Gov. Douglas Announces $4.96 Million for Homeland Security, Majority of Funds to Local Units

first_imgMontpelier, Vt.- Governor Jim Douglas announced that Homeland SecuritySecretary Tom Ridge is making a total of $4,963,000 of fiscal year 2003grant funds available for local and state homeland security preparedness inVermont. The money is for domestic preparedness equipment, training andplanning.Governor Douglas said that Vermont’s Homeland Security Unit (HSU) would workwith all response organizations in the state to ensure that grant fundsreach the largest number of participants in the most effective manner.”Over the next 30 days we will be working closely with representatives fromthe U.S. Department of Homeland Security to finalize the details of thisgrant,” Douglas said. “These additional resources will allow our localfirst responders and state public safety units to be more prepared for avariety of public safety scenarios.”The Governor said that the Homeland Security Unit would be reaching out toall first responder departments to notify them of the availability of funds.The allocation is part of nearly $600 million that has been made availablenationwide by the Bush administration for local homeland security efforts.Vermont’s emergency responders will receive nearly $3.5 million forequipment. “Eighty percent of the equipment allocation must be passeddirectly through to local communities. The state’s twenty percent will beused to purchase, among other things, a hazardous material response trailerfor Southern Vermont,” Douglas said.The grant also includes $ 861, 000 for exercises, $261,000 for training and$348,000 for planning.The Department of Public Safety, Homeland Security Unit, will managedistribution of grant funds at the state level.Information will also be posted on the HSU website atwww.vthomelandsecurity.org(link is external) .last_img read more

Nigeria v Serbia: Battle of Eagles in London’s Hive

first_imgDuro IkhazuagbeAfter the inspiring start of Nigeria in the warm up series to the World Cup 2018 in Russia by claiming a 1-0 victory against Poland in Wroclaw last Friday, the Super Eagles will file out against Serbia this evening at The Hive, Canons Park in London for another trial game. The match is scheduled to begin at 8pm.Although the victory against Poland was heart warming to both the players and Nigerian ball fans, the match threw up some of the grey areas that need to really work on. Team Handler, Gernot Rohr, has said it loud and clear to all who care to listen: This team is still work in progress! The Franco-German gaffer is not deluding himself that with the defeat of the sixth ranked team in the world, his wards have arrived at the global stage. Instead, Rohr has thrown in more hours of work to correct the many flaws noticed in the clash with Poland.“We’ve seen a lot of good things and some things we must work on before the World Cup in Russia,” Rohr observed in his post match review of the game.“Friendly matches provide a great opportunity to see everything about your team.