While there are important points of principle driving the discussions surrounding this issue, Champs, as an institution, has always been bigger than any single individual. in the wider scheme of things, winning or losing champs ought not to be so critical to the lives of so many people, but it is. There comes a time, though, when enough must be enough, enough mud-slinging and anger expressed. The venting process must end. Time to move on to the more important business of champs itself. Both the Calabar and KC families should move from anger mode and get set for the real spectacle. Rodgers or no Rodgers, this Champs will be a battle royal between these two powerhouses. I am personally embarrassed by the fact that the rhetoric of the past several weeks has been dominated by the eligibility of a 14-year-old Ugandan distance runner who will not even be the biggest star or the brightest prospect on show. The young fellow, in his quiet moments, must be thinking to himself, “Wow! After living in Jamaica for a few months, I have become the most talked-about person in this country, these Jamaicans are quite silly,” and who could blame him for having those thoughts. For sure, ISSA made an unusual decision in response to an unusual situation driven by some extenuating circumstances, and again, quite rightly, questions of consistency and equity have been asked of the governing body, but things have definitely gone overboard. The level of polarising discourse that this issue has ignited is becoming unhealthy and is sending the wrong message. Its approaching the level of petty, party political partisanship. It would be reasonable under normal circumstances to even suggest that we have had enough of this Ari Rodgers fiasco. It would also be reasonable to propose that Kingston College should, in the interest of transparency and fair play pull the young Ugandan from competing at Champs. On the other hand, Calabar would, under normal circumstances, be expected to extend the olive branch and let bygones be bygones. However, these are hardly normal circumstances and neither Calabar nor KC will relent. That is what makes them what they are. Controversy certainly sells, and, for sure, the swirling saga engulfing the Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA), Uganda-born Kingston College (KC) athlete Ari Rodgers, and defending under pressure boys’ champions Calabar High has ignited even more interest in what already promises to be a supercompetitive and spectacular 2017 ISSA GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Championships. It is almost surreal the way this situation has escalated to the point of it dominating almost all the pre-champs discussions. The media, in doing our job, have given widespread coverage to every micro-dynamic concerning the eligibility of this 14-year-old class two athlete. The subsequent decision by ISAA to grant Rodgers special exemption to compete, and the ensuing polarising effect it has had on the Kingston College and the Calabar fraternities, have seen this issue ballooning into an incredible soap opera. One is tempted to forget that despite this being Champs, the biggest sporting event on the Jamaican sporting calendar, and the biggest and best event of its kind in the entire world, and despite all the perennial hype, champs is still an amateur high school event. Ironically, it has been the adults involved in this process who have driven the controversy. It is the adult loyalists on either side of the issue who continue to broaden the divide by their often blind and irrational support for the purples’ or the green and black’ – the same adults who are supposed to be guiding the students along the righteous path of rational objectivity, balance and fair play. POLITICAL PARTNERSHIP
Finance Minister, Amara Konneh has said that the rehabilitation of the Mount Coffee Power Plant is an outcome of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s bold leadership and an important centerpiece of her “Agenda for Transformation (AfT).”The government’s AfT is a five-year development plan that intends to put Liberia on the path to achieving the much publicized Vision 2030 Programs.The goal of Vision 2030, according to government sources, is to make Liberia a middle income country in 18 years (2012-2030). The government intends to achieve this through provision of affordable and reliable power; which would subsequently lead to the booming of economic and industrial activitiesSpeaking at the groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday January 25, Minister Konneh said that the occasion was an important step in bringing reliable and affordable power to more people across the country.The ceremony was held at the location