Valverde is still in suspense and even a substitute for Xavi is shuffled

first_imgXavi’s refusal to take over Barcelona from now on does not mean the end of the soap opera that has been generated in Barcelona after falling in the semifinal of the Super Cup in Arabia against Atlético de Madrid. The harassment of the board to the technician still stands. In fact, The coach’s situation is very delicate after being placed at the feet of the horses by a directive who negotiated his immediate relief without communicating anything to him. While Xavi Hernández was offered Valverde’s position, neither he nor his agent nor anyone on his team received a call from the club to explain the situation, which they learned from the media.The board that presides over Josep Maria Bartomeu and that has the president himself as the head of sports (it must be remembered that he assumed the sports vice presidency after the resignation of Jordi Mestre) continues with his harassment and demolition policy to the coach. As reported by the Cadena SER, an emergency meeting of the Sports Commission of the club is scheduled for this afternoon to assess the “no” of Xavi and find solutions. Among them, hiring a new coach.The names salad has precipitated: starting with García Pimienta, subsidiary technician, and following names like Gabriel Milito, Quique Setién, Marcelo Gallardo or Mauricio Pochettino.last_img read more

Bailey signs $1.8 billion Leverkusen deal

first_imgJamaican winger Leon Bailey has signed a five-year deal with Bundesliga team Bayer Leverkusen just ahead of the European Winter transfer market deadline.Reports surfaced late yesterday out of Germany and Belgium, where the Jamaican had played for Genk, that the 19 year-old was secured by the German outfit in an £11.5-million (J$1.8-billion) deal – becoming the second most expensive player ever sold by Genk.A picture of Bailey posing with a Bayer Leverkusen jersey with the words ‘Bailey 2022’ in reference to the year his contract is scheduled to expire printed on the back alongside his adopted father and manager Craig Butler as well as club officials made the rounds on social media late yesterday ahead of Leverkusen’s expected confirmation.IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCEBailey rose to prominence at Genk after impressive performances in the Belgian domestic competition as well as the UEFA Europa League. He scored 15 goals and provided 21 assists in his 77 league games for Genk, adding seven goals and three assists in 12 European fixtures.He is, however, yet to secure his first cap for the Jamaican senior football team.He becomes the latest noted player sold by Genk following the departure of now-established players such as Crystal Palace’s Christian Benteke, Chelsea’s Thibaut Courtois, Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) and Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli).Bayer Leverkusen, which finished third in last season’s Bundesliga have been one of the better performing teams in the competition in recent years and boast talents such as Javier Hernandez, Kevin Kampl, Karim Bellarabi as well as Hakan Calhanoglu.last_img read more

Debate intensifies about online rights

first_imgThis week’s skirmish comes at a time some legislators’ pen fingers are twitching. Those lawmakers believe it’s time to extend real-world demands for convicted abusers to their virtual lives by collecting their online identities and allowing – or requiring – Internet hosts to ban them from their sites. “Under Megan’s Law, we’re supposed to keep 49 pieces of information, but we don’t collect their e-mail addresses,” said Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, D-Pasadena. Portantino recently introduced a bill into the Assembly that would force sex offenders to register their e-mail addresses and other online identities and make it a crime to lie about one’s age online for the purpose of being a child predator. First Amendment and Internet-rights advocates say Portantino’s bill shares the same flaws as a more aggressive piece of national legislation that sputtered soon after being introduced late last year by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. Describing the proposed law as “unnecessary, ineffective and unconstitutional,” staff lawyer Kevin Bankston of the Electronic Frontier Foundation said the media has overblown the actual threat posed by registered sex offenders, creating a “moral panic.” “The ability to speak anonymously is actually a First Amendment right,” he said. “Registered sex offenders who are determined to offend again can simply not register their e-mails, or register one e-mail and go get a free e-mail account and use that anonymously.” Despite the ability to circumvent the process, Portantino said it would give law enforcement another tool for prosecution. Yet only one in 10 people arrested for Internet-related sexual assaults had prior arrests for sexually offending minors, according to research by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Law-enforcement efforts netted an estimated 1,000 arrests for Internet-related sexual assaults, according to the 2003 study by NCMEC. About 20 percent of those arrested were related or already acquainted with their victims. Last year, a NCMEC survey found fewer minors were receiving unwanted sexual solicitations than five years earlier, despite the explosive rise in popularity of social-networking sites such as MySpace. Four percent of them, however, reported aggressive attempts to make offline contact. Although Portantino’s bill would make it a crime for offenders not to register their electronic identities, banning them would be left to the discretion of online hosts. Screening out offenders collected in a national database would be mandatory under McCain’s bill. MySpace representatives have said the site would embrace such legislation. In December – the same month McCain’s bill was introduced following widely publicized incidents of abuse – the company announced it had hired a security firm to cull sex offenders from its nearly 200 million profiles. (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4444160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! However far registered sex offenders must live from schools and playgrounds, they’re still only a click away from potential victims on the Internet. Whether the threat of child predators turning to virtual hangouts such as MySpace or Facebook for victims is phantom menace or epidemic, a series of well-publicized incidents during the past year has set the stage for conflict over online freedoms as the government’s appetite grows to police and regulate cyberspace. Already scrambling to get ahead of regulatory efforts with its own policing, MySpace announced Wednesday it had deleted thousands of convicted offenders’ profiles from the site, while rebuffing demands made a day prior by eight state attorneys general to turn over results of its own search for predators among its roughly 175 million accounts. To hand over personal user information in response to a letter – without court order or subpoena – would violate federal privacy laws, MySpace representatives contended. last_img read more

