 minutes.United continued to commit players forward after the break in search of the equaliser, but that left them vulnerable on the counter and Chelsea were inches away from opening up a two-goal lead on 55 minutes.Drogba bounded forward but the veteran striker failed to beat Chris Smalling for pace, instead opting to let fly from distance. His effort deflected up and over a stranded De Gea but Hazard, who sprinted in at the far post, could only find the outside of the post from an angle.It didn’t curb Man United’s enthusiasm, however, as the Red Devils – who finished the game with 70% possession – went close again through McNair, this time testing the gloves of Thibaut Courtois, before Falcao curled an effort wide and then hit the post late on.But their efforts came to nothing against a steadfast Chelsea defence, with the Blues now only needing wins against Arsenal and Leicester in their next two games to be crowned champions.last_img read more

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Monchengladbach chief confirms Andreas Christensen heading back to Chelsea

first_img1 Andreas Christensen [left] in action for Borussia Monchengladbach Borussia Monchengladbach have not given up on extending Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen’s stay.The 21-year-old is coming to the end of a two-year loan spell with the German side and is due to return to Stamford Bridge this summer.Chelsea are expected to give the Denmark international a run in the first team during pre-season, to see if he is up to the task of performing for Antonio Conte.But, if that doesn’t work out, Christensen has now been told he would be welcomed back at Borussia Monchengladbach with open arms.“We’ll lose him [at the end of the season], because he must go back,” sporting director Max Eberl told Kicker.“But if he does pre-season at Chelsea and then does not play the role that he imagines, we have as a club, where he gained two years of good experience, a chance to talk again.“That is why I say he has to go back, but that is only one fact.“We have to expect the departure, but with arrivals we have to play with it, that is – do we wait for him or do we not wait for him?“It could also be that he plays [at Chelsea]. Or maybe they want to sell him for €25m – then we would be out.“But there are still these opportunities because Andreas feels incredibly comfortable at Gladbach and he, I think, would like to stay at Gladbach.“He would also like to be a regular at Chelsea, but they have just become champions and are planning for the Champions League, and also want to achieve something in the new season.”last_img read more

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LETTER FROM INDIA: DONEGAL STUDENTS HELPING TO BUILD HOMES FOR LOCAL FAMILIES

first_imgA group from LYIT has travelled to India with Habitat for Humanity to build homes for those less well off than ourselves.Those who arrived in India yesterday are lecturer Mary Dunnion, lecturer Dr Kevin O’Brien and students Tony Mc Gilloway, Shaun Gallagher, Elaine Coleman, Siobhan Carty, Niamh Fleming and Fiona Sammon. All the students travelling are part of the nursing degree programme at LYIT.Tony McGilloway is sending regular letters from India on their work. Here’s his first dispatch. Hi folks,The team and I spent our first full day working on the Habitat building project, but before we started work the group leaders took us to a primary and secondary school, and what an eye opener.So