Priscila: “I don’t see ethical or fair that the season ends like this”

first_imgAs for the season, Priscila hopes to finish playing it after overcoming this crisis. “I do not see ethical that the season ends thus. I do not even consider it. Without the World Cup and Absolute Europeans, it is viable for now to extend the League, which ends soon in May, and play in June or try to put two games per week. Nor do we have as many matches to play (nine, with the strike day included), “says the attacker, who dedicates his quarantine to staying in shape” to return in the best way “and studying the police opposition.” The most difficult is not to touch the ball, “he highlights.” This season I did not start very well physically either due to different circumstances and then I have reached a good level again. Now I am trying to stay home as best as possible and I am on the path of not losing shape. When I return, I hope to do it with more desire and more strength “, he maintains.“I compare Rosa Márquez with Iniesta”In addition, Priscila reviews the adversities she has overcome during her career. “I worked in a hotel in Sabadell, in a cafeteria in Badajoz or in a school and in a bakery in Madrid. It has not cost me, but it is true that I highly value not having to do it now to play soccer,” says the Betis striker, who never expected to be in the First Division for so long: “When I started playing I did not expect the results or spend so much time in the First Division. The League has changed a lot and has suffered from everything, format changes and bad streaks. Now at last it seems that everything is settling down, with the agreement and with perfectly regulated contracts. It is a joy to see how all this has changed. “AFE ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Priscila talks about the agreement during the players’ press conference at the AFE headquarters.AFE About the agreement he also expressed his opinion. Priscila believes that “it has taken a long time” and that the most important thing for her firm is to regulate the price and injuries. “LOr more importantly, the agreement is that if I have started working at the age of 20, I have been listed since then and not only for a few years. Me because I have been fortunate enough to contribute with the different jobs I have had, but another person would now be 35 years old with hardly having contributed for his retirement, “says Priscila, who also remembers the bad years she spent without collecting in Sabadell, the problems with the flat in Huelva or how he has had to sacrifice himself and be away from his family for fourteen years. “What I value most of all that is that I never lost hope. “ sentenced the Andalusian forward, who despite not having had many references points to the attacker Auxi Jiménez as her greatest example to follow and highlights the great talent of teammates like Rosa Márquez :. “I compare Rosa Márquez with Iniesta. She has a more than promising future and we will surely see her winning titles.” Priscila Borja is one of the veterans who lead the First Iberdrola. The Betis striker and top scorer, who has completed twenty seasons in the top flight, attended AS by telephone in the midst of the health crisis that the whole country has stopped to assess how this campaign has been, which he described as “roller coaster”. “I see everything positive and I believe that these adversities are going to make us grow both personally and athletically. I really want to see the faces of my teammates and embrace them. We have a very nice goal ahead and we must go for it”, exposes.At 35, Priscila remains at a great physical level, being the undisputed starter at Betis, and has not yet decided whether to hang up his boots or continue another year as a green-white. In the past season the same thing happened to him and the Seville ended up renewing for another course with the Heliópolis painting. “It was clear to me to retire this season and now between the strike, the agreement or the health crisis, among other things, I am rethinking everything. What I miss the most is playing football, “highlights Betica, which reveals the secret of being so well after two decades playing at the highest level:” There are several influencing criteria. One is work, both physical and mental, then there is a bit of genetics and luck plays an important role in terms of injuries and having the confidence of the coach. You also have to feel young. For example, I’m still very excited to play soccer. ““Pier gives us responsibility and freedom”For her part, the Andalusian attacker regrets that the break has come at the best time for the team. “This crisis has come when we were better, in a crescendo improvement of the team. But well the same is a new opportunity, “he highlights, shortly before evaluating Pier’s arrival on the verdiblanco bench:” All the changes are good and we came from a dynamic of not being comfortable with the game and the results. We were not having results. When Pier arrived we started to score some points and that encouraged us a lot“Of the former Betis player, Priscila states that he is a coach who gives you” responsibility and freedom. “” He always gives us freedom on the field and that implies responsibility. Play with that double-edged sword and the players have welcomed it very well. At the end he has been a player and he knows perfectly what the players feel“he assures. Betis’); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Priscila hugs Pier after a First Iberdrola match.Betislast_img read more

