… before “riding off into sunset”With just a few months left under his belt before his retirement next year, Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud is looking to develop ‘security intelligence’ within the Guyana Police Force (GPF) to further strengthen its mandate.Police Commissioner Seelall PersaudThis project is among three recently outlined by the Top Cop to be implemented in 2017, when he will be closing the curtains on his 30plus years law enforcement career. The other two projects have to do with having officers more closely monitor communities at the station level and developing the Force’s Public Relations (PR) Department to reach the younger generation.“I intend to fully implement these three major projects before I ride into retirement. I think they are all achievable and I think with the team that I have right now at the top of the Force, it is something that we will be able to implement very smoothly,” he remarked at an event on Friday. The Police Commissioner explained that the Police Force has significantly developed its crime intelligence outside of the Special Branch, which has proven to be more beneficial both on the tactical side as well as the strategic end. At the same time, however, he explained that the Force’s security intelligence has been lagging. “We have a very strong crime intelligence but we have a not so strong (security) intelligence that deals with other factors such as borders, espionage and the different kinds of political objection groups, activism and that kind of stuff,” he stated.To this end, Persaud disclosed that the GPF has turned to its Jamaican counterpart – the Jamaican Force Constabulary, which is said to have the best Police intelligence system in the Caribbean – to lend assistance in developing its security intelligence.He added that already, a team from the Caribbean Island came to Guyana and conducted an analysis during this year. A report was since produced and based on the recommendations made, an operational plan for implementation has been developed and is now with the Public Security Minister for approval, the Police Commissioner noted. He said that once the Minister gives the green light, this project will be implemented next year.Meanwhile, the second project that Commissioner Persaud is seeking to have rolled out ahead of his 2017 retirement will tackle two areas; having a specific group of ranks focusing on a particularly geographic area within the Police Station’s district and this will in turn hold specific persons accountable at frontline levels.According to the Top Cop, this initiative has already been introduced at some Police Stations with teams of ranks being given responsibility for a geographic area within the district of the station. The Station Sergeants are expected to manage this initiative to ensure effectiveness. He noted that this way, the ranks would know the households, the people living within that community, the businesses operating there and the nuisances affecting the community in order to be better able to provide Policing servicing within that community.“If that community is getting worst, those are the people who will be called upon personally to be accountable,” he stated.On the other hand, the third project involves enhancing the Force PR Department, which Commissioner Persaud said has been suffering and just woke up. He disclosed that an in-house team is currently working along with PRO, Superintendent Jairam Ramlakhan, to develop a plan for next year.The Top Cop noted that the Private Sector Commission (PSC) has already offered assistance and the Force is looking to collaborate with other organisations or individuals with expertise in this area to add to a workable plan for next year.“So you are likely to see a lot of changes in the way we do public relations and I think that will benefit not only the media, but the society. I have made mention in recent time to the millennial generation; they are people who we are seeing entering the justice system, meaning they are being arrested for crimes and there are persons who play video games and live on social media. They don’t watch the news on television and don’t read the newspapers. So the positive messages that come through those medium does not impact them,” he stated.In this effort, the Commissioner noted that he along with A Division (Georgetown) Commander Clifton Hicken, met with about 25 entertainers such as DJs and promoters, soliciting their help to get positive messages from the Force across to people who go to the parties or listen to specific radio programmes. (Vahnu Manikchand)
There was concern yesterday afternoon, that a fire at Mile-62 of the Alaska Highway may have been associated with a gas pipeline.As a result the Provincial Ministries of Forests and the Environment responded, along with emergency measures officials and, those from Spectra Energy.However, shortly before six o’clock police confirmed, the fire, in a freshly mowed ditch, had nothing to do with a pipeline, nor natural gas.- Advertisement -It had also been contained by that time and, it never presented a threat to area residents, nor did it interrupt highway traffic.
Moose FM is teaming up with Troyer Ventures, Home Hardware and the Salvation Army to help collect toys this Christmas season. Starting today, from noon until 6 p.m., and tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., Moose FM will be broadcasting live from Home Hardware, where donations of a new unwrapped toy, or cash, can be made.The donations and funds raised will stay in Fort St. John and go directly towards children in our area. All donations are welcome, however, toys for children ages 10 and up are most needed this year.- Advertisement -This drive is the only Toy Drive in Fort St. John this holiday season. A sleigh to be filled up has been provided by Arctech Welding & Machining.
