Outside the home, the UDA has seen the door in February, scoring two goals to Huesca (Villalba and Darwin), although these barely served to tie the particular goal difference to the Oscense team, and one in Soria (Juan Muñoz) to fish a point. Almeria has got stuck in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, where they have only defeated Oviedo in the last five games, falling in three of them.Overall, the rojiblancos have left thirteen of the last fifteen points in play in the competition, with Gutierrez being in the pillory. In the scoring aspect highlights the surprise of the category, Darwin Núñez, with a dozen goals, by the eight of Lazo and the seven of Juan Muñoz. Almeria has scored 21 goals in the Mediterranean and 25 as a visitor. Almeria is the top scorer without a goal. Taking a look at the figures of the classification, stand out the 46 goals of the set of José María Gutiérrez, who leads the table of top scorers with wide difference, adding four goals more than Zaragoza, seven more than Mirandés and eight more than Girona and Cádiz. However, the rojiblancos are drought in the Stadium of the Mediterranean Games, which He has not celebrated a goal from his team since January 16 when Darwin Núñez materialized his double against Oviedo.Since then the Almeria team does not get wet in his fief, which has caused him to leave the leadership (the defeat against Elche caused the Cádiz to be placed in second position) and that the direct ascent to the five units moves away. Those of José María Gutiérrez claudicated against Elche (0-2) and Racing (0-1), matching last Saturday in the soporific match against Fuenlabrada.
His four boots have distributed 40 goals, adding more goals than most First teams. More concretely, Only Barça (81) and Deportivo (42) have more goals than Barça attackers. The Galician team also pursues him on the scoreboard table. Peke, front of the Coruña team, is the third top scorer and the closest is to threaten the Barca domain, although it is six goals below Jenni and Oshoala. The blue and white team will also be a rival tomorrow in the Cup, where it wants to impose its revelation condition by assaulting the impregnable Johan Cruyff. At stake will be the pass to the semifinals of the k.o. The Catalan team is alive in all competitions, with half a league title in the pocket, nine points behind Atlético, and in the Champions League and Copa de la Reina quarters. Barça dominates all the records of this First Iberdrola. Among its strongest point is the goal, with a strong presence in the ranking of top scorers in the League. In the ‘top ten’ of this ranking three Barca names appear: Oshoala (20), Jenni Hermoso (20) and Alexia (10).In total, 50 targets among the three players, with more predominance of the first two. Nigerian and Spanish, who already won the pichichi in the previous season, have innate the gift of the goal. If it is not one, it is another, but the goal in the Catalan team is secured with them. Their goals generate admiration and also a healthy nibble in the locker room. It remains to be seen who of the two is more tuned until the final whistle of the season.
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Every day is a challenge and as young people we need to prepare for it, train for it and test for it. With the advent of the digital media and other emerging technology, the world is becoming smaller, young people are interacting more and understanding what is specific to our culture, what is universal and making peace a choice becomes important.The first half of this year has been hectic and has revealed the importance of traveling to various countries as well as interacting with groups of young people from diverse cultural groups. A thing which stands out when interacting with people is the natural default to terrifying, violent and chaotic state. According to Andrew Solomon a Professor of Clinical Psychology and an author of the book “Far and Away”, Travel is both a window and a mirror. The need for multiculturalism and the promotion of fundamental human rights, freedom, equity and justice is a choice that our new global development agenda should pursue. As young people, we need to do extra in order to conquer dispassionate quest for violence and violent extremism. In Liberia, given the outpouring of support for a violent free elections campaign and elections in 2017 as well as the growing number of civil societies engaging in peace programmes, we have an inspired, talented and diverse