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Mavs rookie shows growth in 112-89 loss to Magic

first_imgMOST READ How to help the Taal evacuees Smith was coming off a back-to-back in which he scored 14 points on Wednesday night during a home win over Chicago. He played with much better pace Wednesday than in his debut and Thursday night he improved a little bit more in that area without starters like Dirk Nowitzki, Harrison Barnes and Wesley Matthews not even in the building.He converted two of four shots from 3-point range, and continued to show his great athletic range by driving to the basket and also soaring above Aaron Gordon and Nikola Vucevic for an alley-oop slam in the second quarter.“It was a great play call by Coach Hunt, that’s it,” Smith said of the alley-oop feed from Seth Curry. “He set me up how I need to be set up and Seth made a great pass.”MAGIC 112, MAVERICKS 89Aaron Gordon had 17 points and 10 rebounds, and Nikola Vucevic added 14 points in Orlando’s home preseason debut. Dallas’ Dennis Smith, the No. 9 overall pick in the June’ draft scored all 13 of his team-high points in the first half on a night when the Mavericks left most of their starters and veterans at home.ADVERTISEMENT DALLAS: The Mavericks brought a skeleton crew into Amway Center with several of the veterans and coach Rick Carlisle not making the trip on a preseason back-to-back. Starters Dirk Nowitzki, Wesley Matthews and Harrison Barnes did not make the trip along with veteran reserves Nerlens Noel, J.J. Barea, Josh McRoberts and Devin Harris. Carlisle did not make the trip because he was ill. Associate head coach Melvin Hunt stood in for Carlisle.ORLANDO: Rookie first-round draft pick Jonathan Isaac struggled in his home debut, converting just one of five from the field to finish with just two points, three rebounds and two blocked shots in 17 minutes. Recent Hall of Fame inductee and former Magic star Tracy McGrady sat courtside. … Forward Adreian Payne suffered a fractured left hand during Tuesday night’s practice. Payne is a two-way player for the Magic, who appeared in 18 games last season with Minnesota.UP NEXT: The Mavericks (2-1) are off until Monday when they will host Orlando. The Magic (1-1) will host the Miami Heat on Saturday night.NETS 107, HEAT 88Jeremy Lin scored 16 points and the Nets outrebounded the Heat 62-37 in their second straight preseason victory.Tyler Johnson had 21 points and nine rebounds for Miami, while Hassan Whiteside added 19 points and nine boards.HEAT: The Heat were a dismal 4 for 28 (14 percent) from 3-point range. … Erik Spoelstra started the same five (Rodney McGruder, James Johnson, Whiteside, Dion Waiters and Goran Dragic) as Miami’s preseason opener against Atlanta, saying that group asked for a second chance even though he felt they didn’t play well. … Dragic scored 12 points but fellow starting guard Waiters had two on 1-for-8 shooting.NETS: D’Angelo Russell scored nine points, going 4 for 14 from the field and 1 for 7 from 3-point range. … Reserve Sean Kilpatrick had 14 points and seven rebounds. … Rondae Hollis-Jefferson had 10 points and eight rebounds. Swingmen Caris LeVert and Allen Crabbe remained sidelined with ankle injuries.UP NEXT: Miami (1-1) visits Orlando on Saturday. Brooklyn (2-0) hosts New York on Sunday.TRAIL BLAZERS 106, RAPTORS 101 DAY6 is for everybody Dallas Mavericks guard Dennis Smith Jr. (1) dribbles by Orlando Magic guard Elfrid Payton (2) and center Nikola Vucevic (9) during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Willie J. Allen Jr.)ORLANDO, Fla. — Dallas Mavericks rookie Dennis Smith Jr. has the talent and physical tools to become a standout in the NBA.But right now, it’s about incremental improvement for the point guard selected No. 9 overall out of North Carolina State in June. He improved in playing with pace after his preseason debut this week and during Thursday night’s 112-89 loss to Orlando — with most