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Thai cave boys, coach invited to Spain to see football ‘heroes’

first_imgMotorists pass a billboard with a photograph showing members of the Thai children’s football team “Wild Boar” and their coach with a message “welcome home brothers” displayed in Chiang Rai as the boys and their coach were all rescued in the Tham Luang cave in Khun Nam Nang Non Forest Park in the Mae Sai district on July 10, 2018.All 12 boys and their coach who became trapped in a flooded Thai cave more than a fortnight ago have been rescued, the Navy SEALs announced on July 10, completing an astonishing against-the-odds rescue mission that has captivated the world. / AFP PHOTO / TANG CHHIN SothySpain’s La Liga football league has invited the schoolboy team rescued from a flooded cave in Thailand to come watch a game once they have recovered from their ordeal to meet their “heroes.”“When the time is right, and everyone involved is ready I’d personally like to invite the children and the coach to attend a La Liga match” in Spain, president Javier Tebas said in a statement Wednesday.ADVERTISEMENT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs MOST READ La Liga said it had messaged all its clubs to invite them to participate.Football’s world governing body FIFA had invited the Wild Boars to Sunday’s World Cup final in Moscow, but they remain too weak to come and must stay in hospital to make sure they have no infections.Two of them are being treated for symptoms of pneumonia.The last of the group was finally extracted on Tuesday after a painstaking and dangerous international rescue mission led by Thai Navy SEALs.ADVERTISEMENT “We’d like to host them and share with them the joy football can give, and I hope this gesture can help after the events of the last few weeks.”La Liga said it wanted the 12 boys and their football coach, who form the Wild Boars soccer squad, to “watch many of their football heroes in action in person.”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’The boys were trapped for more than two weeks after setting off to explore a cave complex in northern Thailand and getting caught by rising floodwaters.One of the boys was wearing a Real Madrid t-shirt. Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Croatia official allowed to watch semis despite conviction 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 Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West LATEST STORIES In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Nextlast_img read more

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Champions Caroline Wozniacki, Roger Federer on different ends of spectrum

first_imgTrending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:04Maguindanao massacre case: Mangudadatu upbeat on conviction of perpetratotrs08:07Athletes treated to a spectacle as SEA Games 2019 officially ends02:14Carpio 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 Istomin had a shocking second-round win over Djokovic here in 2017 on his way to the fourth round, and Federer is wary of the Uzbek veteran after also meeting him in the first round here in ’06.“I know what Denis did to Novak. I watched basically the entire game a couple years ago,” Federer said. “I’ve had some tough ones against him in the past. He can play well in fast courts.“Look, I’m playing good tennis. I’m confident that I think it needs a good performance by my opponent probably to beat me. That’s always a good thought.”Wozniacki has the first of the night matches on Rod Laver against Alison Van Uytvanck after a day session on the main stadium that features Maria Sharapova, Nadal and No. 2-ranked Angelique Kerber.“I think it’s a positive to be here as the defending champion. I’m just taking it as a nice, fun challenge,” the third-seeded Wozniacki said. “I can’t believe it’s already been a year. It doesn’t feel like it to me.”Wozniacki revealed at the season-ending WTA Championships that she’d been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, so she spent much of the off-season resting and recuperating and getting ready for 2019.After her breakthrough here last year, she didn’t get beyond the fourth round at the other majors, but says she feels like she’s hitting the ball well.French Open winner Halep and U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka collected their first major titles last year, and Kerber won at Wimbledon to capture her third in a sequence of eight different women’s winners in eight Slams.Serena Williams was unable to defend her title here last year because she was taking time out after having a baby, and finished the season with back-to-back runner-up finishes at Wimbledon and the U.S. open.Now she’s back, seeded 16th, aiming for an eight Australian title. The 23-time major winner is in the same section as her sister Venus Williams and Halep, who all start action on Day 2. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Defending women’s singles champion Denmark’s Caroline Wozniacki answers questions during a press conference at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)MELBOURNE, Australia — Caroline Wozniacki is entering new territory at the Australian Open as a defending champion for the first time at a major. For Roger Federer, it’s a well-worn experience.A women’s final last year featuring two players aiming for their first Grand Slam title finished with Wozniacki holding off top-ranked Simona Halep for the championship.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Federer beat Marin Cilic to win the Australian Open for the sixth time — claiming his 20th major crown — and successfully defend the title he won the previous year in a career comeback of sorts.At 37, he’s still targeting records at his record-equaling 20th Australian Open: to be the first man to win seven Australian Open titles, the first man to win at least seven singles titles at two Grand Slam tournaments (he has eight Wimbledon titles), and the first man to win five major titles after turning 30.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissOf course, he’s got strong competition from Novak Djokovic, who has won the last two majors and is also aiming for a seventh Australian title. Then there’s a resurgent Rafael Nadal, the likes of Cilic and Sasha Zverev. But there’s unlikely to be another run to the final for Andy Murray, who wants to start the tournament where he has reached the final five times but is unsure how much longer he can play because of the pain in his surgically repaired right hip. He’s targeting retirement at Wimbledon, if he can go that far.Federer, the sport’s senior statesman, was asked Sunday how he retained such a high level of health despite being about five years older than Nadal, Djokovic and Murray — the other members of the so-called Big Four. He said he understood his body and had a great team around him.center_img Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Russell Westbrook, Thunder get back at Spurs MOST READ “Maybe also the way I play tennis, maybe it’s smoother than the other guys,” said Federer, who is renowned for a style that appears almost effortless, and his stunning, single-handed backhand. “It just maybe looks that way. I work extremely hard in the matches as well — it just maybe doesn’t come across so much.“I don’t know if that’s also something that maybe is part of the equation.”He said he was shocked at Murray’s announcement, at 31, of his pending retirement.“It hits us top guys hard because we know Andy very well. We like him. He’s a good guy, Hall of Famer, legend,” Federer said. “It’s a tough one, but one down the road he can look back on and be incredibly proud of everything he has achieved.”Federer, aiming for his 100th career title, will open against No. 99-ranked Denis Istomin on Rod Laver Arena on Monday night, likely after Murray has taken on No. 22-seeded Roberto Bautista Agut on Melbourne Arena — the third of the three show courts at Melbourne Park.ADVERTISEMENT Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college View commentslast_img read more