youth workforce eager to work on peace and security projects. While the potential for violence remains given the potent mix of poverty, high level corruption, ritualistic killings, mob violence and pursuit of religious ideology and young people around the country do not have access to building blocks for sustainable peace; making peace a choice for young people becomes critical. There is an urgent need to reach young people with facilities and resources that would support their engagement and subsequent commitment to sustainable peace in Liberia.Conflicts, violence and violent extremism in societies are inevitable- it is the result of choices that we make as individuals, as a society and as a nation that makes all the difference. Peace to us at Messengers of Peace-Liberia is a choice and one that everyone should make.The blue print to sustainable peace is clear, everyone-including Government, Non-Governmental Organizations, International Donor Community and the Private Sector should make strong commitment to a set of guiding principles that promote peace. First is the investment in human social security, the meaningful involvement, engagement and active participation of young people in peace and security programmes. We need to put in place systems for early warning and support outreach programmes for peace.While in The Hague, I met with several groups of young people who agreed to making peace a choice and advancing the cause of global peace. It was a privilege to learn from them and to share my experience on peace advocacy in Liberia and across the world. The momentum for global peace has gained a new urgency as the world grapple with airport bombings and insurgency. We must play our part to ensure peace. The choice is ours as young people to make.Until next week, when we continue our dialogue among Peace Messengers-What young people say is their recipe for peace, it is Peace First, Peace above all else. May Peace prevail on earth!Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Just last Thursday, on the heels of our Editorial calling on Liberian churches to undertake the prophetic ministry against the growing, widespread corruption in government, the National Christian Council of Liberia showed up at the House of Representatives to pray for the Speaker and anoint him with holy oil.First question: how much theology (the Study of God) or church history do these bishops and pastors who showed up at the Capitol know?Second question: What did the prophet Nathan do when God sent him to confront King David with his sins of murder and adultery – the treachery of having Uriah, one of his elite warriors, killed in battle in order to take the soldier’s wife? Third question: What did Prophet Elijah do in the face of the wicked King Ahab and his equally wicked wife Jezebel, who served Baal, in violation of the very first commandment? Did Elijah anoint the king and his wife with holy oil, or did he do as God had instructed: confront them with their sins of coveting, murder and idolatry?The only rebuke (reprimand) we heard from the so-called prophets at the Capitol last week was against the masks displayed on its walls, which the prophets described as “demonic.” What did the prophets prefer to see, works of Picasso, the Spanish painter? Do they realize they were rebuking Liberian art and culture?No, the so-called prophets had nothing to say against the legislators’ blatant corruption, selfishness and failure to seek the interest of the Liberian people; rather, the “demonic” masks. How hypocritical and cowardly can the so-called Christian Council be?Did any of them ask any of the legislators to give an account of their stewardship as the people’s representatives? Did the so-called prophets ask the Speaker where he got the money from to build his mansions in Margibi? Did they ask him any questions about his alleged involvement in the Global Witness allegations, or the US$75,000 he allegedly received in bribes to circumvent Liberian law?No! The “prophets” had no concern about the corruption, misuse and abuse of power and the failure of these so-called “people’s representatives” to truly do the people’s business. Instead, the “prophets” proceeded to anoint the Speaker with holy oil, with absolutely no concern for his misdeeds.When, on the other hand, the prophet Nathan confronted David, the king immediately confessed his sin and went into sackcloth and ashes as a mark of penitence. How much penance did Speaker Tyler do?In the Western world, particularly