This newspaper’s attention is drawn to the latest action taken by President Weah to have LACC Chairman James Verdier replaced by Cllr. Charles Gibson and the instruction by Minister of State Nathaniel McGill to ensure that Mr. Verdier declares his assets in keeping with the Asset declaration provisions enshrined in the national Code of Conduct. But McGill, from all indications and contrary to law, has so far failed to declare his assets as required by law failing to realize that he who comes to equity must do so with clean hands.This newspaper is however reliably informed that Verdier’s tenure has just about expired. The letter sent by McGill authorizing Cllr. Gibson to act until otherwise directed appears to however convey a distinct impression that Cllr. Verdier has actually been fired by President Weah. Interestingly McGill’s letter instructing Cllr. Gibson to ensure that Verdier remains compliant with provisions of the law requiring public officials to declare their assets before and after leaving office. Those provisions are contained in Section 10.1 of the Code of Conduct titled: “Declaration of Assets and Performance Bonds”.Section 10.1 of the Code of Conduct says: “Every Public Official and Employee of Government involved in making decisions affecting contracting, tendering or procurement, and issuance of licenses of various types shall sign performance or financial bonds and shall in addition declare his or her income, assets and liabilities prior to taking office and thereafter: (a) at the end of every three years; (b) on promotion or progression from one level to another; (c) upon transfer to another public office; and (d) upon retirement or resignation.While many in the public have expressed concerns that the President’s move against Verdier appears analogous to an attack on integrity institutions, the instructions to have him declare his assets as he leaves office is however in keeping with law, no matter the outpouring of concerns about what some see as an assault on integrity institutions.That means Cllr. James Verdier does not have the luxury of deciding whether or not he abide by the President’s instructions. And in keeping with law, he is under obligation to declare his assets which he should be more than willing to do especially given his knowledge of the law and his background as a rights and justice advocate.That said, this newspaper finds itself constrained to question just why President Weah has not made public his asset declaration as prescribed by law. This newspaper also questions why other government officials have not declared their assets and why President Weah has not seen it fit to compel compliance of his officials.Further, his response to the BBC when confronted with the question why he has not made his asset declaration public, as well as those of his officials, President Weah appeared to have conveyed the impression that he had adopted a complicit posture in solidarity with those officials flouting the law.A commonly accepted maxim in our jurisdiction hoary with age says “he who comes to equity must do with clean hands”. Why for example would the Minister of State who has yet to declare his assets, as required by law, not done so but at the same time insists that others should declare their assets?Further, the choice of Cllr. Charles Gibson, an individual with serious integrity issues be appointed to head an anti-graft integrity institution. Why would the government shoot itself in the leg by appointing Cllr. Gibson to the post when it was well aware that the individual was beclouded with a host of integrity issues, which had cast a pall on his character.As usual, this newspaper must warn President Weah that so much is expected of him that he cannot afford to fail. In this regard, he has to take a strong stance against corruption lest corruption takes a stand against him and undermine his government. The President is thus called to attention to start the ball rolling by making public the findings of the investigations into the missing money.There are speculations aplenty in the public about the squandering of public resources for the benefit of a few individuals considered close to the President. Indeed, corruption, runaway corruption and the effects are being felt in the daily lives of the ordinary Liberian in the form of rising prices and a sharp decline in the provision of social services. President Weah has to take stock of the situation and adopt the appropriate mitigating measures to address the problem.The Asset Declaration law is intended to help enhance greater transparency and accountability in the management of public resources. But it can only be effective and produce results if officials of government respect it and remain compliant with its provisions. And of this means there should be appropriate penalties applied against those who fail compliance checks.All available evidence so far seem to suggest that government officials are not respecting the Asset Declaration law simply because President Weah has not met full compliance by making public his asset declaration and equally insisting that his officials become complaint or else face sanctions.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…expresses displeasure over Edghill’s suspensionThe parliamentary Opposition has expressed grave disappointment with the move to have Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Juan Edghill suspended for the remainder of the examination of the estimates and expenditure of the 2018 Budget which ends on Friday.