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Tod Maffin to speak in FSJ

first_imgSci-Tech North is set to present an acclaimed business and media speaker in Fort St. John.Tod Maffin is a radio producer with the CBC, and is a highly acclaimed media strategist. His presentations are regarded as energetic and jargon-free, as he discusses the implications of technological change and innovation, on the business and economic environments.He will give a presentation on recruitment and talent management, for the Facebook Generation. – Advertisement -The event takes place on Tuesday February 3rd, with a reception beginning at 5:30, and the presentation beginning at 7pm. Tickets are $30, including supper, and to make a reservation, or for more info, you can call 250-787-9600, or email lisa@scitechnorth.bc.ca.last_img read more

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Video: Who needs Danny Welbeck?

first_imgCould Swedish Under-21 star Kris Olsson, who is currently on loan from Arsenal at FC Midtjylland in Denmark, have saved Arsene Wenger £16million?This hat-trick against Turkey certainly suggests he’s got potential.last_img

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Hazard wants Chelsea stay, Barca want Newcastle star – GOSSIP

first_img1 Transfer rumours and paper review Here are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers and online..Manchester United have asked Jose Mourinho to wait a year for the Old Trafford job, meaning Louis van Gaal could see out his contract as Red Devils boss. But the axed Chelsea coach wants to be back in football this summer. (The Sun)Eden Hazard has performed a U-turn and told Chelsea he wants to stay at the club this summer, with the Belgian “100 per cent prepared to stay” and work with new manager Antonio Conte. (Daily Mail)However, Nemanja Matic does looks set to quit the Blues this summer, with a £20million transfer to Juventus already agreed. (Daily Star)Conte is keen on sealing the £42million arrival of striker Gonzalo Higuain this summer, but the Argentine is not prepared to be second choice behind Diego Costa. (Daily Mail)?Juan Cuadrado will return to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season after spending the season on loan at Juventus. (Daily Star)Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez is a shock target for Spanish giants Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)Leicester City want to strengthen their Premier League-winning squad by signing Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Thorgan Hazard – The 23-year-old is the brother of Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard. (Het Laatste Nieuws)Manchester United have beaten Rangers and Liverpool to the signature of young Wisla Krakow goalkeeper Kacper Chorazka. (The Sun)Former Sunderland and Brighton boss Gus Poyet is the clear favourite to be appointed manager of Nottingham Forest. (Nottingham Post)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…??Mahrez and Kante to leave Leicester? ‘Foxes stars would struggle at bigger teams,’ claims Dietmar HamannArsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City to battle it out for Leicester City star N’Golo Kante‘Claudio Ranieri deserves a statue for guiding Leicester City to unlikely Premier League glory’ – Christian FuchsDietmar Hamann on Diego Simeone: ‘Arsenal lack exactly what Atletico Madrid’s strength is’LISTEN: Hugo Lloris speaks to talkSPORT about Tottenham’s title challenge, Manchester United’s David de Gea and the future‘That’s the same price as Kim Kardashian to be the next US president!’ – Joey Barton on Burnley being 2000/1 to lift next year’s Premier League trophy                     Lyon president determined to keep hold of Tottenham and West Ham target Alexandre LacazetteManchester City target Paul Pogba must decide his future within 20 days, according to JuventusTottenham target Michy Batshuayi says he wants to stay at Marseillelast_img read more

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TINNEY’S TOYS OPEN LATE FOR SANTA’S LAST MINUTE RUSH!