England, where the Magna Carter gave birth to parliamentary democracy, the immediate thing for a public official found in or even suspected of corruption or failure of policy is to resign. That is what British Prime Minister David Cameron did immediately after he lost his referendum on Britain remaining in the European Union recently. That was the most honorable thing for Speaker Alex Tyler and all the other sitting officials mentioned in the report, including Senator Varney Sherman, to have done immediately after they were indicted following the allegations in the GW report. If not resignation, then at least a temporary leave of absence until their names were cleared of wrongdoing. Pray tell us, what have these Representatives and Senators done for the Liberian people since 2006 but enrich themselves, many of them building big houses that they had never built before? They did this with money collected from approving agreements, bills and treaties, submitted by an equally corrupt Executive, and other illicit gains.Our legislators, members of the first branch of government, have totally ignored the sacred principle of separation of powers enshrined in the Liberian Constitution. They have instead entered an unholy alliance with the Executive, doing its bidding at almost every turn in return for financial gain.Even the Judiciary has to be careful, lest it falls into the claws of the overweening (haughty, presumptuous) Executive. See what happened last week when the Supreme Court remained silent on an Act of Legislature, prompted by the Executive, that the High Court KNOWS to be unconstitutional. In an earlier Editorial, this newspaper asked whether Chief Justice Francis Korkpor had the courage to stand up to the Executive, as did Chief Justice Louis Arthur Grimes in 1934 in the case Republic of Liberia vs. P.G. Wolo.It was only two Justices, Phillip Banks and Jamesetta Wolokollie, who issued a profound Dissenting Opinion against the majority, led by the Chief Justice, with his colleagues Kabineh Jan’eh and Sie-A-Nene Youh. This seemingly audacious attempt by the Executive to control the Legislature AND the Judiciary takes us squarely back to the Tubman days, and True Whig Party (TWP) dictatorship.Why does Ellen want to leave such a legacy? Has she forgotten Lord Acton’s immortal dictum, that “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely?” Has she also forgotten the lesson the TWP learned the hard way?Which enlightened leader would want to leave such a legacy? We know of only a few.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
It was once touted as a shining example of US investments in Liberia and the willingness of foreign businesses to invest in Liberia. Moreover, it was purported to be an investment by famous black entrepreneur and millionaire, Bob Johnson, and, for this reason, according to the government of the day, there was virtually nothing worth more its weight in gold than the Bob Johnson investment.It promised jobs for Liberians, a healthy infusion of cash into the Liberian economy and above all, the opening of new windows of opportunity for local investors. In this scheme of things, there was nothing so sacrosanct that could not be sacrificed to accommodate Bob Johnson’s investment. Soon it became known that the government of President Sirleaf had selected no other spot other than the site hosting the National Cultural Center, home of Liberia’s National Cultural Troupe consigned by former President Sirleaf to a most unkind fate.There were promises, lofty promises indeed that the National Cultural Center would have been relocated to a choice spot reflecting a truly rural setting, epitomizing the total of our cultural diversity. But that was not to be and those lofty promises would remain promises only. But, the National Cultural Center was destroyed to make way for the Bob Johnson hotel and with it, the death of the National Cultural Troupe, an institution that had made Liberia proud, winning a medal at the 1966 All African Arts and Cultural Festival in Algiers, Algeria as well as the 1978 Festival of African Arts and Culture(FESTAC) held in Lagos, Nigeria.There was hardly any official foreign visitor to Liberia who was not treated to a full menu of traditional Liberian arts and culture. Thanks to the farsighted wisdom of President William V.S. Tubman the National Cultural Center was erected and a National Cultural Troupe organized. President Tolbert had continued in his stead and stood out in this regard