many smiling faces and the enthusiasm of the children to make the best of the opportunity they have been given was overwhelming. These were children from a small village called Perani, approximately 25 miles from the city of Pondicherry, I did not see any shoes but lots of massive welcoming smiles, Habitat have been working in this village for a number of years and the difference it has made to the quality of life seems amazing.We called to a nearly completed house and met with the new owner, a woman of 38, who had brought up two children in a mud and straw hut approximately 12 x 12 feet. She told me her son was now training to be a teacher and he was 22 and her daughter was married, the pride the woman had in showing us the new property she was receiving was amazing. It was a simple three room house but it was constructed to survive an earthquake of 5.5 on the Richter scale, cyclones and floods all of which are common in this area. We as a team are working on the construction of a similar house, it will accommodate a family of five, the husband and wife assisted us. We spent most of today moving and sieving sand in preparation for tomorrow when we hope to create a ring beam around the house to support the roof. We were all exhausted by the end of the day working in temperatures which touched 35 degrees and I expect that none of us will have any difficulty sleeping tonight.Our second day was similar to the first but the temperatures broke forty degrees at times, we spent our whole day moving and sieving approximately five tonnes of sand again, thankfully this task is now completed. I was never as glad to get into the shower. Today was Niamh Flemming’s 22nd birthday so we may have a celebratory drink with her. Tomorrow we will be pouring a concrete roof we will have the house sealed by week’s end.TonyPondicherry, India.LETTER FROM INDIA: DONEGAL STUDENTS HELPING TO BUILD HOMES FOR LOCAL FAMILIES was last modified: June 26th, 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:LETTER FROM INDIA: DONEGAL STUDENTS HELPING TO BUILD HOMES FOR LOCAL FAMILIESLYIT studentslast_img read more

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DDTV: COME WINE WITH ME, WITH RICHARD FINNEY, THE WINE BUFF

first_imgDDTV: click to play Richard Finney’s latest video wine column for donegaldaily.com. It’s a little bit off the wall….so no surprise there.His version of American Pie might prove popular! DDTV: COME WINE WITH ME, WITH RICHARD FINNEY, THE WINE BUFF was last modified: April 28th, 2012 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:DDTV: COME WINE WITH METHE WINE BUFFWITH RICHARD FINNEYlast_img

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How many steps does it take to do a marathon?

first_imgRetailer Declan Irwin shows no signs of stopping after completing the largest marathon in the world.Declan, of Irwin Expert Electrical, was inspired to take part in The New York City Marathon when he discovered one of his suppliers “Fitbit”, was the first-ever official fitness tracker partner of this year’s race. He successfully completed the race on November 6th in New York.Declan’s motivation to take on the challenge came from his experience selling Fitbit and Garmin Watches, this year’s most sought after Christmas gift, amongst the largest range of home electrical appliances at Irwin Expert Electrical’s showrooms in Letterkenny and Buncrana. Irwin Expert Electrical’s stock a range of fitness watches to suit all ages and