The City of Fort St. John, in partnership with Moose FM and the Fort St. John Co-op, will launch the Live It! Active Challenge this Monday. The is an 8 week challenge to encourage Fort St. John residents to get out and be active.Registration is now underway for the Live It! Active Challenge. Once registered participants can go online at track their activity and work toward a virtual destination. Participants will not only work toward living a healthy lifestyle, but have a chance to win great weekly prizes and the grand prize of flights for two anywhere Air Canada flies in North America. Anyone can participate in the Challenge but only residents of the North Peace Region can claim prizes.This isn’t meant to be a weight loss challenge; it’s meant to encourage residents to live an active lifestyle. Residents can sign up as an individual or as a team and of course teams can challenge other teams that participate. Register online at energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com/liveit or in person at the Pomeroy Sport Centre, or the North Peace Leisure Pool. – Advertisement -The cost to participate is only $25 per person, with partial proceeds from the registration fee going to North Peace Gymnastics.Get all the details at energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com/liveit or email firstname.lastname@example.org[otw_is sidebar=otw-sidebar-17]Advertisement
First, City must win their visit to mid-table Everton but, should they do so, Guardiola will win his first league title in English football with victory over his old rival Mourinho at the Etihad.“Everybody is always asking this question,” said Guardiola. “But the important thing is on March 12, we have 81 points, that is a lot of points.“We want to be champions. We need three wins, but we are able to do it with two (if City beat United).“But before and after United, we have the (Champions League) quarter-finals, and at the moment that is the most important thing to focus on.“I understand for the fans, okay, but the important thing is to be champions. When and where it doesn’t matter.”The in-form English team are also in with a strong chance of winning Europe’s premier prize for the first time in their history.The draw for the Champions League last eight takes place on Friday and Guardiola will watch it live, along with his first-team squad, at their warm weather training camp in Abu Dhabi, where City flew immediately following the Stoke win.City’s shock exit from the FA Cup, at the hands of third-tier Wigan, leaves them without a game until the clash with Everton on the final day of the month.“We are going to be together and make three training sessions in five days,” said the City manager.“We are going to have lunch together, dinner, some people are playing golf. But the weather conditions are better than here – the forecast in Manchester is rain, rain, rain!“So we are going to go there and do the training we should be doing here. Last season we were there and it was good and that’s why we’re going to the airport now.”– Football a ‘welcome relief’ –City’s victory at Stoke came courtesy of two goals from David Silva, whose season has been disrupted because of a family crisis, following the premature birth of his son Mateo in December.Manchester City’s victory at Stoke came courtesy of two goals from David Silva (L), whose season has been disrupted because of a family crisis, following the premature birth of his son Mateo in December © AFP / Paul ELLISThe City forward has been returning to Spain frequently to visit his family and admitted after his superb performance against Stoke that football has been a welcome relief.“I think when I play football I forget everything, it’s good for me to play,” he said.“I know in my private life it is not a very happy moment. But my son is fighting, you know, and I am very happy because he is getting stronger, getting better, so it is okay.”City captain Vincent Kompany offered support to Silva, who has been given permission to miss the Abu Dhabi trip to spend time in Spain.“David just explained his story, it puts everything into perspective for us,” said the defender.“It is a massive boost and relief to be able to play this game like we do. It gives us perspective and brings a moment of joy into our lives.”City, meanwhile, can look forward to a memorable finale to the season given their current form and dominance over the Premier League although their demanding manager is clearly not in the mood to allow his players to relax.“To motivate my players is really easy, we are not champions yet, and when we are, we must carry on, to focus on the next goals which is the Champions League quarter-finals,” said Guardiola.“There are always goals to pursue, statistics to overcome, and we will carry on and then work towards next season. There is always room for improvement and that is what we will do.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola played down growing excitement among supporters over possibly winning the Premier League title saying the Champions League quarter-finals were “the most important thing to focus on” © AFP/File / Paul ELLISMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Mar 13 – Pep Guardiola tried to play down growing excitement among Manchester City supporters over the possibility of winning the Premier League title when they face bitter rivals United in the derby early next month.Jose Mourinho’s side visit the Etihad Stadium on April 7 for a game which could see City make mathematically certain of being crowned champions following their 2-0 victory at Stoke on Monday.