as a genuine promoter of Liberian culture. This newspaper holds the view that never in the wildest imagination of President Sirleaf’s predecessors had they ever pondered the destruction of the National Cultural Center to make way for a hotel.Whatever may have motivated former President Sirleaf to destroy the National Cultural Center to accommodate a hotel remains a subject of much speculation. Suggestions were at the time rife about the involvement of the former President in the Bob Johnson hotel investment. According to sources, the sister of the former President, at a point in time, exercised a lot of leverage at the hotel which according to them was highlighted during investigations surrounding the mysterious killing of Harry Greaves.Whatever the case may have been, it is clearly obvious that the destruction of the National Cultural Center and the relegation of its artists, dancers, folklorists, traditional drummers etc., to a status of virtual oblivion has rendered immeasurable harm to the national psyche. Attempts by the past government to mitigate the harm by substituting the National Cultural Dance Troupe with that of the privately owned Cultural Ambassadors had only added insult to injury.President Sirleaf is now history but the damage she inflicted continues to haunt the nation; for a people without culture is like a tree without roots. Her actions spoke of contempt, utter contempt for traditional Liberian values and culture. No sooner had she left the Presidency, she returned to sporting chic western style outfits rather than the traditional style outfits including her trademark larger than life headgear which the public had grown accustomed to seeing.Chapter II, Article 5 b of the Constitution under the caption, “General Principles of National Policy” states “The Republic shall preserve, protect and promote positive Liberian culture, ensuring that traditional values which are compatible with public policy and national progress are adopted and developed as an integral part of the growing needs of the Liberian Society.” That the past government miserably failed to respect and in fact disrespected this provision of the Constitution is plain and clear.The destruction of the National Cultural Center is a clear example of such disrespect to the Constitution. Few and just a few would for example argue against the fact that the National Cultural Center served as a great repository as well as a disseminator of our diverse cultural values and heritage. The onus is now on President Weah to correct this anomalous situation. The restoration of the National Cultural Center or the erection of a National Center for Arts and Culture should be considered an exigency.The negative effects of the prolonged civil conflict have had a devastating impact on traditional values and culture. Disrespect for elders, hardly known in traditional society is gradually becoming a norm amongst the nation’s youth today. This is indeed a disturbing trend that needs to be checked and one way in which it can be done is to impart new values through arts and culture and through activities people can more easily identify with. As many have observed, today’s youths tend to have easily frayed nerves and are prone to very violent tendencies.Many grow up in environments plagued by violence and crime and infested with dangerous drugs where unemployment is rife. But, as hopeless as the situation may appear, we must yet remain hopeful as a people. Our forward march into history will be meaningless without a sense of history of who we are and from where we come. Culture is one vehicle and perhaps remains the most viable tool to undergird, guide and enhance the growth and development of the requisite national social consciousness required for nation building.The reconstruction of a National Arts and Cultural Center together with the reformation of the National Cultural Dance Troupe should be considered a national priority. President Sirleaf, miserably failed in this regard as such matters, it appeared, concerned her in the least. President Weah, unlike his predecessor, has his roots in the ordinary people. He also has their unflinching support and will sure stand by him if demonstrates he is worthy of such implicit trust and confidence. This is why he must rebuild the National Cultural Center and reorganize the Liberian National Cultural Troupe.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
