It would have taken nothing less than a highly motivated team, with some very inspired players, a great tactical plan and perfect game-time execution for Jamaica College (JC) to turn the tables on St George’s College the way they did in the Manning Cup final. This is the kind of dynamic convergence that generally occurs when a team with superior individual talent gets beaten by a team with less individual quality. It was a lesson in tactical brilliance by coach Miguel Coley and the rest of the JC coaching staff. After getting clobbered by an embarrassing four goals to nil in the FLOW Super Cup final, JC could have easily lost confidence and surrendered the psychological advantage. Instead, their emphatic response was commensurate with their status as champions. I did an interview on radio with Coley on the eve of the final and asked him if he had a specific plan for the St George’s number 11? Coley, I thought, pretended not to hear the question, so I asked him again, do you have a plan for the highly rated Alex Marshall, who basically destroyed JC in the Super Cup final? Coley, this time, was deliberately evasive and expertly stuck to generalities while refusing to answer the question directly. It was obvious from then that a plan was indeed in place. Marshall shut down To nullify a dangerous striker, coaches generally employ one of two approaches: designate a man marker or cut off the supply line to the danger man. JC opted for the latter, and they did it brilliantly. Outside of the overall defensive discipline of the champions, as reflected in their tenacious tackling, marking and pressuring of the ball, the likes of captain Shevon Stewart and Gregory Messam Jr, the season-long supply line for the consistently brilliant Marshall, were rendered ineffective by the high-energy and aggressive JC ball-pressing in midfield, which left Marshall out of service and a mere spectator. At one point in the game, Stewart came over to coach Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell and the television microphone picked up the conversation as the skipper quietly complained to the coach about the effort of some of his teammates. Coach Bell responded by saying, talk to them, but don’t quarrel, just talk to them. Crucially, for the entire 90 minutes, St George’s were unable to conjure up any significant tactical response to the relentless aggression and efficiency of the JC approach. During coach Miguel Coley’s 100 per cent three-peat Manning Cup run at JC, one thing that they have done consistently is to peak and play their best football at the business end of the season. I have been cautiously sending out my warnings all year long that the wagon-filled STGC clan had better be wary of JC. On the STGC side, I did detect an uncharacteristic touch of overconfidence from a couple of the television interviews, and who could blame them really, after St George’s had so emphatically demolished JC two weeks before? Certainly, for the first time that I can remember in his illustrious coaching career, Bell was outcoached in a Manning Cup final. That picture of him kneeling to congratulate Coley said more than a thousand words, as one of the oldest lessons in sport was reinforced in the 2015 Manning Cup final: Never underestimate the heart of a champion.
Western Bureau:Arnett Gardens FC swept into third place in the Red Stripe Premier League, on the back of a Marcelino Blackburn double at the Frome Sports Complex yesterday.The defending champions came from behind to clip Reno 2-1 after Tyshan Hill had fired Reno into the lead in the 21st minute. Blackburn levelled the score with a header in the 47th minute then struck again in added time with a dipping left-footed free kick.The victory takes them to third in the table, joining Humble Lion on 26 points, and left the home team in mid-table with 22 points.”I am very pleased with the win, because we have been having trouble scoring lately. These are two wonderful goals from Blackburn, and the team definitely deserves the win,” stated Arnett Gardens coach Jerome Waite.The result has left Reno coach Michael Graham struggling for words, as he was clearly upset.”This was a game we should have won, but for the lack of concentration in the second half,” Graham said.”After scoring first, we were looking to get all three points but we faltered and they scored an unfortunate goal,” he said.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has vowed to personally intervene and ensure that justice is done concerning the rape and subsequent death of 12-year-old Ma Musu Fofana, which occurred on Sunday, January 18. Joined on Friday, January 23 by the Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister Julia Duncan Cassell, the President paid a special visit to the family of the girl at their Moulton Corner residence in Brewerville, outside Monrovia, to sympathize with them.