‘Vision 2030 in Limbo’

first_imgThe president of the Liberian Business Association (LIBA), Mr. Dee-Maxwell Kemayah, said once there is no economic peace and security for Liberian business people, especially those engaged in small businesses, the much publicized Vision 2030 and the Agenda for Transformation (AfT) will not achieve their goals.Kemayah said that he was frustrated over the idea that the government continues to speak of Vision 2030 and nothing is being done to empower Liberian owned businesses around the country.According to him, “It is saddening and unfortunate to see owners of small and medium sized enterprises struggling in our emerging economy just to make ‘ends meet’ for their families while government keeps speaking of Vision 2030,” which he said is not been implemented.The president of LIBA made the statement recently when he identifies with over 500 children at his Paynesville resident during the festive seasons.Mr. Kemayah also added that if the Government’s “Vision 2030” must work in this country, the Government must see the need to empower “our Liberian-own businesses.”He stressed that if the government cannot empower Liberian-owned businesses, it go away with the idea of Vision 2030, the year that the Liberian Government thinks that most Liberians would have been in the middle class.LIBA president suggested that the Government needed to look at this vision 2030 very carefully in this country, because the people are suffering.”Mr. Kemayah used the occasion to also call on the Government to look at the Public Procurement and Concession Commission (PPCC) laws, which, according to him, prevents Liberians from getting access to contracts or loans.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Pat Pimm resigns from caucus after being arrested

first_imgThis press release was just sent out by the Province of B.C.  We will have more on this shortly- Advertisement -Statement from B.C. Government Caucus Chair, MLA Ron Cantelon:Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm has resigned from Caucus and resigned his parliamentary secretary post effectively immediately.Mr. Pimm was involved in a domestic incident Sunday night and was taken into custody by the Fort St. John RCMP. He was released Monday morning.The Government Caucus will review the matter once the legal process has unfolded.Advertisement I am very proud to serve the constituents of Peace River North and will continue to work hard to represent their interests in Victoria. Statement from Peace River North MLA Pat Pimm:Last night, I was involved in a dispute with my wife, that led to police involvement, and I was held in custody overnight.I have decided to take a leave from Caucus and resign my Parliamentary Secretary post effective immediately.It’s time for me to work on family and personal issues.Advertisementcenter_img UPDATE:  We have just posted more information about this story.  Click here to see the update.last_img read more


first_imgIvan Toner (file)THERE was a large turn-out in glorious evening sunshine in Letterkenny last evening for the Coláiste Ailigh 5k run.A total of 365 runners took part, from first year students to seasoned campaigners.Letterkenny AC’s Ivan Toner was first to the line in a time of 15:37. Coláiste Ailigh 5k 2014Place Race No.Time FirstName SurnameCategory Club1 412 15.37 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 346 16.53 Kieran McBride SM Letterkenny A C 3 273 16.59 Paul Toner M40 Letterkenny A C4 297 17.38 Paul Murray SM Individual5 347 17.47 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon6 283 17.56 Humphrey Murphy M50 Letterkenny A C7 278 17.58 Paddy McGee SM Individual 8 398 18.10 Peter O’Donnell SM Individual9 372 18.12 Stewart Magee SM Individual10 343 18.32 Michael Duffy SM Cranford A C11 296 18.45 Darren Price SM Letterkenny A C 12 1441 18.51 Ciaran O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C13 1406 18.57 Seamus Nallen SM 24/7 Triathlon14 279 19.01 Bob Gorbraerts SM Individual15 481 19.03 Paul Cosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C16 295 19.11 Damien McGeehan SM 24/7 Triathlon17 323 19.15 Sinead McIntyre Walker Coláiste Ailigh18 280 19.16 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C19 368 19.17 Jeaic Mac Ceallabhuí Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh20 1489 19.21 Dan Friel SM Individual21 411 19.21 Marty McCabe M40 Individual22 1445 19.31 Michael Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C23 483 19.36 Noel Lynch M40 Letterkenny A C24 384 19.37 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A C25 423 19.41 Sinéad Peoples SW Letterkenny A C26 431 19.48 Terenc Boyle SM Individual27 433 19.54 Colly