An emotional Majella O’Donnell wipes away a tear while Daniel was performing at the Relay for Life in Letterkenn last year. (North wEst Newspix)DD HEALTH: CANCER survivor Majella O’Donnell and her husband Daniel will be among star-studded guests taking part in the inspirational Relay for Life Donegal event starting today.Thousands of people are expected to take part in the main event at the LyIT campus in Letterkenny over the next two days – 5pm this evening until 5pm tomorrow (Sunday).Majella has been cancer-free for two years and has been a huge advocate for cancer research and support for those suffering from the various forms of the illness. Majella said: “I’d like to encourage everyone to come out and support this fantastic event. As we all know, cancer affects nearly all of us in our lives and we all need to get behind this and support it.”Daniel added: “We want to be part of Relay for Life Donegal 2016. We certainly hope that it will be a great success.”Daniel will be the closing act at the two-day festival when he takes to the stage tomorrow, Sunday, at 4pm.Relay For Life is a 24 Hour community event which celebrates people who have survived a cancer diagnosis, remembers those lost to the disease and brings the community together to Fight Back against Cancer. Here’s a message from the organisers:Members of the public are very welcome to attend at any point during the 24 hours on 4th/5th June, from 5pm to 5pmThere are some important things to note:The event is a Free event and starts at 5pm sharp on Sat 4th June If you would like to attend the opening ceremony please be on site no later than 4:30pm.Parking for the event is free in LYIT. As there will be peak times throughout the 24 hours you are asked to park responsibly in and around the event.On the day you will notice many people wearing purple “Survivors” tee shirts. These people are our VIP’s so feel free to greet them with a smile and a “hello”.There will be many different activities throughout the days at the various team gazebos so please feel free to get involved.Food / Tea / Coffee and refreshments will be for sale in “An Danlann” (the LYIT Sports Centre).There will be additional toilet facilities available on the campus and in and around the event.Some areas of the LYIT campus will not be accessible to members of the public so you are asked to please cooperate with event staff.Drugs or Alcohol are not permitted on the grounds of LYIT at any point during the weekend.This is a no-smoking venue, including e-cigarettes.Animals are not permitted but there are no restrictions on guide dogs or assistance dogs.As this is a family occasion, children are welcome but must be supervised at all times.Please familiarise yourself with the emergency points in your vicinity throughout the day.Comfortable shoes are a must if you are attending Relay For Life, high heels should not be worn for health and safety reasons. And most importantly, HAVE FUN!Your full guide to the weekend is below: Advertisement RELAY FOR LIFE ALL SET FOR INCREDIBLE WEEKEND AS MAJELLA AND DANIEL VOW SUPPORT was last modified: June 5th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:2016daniel o’donnelldonegalMajella O’DonnellRelay for Life
DONEGAL’s Junior Athletes did well again for a second day running.All the results from Day 2 in the field are below: Girls 1996 Under 17 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1462Stacie CunninghamKilkeel High School10.102550Lisa GibsonLetterkenny AC9.973460Orla MurphyAnnalee AC9.454309Amy McTeggartBoyne AC (Guest)8.855461Kathryn CaseCity of Lisburn AC7.606459Shannon DohertyLifford AC7.53Boys 1996 Under 17 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1480John KellyFinn Valley Ac15.332481Jonathan McKeownBALLYCLARE HIGH SCHOOL11.843180Josh McIlroyBallymena & Antrim AC11.654483Peadar ConroySliabh Liag10.045484Ciaran SchuttenAnnalee AC9.136482Shane Carmody (Guest)Celtic DCH7.407485Kevin McGinleySliabh Liag7.33Girls 