PICTURES OF THE WINNERS: COMÓRTAS PEILE NA GAELTACHTA 2011 was last modified: June 7th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:PICTURES OF THE WINNERS: COMÓRTAS PEILE NA GAELTACHTA 2011 Comórtas peile na Gaeltachta 2011 i gCloich Cheann Fhaola:Naomh Mhuire from Annagry were crowned Junior Champions and CLG Chlioch Cheann Fhaola Senior Champions after a superb weekend tournament.Also the Bridin Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh from Gaoth Dobhair won the Cailin Caelach.
Finn Valley AC Spring Series 2015 Race 3: 08/03/2015￼￼￼￼Position Race No. Finish TimeName Club/Group￼1 955 16.52 MARK MCPAUL FVAC ￼2 332 17.39 DERMOT MCELCHAR FVAC￼3 367 17.46 RYAN PORTER FVAC￼4 915 17.51 JOHNNY CANNING FOYLE VALLEY￼5 944 18.25 ANTHONY DOHERTY MILFORD AC ￼6 971 18.26 PAT HEGARTY FVAC￼7 902 18.56 EUGENE GALLEN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼8 331 19.10 GERARD DEVINE INDIVIDUAL￼9 972 19.16 SEAN CROSSAN FVAC￼10 341 19.18 COLM MCELWAINE INDIVIDUAL ￼11 322 19.29 MANUS MCBRIDE INDIVIDUAL￼12 301 19.33 PETER MCMENAMIN INDIVIDUAL￼13 930 19.40 GARVAN BOYCE FVAC￼14 933 19.42 ADRIAN GILL INDIVIDUAL ￼15 958 19.48 RUAIRI MCLAUGHLIN KCR￼16 335 19.53 MICHAEL GALLAGHER KCR￼17 912 20.00 SARAH DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL￼18 357 20.10 SHAUN BOYCE INDIVIDUAL￼19 945 20.16 RITCHIE DUNCAN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼20 371 20.33 MARK MCCAFFERTY FINN VALLEY LEISURE￼21 313 20.41 ADRIAN DEVINE CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼22 959 20.46 EAMONN CONNOLLY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼23 997 20.55 STEPHEN LONG CONVOY AC￼24 344 20.56 KEVIN MCGUIRE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼25 404 20.59 GARY NEELEY SWANLINGS￼26 347 21.09 LEE SMYTH CONVOY AC￼27 920 21.17 MARK CONNOLLY INDIVIDUAL￼28 408 21.23 CONOR GLACKIN INDIVIDUAL￼29 351 21.31 BRIAN ODONNELL INDIVIDUAL￼30 401 21.37 DECLAN MCHUGH INDIVIDUAL￼31 391 21.42 SEAN TONER CONVOY AC￼32 986 21.46 AIDAN KELLY SWANLINGS￼33 407 21.47 CORMAC GLACKIN INDIVIDUAL￼34 950 21.49 SHANE DEERY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼35 960 21.51 SEAN MCMENAMIN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼36 951 21.58 DARRELL BROGAN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼37 982 22.00 NOLEEN SCANLAN INDIVIDUAL￼38 321 22.06 FINTAN OHAGAN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼￼39 990 22.09 KARIN DUFFNER FV FIT4LIFE￼￼40 402 22.16 EVAN LONG INDIVIDUAL￼41 304 22.17 CARMEL MCBRIDE KCR￼42 314 22.18 GERARD GALLAGHER FVAC￼43 355 22.24 RYAN GALVIN FVAC￼44 928 22.29 ELLEN KEEGAN INDIVIDUAL￼45 943 22.30 SEAMUS FALLS AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼46 395 22.31 BRYAN MCMULLIN TIRCONNAIL AC￼47 366 22.32 DECLAN CARLIN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼48 389 22.34 PATRICK GLACKIN INDIVIDUAL￼49 949 22.34 AMANDA MCBREARTY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼50 316 22.35 JAMES LAIRD CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼51 356 22.36 SHAUN ODONNELL SWANLINGS￼52 911 22.40 MARIA BOYLE FV FIT4LIFE￼53 940 22.45 IMELDA GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL￼54 376 22.49 DAVID BLAIR KCR￼55 343 22.51 JAMES MCGUIRE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼56 375 22.54 LISA PATTERSON KCR￼57 337 22.59 WESLEY MCKANE FVAC￼58 974 23.00 PAUL GALLEN KCR￼59 919 23.00 CARL HOUSTON CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼60 324 23.11 SAMANTHA WILSKINSON AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼61 306 23.12 LIAM MCMULLIN INDIVIDUAL￼62 939 23.16 MARY GALLAGHER INDIVIDUAL￼63 938 23.16 SEAN MCDEVITT INDIVIDUAL￼64 970 23.18 EUGENE BOYLE CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼65 901 23.20 EAMONN DIVER INDIVIDUAL￼66 963 23.22 SINEAD MCCONNELL CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼67 315 23.26 STEPHEN MCCRORY INDIVIDUAL￼68 334 23.30 CAROLINE MCGUIRE FVAC￼69 983 23.36 MICHAEL MCMENAMIN FVAC￼70 305 23.37 CLARA CARROLL FV FIT4LIFE￼71 987 23.39 JOEY OLEARY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼72 992 23.40 SHARON HAMILTON AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼73 948 23.42 ELAINE MCGOLDRICK CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼74 962 23.43 ANTHONY GALLAGHER CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼75 374 23.48 PAT BYRNE KILLYBEGS AC￼76 333 23.49 AINE MCELCHAR FV FIT4LIFE￼77 981 23.52 MICHAEL DOHERTY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼78 922 23.53 RAMONA GALAGHER FV FIT4LIFE￼79 394 23.57 GARETH DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL￼80 956 24.00 PADDY DOHERTY INDIVIDUAL￼81 370 24.02 JOHN MCELWAINE LIFFORD AC￼82 913 24.03 GLENDA KELLY KCR￼83 993 24.05 JAMIE LOGUE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC JNR￼84 910 24.06 JOSEPH CASEY INDIVIDUAL￼￼85 327 24.07 MARIE MCATEER INDIVIDUAL￼￼86 326 24.07 CAROLINE MCELWAINE INDIVIDUAL￼87 946 24.07 LISA DOHERTY FV FIT4LIFE￼88 937 24.08 EVELYN MCGEEHAN FV FIT4LIFE￼89 329 24.20 MARTINA CARR INDIVIDUAL￼90 328 24.21 PATRICK CARR INDIVIDUAL￼91 312 24.27 MARIE MCCOLGAN FV FIT4LIFE￼92 954 24.28 BERNIE CROSSAN FVAC￼93 924 24.31 ADRIENA MCGLINCHEY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼94 350 24.33 DAVID MCHUGH AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼95 961 24.36 SABRINA SPRATT CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼96 921 24.37 MARCELLA MCBRIDE CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼97 941 24.39 LAURA WHITEDUNCAN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼98 908 24.40 FRANCES CAIRNS CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼99 964 24.41 EAMONN MCCONNELL CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼100 397 24.43 SARAH BYRNE FVAC￼101 957 24.49 GORETTI MARLEY FV FIT4LIFE￼102 380 24.50 BERNIE MCGUIRE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼103 345 24.51 MARTIN ANDERSON AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼104 932 24.51 BARRY GALLAGHER FVAC￼105 330 24.59 ALISON STODDART INDIVIDUAL￼106 399 25.00 SEAMUS LYONS INDIVIDUAL￼107 994 25.06 EMMA LAWRENCE CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼108 354 25.11 SEAN BONNER CONVOY AC￼109 926 25.13 BRENDAN MARTIN KCR￼110 372 25.16 BILLY BRODERICK KILLYBEGS AC￼111 303 25.18 CORA HARVEY FV FIT4LIFE￼112 387 25.19 EMMA SPEIGHT FV FIT4LIFE￼113 925 25.19 NATASHA WHITE CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼114 346 25.20 ROBERT BUCHANAN CONVOY AC￼115 931 25.22 GAYNOR HINDLEY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼116 923 25.23 HELENE MCMENAMIN FV FIT4LIFE￼117 390 25.27 LAWRENCE CHAMBERS INDIVIDUAL￼118 999 25.33 MARY HARPER CONVOY AC￼119 323 25.34 MARIE DUFFY FV FIT4LIFE￼120 336 25.39 SEAN GORMLEY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼121 984 25.42 SINEAD MCMENAMIN-COLLINS CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼122 979 25.42 SHANE COLLINS INDIVIDUAL￼123 318 25.49 MARTIN TEMPLE INDIVIDUAL￼124 965 26.02 LISA FERGUSON FV FIT4LIFE￼125 325 26.04 SIOBHAN MURRAY BRADY FV FIT4LIFE￼126 985 26.11 SEAN DOHERTY MELVIN￼127 369 26.26 CATRIONA MCGEE FV FIT4LIFE￼128 385 26.32 CONOR MURPHY FVAC￼129 942 26.33 SONYA ODONNELL FV FIT4LIFE￼130 403 26.35 MARTIN LANGAN CONVOY AC￼￼131 953 26.45 DECLAN LYNCH CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼￼132 384 26.51 PATRICK MURPHY FVAC￼133 975 27.00 AIDEN GALLEN INDIVIDUAL￼134 914 27.09 DANIEL GALLEN INDIVIDUAL￼135 381 27.20 KERRY ROWAN FV FIT4LIFE￼136 365 27.35 PETER MACKEY INDIVIDUAL￼137 352 27.49 ROISIN BROGAN CONVOY AC￼138 317 27.57 CHRISTINE BARRON FV FIT4LIFE￼139 310 28.00 SIOBHAN FRIEL CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼140 980 28.03 MARGARET DOHERTY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼141 309 28.06 GARY FRIEL CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼142 359 28.12 ELIN GALLEN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC JNR￼143 935 28.29 SELINA RUSSELL FV FIT4LIFE￼144 393 28.33 MAUREEN MCBREARTY RUN FOR FUN￼145 392 28.33 MARY MCBREARTY RUN FOR FUN￼146 989 28.41 NICOLA KEE KCR￼147 988 28.49 TRACEY MATTHEWSON CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼148 934 28.50 PAULETTE OLEARY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼149 320 28.55 BERNADETTE MCMENAMIN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼150 349 28.57 RONAN MCHUGH AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼151 342 28.59 CHANTELLE MCELHINNEY FV FIT4LIFE￼152 917 29.06 ANNEMARIE MCMENAMIN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼153 916 29.09 EMMA CONAGHAN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼154 339 29.20 YVONNE WAUCHOPE MELVIN￼155 991 29.23 DENISE MOSS AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼156 973 29.26 SINEAD MCGRANAGHAN KCR￼157 363 29.28 SAMANTHA REID AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼158 379 29.34 BARRY DUFFY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼159 995 29.52 NOREEN MCKELVEY KCR￼160 368 29.52 CHARLIE DOHERTY KCR￼161 361 29.59 EAMONN GRIFFIN INDIVIDUAL￼162 353 30.00 KEVIN MCHUGH AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼163 378 30.00 AMANDA DUFFY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼164 977 30.14 CONOR COLLINS AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼165 906 30.14 CATHERINE MORRIS CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼166 302 30.17 CLEMENT CLARKE LIFFORD FIT4LIFE￼167 976 30.20 SINEAD COLLINS AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼168 307 30.30 LAURA HEGARTY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼169 998 30.31 ANN STRAIN CONVOY AC￼170 360 30.41 BETTY GALLEN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼171 978 30.42 MATTHEW COLLINS AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼172 382 30.43 JIMMY GILDEA LAC￼173 952 30.53 TRACEY MCMENAMIN AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼174 348 30.54 AVRIL LARKIN INDIVIDUAL￼175 308 30.55 LAWRENCE DOHERTY CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼176 936 31.00 EDEL NEELY FV FIT4LIFE￼￼177 966 31.07 DENISE FERGUSON FV FIT4LIFE￼￼178 927 31.10 SIOBHAN KEEGAN INDIVIDUAL￼179 929 31.15 MARY GRIFFIN INDIVIDUAL￼180 362 31.20 KAREN BURKE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼181 918 31.41 YVONNE BOYLE FVAC￼182 400 31.53 SHAUNA LYONS INDIVIDUAL￼183 364 31.54 HEATHER MONTGOMERY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼184 903 31.59 KATE MCCORKELL CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼185 338 32.01 GEMMA PATTON MELVIN￼186 383 32.04 EMMA MURPHY FVAC￼187 905 32.05 MICHELLE MORRIS CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼188 386 32.06 AISHLIN MURPHY FVAC￼189 358 32.54 BRID GALLEN FVAC￼190 907 33.28 NIAMH QUINN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼191 909 33.33 OONAGH QUINN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼192 377 34.10 PATRICIA OBRIEN KCR￼193 373 34.10 FRANCES WILSON KCR￼194 319 34.45 JONATHAN MITCHELL INDIVIDUAL￼195 405 35.10 CILLIAN GLACKIN INDIVIDUAL￼196 904 35.16 ELAINE LANGAN CASTLEFINN RUNNING￼197 969 35.17 MAGS GILLESPIE FV FIT4LIFE￼198 968 35.17 EIMEAR BYRNE FV FIT4LIFE￼199 406 36.12 TINA GLACKIN FV FIT4LIFE￼200 340 36.24 WANDA PATTON MELVIN￼201 388 37.55 MARY PENROSE AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼202 396 37.56 PATRICIA LUCAS FVAC￼203 967 39.12 ROSEMARY CONNOLLY AGHYARAN ATHLETIC￼204 996 40.18 EDDIE MCHUGH INDIVIDUAL￼205 398 41.10 RONAN RODDY FVAC￼￼￼￼No. Finishers 205￼￼￼Finn Valley AC Spring Series 2015 Team Challenge(Women first 10 to score, Men first 8 to score)￼￼￼￼TEAMS (women) Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Total￼￼FV Fit4Life 1102 1093 793 2988￼￼Castlefinn Running 1207 1082 887 3176￼￼Aghyaran Athletic 1677 1429 1280 4386￼￼KCR 1597 1299 1500 4396￼￼￼￼TEAMS (men) Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Total￼Castlefinn Running 376 367 332 1075￼Aghyaran Athletic 1000 390 301 1691￼KCR 957 1000 1000 2957￼￼RESULTS: FINN VALLEY AC SPRING SERIES RACE 3 was last modified: March 8th, 2015 by John2Share 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So, if we’ve got it straight, and if the McCourts can still say it with a straight face: This is Dodger baseball? How, without even thinking of asking for FEMA’s help, do loyal fans sit and watch a kid with a wi-fi laptop single-handedly muck up a storied franchise while its current MLB-approved caretaker is scurrying to find Gary Coleman in hopes of having him float a loan? Are we to assume that the bottom line to this whole mess was that Jim Tracy simply wasted too much time actually trying to win games with Hee-Seop Choi, Yhency Brazoban, Jason Phillips and some “Think Blue” essay winner named Brian Myrow instead of focusing all his efforts studying the philosophical ways of Plato DePodesta? After being told by DePodesta that he wasn’t up to speed on everything, do you think Tracy regrets not having upgraded from dial-up to DSL? What efforts will the Angels make, sooner than later, about getting that Rally Monkey off their back? So how’d you grade that offseason version of shortstop musical chairs with Eckstein, Cabrera and Renteria switching from the Angels, Red Sox and Cardinals? How much does Pete Rose have down on the Black … er, White Sox going all the way now? Does it make any sense for the Cardinals and Padres to even battle for a possible Game 4 Sunday at 1 p.m. when their Game 3 tonight doesn’t start until 8 p.m.? Did Vlade Divac fall over in surprise when he found out the Lakers cut him? Where were the TV cameras when Kenny Rogers was cleaning out his