first_imgThere’s nothing worse than when Santa forgets to pack EVERYTHING into his sleigh in time for Christmas.And just in case he forgets anything, Tinneys Farm Toys & Models, on the Leck Road in Letterkenny are open to 8pm all this week.There are great gift ideas for boys of all ages, even adults, with PC games including the latest farming simulator, dvd’s like The Big John Deere Vol 1 – 6, and the full range of Tractor Ted dvd’s. Also books, jigsaws, model tractors, cars and lorries, and a large range of clothing for both children and adults. Gift vouchers also available.You can also order on line before Thursday 22nd December for Christmas deliveryCheck us out on line www.tinneysfarmtoys.ie  TINNEY’S TOYS OPEN LATE FOR SANTA’S LAST MINUTE RUSH! was last modified: December 19th, 2011 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:Tinney’s Toyslast_img read more

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Portable ID device to aid local police

first_imgWhittier police will join officers in Los Angeles as the first to begin using a new hand-held device that can take a suspect’s mug shot and fingerprints, officials announced Wednesday. The devices are expected to save time in the field. Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department’s West Valley Area demonstrated the Field Booking Device to the city’s Police Commission this week. The LAPD will use the device on misdemeanor suspects beginning this month. The machine can capture fingerprints and digital photographs of a suspect, transmit the material to Los Angeles County’s criminal information system and the state Department of Justice for processing, and send information about the person back to the arresting officer, according to Peter DiCarlo, assistant commanding officer of the LAPD’s Information and Communications Services Bureau. The whole process takes about 15 minutes – much shorter than the two hours it usually takes for officers to drive a suspect to a police station to be booked, DiCarlo said. The booking device will be used for free by the LAPD’s Hollywood and West Valley vice units as part of a pilot program offered by biometric vendors Indentex and Cross Match in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Regional Identification Systems, DiCarlo said. Whittier police spokesman Officer Alan dela Pena said Wednesday the department expects to begin testing the device soon. From staff and wire reports AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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BARBOUR WINS RAPHOE 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgSome of the large crowd at today’s Raphoe 5K. Pic by North West Newspix.The second race in the Dalys XL Lifford AC Spring 3 Race Series took place today in Raphoe. On a fine morning for running, the 300 strong field mirrored the large field of runners and walkers which took to the start line in St Johnston just two weeks ago.Paul Barbour on his way to victory today. Pic by North West Newspix.Yet again, the array of runners and walkers taking part ranged from the serious front runners through to those getting fit, losing weight or just exercising for fun. The race was won in impressive fashion by Paul Barbour from Omagh Harriers in 15.39 who followed up his victory in St Johnston shaving 49 seconds off his time from two weeks ago.In second was Letterkenny AC’s Christopher Johnston in 16.03, with Martin Cox from Project Africa Athletics third in 16.24.In the womens race, Lifford AC’s Claire McGuigan continued her fine early season form with another victory in Raphoe, running sub 19 minutes in a time of 18.53.It was the same 1,2,3 as finished in St Johnston a fortnight ago with Finn Valley AC’s Kathleen McNulty running nearly half a minute quicker within two weeks coming home in 19.57, with the ever improving Derry City Track Club athlete Hannah McGowan third in 20.18, 23 seconds quicker than a fortnight ago. The final race in the Series will take place in Lifford on Sunday 8th February with a start time of 10.30am. Anyone who ran in St Johnston or Raphoe is pre entered for the final race, while new entrants for Lifford can register on line at liffordac.com up to Friday evening 6th February.Commenting on the race, Club Chairperson Sharon Gallen thanked all those who turned out both today and two weeks ago to support the Series.