of Mavs’ starting unit and all of the veterans remaining home for the second game of a back-to-back — Smith got a taste of running the show and calling his own plays.ADVERTISEMENT Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Brady throws for 303 yards, Patriots hold off Bucs 19-14 Damian Lillard led Portland with 16 points and eight assists in 26 minutes and CJ McCollum added 15 points. Kyle Lowry paced visiting Toronto with 23 points and had six assists in 25 minutes.TORONTO: DeMar DeRozan and C.J. Miles did not play. … Starting power forward Serge Ibaka struggled, scoring just two points on one of five shooting from the field and an 0-for-3 showing from 3-point range, while also adding four rebounds in 20 minutes.PORTLAND: Rookie power forward Caleb Swanigan impressed with an active night with six points, eight rebounds and six assists in 18 minutes off the bench. … McCollum was effective from 3-point range, converting four of six from beyond the arc. … The Trail Blazers outrebounded Toronto 47-38 on the night.UP NEXT: The Toronto Raptors (1-2) will host Detroit on Tuesday. The Trail Blazers (1-1) hit the road to face the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday.TIMBERWOLVES 111, WARRIORS 97Butler and Karl-Anthony Towns each scored 16 points in 26 minutes apiece for the Timberwolves in Shenzen, China. Durant scored 20 points in 25 minutes to lead Golden State.MINNESOTA: Power forward Taj Gibson is looking more with his new team after being reunited with Thibodeau, his old Chicago Bulls coach. Gibson scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds while showing the ability to become more of a “stretch four” in Thibodeau’s system. He hit one of two 3-point shots — not bad for a player who has attempted only 35 3s in his career and made only three last season. … Andrew Wiggins added 14 points on 5 of 11 shooting from the field.GOLDEN STATE: Curry hit three of six from 3-point range, as did Klay Thompson, who finished with 13 points in 24 minutes.UP NEXT: The Warriors (0-2) and Timberwolves (2-0) meet again on Sunday in Shanghai, China. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 Smith was able to get his teammates involved while also creating for himself plenty, finishing with 13 points, three rebounds and one assist in nearly 19 minutes during his third preseason game.“I’m very comfortable,” said Smith, who only played the first half. “At the end of the day it’s just playing basketball, making the right reads and things like that. I’ve been doing that for a very long time so I just have to keep coming out and learning the game and I will keep getting better.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogMavs associate head coach Melvin Hunt, who filled in for a sick Rick Carlisle on Thursday, said he most pleased with Smith’s growth in calling his own plays against Orlando.“I wanted him to get the feel of that responsibility and he did some great things. It was subtle,” Hunt said. “He did some subtle things that were big time. It’s fun watching him develop.” Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Rainy Season is No Surprise

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CBL Dedicates Rivercess’ First Bank

first_imgThe Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia, Dr. J. Mills Jones last Friday dedicated the first newly constructed, rural finance institution in Cestos City, Rivercess County.The establishment of the bank is a manifestation of CBL’s financial inclusion outreach to citizens residing in rural Liberia to make financial services as well as loans for market women more easily accessible.The new bank is under the management of the Afriland First Bank. The dedication program featured the presentation of certificates to 24 shareholders of that bank as well as the honoring of Dr. Jones by traditional leaders for his economic empowerment of Liberians.wPresenting the banking license to the chairman of the