“I am shocked that someone could be so wicked and devilish to the extent of raping and killing an innocent child in such brutal manner,” the President told the bereaved family. “I thought it was very important to come here and see the family myself. I am truly sorry and extend sympathy to the bereaved family for this loss.”Justice, in this case, according to the Liberian President, is not only against the perpetrator, but all those who one way or the other contributed to the death of the rape victim. These include various health facilities where she was refused treatment and some LNP officers who denied passage at a check-point of the vehicle that was conveying the victim for treatment.Ma Musu Fofana, the little girl, who many described as resourceful and full of potential, was on Sunday, January 18, brutally raped by 49-year-old Musa Kanneh, a man who many now described as a barbaric and evil minded.President Sirleaf assured the family that her government takes rape seriously and will leave no stone unturned in bringing perpetrators of rape – especially Kanneh – to justice. “I am awaiting the outcome of the investigation, which is ongoing. We will allow the police and the Justice Ministry to do their job, but let me assure you that the perpetrator of this wicked act will pay dearly in keeping with law,” she assured the family members.She pointed out that government is concerned about the roles played by different actors following the raping of the child and has requested the Ministry of Justice to probe the situation to facilitate informed actions. “We want to know why she was reportedly rejected by some health centers, and how it got difficult to get her to the John F. Kennedy Hospital in time. We want to know if other factors contributed to her death and who was responsible for those actions,” she indicated.The Liberian President also used the opportunity to sound a strong warning to would-be rapists that government is fed-up with their wicked behavior and would come strongly after rapists who are bent on destroying children young enough to be their own children. She then encouraged all citizens to see the fight against rape as everyone’s business and join in stopping the victimization of the many innocent children who are being abused and harmed.The biological mother, Massa Morris and stepfather, Emmanuel Morris, and several of the victim’s family members were on hand to receive the Liberian leader during the visit.The late Ma Musu’s aunt, Fatu Morris, who the child was staying with prior to her demise, briefed President Sirleaf on the circumstances that led to the raping and subsequent death of little girl and the difficulties encountered in trying to save her life.She informed President Sirleaf that both Redemption Hospital and Faith Clinic turned the patient away when she was taken there for treatment. She also highlighted the difficulty in getting the raped child to the JFK Hospital. “She is gone and we are now looking up to the government to give us justice,” Fatu Morris stressed.Other family members thanked President Sirleaf for her interest and visit and expressed the hope that justice will be done to the one who took the life of their young daughter.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Protesters demanding the immediate resignations of the Minister of Education and the Superintendent of the Monrovia Consolidated School System (MCSS) stormed the grounds at the Ministry of Education yesterday.The protestors were teachers who told journalists that they are demanding the resignations of Minister George K. Werner and Superintendent Benjamin Jacobs because Werner’s educational reform has failed, besides his dismissing teachers and that Jacobs’s educational qualifications are questionable.Spokesman Cyrus T. Kortu said the protesting teachers were from the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association, the National Teachers Association of Liberia, and other local teachers’ unions.Mr. Kortu said they are demanding Minister Werners’ resignation because of his role in bringing the Public Private Partnership (PPP) and the introduction of the Bridge Academies that he said lacks what it takes to reform the Liberian school system.