active lifestyles. Declan started training for his first marathon just over two years ago and has since gained a love for all things to do with keeping fit. Declan can regularly be spotted running from Letterkenny to his home in Buncrana after a day’s work at Irwin Expert Electrical’s showroom in Letterkenny. This is his third marathon this year, which also included the Derry and Dublin marathons. All in the last 12 months he has walked The Camino de Santiago (the Way of St. James), nearly 125 miles and has climbed Beenkeragh Ridge and down Carrauntoohil.“Running two busy electrical and home appliance showrooms can be stressful, and running and taking part in healthy activities like training for marathons gives me a release from work, helps me concentrate and think of new and innovative ways to promote and introduce new fitness watches, activity trackers and a range of healthy cooking appliances such as steam ovens, air fryers and nutribullets of to our showrooms, and it seems to be a winning combination. I am planning my next trip now and hope to take part in the Amsterdam Marathon next”, says Declan.The New York City Marathon is the premier event of New York Road Runners and the largest marathon in the world. Held annually on the first Sunday of November, the race features 50,000 runners including the world’s top professional athletes and a vast range of competitive, recreational, and charity runners. Participants from more than 125 countries tour the city, starting on Staten Island at the foot of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and running through the neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx before ending in Manhattan. More than one million spectators and thousands of volunteers line the city streets in support of the runners. The race is part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors, which features the world’s top marathons—Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York—and crowns the top professional male and female marathoners each year.How many steps does it take to do a marathon? was last modified: November 16th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Picture Special and Results: Massive turnout for Dromore NS 5k

first_imgThere was a huge turnout for Dromore N.S. 5k which took place on Friday evening.275 walkers and runners attended the event in Killygordon.Gerard Gallagher was the first to cross the finish line with a time of 16 minutes and 12 seconds, followed by John McElhill in 16 minutes 39 seconds. The first woman home was Catriona Devine in 19 minutes 57 seconds, followed by Marie Harper in 20 minutes 59 seconds.Full results:1. 849 Gerard Gallagher m MO Finn Valley 16:12,92. 607 John McElhill m M40 Finn Valley 16:39,53. 850 Shane Gallagher m MO Finn Valley 16:52,94. 603 Patrick Brennan m MO Letterkenny AC 18:03,75. 726 Barry Gallagher m M40 Finn Valley 18:13,76. 790 Martin Gormley m M50 Letterkenny AC 18:29,27. 841 Patrick Trimble m M40 Rosses 18:44,98. 811 Conor Gallagher m MO Finn Valley 18:55,79. 765 Chris Duffy m MO Aghyaran 19:06,410. 627 Michael J Gallagher m M40 Finn Valley 19:08,711. 716 Paul Gamble m MO 19:10,412. 768 John Bradley m MO KCR 19:51,213. 695 Gary Kelly m M40 Red Hughs 19:51,614. 837 Pauric Mckelvey m MJ Finn Valley 19:55,215. 679 Catriona Devine f FO Finn Valley 19:57,116. 719 Kieran Coyle m M40 KCR 20:06,117. 753 Colin McNulty m M40 Finn Valley 20:09,318. 852 Stephen Carlin m MO individual 20:15,019. 