And those 16 players of the first team must add the three of the subsidiary, so Setién only has 19 players to choose from for the first call. That means you will have to discard only one player. All pools point to the Senegalese Moussa Wagué as the first technical discard of the Setién era. And you have to keep in mind that to occupy the right wing you already have two players available: Nelson Semedo and Sergi Roberto.For the young side will not be any news or have substantially changed his situation, since he is the first team player with fewer minutes (180) this season after playing only three games: one in the League and two in the Champions League. His situation is so critical that he has played at this time of season even less than a player like Rafinha (187) who went to Celta in August.In any case, Wagué can breathe with relief because his presence on Wednesday of next week to play in the Cup against Ibiza seems guaranteed. Quique Setién is slowly showing his letters. In training has been reducing the presence of players of the subsidiary until this Friday only with three-the front Ansu Fati and Carles Pérez next to the recovered one for the cause, the midfielder Riqui Puig-. In addition, he has been able to count practically since he came so much with the goalkeeper Ter Stegen as with the medium Arthur Melo, so it is expected that on Sunday they will receive the medical discharge and enter the call.In fact, except for capital surprise or misfortune in the form of an injury, lthe first call of Quique Setién is more or less everything set. Keep in mind that you will only have 16 players from the first team, since at casualties of Dembélé and Luis Suárez, due to injury, we must add the Dutch Frenkie de Jong, by penalty. Bearing in mind that the current workforce is made up of 19 personnel, after the march in the winter market as transfers of Aleñá and Todibo, we found that Setién has a very limited number of players to complete the calls.
Cloudy skies over Luzon due to amihan Without James, those bars and restaurants brimming with fans on game nights, have to hope that Cleveland will stick with the Cavs.Business — and basketball — won’t boom as it did before.“It might drop off, but we’ll be all right,” Howes said, looking around at his lunch-time crowd. “Cleveland sports fans love their teams — thick and thin. I mean look at the Browns. We still mostly sell out the games.”After James’ choice of L.A. was announced, Valentino’s phone filled with texts from friends weighing in on the decision. There wasn’t hatred toward James, but gratitude.“I can’t speak for everybody, but know that’s how I feel,” he said. “It was so crushing when he left in 2010 because it just felt like as a town we were so close to getting that title. And the thing that I’ve come back to over and over the past couple years is June 19, 2016 (Game 7 of the Finals) was the most perfect sports moment I’ll ever get in my lifetime.“I knew in the moment that it happened that it was never going to be any better than this. And getting to experience that, I don’t know what more you could ask for.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next On Monday, as news of his departure was still sinking in on another scorching-hot summer day, Sherwin-Williams announced that Nike plans to remove the 10-story banner of James that has hung on the side of the paint company’s global headquarters and become a landmark and symbol of renewal.The massive mural, which shows James in his No. 23 jersey with his head titled back and arms extended wide as if to welcome one and all, was also taken down in 2010 when he bolted for Miami.Standing on the sidewalk across from the billboard, Tom Valentino of Painesville, Ohio, snapped some final photographs for posterity.“I found out it was coming down, and it’s kind of an iconic image here in Cleveland so I wanted to make sure I got a good look at it and got some pictures before it goes away,” he said.Like many Cleveland sports fans, Valentino was initially disappointed to hear James wouldn’t be re-signing with the Cavs. But as he digested this new reality, Valentino chose to reflect on James’ lasting legacy.“Oh, man. Where do you even begin?” he said. “The phrase that you hear from LeBron is that it’s bigger than basketball. I really took that to heart as a lifelong Clevelander and just a Northeast Ohioan, and just everything that he has brought to our city and our community and our region.“And let’s just be honest, the basketball was a lot of fun. Every game you would turn on, you would never know what you were going to see from him, an amazing play, the buzzer-beaters and just everything else that he has brought to the city.“It’s just been something else.”And it will never be the same.Without James, the Cavs instantly went from title contenders to a team that will struggle just to make the playoffs. They’ve dropped on the city’s three-team ladder behind the AL Central-leading Indians who haven’t won a World Series since 1948 but ahead of the woeful Browns, who went 0-16 last season but are optimistic about their future. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Taal victims get help from Kalayaan town In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Christopher Tolkien, son of Lord of the Rings author, dies aged 95 LATEST STORIES Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Harvey Weinstein rape trial The day after James announced he’s leaving the Cavaliers as a free agent for the second time since 2010, anger gave way to acceptance. There was still deep disappointment that the world’s best player — Akron, Ohio, born and raised — is leaving again, this time for the brighter lights of Los Angeles and a chance to play with the storied Lakers.The pain is real. Cleveland is just handling it a lot better.