board of Rivercess Community Finance Institution (RCFI), the CBL Governor urged citizens to utilize the facility by banking their money and paying back money credited to enable others to benefit.Gov. Jones declared, “We have to make the lives of the people of Rivercess County better and simple economy says when you save you invest, adding “it is good to save your money for economic growth.'”The CBL Governor noted that the CBL and Afriland Bank have done it with the creation of the rural finance institution but it is the determination and hard work of the people that will bring growth and better their lives.For too long the people of Liberia have been poor and it is about time that something is done about this, said Gov. Jones. “We must do something for ourselves and get out of poverty and this can be done through hard work,” Gov. Jones told his audience.He further noted that poverty has been too long with the Liberian people that we cannot see it anymore because we are so used to it. “We must change this and if we have to move our country forward, you young people must learn the new trick because as the saying goes, ‘you cannot teach an old dog new tricks’, he stated.He said if Liberians continue to do things the same way, and things are not changing, then Liberians should do things the other way around for prompt transformation and results.The people of Rivercess County who turned out en mass from all corners of the county lauded Gov. Jones, the CBL and Afriland bank and promised to ensure that the institution remains a viable entity. They especially praised the CBL Governor for initiating the financial institution and extending the Village Savings and Loan Association (VSLA) initiative to their areas.Prior to the dedication, El-Tumu Trueh, head of microfinance and financial inclusion at the Central Bank of Liberia, said they are excited for the opportunity given them to work with Gov. Jones at the Central Bank where they have been challenged by him to do the right thing for the Liberian people.Mr. Trueh said he and his deputy were mainly challenged by the Governor to solve the many banking problems faced by the people of Rivercess.We at CBL believe that every Liberian should have access to banking services in the country, adding, the Governor told them it was not a matter of always identifying the problem but finding the solution to it and that was how the RCFI was built.According to him, the rural financial institution has two components; to bring banking services to the people, particularly in a county like Rivercess that has been denied banking services for a long period of time.“So, after being a territory and now a county, when you wake up Monday morning you will have a bank in Rivercess for the first time,” he declared.He said the bank is one hundred percent owned by the people of Rivercess County, especially for those who buy shares in it.Earlier, the president and CEO of the Afriland First Bank, Mr. Amadou Bayo told the people of the county that the establishment of the RCFI will solve most of their financial services there.    The Rivercess citizens especially noted that the opening of the RCFI would ease the problem of them having to go to distant areas such as Grand Bassa County or Monrovia to encash their salary checks and to utilize money transfer services such as Money-gram or Western Union.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Bishop Hart Wants Joint Christian, Muslim Fight against SGBV