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo voiced his concern during a press conference on Tuesday, after members of the Opposition walked out of the Parliament Chambers over the reluctance of the Speaker, Dr Barton Scotland to allow for more time to scrutinise the estimates for several key sectors.Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo flanked by PPP/C Members of Parliament addressing the media on TuesdayJagdeo accused the Government of having serious reluctance at being scrutinised and said this was the main reason for the chaos that ensued on Monday. He said Government’s behaviour is being blatantly displayed in spite of all of its protestation that it is the one championing transparency in public life.He also accused Government of showing disdain for the rule of law. “These were touted objectives before the elections, but every single day that passes in Guyana we have seen now, new evidence of this Government’s corruption and reluctance to be transparent with the people of Guyana. What we witnessed today, I think, has a lot to do with what happen last week in this country,” he explained.For a while now, the whole question of whether the Government received a bonus from ExxonMobil had been talked about. However, the Opposition Leader feels that the issue was not intensely pushed because the Government has been extremely dismissive of any such suggestions from everyone.“First of all, they wanted to fixate the issue, they didn’t want to address it and we were confronted with an outright denial of the receipt of the signing bonus,” he told the media.Making reference to the incident that involved Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Juan Edghill on Monday, Jagdeo said even if he was in breach of the Standing Orders of Parliament, there are other ways of sanctioning the member other than causing the matter to escalate.“…there have been several breaches of the Standing Order in the past and if he felt he could have suspended the sitting then he should have invited in the Chief Whips from both sides to address the matter,” Jagdeo opined.The Opposition Leader also believes that the action taken against Edghill was based on the fact that he is one of the most aggressive questioners on the Opposition benches, someone who has vast experience on financial matters.“…because he has quite a bit of knowledge coming as a former Minister of Finance, knowing about the estimates. We saw how he decimated the Public Infrastructure Minister in his presentation and it was this kind of aggressive kind of questioning that they wanted to avoid,” Jagdeo argued.The Opposition Leader also stated that all Opposition MPs will continue to take part in the remainder of the consideration of Budget Estimates as it seeks to ensure there is scrutiny of Government spending.“If we walk out from here they will get precisely what they want. That is why we decide to continue working while we fight the injustices against Bishop Edghill,” he added.In referring to the incident where Edghill was arrested by the Police but later released on his own recognisance, Jagdeo said the MP’s Attorney had informed him that the instruction to make the arrest was given by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland.“But the Speaker’s jurisdiction does not extend beyond this Parliament. Juan Edghill is a Member of Parliament and as a citizen of Guyana he enjoys freedom of movement. The Police were directed by the Speaker and half of the Police (ranks present) seem to be directed by Members of Parliament,” he added.Jagdeo feels that the Government has succeeded to shield Natural Resources Minister Raphael Trotman from any questioning by the Speaker’s ruling. “They have descended into a plutocracy…they are all ‘hussling’ and I believe they are doing this because they see the writing on the wall. So everyone is hussling to fill their own pockets. That is what is happening now.”Edghill was asked to leave the Parliament Chambers on Monday after he questioned the Speaker on the time allotted to discuss the Budget Estimates but decided not to follow that order.This move created chaos in the hallowed chambers as the Police were later called in to have the MP physically removed but the ranks failed in their attempts after a human barricade was formed by his colleagues to prevent them from getting to him.Parliament was later suspended and the MP and his colleagues remained in the Chambers until 22:00h. During this time, the electricity was purposely cut from the chambers so there were no lights, air conditioning or Wi-Fi available to anyone sitting in the Chambers.
The Fort St. John Huskies will have their work cut for themselves tonight as they’ll take on the Fairview Flyers at the North Peace Arena. The Flyers come to Fort St. John with a big lead in the league’s standings as they’ve won 15 of their first 16 games since the year began.The Huskies came close to putting a dent in the Flyers record back on October 23 as they fell just short 6-5, and the Flyers had a convincing win on November 10th 4-1.Huskies assistant captain Cayle Bell said at the end of yesterday’s Skate with the Huskies that everyone needs to buy in to what the coaching staff has been trying to instill and come to the rink ready to play if they are going to be successful in tonight’s game.- Advertisement -“Just a better effort and a better attitude. Hopefully we’ll buy into the system more and walk away with a win. We need to work the power play the way it needs to be used. We had good practices this week with guys working hard,” he said.The opening faceoff is slated for 8 p.m.