1996 Under 17 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1413Sarah CurranCeltic DCH1.672309Amy McTeggartBoyne AC (Guest)1.643202Anna McIlmoyleCity of Lisburn AC1.584411Blathnaid PattonFinn Valley Ac1.555412Sarah ConnollyGlenlola Collegiate1.55685Emma HassardLagan Valley AC1.40Boys 1996 Under 17 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1176Adam MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC (Guest)1.781219Andrew HutchinsonCity of Lisburn AC1.783424Donal KearnsTara A.C. (Guest)1.503422Fionntan CurranCity of Lisburn AC1.505423Ciaran McBreartyLifford AC1.455375Dominic GallagherSliabh Liag1.457164Cameron PowellCity of Lisburn AC1.40Girls 1996 Under 17 Long JumpPosNoNameClubDistance193Aoibhin McManusCity of Lisburn AC4.972203Lauren DwyerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC (Guest)4.763434Jenny SkellyCity of Lisburn AC4.584436Yasmin AndersonBallymena and Antrim Athletics Club4.43596Naomi MorganCity of Derry AC Spartans4.40692Chelsie MacDougallKilbarchan AAC (Guest)4.347229Caitlin StewartKilbarchan AAC (Guest)4.32Boys 1996 Under 17 Long JumpPosNoNameClubDistance1179Ciaran CorriganShercock AC6.262218Andrew HutchinsonCity of Lisburn AC5.793220Garbhan McKennaShercock AC5.684165Conor DurninSt Peters5.515178Cameron HoodUpper Bann AC4.956177John RussellLetterkenny AC4.95Girls 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 1 of 2 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime188Megan DevineCity of Derry AC Spartans27.41289Christine LogueOlympian Y&A Club27.913238Sorcha BrowneBeechmount Harriers29.12DQ87Ciara ArmstrongCity of Derry AC Spartans26.91Boys 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 1 of 4 (W )PosNoNameClubTime1169Jack Mc CloskeyCity of Derry AC Spartans23.612232Ruaidhri O’NeillCity of Derry AC Spartans24.113246Dominic MartinCity of Lisburn AC26.204175Harry WebbUpper Bann AC26.38Boys 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 3 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime1248Ben McKeownBallymena & Antrim AC24.712165Conor DurninSt Peters24.953164Cameron PowellCity of Lisburn AC25.464250Nelson AmaralCity of Lisburn25.86Girls 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 1 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime164Roseanna McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC27.242235Katherine KirkLagan Valley AC29.98366Fionna StrongKilbarchan AAC30.42460Susan O DonohueSliabh Liag32.02Girls 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 3 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime1225Kate McGowanTir Chonaill AC27.74265Eva McMullinTir Chonaill AC28.76359Blanaid KearneySt Annes AC30.52Boys 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 1 of 3 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime1151Conal DuffyCity of Derry AC Spartans25.632148Owen AgnewBallymena & Antrim AC26.463244Mark HegartyTir Chonaill AC26.844245Eoin KauanaghCeltic DCH28.27Boys 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 3 of 3 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime1145Daire CurranLetterkenny AC25.662143Christopher O’LoughlinTir Chonaill AC26.033146Ryan McCarrickNorth Sligo AC26.344230Sam WallaceCity of Lisburn AC28.10Girls 1996 Under 17 800mPosNoNameClubTime1313Maria KinkaidNewry AC2.34.662315Cliona MurphyCeltic DCH2.36.333319Emma LusbySpringwell Running Club2.37.904314Shannon Mc LaughlinFinn Valley Ac2.40.58DNS309Amy McTeggartBoyne AC (Guest)DNSBoys 1996 Under 17 800m Ht 1 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1386Christopher Connolly2.05.872379Conor ChristieSpringwell Running Club2.06.663391Jack McKibbinDromore AC2.07.234387Conor BreslinCity of Derry AC Spartans2.09.415385Dermot O’HareLagan Valley2.14.576377Louis CourtneyAnnalee AC2.17.30Boys 1996 Under 17 800m Ht 3 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1393Rolandus LauranuicusUpper Bann AC2.11.332389Shaun BoyleLetterkenny AC2.11.803375Dominic GallagherSliabh