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“It hurts at first, but we’ll be OK,” said Dave Howes, who manages Harry Buffalo, a sports bar and restaurant directly across the street from Quicken Loans Arena. “We’ll rebound from it.”If any city knows how to mount a comeback, it’s this one. Once a national punchline for jokes, Cleveland is thriving with new hotels, shops, condominiums and trendy microbreweries popping up on both sides of the Cuyahoga River. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown FILE – In this July 10, 2010, file photo, workmen remove a large mural of NBA basketball star LeBron James from a building in downtown Cleveland. For the second time in his career, James is saying goodbye to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The four-time NBA MVP announced Sunday night, July 1, 2018, that he has agreed to a four-year, $154 million contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan, File)CLEVELAND — There were LeBron James jerseys in assorted colors hanging inside the Cavaliers team shop, their retail price slashed by 40 percent.Eight years ago, some of them were still smoldering in the streets.ADVERTISEMENT Bicol riders extend help to Taal evacuees Mayhem MOST READ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Millennials have flocked to live in once-neglected areas transformed into flourishing neighborhoods with hip food and arts scenes.A skyline once dotted with factory smokestacks now features gleaming high-rise apartment buildings. There’s new construction going everywhere, including at the Cavs’ Quicken Loans Arena, currently undergoing a $140 million renovation.Nothing looks as it did a few years ago.James made it happen. The LeBron Effect. He put Cleveland on the map, changing the city’s collective psyche and delivering on his promise by winning a championship in 2016 — the city’s first since 1964.No wonder some are having a hard time saying goodbye.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
Trump blasted James late Friday after an interview aired with CNN anchor Don Lemon in which he deemed Trump divisive. Although James has long been a Trump critic, calling the president “U bum” in a 2017 tweet, the tweet was Trump’s first attack on the player, who just opened up a school for underprivileged children in his hometown of Akron.The tweet came hours before Trump traveled to Columbus, Ohio, for a rally north of town in support of the Republican in a special U.S. House election on Tuesday. Once in Ohio, however, Trump stayed away from the controversy and never mentioned James as he hammered away at Democrats and other favorite targets.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon,” Trump posted. “He made Lebron look smart, which isn’t easy to do.”Trump then, unexpectedly, appeared to weigh in on the growing debate over who is the greatest NBA player of all time, James or Michael Jordan, by writing “I like Mike!” President Donald Trump waves to the cheering crowd as he arrives to speak at a rally at Olentangy Orange High School in Lewis Center, Ohio, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Ahead of campaigning in Ohio on Saturday, President Donald Trump unleashed a withering attack on the state’s favorite son, savaging NBA star LeBron James in a late-night tweet that derided the intelligence of one of the nation’s most prominent African-American men.Melania Trump’s spokeswoman quickly distanced the first lady from the criticism of James, saying in a statement Saturday afternoon that it appeared James was “working to do good things on behalf of our next generation” and that the first lady would be open to visiting his new school for at-risk children. The statement didn’t criticize the president.ADVERTISEMENT James, who campaigned for Trump’s opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, and has not been shy about using his celebrity for social causes, did the interview from the public school he opened, called the “I Promise” school. Every student receives free tuition, as well as free food, a uniform and even a free bike.In the interview, James said he “would never sit across” from Trump, though he would talk to former President Barack Obama. James’ publicist declined to respond to Trump’s tweet, but early Saturday afternoon, James retweeted a post from the “I Promise” school and said: “Let’s get it kids!! Love you guys.”Lemon responded to the president, invoking both the administration’s forced-family-separations policy and Mrs. Trump’s social media etiquette campaign.“Who’s the real dummy? A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages? #BeBest” Lemon tweeted.James played for over a decade — and in two stints — with the Cleveland Cavaliers and delivered a title to the championship-starved region in 2016. Although he departed for the Los Angeles Lakers earlier this summer, the superstar remains very popular in the Buckeye State, and Trump’s attack could be a gift for the Democrat in Tuesday’s special congressional race.