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The RCMP are investigating a Break and Enter at a multi-resident complex located at the 9800 block of 108th Ave.Fort St John RCMP secured and reviewed video surveillance. A man entered the complex through an unlocked window and was seen attempting to break into mailboxes inside the facility. The man proceeded to steal a television, a laptop, as well as cash and gift cards before leaving the building.The man is described as:approximately 5’10 to 6 feet (178 – 183cm) tall,- Advertisement -wearing:baggy jeansa grey jacket with a dark hoodiedark glovesblack shoes with distinct white stripescarrying a small back packThe Fort St John RCMP continue to investigate and are asking anyone who has information about this incident or can assist in identifying the suspect, please contact the Fort St John RCMP at 250-787-8100.Should you wish to remain anonymous, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersnebc.ca
0Shares0000Harambee Stars midfielder Johannah Omollo greets fans who had come to the Cairo International Airport to welcome the teamCAIRO, Egypt, Jun 19 – National football team Harambee Stars touched down in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo on Tuesday night, just under three days before the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) officially kicks off.The team travelled to Cairo straight from their training base in Marcoussis, France and headed to their team hotel just a few metres from the June 30 Stadium where they will play their Group C matches. They were received at the airport by Kenyan ambassador to Egypt by Maj. Gen (Rtd) Joff Makowenga and officials from the embassy before they headed to have their rest at the hotel. Theyjetted in to Cairo a few minutes after 9pm (10pm EAT).“I am so excited to be here today to receive the national team and it is such a joy to be here for the first time in 15 years. As an embassy we are ready to give the team whatever they need to make their stay in Cairo as comfortable as possible,”Harambee Stars players arrive at the Cairo International Airport ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations“We heard they were missing ugali and I want to promise them we will try to provide for them some Kenyan food. We will cheer them on and hopefully they do well,” the retired Kenya Air Force Major General told Capital Sport.The team was also received at the airport by a handful of Kenyans living in Egypt who cheered the players on as they got into their team bus.“We have a huge community of fans here and whenever a Kenyan team comes here, we are always there cheering. When Gor Mahia was playing in Alexandria, we drove all the way to support them. We will be in the stadium everyday and hopefully they do us proud,” one of the fans at the airport stated.Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne arrives at the Cairo International AirportHead coach Sebastien Migne now says the real work begins and is confident his team is ready.“We are here now, the reality is upon us and we have to work. There is no time to waste, we have to get down to work immediately,” the tactician said as he hurried everyone into the bus to go shake off some of their jet lag.Francis Kahata and Abud Omar at the Cairo International Airport when the team arrived for the 2019 Africa Cup of NationsKenya begins its campaign on Sunday, playing their first match against Algeria’s Deert Foxes at 10pm (11pm EAT).They will then play Tanzania in the East Africa derby four days later before finishing their group assignments against Senegal on July 1.If Kenya finishes among the top two or is one of the four best number three teams, they will play in the round of 16.Harambee Stars players Eric Johannah, Eric Ouma and Musa Mohammed arrive at the Cairo International Stadium ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)
LANCASTER – Two three-story hotels will be built adjacent to Clear Channel Stadium, Lancaster officials and project partners announced Friday. Hilton Family and K-Partners Hospitality Group LP said the 86-room Hampton Inn and Suites and a 93-room Homewood Suites are expected to start construction this year just south of the stadium and be completed in mid-2007. “We are confident in the continuation of the boom the Antelope Valley has experienced in the last few years and look forward to working closely with the city of Lancaster to achieve our mutual goals,” said Tim Sanford, chief operating officer of K-Partners. The hotels will be built on nine acres owned by the city’s redevelopment agency. Negotiations for the sale of the land are in progress and are expected to be completed in about 30 to 50 days, city officials said. After the hotels are built, a study will be done to determine whether a full-service hotel, such as a Hilton or a Doubletree, will be built, said Gregory Francois, vice president, franchise development, western region for Hilton Hotels Corporation. “It shows the growth and maturity of Lancaster as a community,” Francois said of the project. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “This is a major development for us,” said Mayor Frank Roberts. “It’s a feather in our cap to be chosen to be a partner with them.” The hotels will help Lancaster in its efforts to attract restaurants and other businesses to the area known as Front Row Center, which includes the Cinemark 22, the stadium and a future Johnny Rebs’ restaurant, City Manager Bob LaSala said. LaSala said Lancaster needs more hotels as the result of growth in the region’s industry and from the sports tourism attracted through softball and soccer tournaments at its city parks. Antelope Valley hotels can fill up with out-of-town players and their families on weekends when major youth or adult tournaments are going on. The Hampton Inn will contain roughly 50,000 square feet of space on its three floors and the Homewood will be about 60,000 square feet. The combined development is expected to cost roughly $18.7 million. Homewood Suites is geared toward upscale, extended-stay travelers. Hamptons are geared toward business and leisure travelers. Both hotel chains are owned by Hilton.