766 Michael Penrose m M50 Finn Valley 20:25,020. 630 Conor Gallagher m MJ Dromore 20:29,421. 663 Michael Crawford m M40 20:47,722. 818 David Gallen m MO individual 20:51,323. 835 Andy Scanlon m M50 Finn Valley 20:52,924. 800 Marie Harper f F40 Finn Valley 20:59,125. 809 Adrian Devine m M40 Castlefinn Running 21:10,626. 834 Kieran Neeson m M40 Finn Valley 21:15,927. 624 Bryan Irwin m MJ Dromore 21:22,928. 666 Oisin Duffy m MJ Dromore 21:24,229. 771 Eimear Gormley f FO Letterkenny AC 21:28,130. 750 N.N. 750 21:31,331. 668 Daniella Jansen f FJ Dromore 22:03,132. 702 Sean McMenamin m M50 Aghyaran 22:05,933. 853 Michael Doyle m M50 Fit for lIfe 22:15,534. 773 Damien Alexander m M50 Finn Valley 22:17,735. 840 Shea McMenamin m MJ Finn Valley 22:19,236. 703 Sinead McConnell f F40 Castlefin running 22:20,937. 667 Caolan Duffy m MJ Dromore 22:25,438. 723 Mark Wikinson m MJ FV Fit for life 22:26,139. 707 Lisa Ferguson f FO Finn Valley 22:27,340. 764 John Mcguire m M40 Aghyaran 22:27,641. 696 Paul Gallen m M50 KCR 22:33,842. 693 Dessie Gallen m M40 KCR 22:34,443. 745 Odette McMenamin f F40 Aghyaran 22:59,344. 777 N.N. 777 23:01,545. 652 Killian Gallianagh m MJ Dromore 23:10,646. 798 Sharon Hamilton f F40 Aghyaran 23:17,847. 729 Elaine Mcgoldrick f F40 Castlefin running 23:25,348. 692 Lorraine McDaid f FO 23:38,349. 601 Collette McCusker f FO Drumquin Runners 23:40,6Dromore NS 5k 2017Finisher ListPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club TimeResults by North West Chip Timing 00 353 868113947 1 50. 775 Conail Obrien m MJ 23:49,551. 617 Brendan Martin m M50 KCR 23:55,952. 616 Bernie Martin f F50 KCR 23:57,053. 776 Joanne Cambell f F40 Fit for Life 23:59,254. 794 Carl Houston m M50 Castlefinn Running 23:59,655. 683 Meabh Dolan f FJ Dromore 24:05,656. 682 Aoife Sammon f FJ Dromore 24:05,757. 705 Johnathon Devine m M40 Castlefinn Running 24:07,458. 793 Judith `patrick f FO Mourne Derg 24:12,859. 825 Ava Devine f FO Finn Valley 24:17,860. 739 Brigid McCafferty f F50 Finn Valley 24:19,061. 767 Patrick Murphy m MJ Finn Valley 24:27,262. 796 Jj Murphy m M40 Finn Valley 24:35,463. 806 Brendan Patton m M50 Fit for Life 24:35,564. 713 Gorretti Marley f F50 Fit for Life 24:35,665. 738 Cora Harvey f FO Fit for Life 25:00,166. 735 Jackie Harvey f F40 25:05,267. 618 Marie Anderson f F40 Mourne Derg 25:05,268. 770 Izzy Larkin m M60 KCR 25:20,469. 722 Samantha Wilkinson f F40 FV Fit for life 25:21,570. 808 Nicola Kee f FJ KCR 25:24,271. 701 Joe Gallen m M50 KCR 25:50,972. 709 Sonya Odonnell f F40 Fit for Life 25:51,973. 804 Mary Martin f F60 Finn Valley 26:03,374. 815 Sadie Kelly f FO individual 26:05,175. 814 Paddy Kelly m MO individual 26:05,276. 838 Loretta Mcintyre f FO 26:16,077. 833 Liam McIntyre m MO 26:16,478. 836 Codhla McIntyre f FJ Dromore 26:16,679. 872 Helen Dolan f FO individual 26:23,680. 873 Peter Gallagher m MJ dromore 26:23,681. 874 PJ Gallagher m MJ dromore 26:23,782. 875 Aoibheann Gallagher f FJ dromore 26:23,883. 876 Odhran Gallagher m MJ dromore 26:24,084. 712 Joseph Sharkey m MJ Finn Valley 26:27,985. 769 Denise Ferguson f FO Fit for Life 26:30,886. 772 Laura Friel f FO KCR 26:46,987. 741 Ava Mclaughlin f FJ Dromore 26:58,488. 845 Diane Gallagher f F50 KCR 27:02,289. 844 Paddy Gallagher m M40 KCR 27:03,290. 843 Sean McMenamin m MJ Dromore 27:16,491. 609 Proinnsias McElhill m MJ Finn Valley 27:17,092. 762 Emma Murphy f FJ Finn Valley 27:24,793. 665 Breege Duffy f F50 27:25,194. 802 Teresa Melaugh f F50 KCR 27:32,495. 