first_imgRev. Dr. Jonathan B. B. Hart, Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Liberia, has called on Christians and Muslims to rise up and join the fight against Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) affecting girls and women which continues to plague society.Dr. Hart is also the Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa, president of the Inter-religious Council of Liberia and president of the Liberian Council of Churches (LCC).Addressing a news conference in Monrovia on Tuesday, Bishop Hart noted that since the end of the 14-year civil crisis in Liberia, there has been a remarkable increase in violence against women and girls. According to Bishop Hart, violence against women and girls such as beatings, rape and deprivation of basic essentials are common in the country, and as such, he called on Christians and Muslims to join the advocacy and spread the SGBV message. According to the Bishop, the Ministry of Gender was adding its voice to the global campaign by launching the 16 Days of Activism campaign. He therefore called on stakeholders including the Episcopal Church of Liberia Relief and Development (ECLRD) to join the international campaign. ECLRD is an independent faith-based relief and developmental agency established by the Episcopal Church of Liberia to empower local communities to fight poverty, and advocate against violence perpetrated on women and girls.“We are calling on all Christians and Muslims to help government in the fight against SGBV because they are the ones who control huge congregations,” said Bishop Hart.He said to support the observance of the government-led 16 Days of Activism, ECLRD will collaborate with the Ministry of Gender and other GBV actors in Grand Cape Mount County to carry out some aspects of the campaign with concentration in the Garwula, Tewor and Gola Konneh Districts.The Bishop said the campaign will focus on advocacy, under the theme, “Safe Spaces and Education for All,” and carry out a massive awareness and sensitization campaign in the GBV program’s targeted communities.Bishop Hart further disclosed that the official launch of the 16 Days of Activism will be held simultaneously in Montserrado and Grand Cape Mount Counties.Following the launch in Robertsport, he said, the ECLRD will work in collaboration with the Gender Ministry to conduct awareness activities at the administrative seat of each of ECLRD’s program districts on specific dates. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

More on the 2009 Federal Budget

first_imgThe budget forecasts are not positive for this year, however, with Flaherty projecting a 2.7 per cent decline in economic growth — even lower than private sector predictions.But he is predicting a quick rebound for next year and 2011. A 40- (b) billion-dollar, two-year package to stimulate the faltering economy, and personal income tax cuts highlight the Conservative government’s life or death fourth budget.But the moves won’t come cheap.Finance Minister Jim Flaherty projects Canada will run up a massive total deficit of almost 85 (b) billion dollars over five years — wiping out most of the national debt repayment Canadians have managed over the past decade.- Advertisement -Flaherty is mainly targeting low- and middle-income Canadians with 20 (b) billion dollars in total tax relief over this fiscal year and the next five years, more than half of that in income tax reductions.There is also a new, one-time home renovation tax credit of up to one-thousand-350-dollars in an effort to get people spending and create demand for construction jobs, and another 300 (m) million for home energy retrofits.There are also changes to Employment Insurance, including a freezing of premiums and a five-week extension in benefit payments — both good for two years.Advertisement And there is more retraining for unemployed workers.There will also be options explored to allow self-employed Canadians to qualify for maternity and parental benefits under the E-I program.Flaherty is also taking steps aimed at giving Canadian consumers and businesses more access to credit — including a 12- (b) billion-dollar fund to help support the financing of equipment and vehicles.The government is also moving to thaw the frozen credit market by investing another 50 (b) billion in the Insured Mortgage Purchase Program in the hope banks will make that amount available for loans.Advertisementlast_img read more