‘’The Public Private Partnership is now collecting over L$3000 per student in the primary level and there are many unqualified teachers teaching our children,” Mr. Kortu said.According to him, Bridge Academies, the foreign private education company the government has outsourced the education system to, has no success story in all the countries it has served.Mr. Kortu is the president of the MoE Scholarship Program at the William V. S. Tubman College of the University of Liberia. He said Minister Werner lacks leadership skills and Supt. Jacobs lacks quality academic credentials to manage education in the country.Ms. Susan P. Nagbeh, a member of the MCSS Teachers Association, said once there is no satisfaction for everyone in all the sectors, including education, there will be no peace.‘’We will make sure that all government school teachers lay their chalk down until Werner and Jacobs resign,’’ Nagbeh said. “Many children are not going to school due to Bridge Academies’ policies which is a great violation of their human rights.”Responding to the teachers concern, acting Communications Director at the Ministry of Education, Mr. J. Shannor Goe, said the teachers are at liberty to express their feelings but should understand that Minister Werner is not the problem in the education reform process.‘’It is unfortunate that the teachers are demanding the resignation of the Minister. Minister Werner is working with specific mandates and if he should go it must be based on his violation of those mandates,’’ he said.Mr. Goe further said that reform is not a unilateral decision of Werner but the government in line with plans within the international best practices.He admitted that Bridge Academies failed in Kenya and Uganda but said “it does not mean they can also fail in Liberia.”On students not enrolled in school due to Bridge’s policy of having a minimum size of students in a classroom, Mr. Goe said the choice is for parents to send their children to other schools.The aggrieved teachers, who termed yesterday as day one of their peaceful protest vowed not to stop until Werner and Jacobs resign from their jobs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – UCLA starting junior center Lorenzo Mata limped toward the team bus. He wore a heavy jacket to combat the frigid temperatures and had an ice bag taped to his left hip. Bruins sophomore starting point guard Darren Collison sported a similar ice bag on his left shoulder, then explained why he didn’t play in No. 2 UCLA’s 70-65 loss to West Virginia on Saturday at the WVU Coliseum. With Collison out, freshman Russell Westbrook played a career-high 32 minutes. He went 1 of 11 from the field and scored four points. With Mata out, seldom-used sophomore center Ryan Wright saw action. Backup sophomore center Alfred Aboya played 26 minutes. “I want to play every game, but the best thing is to try and stay healthy for the near future,” Collison said. “I’m going to continue to do my rehab and treatment. I think the best thing was to stay out for this game.” Collison injured his shoulder in the second half Wednesday against USC. He tried to warm up Saturday but was scratched before the game. Mata said he awakened with a sore hip. It loosened up during pregame warumps, but tightened during the first half. Both players talked about heading back to UCLA to be treated for their injuries, and neither knew if they would be ready for this week’s trip to Arizona State and Arizona. The absence of both players put pressure on UCLA’s youth. West Virginia has a notoriously volatile crowd, led by the student section. During a mid-week game against rival Pittsburgh, the crowd taunted Panthers center Aaron Gray by chanting a term that is derogatory toward gay men. So, 80 minutes before Saturday’s tip-off, Mountaineers coach John Beilein addressed the students. He told them the school has made positive strides in changing its reputation the past few years and asked them to represent the school in a positive fashion. When the Bruins took the court for pregame layups, there was a quick chant of “U-S-A, U-S-A,” an obvious reference to a UCLA team with four foreigners. Alfred Aboya and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute are from Cameroon, Ryan Wright is from Canada and Nikola Dragovic hails from Serbia. email@example.com (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