829 Cormac McKelvey m MJ Dromore 27:36,096. 821 Kieran McKelvey m M40 27:36,797. 871 Laura Crane f FO KCR 27:38,698. 870 Reuben Crane m MJ individual 27:38,899. 730 Chloe Burns f FJ dromore 28:17,3100. 746 Philomena Clarke f F40 Aghyaran 28:30,7Dromore NS 5k 2017Finisher ListPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club TimeResults by North West Chip Timing 00 353 868113947 2101. 613 Niall McElchar m MJ 28:41,0102. 612 Ronan McElchar m MJ 28:41,8103. 614 Aine McElchar f FO Finn Valley 28:51,7104. 714 Lee Ann Melaugh f F40 Melvin 28:51,9105. 615 Dermot Mcelchar m M40 Finn Valley 28:54,9106. 628 Diane Gallagher f F40 Fit for Life 28:59,2107. 774 Gerard Friel m M50 Finn Valley 29:00,7108. 623 Tiarnan Doherty m MJ Dromore 29:10,0109. 795 Evan Carron Kee m MJ KCR 29:21,5110. 801 Marie Tighe f F50 KCR 29:31,7111. 680 Leah Porter f FJ Dromore 29:33,0112. 720 Colm Coyle m MJ Finn Valley 29:37,2113. 737 Geraldine Browne f F40 Finn Valley 29:48,8114. 645 Daire Galvin m MJ Dromore 29:53,7115. 700 Karen Gallen f FJ 29:58,5116. 787 Kevin McHugh m M60 AA 30:09,5117. 721 Lorette McNulty f F40 Castlefin running 30:11,9118. 727 Fionnuel McBride f F50 Castlefin running 30:12,5119. 706 Colin McMenamin m M50 30:34,7120. 826 Dylan Gallagher m MJ Red Hughs 30:47,3121. 638 Niall Ewing m MJ Setanta 30:51,0122. 678 Shayne Lafferty m MJ Dromore 31:01,7123. 748 Desmond Brownlee m M70 Lagan Valley 31:26,1124. 710 Ann Marie McMenamin f F40 32:01,3125. 780 Hazel Bryson f F60 KCR 32:29,4126. 797 Caroline McGrath f F60 Mourne Derg 33:08,9127. 761 Aileen Gallagher f F50 Mourne Derg 33:09,0128. 810 Alison Vennard f F50 Mourne Derg 33:10,4129. 865 Aidan Gallen m MJ dromore 34:04,3130. 831 Lena Oreilly f FO KCR 34:15,7131. 602 Lauren Carlin f FO 34:17,1132. 620 Cormac Sweeney Murray m MJ Dromore 34:31,9133. 785 Eoin Scanlon m MJ Dromore 34:32,6134. 778 Lisa Kelly f FO KCR 35:11,0135. 862 Maria Lynas f F40 individual 35:11,5136. 828 Sophie Kirk f FJ Finn Valley 35:21,6137. 640 Oisin Ewing m MJ Setanta 35:54,2138. 637 Sinead Ewing f FO 35:55,8139. 650 Sophie Irwin f FJ Dromore 36:07,9140. 830 Molly McKelvey f FJ Dromore 36:09,2141. 822 Hannah Oneill f FO Finn Valley 36:11,5142. 689 Lisa Patton f FO 36:57,3143. 752 Victor Byrne m M50 individual 36:58,7144. 861 Justin Bogan m MJ individual 37:44,1145. 754 christian Byrne m MJ individual 38:01,5146. 827 Sophie McGrory f FJ Finn Valley 38:07,2147. 763 Ash Murphy m MJ Finn Valley 39:02,2148. 791 Anne Kelly f F40 KCR 39:16,4149. 711 Aoife Coyle f FJ Finn Valley 39:26,1150. 631 Niamh Gallagher f FJ Dromore 39:30,9151. 869 Emmet Mcafferty m MJ dromore 39:38,6Dromore NS 5k 2017Finisher ListPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club TimeResults by North West Chip Timing 00 353 868113947 3152. 816 Thomas McMenamin m MJ dromore 39:47,3153. 820 Maddison Cannon f FJ dromore 39:48,3154. 859 aoife Cannon f FJ dromore 39:50,8155. 856 Dermott Cannon m M40 dromore 39:51,3156. 619 Catherena Murray f FO 39:59,0157. 846 Leah Kee f FO 40:05,2158. 848 Anna Bates f FO 40:05,7159. 660 Charlotte Long f FO 40:14,3160. 789 Celline Friel f F50 Finn Valley 40:14,4161. 812 Lorraine Kee f FO 40:27,8162. 634 Kristina McClay f FJ Dromore 40:28,4163. 699 Daniel McClean m MJ S.P. 40:30,3164. 788 Eugene Drum m M60 Finn Valley 40:54,0165. 698 Oisin McCarron m MJ 40:58,6166. 867 Noah McNulty m MJ Melvin WJR 40:59,5167. 863 David McNulty m MO individual 41:01,0168. 736 Alison Cullen f FJ 41:20,1169. 779 Jessica McGlinchey f FJ Dromore 41:21,7170. 