The pager could have been rattling around the floor for a while or just for a split second, you try to figure out if you’re dreaming or your pager is really going off…Your best laid plans are put to the test as you try to get dressed as quickly as possible. A sock stuck in a trouser leg slows your progress for seconds, but it seems like minutes. With keys at the ready you unlock and lock the front door of your home. Everyone knows that lives in your home not to block your car in.As you get behind the wheel of your family car your pager goes off for the second time. Your heart races no matter how many times you have responded to a call like this before, because now you know that someone is in terrible bother. Advertisement It will take about 3 minutes to drive to the fire station at night and another 2 minutes to get a printout of the call and get into your firefighting gear.In Letterkenny at the hospital roundabout where the fire station is located a fleet of ambulances with blue lights lighting up the darkness will be already on their way. Now we know that the call is a Road Traffic Incident from the print out.We turn out a fire engine, and emergency tender and a traffic management jeep. We remove the gloves for fire fighting to fit surgical gloves underneath them. There is a silence in the fire tender as it speeds to the scene as the box of surgical gloves is passed around to each fireman.We all know what lies ahead for us in the next few hours. Advertisement The medics in the ambulances at the scene have radioed back to their control centre which in turn has contacted us looking for our estimated time of arrival.We now know what is involved in the crash and also know that the medics need us right away to help them to release casualties from the crumbled wreckage that once was a family car.We can get to work as soon as we arrive at the scene but also know that we can not stop the clock. We know we are now well into “the golden hour” of the casualties at the scene.There is nothing glowing about the “golden hour” at the scene of a serious accident. It’s the 60 minutes following the time of the impact of the accident.Cases of severe trauma, especially internal bleeding, require surgical intervention. Complications such as shock may occur if the casualty is not managed appropriately and with speed and efficiency. It therefore becomes a priority to transport patients suffering from severe trauma as fast as possible to specialists, at a hospital, for definitive treatment. Because some injuries can cause a trauma patient to deteriorate extremely rapidly, the lag time between injury and treatment should ideally be kept to a bare minimum; this has come to be specified as no more than 60 minutes or the golden hour, after which time the survival rate for traumatic patients is alleged to fall off dramatically. We are now working away at the incident. All the training never prepares you for what you will see or experience. For me it helps if I don’t know the person that I am cutting out at a car accident, that way I would hope I could concentrate a bit better on the difficult job involved.Even if you don’t know them, as a fellow human being you know that from them moments on, their life is going to change for ever, that’s if they are lucky, if you could call anything about a car crash lucky.For some their life will have already ended in the impact of the Incident even before the emergency service were even called out to the crash.Now their family, just as we as firemen were called out in the middle of the night from our homes in an effort to save their life, the emergency services will be trying to identify those involved in the crash and in turn the Gardai will have one of their most difficult jobs calling at their homes in the middle of the night with this heartbreaking news. 23,943 people have died on the roads in Ireland since 1959, (when the statistics began). That’s how many times a member of the Garda Siochana has had to knock on the front door of homes through out Ireland to inform family members of this fatal news.Between now and Christmas Day these statistics will show that one member of the Garda will be calling at the door of someone in Donegal with devastating news. It’s less than three weeks and I would be so happy if this turned out not to be true.People in the present day all want to make their journey home for Christmas, for as tradition goes to celebrate the birth of Jesus who’s mother Mary and Joseph also made a journey home on what turned out to be Christmas Eve.For families that have lost a son or daughter a father, mother, brother or sister on Irish roads over the years, even if their accidents didn’t happen around Christmas their loss of a family