“I don’t have to tell (asterisk)anyone(asterisk) what LeBron James means to Ohio,” tweeted Democrat Danny O’Connor, who was running against state Sen. Troy Balderson.The White House did not immediately respond to a request to clarify Trump’s remarks. But even some Trump allies chided him.Geraldo Rivera, the journalist and Trump confidant, broke with the president to say he wished Trump “turned other cheek re @KingJames & @donlemon While I disagree with their conclusion that @POTUS is using sports to divide America along racial lines, they’re both sincere & intelligent men. LeBron just pledged millions for a school for underprivileged kids.”Along with Jordan, a number of other athletes spoke out in support of James.Pro Football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe tweeted: “It should be beneath the dignity of a sitting POTUS to take racist shots at D. Lemon and Lebron James.” NBA player Karl-Anthony Towns wrote: “So let me get this straight: Flint, MI has dirty water still, but you worried about an interview about a man doing good for education and generations of kids in his hometown?” LATEST STORIES ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Before entering politics, Trump frequently praised James and his own family tried to recruit him to the New York Knicks in 2010. But commenting on someone’s intelligence, including his own, has long been a Trump trope. He has been criticized for complimenting North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (“smart cookie”) and Russian President Vladimir Putin (“very smart”) and has been known to praise himself as “a very stable genius.”But he also uses “stupid” — or variations thereof — as a favored insult. He has used it to describe the FBI, the NFL, Democrats, the filibuster, the nation’s immigration laws, journalists, trade policies and how the nation’s leaders have dealt with topics like Iraq, Muslims, Canada and China.He also, after then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly called him a “moron,” challenged his own Cabinet member to an IQ test. Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SBP sends team to Asian Games after all Many former and current professional athletes, including Jordan, jumped to James’ defense.“I support LeBron James. He’s doing an amazing job for his community,” Jordan said in a statement to The Associated Press through his representative via text Saturday.Trump has long denounced the media — CNN in particular — and rarely lets a slight go unnoticed. But the attack on James, who was being interviewed by another black man, to some resembled a racial dog whistle. He routinely deems Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California, who is also black, as “low IQ” — an insult he repeated during the Ohio rally Saturday night.Ohio Gov. Josh Kasich, a Republican who at times criticizes Trump, tweeted: “Rather than criticizing @KingJames, we should be celebrating him for his charity work and efforts to help kids.”Trump has repeatedly been questioned about his views on race, from deeming many Mexican immigrants “rapists” during his campaign kickoff speech for the Republican presidential nomination to placing blame on “both sides” for the violent clash between white supremacists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, a year ago.ADVERTISEMENT Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Peza offers relief to ecozone firms MOST READ Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
– says damage to the roads by freight trucks is to be blamedThe Mayor of Georgetown, Patricia Chase Green, is defending the Municipality’s decision to now chargeMayor Patricia Chase Greenbusinessmen a $25,000 fee for parking container trucks along city streets for off-load goods, noting that the vehicles continue to deteriorate these thoroughfares.Chase Green, in an interview with Guyana Times, on Wednesday said that the cost to repair to roads damaged by these trucks was being borne by the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) since previously, there was no fee attached.Mayor Chase-Green highlighted that when the roadways become “broken” and “deteriorated”, the businessmen would be the first to accuse the Council of providing poor services.As such, the Council took a decision last year to introduce the “container tax”.She explained that the $25,000 would allow the freight trucks to be parked for a maximum of three days in front of the respective businesses, and for each additional day, an additional $5000 would be charged.“I don’t think $25,000 is high. Remember those containers are coming into our city streets, and they occupy in front of your business, especially on the busy downtown areas, like Regent Street, Robb Street, Water Street and previously they paid nothing. It damages our roadways, it damages our parapets and we have to repair. These same business people complain if the roads are not proper,” she said.The Mayor told this publication that another reason for the fee is the increased vehicular congestion when the trucks are parked in the city’s shopping districts.She indicated that while the parking of these trucks is outlawed, that law was not being enforced.“Everyone is coming into the city and taking out from the city every day. Nobody wants to pay for anything in the city. Yet they look forward to the city to provide all of the services for them. And if you look back to the laws, those containers should not even be on those streets. Take for instance, if you go on Friday nights to these streets, those big big trucks, loaded with rice, take up the entire Water Street, starting somewhere from Fogarty’s going way down to the seawall. We get nothing from them. And if those trucks continue like that all the time, the roads are going to be damaged. And it’s our responsibility to repair it,” she stated and asked, “Where are we going to get the money from?”It was further related that businessmen were informed of the fee attached to parking containers outside of their businesses via the Public Relations Department between November and December of last year.