first_imgMORE than 300 runners took part in Tuesday’s Scoil Mhuire Ramelton 5k – with Danny Mooney way ahead of the pack.Danny crossed the line in 14:47.See how you did below: 1.1080Danny MooneymSM14:47,92.425Paul Mc GlincheymSMLetterkenny A.C.16:00,43.397Ivan TonermSM16:00,94.129Kevin LoguemSMCranford16:11,65.310Daniel HanniganmSMLAC16:20,06.422Paddy RyanmSMFinn Valley A.C.17:03,07.423Anthony DohertymM40Milford A.C.17:21,98.272Ben CarrmB1617:22,99.431Mark DivermSMLetterkenny A.C.17:24,310.395Curly CoylemM4017:35,411.444Eoin KellymSMCranford A.C.17:47,412.440Colly O DonnellmM40Letterkenny A.C.18:04,413.398Marcus Mc ClintockmM40Letterkenny A.C.18:11,914.400John O DohertymSM18:12,515.413James DonagheymM40Convoy A.C.18:21,616.477Joe GallaghermM40Milford A.C.18:32,917.415Ciaran O DonnellmM40Letterkenny A.C.18:39,918.406Paul CosgrovemM50Letterkenny A.C.18:42,119.171Daniel HewettmSMMilford Ac18:48,120.393Dennis WhoriskeymB1618:56,621.430Paul LynchmM40Letterkenny A.C.19:12,522.150Kieran MurraymSMMilford AC19:22,823.311John HughesmM50LAC19:25,924.478Eoin SheehymM40Milford A.C.19:29,325.476James WhoriskeymSMMilford A.C.19:36,226.471Paddy Mc AteermSM19:43,927.403Sinéad PeoplesfSWLetterkenny A.C.19:45,328.269Richard Mc NeillmM40Milford A.C.19:50,029.394John WhoriskeymSM20:06,230.441Paul SweeneymM40Letterkenny A.C.20:08,831.259Jonathan HendersonmSM20:12,232.404Irene Mc FaddenfSWLetterkenny A.C.20:15,433.442Stephen CunninghammSM20:21,734.462Paul Mc GuckinmM40Milford A.C.20:31,435.159Darren MurraymSM20:46,436.438Manus PeoplesmM5020:48,737.267Diarmuid CoylemB1621:06,138.392Sean Og FoodymSM21:18,839.475Danielle Mc NameefSW21:26,940.412Richard RaymondmM60Letterkenny A.C.21:29,541.323Eamonn KerrmM40Scoil Mhuire21:38,942.459John FeealtymM5021:47,743.307Hugh GallaghermM60LAC21:49,244.501Jordan Mc DaidmB1621:50,045.135Joe Mc LaughlinmSM22:02,446.405Margaret ShielsfW40Letterkenny A.C.22:03,647.195Paul GordonmM40Ray Men22:06,448.429James DohertymM60Milford A.C.22:10,549.445Jimmy Mc BridemM60Letterkenny A.C.22:15,350.473Joe CoylemSM22:17,951.257Frank Mc GettiganmB1622:34,552.128Billy Mc MahonmM50Ray Men22:37,553.421Brian DuffymM4022:46,254.179Seamus SweeneymM4022:51,555.450Seamus Mc AteermM40Ray Men on The Run22:54,656.485Boyle CiaranfM5022:55,057.466Craig VeitchmM4023:01,158.474David FishermSM23:04,959.399Sam FaulknermSMRun For Fun Letterkenny23:07,560.376Joseph CaseymM5023:16,861.140Nell MeagherfSWGlenswilly23:25,462.164Nakita BurkefSWLAC23:26,863.443Tony Mc NultymSM23:28,264.125Ben BradleymSM23:40,565.130Frank Mc TaggartmM40Milford AC23:42,366.439Agnes RyanfW40Milford A.C.23:42,767.500Pat Mc KennafW40Letterkenny A.C.23:43,468.337Tamara BlaneyfSW23:49,769.472Nancy Mc NameefW50Finn Valley A.C.23:51,370.260Susette BorlandfW5024:00,771.268Conor CoylemSM24:11,072.308John O’GormanmM40Milford AC24:12,273.489Noel Mc BridemM5024:13,274.373Darragh McDaidmSMScoil Mhuire24:18,175.379Fiona BlaneyfW4024:26,876.427Ronan IrwinmB1624:27,277.495Marian DooganfSW24:31,878.201Brenda Mc CahillfW40Scoil Mhuire24:34,379.172Edward DivermM50Ray Men24:35,480.428John WardmSMMilford A.C.24:36,281.271Mary BondfW50Finn Valley A.C.24:37,282.494Danny DooganmM40St Marys24:50,383.123Con DuffymSM24:51,884.327Jim McCahillmM50Scoil Mhuire24:52,585.126Edan BradleymSM24:52,986.329Jack MaileymSMScoil Mhuire24:54,087.322Eamonn (jun) KerrmSMScoil Mhuire25:01,388.432Derek EdwardsmM50Ray Men on The Run25:12,189.334Oran OkanemSMScoil Mhuire25:13,390.336Cormac OkanemM4025:13,791.167Daire FennellmSMScoil Mhuire25:14,692.455Eddie SweeneymM60Ray Men on The Run25:23,593.284Corney GildeamB1625:44,694.359Conor CoffeymB1625:44,995.378Mary WheelerfSW25:47,996.309Eileen O’GormanfW50Milford AC25:49,297.401Darren SweeneymSMScoil Mhuire25:58,398.350Keeva AllisonfG1626:06,399.190Paul Mc CahillmM4026:07,8100.341Calagh O DonnellmB1626:08,1101.165Brian FennellmM5026:18,3102.388Michael KerrmB1626:20,8103.389Lorraine KerrfW4026:21,9104.488Paul