“It is not really the same as a World Cup game. Our preparation is still a work in progress to be ready. We know winning friendly matches could give us false hope but we want to keep working hard,” stressed the Eagles coach ahead of tonight’s clash with Serbia.From the rear, the lad between the sticks for Nigeria at Stadion Miejski, Francis Uzoho, have another chance tonight to prove he’s good enough to pick the Nigerian Number 1 jersey. He was all bundle of fright in his first few minutes on the pitch against Poland. Though he later gained confidence as the game progressed, he has not proved yet he has the capacity to organise his backline in the heat of action.Eagles right and left backs need more attention. Shehu Abdullahi and Bryann Idowu still need to up their games to gain the confidence of Nigerians. The ‘Oyinbo’ wall in the central defence appears impenetrable but in situation where Leon Balogun or Williams Troost Ekong is injured (as we have it today with a likely absence of Balogun due to a knock), Rohr needs to experiment more for a perfect stand in.The problem appears more in the midfield with the absence of skipper John Mikel Obi. Torino player, Joel Obi who is just warming himself back to the team is yet to hit that form that endeared him to ball fans mainly due to his absence from the team due to injuries. There were lapses not common with him against Poland. Mikel Agu, and injured Oghenekaro Etebo are in the wing. One player who stands out of the pack, in that middle, is Wilfred Ndidi. He didn’t disappoint even if he needs to be cautioned on the why ‘too much hardness’ can lead to early exit.Junior Ajayi, Gabriel Okechukwu and a host of some of the players who didn’t get the chance to exhibit their skills against Poland have the Serbian game a clear opportunity to stake for places in the Russia bound final list of 23 Eagles!Up front, Odion Ighalo, Kelechi Iheanacho as well as Alex Iwobi showed good foot-works even though the Leicester City forward appears lost for the greater part of the game.As for Victor Moses, the Serbs are there for his picking! Which rule says Eagles cannot have both Moses and Ahmed Musa on at same time? Moses can effectively operate from the left with Musa doing his thing from the right wing.Serbia on the other hand will be disappointed this evening if they fail to get a result like they did in the tense friendly they lost against Morocco last Friday.The Serbians who had only lost once in their previous ten games before the fall to Morocco, will need to see a vast improvement before June as they have one of the tougher groups, consisting of Costa Rica, Switzerland and most worryingly, Brazil.Serbia Head Coach Mladen Krstajic may look to experiment after his side fell to Morocco last week, with the option to include Cardiff City midfielder Marko Grujic a possibility to add more attacking capabilities into the midfield. Manchester United’s Nemanja Matic and Dusan Tadic, the Southampton forward remain the biggest names for Rohr and his wards to worry about. Adem Ljajic is also to watch out for due to his splitting passes with Luka Milivojević (Crystal Palace), and Aleksandar Mitrović (Fulham) are the other Britain-based stars in the Serbia squad for the match against Nigeria.(Today)Spain vs ArgentinaNigeria vs SerbiaEngland vs ItalyGermany vs BrazilRussia vs FranceDenmark vs ChileEgypt vs GreeceBelgium vs S’ArabiaShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Women’s basketball defeats Oregon State at home