GTU teachers’ harassment reportin light of the recent allegations made against the Regional Education Officer (REDO) of Region Three (Essequibo Islands/West Demerara) by the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) accusing her of neglecting teachers’ rights and ill-treating them, the REDO has shot down the accusations.The union had made reports subsequent to a meeting with teachers across the country where the issue had been highlighted and appeals were made for immediate action to be taken by the Education Ministry.The initial report had highlighted that the REDOs of Regions Three and Ten (Upper Demerara/Upper Berbice)VLUU L200 / Samsung L200had been harassing teachers over a number of issues relating to the school system.However, when contacted by Guyana Times for a comment on the allegation, REDO of Region Three, Penelope Mackintosh, refuted the claims, stating that she has not been in receipt of any reports of this nature, even though the comment was directed at her. Mackintosh informed that she is not aware of the issue by any education official or the ministry, and is completely oblivious of the information surrounding the accusation, and what directly is bothering teachers.“I am not aware of this, none of the region’s officials have been fingered in that issue,” she affirmed. Meanwhile, attempts to contact Education Minister Rupert Roopnaraine and Chief Education Officer Olato Sam were futile.Last week following a meeting with teachers across the country, the GTU had reported that the main complaint was the manner in which they are being addressed by the REDOs who have authority over the affairs of the school system in that specific region.As a result of the harassment, the teachers had reportedly made it clear that they are under immense pressure as the issue would inevitably hinder their overall productivity. Among the issues raised by teachers were the manner he teachers are being spoken to by the REDOs, in addition to the lack of communication which hindersfull progression of the public school system in that region.On that list also, the matters regarding transferral to other departments and schools was highlighted, in addition to the difficulty in acquiring leave when due. These issues pointed to the inefficiency of the regional administration, where it had reached the point of intervention by the ministry.In a recent interview with this publication, the union had described the treatment being meted out to teachers as “worst than slavery.”It was reported that a letter had been set to the ministry alluding to the condition in the stated regions.The teachers are appealing for urgent intervention and necessary actions to be taken in the situation. In this way, the union believes, that classroom teaching would not be affected.