BuchannanmM40Ray Men on The Run26:22,0105.456Keeley BoylefG1626:29,6106.122Bernie O DonneyfW40Milford26:33,8107.258Danielle HendersonfSW26:37,6108.377Martin JohnstonmM5026:53,7109.335Malachy OkanemSMScoil Mhuire26:59,8110.482Ciara JohnstonfSW27:01,6111.380Molly WheelerfG1627:09,3112.161Killian Mc FaddenmSMScoil Mhuire27:15,2113.320Odhran McGroartymSMScoil Mhuire27:17,9114.458Ciaran BoylemSM27:18,8115.321Alex KerrmSMScoil Mhuire27:25,7116.131Sinead Mc TaggartfW40Milford AC27:28,1117.325Ciara MaileyfSWScoil Mhuire27:34,8118.339Niamh O DonnellfG1627:35,2119.194Dermot FrielmSM27:35,6120.371Martin McDaidmSM27:35,8121.479Denis SheridanmM50Milford A.C.27:37,4122.149Nicola LaughlinfSW27:38,8123.367Martin Mc FaddenmSM27:50,9124.170Chloe CoylefSWScoil Mhuire27:55,6125.424Emily IrwinfG1627:55,9126.124Mark BradleymM4027:56,3127.181Dave SheridanmB1627:59,0128.180Brendan SheridanmM4027:59,0129.366Sarah Mc FaddenfSW28:09,8130.452Jason MurraymB1628:10,4131.141Eimear ConnollyfSWScoil Mhuire28:11,9132.287Sophia Gorney JunfG1628:13,6133.283Cathy Mc GowanfSW28:13,6134.351Conor AllisonmB1628:19,8135.273Calvin GallaghermB1628:24,1136.365Bradley CoylemB1628:26,0137.175Charlie MartinmSM28:26,9138.176Sara MartinfSW28:27,1139.490Ann Marie GibbonsfSW28:28,5140.340Kyra O DonnellfG1628:30,3141.454Shane MurraymB16Scoil Mhuire28:31,4142.496Martina MurrayfW4028:33,1143.492Carmel CavanaghfSW28:33,1144.420Emily HartefG1628:36,1145.306Orla SullivanfSWScoil Mhuire28:46,7146.146Senan QuaillemSMScoil Mhuire28:48,8147.253Celine CallaghanfG1628:50,0148.277Louise WallsfSW28:50,5149.417James HartemB1628:50,8150.196Barbara LaszcziwfSWScoil mhuire28:51,8151.449Sean CrawfordmM4028:59,5152.502Dylan Mc DaidmB1629:02,0153.178Suzanne BoganfSW29:02,9154.370Lee PattersonmSMScoil Mhuire29:04,1155.469Hilary MoorefW40RAY Women on The Run29:12,9156.448Jessica CrawfordfW4029:17,3157.261Daniel BorlandmM5029:31,8158.154Lorcan SweeneymSMScoil Mhuire29:33,7159.487Mark BuchannanmB1629:43,9160.481Callum O DonnellmB1630:30,6161.368Michael Mc FaddenmB1630:33,8162.390Chloe BoycefG1630:41,0163.144Blaithin QuaillefSWScoil Mhuire30:49,8164.369Conor Mc FaddenmB1630:50,4165.169Abbie CurranfSWScoil Mhuire30:50,6166.483Michael Mc FaddenmSM30:54,8167.416Mary O DonnellfW50Milford A.C.30:54,9168.419Jean HartefW4030:56,8169.328Sinead McCahillfSWScoil Mhuire30:58,2170.127Mairead Mc FaddenfW4031:11,2171.396Desmond BrownliemM6031:12,5172.386Chloe KerrfG1631:18,6173.157Mia FerryfSWScoil Mhuire31:20,3174.319Cara McGroartyfSWScoil Mhuire31:27,9175.451Patricia MurrayfSWMilford A.C.31:37,0176.434Hayley DavisonfSW32:00,7177.156Natasha BoycefSW32:04,4178.465Tayna BoylefSW32:13,6179.387Kiera KerrfG1632:36,7180.305John Martin McFaddenmM40Scoil Mhuire33:09,3181.189Kai CorcoranmSMScoil Mhuire33:17,2182.143Orlaith ConnollyfSWScoil Mhuire33:18,6183.463Claire DurningfSW33:21,6184.187Linda CrearandfSW33:31,0185.266Enda BoycemB1633:36,1186.265John BoycemSM33:36,8187.332Frans Du RandtmSMScoil Mhuire33:38,9188.333Joon Du RandymSM33:45,8189.486Martin BuchannanmB1633:56,5190.391Kate McGeefW6034:09,3191.468Kyrah Mc FaddenfSW34:13,9192.414Katie ConnollyfG16Scoil Mhuire34:20,3193.192Bridget FrielfSW34:34,9194.173Declan BlackmM4034:35,0195.384Zak McDonnellmB1634:43,5196.385Gareth McDonnellmSM34:43,5197.197Yana LaszcziwfSWScoil Mhuire34:47,3198.407KaylafG16Scoil Mhuire34:50,2199.409Demi DunworthfG16Scoil Mhuire34:51,4200.433Jackie EdwardsfW50RAY Women on The Run34:52,1201.354Caolagh GrimesmSMScoil Mhuire35:09,5202.193Claire FrielfSWScoil Mhuire35:17,2203.353Blanaid GrimesmM4035:18,7204.198Catalina LaszcziwfSWScoil Mhuire35:46,5205.426Nicola IrwinfG1635:47,4206.435Judith SmithfW40Castlefinn Running35:48,9207.453Rebecca MurrayfG1636:01,4208.145Laoise QuaillefSWScoil Mhuire36:18,2209.457Gemma BoylefSW36:36,2210.303Kathleen McFaddenfSWScoil Mhuire36:41,7211.301Roisin McFaddenfW40Scoil Mhuire36:45,6212.330Taryn Du RandtfW4036:46,5213.331Isabella Du RandtfSWScoil Mhuire36:46,9214.491Lorcan