Fort St. John construction continues to progress

first_imgThe numbers appear to fly in the face of the oil and gas industry economic downturn, but most of the current projects were initiated before that lull kicked in last summer.The Sunset Ridge subdivision in the city’s west-end is a prime example.“We’ve got about 26 lots left, and then we’ve got another 45 we’re probably going to service this year,” says Century 21 realtor Kevin Pearson. “And then we’ve just sold a chunk of that land to the school district.”- Advertisement -Pearson confirmed that parcel is in addition to an adjacent one purchased recently by the school district from the city, but due to the Easter break; we’ve been unable to get any purchase or building plan information from district 60 officials.Meantime, Pearson also says another eight acres are already targeted for development in the same general area – and it won’t all be residential.“That seems to be the main corridor for right now, honestly, because if you look towards the airport, all these big oil companies are building out in that direction,” Pearson goes on to explain. “So our office building, they’re basically working on the second floor within our area right now, and we’ll have about 9,000 square feet and then their will be two other lease bases next to it.”Advertisement Pearson says theirs still approximately 4,500 square feet of land still up for grabs.Moving to the other side of the city, and another project two years in the making, Century 21 is looking at an August move into a newly renovated office at the site of the old Woodland Tim-Br Mart on 100 Avenue and 91 Street.As for city hall building numbers, the year-to-date construction value is already at $14.7 million, as opposed to last year’s two month total of $8.9 million.last_img read more

Ramsey to miss Hull clash, confirms Arsenal manager Wenger

first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Aaron Ramsey will miss this weekend’s match with Hull – but he will be back in full training on Monday.The Wales international has been out since last month’s north London derby with Tottenham after complaining of a hamstring problem.It was hoped that Ramsey maybe in contention for this weekend’s match with Hull as the Gunners look to claim their third Premier League win of the season.However, Wenger has confirmed that Saturday has come too soon for the 23-year-old and he play no part at the Emirates.“Ramsey will be back in full training on Monday and will be in the squad for Anderlecht,” said Wenger. Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey 1last_img read more

Southampton sack manager Pellegrino

first_img0Shares0000Mauricio Pellegrino’s nine-month spell in charge came to an end with Southampton in danger of relegation © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 13 – Struggling Premier League club Southampton sacked Argentinian manager Mauricio Pellegrino on Monday with only eight matches remaining in the league season.Pellegrino took over at St Mary’s on a three-year deal last June, but Southampton announced in a statement that they had parted company with the 46-year-old with the club only one place and one point above the relegation zone. “The club will look to appoint a new management team as soon as possible, with the search for a replacement already underway,” the statement added.Assistant coaches Carlos Compagnucci and Xavier Tamarit have also left the club.A disastrous run of form that has seen the Saints win only one of their last 17 Premier League matches always appeared likely to end in Pellegrino’s demise.The latest 3-0 defeat at relegation rivals Newcastle on Saturday proved to be the final straw for the Southampton hierarchy, with the club in danger of being relegated from the top flight for the first time since being promoted in 2012.“I observed some players who gave up and we cannot show this, to be honest,” Pellegrino admitted after the humbling loss at St James’ Park.“You can lose, you can play badly, but you have to show another face on the pitch.“For this reason, I would like to say sorry to our fans because we couldn’t represent our club properly. This is the worst thing that we did today.”Former Blackburn, Manchester City and Stoke manager Mark Hughes has been installed as the early bookmakers’ favourite to replace Pellegrino, with Marco Silva also linked with the job after being sacked by Watford in January.Former Alaves coach Pellegrino did lead the south-coast club into the FA Cup quarter-finals, with the now-managerless side set to visit third-tier Wigan in the last eight on Sunday.But Southampton had expected far better this season, after three consecutive top-eight finishes.Frenchman Claude Puel was sacked after leading the team to eighth place and the League Cup final last term, and has since thrived after taking over at Leicester earlier this season.Southampton, who sold centre-back Virgil van Dijk for a record-breaking £75 million ($102 million, 84 million euros) in January, have started leaking goals in recent weeks, conceding 19 in their last 10 Premier League outings.But scoring has been their biggest problem all season, with Charlie Austin their top-scorer with only six goals in all competitions.Fans have become increasingly frustrated with their team’s defensive style of play, which had been one of the main reasons Puel was axed, with Leicester ironically now one of the more exciting sides to watch in the division.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Premier League 2017-18: Dates released of first set of televised matches

first_img Who will get their hands on this trophy next May? 1 The new Premier League season will kick off with a Friday night clash between Arsenal and Leicester.The Emirates Stadium will host the first game of the campaign on August 11, and will be shown live on Sky Sports (7.45pm).The Premier League released the first batch of TV fixtures on Thursday lunchtime, with Brighton’s Premier League debut, against Manchester City, to be broadcast live on BT Sport on Saturday, August 12 at 5.30pm.Earlier in the day, Watford will host Liverpool at Vicarage Road (Sky Sports, 12.30pm), while the following day, Sunday, August 13, will see Newcastle v Tottenham (Sky Sports, 1.30pm), and Manchester United v West Ham  Sky Sports, 4pm).Other games scheduled for broadcast in the early weeks of the season include Spurs vChelsea (Sunday, August 20, Sky Sports, 4pm), Liverpool v Arsenal (Sunday, August 27, Sky Sports, 4pm) and Manchester City v Liverpool (Saturday, September 9, Sky Sports, 12.30pm).Chelsea v Arsenal and Manchester United v Everton take place on Sunday, September 17, with both matches on Sky Sports.Chelsea’s match with Manchester City on Saturday, September 30 will now take place at 5.30pm on BT Sport.last_img read more