first_imgFreshman forward Alissa Pili puts up a contested shot over two Beaver defenders Friday night. Pili finished with a team-high 26 points in the upset victory. (Ling Luo / Daily Trojan) “Alyson came in there and gave us a common influence out there playing great defense,” head coach Mark Trakh said following the win. “I thought Kayla Overbeck’s defense was outstanding.” Overbeck racked up three first-half steals and finished the night with four total along with two blocks and 8 points. A strong third quarter for the Trojans turned a 3-point halftime deficit into a 6-point lead heading into the fourth as USC outscored the Beavers 19-10 in the third frame. Trakh believes Pili has played herself into the conversation for Pac-12 Freshman of the Year after yet another dominant showing. USC will have a day to rest before welcoming standout senior guard Sabrina Ionescu and the No. 3 Oregon Ducks to Galen Center Sunday afternoon. USC graduate guard Aliyah Jeune, who was honored pregame for reaching 1,000 career points, continued to shoot the ball well for USC, hitting two timely threes to halt OSU’s momentum in the first half. The defensive energy of freshman guard Alyson Miura, who also tacked on 9 points on the offensive end, set the tone for the team early, while senior forward Kayla Overbeck made her presence felt defensively all night. “I think we all just wanted to win really badly,” Pili said postgame. “We were fighting from the beginning.” Another timely bucket from Jeune ended a slow start to the fourth quarter for USC, stretching the Trojans’ lead to 7 points, their largest lead of the evening up to that point. “We really look to Alissa, especially when we’re down like that,” Miura said following the win. “She’s our go-to girl.” Freshman forward Alissa Pili continued her dominant stretch for the Trojans, serving as a catalyst and leading the team with 11 first-half points in a physical battle for USC’s bigs given Oregon State’s tendency to dominate down low. The Trojans were able to respond to short runs by the Beavers and kept the game close throughout the first half, only letting OSU lead by as much as 6 before the halftime break. Pivec led the team with 16 points and six assists and tied with Jones for the team lead in rebounds with seven. Jones also tacked on 12 points and a block. Pili scored in double digits for the ninth straight game, finishing with a team-high total of 26 points and 13 rebounds. Friday’s win was Pili’s best scoring effort since her season-high 28-point outburst in USC’s thrilling overtime win against then-undefeated UCLA. “It was a big win for us and it gets us back in the postseason picture, as far as the NIT and maybe even the NCAA,” Trakh said. Coming off a disappointing loss at Stanford — in which the Trojans were outscored 28-6 in the first quarter — USC knew it had to get out to a strong start. After USC expanding the lead to 11 points, a late OSU run cut the lead down to a single possession at one point, giving Trojan fans a brief scare before USC closed the game out down the stretch.   