639 Eimear Ewing f FJ 41:26,1171. 805 Julie McKinney f FO 41:34,8172. 747 Caoimhe Obrien f FJ Red Hughs 41:35,4173. 749 Aleesha Crawford f FJ Red Hughs 41:35,5174. 669 Andrew Jansen m MJ Dromore 41:38,2175. 782 Denise Gregg f F40 42:08,7176. 799 Ann Kelly f F60 42:08,7177. 784 Patrick Scanlon m MJ RH 42:08,9178. 807 Cara McKinney f FJ 43:08,0179. 622 Keelin Gallagher m MJ Dromore 43:41,9180. 832 Conor McIntyre m MJ Dromore 44:03,8181. 681 Sasha Crawford f FJ Dromore 44:17,0182. 651 Anne Gallen Campbell f FO 44:33,7183. 740 Margaret Connolly f F40 44:34,7184. 677 Cora Lafferty f FJ Dromore 44:52,9185. 621 Hannah Sweeney Murray f FJ Dromore 44:53,0186. 676 Sarah Lafferty f FJ 45:13,3187. 675 Leon Gallagher m MJ 45:13,6188. 839 Cathal McCready m MJ Dromore 45:44,2189. 842 Deirdre Markam McCready f FO 45:44,5190. 868 Sandra McCafferty f F40 individual 45:44,7191. 792 Charlie Doherty m M60 KCR 45:53,4192. 786 Carl Scanlon m M40 RH 45:53,4193. 860 Am-Leigh Brennan f FJ dromore 46:23,6194. 743 Maebh Mclaughlin f FJ Dromore 46:23,9195. 744 Andrea Mclaughlin f FJ Dromore 46:26,7196. 690 Micheala Lafferty f FO 47:08,2197. 697 Mary McGrangahan f F40 Castlefinn Running 47:08,4198. 664 Nakita McGowan f FO 47:10,6199. 733 Paschal Cullen m MO 47:43,4200. 633 Martina McClay f F50 48:06,6201. 728 Rebecca Rigby f FJ dromore 48:06,8202. 704 Ellen Sharkey f FJ Red Hughs 48:50,0Dromore NS 5k 2017Finisher ListPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club Time Results by North West Chip Timing 00 353 868113947 4203. 717 Adina Sharkey f F50 individual 48:50,7204. 813 Mollie McCauley f FJ dromore 49:09,4205. 734 Aine Cullen f FJ Dromore 49:09,5206. 819 Kassie McAuley f FJ dromore 49:10,3207. 718 Maddison Mcmenamin f FJ 49:11,0208. 725 Mia McConnell f FJ dromore 49:11,5209. 715 Brooke Reid f FJ 49:12,1210. 824 Thomas Devine m MO Finn Valley 49:45,7211. 823 Eve Devine f FO Finn Valley 49:46,0212. 742 Coralel McLaughlin m M50 50:42,5213. 854 Charlie McMenamin m MJ dromore 51:22,2214. 855 Shelley Gallen f F50 dromore 51:22,3215. 649 Zoe Irwin f FO 51:56,8216. 643 Michaela Gallagher f FJ Dromore 51:58,4217. 783 Aoibhin Temple f FJ Dromore 51:58,4218. 641 Brian Galagher m MO 52:04,0219. 604 Charlene O Brien f FO Dromore 54:15,8220. 606 Mary Harper f FO Dromore 54:16,2221. 605 Teresa McGowan f FO Dromore 54:31,3222. 864 Patricia Kelly f F50 individual 54:32,9223. 724 George Kirkbari m MJ individual 60:40,4224. 755 Grace Byrne f FJ Dromore 60:52,6225. 781 Clare Temple f F50 60:54,1226. 642 Jacqueline Gallagher f FO 60:54,2227. 857 Pauline Cannon f F40 dromore 63:17,3228. 847 Brayden Cannon m MJ dromore 63:17,3Picture Special and Results: Massive turnout for Dromore NS 5k was last modified: September 16th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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 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NFL picks, Week 3: 49ers top Steelers in home opener; Raiders’ woes hit road

first_imgLong story short, my NFL picks in Week 2 were a grand success, so let’s stay hot with this Week 3 menu:49ers 31, Steelers 20: No Big Ben. No Le’Veon Bell. No Antonio Brown. No NFL triplets last forever. Turn out the lights on the Steelers, like their last visit to the 49ers, in 2011 at Candlestick. Line: 49ers -6Vikings 27, Raiders 20: It’s the first of six weeks away from Oakland. They’ll return in November, kind of like sending my kid off to college. Line: Raiders +9Titans 23, Jaguars 21: …last_img