I was driving my two oldest daughters to school in Whittier when the quake struck. I was traveling down Magnolia Avenue when all of a sudden, the trees on both sides of the street started bending as if they were made of rubber. The car was shaking as well. Then I remembered that my youngest daughter, age 10, was home alone. When I arrived home, she was shaken and crying. She told me that she was on the toilet when the house began shaking. Quite a day for all of us. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Maple group in Milford are looking to recruit a full-time administrative assistant with preferably one-year experience in the role. Location: Milford, Co DonegalReporting to: Office Manager:Job Summary Job Title: Administration AssistantAnswer, screen and forward incoming phone callsProvide basic and accurate information in-person and via phone/emailsKeep updated records.Inputting and checking delivery dockets against purchase invoices & processing queries with shop and suppliersHelp to maintain all relevant databasesPerform other clerical duties such as filing, photocopying and transcribingThe Ideal Candidate will have:Excellent communication skillsStrong computer skills to include MS Word, & ExcelThe ability to work as part of a team, have an organised approach to tasks and be able to on their own initiativeBenefitsFull training with be provided for this roleProgression within this growing companyFlexible working hours. Job Type Full-time – PermanentExperienceAdministrative: 1 year (Preferred)Salary: NegotiableHow to apply Send your C.V. to:Office Manager, Maple, Main Street, Milford, Co. Donegal, F92 YCP7, Ireland.Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgJob Vacancy: Maple group seek Administration Assistant in Milford was last modified: January 18th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:Administration AssistantJob VacancyjobsMaple group
PICO RIVERA – Fearing Pico Rivera could get caught with no regulations in place for medical marijuana dispensaries, the City Council has unanimously moved to put a temporary ban on any such facilities until it can establish rules for them. Already, the city has received several inquiries from parties interested in opening medical marijuana collectives, said City Manager Chuck Fuentes. Officials said they wanted to avoid a repeat of what happened three years ago, when an all-nude strip club opened for business within a small shopping center on Slauson Avenue near a McDonald’s restaurant, a school and a neighborhood of homes. At the time, the city’s zoning ordinances governing adult businesses prohibited strip clubs from opening anywhere in Pico Rivera except in areas zoned for commercial and manufacturing uses. City officials moved to shut down the club, but the owners of Imperial Showgirls sued Pico Rivera and won, arguing that the 23-year-old zoning restrictions were outdated and provided no place in the city where a strip club could open. “We want to be on more solid ground this time,” Fuentes said Wednesday, “with a zoning ordinance in place so \ can only open in certain parts of the city.” The council also is following the lead of Whittier’s council, which approved an ordinance in January that allows medical marijuana dispensaries but only in commercial and industrial zones, Pico Rivera City Councilman Ron Beilke said. Before approving the ordinance, the Whittier council adopted a moratorium on the dispensaries while the city’s attorney and planning staffers worked out details of the new regulations. “Given that Whittier has already walked this path, we want to do the same,” Beilke said. However, in Whittier’s case, its ordinance was adopted after a medical marijuana collective already had moved into a medical center, without the city’s knowledge. Because of that, the city had no choice but to allow the Whittier Collective to continue operating in the medical center location. Increasingly, smaller cities are finding themselves caught between the proverbial rock and hard place, having to choose whether to observe a state law that allows marijuana to be used for medical reasons – and with a doctor’s prescription – and federal law that makes its possession and use illegal. Some cities that have banned marijuana dispensaries based on federal law have found themselves facing lawsuits. Fuentes said, as far as he knows, no marijuana dispensaries now exist in Pico Rivera. According to the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws’ Web site, dispensaries exist in Whittier, Hacienda Heights, Long Beach and Anaheim, but there are none in Pico Rivera. With Tuesday’s directive from the council, officials now have 45 days to come up with zoning rules and other regulations for marijuana dispensaries. “We are going to come up with an appropriate policy using all the tools at our disposal to regulate such a facility, if it was allowed to exist,” said Fuentes. But Bill Britt, a member of the Whittier Collective and executive director of the Association of Patient Advocates, said the council’s action showed no compassion for patients who rely on marijuana for pain relief. “It seems like a last-ditch effort so they don’t have to comply with state law,” he said. “They know if they did an out-and-out ban, they could be sued.” Fuentes insisted that wasn’t the case. “We just want to do the right thing,” he said. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3028 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