member will be missed the most at Christmas. For them what was supposed to be a joyous occasion now becomes a very difficult time of the year.The keys of a car lying along the roadside, in the background life goes on but not in the same way for those who have lost someone on the roads in Ireland. Think of your journeys on the road of Ireland this Christmas and not only on your destination. Photo Brian McDaidI hope I haven’t annoyed anyone with this motoring column this week especially those that have lost a family member on the roads, but, if by any chance writing this we could manage to change just one road statistic on these the weeks heading into Christmas it would be a result.People do funny things at Christmas, that they never would think of doing all year round, make last minute decisions to take journeys to visit a friend or do a good deed on the run up to the festive season. They think of the joy that they may create but might not think on the road journey involved.Focus on the journey home as much as the final destination.Safe, safe motoring folksOur motoring correspondent Brian McDaid was a member of the Letterkenny Fire Service from 1985 to his recent retirement at the end of November past. He thanks the members of the Letterkenny Fire service for their kind words on his retirement, for his presentation of service certification by Asst. chief fire officer, Michael Scott and the presentation by Donegal Fire Fighters Association represented by Firefighter/ driver Michael Purtil. DD Motoring: A call for help in the middle of the night was last modified: December 7th, 2016 by Brian McDaidShare 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:brian mc daidCar Accidentdd motoringfirefighterroad traffic incident
URRIS GAA NOTESGAA Bingo- Every Thursday Night At 9pm In St Marys Hall Clonmany Everyone Welcome Match & Win for 21/06/2012 No jackpot winner last week this weeks will rise to €3,740.00 numbers drawn were 3,7,13,22 the €15 consolation prizes went to Sally McDonald Cross Clonmany, Melissa Kelly Glengad, Kathleen Houten Chapel Glen Clonmany, Christine McGonigle Cross Clonmany, Bernadette Doherty Tullagh.Club Meeting – This Wednesday 27th June at 9pm all members welcome. Supporters Bus to Ulster Semi Final DONEGAL v TYRONE on Saturday 30th June in Clones To Book Contact 0860523550.Upcoming Senior Fixtures: Sunday, July 1st the teams make the short trip to Buncrana for the start of the second round of matches; throw in for these matches are 1.30pm & 3.00pm.Underage Fixtures:The U16 boys are back in action again this Monday evening at 7.30pm in Straid where they will take on Muff in the quarter final of the Donegal Division 3 Championship; once again good luck to all the lads involved with the team.The U12 A & B teams are playing in the finals of the Inishowen Go Games competition on Tuesday evening in Muff – action gets underway at 6.30pm and for a third time good luck to all the boys and girls taking part there. The U12’s will also be taking part in a new 15 a side competition over the coming weeks and team mentors will give details of these games for the boys and girls.Cúl Camp 2012- dates and prices for this year’s Cúl Camp which are sponsored by Kellog’s have been announced. The Urris camp will run from Monday, July 2nd to Friday, July 7th inclusive.Prices are as follows: First child – €55, Second child – €45,Third and subsequent children -€40,Places can be booked online at https://secure.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/booking/ or alternatively by contacting John Friel on 086 0523550.Milford Bread- Jerseys for your club collect and return 20 milford sliced white or wholemeal pan wrappers to be in with a chance to win one of ten sets of Azzuri Jerseys for your club contact David for an entry form to send off your 20 wrappers 0860538537.Lucozade Club Challenge. The club is registered for the Lucozade Club Challenge and is asking club members and supporters to collect the tops off Lucozade Sport and Lucozade Sport Lite bottles. The club which can collect the most bottle tops over the next few months has the chance to win up to €10,000. Tops can be given to any club committee member or left in at Straid on match or training days. For more information check out the Club Challenge website.Underage Training Times -Under 14s Fridays at 5.30pm Straid David Hession. Under 16s Tuesdays 5pm Straid John Friel. U12s Friday 4pm Straid John Canny.U8 Boys & Girls Saturday at 11am Straid Susan McCarron & Sandra McGonigle.Club Merchandise – Contact Alan 0879029672.New Club Website www.urris.gaa.ie. Any items for the notes please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or text to Liz O’Neill on 0863858629 before 9pm on Sunday evening.GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS was last modified: June 24th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:GAA: URRIS GAA CLUB NEWS