Almost 500 complete Loreto Convent 5k – where did you come?

first_imgLoreto Convent, Letterkenny 5k 2016Place Bib Name M/F AG Club Time1. 342 Dale Corbett m SM 18:11,72. 410 Paddy Mc Daid m SM 19:16,23. 348 James Donaghey m M40 Convoy A.C. 19:21,34. 401 Barry Mackey m M50 Letterkenny AC 19:36,15. 338 Michael Galvin m M40 Letterkenny AC 20:05,56. 467 Joe Devine m M40 20:16,67. 97 Donal Gallagher m JM 20:35,08. 405 Sean Crossan m M40 Finn Valley 20:38,69. 430 Cathal Morrison m M40 20:45,310. 337 Christopher Cuskelly m M40 Strabane/Lifford AC 21:22,611. 253 Tiegan Smith f SF 21:31,512. 305 Fionnuala Larkin f SF 21:55,213. 464 Gerard Mc Connell m SM Swanlings 21:57,814. 486 Declan Gallen m SM 21:58,415. 366 Shaun Mc Gilloway m JM 21:59,416. 11 Nuala Bose f JF 22:06,217. 308 Brendan Delap m M50 22:10,218. 442 Justin McCauley m SM 22:19,519. 468 John A. Mullen m M40 22:19,920. 314 Paul Gillen m M50 22:23,121. 2 Craig Alcorn m SM 22:29,922. 27 Sarah Canning f JF 22:36,423. 319 Alison Higgins f JF 22:50,824. 89 Michelle Ferguson f JF 22:52,425. 388 Pat Brady m M50 23:22,826. 329 Louise McKeague f JF 23:30,827. 62 Tommy Doherty m M50 Drumoghill Running Club 23:38,028. 509 Sean Mc Gilloway m SM 23:40,029. 345 Pat Byrne m M50 Swanlings 23:40,130. 13 Anna Boyle f SF 23:42,231. 25 Chris Callaghan m SM 23:45,832. 341 Derick Oflynn m SM 23:56,433. 476 Rowan Smith m SM 23:56,834. 471 Nancy Mc Namee f F50 24:08,335. 343 Shaun O Donnell m M50 Swanlings 24:08,436. 444 Shaun McFadden m M40 24:09,837. 78 Holly Duddy f SF Olympian 24:20,938. 325 Sean Mc Auliffe m M40 24:21,239. 31 Nell Carr m SM 24:22,740. 469 Marie Mullen f SF 24:30,241. 459 Noreen Doherty f SF 24:42,142. 402 Kevin Lynch m M50 25:06,543. 340 Cian Lannon m SM 25:16,144. 339 Riordan Azam m SM 25:16,245. 10 Anne Marie Bose f F40 25:32,346. 322 Joseph Casey m M50 25:45,247. 472 Jake Patton m JM 26:14,148. 336 Oliva Cuskelly f F40 Strabane/Lifford AC 26:20,449. 320 Mary Bonnar f F50 26:23,850. 346 Connor Gallagher m JM 26:25,951. 510 Owen Steveson m SM 26:45,152. 354 Emer Gallagher f SF 27:02,753. 420 Jean McGlinchey f F50 27:03,754. 454 Eileen Morning f F40 Swanlings 27:05,955. 254 Peter Sparks m SM 27:14,356. 466 Breda O Hagan f F40 Run For Fun 27:19,057. 258 David Sparks m SM 27:19,558. 301 Michelle Kelly f F50 27:24,059. 347 Lisa Gallagher f F40 27:30,860. 344 Billy Broderick m M50 Killybegs Swanlings 27:49,661. 381 Harvey Trotman m M40 27:51,062. 332 Katherine Kelly f JF 28:14,263. 395 Mary Higgins f F40 28:29,264. 306 Suzie Bogan f SF 28:42,965. 114 Niamh Harkin f SF 28:59,466. 359 Sean Diver m M40 29:11,267. 335 Kyle Lynch m JM Glenswilly GAA 29:19,068. 170 Megan McDaid f SF 29:20,969. 175 Zoe McFadden f SF 29:21,170. 356 Michael McCole m M50 29:32,971. 328 Tara McDermott f JF Olympian 29:37,772. 22 Ronan Burke m SM 29:40,373. 169 Aibhe McDaid f SF 29:47,474. 64 Claire Doherty f SF 29:51,575. 414 Charlie Cannon m M50 30:00,676. 240 Eimear Quinn f SF 30:04,277. 133 Isla Kelly f SF 30:18,178. 270 Chloe Tinney f SF 30:18,179. 132 Michelle Kelly f SF 30:21,180. 452 Maureen Gallagher f F40 30:23,681. 367 Desmond Brownlie m M50 Lagan Valley A.C. 30:26,382. 419 Noreen Sharkey f F50 30:27,083. 326 Orla Duddy f JF Olympian 31:12,384. 183 Gary McGettigan m SM 31:23,285. 398 Adam Leadley m M50 31:29,986. 511 Katelyn Sweeney f JF 31:59,287. 406 Marie Mc Gonigle f SF 32:15,088. 