CavanaghmB1636:54,9215.467Orla Mc ClearyfG1637:22,2216.315Afric GrumleyfSWScoil Mhuire37:23,1217.344Hannah PattersonfSW37:23,3218.163Michael Mc FaddenmSMScoil Mhuire37:34,4219.162Pamela Mc FaddenfSWScoil Mhuire37:34,7220.480Carri MatthewsfSW37:45,2221.166Fiona FennellfW4037:56,2222.263Conor BoycemB1638:26,0223.255Shannon ByrnefG1638:37,7224.304Daniel McFaddenmSMScoil Mhuire38:58,1225.185Jay DevinemSMScoil Mhuire39:06,8226.402Amanda BroganfSWScoil Mhuire39:09,4227.183Mary DillonfSWScoil Mhuire39:09,7228.374Conal DivermB1639:34,7229.375Marian KerrfW4039:36,5230.347Susie DiverfSWScoil Mhuire39:37,5231.160Katie Mc FaddenfSWScoil Mhuire39:38,5232.182Josie GallaghermM6039:48,8233.345Alanna PattersonfSWScoil Mhuire39:54,7234.363Joon Du RandtfSW39:55,9235.317Rosa GrumleyfSWScoil Mhuire39:58,0236.361Jenny DurningfG1640:50,2237.342Oisin FrielmSM40:52,0238.147Eilish Crawford QuaillefW40Scoil Mhuire41:29,4239.148Ronan QuaillemM40Scoil Mhuire41:34,3240.134Joanne CoylefSW41:35,5241.184Aengus KennedymM4041:53,5242.200Susan O HanlonfSW41:57,9243.411Nadia DunworthfSW41:59,5244.410Loraine AyresfSW41:59,9245.288Senán GorneymSM42:42,8246.286Sophia GorneyfSW42:53,9247.285Christian GorneymSM43:05,4248.132Marie Mc FaddenfW5043:10,6249.264Margaret HamiltonfW6043:10,8250.133Kevin Mc FaddenmM5043:11,1251.382Linda SweeneyfSW43:15,6252.186Taylor KanefSWScoil Mhuire43:25,3253.139Angela Mc GinleyfW4043:30,5254.460Mae Mc CarronfG1643:40,6255.142Aine ConnollyfSWScoil Mhuire43:40,8256.275DiárefG1643:41,3257.136Stephen ConnollymM40Scoil Mhuire43:56,8258.188Vicky KanefSW44:07,6259.381Colin SweeneymSM44:49,5260.493Molly DooganfG16St Marys44:56,6261.199Chloe Mc CormickfSWScoil Mhuire44:57,1262.270Jack CoylemB1645:15,8263.137Liam DuffymSMScoil Mhuire45:15,9264.346Katie PattersonfSWScoil Mhuire45:20,0265.279Maura MuirfSW46:15,7266.280Hannah HunterfSW46:16,5267.281Sharon HunterfSW46:16,7268.418Barry HartemSM46:25,2269.254Aoife CallaghanfG1646:31,8270.153Grace SweeneyfSWScoil Mhuire46:32,0271.316Mary GrumleyfSWScoil Mhuire46:32,2272.151Beth Mc FaddenfSWScoil Mhuire46:36,9273.499Bernie HaugheyfSW46:42,3274.484Nana Mc FaddenfSW46:43,1275.302Emma McFaddenfSWScoil Mhuire46:58,0276.282Lucas GillmSM47:01,7277.446Cian CrawfordmB1647:15,4278.461Claire Mc CarronfG1647:22,1279.497Elizabeth HaugheyfG1647:22,4280.362Caiteln CoylefG1647:33,6281.343Eileen PattersonfSW47:35,2282.383Mary BrownefSW47:35,3283.349Martina DiverfW4047:42,3284.348Joe DiverfW4047:42,9285.274Paula MartinfSW48:46,9286.276N.N. DerokfSW48:46,9287.352Aoife AllisonfSW48:47,2288.464Dagm O ConnellmB1648:51,5289.191Mark FrielmSMScoil Mhuire49:33,5290.256Ellie DuffyfG1649:52,8291.278Molly PyperfG1649:53,6292.355Chris CurranmSM50:32,9293.356Debbie CurranfSW50:32,9294.155Aleah DeeryfSWScoil Mhuire51:16,2295.152Anna Mc FaddenfSWScoil Mhuire51:22,7296.338Naoise O DonnellfG1651:42,6297.168Aibhe FennellfSWScoil Mhuire51:44,6298.357Ellie ByrnefG1652:47,8299.158Elaine FerryfSW52:58,4300.252Mary CallaghanfSW52:58,4301.436Ella KhaviafG1654:41,5302.251Eleanor HaugheyfG1654:42,5303.498Katherine HaugheyfG1654:42,5304.437Áine GallagherfG1654:43,0305.470Samantha Mc FaddenfG1654:43,2306.358Libby CurranfG1655:53,9307.138Miriam DuffyfSWScoil Mhuire56:02,0RESULTS: HUGE TURN-OUT FOR SCOIL MHUIRE RAMELTON 5K was last modified: June 8th, 2016 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:2016Ramelton 5kScoil Mhuirelast_img read more

Southampton on brink of losing star man to Ajax