Nowadays, breaking into mainstream music requires lots of hard work and personal sacrifice, including learning the tricks that can make it work. No matter how talented you are, failure is certain if you don’t put your feet to work. However, don’t forget to make a good song with a catchy hook that people can easily relate to or else you will sweat for nothing. 1. Have an Official LookNo matter how smooth your voice is, looking official adds value to your quest to break into mainstream music. This makes you a stand out upcoming artist among your peers, who are trying to break into the music industry as well. In the music industry, professionalism matters; therefore, whenever you look professional, people respect you and take you serious. Looking professional is simple: first, contact a good graphic designer and get a neat, authentic and customized logo. In addition, make sure to get an official website (www.yourartistname.com) and always use the same logo, pictures, name, domain and format in all your internet appearances. Also create an official Twitter and Facebook fan page profile for your music, which end result will be creating a corporate identity for you and your music.A strong look does not only make you look professional but makes your brand stand above the competition. And your online presence, which is very important like your physical appearance, will flourish.Lastly, make sure your music industry website is consistent with everything else to maximize functionality. 2. Remember the best things are not free!In life nothing good comes easily. You just have to pay the price for success, and if you are not willing, then forget about music, because money matters. This is the truth: the service of top disc jockeys, publicists, and renowned bloggers are not free. They live by what they do, so hiring their services to get your music out there is worth a lot. They have the fan base and in the twinkle of any eye, they can blow you up.3. Take Street Promotion SeriousAs an upcoming artist, the easiest way to blow is to have a single that has both radio and street appeal. This helps your music to blow fast, regardless of who you are.In the music industry, street appeal matters. So to gain street appeal for your single do these things:Firstly, share your city into areas. Locate the popular joints and restaurants in each area. Secondly, visit each of them and leave your single there as well as target motor parks and talk to the drivers to help promote your song by just playing it. This may be time consuming but it pays a lot. The end result for doing this is that when people move from one joint to another, most especially the popular ones, and continues to hear the same music they will fall in love with it easily, while at the same time turning them into your fans. In addition, give your song to the guys who are transferring music on the street for free, because most people get their songs from them, which they play over and over again. The end result is they will be your fan.Don’t rush, do this step by step before you get tired soon. However, if you have the budget for unlimited radio airplay, then no need for this.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
For many years now, probably since the beginning of his administration, we have watched the Atlantic Ocean slam the premises and now even the walls of D. Twe High School.And surprisingly, none of New Kru Town’s politicians—or those like presidential candidate George Weah who ALWAYS gets ALL of New Kru Town’s votes—have said or done anything about the erosion destroying D. Twe High.Nor have we heard anything from the powerful Kru lobby in government, including geologist and former Senate Pro-Tempore Cletus Wortorson and Senator Peter Coleman, Health Minister Bernice Dahn, and not even the Liberian government, which is headed by the granddaughter of a Sinoe Woman.No, not even the great politicians who credit themselves for hailing from Liberia’s southeast—Sinoe’s Dr. J. Mills Jones, Maryland’s Alex B. Cummings and Dr. Togba-Nah Tipoteh, who has long considered himself the heir of Didwo Twe—we have heard nothing from these eminent politicians who will look to the southeast and its descendants in the local and international Diaspora to help get elected.These politicians should all remember that D. Twe was the first southeasterner to enter the presidential race—in 1951. That was until the incumbent, President William V.S. Tubman who, determined to