DONEGAL’S under-resourced health service faces another struggle in 2012, Oireachtas members from the county were told by the HSE today.Letterkenny’s new Emergency Department will open at some stage – as we reported four weeks ago – but Sinn Fein deputy Padraig MacLochlainn says the future doesn’t look good for the rest of our services.He was speaking after a meeting with John Hayes, the HSE’s boss in Co Donegal. The meeting lasted five hours as politicians quizzed Mr Hayes.“The new wing at Letterkenny is near completion and there is some confidence that it will open later this year,” he said.“However there are real concerns over many of our local services particularly in relation to cardiology and cancer services.“The Letterkenny news is good and it is welcome, but there wasn’t much else today to lift the spirits.” Meanwhile donegaldaily.com has learned that management at Letterkenny General are taking measures to address the high level of sickness amongst staff.Figures show that 68 people are off from work at the hospital every single day, or 5.14% of staff.This was an increase on 2012 when 4.91% of staff were off every day. FINANCIAL CRISIS FACING DONEGAL HEALTH SERVICE was last modified: February 24th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)
MORE than 270 runners took to the line for the ever popular Kilmacrennan 5k.And the Grand Prix series event saw Jonathan Patton home in 16 minutes.Aidan Callaghan didn’t need his bike or his swimming togs as the 24/7 Triathlon man came in second. Kilmacrennan 5k 2013Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 170 16.00 Jonathan Patton SM Individual2 202 16.27 Aidan Callaghan SM 24/7 Triathlon 3 238 16.33 Cocin Watson SM Individual4 264 16.36 Paddy McDaid SM Letterkenny A C5 119 16.40 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C6 48 17.37 Hugh Gallagher SM 24/7 Triathlon7 105 17.46 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C 8 203 18.00 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon9 124 18.06 Pauric Breslin SM Individual10 128 18.07 Patrick John Boyce M40 Cranford A C11 229 18.07 Dayle Gallagher SM Letterkenny A C 12 25 18.13 Martin Kelly SM Individual13 167 18.17 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C14 274 18.18 Barry Coyle SM Individual15 217 18.22 Christopher Murray SM Cranford A C16 111 18.28 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford A C17 175 18.30 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C18 54 18.36 Seamus Doherty SM Letterkenny A C19 154 18.40 Joe Gallagher SM Individual20 190 18.44 Paddy Fox SM Cranford A C21 24 18.53 Michael Kelly SM Individual22 153 18.56 Gerard Devine SM Individual23 99 18.59 Shaun Boyce SM Individual24 246 19.00 Stewart MaGee SM Individual25 163 19.01 Darren Price SM Individual26 129 19.06 Paul O’Gara M40 24/7 Triathlon27 177 19.11 David Gordon SM Individual28 225 19.12 Martin McCabe SM Individual29 176 19.24 Brian Doherty SM Milford A C30 182 19.29 James McSharry SM Individual14 May 2013 Page 1 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 87 19.40 Raymond McGahey M40 Individual32 226 19.41 Jason King M40 Individual33 92 19.42 Peter Odonnell SM Individual34 247 19.44 Garvan Patterson SM Individual35 130 19.45 Damian McBride SM Milford A C36 116 19.46 Paul Cosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C37 189 19.46 Martin McGinley M40 Individual38 121 19.51 Tony Gallagher M40 Finn Valley A C39 166 19.56 Gavin Hunter SM Individual40 192 20.00 Ryan Shields SM Individual41 85 20.01 Adrian Heraghty SM Individual42 125 20.02 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A C43 31 20.03 Tommy McBride SM Individual44 93 20.03 Tony Odonnell SM Individual45 205 20.10 Paul Cullen SM 24/7 Triathlon46 239 20.14 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual47 171 20.15 John McFadden SM Individual48 108 20.16 James Gibbons M50 Milford A C49 8 20.17 Mark Hudson SM Individual50 53 20.19 Patrick Brennan M40 Individual51 82 20.22 Jo Doherty SW Individual52 235 20.24 Boyd Robinson SM Individual53 107 20.30 Gerard McGettigan M50 Milford A C54 267 20.34 Chris Taylor M40 Individual55 139 20.40 PJ Hagan SM Individual56 260 20.47 Paul McGettigan SM Milford A C57 91 20.48 Stephen Clinton SM Individual58 102 20.52 Gerard Dorrian M40 Individual59 137 20.53 Ray McGrory M40 Milford A C60 178 20.54 Richard Gordon SM Individual61 243 20.54 Adrian Gill SM Individual62 197 20.57 Stephen Mitchell SM Individual14 May 2013 Page 2 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 181 20.58 Mark Canning SM Individual64 278 20.59 