of the plant in Harrisburg, Careysburg District, Montserrado County; approximately 21 miles from Monrovia. The Mount Coffee hydro plant lies on the Saint Paul River.”The ground-breaking for the Mount Coffee hydro plant is an important step in bringing power to more people across the country. The project is partly funded by significant investment from the Government of Liberia as a key element of its public sector investment strategy. This would provide a boost to businesses and light manufacturing industries, increasing employment opportunities,” the finance boss saidHe indicated that government had infused roughly US$45 million to the energy sector, which has been termed on many occasions as a “national emergency” by President Sirleaf.“It is very important that we do all we can to ensure that Mount Coffee becomes a success, even if we have to cut foreign travel, gas, scratch-cards and recurrent spending to save money and ensure that projects like this succeed,” Konneh pleaded with his fellow government colleagues.“For those of us who need to understand the extent to which this country was destroyed and the bold steps we are taking to revitalize our infrastructure, come to Mount Coffee and see,” he challenged.The cost to build the hydro plant during the 1960s was US$80 million; but renovating is estimated at between US$250-300 million dollars—evidence the project is an expensive one.The nation’s treasury boss also expressed gratitude to all partners who have contributed to not only the rehabilitation of Mt. Coffee hydro plant, but to other sectors within the economy at large.Germany’s Ambassador Ralph Timmermann said he was particularly excited by the initiative and its potential to benefit government’s revenue generation schemes as well as thousands of small and medium entrepreneurs.The Ambassador of Norway, Hege Hertzberg, said that the government and the people of Norway are impressed with the level of progress made by the government in ensuring that Liberia becomes a middle-income country by 2030.‘’Madam President, Norway is so impressed by your leadership and the dedication you have shown during this extremely difficult time of reconstruction, not only in Mt. Coffee but the entire Liberia,”“We are very proud to call ourselves your friends Madam President; therefore, I would like to take this opportunity to confirm Norway’s promise to support your endeavors in the energy sector, specifically the reconstruction of Mt. Coffee,” Ambassador Hertzberg said.The Project Director, Mr. Randal Enns, assured that by 2015, the hydro plant would be in full swing. He said its impact in the economy would be felt across the country. As President Sirleaf unveiled the hydro plant’s design, she assured Liberians that by December 2015 the Mount Coffee Hydro Power Plant would be fully completed and would impact them in a variety of ways.“So many people have worked hard to make this day a reality. The LEC folks, the Ministers, the workers that you see standing around you, the Legislators and our partners, have all worked tirelessly for us to be here. The fruits of their labor will allow us to start the process of the restoration of power through the Mt. Coffee Hydro plant,’’ she explained.The hydro plant, when fully rehabilitated, is anticipated to supply 60 Mega Watts of reliable and affordable electricity to residents and businesses of Monrovia and its immediate environs.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
As a way to respond to the problem of scarcity of textbooks in schools in post-war Liberia, the Grand Bassa County Association (GBCA), based in the United States of America (USA), has donated a consignment of 10,000 textbooks and 100 computers to the county for distribution in various schools.The donation from Bassa citizens in the United States is to be distributed to every school operating in the county.Some of the schools to benefit are the Bassa High School and the Grand Bassa Community College.Making the donation on Monday, April 14, the president of GBCA, Jerome Gaymeh, said the union is collaborating with several other partners in the states to donate these consignments to the county.According to him, GBCA and its partners acquired 40,000 modern textbooks and 100 computers for schools in the county. Out of that amount, there were able to ship 10,000 textbooks and all 100 computers in the first batch, with the balance 30,000 books to be shipped later.Making the donation, Mr. Gaymeh explained that out of the 100 computers, 50 were part of Indian River State College’s contribution while St. Louise College in Florida, USA were responsible for donating the other 50 along with the 10,000 books.Mr. Gaymeh assured the people of the county that GBCA remains committed to improving the lives of Basonians through education.He thanked Representative Robertson Siaway of District # 5 and Senator Gbehzohngar Findley for their tireless efforts in ensuring that their dreams become reality.For his part, Grand Bassa County electoral District # 5 Representative Robertson Siaway, acknowledged the U.S.