302 Kathleen Odonnell f F50 32:29,589. 167 Fiona McConnell f F40 32:31,690. 382 Noreen Fergus f F40 32:31,691. 355 Rosdeen Gallagher f F50 32:31,892. 79 Grace Duddy f SF Olympian 32:39,193. 76 Louise Duddy f F40 32:39,594. 106 Michaela Galvin f SF 33:25,995. 415 Catherine Cannon f F50 33:32,396. 404 H Potter m M40 33:58,097. 88 Lugin Elnaim f SF 34:05,798. 203 Aine McLaughlin f SF 34:06,099. 210 Katie Mellett f SF 34:06,1100. 77 Anna Duddy f SF Olympian 34:16,2101. 81 Jessica Duffy f SF 34:21,1102. 53 Rhianna Devenney f SF 34:21,7103. 150 Aoibhinn Maguire f SF 34:27,8104. 389 Joseph Sweeney m SM 35:02,9105. 396 Jhea Leadley f SF 35:06,7106. 318 Seana Mc Gaffy f SF 35:10,6107. 390 Karlie Sweeney f SF 35:15,1108. 418 Tatiana Bogdanova f SF 35:19,6109. 428 Brona Gillespie f F50 35:39,0110. 93 Clodagh Friel f SF 35:39,9111. 101 Jasmin Gallagher f SF Letterkenny AC 35:43,5112. 357 Orla Mc Hugh f JF 36:15,0113. 358 Caoimhe Doherty f JF 36:15,2114. 333 Alanna Sweeney f JF 36:18,3115. 1 Mya Alcorn f SF 36:18,5116. 334 Erinn Sweeney f JF 36:19,3117. 378 Ahna Ford f SF 36:20,6118. 12 Mairead Boyle f F40 36:21,6119. 46 Mary Crumlish f SF 36:21,7120. 187 Peter McGlynn m M50 36:43,1121. 393 Fiona Mills f SF 36:53,3122. 435 Linda Dolan f SF 36:54,4123. 392 Aisling Mills f SF 36:54,7124. 220 Ciara Murray f SF 36:59,5125. 125 Helen Johnston f SF 37:01,1126. 235 Millie Patton f SF 37:19,7127. 163 Lauren McCollum f SF 37:38,0128. 180 Maeve McGee f SF 37:38,1129. 102 Leah Gallagher f SF 37:41,4130. 59 Chloe Diver f SF 37:41,5131. 512 Grace Patton f JF 37:53,4132. 248 Emma Russell f SF 38:44,8133. 153 Faye Maniti f SF 38:46,4134. 117 Siofra Harvey f SF 38:49,4135. 246 Nadine Rodgers f SF 38:49,7136. 386 Jack McBride m SM 38:59,8137. 204 Shania McLaughlin f SF 39:04,5138. 3 Dominika Baran f SF 39:04,5139. 86 Martyna Duraj f SF 39:06,1140. 7 Diana Bogdanova f SF 39:06,3141. 157 Ava McAuliffe f SF 39:06,4142. 171 Jane McDermott f SF 39:07,1143. 277 Teresa Walsh f SF 39:07,1144. 207 Orlagh McLean f SF 39:10,5145. 45 Karen Crowe f F40 39:44,9146. 424 Elaine Gillespie f SF 39:45,3147. 238 Terence Quinn m M50 Raphoe Road Runners 39:45,8148. 111 Anne Gillespie f F40 39:46,1149. 416 Michael Mc Granaghan m SM 39:46,2150. 501 Leah Patton f SF 39:56,5151. 422 Pádraig Duggan m M40 40:00,8152. 368 Fiona Mc Geady f SF 40:39,9153. 24 Donna Callaghan f SF 40:58,2154. 280 Grace Watters f SF 40:58,9155. 118 Katie Hasson f SF 40:59,0156. 137 Jessica Kernan f SF 40:59,1157. 421 Orla McCrossan f SF 40:59,4158. 282 Emily Yeates f SF 40:59,8159. 229 Alex O’Donnell f SF 40:59,8160. 158 Aine McBrearty f SF 40:59,9161. 239 Melissa Quinn f SF 41:04,0162. 205 Niamh McLaughlin f SF 41:15,6163. 365 Frances Mc Bride f F40 41:15,7164. 264 Tiegan Sweeney f SF 41:16,0165. 108 Naoimi Gildea f SF 41:16,3166. 33 Catriona Carr f F50 41:29,5167. 423 Cathy Wee f F50 41:29,5168. 494 Pauline Curley f SF 41:50,3169. 274 Anna Tyrka f SF 41:56,2170. 491 Ann Blaney f SF 42:07,3171. 119 Niamh Hegarty f SF 42:39,7172. 120 Eimear Hegarty f SF 42:42,4173. 364 Tina Gallagher f SF 42:43,0174. 156 Niamh McAleese f SF Strabane/Lifford AC 42:43,2175. 483 Amanda Brogan f SF 43:20,2176. 481 Margo f SF 43:20,2177. 312 Mairéad Crossan f SF 43:48,0178. 311 Áine Boyle f SF 43:48,3179. 369 Bridgeen Doherty f SF 44:00,3180. 370 Kathleen Doherty f SF 44:01,5181. 162 Zowie McCauley f SF 44:31,6182. 146 Katie Lawlor f SF 44:31,6183. 