O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C28 1411 19.58 Paul Gildea SM Individual29 444 19.59 Ciaron McIntyre SM Individual30 461 20.00 Blaine Ó Maolagáin SM Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 1 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 317 20.00 Nikita Burke SW Individual32 414 20.00 Jane McGinley SW Letterkenny A C33 315 20.05 Samie Bogan SM St Eunans College34 1450 20.06 John Cannon M40 Tír Chonaill A C35 385 20.08 Ciara Finnegan Tríú Bliain Letterkenny A C36 272 20.16 Barry Mackey M50 Individual37 1409 20.17 Cathal Norrison M40 Individual38 1416 20.17 Paul Lee M40 Letterkenny A C39 1331 20.23 Mark Cannon SM Individual40 341 20.24 Patrick Carr SM Individual41 286 20.26 James Moreton Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh42 413 20.32 Kevin Toner M60 Letterkenny A C43 350 20.35 Colm Buckley SM Individual44 393 20.39 Eamon Patton SM Individual45 334 20.40 Noel Moore SM Individual46 478 20.44 Cathal Harvey SM Individual47 390 20.45 Olly Duffy SM Individual48 309 20.45 Eóin Mac Gaoithín Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh49 293 20.46 Stephen Cunningham SM Individual50 274 20.56 Philip Brown SM Run LK51 318 20.57 Serena McDaid SW Letterkenny A C52 424 20.58 Manus Peoples M50 Individual53 1423 20.59 Declan Waters SM Individual54 477 21.03 Ryan Tyrrell SM St Eunans College55 482 21.16 Gabriel McCrossan M50 Letterkenny A C56 11406 21.17 Rose Ó Donnell Walker Individual57 1399 21.23 Helen Kennedy SW Individual58 1452 21.24 Karen Gallagher Walker Finn Valley A C59 1460 21.25 Gerard McConnell SM Individual60 472 21.25 Alister Hetherington M40 Run LK61 331 21.29 Dara Dunne W40 Letterkenny A C62 1447 21.36 Jason Regan SM Individual01 April 2014 Page 2 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 408 21.38 Maeve Callaghan SW Letterkenny A C64 456 21.39 Oisín Ó Cléirigh Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh65 1310 21.40 Caoimhín MacLochlainn Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh66 1396 21.41 Liam Doherty SM Individual67 1495 21.41 Cormac Nolan M40 Individual68 1494 21.42 Louis Bradley M60 Letterkenny A C69 1487 21.43 Aidan McFadden SM Individual70 383 21.47 Joseph Casey M40 Individual71 439 21.49 Catherine McKinley SW Letterkenny A C72 1403 21.51 Sabrina Mackey W40 24/7 Triathlon73 386 21.51 Alison Ní Uiginn Tríú Bliain Letterkenny A C74 1404 21.54 Ruairí Ó Laifeartaigh Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh75 325 21.56 Jason Ó Siadháil Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh76 1454 21.57 Jonathon Jacob SM Individual77 460 21.58 Diarmuid Ó Cathail Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh78 290 21.59 Ben Dunleavy M50 Letterkenny A C79 407 22.00 James Whoriskey SM Individual80 1483 22.01 Antoin Diver Walker Individual81 1493 22.02 Deirdre Diver SW Letterkenny A C82 369 22.03 Rory Reynolds SM Individual83 284 22.04 Christopher Diver SM Individual84 299 22.05 Luke Murphy SM Letterkenny A C85 1448 22.16 Graham Parker SM 24/7 Triathlon86 1397 22.17 Ciaran Liddy SM Individual87 397 22.17 Megan Slunader Walker Letterkenny A C88 435 22.19 Seamus Ó Fearraigh SM Individual89 467 22.25 Barry McLaughlin M40 24/7 Triathlon90 1482 22.27 Terrance Diver M40 Individual91 285 22.28 Andrew McGlynn SM Individual92 287 22.29 Paul Sweeney SM Individual93 342 22.33 Liam McMullin M40 Individual94 488 22.38 Altan Ní Mhurchú Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 3 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 1387 22.39 Niall Barrett Walker Individual96 1398 22.40 Dónal Mac Lochlainn Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh97 373 22.46 Andrea O’Carroll SW Individual98 484 22.47 Seán Ó Donnell M50 Lifford A C99 1453 22.48 Liam Ferry SM Individual100 1476 22.49 Dermot McGuinness SM Individual101 298 22.50 Sean McCann IB Coláiste Ailigh102 452 22.51 Brandon Jordan Walker Individual103 277 22.55 Mairead Cullen SW Individual104 400 22.55 Michael Conaghan SM Individual105 374 22.56 Eoin Gildea SM Individual106 454 23.01 Tom Murray M40 Individual107 380 23.01 Luke Brown Walker Individual108 490 23.05 Liam Ó hAnnagáin Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh109 457 23.08 Eimear Bradley SW Individual110 288 23.09 Paul O’Donnell SM Individual111 1412 23.16 Donncha Devenney Walker Individual112 319 23.19 Clara Quigley SW 24/7 Triathlon113 370 23.21 Martin Langan M40 Convoy Running Club114 294 23.43 Mártín Ó Cuilinn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh115 440 23.44 Ann Robinson SW Letterkenny A C116 308 23.49 Rónán Mac Gaoithín Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh117 1492 23.52 Evelyne Boyle SW 24/7 Triathlon118 353 23.53 Mark Farren SM Individual119 465 24.05 Seosamh Ó Donnléibhe Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh120 291 24.06 Alan Mailey SM Convoy Running Club121 375 24.07 Sinead McCormack SW Individual122 351 24.10 Seamus Crossan SM Individual123 1446 24.14 Pauline Sweeney W40 Individual124 445 24.16 Dermott Higgins M40 Individual125 1438 24.18 A N Other Walker Individual126 320 24.22 Barry Tinney M40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 