McElhinneys receive their award in London!McElhinneys Department Store has been awarded Independent Department Store of the Year UK and Ireland at the Drapers Independents Awards.Martin McElhinney collected the prize at a prestigious event held in the Brewery Hotel in London this evening, Wednesday 17th September. It was the last award of the event as it is the most coveted and sought after award at the event.The Drapers awards winners are chosen by a panel of judges, most of whom are former winners, so the best fashion retailers in the country select the next generation of the best fashion retailers in UK and Ireland making it all the more special. The Oscars of the fashion retailing sector, the annual awards recognise the best fashion retailers in the UK and Ireland. McElhinneys beat off tough competition from many large retailers to be nominated as finalists, throughout the UK and Ireland.McElhinneys ability to continually adapt and react to the fast changing world of retail and fashion has ensured the success of McElhinneys Department Store. The launch of the website www.mcelhinneys.com in November 2012 has cemented their reputation as a true innovative and forward thinking retailer on a global scale.A lot has changed since the store won the award back in 2003, but a few things remain the same – like the exceptional customer service, the teams commitment to bring the people of the North West the most diverse and unique collection of Irish and International brands with exceptional value.John, Eileen and Martin McElhinney have expressed their sincere joy and excitement at winning the award. John says “It is testament to the team that has worked at the store over the last 43 years, this award is dedicated to them and all the hard work and dedication. A huge thank you to all our customers for their support and best wishes.” OWNERS PAY TRIBUTE TO STAFF AS McELHINNEYS SCOOP TOP FASHION AWARD was last modified: September 18th, 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)
LETTERKENNY AC’s Ivan Toner picked up yet another 5k title this evening, taking the tape at Raphoe Family Resource Centre 5k.But where did you come?All the results are below: Raphoe 5K15th July 2014PositionRace NumberTimeNameCategoryClub154216.04Ivan TonerSMLetterkenny AC267518.05James CrossanSMLifford AC357718.11Zachary McGowanJMDerry City Track Club463718.39Martin GormleyM40Letterkenny AC558518.49Conor CallaghanSMKillygordon Crossroads Running654519.22Maura KearnsSWDonore Harriers AC756319.27John TaylorM50858019.31Martin DunleavyM40Finn Valley AC960419.40Karol McGinleyJM1058619.52Shaun BoyceM401168120.02Patrick SweeneyJMLifford AC1261620.04James StevensonSMLifford AC1367420.08Francis GildeaSM1456920.09Michael McGowanSMFoyle Valley AC1552720.10Zak BrollyJMRaphoe Road Runners1664420.12Cathal MorrisonM401767620.15Denis BonerM40Rosses AC1859120.17Liam McHughM50Finn Valley AC1958120.19Seamus McCallionM50Foyle Valley AC2058420.19Eoghan McGillSMKillygordon Crossroads Running2158220.21Adrian McHughM402260620.22Breda McGintySW2354320.24Jane McGinleySWLetterkenny AC2454720.26Dominic CarlinM40Lifford AC2555920.27Sean O LearyM50Finn Valley AC2654820.30Aaron MooreSMLifford AC2762820.42Liam ClearyM40Lifford Fit4life2858820.42Philip KellySMLifford AC2964220.51Kevin GreenanM503059620.54Garrett McCarronSMLifford AC3154920.58Gerard CampbellM40Lifford AC3252521.00John SweeneySMRaphoe Road Runners3364321.01Lorcan PageSM3457621.11Martin MaileySMConvoy AC3567021.11Eimear GallenW40Finn Valley AC3657921.15Gabriel McCrossanM50Letterkenny AC3762021.17Ton BangertM603866221.25Garret McDermottSM3966121.27Sabrina MackeyW4024/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club4061821.28Seamus NallenSM24/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club4154021.28David McNultySM4255721.37Damian MurphySM4356221.49Patrick McNultySM24/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club4459021.59Patrick McDaidM40Lifford Fit4life4555522.09Patrick Foxy MartinM404657022.10Paul McNameeM40Lifford AC4753222.10Andrew LeightonM404854422.12Sam FaulknerSM4965022.17John McElwaineSMLifford AC5055822.18Mary HippsleyW45Finn Valley AC5154122.22Camilla McGranaghanSWCity of Derry Spartans5253722.27Laura MaguireW455361422.28Caroline McGuireW45Finn Valley AC5457822.30John HughesM505553122.31Eugene McGinleyM40Raphoe Road Runners5666622.35Ciara