Rangers’ locker for the last time? What are the odds that the NFL has strongly discouraged any network from airing commercials for the Al Pacino/Matthew McConaughey flick “Two For The Money” during their broadcasts this weekend? What is Mitsubishi thinking by forcing a new mid-sized truck on the public called the Raider? Did you happen to read the review of this thing in Consumer Reports, about how it stalls every time you try to put it into drive because the “Check Quarterback” light keeps flashing? Will Vinny Testaverde be listening to instructions in his helmet Sunday from the Jets’ coaching staff or his health care provider? How much more rope does Phoenix Coyotes owner Wayne Gretzky give this rookie coach who can’t even fill out a lineup card? Tom Hoffarth is at (818) 713-3661 and firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Would it be Wallace or Gromit who best fits DePodesta’s list of requirements for the next Dodger yes-man? What does Eric Gagne know about running a team anyway? And can you give us that address again to send in the $250 non-refundable deposit for 2006 Dodger season seats? By the way, did you know our Los Angeles Angels also charge $250 for their seat deposits – but they make it fully refundable? Wouldn’t that just be the capper to Dodgers fan frustration if the Angels scooped up Mike Piazza as their DH for 2006? Any critique on the way Garret Anderson cruised around the bases during his triple against Randy Johnson? Was it as slow as his home-run trot a couple of innings earlier?
WHITTIER – A nearly hourlong search Thursday for a man seen tossing a shotgun to the ground ended with the arrest of a man, police said.Police pursued the suspect, whose name was not released, in the area of Mar Vista Street and College Avenue, after he ran from them and threw a shotgun on the ground, Officer Jason Zuhlkesaid.Officers made the arrest when the suspect attempted to casually walk by them and evade their attention, authorities said. Rape suspects appear in court NORWALK – Four defendants accused of raping a 13-year-old girl in a Pico Rivera park restroom this summer appeared in Norwalk Court on Thursday and were ordered to return Jan. 27 for their preliminary hearing.Gilbert Anthony Viera, 19, of Whittier, Ricardo Gonzalez and Nathan Edward Red, both 16, of Pico Rivera, and Ruben Marquez Jr., 17, also of Pico Rivera are charged with 21 felony counts. The three juveniles are charged as adults. Greenhouse blaze erupts in Whittier WHITTIER – A fire broke out Thursday morning at a greenhouse in Whittier, authorities said.The fire at 6342 S. Pioneer Blvd. was reported around 1:20 a.m., said Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervisor Andrea Hawkins.About 20 firefighters knocked down the blaze around 1:35 a.m., Hawkins said.There were no injuries as a result of the fire, the cause of which was not immediately determined, Hawkins said. Detectives probe fatal shooting PICO RIVERA – Detectives were investigating a fatal shooting – the second in this city this week – in which a 36-year-old man died.Authorities identified the victim as Antonio Bravo. Bravo was shot inside his home in the 9000 block of Union Street at around 1:10 a.m. Thursday and later died at a hospital, said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. Don Manumaleuna.There were no immediate arrests, Manumaleuna said.On Saturday night, detectives said, Ernesto Colon, 24, of Montebello was shot to death inside a van, after someone inside the vehicle shot into a group of people standing on a street. Someone in the crowd fired into the van, killing Colon. Investigators believe the shooting may have been gang related. Council cancels regular meeting WHITTIER – The Whittier City Council’s meeting scheduled Tuesday has been canceled.The next regular council meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 7 in the council’s chambers at City Hall, 13230 Penn St.For more information, call (562) 945-8200.Lab provides placefor kids to studyLA MIRADA – La Mirada’s computer lab provides a place for children to do research and homework.A one-year youth membership, for children 17 and under, to the computer lab is only $20. Membership includes computer use during hours of operation, use of the reference section and printing services.For more information, call the Family Resource Center, (562) 902-3155. From Staff Reports 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’ remake160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!