“For so early in the race season, the numbers taking part and the times being run is really positive. Many people have many different goals, from pre season training to race improvement, getting fit, or losing weight. Lifford AC through this Series is delighted to be part and parcel of helping so many to achieve those goals.”Sharon went on to add “our events cannot be run without the help of a lot of people (most of it unseen) who pull together for a great team effort to ensure those who take part have a safe and hopefully positive event experience. Thanks to Liam Daly and Dalys XL Supermarket Lifford for his continued sponsorship of a Series that continues to go from strength. Thanks to everyone who brought food and refreshments in abundance – a really big response from our members. Thanks to those who helped out with registrations, marshalled the course, took photographs and with serving refreshments afterwards. Thanks also to Sean Dudgeon and JD Print for the design of our t-shirts which will be available at our last race in Lifford. Thanks to Gerard Crawford and Deele College for the use of their fine facilities. Thanks also to EMT Pat Carlin who provides the First Aid at each of our races and whose expertise is on hand to ensure our events are conducted safely. Thanks also to those who came out to support the race and to the local people of Raphoe for their patience and support on race days. Finally, thanks to the local media who support our races and give great coverage to athletics events across the county. With events like this, it is very satisfying that so many people come together, give of their time and just get on with getting things done on the day”.To conclude, Gallen expressed her thanks to all the athletes who turned out and congratulated them on their performances. “We hope to see everyone in Lifford on Sunday 8th February for our grand finale when the curtains will come down on yet another impressive Spring Series.”Place Bib No Name Team Age Group Place Gun Time1 7 Paul Barbour Omagh Harriers AC 1 Top Fin 15:392 520 Christopher Johnston Letterkenny AC 2 Top Fin 16:03 3 73 Martin Cox Project Africa Athletics 3 Top Fin 16:244 533 Pauric Breslin Letterkenny AC 1 M 19-39 16:375 58 James Clarke Clones AC 2 M 19-39 16:406 387 Cathal McLaughlin Derry City Track Club 1 M 45-49 16:427 534 Adam Speer Finn Valley AC 3 M 19-39 16:488 420 Mark Mullan City of Derry Spartans AC 4 M 19-39 16:539 68 Ciaran Collins Project Africa Athletics 5 M 19-39 17:0210 135 Matt Doherty Derry City Track Club 1 M 0-18 17:0511 149 Sean Dudgeon Lifford AC 6 M 19-39 17:2112 101 Darragh Crossan Derry City Track Club 7 M 19-39 17:2813 288 Mark McBrearty Lifford AC 8 M 19-39 17:3014 347 Kieran Mc Elhinney Raphoe Road Runners 9 M 19-39 17:3815 439 Seamus O’Donnell Convoy AC 1 M 40-44 17:4016 505 Gerard Bogle United Healthcare 1 M 50-54 17:4117 22 Dominick Boner Finn Valley AC 2 M 50-54 17:4818 522 Bill Duncan Lifford AC 2 M 45-49 18:1319 76 Paul Coyle Strabane Lifford Cycling Club 10 M 19-39 18:2220 37 Jason Brown 11 M 19-39 18:2321 245 Eddie Kelly Lifford AC 3 M 45-49 18:2322 479 Garvin Walker Letterkenny AC 12 M 19-39 18:2423 121 Mark Diver Letterkenny AC 13 M 19-39 18:3424 112 Shaun Deery Derry City Track Club 14 M 19-39 18:3725 490 Robert Bigger Derry City Track Club 1 M 55-59 18:3826 119 Paul Dillon 2 M 40-44 18:5227 378 Claire Mc Guigan Lifford AC 1 Top Fin 18:5328 334 Conor Mc Cullagh DCTC 15 M 19-39 19:0429 312 Marcus McClintock Letterkenny AC 3 M 40-44 19:1030 469 James Stevenson Lifford AC 16 M 19-39 19:1631 498 Paul Kelly Lifford AC 17 M 19-39 19:1632 409 Kenny Melaugh Healthy Bon Fitness 18 M 19-39 19:2133 163 Niall Elliott Lifford AC 2 M 0-18 19:2134 369 Zachary McGowan Derry City Track Club 3 M 0-18 19:2435 548 John Taylor Convoy AC 3 M 50-54 19:3436 160 Martin Dunleavy Foyle Valley AC 4 M 45-49 19:3737 178 Gary Gallagher Lifford AC 4 M 40-44 19:4038 523 Keane Ryan 19 M 19-39 19:4139 488 Shane Gallagher Deele Harps FC 20 M 19-39 19:4640 155 Daniel Duggan Lifford AC 21 M 19-39 19:5441 400 Kathleen Mc Nulty Finn Valley AC 2 Top Fin 19:5742 252 Philip Kelly Lifford AC 22 M 19-39 19:5843 305 Malcolm McCausland Derry