Jeune finished the night with 12 points but exited late in the fourth quarter after what appeared to be a lower leg injury. She remained on the bench as the game was already decided in the final minute. USC picked up another big win against a ranked conference opponent and is now back in the postseason conversation after taking down 11th ranked Oregon State by a final score of 72-66 at Galen Center Friday evening. The Beavers were led by strong showings from senior guard Mikayla Pivec and freshman forward Taylor Jones.last_img read more


first_imgThe leading runners at the start of the Convoy 5K. Pic.: Gary Foy,newsandsportfilesMore than 370 runners turned out for the Convoy 5k in what proved a great night.Letterkenny AC athlete Ivan Toner was first home in an excellent time of 15.54 with Pauric Breslin in second place and Daniel Hannigan coming home in third.The following are all th results and times for those who took part. Well done to everyone.Bib Name Sex AG Club Time1 214 Ivan Toner m SM Letterkenny AC 15:542 280 Pauric Breslin m SM Letterkenny AC 15:573 Daniel Hannigan m sm Letterkenny AC 16:454 160 Paul Mc Glinchey m sm Letterkenny AC 16:505 259 Liam Doherty m SM Cranford AC 16:566 140 Gareth Kerrigan m SM Milford AC 17:117 584 Ciaran Mc Elhinney m sm Finn Valley 17:168 306 Conor McDevitt m SM Individual 17:209 226 Barry Meehan m SM Letterkenny AC 17:2210 149 Bill Duncan m M40 Lifford AC 17:3211 15 Derek Callaghan m SM Finn Valley 17:3612 171 John Sweeney m sm Cranford AC 17:3713 89 Clint Doherty m SM Finn Valley 17:4515 225 Shane Gallagher m SM Finn Valley Fit for Life 17:5114 236 Charlie Mc Elwaine m JM Lifford ac 17:5116 158 Eddie Kelly m M40 Lifford A.C. 18:0917 503 Shay Carlin m sm Lifford 18:1418 185 Martin Dubleavey m M40 Foyle Valley 18:1719 121 Ben George m M40 Letterkenny AC 18:1820 38 Colin Apperley m SM Fit N Running 18:2021 155 Mark Gillen m SM Team NRG 18:2322 11 John Taylor m M50 Convoy AC 18:2423 12 Conor Gallagher m SM Lifford AC 18:2424 261 Kenny O’Donnell m M40 Finn Valley Fit for Life 18:2725 224 Barry Gallagher m SM Finn Valley Fit for Life 18:3126 560 Mark Connolly m m50 Finn Valley 18:4727 285 Paul Dillian m M40 Newtown 18:4928 275 Peter McMenamin m SM Individual 18:5029 243 Gary Mc Fadden m sm 19:0230 159 Michael Chambers m sm 19:0731 531 Shaun Mc Fadden m sm 19:0732 134 James Donaghey m M40 Convoy A.C. 19:0834 39 Philip Kelly m SM Lifford AC 19:1033 212 Nikita Burke w SW Letterkenny AC 19:1035 51 Sean Mc Ivor m SM Reach Running Club 19:1336 532 Irene Mc Fadden w sw Letterkenny AC 19:1737 179 Michael Gallagher m m40 Finn Valley 19:2238 166 Michael Penrose M M40 Finn Valley 19:2539 151 Warren Blackburn m SM Convoy A.C. 19:2640 114 Mack Neeson m SM 19:3141 207 Aidrian Gill m sm 19:3242 264 Oran O’Donnell m JM Finn Valley Fit for Life 19:3643 213 Jane McGinley w SW Letterkenny AC 19:3744 283 Seamus McLlion m M50 Foyle Valley 19:3845 198 Sean Crossan m m40 Finn Valley 19:4146 66 Michael Mc Grinder m M40 Lifford AC 19:4247 143 Ally Doherty w SW 19:4348 16 Daniel Hewett m SM Milford AC 19:4949 250 Troy Hegarty m sm Letterkenny AC 19:5250 35 Martin Anderson m M40 Finn Valley 19:5551 9 Andy Leighton m M40 Convoy AC 19:5652 551 Damien Murphy m sm Raphoe Road Runners 19:5753 127 Ben McGonagle m SM Rossess AC 19:5854 161 Mark Mc Fadden m m40 20:0355 129 John Kelly m M40 Convoy A.C. 20:0656 167 David Gordon m sm 20:0757 278 Iggy Houston m M50 Lifford A.C. 20:0858 535 Sean Molloy m m40 Foyle Valley 20:1359 105 Adrian McHugh m M40 Individual 20:1661 272 Gerrard Campbell m M50 Lifford AC 20:1860 509 Conor Mc Gonigle m m40 Finn Valley 20:1862 215 Conor McLaughlin m SM Individual 20:2063 182 Joe Mc Nulty m m40 Lifford 20:2164 240 Eamon Connolly m sm 20:2365 505 Martin Jordan m sm 20:2566 208 Fgerard Mc Connell m sm 20:2767 132 Stephen Long m SM Convoy AC 20:2868 44 Gerard Crawford m M40 Lifford AC 20:3569 85 Eimear Mc Dermott w W40 Finn Valley 20:3570 572 Seamus Morrisan m m40 Letterkenny AC 20:3771 296 Oliver Barrette m SM Lifford AC 20:3972 298 Paul Stewart m SM Individual 20:4173 177 Sean O Leary m m50 Finn Valley 20:4574 318 Alan Lyttle m sm 20:4775 131 Chris Nee m M40 20:4976 279 Paddy Tarish m M50 Lifford AC 20:4977 150 John Hughes m M50 Letterkenny AC 20:5278 169 Chris Ashmore m m40 20:5679 190 Max Mc Gonagle m JM 20:5780 241 Sean Mc Menimam m m50 20:5981 23 Ton Bangert m M60 Lifford AC 21:0182 152 David Mc Nulty m SM Lifford A.C. 21:0283 271 Dominic Carlin m M40 Lifford AC 21:0584 288 Carmel Mc Bride w W40 Finn Valley AC 21:0685 300 Jonny Stewart m SM Individual 21:0786 52 Kevin Coyle m M40 Reach Running Club 21:0887 302 Lionie Mullen w SW Lifford AC 21:1288 267 Moby Mc Loughlin m SM Lifford A.C. 21:1689 186 Paul Mc Namee m M50 Lifford A.C. 21:2090 184 Michelle Hunter w sw 21:2291 74 Liam Cleary m M40 Lifford AC 21:2492 228 Ronan O’Donnell m JM Individual 21:2993 579 Eddie Doherty m sm 21:3094 178 Mary Hipsley w w40 21:3195 266 Patrick Mc Daid m SM Lifford A.C. 21:3196 274 Kieran Coyle m M40 KCR 21:3197 304 Declan McAlerr m M40 Lifford AC 21:3398 199 Karin Duffner w w40 Finn Valley 21:34100 164 Rodney Linsday m sm 21:3799 176 Hugh Gallagher m sm 21:37101 234 John mc Elwaine m jm 21:41102 561 Steven Shields m m40 21:41103 109 Paddy Gallagher m M40 Lifford AC 21:42104 253 Alan Catterson m M40 Finn Valley Fit for Life 21:45105 510 Steven Stewart m sm 21:50107 18 Sinead Kenny w W40 Finn Valley 21:53106 562 Lisa Patterson w sw 21:53108 19 Josephine Donaghy w SW Convoy AC 21:54109 276 Finton O’Hagan m M40 Castlefinn running 21:56111 101 William Odonnell m SM Convoy AC 21:58110 209 Brian O Donnell m m40 21:58112 310 Shaun O’Donnell m M50 Swanlings 21:59113 237 Ian Alexander m m40 22:02114 309 Eilish McClaferty w SW Letterkenny AC 22:02116 115 Paul McMullan m SM Convoy GAA 22:07115 206 Damien Caldwell m m40 22:07117 269 Sharon Hamilton w W40 Aghyaran 22:08118 527 Rajesh Mehan m sm 22:09120 34 Noel Mailey m SM Convoy AC 22:11119 223 Marion Boyle w w50 Foyle Valley 22:11121 577 Johathon Porter m jm 22:12122 6 John Smith m M50 Convoy AC 22:16123 219 Richard Raymond m M60 Letterkenny AC 22:18124 146 Darren Reid m M40 Lifford A.C. 22:19125 31 Rachel Doherty w W40 Foyle Valley 22:21126 284 Damien Mc Hugh m SM 22:22127 311 Samatha Wilkson w w40 22:23129 181 Debhra Conroy w sw 22:24128 315 Amelda Gallagher w w40 22:24130 526 Teresa Quinn w w50 22:27131 506 Brendan Giles w sm 22:29132 107 Patsy McHugh m M40 Individual 22:31133 312 Eugene McGinley m M40 Swanlings 22:31134 70 Kevin Gallagher m M40 Lifford AC 22:32135 295 Mickey Mc Curdy m M40 Lifford AC 22:34136 5 Lindsey Toner w SW Convoy AC 22:36137 263 Jamie O’Donnell m JM Finn Valley Fit for Life 22:37138 297 Mairead Mc Granaghan w SW Convoy AC 22:39139 227 Francesa Patton w SW Convoy AC 22:41140 80 David McDyre m SM Individual 22:42141 73 Joey O LEARY m M40 Castlefinn running 22:43142 36 Carl Houston m M50 Castlefinn running 22:45143 573 Sean Toner m sm 22:47144 559 Eoghan Gleeson m sm 22:50145 588 Brian Doherty m m40 22:50146 520 `Johnathon Wilson m sm 22:51147 37 Damien Monaghan m M40 Lifford AC 22:54148 308 Sabrina Mc Grinder w sw 22:55149 8 Gordon Galbraith m SM Convoy AC 22:56150 75 Brendan Martin m M40 KCR 22:57151 141 Paula Donaghy w SW Convoy A.C. 22:58153 205 Shay Mc DEVITT M SM 23:01152 316 Mary Gallagher w w50 23:01154 54 Eamon Mc Connell m M40 Castlefinn running 23:02157 29 Christopher Cuskelly m SM Lifford AC 23:03156 46 Amanda Mc Brearty w SW Castlefinn running 23:03155 78 Anthony Gallagher m M40 Castlefinn running 23:03158 204 John Diver m sm 23:07159 27 Oran Mc Grath m JM Lifford AC 23:08160 20 Emma Bates w SW Convoy AC 23:10161 197 Stephan Mc Gorary m m40 23:13162 25 Aidan Mc Grath m M40 Lifford AC 23:15163 40 Gloria Donaghy w W50 Finn Valley 23:20165 291 Michael Chambers m SM Individual 23:24164 507 Roisin Louge w sw 23:24166 533 Margaret Shiels w w40 23:27167 76 Bernie Martin w W50 KCR 23:31168 246 Siobhan Barrett Doherty w w40 23:36169 32 Kate Meehan w W50 Foyle Valley 23:38170 307 Bernadette Mc Grinder w sw 23:41171 242 Rhonda Porter w sw 23:43172 170 Terence Mc Carron m m40 23:44173 282 Mark Donaghey m M40 Lifford A.C. 23:44174 153 Joseph Casey m M40 23:50175 165 Gillian Smith w sw 23:52176 200 Ramona Gallagher w sw 23:52177 55 Sinead Mc Connell w W40 Castlefinn running 23:53178 139 Claire Molly w W40 23:59180 83 Robert Mitchell m SM Lifford AC 24:01179 248 Conor Hayes m m40 24:01181 594 Rachel Bell w sw 24:03182 305 Agnes Ryan w SW Milford AC 24:04183 10 Keith French m SM Convoy AC 24:09184 290 Mary Rice w W40 Killybegs Swanlings 24:10186 130 Margo Carlin w W40 24:13185 517 Sean lorinyenko m m40 24:13187 13 Eileen Crawford w SW Lifford AC 24:14188 22 Marjan Bangert w W60 Lifford AC 24:15189 14 Stephen Crawford m SM Lifford AC 24:16190 84 Oonagh Mc Guigan w W40 Lifford AC 24:19191 581 Declan Lynch m sm 24:21192 72 Evelyn Mc Geehan w W40 FVFIT4LIFE 24:26193 2 Kayleigh Smith w SW Convoy AC 24:31194 79 Joe Johnston m SM Individual 24:36195 211 Marie Gibson w Letterkenny AC 24:37196 595 Sinead Mc Meniman w sw 24:38197 87 Laura Whiteduncan w W40 Castlefinn running 24:39198 591 Aoife Mc Loughlin w sw 24:41199 592 Lauren Guthrie w sw 24:43200 142 Sam Faukner m SM 24:44202 128 Bridgeen Doherty w W40 Run 4 Fun Letterkenny 24:50201 202 Sabrina Sprath w sw 24:50204 232 Amanda Monaghan w sw 24:57203 233 Ashleigh Donaghey w sw 24:57205 238 Michael Mc Curdy m m40 24:58206 88 Mary Martin w W60 Finn Valley 24:59207 201 Dolores Mc Glinchey w w40 25:03208 513 Kevin Heffarnan m m50 25:07209 45 Caroline Crawford w SW Lifford AC 25:08210 194 Joe Melarkey m M40 25:10211 245 Lisa Ferguson w sw 25:11212 534 Marie Mc Colgan w w40 25:12213 48 Marie Duffy w W40 FVFIT4LIFE 25:14214 117 Melanie Pearson w SW Individual 25:16215 189 Danny Boyle m SM 25:21216 28 Olivia Cuskelly w SW Lifford AC 25:22217 168 N.N. 168 25:25218 188 Declan Mc Callion m M50 Lifford A.C. 25:28219 7 Paul O Brien m SM Castlefinn running 25:33220 222 Yvonne McClure w SW Individual 25:37221 289 Billy Baldrick m M50 Killybegs Swanlings 25:39222 173 Thomas Mc Hugh m m50 25:41223 64 Adriena Mc Glinchey w SW Castlefinn running 25:42224 550 Natasha White w sw 25:45225 30 Frances Wilson w SW KCR 25:46226 147 Mary Doherty w SW Convoy A.C. 25:48228 192 Martin Langan m M40 Convoy A.C. 25:50227 514 Eimear Mc Laughlin w w40 25:50229 71 Paula Jansen w SW Finn Valley 25:51230 203 Paul Cullen m sm 25:58231 65 Lorraine Mc Grinder w W40 Lifford AC 26:02232 86 Ceejay Griffin w JW Convoy AC 26:17233 501 Barry Doherty m sm 26:23234 502 Charlie Doherty m m60 26:23235 135 Johnny Eaton m M40 26:28236 175 Margaret Laverty w sw 26:29238 193 Mark Mc Curdy m JM 26:29237 287 Lisa McGlinchey w W40 Castlefinn running 26:29239 157 Mary Hegarty Brogan w SW Run 4 Fun Letterkenny 26:33240 56 Samantha Reid w W40 Aghyarn Athletics 26:39244 17 Veronica Kilpatrick w W40 Convoy AC 26:45242 239 Kathy Mc Beth w sw 26:45241 301 Joe Breslin m m50 26:45243 521 Stella Mc Cole w sw 26:45245 162 Linda Harkin w sw 26:47246 62 Sinead Craig w SW Lifford AC 26:48247 58 Brooke Conroy w SW Lifford AC 26:51248 525 Joanne Mc Nabb w sw 26:52249 82 Roisin Kerrigan w W40 Lifford AC 26:53252 53 Denise Moss w W40 Aghyarn Athletics 26:55250 174 Nicola Kee w w40 26:55251 522 Peter Mc Clean m m50 26:55253 270 Collette Callaghan w SW KCR 26:56255 33 Tanya Hall w SW Convoy AC 27:01254 524 Michael Sweeney m jm 27:01256 523 Brian Sweeney m m40 27:06257 210 Fidelma Mullaney w SW Individual 27:10258 516 Ingrida Troverkaite w sw 27:13260 216 Lisa Wauchope w SW Donoughmore 27:14259 231 Mary Mc Brearty w sw 27:14261 511 Lesieann Gowan w sw 27:26262 125 Stephanie Rushe w SW Finn Valley Fit for Life 27:30264 145 Roisin Brogan w SW Convoy A.C. 27:32263 555 Ann Donnell w w40 27:32265 68 Caroline Mc Curdy w SW Lifford AC 27:33267 273 William Bonner m SM Individual 27:40266 558 Marie Bonner w w50 27:40268 515 Loraine Boyce w sw 27:43269 589 Kathleen Craig w jw 27:46270 590 JohnCraig m sm 27:48271 24 Carmel Brindle w W40 Lifford AC 27:49272 119 Hanalta Gibson w JW Convoy AC 27:52273 49 Sarah Barrett w SW Lifford AC 27:54275 229 Amanda Duffy w W40 Aghyaron 27:55274 281 Sue Byrne w W40 Finn Valley Fit for Life 27:55276 576 Timothy Porter m jm 27:56277 110 Diane Gallagher w W50 Individual 27:57278 77 Mary Mc Granaghan w W40 Castlefinn running 27:58279 292 Catherine Freney w W40 Convoy AC 27:58281 67 Grainne Rice w SW Lifford AC 28:04280 180 Teresa Mc Meniman w sw 28:04282 57 Karen Burke w W40 Aghyarn Athletics 28:07283 1 Nicola Gregg w SW Convoy AC 28:08284 69 Sinead Mc Granaghan w W40 KCR 28:09285 256 Miriam McElory w W40 Lifford AC 28:17286 126 Sarah Foy w SW Individual 28:22287 575 Ailison Porter w sw 28:23288 317 N.N. 317 28:27289 92 Maeve Doherty w sw 28:34290 530 Finnualla Mc Bride w w40 28:40291 137 Marie Gallagher w SW Aghyaran 28:58292 244 Denise