-based organization for honouring the call and providing educational material to the students of Grand Bassa.Representative Siaway told the GBCA president that giving back to Bassa is the surest way of contributing to its rebuilding process.“Bassa can be developed if its citizens put the county’s interest first and forget about all other things to work together as one people. I think this will promote our county and Liberia as a whole,” he indicated.The Lawmaker used the occasion to call on other citizens of the county that are residing in the diaspora to give back to their people.Receiving the items on behalf of the schools, the president of Grand Bassa Community College, Levi Zangar, said the donation came at a moment were everybody is hungry for education in the county’s schools.Mr. Zangar then assured the GBCA that the donation would be used for its intended purpose and called on citizens to emulate the good example of the organization.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Known in the world of local chess for creating platforms on which young players can display and improve their skills, Marian Academy has once again hosted a chess competition. This time around, the scholastic competition was open to outside schools, adding a little flavour to the competitiveness. The event saw participation from schools such as Queen’s College, The Bishops’ High School, Saint Stanislaus College, Mae’s Under 12, Tuschen Deaf Academy, School of Nations, Al Ghazali Islamic Academy and, of course, a home team from Marian Academy in both primary and secondary categories.In the team version of the secondary competition, St Stanislaus College’s A team comprising young champions such as Jaden Taylor, Ghansham Allijohn, Jarrell Troyer and Chelsea Juma took top honours. Juma, who played unbeaten, fuelled her experienced team to a 5.5 point win, a half point ahead of their next opponent.Surprisingly, the second position was taken by the Queen’s College A team. Upcoming sensation Rajiv Lee could be thanked for that, after leading his team to five points. Being new to the scene, Queen’s College showed grit and determination as they were the only team to draw with Saints 2-2, out of four matches.They were followed closely by tournament favourites Marian Academy. With Ethan Lee leading the charge for the home team, they garnered 4.5 points for their third place. Also shining on the Marian team was Odit Rodrigues, who played magnificently for his wins in the first, second and third rounds.Also fairly new to the competitive chess world were School of the Nations, who played valiantly. Shabaka Martin and Joshua Khan were notable mentions for the team.It was difficult to adjudge an individual top runner amongst the players as Ethan Lee, Jaden Taylor, Odit Rodrigues, and Jorrell Troyer all recorded 5.5 points, four wins, no losses and one draw. While Rajiv Lee suffered one loss out of his six games with five wins for his five points.On the other hand, Marian Academy got their taste of victory in the primary team category. However, the most outstanding performance in the category came from Tuschen Deaf Academy, whose players Aleem Basser and Anaya Lall made sure their teams were in the limelight with some fighting victories over much higher rated players. While Marian Academy’s B team took the third prize, fourth were copped by Mae’s Under 12 School. Arysh Raghunauth and the Alli brothers – Jibril and Kaiden – recorded some much-needed wins for their team.Marian Academy, however, made their mark in the individual categories, winning both primary and secondary divisions. Ronan Lee, Gareth Da Silva and Dwayne Bess all from Marian Academy took top honours in the secondary division. The host school dominated once again in the primary division as Neal Rodrigues, Kyle Couchman and Italy Ton-Chung ended in the top three positions. However, notable games from Jacob Mc Donald of School of the Nations and Omar Shariff of Mae’s School were highlights of the event.The event was hosted by Marian Academy with full support from the Wendell Meusa Chess Foundation. The hosts wished to extend special thanks to the Head Teachers of Mae’s School, School of Nations, Al Ghazali Islamic Academy, Tuschen Deaf Academy, Queen’s College, St Stanislaus College and the Bishops’ High School, as well as the Lees, Frasers and all parents who were supportive throughout the event.