City Track Club 1 M 60-99 19:5944 75 John Coyle Fit4Life Lifford AC 5 M 45-49 20:0245 399 Joe McNulty Lifford AC 5 M 40-44 20:1146 206 Kevin Greenan Letterkenny AC 2 M 55-59 20:1347 536 Shaun Crossan Kickboxing LK 23 M 19-39 20:1448 126 Drew Doherty Finn Valley AC 4 M 50-54 20:1549 301 Chris McCarron Lifford AC 24 M 19-39 20:1750 368 Hannah McGowan Derry City Track Club 3 Top Fin 20:1851 511 Seamus McCallion Foyle Valley AC 3 M 55-59 20:2052 267 Barry Mackey Letterkenny AC 5 M 50-54 20:2253 545 Charlie McElwaine Lifford AC 4 M 0-18 20:3054 541 Noreen McGettigan Letterkenny AC 1 F 19-39 20:3255 515 Shaun Boyce 6 M 40-44 20:3556 115 Dominic Devine Clann na nGael GAC 25 M 19-39 20:3657 493 Lornie Crossan clg Naomh Padraig Lifford 26 M 19-39 20:3658 65 Graeme Colhoun Allstate 27 M 19-39 20:3759 258 Paul Lee Letterkenny AC 6 M 45-49 20:3860 71 Paul Connolly Allstate 28 M 19-39 20:4261 416 Damien Moore Lifford AC 7 M 45-49 20:4762 527 Jamie Gallagher 29 M 19-39 20:4863 151 James Duffy 30 M 19-39 20:5064 325 Gerard Mc Connell 31 M 19-39 20:5065 508 Adrian McHugh 7 M 40-44 20:5166 157 Michael Duncan Lifford AC 6 M 50-54 20:5367 412 Sean Molloy Finn Valley AC 8 M 40-44 20:5868 14 Oliver Barrett Lifford AC 32 M 19-39 21:0469 489 Michael Chambers 33 M 19-39 21:0570 376 Michael McGrinder Fit4Life Lifford AC 8 M 45-49 21:0571 229 Raymond Hoynes Lifford AC 9 M 40-44 21:0872 304 Garrett McCarron Lifford AC 34 M 19-39 21:0873 42 Stephen Burns Fit4Life Lifford AC 35 M 19-39 21:0974 64 Liam Cleary Lifford AC 10 M 40-44 21:1275 497 Bobby Collins Project Africa Athletic Club 4 M 55-59 21:1476 247 Ita Kelly Lifford AC 1 F 40-44 21:1677 428 Damian Murphy Raphoe Road Runners 36 M 19-39 21:1778 281 Declan Mc Aleer Fit4Life Lifford AC 9 M 45-49 21:2379 159 Richie Duncan Castlefinn Running Club 11 M 40-44 21:2380 114 Adrian Devine Castlefinn Running Club 37 M 19-39 21:2481 550 Gary Neely Swanlings 38 M 19-39 21:2482 396 David McNulty Lifford AC 39 M 19-39 21:2583 476 Paddy Tourish Lifford AC 7 M 50-54 21:2984 243 Aidan Kelly Swanlings 40 M 19-39 21:3285 194 Ronan Gallen 41 M 19-39 21:3386 152 Stephen Duffy 42 M 19-39 21:3987 482 Darren Wasson 43 M 19-39 21:4088 419 Annalisa Mullan Bolt Running Club 2 F 19-39 21:4389 279 Adrian Marsh 12 M 40-44 21:4390 501 Shaun McDaid Speer Performance 44 M 19-39 21:4591 535 Mark Trayers 13 M 40-44 21:4592 147 Paul Duddy 8 M 50-54 21:4593 504 James Donaghey 10 M 45-49 21:4894 543 Charmaine O’Brien Finn Valley AC 3 F 19-39 21:5395 525 Karl Sweeney Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club 45 M 19-39 21:5796 552 Kevin Roarty 46 M 19-39 22:0297 546 Damien Ball 47 M 19-39 22:0398 394 Paul McNamee Lifford AC 9 M 50-54 22:0799 457 Aidan Roarty 48 M 19-39 22:10100 443 Ciaran O’Kane Clann na nGael GAC 49 M 19-39 22:11101 99 Ruairi Crealey 50 M 19-39 22:14102 189 Peter Gallagher 51 M 19-39 22:16103 528 Stephen Sweeney Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club 14 M 40-44 22:18104 349 John McElwaine Lifford AC 52 M 19-39 22:19105 164 Henrietta Elves Inishowen AC 2 F 40-44 22:19106 433 Andrea O Carroll Crossfit 4 F 19-39 22:24107 248 John Kelly Convoy AC 15 M 40-44 22:25108 453 Richard Raymond Letterkenny AC 2 M 60-99 22:25109 6 Ton Bangert Fit4Life Lifford AC 3 M 60-99 22:26110 124 Ciaran Doherty United Health Group 53 M 19-39 22:26111 459 Michael Roulstone Lifford AC 4 M 60-99 22:28112 307 Stephen McCay Lifford AC 54 M 19-39 22:30113 234 Roy Hunter 10 M 50-54 22:31114 423 Leoni Mullen Lifford AC 5 F 19-39 22:31115 257 Stephen Lafferty 55 M 19-39 22:37116 462 Ivor Russell 56 M 19-39 22:38117 165 Linda Emery Aghyaran Road Racers 3 F 40-44 22:41118 86 Wilson Craig Lifford AC 5 M 0-18 22:42119 526 Conor Sweeney Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club 57 M 19-39 22:43120 516 Kilian Nulty Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club 11 M 45-49 22:45121 440 Shaun O’Donnell Lifford AC 11 M 50-54 22:45122 314 Trish McClintock Foyle Valley AC 6 F 19-39 22:49123 455 Darren Reid Lifford AC 16 M 40-44 22:50124 168 William Freney Raphoe Running Club 17 M 40-44 23:01125 519 Pauric Hilferty 58 M 19-39 23:07126 502 Danny McDaid Speer Performance 59 M 19-39 23:07127 464 Don Smith Convoy AC 5 M 55-59 23:08128 28 Willie Breen Convoy AC 60 M 19-39 23:15129 282 Barry McArdle