first_img targets LIVING THE DREAM targets three-way race RANKED LATEST TRANSFER GOSSIP ON TALKSPORT.COM Dusan Tadic is on the brink of completing an £18million switch from Southampton to Ajax, according to reports.The playmaker is currently on World Cup duty with Serbia, and looks set to move back to the Eredivisie when he returns from Russia. TOP WORK Chelsea confident of beating Man United and Liverpool to Sancho signing IN DEMAND The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Tadic has 55 caps for Serbia, scoring 13 times Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January 1 Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father REVEALED Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer moving on Tadic, 29, spent four years in the Netherlands with Groningen and FC Twente before joining Southampton in a £10.9m deal in 2014.According to Sky Sports, Ajax are now on the verge of agreeing a deal with Saints, who are looking to complete the £16m signing of Basel‘s Mohamed Elyounoussi as a replacement.The Serb is reported to have told Southampton he wants to return to the Eredivisie this summer after a disastrous season for the club, which ended with them scraping survival in the Premier League.Tadic has been one of Southampton‘s key players ever since joining, with 23 goals in 162 appearances in all competitions, but now looks set to be the latest key player to leave St Mary’s in recent seasons. LATEST Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland last_img read more


first_imgDDTV WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Santa Claus has been spotted in Co Donegal, can reveal.Footage exclusively obtained by us clearly shows the bearded old man from the North Pole being driven on the back of a carriage.We understand the footage also includes Dominic Coyle, from Ashtree Stables at Coole, outside Milford.Sources say Mr Coyle was taking Santa to see children at the Green Acres centre near Convoy where excited members of the Riding for the Disabled Association of Ireland. “Yep, that was him all right,” said one source close to Mr Coyle.“He’s been taking Santa to see the kids there for years, but this is the first time video footage has emerged to prove it.”We understand Santa is set to make a return to Donegal this Saturday night.* Have you seen Santa? Send your pix or videos to DDTV WORLD EXCLUSIVE: SANTA SPOTTED IN COUNTY DONEGAL was last modified: December 22nd, 2011 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:ASHTREE STABLESconvoyMilfordSANTAlast_img read more


first_imgMary Donnelly, Sinead McDevitt and Seamus McDevitt from Fintown and Ramelton arrived early for the match today between Donegal and Louth in Ballyshannon. Picture by Brian McDaid from Cristeph Gallery.DONEGAL FANS ARRIVE EARLY TO SUPPORT THEIR TEAM ‘LOUTH’ AND CLEAR! was last modified: March 30th, 2014 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:BallyshannondonegalLouthlast_img

Model charged in theft

first_img 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 MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake Information obtained from a search of Peele’s home resulted in the second felony charge being filed on behalf of an Orange County man who used his card at a modeling agency where Peele was employed. Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 VALENCIA – Model Beverly Peele, whose face and figure have graced magazine pages and runways for designers Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan, Prada and Versace, was charged Wednesday with using stolen credit cards for some $10,000 in purchases to furnish her Saugus home. She is accused of buying furniture, large appliances, bedding and decorative items using credit cards that were in a wallet Peele found in a local supermarket and returned to the owner, a Valencia resident, sheriff’s detective John Howard said Wednesday. “The victim who lost the wallet started getting charges on her credit cards,” Howard said. “She found out from one of the stores where they shipped the items and recognized the address as where she went to retrieve her wallet. Then she called us to report it.” Peele was booked Monday at the Santa Clarita sheriff’s station where she remained in custody Wednesday. She was charged with two counts of grand theft by access card. She did not enter a plea at Wednesday’s arraignment, where a Jan. 5 hearing was set to review her $20,000 bail. last_img read more