272 Johnny Trearty m SM Cranford AC 44:37,5184. 55 Mary Devlin f F50 44:43,7185. 504 Michelle Yeates f F40 45:01,7186. 310 Philomena Walsh f SF 45:03,7187. 309 Yvonne Hanson f SF 45:03,8188. 271 Emer Tinney f SF 45:06,4189. 399 Laura Bonar f SF 45:06,4190. 21 Mellissa Bundschu f SF 45:06,6191. 434 Sharon Doohan f F40 45:15,6192. 433 Josephine Doherty f F40 45:16,3193. 371 Geraldine Rallitte f F40 46:02,4194. 224 Hannah O’Carroll f SF 46:04,7195. 28 Bethany Canning f SF 46:05,1196. 436 Sadre Mc f SF 46:06,7197. 385 Angela Kilgallen f SF 46:06,7198. 307 Kathleen McGroarty f F40 46:09,2199. 475 Seamus McAteer m M50 46:10,2200. 474 Veronica McAteer f F50 46:10,6201. 351 Natalie Blake f SF 46:10,7202. 458 Bernie Mc Menamin f SF 46:13,9203. 38 Cora Cox f SF 46:20,3204. 363 Amy Mc Cormick f JF 46:21,3205. 493 Anna Curley f SF 46:27,6206. 129 Lara Kelly f SF 46:27,9207. 195 Katie McGovern f SF 46:27,9208. 263 Eileen Sweeney f SF 46:29,0209. 128 Ciana Kelly f SF 46:29,0210. 4 Justine Baylon f SF 46:47,0211. 48 Bronagh Crumlish f SF 46:47,1212. 269 Joanne Tinney f F40 46:48,2213. 448 Deirdre Bonner f SF 46:48,7214. 276 Niamh Walsh f SF 46:58,6215. 379 Ciara O’Donnell f SF 46:58,8216. 131 Tara Kelly f SF 46:59,8217. 196 Amy McGreevy f SF 47:00,1218. 105 Michaela Gallagher f SF 47:00,5219. 429 Eamonn Óg Tinney m SM 47:00,8220. 350 Matthew Blake m SM 47:00,8221. 9 Ciara Bonner f SF 47:03,5222. 135 Laura Kernan f SF 47:03,7223. 222 Ellen O’Boyce f SF 47:05,6224. 18 Grace Broderick f SF 47:05,7225. 123 Emma Howard f SF 47:06,2226. 221 Aifric NiFhearraigh f SF 47:06,8227. 54 Eimear Devenney f SF 47:06,8228. 166 Claire McConnell f SF 47:07,0229. 164 Jade McCollum f SF 47:07,2230. 20 Aoife Browne McGuigan f SF 47:08,1231. 273 Molly Trearty f SF Cranford AC 47:09,3232. 58 Caoimhe Diver f SF 47:09,4233. 34 Kayleigh Carr f SF 47:09,6234. 17 Zoe Brady f SF 47:10,6235. 160 Lisa McCarron f SF 47:10,9236. 39 Maelisa Crampsie f SF 47:14,6237. 73 Ciara Doohan f SF 47:15,3238. 134 Molly Kennedy f SF 47:16,0239. 441 Jenni Bonar f SF 47:34,3240. 85 Cliodhna Duggan f SF 47:35,1241. 188 Eimear McGlynn f SF 47:36,3242. 455 Rachel Morning f JF 47:38,4243. 209 Aine McParland f SF 47:39,4244. 228 Hannah O’Donnell f SF 47:40,6245. 323 Eamonn Tinney m SM 47:51,3246. 349 Caroline Blake f F40 47:55,8247. 352 Gary Blake m SM 47:56,0248. 470 Laura Kelly f JF 48:03,9249. 480 Den Gillen m M50 48:04,0250. 63 Ciara Doherty f SF 48:04,5251. 243 Orlaith Roarty f SF 48:04,6252. 179 Megan McGarvey f SF 48:04,9253. 217 Coral Mott f SF 48:04,9254. 122 Lydia Hosain f SF 48:05,7255. 250 Tracey Samonte f SF 48:05,7256. 152 Shannon Malone f SF 48:06,9257. 324 Niamh Mangan f SF 48:10,9258. 496 Alannah Lunney f SF 48:11,3259. 315 Eimear Gillen f SF 48:16,5260. 5 Sandra Binu f SF 48:20,8261. 251 Aoine Sharkey f SF 48:22,1262. 227 Sally O’Donnell f F50 48:26,3263. 43 Mary Crossan f F50 48:26,4264. 42 Geraldine Crossan f F50 48:26,9265. 110 Katie Gillen f SF 48:31,6266. 206 Siobhan McLaughlin f F40 48:32,7267. 75 Mary Duddy f SF 48:32,7268. 213 Natalia Miotk f SF 48:34,2269. 52 Claire Dabell f SF 48:34,3270. 99 Courteney Gallagher f SF 48:34,6271. 321 Eva Murphy f SF 48:34,6272. 49 Aoise Cullen f SF 48:38,2273. 216 Niamh Monaghan f SF 48:41,4274. 247 Claire Russell f SF 48:45,4275. 186 Noreen McGlynn f SF 49:15,1276. 407 Don Gallagher m M50 49:21,2277. 508 Mairead Boyle f SF 49:22,0278. 