Lifford AC 18 M 40-44 23:19130 49 Pearce Canning 61 M 19-39 23:20131 442 Fintan O’Hagan Castlefinn Running Club 19 M 40-44 23:24132 362 Eugene Mc Ginley Raphoe Road Runners 12 M 50-54 23:24133 427 Robert Mulligan 62 M 19-39 23:25134 227 Carmel Hoynes Lifford AC 4 F 40-44 23:25135 120 Eamonn Diver 12 M 45-49 23:27136 224 Carl Houston Castlefinn Running Club 13 M 50-54 23:27137 91 Jeffrey Crawford 63 M 19-39 23:30138 385 Joyce McKittrick Lifford AC 5 F 40-44 23:32139 524 Cathal Gorman 20 M 40-44 23:33140 452 Terence Quinn Raphoe Running Club 14 M 50-54 23:34141 199 Lucinda Gorman 7 F 19-39 23:34142 142 Gloria Donaghey Finn Valley AC 1 F 55-59 23:38143 225 Iggy Houston Lifford AC 13 M 45-49 23:42144 72 Deborah Conroy Lifford AC 8 F 19-39 23:42145 333 Aileen McCullagh Convoy AC 9 F 19-39 23:43146 484 Samantha Wilkinson Finn Valley AC 6 F 40-44 23:46147 444 Lynn Parke Convoy AC 10 F 19-39 23:46148 210 Dee Griffin Convoy AC 1 F 45-49 23:47149 139 William Doherty Owen Roes GAC 21 M 40-44 23:53150 79 Ursula Coyle Fit4Life Lifford AC 2 F 45-49 23:55151 475 Jacqui Timoney Lifford AC 11 F 19-39 23:58152 391 Gary Mc Mackin 64 M 19-39 24:02153 27 Eugene Boyle Castlefinn Running Club 14 M 45-49 24:03154 380 Ciaran McHugh 65 M 19-39 24:03155 137 Tommy Doherty Drumoghill Running Club 15 M 50-54 24:06156 517 William O’Donnell Convoy AC 66 M 19-39 24:08157 480 James Walsh 15 M 45-49 24:09158 81 John Craig Lifford AC 67 M 19-39 24:11159 413 Amanda Monaghan Lifford AC 7 F 40-44 24:11160 143 Mark Donaghey Lifford AC 22 M 40-44 24:11161 364 Roisin McGinley Lifford AC 3 F 45-49 24:12162 156 Darrell Duncan Drumoghill Running Club 68 M 19-39 24:13163 51 Fintan Carlin Lifford AC 6 M 0-18 24:16164 193 Joe Gallen Lifford AC 6 M 55-59 24:21165 494 Pauric Brennan clg Naomh Padraig Lifford 69 M 19-39 24:26166 170 Michael Friel Lifford AC 16 M 45-49 24:30167 110 Liam Daly Lifford AC 16 M 50-54 24:31168 286 Amanda McBrearty Castlefinn Running Club 12 F 19-39 24:32169 467 Jonathan Sproule 70 M 19-39 24:35170 397 Irene McNulty Convoy AC 8 F 40-44 24:38171 384 Wesley Mc Kane Finn Valley AC 71 M 19-39 24:44172 16 Emma Bates Convoy AC 13 F 19-39 24:47173 370 Dermot McGranaghan Castlefinn Running Club 17 M 45-49 24:59174 367 Elaine McGoldrick Castlefinn Running Club 14 F 19-39 24:59175 553 Wesley Vance 23 M 40-44 25:00176 315 Marie McColgan Finn Valley Fit for Life 4 F 45-49 25:07177 328 Stephen McCrory 24 M 40-44 25:09178 329 James McCrossan Lifford AC 72 M 19-39 25:11179 167 Hayleigh Ferry 15 F 19-39 25:13180 280 Mary Martin Finn Valley AC 1 F 60-99 25:14181 379 Ann Marie McHugh 16 F 19-39 25:14182 128 Kelly Doherty Allstate 17 F 19-39 25:15183 447 Andrea Porter Fit4Life Lifford AC 18 F 19-39 25:15184 145 Angela Doran 9 F 40-44 25:18185 510 Martina McDaid 19 F 19-39 25:19186 133 Mary Doherty Convoy AC 20 F 19-39 25:20187 217 Kevin Heffernan Fit4Life Lifford AC 18 M 45-49 25:21188 372 Aidan McGrath 25 M 40-44 25:23189 435 Helen O’Donnell 2 F 60-99 25:25190 222 Ann Houston 3 F 60-99 25:28191 254 Claire Keys Lifford AC 21 F 19-39 25:29192 20 Frances Birch 22 F 19-39 25:29193 54 Sharon Carlin Lifford AC 5 F 45-49 25:30194 454 Alan Redstone 26 M 40-44 25:33195 547 Claire Taylor Convoy AC 23 F 19-39 25:34196 174 Gordon Galbraith Convoy AC 73 M 19-39 25:35197 491 Sean McAuliffe Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club 19 M 45-49 25:37198 471 Melanie Sweeney Castlefinn Running Club 24 F 19-39 25:38199 298 Marcella McBride Castlefinn Running Club 6 F 45-49 25:38200 483 Laura Whiteduncan Castlefinn Running Club 25 F 19-39 25:38201 549 Sean Bonner Convoy AC 17 M 50-54 25:42202 514 Clare Molloy 26 F 19-39 25:42203 40 Danny Burns Lifford AC 5 M 60-99 25:50204 98 Stephen Crawford Lifford AC 74 M 19-39 26:13205 492 Enda Slevin Raphoe Road Runners 75 M 19-39 26:18206 108 Olivia Cuskelly Lifford AC 1 F 0-18 26:25207 287 John Mc Brearty 76 M 19-39 26:28208 518 Stephen Long Convoy AC 77 M 19-39 26:28209 529 Ellie Duffy Lifford AC 2 F 0-18 26:35210 398 Jarlath McNulty 18 M 50-54 26:36211 395 Christine McNulty Lifford AC 10 F 40-44 26:37212 220 Gaynor Hindley Aghyaran Road Racers 11 F 40-44 26:38213 253 Roisin Kerrigan Lifford AC 12 F 40-44 26:44214 403 David Meehan Lifford AC 78 M 19-39 26:48215 236 Jackie Ireland Letterkenny AC 2 F 55-59 