4 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club127 281 24.24 Claire Molloy SW Individual128 418 24.25 Brian Doherty M40 Individual129 363 24.31 Shannen Nic Lochlainn Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh130 1497 24.36 Robin Boyle SW Letterkenny A C131 480 24.40 John Duffy M40 Individual132 344 24.49 Louise Roddy SM 24/7 Triathlon133 340 24.51 Stacey Blake SW Run LK134 428 24.52 Isabel Gardiner SW Run LK135 415 24.57 Andy Stewart SM Letterkenny A C136 327 24.58 Marian Kerr SW Letterkenny A C137 316 25.04 Suzie Bogan SW St Eunans College138 328 25.05 Jessica Ní Ghallchóir Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh139 1327 25.06 Sergey McDevitt Walker Individual140 432 25.07 Stephen McShane SM Individual141 1311 25.08 Fiachra Mac Lochlainn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh142 1486 25.13 Craig Herron SM Individual143 314 25.16 Ruth McCrudden W40 Letterkenny A C144 442 25.17 Conor Logue Walker Letterkenny A C145 1480 25.19 Kevin Durran SM Individual146 321 25.23 Catriona McIntye W40 Individual147 1442 25.24 Barry Creagh M40 Individual148 332 25.26 Aisling Ní Fhearráin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh149 1449 25.30 Maureen Doherty W40 Individual150 464 25.31 James Mac Erlean M40 Run LK151 1488 25.32 Stephen Nairn SM Individual152 1405 25.35 Martin Anderson M40 Individual153 493 25.37 Eileen Morning W40 Individual154 1439 25.48 Charmaine Kee SW Individual155 399 25.51 Máire Geoghan SW Run LK156 487 25.52 Diarmuid Coyle Walker Individual157 387 25.53 Laurie Ó Gallachóir Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh158 381 25.58 Karl Curran M50 Individual01 April 2014 Page 5 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club159 388 26.01 Philip Connolly M50 Letterkenny A C160 416 26.10 Michael McElhinney M50 Individual161 355 26.12 James Ferry SM Individual162 11404 26.28 Martin Donaghy SM Individual163 292 26.32 Jason Peoples SM Convoy Running Club164 1410 26.34 Kieran Kelly SM Individual165 391 26.36 Amanda McGrath SW Individual166 1422 26.38 Michael McGinty Walker Individual167 289 26.42 Fidelma McTeague SW Individual168 451 26.43 Shona Maloney W40 Individual169 1421 26.48 Ruairí Mac Fionntaí Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh170 1498 26.50 Amy McGill SW Letterkenny A C171 446 26.51 Mary Higgins W40 Individual172 282 26.56 Goretti Sheridan W40 Individual173 354 27.04 Jackie Ireland W50 Letterkenny A C174 1414 27.05 Amanda Spratt SW Individual175 489 27.06 Zac Ó Murchú Walker Letterkenny A C176 471 27.09 Emmet Ó Grubb IB Coláiste Ailigh177 420 27.12 Maeve Carr W40 Individual178 1437 27.14 Laoise Ryan Walker Individual179 1417 27.15 Bernie Frain W40 Individual180 1395 27.17 Andrea Doherty SW Individual181 1320 27.17 Casey Barrett Walker Individual182 479 27.25 Rosemary Russell W40 Individual183 352 27.26 Maria Gildea SW Individual184 357 27.27 Lorna Kemp Walker Individual185 1419 27.28 Majella Hughes W40 Individual186 1388 27.32 John Devenney Walker Individual187 1390 27.33 John Bosco Ó Gallchóir SM Coláiste Ailigh188 1435 27.35 Gavin McCarron Walker Individual189 500 27.36 Marie McGonagle SW Individual190 1418 27.37 Marian Gallagher W40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 6 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club191 276 27.39 Paddy Crossan SM Individual192 453 28.24 Mary Bonner W50 Individual193 426 28.25 Maeve Rafferty Walker Letterkenny A C194 337 28.25 Alana Gallagher Walker Individual195 310 28.26 Daibhéad Mac Daibhéid Walker Coláiste Ailigh196 434 28.29 Tanya Carson SW Individual197 311 28.30 Colm Mac Daibhéid M40 Coláiste Ailigh198 1440 28.48 Enda Hamill SM Individual199 403 29.01 Ultan Ó Fearáil Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh200 11403 29.04 Kelly Trearty SW Individual201 359 29.17 Ellen Kemp Walker Individual202 358 29.18 Kate Kemp Walker Individual203 1443 29.28 Stephen Crosan SM Individual204 1402 29.37 AnnMarie Roche SW Run LK205 429 29.37 Andrea McGettigan SW Individual206 1329 29.42 Conor Lawless SM Individual207 1324 29.46 Tadhg Brennan Walker Individual208 1485 29.52 Christopher Digimas SM Individual209 1325 30.08 Eamonn McDevitt Walker Individual210 312 30.10 Davy Cowan M40 Coláiste Ailigh211 459 30.14 Meadhbh Ní Chathail Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh212 1451 30.16 Clíona Ní Chonacháin Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh213 450 30.20 Paula McCusker Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh214 427 30.23 Chantelle Gibson Walker Letterkenny A C215 447 30.24 Aisling Ní Uiginn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh216 419 30.30 Mary Carr W40 Individual217 333 30.30 Ciara Harvey SW Individual218 449 30.40 Emily Nic Floinn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh219 1427 30.51 Wendy McGarvey W40 Individual220 1413 30.54 Hayleigh Ní Fhearraigh SW Individual221 364 30.54 Anne Clarke SW Individual222 402 30.56 Nicola Harvey W40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 7 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club223 468 30.58 Ruairí MacLochlainn Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh224 