brook (tolerate) no opposition, frightened Mr. Twe with harsh words, calling him “an inherent traitor to your country, a consummate liar, a senile visionary, a sophisticated bigot and an uncompromising egotist . . .”Twe became afraid and quickly sought exile in neighboring Sierra Leone. In 1960 he was pardoned by President Tubman and returned to Liberia and died on March 19, 1961.But so much for history. We are dealing in this Editorial with the matter of the moment—the death knell haunting D. Twe High. Why, why must we let a great thing die? That is, one of our leading high schools, built by President William R. Tolbert, Jr. in the heart of a poverty-stricken and deprived Monrovia slum, New Kru Town.Why has the government, the nation’s most powerful single institution, not come forward with drastic measures to halt this terrible onslaught by the Atlantic against this noble beacon of hope, D. Twe High?We call on all those who are chiefly responsible for the construction and rehabilitation in the nation—the Ministry of Public Works, the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy and the Liberia Electricity Corpration (LEC) move at once and take serious and decisive measures to halt the Atlantic onslaught and save D. Twe High.With all the international goodwill of which this administration boasts, and indeed receives, why have we not approached some of our development partners, especially The Netherlands, for advice on how to save D. Twe High?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
0Shares0000Neymar has played just one Champions League knockout match since joining PSG last season © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEPARIS, France, Mar 8 – Neymar will travel to Qatar to undergo a “complete assessment” six weeks into his recovery from a fractured right foot, Paris Saint-Germain said on Thursday.The Brazil forward watched on forlornly from the stands at the Parc des Princes as PSG crashed out of the Champions League last 16 on Wednesday to Manchester United on away goals following a 3-1 defeat. “Neymar Jr will travel to Aspetar (sports clinic) in Qatar for the next 3 days as scheduled in the initial recovery plan,” the club wrote on its Twitter account.“He will undertake a complete assessment after six weeks of his injury. He will be accompanied by a medical team from PSG.”The 27-year-old damaged the fifth metatarsal in his right foot in a French Cup win over Strasbourg on January 23 and was ruled out for 10 weeks.PSG were hoping he would be healed enough to get back on the pitch in time for a potential Champions League quarter-final in April, but the French side suffered a humiliating exit as United sensationally overturned a 2-0 first-leg deficit.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Highlight of competition in the Odyssey last weekend was Tori Pena winning the pole vault at 4-10m a national championship equalling performance and with a best of 4-30 from a few weeks ago has been named on the 8 strong Irish team for Paris European indoors next weekend.She is ranked in the European top 20 . In the underage section a whooping 16-07m shot from John Kelly certainly up there with the best performances over the 2 days some 5m ahead of his nearest rivals.Twins Leanne and Karen Kelly were in winning form the former taking the 800m in 2.33.7 and Karen the high winner at 1.36 and if she could climb to 1.40 a medal is on the cards . Sasha Byrne in long and high 1.30 and 4.30 in long for silver. Padraic Patton on the back of a good winter bronze in the 800 as was the case in his age range for Oisin Gallen who needs to improve from 2-18 to 2-15 to grab a medal in the weeks ahead when he builds on this Ulster form towards nationals . Shot gold for Jade Leeper Ulster champion at 9-04 and In the same discipline shot that is Ryan Stewart and Shane Thompson bronze . Finally medals for Josh Byrne 60m and Jack Mc Geehan high jump.This Sunday Finn Valley 5k Spring Series 11 am while the club also welcome the news that Jeff Cassin has been included in the Irish 50k team for European champs walks in May .FINN VALLEY AC REPORT was last modified: February 22nd, 2011 by gregShare 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)