26:50216 485 Jonathon Wilson Drumoghill Running Club 79 M 19-39 26:53217 434 Grace O’Donnell Convoy AC 27 F 19-39 26:54218 503 Marie Gibson Letterkenny AC 1 F 50-54 26:55219 33 Joe Breslin Fit4Life Lifford AC 19 M 50-54 27:06220 161 Phil Eaglestone 80 M 19-39 27:09221 335 Louise Mc Cullagh 28 F 19-39 27:10222 5 Marjan Bangert Fit4Life Lifford AC 4 F 60-99 27:14223 24 Kay Bonner Convoy AC 2 F 50-54 27:14224 208 Ceejay Griffin Convoy AC 3 F 0-18 27:22225 235 Sarah Hunter Drumoghill Running Club 3 F 50-54 27:29226 107 Olivia Cuskelly Lifford AC 29 F 19-39 27:31227 495 Lisa Kilpatrick Raphoe Road Runners 30 F 19-39 27:31228 205 Rhonda Green Lifford AC 13 F 40-44 27:31229 512 Stella McCole 31 F 19-39 27:34230 15 Sarah Barrett Lifford AC 32 F 19-39 27:37231 342 Michael Mc Curdy Fit4Life Lifford AC 27 M 40-44 27:37232 84 Sinead Craig Lifford AC 33 F 19-39 27:38233 377 Barry Mc Guigan 81 M 19-39 27:47234 31 Patrick Brennan 82 M 19-39 27:50235 513 Margaret Lafferty Castlefinn Running Club 34 F 19-39 27:52236 496 Alisha Cuskelly Lifford AC 4 F 0-18 27:55237 179 Jamie Gallagher St Johnston Men on the Move 28 M 40-44 27:56238 278 Louise Mailey Convoy AC 35 F 19-39 27:59239 276 Alan Mailey Convoy AC 83 M 19-39 27:59240 509 Martin Crawford Crossfit LK 84 M 19-39 28:03241 249 John Kelly 7 M 55-59 28:05242 187 Oliver Gallagher St Johnston Men on the Move 20 M 45-49 28:06243 23 Mary Bonnar 4 F 50-54 28:08244 230 Mandy Hume 14 F 40-44 28:13245 52 Karen Carlin Fit4Life Lifford AC 15 F 40-44 28:31246 539 Rodney Lindsay 85 M 19-39 28:33247 375 Lorraine McGrinder Fit4Life Lifford AC 16 F 40-44 28:39248 144 Anne Donnell Lifford AC 7 F 45-49 28:44249 338 Caroline McCurdy Lifford AC 8 F 45-49 28:44250 192 Aiden Gallen 7 M 0-18 28:48251 271 Pete Mackey Allstate 86 M 19-39 28:54252 530 Kayleigh Nelson Lifford AC 5 F 0-18 29:11253 212 Tanya Hall Convoy AC 36 F 19-39 29:14254 408 Sean Meehan 8 M 0-18 29:20255 441 Ann Marie O’Hagan Castlefinn Running Club 37 F 19-39 29:20256 551 Debbie Deans Lifford AC 38 F 19-39 29:21257 130 Maeve Doherty Lifford AC 39 F 19-39 29:37258 260 Hazel Long Raphoe Running Club 40 F 19-39 29:38259 540 John Eaton 87 M 19-39 29:41260 506 Carmel Brindle Fit4Life Lifford AC 17 F 40-44 29:55261 55 Clement Clarke Lifford AC 8 M 55-59 30:09262 538 Nuala Allen Raphoe Road Runners 18 F 40-44 30:25263 70 Emma Conaghan Castlefinn Running Club 41 F 19-39 30:48264 371 Mairead McGranaghan Convoy AC 42 F 19-39 30:52265 507 Ursula O’Neill Lifford AC 19 F 40-44 30:53266 355 Tara McFadden 43 F 19-39 30:55267 198 Catherine Gilligan Drumoghill Running Club 5 F 50-54 31:00268 200 Louise Goudie Raphoe Running Club 44 F 19-39 31:02269 436 James O’Donnell 88 M 19-39 31:08270 43 Yvonne Cairns Lifford AC 9 F 45-49 31:16271 39 Mairead Browne Lifford AC 10 F 45-49 31:16272 544 Gerry McTaggart 20 M 50-54 31:17273 473 Patrick Sweeney Lifford AC 9 M 0-18 32:04274 218 Diane Hetherington Convoy AC 45 F 19-39 33:16275 61 Jacqueline Cleary Lifford AC 11 F 45-49 33:16276 237 Alistair Jamieson 89 M 19-39 33:28277 422 Kate Mullen Fit4Life Lifford AC 12 F 45-49 33:44278 521 Martina Grant Convoy AC 46 F 19-39 33:51279 500 Ann Strain Convoy AC 13 F 45-49 33:53280 499 Frankie Murray Finn Valley AC 9 M 55-59 33:53281 295 Gemma McBride Convoy AC 47 F 19-39 34:16282 532 Majella Breslin Fit4Life Lifford AC 14 F 45-49 34:28283 531 Angela McHugh Lifford AC 48 F 19-39 34:29284 486 Josephine Wilson Drumoghill Running Club 49 F 19-39 34:38285 261 Brian Lowry 90 M 19-39 35:42286 202 Abigal Grant 6 F 0-18 36:01287 203 Donal Grant 91 M 19-39 36:01288 406 Neil Meehan Lifford AC 21 M 50-54 36:10289 373 Lauren McGrath Lifford AC 7 F 0-18 38:19290 405 Mary Meehan Lifford AC 15 F 45-49 39:23291 381 Joan Mc Hugh Lifford AC 6 F 50-54 42:06292 215 Stephanie Harper Convoy AC 8 F 0-18 46:14293 214 Mary Harper Convoy AC 16 F 45-49 46:20294 472 Neil Sweeney 21 M 45-49 46:21295 216 Stephen Harper Convoy AC 29 M 40-44 46:21296 150 Emma Duffy 50 F 19-39 48:06297 153 Tina Duffy 3 F 55-59 48:06298 470 Maura Sweeney 9 F 0-18 49:22299 537 Teagan Lee 10 F 0-18 49:23300 DNF Oliver McCullough Greencastle ACBARBOUR WINS RAPHOE 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: January 25th, 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)Tags:donegalRaphoe 5klast_img read more