Ferguson w sw 28:59293 554 Louisw Mathewson w sw 29:01294 303 Kevin Boyle m m60 29:08296 50 Gareth Mc Carron m SM Lifford AC 29:11295 60 Kate Mullen w SW Lifford AC 29:11297 116 Melanie Patterson w SW Individual 29:13298 156 Girls Gillen w SW Team NRG 29:16299 41 Noreen Mc Kelvey w SW KCR 29:17300 587 Tanya Doherty w sw 29:22301 265 Nuala Allan w W50 Raphoe Road Runners 29:27302 59 Christine Patton w SW Lifford AC 29:29303 260 Ann Strain w W40 Convoy A.C. 29:38305 47 Melanie Sweeney w SW Castlefinn running 29:43304 230 Elaine Mc Goldrick w sw 29:43306 124 Selina Rusell w SW Finn Valley Fit for Life 29:46307 294 Tracy McMenamin w SW Aghyaron 29:47308 218 Beth Weir w JW Donoughmore 29:59309 217 Hanna Wauchope w JW Donoughmore 30:02310 195 Aine Melarkey w JW 30:10311 512 Denise Mc Cory w sw 30:14312 252 Tony McDaid m M50 Individual 30:20313 133 Benny Sweeney m m40 30:21314 136 Caroline Catterson w W40 KCR 30:24315 104 Jolene McHugh w SW Convoy AC 30:35316 254 Orla McNulty w SW Lifford AC 30:37317 593 Louise Goudie w sw 30:43318 257 Angeline Driver w Finn Valley Fit for Life 31:03319 299 Gus O Dricoll m m40 31:05320 519 Kirina Gildea w sw 31:12321 191 Nicola Bonner w JW Convoy A.C. 31:17322 123 Edel Neely w W40 Finn Valley Fit for Life 31:22323 122 Edel Doherty w SW Finn Valley Fit for Life 31:24324 138 Marrian Cullen w W60 31:43325 247 Audra Diver w w40 31:44326 148 Fidelma Mc Brearty w SW Run 4 Fun 31:58327 106 Lorraine Campbell w W40 Tirconaill AC 32:07328 319 N.N. 319 32:14329 313 Diana Arbuckle w w40 32:16330 91 Yvonne Mc Garvey w SW Lifford AC 32:38332 508 Gill Baird w w40 32:48331 552 Wendy Long w sw 32:48333 556 Fionn Crawford m jm 32:50334 557 Martin Crawford m sm 32:51335 183 Margaret Mullen w w40 32:53336 118 Miriam Gallagher w SW Individual 32:54337 144 Andrew Doherty m SM 32:59338 504 Cormac Carlin m sm 33:03339 251 Cathie Lindsay w SW Individual 33:10340 220 Elina Maliseva-Gailo w SW Letterkenny AC 33:19341 221 Edgar Gailis m SM Individual 33:20342 258 Jerry Driver m M60 Individual 33:32343 26 Lauren Mc Grath w JW Lifford AC 33:38344 3 Julie Cole w SW Convoy AC 33:40345 21 Rodney Bates m SM Convoy AC 33:47346 582 Gorgie Lynch w jw 33:52347 553 Jack Long m jm 33:54348 249 Diane Hetherington w sw 34:05349 61 Gemma Mc Bride w SW Convoy AC 34:07350 518 Oran taylor m jm 34:17351 63 Lynn Speer w W40 Lifford AC 34:34352 102 Danielle Kerrigan w SW Convoy AC 35:49353 108 Ella McHugh w JW Individual 35:51354 314 Jacqueline Cleary w w40 36:40355 187 Martina Ward w W50 Convoy A.C. 36:41356 90 Margaret Mc Garvey w SW Lifford AC 36:45357 293 Betty Gallen w W60 Aghyarn Athletics 37:59358 103 Iris Kerrigan w W50 Individual 39:19359 172 Joan Mc Hugh w w50 39:41360 586 Celine Furey w sw 41:37361 585 Ciaran Mc Elhionney m sm 41:58362 112 Caroline Campbell w SW 45:28363 113 Aileen Mc Cullagh w SW 45:29364 196 Teresa Mc Cahill w sw 47:39365 111 Niall Doherty m SM 47:58366 163 Aisling Quinn w sw 48:45367 528 Tina Quinn w w50 49:52368 529 Melissa Quinn w sw 49:53369 574 Patricia Brolly w w50 49:53370 578 Majella Mc Cosker w w40 49:53HUGE TURN-OUT FOR CONVOY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 16th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img