389 30.58 Ross Ó Mearthaile Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh225 1401 31.25 Caoimhín Cinnseallach Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh226 1496 31.25 Seán Mac An Ultaigh Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh227 324 31.30 Amy Ní Ghallachóir Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh228 356 31.30 Ciara Donoghue Walker Individual229 362 31.43 Eileen Walker W40 Individual230 11402 31.48 Orla Trainer SW Individual231 1490 32.02 Stephanie Sheridan W40 Individual232 394 32.03 Ann Marie Shield SW Individual233 335 32.05 Grace O’Connor Walker Individual234 425 32.08 Ann Marie Shields SW Run LK235 1426 32.10 Ruth Keogh SW Individual236 348 32.20 Sean O’Donnell SM Milford A C237 492 32.44 Michael Moreton Walker Individual238 1466 32.47 Colette Ward SW Individual239 330 32.52 Annie McClintock Walker Individual240 322 32.52 Brian McIntyre Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh241 275 32.55 Thomas Crossan Walker Letterkenny A C242 339 33.20 Maitiú Mac Aoidh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh243 443 33.21 Tony Logue M50 Individual244 1425 33.25 Aine Devine SW Individual245 404 33.27 Tamara Harvey SW Individual246 491 34.02 Margaret Moreton Walker Individual247 336 34.03 Cathy Nee W40 Individual248 326 34.04 Grace Ní Earcáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh249 422 34.05 Caoimhe Ní Dhroma Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh250 1444 34.06 Edel McBrearty W40 Individual251 11405 34.07 Sorcha Ní Treartaigh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh252 421 34.08 Amy Ní Chasaide Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh253 448 34.29 Shona Higgins Walker Individual254 1463 35.02 Bahiyyih Ní Dhaimhín Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 8 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club255 11415 35.03 Bronagh O’Toole Walker Individual256 469 35.04 Aisling McLaughlin Walker Individual257 1471 35.05 Niamh Nic Shearraigh IB Coláiste Ailigh258 1326 35.06 Aine McDevitt Walker Individual259 441 35.08 Emma Logue Walker Letterkenny A C260 307 35.28 Conor Ó Riagáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh261 1337 35.29 Brendán Ó Dubhgháin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh262 458 35.33 Deirbhle Ní Chathail Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh263 11409 35.34 Aoife Nic Uait Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh264 1455 35.50 Patrick Kelly IB Coláiste Ailigh265 436 35.53 Christine McIlwaine Walker Individual266 437 35.53 Róisín Ó Donnell Walker Individual267 338 36.31 Catherine Bond Walker Individual268 349 36.36 Cecelia Sheridan Walker Individual269 392 36.57 Kim McGrath Walker Individual270 1424 37.31 Toni Kelly SW Individual271 1434 37.56 Orla McCarron Walker Individual272 486 37.57 Ellenn Convery Walker Individual273 470 37.57 AnnMarie Cunningham Walker Individual274 1392 38.01 Tina Lynch Walker Individual275 1456 38.38 Shiela Kelly Walker Individual276 300 39.03 Niamh Ní Riain Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh277 438 39.20 Róisín Ní Fhearraigh Walker Individual278 496 39.27 Hannah NicShearraigh Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh279 1391 39.27 Amy Ní Cheallacháin Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh280 1335 39.28 Courtney Nic Giolla Comhaill Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh281 1433 39.28 Aoife McCarron Walker Individual282 1491 39.32 Bronagh Sheridan Walker Individual283 366 39.38 Afraic Ní Bhróithre Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh284 365 39.38 Amy Clarke Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh285 396 40.17 Katie Ní Leathlobair Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh286 499 40.17 Bríona Nic Fhionnghaile Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 9 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club287 1333 40.45 Vinnie Coyle Walker Individual288 1394 40.47 Alma Ní Ghormáin Walker Individual289 1462 41.00 Alma Curran Walker Individual290 345 41.08 Shiela Sweeney Walker Individual291 1407 41.15 Roisin Carr Walker Individual292 1408 41.15 Anna Curran Walker Individual293 379 41.17 Méabhá Ní Chaillín Walker Coláiste Ailigh294 466 41.19 Seosaimhín Ní Ghallchóir W40 Coláiste Ailigh295 1350 41.19 Caoimhe Lafferty Walker Individual296 1500 41.22 Dylan O’Donnell SM Individual297 395 41.28 Kate Byrne Walker Individual298 498 41.28 Angela McGinley Walker Individual299 11414 41.29 Niall Murray Walker Individual300 1499 41.33 Bridie Devenney SW Individual301 1347 41.33 Hugh Brogan SM Individual302 1346 41.33 Michael Lynch SM Individual303 1332 41.42 Sinéad Devine Walker Individual304 417 41.57 Josie Gallagher Walker Individual305 476 41.57 Rhonda Strain SW Individual306 473 42.25 Sheral Hetherington W40 Run LK307 11410 42.25 Máire Ní Fhearraigh Walker Individual308 1308 42.39 Miriam Nic Lochlainn Walker Individual309 1349 42.48 Patsy Lafferty Walker Individual310 329 43.29 Úna Carthy Walker Individual311 1338 43.38 Pádraig Ó Dubhgain Walker Individual312 1431 43.38 Martin