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BEST-MAN’S WEDDING SELFIE CAPTURES DELIGHTFUL WEDDING MOMENT

first_imgAs selfies go, this one was perfectly timed!Best man Anthony Fisher didn’t show much nerves as he took this selfie of twin brother Paul and his stunning new bride Grainne Jordan. Paul is very well known as the Donegal GAA senior team strength and conditioning coach.And his new wife will now be known as one of the most stunning brides ever. The happy couple were married in Ballyliffin on Saturday last. And judging by the selfie – everyone (including Anthony) had a ball!BEST-MAN’S WEDDING SELFIE CAPTURES DELIGHTFUL WEDDING MOMENT was last modified: February 24th, 2015 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:Anthony FisherdonegalPaul FisherSelfieweddinglast_img read more

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Trouble and strife

first_imgThe Guardian and Daily Mail report that manager Andre Villas-Boas has banished Chelsea’s reserve players from the main complex at the club’s Cobham training ground.He was already reported to have told transfer-listed duo Nicolas Anelka and Alex they could no longer use the facility and is now said to be keeping all non-first team players away.The reserve squad are apparently now using the same part of the training ground as academy youngsters ahead of tonight’s game against leaders Manchester City.And it seems City have issues of their own, with the Mail reporting that controversial striker Mario Balotelli is in hot water following a night out in Manchester which continued into the early hours of Sunday morning.Zamora’s future is in doubt.The Independent suggest City boss Roberto Mancini is furious with the 21-year-old, whose off-the-field antics have been well documented.The paper also say Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is in limbo after being left out of the squad for Saturday’s defeat at Swansea, with Whites boss Martin Jol refusing to  confirm the player will be recalled for this week’s Europa League match against Odense.The Daily Express say QPR lead the chase for Zamora, while the Mail say Aston Villa and Sunderland are also interested.Meanwhile, the Mail also carries a story about a foul-mouthed bust-up between Liverpool’s Craig Bellamy and QPR captain Joey Barton after Saturday’s game at Anfield.And The Sun say former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants to sign Blues midfielder Frank Lampard for Real Madrid in exchange for Spaniard Esteban Granero.This page is updated throughout the day.last_img read more

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