1 Napoli are set to beat Liverpool to the signing of Piotr Zielinski after agreeing a fee of £12million with Udinese for the midfielder.The Poland international impressed clubs during a loan spell at Empoli last season, where he scored five goals in 36 games.Liverpool had scouted the 22-year-old and it was thought they would tie up a deal for him this summer.However, according to Sky Italia, Napoli have swooped in and agreed a fee of £12m for Zielinski.The player is now travelling to Naples to undergo a medical after personal terms were agreed earlier this week. Piotr Zielinski
***Minor Board Presentation Night***The minor board presentation will take place on Friday 18th in Ostan Loch Altan at 6:30 pm for U-10’s – U-18’s! Special guest on the night is Michael Murphy!***Minor Board AGM***The Minor Board AGM took place on Sunday 13th. The following posts were filled:Chairman: Martin TerryVice Chairman: Kevin ScanlonSecretary: Joe CaseyAsst Secretary: Stephen DoohanNorthern Board Delegate: Denis Doohan Under-Age Managers appointed are as follows:U-8 + U-10: John Joe McGeeverU-12: Stephen DoohanU-14 : Kevin ScanlonU-18 : Denis DoohanU-6 and U-16 positions yet to be filled.We wish the newly appointed committee and managers all the best in their roles! Many thanks to those who have stepped down from various positions for their support and dedication over the years; it is greatly appreciated!****Ladies Football****Congratulations to Helen McGee and Marcella Dolan on being selected for the U-14 County Team and congratulations also to Orla McFadden who made the U-16 county team; well done girls on this great achievement!***Congratulations***Congratulations again to former club member Charlie McGeever who guided Clonmel Commercials to a convincing victory over Tir Chonaill Gaels at the weekend; the win now sees the Tipperary side through to an All-Ireland Semi Final against Ballyboden St Enda’s in a couple of months! Best of luck to Charlie and the lads in their preparations for the semi-final!***Club Gym/DMG Fitness***With most people intending to start of the New Year on a healthy note; how about purchasing Gym Membership or class vouchers for Christmas to give them a head-start! You can order by private messaging on DMG Fitness facebook page, or call 086-1009467 CLOUGHANEELY DUO HELEN MCGEE AND MARCELLA DOLAN SELECTED FOR DONEGAL U14 TEAM was last modified: December 15th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:CloughaneelyNoticesSport
Claire Nic Suibhne from Rann na Feirste who won second prize in the Storytelling competition for 15-18 year olds at the Oireachtas festival in Killarney. The Oireachtas celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling. Pic: Clive WassonThe annual Oireachtas festival which celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling took place in the INEC Killarney over the weekend and plenty of trophies, cups and medals are making their way to Donegal this week. One of the stand-out winners is Eoghan Ó Curraighín from Baile Mór in Teelin who took away two big prizes – first prize in the Dreas Cainte competition and first prize in the Storytelling competition – it was his 6th time winning the Storytelling competition – the only person to win it so many times.Storytelling must run in the family as his son Shane won second prize in the qualifying competition in Storytelling. Dreas Cainte competition1st prize – Eoghan Ó Curraighín from Teelin in Donegal.Storytelling – qualifying competition2nd prize – Shane Ó Curraighín from Teelin in Donegal. Storytelling – main competiton1st prize: Eoghan Ó Curraighín from Teelin in Donegal.Amhrán Saothair2nd prize: Áine Ní Bhreisleáin and Suzanne Ní Ghallchóir from Gaoth Dóbhair in DonegalCorn Uí Riada sean-nós singing competition 3rd prize: Máire Ní Choilm from Gaoth Dóbhair in DonegalAithriseoireacht Under 121st prize: Ailbhe Ní Ghallchóir from na Doirí Beaga in Donegal2nd prize: Joseph Mac Suibhne from Rann na Feirste in Donegal Aithriseoireacht 12-15 years1st prize: Hugh Anthony Mac Suibhne from Rann na Feirste in DonegalSean-nós singing competition Under 122nd prize: Gráinne Ní Dhomhnaill from Cionn Caslach in DonegalSean-nós singing competition 12-15 years1st prize: Naoise Mac Cathmhaoil from Ard an Ratha in DonegalStorytelling competition 15-18 years2nd prize: Claire Nic Suibhne from Rann na Feirste in DonegalMáire Mhic Niallais and Bláthnaid Ó Brádaigh, President of Oireachtas na Gaeilge presenting Ailbhe Ní Ghallchóir from na Doirí Beaga in Donegal with first prize in the Under 12 Aithriseoireacht competition at the Oireachtas festival in Killarney. He also won first prize in the Dreas Cainte competition. The Oireachtas celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling. Pic: Clive WassonHugh Anthony Mac Suibhne from Rann na Feirste who won first prize in the Aithriseoireacht competition for 12-15 year olds at the Oireachtas festival in Killarney. He also won first prize in the Dreas Cainte competition. The Oireachtas celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling. Pic: Clive WassonEoghan Ó Curraighín from Teileann in Donegal who won first prize in the main Storytelling competition for the sixth time at the Oireachtas festival in Killarney. He also won first prize in the Dreas Cainte competition. The Oireachtas celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling. Pic: Clive WassonEoghan Ó Curraighín from Teileann in Donegal who won first prize in the main Storytelling competition for the sixth time at the Oireachtas festival in Killarney. He also won first prize in the Dreas Cainte competition. The Oireachtas celebrates the best of sean-nós singing, dancing and storytelling. Pic: Clive WassonPICTURE SPECIAL: DONEGAL’S FINEST CLEAN UP AT THE OIREACHTAS FESTIVAL was last modified: November 5th, 2013 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:KILLARNEYOIREACHTASPICTURE SPECIAL: DONEGAL’S FINEST CLEAN UP AT THE OIREACHTAS FESTIVAL
Cén ait a thainig tú sa rás 5k Gairmscoil Chú Uladh?Well done to the 148 enthusiastic runners that took part in the Gairmscoil Chú Uladh 5k earlier today. The race was a climax to the couch to 5k program which the students and staff have been following for the last 2 months.Vast improvements were made on the majority of times from last years inaugural 5k. Aaron Mac Floinn (17:44) a second year pupil at Gairmscoil Chú Uladh & Finn Valley A.C. took the honours whilst Fred Vangansberg (18:25) and Ethan o Donaill (18:51) took second and third place overall. Cait nic a Bhaird (22:52) was the first female athlete overall followed closely by Maire nic a Bhaird (22:53) & Orla ni Fhril (22:53). In the juvenile one mile race Barra Mac Daibhid was the first boy home with Leanne nic Fhearail winning the junior girls category. Bhí lá ar doigh ag an 148 luthcleasaí diograiseach a ghlac phairt i rás 5k inniu thart f’an Béal an Átha Mhóir. Chuir an rás seo crioch leis an traenáil chrua a bhí déanta ag scolairi na scoile mar phairt den chlár ‘Tolg go 5k’ . Bhi leibheal aclaiocht na ndaltai feabhsaithe go mor o anuraidh, bhi seo le feiceail o na amanna eagsula. Thainig Aaron mac Floinn dalta 2ú bliana, G.C.U. na bhaile in san am is gaiste le Fred Vangansberg agus Ethan o Donaill ag glacadh an 2ú agus 3ú háit. B’iad Cait nic a Bhaird agus Maire nic a Bhaird na céad mná na bhaile. Bhi an ras mile (ras soisearach) bainte ag Barra Mac Daibhid agus Leanne nic Fhearail. Maith sibh uilig go leir!Torthai: Gairmscoil Chu Uladh5K – 2014 Ait uimhir Tam Chead ainm Sloinne Catagoir Club 1 346 17.44 Aaron Mac Floinn, Crona Finn Valley A C2 51 18.25 Fred Vangansberg SM Unattached3 317 18.51 Ethan Ó Domhnaill Nabla Unattached4 14 18.59 Padraig McGlynn SM Unattached5 20 19.17 Ciaran Ó Giobúin Aodhan Unattached 6 305 19.19 Karl Mac Floinn, Beibhinn Unattached7 306 19.19 Frances MacDaibhidh Beibhinn Unattached8 395 20.06 Maitiú Mag Fhionnaile Barra Unattached9 387 20.45 Padraig Ó Baoill Naos Unattached 10 414 20.56 Ryan Mac Floinn Aodhan Unattached11 26 21.02 Ben Dunleavy SM Letterkenny A C12 11 21.10 Padraig O Dochartaigh Idirbhliain Unattached13 9 22.20 Padraig Ó Dochartaigh Aodhan Unattached14 320 22.21 Padraig MacCraith Idirbhliain Unattached15 304 22.23 Ronan Mac Ailín, Beibhinn Unattached16 6 22.30 Gearoid O Cuinneagain SM Unattached17 295 22.45 Seosamh Mac Duibhir Barra Unattached18 332 22.48 Lee Mac Daidhéid Aodhan Unattached19 352 22.49 Gearoid Ó Dochartaigh Ailbhe Unattached20 40 22.52 Cáit Níc A Bhaird Beibhinn Unattached21 306 22.53 Máire Nic A Bhaird, Beibhinn Unattached22 311 22.53 Órla Ní Fhríl, Beibhinn Unattached23 388 23.03 Shane Mac Doinnléibhe Nabla Unattached24 315 23.08 Daire Mac Mathúna Nabla Unattached25 344 23.27 Jason De Brún Neasa Unattached26 4 23.54 Ruth Ní Chionnaith Aodhan Unattached27 31 23.56 Ronan Mc Cormick JM Unattached28 330 24.10 Maitiu O Dochartaigh Idirbhliain Unattached29 27 24.14 Mark Mac Niallais Nabla Unattached30 326 24.22 Evin O Giobuin Idirbhliain Unattached31 50 24.32 Jane Watson SW Unattached32 385 24.34 Michael O Baoil Daire Unattached33 390 24.42 Sean O Fearaigh SM Unattached34 38 24.57 Karl McGlynn Beibhinn Unattached35 307 25.01 Áine Nic A Bhaird, Beibhinn Unattached36 12 25.02 Cristoir Ó Domhnaill Ailbhe Unattached37 367 25.03 Liam Mac Suibhne, Crona Unattached38 312 25.05 Conchur Ó Fril Neasa Unattached39 343 25.21 Joanne Gallinagh SW Unattached40 363 25.25 Conchur Mac Aoidh Idirbhliain Unattached41 382 25.29 Enda Manion SM Unattached42 8 25.38 Caol Ó Blaíd Aodhan Unattached43 313 26.04 Caolan Ó Fríl Aodhan Unattached44 45 26.07 Conor McDaid Naos Unattached45 397 26.48 Prionsias Ó Murchaidh Neasa Unattached46 3 26.50 Leah McHugh SW Unattached47 43 26.51 Deirdre Friel SW Unattached48 308 26.53 Rachel Níc a Bhaird Neasa Unattached49 32 26.55 Martin Mc Cormick JM Unattached50 36 27.10 Rachel Ni Fhiograi JW Unattached51 355 27.11 Caitlin De Brún Aodhan Unattached52 331 27.42 Pol O Dochartaigh Idirbhliain Unattached53 13 28.12 Anne Marie Ni Ghiobuin SW Finn Valley A C54 29 28.27 Callum Ó Dochartaigh Naos Unattached55 349 29.11 Michael Mac Fionn Daire Unattached56 375 29.14 Nuala Ní Dhonaill Neasa Unattached57 314 29.17 Conor Ó Dochartaigh Beibhinn Unattached58 319 29.19 Mark Frize Idirbhliain Unattached59 327 29.38 Maria Nic Ghiolla Easbuig Idirbhliain Unattached60 351 29.40 Amy Ni Ghiobuin Daire Unattached61 416 29.45 Shauna Ni Bhariartaigh Dearbhail Unattached62 359 29.53 Donal Mac Fhionntaigh Dearbhail Unattached63 294 29.59 Oisín Ó Laoghóg Crona Unattached64 329 30.01 Cathriona Ni Giolla Easbuig Crona Unattached65 392 30.10 Kelli Nic Ruaidhri SW Unattached66 376 30.11 Corina Ní Ghoibúin Neasa Unattached67 37 30.14 Daniel O Fhiograi JM Unattached68 15 30.32 Oisin McGlynn JM Unattached69 360 30.42 Conor Mac Suibhne Dearbhail Unattached70 316 30.57 Grainne Ní Dhómhnaill Nabla Unattached71 10 31.07 Máirtín Ó Dochartaigh Barra Unattached72 325 31.34 Simona Ni Ghiobuin Idirbhliain Unattached73 321 31.36 Emma Jayne Ni Misteail Idirbhliain Unattached74 280 31.43 Kimberly Koesling Dearbhail Unattached75 2 31.47 Daire Mac Eafartaigh Daire Unattached76 350 32.06 Caoimhe Ni Ghaillin Daire Unattached77 361 32.10 Orla Brogan Dearbhail Unattached78 400 32.14 Barra Mac Daibhidh, Crona Unattached79 348 32.15 Aaron De Burca Mac Daire Unattached80 42 32.16 Edel Ní Ailis Naos Unattached81 394 32.30 Óran Mac Daibhidh Crona Unattached82 369 32.41 Rónán Ó Dómhnaill Barra Unattached83 303 32.45 Cathal Ó Tiomanaí Barra Unattached84 296 32.54 Áine Ní Chairbre Barra Unattached85 399 32.55 Keelan Mac A Ghoill, Crona Unattached86 419 33.03 Kyle O Meara Dearbhail Unattached87 404 33.04 Jemma Eve Ni Brolchain Daire Unattached88 7 33.04 Colette Ní Chnáimhsí Aodhan Unattached89 354 33.08 Caitriona Ní Bhaoill Aodhan Unattached90 411 33.14 Sean Mac Briartaigh Nabla Unattached91 402 33.20 Leanne De Brún Neasa Unattached92 407 33.34 Sharon Coyle SW Unattached93 286 33.35 Seosamh Mag Aoidh Crona Unattached94 368 33.47 Michaela Ní Dhoinnléibhe Barra Unattached95 364 33.49 Conchur Mac Fhionntaigh Idirbhliain Unattached96 322 34.00 Cait Nerbitt Idirbhliain Unattached97 16 34.02 Courtney McGlynn JW Unattached98 285 34.30 Daran O Mearthaile Daire Unattached99 33 34.31 Shane Mc Cormick JM Unattached100 23 34.38 Saoirse Campbell Novice Unattached101 290 34.56 Yvonne Ní Ghallachóir Barra Unattached102 290 34.56 Niamh Ní Dheoráin Crona Unattached103 289 34.59 Niamh Ní Chnáimhsí Crona Unattached104 371 34.60 Mariosa Breathnach, Beibhinn Unattached105 403 35.50 Clar Ní Cheallaigh Neasa Unattached106 391 37.01 Aine Campbell SW Unattached107 418 37.29 Jordan O Domhnaill Dearbhail Unattached108 287 37.50 Sinéad Nic Daibhidh Crona Unattached109 345 37.57 Darán Dé Brún, Crona Unattached110 284 38.24 Ailise Ni Mhearlaigh Daire Unattached111 291 38.24 Caoimhe Ní Mhánais Crona Unattached112 291 38.24 Niamh Ní hOráin Barra Unattached113 310 38.30 Ronan Mc Suibhne Daire Unattached114 288 38.46 Leanne Nic Fhearail Crona Unattached115 417 38.57 Niamh Ni Mhurchaidh Dearbhail Unattached116 5 39.04 Eibhlin Ní Cheallaigh Aodhan Unattached117 334 39.07 Dylan Ó Gallachóir Aodhan Unattached118 19 39.20 Bridin Ni Cheallaigh SW Unattached119 339 40.14 Shauna Ní Mhéarlaigh, Ailbhe Unattached120 333 40.15 Hanna Ní Thiomanaí Aodhan Unattached121 283 40.21 Tadhg Mac Monagaill Daire Unattached122 370 41.40 Gráinne Breathnach, Beibhinn Unattached123 46 42.05 Michelle Nic Giolla Charra SW Unattached124 25 42.08 Gabrielle Boyle SW Unattached125 362 42.23 Reamann O Gallachoir Dearbhail Unattached126 34 42.25 Anne Mc Cormick SW Unattached127 35 42.45 Gwendoline Ni Fhiograi SW Unattached128 47 42.50 Maire Mallloy SW Unattached129 28 42.51 Megan Ni Mheara Barra Unattached130 281 43.20 Liam Mc Gaoithin Dearbhail Unattached131 358 43.30 Reece Mac Conail Dearbhail Unattached132 324 43.32 Roisin Ni Ghabhann Idirbhliain Unattached133 1 43.44 Breege Mac Eafartaigh SW Unattached134 396 43.55 Tamara Ní Cheallaigh Barra Unattached135 357 44.03 Pol Crerand Dearbhail Unattached136 297 44.04 Dearbhlá Ní Cheallaigh, Barra Unattached137 49 44.07 Emma Ni Churraighin JW Unattached138 44 45.08 Padraig Ó Baoill Ailbhe Unattached139 412 45.46 Adam Mac Briartaigh Idirbhliain Unattached140 299 46.23 Serena Ní Chárthaigh Barra Unattached141 24 46.24 Cora Mc Laughlin Novice Unattached142 302 46.32 Aoife Ní hÓráin Nabla Unattached143 323 46.33 Leah Ni Churraighin Idirbhliain Unattached144 374 46.36 Aine Nic Giolla Bhríde Neasa Unattached145 336 46.54 Katie Ní Dhomhnaill Ailbhe Unattached146 282 47.07 Zoe Nic Ailin Dearbhail Unattached147 48 47.08 Katie O’Donnell SW Unattached148 52 47.34 Nuala Mc Cool SW UnattachedTotal 148CÉN AIT A THAINIG TÚ SA RÁS 5K GAIRMSCOIL CHÚ ULADH? was last modified: April 11th, 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:5kGairmscoil Chú UladhraceRAS
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week California voters rejected a complex initiative Tuesday that would have increased state oversight of utilities and limited the ability of customers to choose electricity providers. Backers said Proposition 80 would have restored some regulations that were scrapped as part of California’s deregulation effort almost a decade ago. Proposition 80 was opposed by a coalition of energy companies, trade groups and renewable energy proponents that said it would lead to less competition and higher prices while making it harder to build power plants. The state Public Utilities Commission voted to oppose Proposition 80, saying it largely duplicated regulatory measures it already has taken. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Photo Gallery Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) scored a game-high 23 points on 8-of-11 shooting, including knocking down a season-best 4-of-6 from the three-point line. Sara Rhine (Eldon, Mo.), who made 10-of-10 from the field, finished with 22 points. Monica Burich (Roseville, Minn.), a transfer from Colorado, had a career-best in her young Bulldog career of 10 points. Sammie Bachrodt (Wichita, Kan.), Nicole Miller (Walker, Iowa) and Maddie Monahan (Silver Lake, Minn.) each chipped in eight points. Monahan added a game-best seven assists with just one turnover. Miller added a career-high two blocks and four assists. Bachrodt had four rebounds and four assists. Clarke (7-3), which is an NAIA member located in Dubuque, Iowa and play in the Heartland of America Athletic Conference, was led in scoring by Tina Ubl with 14 points. Makenna Haase posted a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds. Hittner drilled a three 45 seconds into the game as the Bulldogs led from start to finish. Drake shot a blistering 59.0 percent (36-of-61) from the floor and made 9-of-18 (50.0 percent) from three. The Bulldogs, who led the country in total assists coming into the game, tallied an impressive 29, and led by Monahan’s game-high, four Bulldogs handed out four or more assists. Tough defense created 14 steals and 30 points off of turnovers for Drake. DES MOINES, Iowa – The No. 21 Drake University women’s basketball team cruised past Clarke 91-43 Tuesday, Dec. 4 in the program’s annual Pack the Knapp for Character Game hosted by The Ray Center. PDF Box Score Watch Live Next Game: Live Stats 1350 ESPN Des Moines Jackrabbits All-Access HTML Box Score Preview Drake (8-1), which invites thousands of local and regional elementary and middle school students every year to the game for a fun time of basketball, educational, fun activities and games, hosted a record number of students Tuesday with close to 5,000 as part of a record crowd of 6,031 for the annual morning game. Full Schedule Roster Story Links at South Dakota State 12/8/2018 – 2 p.m. Following Tuesday’s game, Drake travels to South Dakota State Saturday for a 2 p.m. contest. The Jackrabbits, which are the preseason favorite in the Summit League and made the 2018 NCAA Tournament, edged the Bulldogs 85-78 last season at the Knapp Center, play at Chattanooga Tuesday night. Print Friendly Version