Liag2.13.034384Ryan GormleySt Michaels Collage Enniskillen2.17.085382Conal McCambridgeNorth Belfast Harriers2.22.231386Christopher Connolly2.05.872379Conor ChristieSpringwell Running Club2.06.663391Jack McKibbinDromore AC2.07.234387Conor BreslinCity of Derry AC Spartans2.09.415383Conor MorrisonLetterkenny AC2.11.166393Rolandus LauranuicusUpper Bann AC2.11.337389Shaun BoyleLetterkenny AC2.11.808378Conor CrillyBallymena & Antrim AC2.12.229246Dominic MartinCity of Lisburn AC2.12.2410375Dominic GallagherSliabh Liag2.13.0311385Dermot O’HareLagan Valley2.14.5712384Ryan GormleySt Michaels Collage Enniskillen2.17.0813377Louis CourtneyAnnalee AC2.17.3014392Daniel CosgroveCity of Derry AC Spartans2.22.0715382Conal McCambridgeNorth Belfast Harriers2.22.2316247Fionntan CurranCity of Lisburn AC2.29.21Girls 1997 Under 16 800m Ht 1 of 2PosNoNameClubTime1299Jane MatthewsLagan Valley AC2.22.782302Lauren HutchinsonNewry AC2.26.173295Natasha McArdleLetterkenny AC2.26.424301Aoife LavertyCity of Derry Spartans AC2.26.505300Emma LavertyLagan Valley AC2.36.596293Katie HoadTir Chonaill AC2.45.28Girls 1997 Under 16 800mOverall Result1299Jane MatthewsLagan Valley AC2.22.782302Lauren HutchinsonNewry AC2.26.173295Natasha McArdleLetterkenny AC2.26.424301Aoife LavertyCity of Derry Spartans AC2.26.505297Nadine KennyUnattached (guest)2.28.066306Aife McSheffreySpringwell Running Club2.30.697300Emma LavertyLagan Valley AC2.36.598307Anna LittleBanbridge AC2.39.859293Katie HoadTir Chonaill AC2.45.2810235Katherine KirkLagan Valley AC2.54.0311298Niamh McGroaryTir Chonaill AC2.54.9712294Jean CorballyShercock AC3.06.91Boys 1997 Under 16 800m Ht 1 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1361William CroweNorth Sligo AC2.14.082370Daniel Gallaghertir chonaill2.14.833362Ben DalyBanbridge AC2.14.984371Aodhagan WattersAnnalee AC2.19.795360Patrick SheridanNewcastle & District AC2.21.65Boys 1997 Under 16 800m Ht 3 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1373Mark BoyleTir Chonaill AC2.16.632363Oisin GallenFinn Valley Ac2.16.833359Conor EdwardsOlympian Y & A Club2.19.24DNS144Adam DohertyLifford ACBoys 1997 Under 16 800m Overall1364Cian McBrideNorth Sligo AC2.01.382361William CroweNorth Sligo AC2.14.083370Daniel Gallaghertir chonaill2.14.834362Ben DalyBanbridge AC2.14.985373Mark BoyleTir Chonaill AC2.16.636363Oisin GallenFinn Valley Ac2.16.837242Roland SurlisAnnalee AC2.17.018366Matthew DohertyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.18.409359Conor EdwardsOlympian Y & A Club2.19.2410371Aodhagan WattersAnnalee AC2.19.7911360Patrick SheridanNewcastle & District AC2.21.6512368Pierre MurchanCeltic DCH2.21.68Girls 1996 Under 17 60m Heat 1 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime187Ciara ArmstrongCity of Derry AC Spartans8.02293Aoibhin McManusCity of Lisburn AC8.60399Rebecca MarquessNorth Belfast Harriers9.164100Niamh BolsterOlympian Y&A Club9.27585Emma HassardLagan Valley AC9.47Boys 1996 Under 17 60m Heat 1 of 3 (W +3)PosNoNameClubTime1174Zac IrwinSligo AC7.282164Cameron PowellCity of Lisburn AC7.663171Kevin McGillOlympian Y&A Club7.794180Josh McIlroyBallymena & Antrim AC7.915173Eoin FarrellLetterkenny AC8.47DQ175Harry WebbUpper Bann ACBoys 1996 Under 17 60m Heat 3 of 3 (W +3)PosNoNameClubTime1169Jack Mc CloskeyCity of Derry AC Spartans7.502176Adam MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC7.603165Conor DurninSt Peters7.704168William RussellKilbarchan AAC7.70Girls 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 1 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime163Grace LawlerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.2275Rhianna CampbellBallymena & Antrim AC8.43370Ruth GillespieTir Chonaill AC8.82476Maire HanrahanNorth Belfast Harriers9.08560Susan O DonohueSliabh Liag9.33DQ62Megan LeightonKilbarchan AACGirls 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 3 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime178Niamh HetheringtonDunshaughlin AC8.36280Victoria