CrossanJW5756822.36Jackie HarveyW50Tír Chónaill AC5864122.37William DohertySMOwen Roes5960322.38Eugene McGinleyM406063822.40Eimear GormleySWLetterkenny AC6154622.49Luke NelisSMRaphoe Road Runners6257522.50Gerard BaxterSMRaphoe Road Runners6362522.57Don SmithM50Convoy AC6463023.03David WilsonSMDrumoghill Running Club6556723.04Vera HaugheyW50Tír Chónaill AC6658323.05Patsy McHughM406750323.08Joe GallenM50Lifford Fit4life6860523.16Gráinne HoustonSW6955023.16Darren ReidM40Lifford AC7060823.24Joe McNultySM7156423.25Gloria DonagheyW50Finn Valley AC7251623.26Michael Mc GlincheyM40Unattached7361723.27Clare MolloySW7464723.30John PorterSM7561523.32Jonny StewartSM7666323.32Denise McGahernW40Finn Valley Fit4Life7753423.35Jordan PageJM7851923.54Rachel BellSWRaphoe Road Runners7966424.00Marie McColganW40Finn Valley Fit4Life8065924.01Noel McNultyM50Lifford AC8162624.07Niall McGlincheyM40Convoy AC8253624.16Philip ConnollyM60Letterkenny AC8356124.20Brian DuffySM8463124.25Kevin HeffernanM40Lifford Fit4life8553324.28Fiona DeeneySWRaphoe Road Runners8662924.43Jonathan WilsonSMDrumoghill Running Club8758924.55Damien CaldwellM40Lifford Fit4life8851124.57Kathy Ann GibsonSWUnattached8961125.03Ray PorterSMD&G Group Training9067125.03Josephine DonagheySW9167325.22Eileen MorningW409257425.22Lisa KilpatrickSWRaphoe Road Runners9362125.24Marjan BangertW509460925.30Catherine McDevittSW9552625.30Corey BrollyJMRaphoe Road Runners9659825.32Terence QuinnM509751325.35Linda Mc BethSWRaphoe Road Runners9857125.39Bríd McConnellSWRaphoe Road Runners9957225.39Eamonn McConnellM40Castlefinn Running10052225.50Grace O DonnellSWUnited Health Group10159725.52Raj MehanSMRaphoe Road Runners10262326.21Joe BreslinM50Lifford Fit4life10352126.24Ian CrawfordSMUnited Health Group10463226.25Jim HynesM6010563926.27Lynn ParkeSWConvoy AC10661026.30Lorna GoudieSWD&G Group Training10755626.30Anthony LairdM50Raphoe Road Runners10862426.33Brid McCaffreyW45Convoy AC10966526.34Kerry RowanW40Finn Valley Fit4Life11066026.38Rose LynchSW11161926.38Majella McHughW40Drumoghill Running Club11253826.41Amanda HeeneyW4011356526.45Nicole MartinJWLifford AC11455127.13Bredge KellyW4011553527.14Enda SlevinSMRaphoe Road Runners11664027.16Shauna CoyleSWRaphoe Road Runners11752027.19Elaine ParkeSWUnited Health Group11852327.20Veronica KilpatrickW40United Health Group11958727.46Sinéad BoyceSWFinn Valley Fit4Life12067227.56Damian MonaghanM40Lifford AC12159427.57Samantha BovairdSW12250828.01Louise GoudieSWUnattached12368028.01Alice LynchW45Lifford AC12463328.03Yvonne CairnsW45Lifford AC12568328.18Andrea McGowanSWFinn Valley Fit4Life12662228.24Kay BonnerW50Convoy AC12750728.29Caroline Mc CurdyW45Lifford AC12863628.32Audrey ParkeSW12951028.35Melanie PearsonSWUnattached13065728.36Grannia McElhinneySW13164828.43Vause CoyleSMD&G Group Training13259928.47Gabriel ClarkeM50Lifford AC13363429.09Clement ClarkeM50Lifford Fit4life13450129.21Mary Mc GranaghanW40Raphoe Road Runners13552829.21Paul BrollyM40Raphoe Road Runners13666929.35Gary LynchJM13764929.49Olivia DullaghanSWKillygordon Crossroads Running13850929.54Rosalind NelisSWRaphoe Road Runners13951430.02Emma ConnaghanSWCastlefinn Running14056630.04Hannah McGettiganJWLifford AC14161230.08Bobby GoudieJMD&G Group Training14251530.09Tracy MatthewsonSWCastlefinn Running14365230.12Rory CraigJM14456030.19Masoud BakinM4014550630.19Aiden GallenJMUnattached14662730.26Lauren BovairdSW14763530.37Roisin McBreartySW14851230.39Ciara O’FlanaganW40Raphoe Road Runners14955230.42Leanne QuinnSW15055330.42Ashleen TempleSW15166830.51Rosaleen LynchW4015252431.08Naomi DarraghSW15360231.39Mark BonnerJMDrumoghill Running Club15459331.43Sinead McGranaghanW40Killygordon Crossroads Running15559232.06Eleanor McHughW4515660032.10Kate MullenW45Lifford Fit4life15760132.43Josephine DugganW50Drumoghill Running Club15865832.48Frances SpencerSW15953932.57Christine McCormickSW16060733.40Nuala AllanW50Raphoe Road Runners16165533.55Carole McGlincheySW16265933.55Noel McNultyM50Lifford AC16355434.21Richard KellyM60Derry City Track Club16457334.44Neil MeehanM40Lifford AC16561339.10Abby GoudieJWD&G Group Training16651739.10Laura Mc NultySWUnattached16751839.10Rhonda StrainSWUnattached16867740.37Lynette BarnettSW16967840.40Jean LairdW4017065142.35Liz McCarronW5017165342.35Catherine CraigW5017252945.00Veronica GibsonW4017353045.01T.J. GibJM17464647.41Joann DarraghSW17564547.42Laura DarraghJW17666756.17Sinead KellyW4017759556.18Harriet KilpatrickW50RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE RAPHOE COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE 5K? was last modified: July 15th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2014Ivan TonerRaphoe 5kResults