A strong field of more than 100 runners turned out for the Drumman NAtional School 5k.Ivan TonerWell-known Letterkenny AC runner Ivan Toner continued his fine form by winning the event in a time of 17.02 followed by the ever-improving Letterkenny post office worker Ed Margey in a time of 17.39.Drumman NS 5k 12/5/2012 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 39 17.02 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 6 17.39 Eddie Margey SM Individual3 40 17.57 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C 4 96 18.04 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A C5 105 18.40 Barry Coy SM Individual6 17 18.50 Hugh Coll SM Individual7 24 18.58 Mark Mc Paul JM Individual8 69 19.02 Mark Daly M40 Individual 9 25 19.11 Michael Duffy SM Cranford A C10 94 19.16 Kieran Carlin SM Finn Valley A C11 44 19.49 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C12 19 20.05 Joe Hegarty M45 Individual 13 15 20.26 Enda Doherty SM Finn Valley A C14 7 20.30 Martin Mc Ginley M40 Individual15 59 20.37 Dillon Mc Garrigle JM Individual16 9 20.57 James Gibbons M50 Milford A C17 74 20.57 Noreen Mc Gettigan SW Letterkenny A C18 38 21.08 Liam Marley M50 Cranford A C19 107 21.24 Paddy Shields SM Individual20 12 21.25 Manus Peoples M50 Milford A C21 56 21.32 Kevin Gallagher SM Individual22 79 21.40 Terence Boyle SM Individual23 35 22.03 Kieran Burke M40 Individual24 51 22.10 Eddie Doherty SM Individual25 42 22.23 Francis Diver M45 Milford A C26 111 22.25 Brian Hegarty SM Individual27 47 22.28 Damian Daly SM Individual28 2 22.39 Neil Barrett SM Individual29 23 22.42 Nancy Mc Namee W45 Finn Valley A C30 53 22.43 James Doherty M60 Milford A C31 66 22.45 Dermot Mc Bride SM Individual32 60 22.53 Noel Lynch M45 Letterkenny A C33 50 23.00 Hugh O Donnell M50 Individual34 78 23.12 Patrick Doherty M40 Individual35 108 23.14 Noel Kilpatrick SM Individual36 61 23.22 Ciaran Mc Hugh SM Individual37 28 23.29 Sean O Donnell M50 Individual38 100 23.30 Eugene Mc Ginley M45 Individual39 3 23.33 Andrea O Carroll SW Individual40 4 23.34 Aoibheann Walsh SW Individual41 26 23.34 Eugene Mc Ginley M45 Individual42 8 23.36 Marion Kerr SW Letterkenny A C43 27 23.40 Ernie Pollock M50 Individual44 41 23.45 Eamonn O Boyle SM Individual45 106 23.54 Anne Marie Coy SW Individual46 43 24.02 Grace Friel W45 Milford A C47 16 24.22 Paddy Mc Teague M40 Individual48 71 24.27 John Hegarty M40 Individual49 30 24.31 Michael Roche SM Individual50 98 24.41 Nigel Black M40 Individual51 48 24.49 Christopher O Donnell SM Individual52 14 24.53 Lynette Morgan SW Milford A C53 49 25.17 David Leonard M50 Individual54 11 25.23 Tara Hegarty SW Finn Valley A C55 54 25.33 Mary Bond W50 Finn Valley A C56 57 25.37 Alan Mc Nally SM Individual57 62 25.48 Pauric Peoples SM Individual58 65 26.00 Yvonne O Donnell W35 Milford A C59 37 26.15 Tommy Naughton M40 Individual60 22 26.20 Mark Farrer SM Individual61 5 26.30 Cheryl Towns W40 Milford A C62 104 26.30 Martin Mc Gee M45 Individual63 99 26.31 David Mc Namee M40 Individual64 103 26.35 Rosemary McGee W45 Individual65 1 26.36 Mary Martin W60 Finn Valley A C66 76 26.38 Paul Mc Cahill M40 Individual67 34 26.43 Roisin Rose W40 Individual68 21 27.01 Aodh Mc Cormack M45 Individual69 112 27.15 Conor Ferguson SM Individual70 93 27.20 Declan Doherty M40 Individual71 20 27.22 Brenda O Neill SW Individual72 101 27.42 Nigel Keown M45 Individual73 13 27.42 Gerry Hone M45 Individual74 75 27.51 Brenda Mc Cahill W40 Individual75 33 27.51 Bridget Friel W35 Milford A C76 97 27.51 Gerry Durning M50 Individual77 36 28.00 Geraldine Burke W35 Individual78 10 28.01 Declan Friel M40 Milford A C79 102 28.14 Pat Carr M50 Individual80 92 28.19 Nicola Roche SW Individual81 113 29.12 Gerry Brycelend M50 Individual82 52 29.16 Ann Doherty W50 Milford A C83 32 29.24 Josephine Burke W50 Milford A C84 58 29.28 Darren Mc Hugh SM Individual85 110 29.28 Marie Gallagher W35 Individual86 73 29.28 Valerie Coyle W35 Individual87 72 29.32 Siobhan Hegarty W35 Individual88 64 30.03 Sandra Cullen W45 Milford A C89 63 30.05 Ann Gallagher W50 Milford A C90 91 30.07 Grainne Roche SW Individual91 45 30.09 Lee Ponsonby SM Individual92 67 32.04 John Devenney M40 Individual93 77 32.08 Declan Black M40 Individual94 46 32.18 Sarah Doherty W35 Individual95 18 32.18 Sarah Mc Carron SW Individual96 95 32.19 Mary O Donnell W50 Milford A C97 70 32.26 Kerri Boyle W35 Individual98 29 32.49 Joanne Smeaton W40 Milford A C99 68 33.10 Majella Orr W40 Individual100 55 33.10 Siobhan Orr W40 Individual101 109 34.31 Mary Sandilands SW Milford A C102 31 35.03 Marty Houston M40 IndividualTotal Runners: 102DRUMMAN NS 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? 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