McCarron Walker Individual313 1432 43.45 Fidelma McCarron Walker Individual314 11401 44.00 Cecelia Nic Colgáin Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh315 1330 44.08 Christopher McColgan Walker Individual316 1348 44.27 Amber Ní Eigeartaigh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh317 11411 44.28 John Grubb Walker Individual318 1321 44.29 Clare Duffy Walker Individual01 April 2014 Page 10 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club319 1481 44.30 Niamh NíhAnnagáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh320 1457 44.35 Rachel Kelly Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh321 1458 44.36 Martin Kelly Walker Individual322 1464 44.38 Ursula Mulgrew Walker Individual323 1465 44.39 Siobhan McMenamin Walker Individual324 1459 44.40 Peter Kelly Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh325 377 44.41 Jonnie Hilferty M40 Individual326 1328 44.43 Alex McDevitt Walker Individual327 378 44.51 Mary Sweeney SW Individual328 367 44.51 Susan McKelvey Walker Individual329 1393 44.55 AnnMarie Hannigan Walker Individual330 382 44.55 Geraldine Curran W40 Individual331 1389 44.58 Mary Gallagher Walker Individual332 497 44.58 Deirdre McCormack Walker Individual333 495 45.10 Kath McSharry Walker Individual334 1436 45.24 Odhran Ryan Walker Individual335 1319 45.24 Ann Ryan Walker Individual336 1429 45.42 Helen Shields Walker Individual337 1420 45.50 Molly Nic Fionntaí Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh338 1470 45.50 Hazel Russell Walker Individual339 406 46.52 Ava Murray Walker Individual340 405 47.00 Aoibhe Whoriskey Walker Individual341 303 47.07 Cormac Ó Colla Walker Coláiste Ailigh342 304 47.08 Niall Ó Colla Walker Coláiste Ailigh343 305 47.34 Raymond Ó Colla SM Coláiste Ailigh344 306 47.36 Dara Uí Cholla SW Coláiste Ailigh345 1478 47.47 Luke McGuinness Walker Individual346 1479 47.47 Kayleigh McGuinness Walker Individual347 11408 47.55 Sinéad Ní Cholmáin Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh348 409 48.33 Rory Ó Buaidhe Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh349 1336 48.33 Ben Coyle Walker Individual350 1334 49.11 Ellen Coyle Walker Individual01 April 2014 Page 11 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club351 1474 49.11 Philip Ward Walker Individual352 1473 49.14 Dan Mac A’Bhaird Walker Individual353 1472 49.21 Proinsias Mac A’Bhaird Walker Coláiste Ailigh354 313 49.21 Carmel Uí Bhacéir W40 Coláiste Ailigh355 1323 50.23 Somhairle Ó Braonáin IB Coláiste Ailigh356 1468 50.26 Niamh McFadden Walker Individual357 1302 50.27 Callum de Gallaí Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh358 11412 50.27 Sonia Moore Walker Individual359 1467 50.28 Lisa McFadden Walker Individual360 1469 50.28 Vera Timmoney Walker Individual361 11413 50.29 Caitriona Kelly Walker Individual362 1461 51.10 Seamus Curran Walker Individual363 1303 51.10 Jenny Reid Walker Individual364 1301 54.04 Maria Connolly Walker Individual365 1312 54.05 Bernie McLaughlin Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 365RESULTS! SO WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE COLÁISTE AILIGH 5K RUN? was last modified: April 2nd, 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:5kColaiste AilighResultslast_img read more

American Football: Derry Donegal Vipers to class with North Dublin Pirates

first_imgThis Sunday the table topping Derry Donegal Vipers will play their last home game of the season at The YMCA Rugby pitches in Drumahoe this Sunday.A far cry from their 1 Win – 5 Losses debut season, The Vipers are flying high in the IAFL2 Division and have already qualified for the prestigious end of season Bowl Game (Divisional Superbowl).The men from the 2 counties have gone unbeaten so far this season, winning all four games and with just two left to go before they head off to the Bowl Game in Dublin, the red and gold Vipers will be looking to extend that winning streak to 5 game in a row. They face off against The North Dublin Pirates in their last home game of the season and having already beaten the Pirates on their turf in Malahide this year (26-6).The Vipers will be confident going into the game. Sitting atop of the division, alongside their Bowl Game opponents The Wexford Eagles, The Vipers realise that it paints a massive target on their back.With the Bowl Game match off already decided the Vipers will have to remain focused in the last two league games of the season as they continue their strive for something unthinkable last year, an unbeaten season. But in The Pirates, they find a determined and very capable foe, a team who have already got a win by their name in only their first season. In an extremely competitive division where every team has managed to win, the game can turn in a sixpence very quickly. Although less experienced, The Pirates have some experienced ex-players now coaching the team and know The Vipers setup very well.Local health shop Cool Fuel on the Spencer Road, Waterside are sponsoring this home game and have helped The Vipers bring a little more to the event with bouncy castles for the kids and hot food also on site at The YMCA on match day.What next year has in store for the Vipers is unknown, but this year they hope to finish their home games in style and head hurtling towards the Bowl Game with a perfect record… and they need your help!Admission is free and all are welcome.American Football: Derry Donegal Vipers to class with North Dublin Pirates was last modified: July 27th, 2016 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 window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:American FootballDonegal-Derry Vipersnorth dublin pirateslast_img read more