409 Michael Gallagher m SM 49:22,0279. 437 Noeleen Lafferty f SF 49:37,9280. 438 Béibhinn Lafferty f SF 49:37,9281. 15 Zack Bradley m SM 49:40,2282. 113 Aimee Grimes f SF 49:54,8283. 384 Leah McBrearty f SF 49:57,8284. 479 Shauna Ward f SF 49:58,2285. 26 Catriona Campbell f SF 49:59,4286. 41 Michelle Crawford f SF 50:00,1287. 14 Kathryn Bradley f F40 50:00,1288. 403 Brenda O Neill f F40 50:00,2289. 256 Isobel Sparks f F40 50:01,0290. 456 Liam O Sullivan m JM 50:01,2291. 265 Gabriela Sztorc f SF 50:02,3292. 266 Klaudia Sztorc f SF 50:02,3293. 267 Caoimhe Teape f SF 50:06,2294. 505 Ciara McGee f SF 50:11,9295. 473 Catherine Patton f F40 50:22,7296. 449 Michelle Patton f F40 50:22,8297. 112 Eimear Gillespie f SF 50:33,0298. 490 Orla Ceadier f SF 50:33,2299. 488 Aoife Ceadier f SF 50:33,5300. 225 Alisha O’Connell f SF 50:33,6301. 489 Claire McGrenra f SF 50:33,8302. 361 Ava Doherty f JF 50:42,0303. 208 Katelyn McNally Grant f SF 50:42,1304. 461 Maeve Medlar f JF 50:45,8305. 226 Sinead O’Doherty f SF 50:45,9306. 460 Aggie Doherty f JF 50:46,6307. 484 Ben Harkin m SM 51:02,6308. 372 Clara McGilloway f SF 51:02,7309. 215 Lia Molloy f SF 51:02,7310. 121 Sinead Hosain f SF 51:03,3311. 374 Grace McGilloway f SF 51:03,3312. 103 Oonagh Gallagher f SF 51:04,0313. 35 Emma Chudley f SF 51:04,0314. 394 Nicola Kelly f SF 51:04,0315. 6 Emily Blake f SF 51:04,0316. 178 Brodie McFeely f SF 51:06,3317. 177 Mirren McFeely f SF 51:06,6318. 252 Eabha Shiel f SF 51:06,7319. 172 Emma McDevitt f SF 51:12,4320. 57 Sophia Devlin f SF 51:12,5321. 139 Clodagh Keys f SF 51:12,9322. 507 Brendan Mc Glynn m SM 51:25,0323. 190 Orla McGlynn f SF 51:25,0324. 194 Sharon McGlynn f F50 51:25,0325. 192 Niamh McGlynn f SF 51:25,0326. 230 Chloe O’Donnell f SF 51:32,3327. 68 Andrea Doherty f SF 51:32,5328. 56 Charlie Devlin m SM 51:32,8329. 417 Lara Giles f SF 51:33,0330. 115 Barbara Harkin f SF 51:33,1331. 40 Tegann Cranney f SF 51:39,1332. 232 Caitlin O’Hagan f SF 51:39,2333. 212 Siobhan Melvin f F40 51:46,2334. 502 Michael O’Boyce m SM 51:47,5335. 503 Miriam O’Boyce f F40 51:48,0336. 30 Meg Carr f SF 51:50,0337. 96 Aoife Gallagher f SF 51:51,0338. 257 Yasmin Sparks f SF 51:51,3339. 242 Meadbh Roarty f SF 51:57,2340. 327 Caitríona Duddy f JF 51:57,3341. 100 Orla Gallagher f SF 52:01,9342. 400 Sarah Gibbons f SF 52:02,9343. 29 Nicola Canning f SF 52:03,5344. 191 Erin McGlynn f SF 52:03,6345. 451 Erika Higgins f JF 52:03,8346. 124 Coilin Hume f SF 52:04,0347. 362 Angela Gallagher Kelly f SF 52:04,7348. 71 Marcella Dolan f SF 52:04,8349. 450 Sophie Mc Cauley f JF 52:07,0350. 176 Samantha McFadden f SF 52:07,2351. 36 Cara Collins f SF 52:16,6352. 182 Cliona McGeever f SF 52:16,6353. 32 Molly Carr f SF 52:17,8354. 168 Rachel McCormick f SF 52:19,3355. 241 Leire Ripodas f SF 52:19,7356. 478 Martina Doherty f SF 52:26,0357. 477 Lucia McCauley f SF 52:26,2358. 391 Alison McFadden f SF 52:28,6359. 84 Emma Duffy f SF 52:28,6360. 174 Mary McFadden f SF 52:29,1361. 376 Callum McGilloway m SM 52:31,4362. 375 Lucy McGilloway f SF 52:33,3363. 377 John McGilloway m SM 52:33,5364. 142 Zeina Khattab f SF 52:35,1365. 141 Salma Khattab f SF 52:36,1366. 200 Emer McGroddy f SF 53:11,4367. 201 Clare McGroddy f SF 53:11,9368. 432 Tanya McLaughlin f SF 53:14,2369. 83 Joan Duffy f F40 53:14,5370. 317 Tori Harvey f JF 53:14,5371. 104 Gemma Gallagher f SF 53:15,6372. 65 Mary Doherty f SF 53:16,1373. 