BoyceCity of Derry AC Spartans8.37361Katie LarmourCity of Lisburn AC8.55479Naomi MooreFinn Valley Ac8.98568Mia ShepherdKilbarchan AAC9.08Boys 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 1 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime1151Conal DuffyCity of Derry AC Spartans7.922148Owen AgnewBallymena & Antrim AC8.143158John NultyAnnalee AC8.304149Conor NeildLetterkenny AC8.33DNS146Ryan McCarrickNorth Sligo ACBoys 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 3 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime1143Christopher O’LoughlinTir Chonaill AC7.892156Ewan JohnstonKilbarchan AAC8.123163Sean O’BrienLetterkenny AC8.184552Mark CroweBallyclare High School8.195147Matthew SurmanCity of Derry AC Spartans8.25Girls 1997 Under 16 200m A FinalPosNoNameClubTime164Roseanna McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC26.55263Grace LawlerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC27.063225Kate McGowanTir Chonaill AC27.49461Katie LarmourCity of Lisburn AC28.32Boys 1996 Under 17 200m A FinalPosNoNameClubTime1169Jack Mc CloskeyCity of Derry AC Spartans23.582233Owen ScullySt. Laurence O’Toole AC24.023248Ben McKeownBallymena & Antrim AC24.80Girls 1996 Under 17 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime187Ciara ArmstrongCity of Derry AC Spartans7.952551Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill8.22388Megan DevineCity of Derry AC Spartans8.32490Christine CampionCelbridge AC8.41591Emma BradyTir Chonaill AC8.43689Christine LogueOlympian Y&A Club8.45Girls 1997 Under 16 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime163Grace LawlerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.06264Roseanna McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC8.19378Niamh HetheringtonDunshaughlin AC8.34480Victoria BoyceCity of Derry AC Spartans8.36575Rhianna CampbellBallymena & Antrim AC8.40661Katie LarmourCity of Lisburn AC8.63Girls 1997 Under 16 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1456Jade LeeperFinn Valley Ac10.392455Caoimhe BonnerRosses A.C.7.953292Emer Treatycranford ac7.524457Anna SweeneyRosses A.C.7.505458Jamie GannonAnnalee AC7.146294Jean CorballyShercock AC5.907293Katie HoadTir Chonaill AC4.60Boys 1997 Under 16 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1476Ronan JenkinsonCity of Lisburn AC11.892479Alistair DeeringRegent House10.593244Mark HegartyTir Chonaill AC10.554477Gavin Mc LaughlinFinn Valley Ac10.305419Dennis ByrneSliabh Liag10.096475Andrew KennedyNorth Down AC10.007474Andrew Hanway (Guest)Celtic DCH8.70Girls 1997 Under 16 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1196Megan MarrsCity of Lisburn AC1.582197Caitlin RoseCity of Lisburn AC1.453409Tara CarrLetterkenny AC1.404410Hazel EnglishCeltic DCH1.35571Shannon BonnerSliabh Liag1.306198Kathleen CraigLifford AC1.25Boys 1997 Under 16 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1420Ryan McTeerShimna AC1.782421Conor McKinneyLifford AC1.652216Darragh CostiganDunboyne AC (Guest)1.654419Dennis ByrneSliabh Liag1.555156Ewan JohnstonKilbarchan AAC1.505215Jason McGillSliabh Liag1.507230Sam WallaceCity of Lisburn AC1.508155Iseal AkinroyeShercock AC1.50Girls 1997 Under 16 Long JumpPosNoNameClubDistance1225Kate McGowanTir Chonaill AC4.74261Katie LarmourCity of Lisburn AC4.493429Ciara DooganTir Chonaill AC4.24460Susan O DonohueSliabh Liag3.715425Taylor McCoyGrosvenor Grammar School3.616431Leanne GillespieFinn Valley Ac3.42759Blanaid KearneySt Annes AC3.25Boys 1997 Under 16 Long JumpPosNoNameClubDistance1216Darragh CostiganDunboyne AC (Guest)5.432158John NultyAnnalee AC5.303157Joshua MoronRegent House5.174143Christopher O’LoughlinTir Chonaill AC5.015441Ian BrennanFinn Valley Ac4.986215Jason McGillSliabh Liag4.927160Craig NewellBallymena & Antrim AC4.798161Chris KellyLagan Valley AC4.47Girls 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 2 of 2 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime1551Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill26.542229Caitlin