Boost for Celtic as key man commits future to club

first_img 2 Leigh Griffiths recently became the first Celtic player since John Hartson in 2005 to player to reach a century of goals for the club ADVICE BEST OF 2 Leigh Griffiths scored nine league goals last season but is yet to get off the mark this season I had the opportunity to move but I wanted to stay and fight for my place.“I’ve been rewarded with another deal and knowing that I’m going to be here for another four years is great.”Celtic have won seven titles in a row, and Griffiths is targeting further success with Brendan Rodgers’ side.“I’m here for the 10-in-a-row bid, but my main focus now is trying to get in the team and stay as fit as possible,” he said.“I’ve hit the 100 now and I want to try and continue that and aim for greater heights. “I’m over the moon,” he told Celtic TV. “From the moment I walked in the door here, this is where I wanted to be for the rest of my life.”Griffiths has scored 100 goals in 190 appearances for the Hoops since arriving from Hibernian in 2013.He has won five successive Scottish Premiership titles with the club, as well as three League Cups and two Scottish Cups.“I’ve been here for three-and-a-half years already and to sign another four-year deal is great. I can’t wait for the future.“Celtic is a great club and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions smart causal possible standings “There’s been a lot of high and some lows, but more highs than lows. Hopefully there’s more highs to come.“The Invincible season and the Double Treble season were some very good highlights and hopefully in the coming years there’s more to come.” Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack silverware England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Leigh Griffiths has signed a new long-term contract with Celtic.The Scotland international striker has put pen-to-paper on a deal which will see him tied to the club until 2022. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? RANKED Latest Football News Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade MONEY Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade highlights impact REVEALED last_img read more


first_imgThomas Pringle TD has expressed his deep concern at the lack of a cohesive regional development plan for jobs, which he describes as the “backbone of the jobs creation portfolio of this Government”.Speaking to the Taoiseach today at Leaders’ Questions on the matter, the Independent TD for Donegal South West said rural job plans are being relegated in favour of trendy international job announcements.“It would appear that indigenous home-grown job creation plans are being relegated to the subs bench in favour of high optic photo-calls for international announcements. “While everyone welcomes the recent jobs announcements by SAP, Apple and other foreign direct investments, the Government seem to be selective in parts and don’t put the shoulder to the wheel when it comes to supporting ground up solutions.”“For instance, the Western Development Commission’s report on the Creative Sector in the Western Region, ‘Future Growth Trajectories’, outlines the possibility of creating 20,000 jobs over the next 10 years within the area of creative industries. This is something which warrants real attention in an economy that is looking for answers, but has so far been ignored.”“To date across the seven counties of Donegal, Mayo, Galway, Leitrim, Roscommon, Clare and Sligo this sector reported total sales of €206 million in 2010. Exports for this sector are close to €57 million annually.”He added the destruction of families and communities in Donegal is a painful thing to see, and is tearing apart the very fabric of our social capital. “Emigration is keeping the live register figures for Donegal down at just over 22k. This report is the only feasible option that this Government has to reduce unemployment in the Northwest.”“Currently, the focus is entirely on FDI and ignores the potential of the domestic economy and the urgency for the domestic economy to be supported.“This approach must change if the Government is serious about rural job creation and preventing further mass emigration which is decimating the rural landscape” stated Pringle. PRINGLE SLAMS GOVERNMENT ON LACK OF RURAL JOB CREATION was last modified: May 8th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:jobsruralThomas Pringle TDlast_img read more