223 Susan O’Boyle f F50 53:16,5374. 214 Naoise Molloy f SF 53:18,6375. 234 Ciara O’Sullivan f SF 53:18,8376. 413 Gacha Mc Namara f F40 53:19,0377. 412 Tuliana Mc Namara f JF 53:19,2378. 127 Christina Keaveney f SF 53:19,6379. 8 Grainne Bonnar f SF 53:19,6380. 154 Chloe Martin f SF 53:20,3381. 91 Maeve Foley f SF 53:24,5382. 60 Katie Divine f SF 53:25,6383. 95 Mia Gallagher f SF 53:25,6384. 330 Siobhan Bradley f SF 53:27,0385. 331 Alma Kavanagh f SF 53:27,0386. 482 Ann f SF 53:27,1387. 74 Eimear Downey f SF 53:29,4388. 44 Daniella Crossan f SF 53:29,5389. 485 Philomena Chudley f F40 53:29,6390. 70 Michelle Doherty f F40 53:32,3391. 495 Bridget Lyons f SF 53:33,0392. 69 Paddy Doherty m M40 53:33,3393. 443 Martina Martin f SF 53:34,7394. 268 Maire Teape f F40 53:57,5395. 506 Teresa McGee f SF 53:58,1396. 463 Judeth Mc Carthey f F40 54:33,7397. 313 Veronica Gillen f F40 54:33,9398. 37 Nadine Collins f SF 54:35,5399. 211 Rosie Melvin f SF 54:35,7400. 140 Aoibhinn Keys f SF 54:38,9401. 281 Emma Wilkie f SF 54:41,5402. 72 Eilish Donnelly f SF 54:44,4403. 116 Saidbh Harte f SF 54:45,3404. 51 Kate Curran f SF 54:46,3405. 23 Fionnula Byrne f F50 54:51,6406. 47 Brid Crumlish f F50 54:51,6407. 465 Maureen Devenney f SF 54:51,9408. 236 Jenny Peoples f F50 55:03,3409. 303 Beatriz Celorrio f JF 55:40,6410. 219 Kate Murray f SF 55:41,0411. 50 Molly Curran f SF 55:41,3412. 440 Martin Mc m SM 55:41,3413. 387 Precious f SF 55:41,5414. 61 Aoife Doherty f SF 55:41,5415. 431 Mia McLaughlin f SF 55:41,8416. 259 Erin Sw eeney f SF 55:41,9417. 261 Laura Sweeney f SF 55:42,0418. 304 Rhianna McAleer f JF 55:42,2419. 199 Caoimhe McGroarty f SF 55:42,2420. 181 Kelly McGeehan Devir f SF 55:42,3421. 16 Leanne Bradley f SF 55:42,8422. 218 Emily Mullen f SF 55:42,8423. 411 Oscar Mc Namara m JM 55:58,2424. 439 Ann McHugh f SF 56:00,7425. 198 Jessica McGreevy f SF 56:01,3426. 427 Catríona Patton f SF 56:02,4427. 425 Mary Patton f F50 56:02,9428. 492 Renée Minnock f SF 56:04,7429. 143 Keeley Lafferty f SF 56:05,3430. 249 Catherine Ryan f SF 56:06,8431. 202 Anna McHugh f SF 56:07,4432. 144 Caoimhe Lafferty f SF 56:23,2433. 151 Kelly Mairs f SF 56:24,1434. 275 Amy Tyrrell f SF 56:24,2435. 383 Sofía Estuzo f SF 56:46,1436. 237 Erin Pyper f SF 56:46,4437. 159 Laura McCann f SF 56:46,9438. 316 Athena McDevitt f JF 57:37,6439. 109 Maeve Gillen f SF 57:38,0440. 245 Megan Rodger f SF 57:38,3441. 487 Zoe Dillon f SF 57:38,4442. 233 Jade Ormond f SF 57:39,2443. 397 Anna Leadley f SF 57:39,7444. 197 Francis McGreevy f F40 57:40,5445. 145 Lubina Laibu f SF 57:41,4446. 373 Sarah McGilloway f SF 57:45,9447. 353 Siobhán Gill f SF 57:46,2448. 426 Mary Lyon f F50 57:47,4449. 92 Elena Forengo Humar f SF 57:59,3450. 94 Sarah Gallagher f SF Letterkenny AC 57:59,5451. 173 Ciara McDevitt f SF 57:59,9452. 136 Daniella Kernan f SF 58:00,2453. 87 Clodagh Ellison f SF 58:00,4454. 184 Jane McGinley f SF 58:01,5455. 462 Ciana Doyle f JF 58:02,0456. 90 Paula Fernandez f SF 58:02,1457. 244 Rosie Rodden f SF 58:03,1458. 107 Paula Garcia f SF 58:03,5459. 380 Blanca Bustillo f SF 58:03,7460. 445 Caoimhe Harvey f SF 58:07,9461. 446 Sinead Kelly f F40 58:08,4462. 255 James Sparks m M40 58:30,2463. 457 Michael O Sullivan m M50 58:30,9Almost 500 complete Loreto Convent 5k – where did you come? was last modified: September 13th, 2016 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)last_img read more

Halo highlights reach new low

first_imgThere were plenty of Angels’ offensive highlights Saturday night at Anaheim Stadium. One just had to know where to look. Between innings, the two jumbo scoreboards replayed a litany of Angels fireworks from the past regular season long home runs here, bashing doubles there, runs scoring at a plentiful rate. As in: Vladimir Guerrero, 0-for-4 Saturday on four identical ground balls to shortstop , 1-for-16 (.062) in the ALCS, and 7-for-34 (.205) in the postseason, all seven hits singles with one RBI. As in: Garret Anderson, 1-for-4 Saturday, 2-for-16 (.133) in the ALCS and 7-for-34 (.205) in the postseason. As in: Freddy Garcia throwing the White Sox’s third straight complete game, allowing six hits and walking one while retiring 16 of the last 18 Angels. As in: The Angels scoring a meager eight runs in four games on 22 hits, only six of them for extra bases. Their team batting average for the series is .177, which if it holds will set a new record for lowest in a LCS. As in: An 8-2 Game 4 loss before 44,857, and a desperate 3-1 hole in the A.L. Championship Series against the Chicago White Sox. Maybe the scoreboard operator was hoping to warm the bats through the power of suggestion. But the Angels are so cold that they stopped a Santa Ana condition virtually overnight. They’re so cold that they are invoking memories of the 1906 Chicago White Sox, the infamous Hitless Wonders, proving that in baseball everything eventually comes full circle. The difference being that the ’06 Sox won the World Series, and the ’05 Angels will likely to watch it. “We’ve had streaks during the season like this, it’s just that this is bad timing,” said second-baseman Adam Kennedy. “They’re really dominating us. “It’s half them and half us. They’re great pitchers, but we stink right now, and if (we stink) tomorrow, it will be our last game.” Other Angels tried to be optimistic. Several summed things up with the standard “that’s baseball’ and said they would come out for Game 5 Sunday and play hard, the refrain that’s worked so well for them in the past. “We can probably check the stats and find other periods like this, and yes, I’ve seen (opposing pitchers) put together efforts like this,” outfielder Garret Anderson said. “We just have to keep doing what we’ve done all summer.” Or excuse themselves for the winter. The Angels’ task is now to win three straight, including two games on the road back. It has been done. The Kansas City Royals were down 3-1 to Toronto in the 1985 ALCS and rallied to win, the last two victories coming in Canada, and the Florida Marlins did it in the 2003 NLCS, too, victimizing the Cubs in Chicago. If the Angels win game 5, maybe they can find Game 6 and 7 tickets in Chicago for Steve Bartman. There have been eight other occasions where a team came back from a 3-1 deficit in the postseason, with the Red Sox of 2004 the all-time champion in comebacks after being down 3-0 to the Yankees a year ago. But few teams have looked as down and out at the plate as the Angels have this series, and few pitching staffs have looked as good as Chicago’s. Garcia’s complete game effort was Chicago’s third straight, tying a LCS record set by the 1973 Mets’ trio of Tom Seaver, Jon Matlack and Jerry Koosman. All four starters have worked into the eighth inning, something that hasn’t happened in the postseason since the 1963 Dodgers’ threesome of Sandy Koufax, Johnny Podres and Don Drysdale did it in their World Series sweep of the Yankees. In the White Sox’s 1906 World Series win, one of two in their history, the White Sox got superlative pitching, allowing just 10 earned runs to the Cubs, who won 116 games during the regular season, in the six-game series. Well, Ed Walsh, Doc White and Nick Altrock have nothing on Jose Contreras, Mark Buehrle, Jon Garland and Garcia. Nothing has gone the Angels’ way since the ninth inning of Game 2 and the Eddings episode, and there were other specious calls Saturday. The Angels thought Paul Konerko struck out on a 2-2 pitch in the first but home plate ump Ron Kulka didn’t agree, and Konerko hit the next Ervin Santana pitch for a three-run home run. Steve Finley thought A.J. Pierzynski was guilty of catcher’s interference while hitting into a double play in the second, but Kulka did not. In the fifth, Scot Shields picked Scott Podsednik off second, but first-base ump Ed Rapuano missed the call. Podsednik stole second and then scored on a single. “The (catcher’s interference non-call) was big,” manager Mike Scioscia said. “But I don’t think the umpiring is why we’re behind 3-1.” The cold, hard truth. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img But on the field? Just plenty of nothing. As in: Chone Figgins, 0-for-4 Saturday with two strikeouts, 1-for-14 in the ALCS (.071), 4-35 in the postseason (.114) with just two walks and 11 K’s. last_img read more


first_imgMinister of State Joe McHugh has confirmed to Donegal Daily that the restoration of an outreach clinic in Letterkenny is now deemed feasible by the West / N. W. Hospital Group on the appointment of a third Consultant Rheumatologist.He now wants a locum appointed as soon as possible if a permanent consultant can’t be found straight away.“I welcome confirmation from the Department of Health that the restoration of an outreach clinic in Letterkenny has now been deemed feasible by the West / N. W. Hospital Group,” the Donegal TD told us. “Progress of the clinic will be based on the appointment of a third rheumatologist consultant and this appointment is included on the Agenda ahead of the Group’s November meeting.“Following that meeting, the application will need to be submitted to the Consultants Appointment Unit for consideration and approval and then to the National Recruitment Service for completion of the recruitment/selection process, which I have been advised can take up to 12 months.“This is a very positive development for the people of Donegal who suffer from this debilitating disease and who, since September 2010, have been forced to travel to places like Manorhamilton, which had the benefit of a singular specialised service, but has the obvious disadvantage of travel time, and costs, for the patient.“In the interim, securing a locum has been considered and I will be seeking clarity around the viability of this option, as well as any decisions made at the November meeting.”  AT LAST! RHEUMATOLOGY SERVICES TO RETURN TO DONEGAL AFTER 4 YEARS was last modified: November 1st, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Consultant RheumatologistJoe McHughLetterkenny General Hospitallast_img read more