StewartKilbarchan AAC27.633241Erin QuinnCity of Lisburn AC27.69DQ239Aisling MooreCeltic DCH27.53Boys 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 2 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime1170Stuart McEwenCity of Lisburn AC23.902168William RussellKilbarchan AAC24.773251Matthew CarlinFinn Valley Ac26.704173Eoin FarrellLetterkenny AC28.06Boys 1996 Under 17 200m Heat 4 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime1233Owen ScullySt. Laurence O’Toole AC24.332172Martin McGeadyCity of Derry AC Spartans25.133171Kevin McGillOlympian Y&A Club26.09DQ167Ryan McIlroyBallymena & Antrim AC24.79Girls 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 2 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime163Grace LawlerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC27.81262Megan LeightonKilbarchan AAC28.11DQ227Hollie DuddyLetterkenny AC29.62Girls 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 4 of 4 (W)PosNoNameClubTime161Katie LarmourCity of Lisburn AC27.952228Megan WynneSt. Laurence O’Toole AC29.633226Karen GallagherLifford AC29.78Boys 1997 Under 16 200m Heat 2 of 3 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime1150Odhran Byrne GildeaNorth Sligo AC24.742231Paul SextonAnnalee AC25.103147Matthew SurmanCity of Derry AC Spartans26.77DQ149Conor NeildLetterkenny AC27.45Boys 1996 Under 17 800m Ht 2 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1383Conor MorrisonLetterkenny AC2.11.162378Conor CrillyBallymena & Antrim AC2.12.223246Dominic MartinCity of Lisburn AC2.12.244392Daniel CosgroveCity of Derry AC Spartans2.22.075247Fionntan CurranCity of Lisburn AC2.29.21Girls 1997 Under 16 800m Ht 2 of 2PosNoNameClubTime1297Nadine KennyUnattached (guest)2.28.062306Aife McSheffreySpringwell Running Club2.30.693307Anna LittleBanbridge AC2.39.854235Katherine KirkLagan Valley AC2.54.035298Niamh McGroaryTir Chonaill AC2.54.976294Jean CorballyShercock AC3.06.91Boys 1997 Under 16 800m Ht 2 of 3PosNoNameClubTime1364Cian McBrideNorth Sligo AC2.01.382242Roland SurlisAnnalee AC2.17.013366Matthew DohertyCity of Derry AC Spartans2.18.404368Pierre MurchanCeltic DCH2.21.68DNS152Callum BestUpper Bann ACGirls 1996 Under 17 60m Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1551Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill8.11288Megan DevineCity of Derry AC Spartans8.19389Christine LogueOlympian Y&A Club8.37490Christine CampionCelbridge AC8.40591Emma BradyTir Chonaill AC8.49696Naomi MorganCity of Derry AC Spartans8.54Boys 1996 Under 17 60m Heat 2 of 3 (W +3)PosNoNameClubTime1181Jordan HyltonLagan Valley AC7.452170Stuart McEwenCity of Lisburn AC7.633179Ciaran CorriganShercock AC7.654172Martin McGeadyCity of Derry AC Spartans7.745167Ryan McIlroyBallymena & Antrim AC7.826178Cameron HoodUpper Bann AC8.36Girls 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime164Roseanna McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC8.31265Eva McMullinTir Chonaill AC8.64374Michelle O’DeaCelbridge AC8.95459Blanaid KearneySt Annes AC9.09566Fionna StrongKilbarchan AAC9.24Boys 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 2 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime1150Odhran Byrne GildeaNorth Sligo AC7.782145Daire CurranLetterkenny AC7.923162Aaron KealyDunshaughlin AC8.004160Craig NewellBallymena & Antrim AC8.045161Chris KellyLagan Valley AC8.40Boys 1997 Under 16 60m Heat 4 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime1155Iseal AkinroyeShercock AC8.012152Callum BestUpper Bann AC8.153157Joshua MoronRegent House8.344144Adam DohertyLifford AC9.00Girls 1996 Under 17 200m A FinalPosNoNameClubTime1551Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill26.47288Megan DevineCity of Derry AC Spartans27.383229Caitlin StewartKilbarchan AAC27.83DQ241Erin QuinnCity of Lisburn ACBoys 1997 Under 16 200m A FinalPosNoNameClubTime1150Odhran Byrne GildeaNorth Sligo AC24.782231Paul SextonAnnalee AC24.893145Daire