first_imgCOUNCIL MEETING LATEST: Liam Ward, Donegal County Council Director of Service, later explained to councillors that a budget should have been struck tonight.He said the provisions of the legislation were that the council could meet again by January 13 if they wish.“Is there any point in coming back?” asked the Mayor.  COUNCIL DIRECTOR OF SERVICE EXPLAINS CONSEQUENCES OF COUNCIL VOTE was last modified: January 8th, 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)last_img read more


first_imgMusicians and singers from across the county will share some magical musical moments in Letterkenny this week.A Christmas Market is being held at the Courtyard Shopping Centre on Friday and Saturday with a number of performing groups helping to put you in the festive mood.On Friday evening at the Centre, from 6-7pm Mind Your Quaver will perform followed by the Errigal Singers at 7-8pm. The Errigal Singers will also be performing at Cafe Blend on this evening alongside the North West Writers.The Errigal Groove Orchestra will swing into Christmas on Saturday followed by the Letterkenny Junior Choir and Donegal Chamber Orchestra.On Sunday at Letterkenny Shopping Centre, Mind Your Quaver will “Play for Simon” in aid of North West Simon.The hugely popular annual Family Christmas Concert returns to An Grianán Theatre on Sunday December 14th. Featuring the award-winning Donegal Youth Orchestra, celestial carols from the Donegal Youth and Junior Choir, a heavenly performance by the Donegal Chamber Orchestra and the playful Jazz styling of the DMEP Saxtet.Tickets €10/€5 children, Family Ticket €25 (2 adults & 2 children) can be booked at An Grianán Theatre (074)912 0777 or www.regionalculturalcentre.comCarols at Christmas with the Conwal Singers and special guests also promises to be a joyous evening at Conwal Parish Church, Letterkenny on Wednesday December 17th at 8pm.Thursday December 11th 8pm – Cafe Blend, LetterkennyEnjoy some coffee & cake in the company of the Errigal Singers who will be performing alongside the North West Writers. Friday December 12th – Courtyard Shopping Centre6-7pm – Mind Your Quaver7-8pm- Errigal SingersSaturday December 13th – Courtyard Shopping Centre 12-2pm- Errigal Groove Orchestra4-5pm- Letterkenny Junior Choir5-6pm- Donegal Chamber OrchestraSunday December 14th- Letterkenny Shopping Centre4-5pm Mind Your Quaver7pm – An Grianán Theatre, DMEP Annual Family Christmas ConcertWednesday December 17th – Conwal Parish Church, Letterkenny8pm-Carols at Christmas with the Conwal Singers.MAGICAL WEEKEND OF CHRISTMAS MUSIC AHEAD was last modified: December 11th, 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:letterkennyMUSICWeekendlast_img read more

Fit-again Groves eyes Wembley fight

first_imgGeorge Groves plans to fight at Wembley Arena on 14 September – seven weeks after the Hammersmith man’s clash with Francisco Sierra in California.The undefeated British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion will fly out to the United States next week for his first outing since a second-round demolition of Paul Smith last November.This year Groves, 24, has had to withdraw from a defence of his titles against Kenny Anderson and a world title challenge against WBO champion Robert Steiglitz because of a back and nose injury respectively.The intention is for him to dispatch Sierra and then top the bill at Wembley – probably against Anderson, although his opponent has yet to be confirmed.A rematch with Anderson has been eagerly anticipated since he floored Groves before the Londoner battled back to stop him in a thrilling encounter in 2010.“It’s been a frustrating year for me. I’ve had a few injuries and obviously haven’t been as active as I wanted to be,” said Groves.“I’m concentrating fully on my fight next weekend. It’s always a challenge, boxing abroad. I’ll be in with a good guy – he’s a very good fighter, Sierra, with a very good record, so I can’t look past him.“But it’s good to know that when I do beat him, I’ve got a nice big show in London to come back to.“Building a fan base in London has always been important for me. I’m looking forward to some exciting times ahead.”Harrow Weald prospect Mitchell Smith, hugely impressive in his first two professional fights, will also be on the Wembley bill.Promoter Frank Warren says the show is part of his commitment to propelling Groves towards a world title shot – and to staging more boxing in London.“It’s a London card and I want to see big boxing back in town,” Warren declared.“We had a fantastic night with David Haye and it shows that the fans in London come out for the big shows.“We feel there’s a big audience there that’s been neglected for a while, probably because there have been big fights taking place in Manchester and Liverpool.“Wembley’s a fabulous boxing arena with a lot of history and is not far from where George lives.“The objective for me is to build up big fights headed by George. I’m determined to get behind George and really push him.“He’s had a little bit of bad luck with his injuries, but now he’s back in the game I’m going to throw the whole weight of my promotions behind him to get him that world title shot.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more