Christopher McGlynn SM Individual65 265 21.00 Petter Boyce SM Individual66 164 21.00 Shaun McDaid SM Individual67 185 21.02 Mel O’Donnell SM Individual68 231 21.08 P.J Friel M50 Individual69 64 21.09 Martin McGarvey M40 Individual70 266 21.10 Phelim Lynch SM Individual71 152 21.18 Hugh Gallagher M50 Letterkenny A C72 248 21.19 Darren Lynch SM Individual73 97 21.22 Kevin McLaughlin SM Individual74 95 21.24 Paul Lee M40 Letterkenny A C75 96 21.25 Helen McLaughlin SW Individual76 211 21.26 Ollie Harvey SM Individual77 35 21.31 Kevin Greenen M50 Individual78 52 21.47 Mal Dunleavy M40 Individual79 232 21.50 Bef McDuz M50 Individual80 80 21.52 Jane McGinley SW Letterkenny A C81 254 21.57 Hugh Doyle SM Individual82 151 22.04 Shane McGinley SM Individual83 234 22.06 Noel McCormick SM Individual84 224 22.08 Gerard O’Donnell M40 Individual85 273 22.10 Joe Coyle SM Individual86 259 22.12 Noel Lynch M40 Letterkenny A C87 113 22.14 Fergal O’Gara SM Individual88 269 22.15 Noel Kilpatrick SM Individual89 207 22.17 Kevin Doherty M40 Individual90 174 22.18 Liam Gordon SM Individual91 155 22.21 Noel McBride M50 Individual92 1 22.22 James Doherty M60 Milford A C93 241 22.24 Ciaran McHugh SM Individual94 90 22.26 Caolan Irwin SM Individual14 May 2013 Page 3 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 169 22.29 David Mchale SM Individual96 193 22.29 Mark Bolton M40 Individual97 112 22.32 Shane Keaveney SM Individual98 10 22.33 Colette McElwaine SW Individual99 251 22.36 Nancy McNamee W40 Finn Valley A C100 71 22.40 James Whoriskey SM Individual101 215 22.47 Grainne McDaid SW Individual102 131 22.52 Eamon McCahill M40 Individual103 206 22.56 Shaun O’Donnell M50 Individual104 104 22.59 Christopher Odonnell SM Individual105 210 23.00 Ernie Polloct M50 Individual106 9 23.02 Michael Simms SM Individual107 186 23.08 Vera Haughey W50 Tír Chonaill A C108 208 23.11 Eugene McGinley M40 Individual109 18 23.14 Kieran Gallagher M40 Individual110 184 23.14 John Paul Gallagher SM Individual111 100 23.20 Micheal Harley SM Individual112 123 23.22 Paddy Gallagher SM Individual113 230 23.27 Alun McNulty SM Individual114 30 23.30 Suzanne McBride SW Individual115 213 23.47 Laura Elliott SW Individual116 66 23.56 John Hegarty SM Individual117 277 23.57 Con McMullen M50 Individual118 33 23.58 Joe McDaid M40 Individual119 220 24.00 Alaistair Hetherington M40 Individual120 74 24.07 John Burke M40 Individual121 283 24.10 Gerard McCready SM Individual122 216 24.11 Ciaran Sweeney SM Individual123 84 24.12 David Wasson SM Individual124 147 24.17 Alison Stoddart SW Individual125 240 24.23 Mark Farren SM Individual126 179 24.23 Lynette Morgan SW Milford A C14 May 2013 Page 4 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club127 117 24.26 James (blank) M40 Individual128 158 24.29 Aidan Kelly SM Individual129 4 24.31 Trevor Gorman SM Individual130 118 24.32 Sonia Doherty SW Individual131 63 24.34 John Pollock M50 Individual132 143 24.35 Fiona McLaughlin SW Individual133 218 24.38 Dessie McLaughlin M40 Individual134 172 24.40 Marc McGettigan SM Individual135 271 24.42 Chuck McDaid SM Individual136 142 24.45 Pat Sweeney M40 Individual137 62 24.50 Michelle Kelly W40 Individual138 83 24.54 Aidan McFadden SM Individual139 250 24.55 Mary Bond W50 Finn Valley A C140 187 24.57 Declan Doherty M40 Individual141 122 25.03 Philip Browne SM Individual142 188 25.08 Declan Friel M40 Milford A C143 270 25.15 Martin Toye M40 Individual144 261 25.16 Paul McCahill M40 Individual145 106 25.18 Micheal McGettigan M50 Ná Dúnaibh CLG146 60 25.19 Eilis McClafferty SW Individual147 160 25.20 Marie O’Reilly SW Individual148 258 25.23 Barry Tinney M40 Individual149 162 25.24 Agnes Ryan SW Milford A C150 3 25.40 Yvonne O Donnell SW Milford A C151 159 25.41 Grace Trearty SW Individual152 75 25.44 Aoife Murray SW Individual153 138 25.44 Mark Gildea SM Individual154 209 25.44 Rhona Wherity SW Individual155 51 25.48 Vicky Dunleavy SW Individual156 195 25.49 Tommy Naughton SM Individual157 198 25.49 Nigel Keown M40 Individual158 212 25.53 Ciamhe Wherity SW Individual14 May 2013 Page 5 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club159 61 25.55 Eithne Cox W40 Individual160 133 26.00 Norman Irwin SM Individual161 37 26.01 Adam McKinley M40 Individual162 161 26.14 Eleanor Trearty SW Individual163 201 26.15 Dermot McGettigan M40 Individual164 45 26.21 Eamonn Ferry M40 Milford A C165 279 26.24 Padraig McMullen SM Individual166 280 26.24 Catherina McMullen SW Individual167 191 26.30 Aiobheann O’Grady SW Individual168 245 26.31 Zara Heron SW Individual169 157 26.35 AnnMarie Darmody SW Individual170 156 26.35 Amanda Quinn SW Individual171 135 26.35 Carmel Doherty SW Milford A C172 136 26.35 Paula Cullen SW Milford A C173 214 26.41 Laura McCafferty SW Individual174 40 26.48 Yvonne McGlynn SW Individual175 22 26.54 Rosaleen Forde W40 Individual176 262 26.55 Brenda McCahill W40 Individual177 132 26.58 Maureen Doherty W40 Individual178 76 27.07 Eileen Duggan W40 Individual179 39 27.12 Bridget Friel W40 Milford A C180 56 27.13 Laird McKinley SM Individual181 65 27.14 Noelle McLaughlin W40 Individual182 57 27.15 Kelly McKinley SW Individual183 103 27.16 Carla Delaney SW Individual184 228 27.17 Marty Houston M40 Individual185 276 27.22 Ciara Crossan SM Individual186 223 27.24 Ian McClure SM Individual187 244 27.24 Richard Spratt SM Individual188 73 27.26 Conor Ferguson SM Individual189 101 27.31 Aodhan Dorrian SM Individual190 28 27.32 Suzanne Gallagher W40 Cranford A C14 May 2013 Page 6 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club191 109 27.40 Anne Doherty W40 Individual192 194 27.42 Joan Naughton SW Individual193 275 27.43 Jeremy Worth M40 Letterkenny A C194 146 27.46 Sharon Durkan W40 Milford A C195 23 27.47 Mary Doherty W40 Individual196 2 28.05 Ann Doherty W60 Milford A C197 242 28.07 Eileen Morning M40 Individual198 168 28.15 Alphie McHale M50 Individual199 41 28.16 Siobhan Barret SW Individual200 89 28.18 Martin McBride SM Individual201 88 28.22 Dylan McConnell SM Individual202 204 28.22 Colin Boyle M40 Individual203 173 28.24 Marie Meehal SW Individual204 44 28.31 Sabrine Spratt SW Individual205 120 28.32 Grainne Campbell SW Individual206 78 28.33 Maureen Gallagher W40 Individual207 237 28.38 Donna Thompson SW Individual208 256 28.54 Claire Murray SW Individual209 72 28.56 Aine Whoriskey SW Individual210 221 28.58 Sheral Hetherington W40 Individual211 68 29.00 Darren Gallagher SM Individual212 165 29.00 Stephen Roarty SM Individual213 252 29.05 Gretta Toye W40 Individual214 199 29.17 Josephine Burke W50 Milford A C215 34 29.22 Marjorie Russell SW Individual216 140 29.24 Melissa Hanlon SW Individual217 196 29.25 Maria Murray SW Individual218 67 29.29 Siobhan Hegarty SW Individual219 249 29.29 Yvonne Lynch SW Individual220 81 29.30 Michelle Doherty SW Individual221 69 29.39 Sylvia Byrne SW Individual222 253 29.45 Siobhan Carr SW Individual14 May 2013 Page 7 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club223 32 29.49 Rosaleen Doherty SW Individual224 282 29.53 Naisha Power SM Individual225 42 29.55 Rona McGlynn SW Milford A C226 43 29.57 Breegin Blaney W40 Milford A C227 58 30.01 Bried McDaid SW Individual228 70 30.02 Martina Kelly SW Individual229 55 30.18 Nora Doherty SW Individual230 180 30.25 Sarah McCarron SW Milford A C231 145 30.25 Sharon Hunter SW Milford A C232 257 30.28 Ann Marie Gibbons SW Individual233 14 30.34 Gerard Grant SM Individual234 59 30.35 Marion Kelly SW Individual235 46 30.39 Carol Ferry SW Milford A C236 183 30.41 Bronagh Tinney SW Individual237 98 30.45 Jemma Spratt SW Individual238 11 30.46 Martin Canning M40 Individual239 79 30.51 Annette Doherty SW Individual240 77 30.55 Katrina McDaid SW Individual241 272 31.05 Anne Gallagher W50 Milford A C242 281 31.06 Niamh Carr SW Individual243 47 31.07 Sharon Curran W40 Individual244 144 31.09 Lisa Toland SW Individual245 16 31.11 Linda Grant SW Individual246 200 31.14 Majella Orr SW Individual247 222 31.15 Rhonda Strain SW Individual248 148 31.18 Brenda Doherty SW Milford A C249 149 31.20 Maria Buchanan SW Milford A C250 38 31.22 Marie Lynch SW Individual251 126 31.27 Beda Doherty SW Individual252 127 31.28 Peter Doherty SM Individual253 134 31.29 Karina Gildea SW Individual254 255 31.45 Declan Black M40 Individual14 May 2013 Page 8 of 9Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club255 268 31.55 Mary O’Donnell W50 Milford A C256 227 31.55 Eileen Toye SW Individual257 263 31.57 Carmel Cavanagh SW Individual258 94 33.14 Lillian Lee W40 Individual259 15 33.19 Matthew Grant SM Individual260 20 33.28 Mary Gallagher SW Individual261 26 33.35 Catherine McGinley SW Individual262 49 35.09 Julie Murphy W40 Individual263 86 35.21 Rachel Callaghan W40 Individual264 21 35.26 Fiona McConnall SW Individual265 219 35.30 Cathy Holmes W40 Individual266 141 35.34 Claire Hyland SW Individual267 114 36.23 Sharon Kelly SW Individual268 115 36.23 Ellie Butley SW Individual269 29 36.40 Michelle Rankin SW Individual270 50 37.04 Anne Quinn SW Individual271 150 39.22 Catherine McCann W40 Milford A C272 36 40.04 Margaret Black SW Cranford A C273 27 42.46 Kevin McGinley SM Individual274 233 44.15 Margaret Orr W60 Individual275 19 47.39 Thomas Gallagher SM Individual276 12 50.40 Bridget Doherty W40 IndividualTotal Runners: 27614 May 2013 Page 9 of 9RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE KILMACRENNAN 5K? was last modified: May 14th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE KILMACRENNAN 5K?