CurranLetterkenny AC25.694151Conal DuffyCity of Derry AC Spartans25.76Boys 1996 Under 17 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1174Zac IrwinSligo AC7.232169Jack Mc CloskeyCity of Derry AC Spartans7.393176Adam MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC7.554179Ciaran CorriganShercock AC7.63Boys 1997 Under 16 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1150Odhran Byrne GildeaNorth Sligo AC7.652143Christopher O’LoughlinTir Chonaill AC7.953162Aaron KealyDunshaughlin AC7.994155Iseal AkinroyeShercock AC8.005145Daire CurranLetterkenny AC8.016151Conal DuffyCity of Derry AC Spartans8.07 NI & ULSTER JUVENILES DAY 2 RESULTS: DONEGAL ATHLETES EXCEL AGAIN was last modified: February 13th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Independent MEP Marian Harkin is organising a meeting in Brussels on the issue of new rules being imposed by the Department of Agriculture on the owners of commonage land in Donegal and other hill areas of the country.Speaking following a well attended meeting of hill farmers organised by the Hill Farmer Action Group in Letterkenny on Friday, the Independent MEP repeated her view that unrealistic measures, such as unworkable requirements for participation in the Glas Plus Scheme, needed to be addressed by the Minister for Agriculture.“This is a matter for national politics, as I stated at a previous meeting of hill farmers in Westport, but the rural development programme proposed to the European Commission by the Minister has not yet been approved,” said the MEP. “I have been in contact with the Commission and I am prepared to organise a meeting for hill farmers in Brussels when they can explain the practicalities of commonage farming and point out that the Minister’s current proposals are unrealistic and are not conducive to meeting the needs of productive hill farmers or the environment,” she added. HARKIN TO TAKE DONEGAL FARMERS’ BATTLE TO BRUSSELS was last modified: September 7th, 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:commonagedonegalmarian harkinMEP
It is a long way from Carndonagh, but even so, that hasn’t stopped one Donegal rugby club from making the near 12,000-mile round trip halfway across the world for the highly anticipated Rugby World Cup. The Inishowen Rugby Club, Ireland’s most northerly rugby enclave, reached Japan last week before the squads opening game against Scotland on Sunday last. The oval ball has not traditionally reached those parts of Donegal. But it infiltrated Inishowen sometime in the 1970s and is still there.Club President of Inishowen Rugby Club, Anne Scott, and a squad of club members join their fellow countrymen and women in the Asian country, painting parts of the country green in the process.Speaking from Japan on Friday, Anne Scott, said the experience ‘was something else’. She said: “The atmosphere in the Yokohama Stadium (against Scotland) was fantastic and the organisation was second to none.“Japan is a country of contrasts – the old is revered and the new is everywhere. The Japanese people are incredibly helpful and polite and there are many more signs in English than we imagined.“The food is wonderful if you are willing to experiment and chopsticks can be mastered! It is something else.“Roll on the next game against our hosts.”Ireland will take on host Japan on tomorrow morning (Sat) at Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa (08:15am local time). From the Hills of Donegal to the Land of the Rising Sun: Inishowen Rubgy Club reach Japan for World Cup was last modified: September 27th, 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)
QPR travel to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland tonight. Test your knowledge of history involving the two clubs by seeing how many of these five questions you can answer correctly.[wp-simple-survey-79]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 Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook