With a new stadium, training ground and supposed top young squad and manager, it is baffling why any star would want to leave.But at Spurs they seem to be queuing up for the exit.Only last week skipper and keeper Hugo Lloris — after all the support he got from Spurs in the wake of his drink-drive conviction — announced in the French press he would like to finish his career in the MLS.4 The form of Dele Alli is a major worry for Spurs, summing up their plightCredit: Getty – Contributor4 Spurs refused to cash in on Christian Eriksen and now he is strugglingCredit: AFPAnd he insisted he loved Pochettino. So what is the problem? Is it the pay?Could be. Tottenham have upped their scale but their best players know they could still earn more elsewhere.Or is it a lack of silverware? Tottenham have not been champions of England since 1961 and not lifted a trophy since the League Cup in 2008.Do the current stars believe losing in the Champions League final is as good as it is going to get?Spurs fans — who have been through far tougher times — should be in dreamland but there is a lot of negativity and Poch has to hold his hands up.How many other managers preview a Champions League semi-final by announcing they could quit if they win?Pochettino seems to have been plotting his exit ever since booking a last-four place against Ajax last season.He then seems to have spent the whole time since moaning about Levy’s failure to back him in the transfer windows.CRACKS IN RELATIONSHIPThere is no doubt two transfer windows without a single signing has come back to bite Spurs on the bum.They tried to make amends in the summer with new additions but Tanguy Ndombele, Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso have suffered lapses in either form or fitness.While there are suggestions Jack Clarke, signed from Leeds for £10m and loaned back, was Levy’s idea and not wanted by Pochettino.It hints at cracks in the relationship between the manager and his chairman.Poch admits there are colleagues at Spurs with different agendas but insists he will try to pull them together.Maybe ‘United’ is the wrong term, as the way things stand you wouldn’t back against him taking over at Old Trafford.Real Madrid could also be in the market for a new boss.Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrongPoch has done a great job but is giving the impression it is the beginning of the end.Ex-Spurs star Jamie O’Hara was spot-on when he said on talkSPORT yesterday: “The problem is the Carabao Cup is another trophy we could have won which we have now lost.“It’s getting to the point where I’m looking at Poch’s interviews and he looks like, ‘I’m on the verge here, I’ve had enough’.”James Maddison speaks after scoring winning goal to beat Spurs at the King Power Stadium HOW apt that a car crash in the old Roman capital of Britain has us all wondering if Mauricio Pochettino is near the end of the road at Spurs.Tuesday’s Carabao Cup shootout defeat in Colchester continued Tottenham’s awful form.4 Manager Mauricio Pochettino is as much at fault for Spurs’ plight this term as chairman Daniel Levy4And Poch now finds himself under pressure just a few months after guiding the club to their first ever Champions League final — which they lost 2-0 to Liverpool.Any Goliath can lose to a David in English cup football. Yet the fight Spurs showed in the former Roman stronghold was more Gus Caesar than Julius.Tottenham, despite making ten changes, should have conquered.Pochettino and his players had not even boarded their chariot back to Londinium when #Pochout was trending on Twitter.But the rot set in at Spurs even before their run to Madrid.Poch blamed the current situation on having an unsettled squad — and he is right.But he is as much to blame as chairman Daniel Levy.It is no secret the manager wanted the likes of Christian Eriksen, Danny Rose and Victor Wanyama out of the door this summer so he could overhaul his roster.QUEUING UP TO LEAVEBut they remain and that is because Levy has ballsed up contract talks or refused to take a hit on player sales.There is no way Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld should be in the final years of their contracts.They should have been tied down or sold. But Levy’s pigheadness is costing his club.Refusing to sell Eriksen in the summer for less than £130million — even though the Dane joined from Ajax for just £11.5m six years ago — is a perfect example of why Spurs are in this mess.
On October 8 the team will be back on the ice from 9:30-10:45 p.m. The team’s third session will be October 10 from 8:00-9:30 p.m. The fourth practice is slated for October 12 from 1:30-3:00 p.m., and the final skate will be on October 15 from 9:30-10:45 p.m. All practices will be at the North Peace Arena.The team will play in two exhibition games against the Fort Nelson Yeti. Those will get underway at 8:30 p.m. on October 18, and 1 p.m. on October 19.For new players there are no fees for trying out, however you are asked to contact Lee Hartman prior to the first session to register for insurance purposes at 250-261-9865, or send an email to email@example.com.- Advertisement –
Seasoned pro Kassim Khan stunned a high-profile field of golfers as he emerged champion of the inaugural Odyssey Transport Golf tournament, which teed off last Sunday.Torrential showers did little to deter the large flock of golfers who were enthused to get themselves further fine-tuned ahead of the Club’s July extravaganza set for a few days from now.Khan landed his first-place finish after scoring 65/9, followed by the likes ofGroup winners and several of those who received gift bags pose with Odyssey CEO Feroze Barakat, Kassim Khan, Aleem Hussain, Mohanlall DinanauthMohanlall Dinanauth, 66/6; and Lusignan Golf Club President Aleem Hussain, 69/11 while the sponsor of the tourney and CEO of Odyssey, Feroze Barakat, played well for his fourth-place finish (70/18).Dinanauth, a former Guyana Open Male Champion, obtained the Best Gross trophy with a score of 72 as the next highly-ranked 10 placers received gift bags, compliments of Barakat in appreciation of the competitive spirit so many golfers exhibited.Those placing in that cohort included – Paton George 72/19; Patrick Prashad 74/9; reigning Guyana Open champ Avinash Persaud 75/2; Ian Gouveia 75/15; Nazeem Haniff 76/8; Maurice Solomon 76/22; Miguel Oviedo 76/28; David Harry 77/12; Joaan Deo 78/17; and Danny Mangra 79/26.Barakat, along with Manager Troy Khan and three other Odyssey staff, was on hand to congratulate the winners and distribute the awards. LGC President Hussain and Dr Joaan Deo, standing in for club Captain Chatterpaul Deo expressed gratitude to Odyssey and the golfers who participated for their contribution to the day’s programme.
SACRAMENTO – The Bush administration has reopened California’s stalled petition seeking to control greenhouse gases after the Supreme Court’s ruling this week that the government can regulate emissions from cars. The action by the Environmental Protection Agency breathes life into California’s effort to become the first state to cut tailpipe emissions from cars, light trucks and sport utility vehicles. It also could influence the outcome of an auto industry lawsuit in California to block the state regulations, contained in a 2002 state law. At stake is California’s 2005 petition to gain an exemption from the federal Clean Air Act. The state wants automakers to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from cars and light trucks by 25 percent and from sport utility vehicles by 18 percent starting in 2009. Eleven other states have since adopted California’s standard. “We’ve reviewed the issues within the waiver request,” EPA spokeswoman Jennifer Wood said Tuesday. “We’re moving forward to the next steps of the process.” The agency next will schedule a public comment period and public hearing. The EPA previously argued that the agency could not regulate greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles because to do so would require an increase in fuel economy standards, something only the U.S. Department of Transportation can set. But in its 5-4 decision Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that the EPA had such authority. “It’s clear EPA has to consider California’s waiver request now,” said Sean Hecht, executive director of the environmental law center at the University of California, Los Angeles. “That doesn’t mean it’s a foregone conclusion with respect to the waiver request.” California has special authority under the federal Clean Air Act to set its own vehicle pollution standards because it began regulating air pollution before the federal government did in the 1970s. Monday’s court ruling also prompted movement Tuesday in a separate lawsuit brought by the auto industry to prevent California from moving forward with its own regulations. The California Air Resources Board, along with several environmental groups, officially notified U.S. District Judge Anthony Ishii of the Supreme Court’s decision. In January, he placed the lawsuit on hold pending a decision by the court. It’s unclear what the next step will be in the case, which is being heard in federal court in Fresno. But both sides said the Supreme Court’s decision favors their argument. “The case will affect all of the pending litigation that California has with both the auto companies and Midwestern energy companies,” California Attorney General Jerry Brown said in an interview Monday with The Associated Press. Raymond Ludwiszewski, an attorney representing the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, interpreted the ruling by the Supreme Court as a directive that greenhouse gas regulations should be crafted at the federal level. “I think the Supreme Court ruling makes it clear that the court viewed global warming as an issue that should be dealt with nationally and not at the state level,” Ludwiszewski said Tuesday.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Safety coordinator with ICBC Diana Pozer says common high-risk behaviour includes failure to yield, following too closely, speeding, and ignoring traffic control devices, as well as unsafe lane changing.Pozer asks motorist to give themselves plenty of time on the road so they don’t feel the need to speed, leave at least two seconds of space between yourself and the car in front of you, and acknowledge that a yellow light indicates a full stop, unless it’s unsafe to do so.“Looking for vulnerable road users like pedestrians, cyclist, motorcyclists – it’s so vital to make sure that you see them and that they see you as well so each knows what your manoeuvre is going to be at the intersection,” explains Pozer. “That’s super important and that’s one of the biggest reasons why we’re really focusing on left turns.”- Advertisement -You can expect to see ICBC’s campaign in action through radio and online advertisements, as well as social media activity.“In communities where there are speed watch volunteers, we ask them to go out and also work with the police to help to encourage drivers to slow down,” says Pozer.This high-risk driving education and enhanced enforcement campaign is an annual occurrence – a partnership between the B.C. government, local police departments and ICBCAdvertisement 100 Avenue and Alaska Highway – 87 crashes100 Street and Alaska Highway turning-lane – 77 crashes100 Avenue and 100 Street – 72 crashes93 Avenue and 96 Street – 63 crashes100 Street and 93 Avenue – 49 crashesThe following are top five intersections in Dawson Creek that are most susceptible to crashes – not specifically injury or death, based on the same five-year average formula.15 Street and Alaska Avenue – 33 crashes17 Street and Alaska Avenue – 31 crashes116 Avenue and 8 Street – 24 crashes104 Avenue and 88 Street – 21 crashes102 Avenue and 8 Street – 19 crashesFollow this link to find the top intersections for crashes in your city through ICBC’s interactive, online map. Regional statisticsICBC’s most recent statistics are based on police-reported data from 2010 to 2014, which were later created into a five-year average from 2009 to 2013.In north-central B.C., an average of 550 crashes have occurred that resulted in injuries or deaths.The following are top five intersections in Fort St. John that are most susceptible to crashes – not specifically injury or death, based on the same five-year average formula.Advertisement
More than a million people across at least 17 countries have been affected, said Elisabeth Byrs of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. People need clean water after their normal sources were contaminated, and emergency food and shelter after fields and houses were washed away. “The rains are set to continue, and we are really concerned about the situation because a lot of people are homeless, and infectious diseases could emerge,” Byrs said by phone from Geneva. It is difficult to say how much rain has fallen; few African countries have meteorological services, and those that do only offer forecasting, lacking the staff and infrastructure to track weather in remote areas. Governments say tens of thousands need aid in Kenya and Ethiopia, which was devastated by flooding last year as well. In Sudan, refugees who had just returned at the end of a brutal civil war had to flee their homes again through waist-high waters in what the government called “the worst floods in living memory.” So far, 119 people have died and tens of thousands been made homeless since the flooding began in mid-June, but the figure may be higher as much of its vast swampland is inaccessible except by air. French military helicopters from the peacekeeping mission in nearby Ivory Coast, which has also been affected, have been deployed to help airlift government-provided food and medical supplies to the needy. In Burkina Faso, Amade Belem, who heads the country’s national emergency management agency, said maize and millet farms were ruined. In the oil giant of Nigeria, 68 people have died and 50,000 are affected, according to the Red Cross. Even the desert nations of Niger, Mali and Mauritania have been hit.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WEATHER: Hundreds of thousands have been left homeless. U.N. says rains also could bring disease. By Katy Pownall THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KAMPALA, Uganda – Torrential downpours and flash floods across Africa have submerged whole towns and washed away bridges, farms and schools. This summer’s rains have killed at least 150 people, displaced hundreds of thousands and prompted the United Nations to warn Saturday of a rising risk of disease outbreaks. In eastern Uganda, nine people have been reported killed and 150,000 have been made homeless since early August. Another 400,000 – mainly subsistence farmers – have lost their livelihoods after their fields were flooded or roads washed away, and the rains are forecast to worsen in the next month. “The problem is getting worse by the hour,” said Uganda’s Minister for Relief and Disaster Preparedness Musa Ecweru, who spent Saturday viewing the affected areas by plane. “Access to some communities is almost impossible. We will need boats and helicopters to deliver emergency interventions,” he added. “In some places, the water is the same color as the earth, so when you look at it, you think it is a field. Then you realize it’s water,” Ecweru said. On the other side of the continent, Ghana in west Africa has also been heavily hit. Three regions in the north, the country’s traditional breadbasket, have been declared an official disaster zone after whole towns and villages were submerged. Torrential rains between July and August killed at least 18 people and displaced a quarter of a million, Information Minister Oboshie-Sai Cofie said Saturday. “It is a humanitarian disaster. People have nowhere to go. Some of them are just hanging out there waiting for help to come at a point,” Cofie said. The Ghanian government had received considerable aid, she said.
Piotr Zielinski in action for Udinese 1 Empoli president Fabrizio Corsi has told Piotr Zielinski to snub Liverpool in favour of a move to Napoli.The midfielder is currently on the books at Udinese but the Italian side are ready to cash in on him after strong interest from several clubs.Liverpool are very keen on the Poland international and have tracked him since January, while Napoli are trying to complete a deal too.But now Empoli president Corsi has waded into the debate and told Zielinski to reject a move to Anfield and stay in Italy.The 22-year-old spent two seasons on loan at Empoli and Corsi believes the player would be best off remaining in Serie A.“I would advise Zielinski to join Maurizio Sarri at Napoli,” Corsi toldRadio Kiss Kiss Napoli.“That’s nothing against Klopp, who has been talking to the player since January.“Therefore Liverpool moved forward, including in the head of the lad, who now has it in his mind to be in the Premier League.”
Donegal Business among National Enterprise Award Finalists GetBrain.fit, an empowering online brain training service which won Best New Business Idea at the 20th Donegal Business Awards, will represent Donegal at the National Enterprise Awards’ Final in Dublin this week.The Donegal Local Enterprise Office supported 171 businesses in Donegal last year, one of which was GetBrain.fit, an empowering online brain training service which won Best New Business Idea at the 20th Donegal Business Awards. Pictured are John McNamara and John Bradley of GetBrain.fit, who will represent Donegal at the National Enterprise Awards’ Final in Dublin this week.Thousands of small businesses from across the country were supported by Local Enterprise Offices in the Local Authorities Network last year and 32 of those businesses have now reached the National Final, which takes place on Thursday, 9th June.The competition has a prize fund of €40,000 and was set up two decades ago to celebrate Ireland’s small businesses and micro-enterprises. Representatives from Local Enterprise Office Donegal and Donegal County Council will be supporting John McNamara and John Bradley, who founded GetBrainFit at the Aviva Stadium. Twelve awards will be presented on the night including eight new regional trophies and the overall winner will receive €10,000 to invest in their business.Ursula Donnelly, Deputy Head of Enterprise with the Local Enterprise Office Donegal says small businesses, sole traders and start-ups are becoming the heroes of the economic recovery across Ireland and these awards are about celebrating their successes and talents: “The Local Enterprise Offices, through the Local Authorities Network, support thousands of small businesses in the community each year and the National Enterprise Awards recognise their remarkable achievements. Having won the Donegal Business Award earlier this year, John McNamara and GetBrain.fit now get the chance to represent their county and, on behalf of the Local Enterprise Office team, I want to wish them the very best of luck.”Updates will be available through www.localenterprise.ie and by following #NEAwards16 on social media.Meanwhile, the results of a recent survey show Donegal’s Local Enterprise Office (LEO) is continuing to drive business forward in the county. The Local Enterprise Office Annual Employment Survey Results 2015 shows that 226 net jobs were created in Donegal by companies supported by the Donegal Local Enterprise Office last year. A total of 370 new jobs were created during 2015 among the Local Enterprise Office’s portfolio of 171 grant–aided businesses. Total employment in the 171 businesses was 1,132 full-time and part-time employees.For more information on how Donegal’s Local Enterprise Office can help your business, contact a member of the team on 074 9160735 or visit https://www.localenterprise.ie/Donegal/GET BRAIN FIT TO REPRESENT DONEGAL AT THE NATIONAL ENTERPRISE AWARDS’ FINAL IN DUBLIN was last modified: June 8th, 2016 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:get brain fitlocal enterprise authoritynational enterprise
UPDATED: FIREFIGHTERS are tackling a blaze tonight at a €1.3M 200-year-old country mansion – there are no reports of any injuries.The inferno at the Sharon Glebe outside Manorcunningham broke out around 8pm.A number of fire tenders from the surrounding area are attending the scene. The early 19th century period residence had been on the property market in recent times.It is set in 5.5 acres of gardens.The former rectory is a huge house – stretching to 5,600 square feet.Tonight flames are flying out of the top of the mansion. It was recently described as “one of the finest period residences to come on the market in recent times.”Estate agents added: “This property has been lovingly restored to an exceptionally high standard, creating a beautiful home with a lovely combination of old charm coupled with modern conveniences. Sharon Glebe has classic period features such as high ceilings, working shutters, archway and cornices.” Sharon GlebeUPDATED: FIREFIGHTERS TACKLE BLAZE AT DONEGAL COUNTRY MANSION was last modified: March 8th, 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:donegalfiremanorcunninghammansionSharon Glebe
There’s a fine looking ‘woman’ hitting the trackPIX: CONOR McGONAGLE…Pink was definitely the colour as hundreds of women (and one or two suspected men!) braved windy and at times wet conditions at Finn Valley earlier today for the Rundonegal Women’s 5k.Proceeds on this occasion are going to Paedriatric Unit LGH to purchase a recovery incubator for new born babies.(There was an inquiry afterwards when Eunan McBride came 8th!) 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Murray00:32:04SWIndividual184809Dervla Broderick00:32:05SWIndividual185937Brigid Moore00:32:11SWIndividual186946Sandra McCann00:32:14SWIndividual187944Emma Coyle00:32:18SWIndividual1881770Maíréad Gallen00:32:19SWAghyaran Athletics189256Jacqueline Monaghan00:32:19SWPettigo Runners190795Marie Duffy00:32:30SWIndividual191168Fionnuala Mc Bride00:32:38MWCastlefinn Runners192489Eva Mc Closkey00:32:41SWIndividual193160Donna Curran00:32:44SWCastlefinn Runners194803Teresa McMenamin00:32:50SWFinn Valley A C195252Betty Gallen00:32:55MWFinn Valley A C196817Collette Ward00:32:56SWIndividual197967Catherine Myles00:32:56swIndividual198966Joanne Campbell00:32:58SWIndividual199797Louise Gallagher00:33:03SWIndividual200798Jackie Patton00:33:03SWIndividual201948Aishling Sweeney00:33:11SWIndividual202950Mary McGeever00:33:11SWIndividual203295Sharon Kelly00:33:18SWPettigo Runners204872Crona McAnerin00:33:25SWPettigo Runners205943Jannette McCrudden00:33:30SWIndividual206208Frances Spencer00:33:30SWTír Chonaill A C207842Cecilia Sherdian00:33:31SWIndividual208267Zoe Irwin00:33:35SWFV Fit4Life209952Marian McCaul00:33:39SWIndividual210949Roisin McGeever00:33:52SWIndividual2111769Amy Gibbons00:33:55JWFinn Valley A C212871Chloe Britton00:34:01JWPettigo Runners213870Caroline Britton00:34:02JWPettigo Runners214942Gillian Doran00:34:12SWIndividual215270Ann Mc Menamin00:34:12SWFV Fit4Life216827Marianne Mitchell00:34:22SWIndividual217223Rosemarie Sharkey00:34:23MWIndividual218174Louise Goudie00:34:51SWRaphoe Runners219230Finola Mc Govern00:34:52SWIndividual220998Emma McCreary00:34:53SWIndividual221229Linda Mc Hugh00:34:54SWIndividual222848Lorraine Kee00:34:54SWIndividual223930Noreen Whelan00:34:56SWIndividual224963Una Gallagher00:35:10SWCastlefinn Runners225964Nuala McGinty00:35:11SWCastlefinn Runners2261775Annette Gildea00:35:34SWFinn Valley A C227164Geraldine Mc Glinchey00:35:35SWCastlefinn Runners228163Andriena Mc Glinchey00:35:43SWCastlefinn Runners229982Ashleen Temple00:35:49SWIndividual230818Shareen McCrudden00:35:49swCastlefinn Runners231197Patricia O’Brien00:35:52SWAghyaran Athletics232920Aoife Kelly00:35:53JWIndividual233934Caroline Catterson00:36:09SWFinn Valley A C234203Angela Mc Hugh00:36:23MWIndividual235993Mary Penrose00:36:40JWFinn Valley A C236777Deirdre Hegarty00:36:43SWIndividual237776Cathy Nee00:36:44SWIndividual238989Fionnuala Toyle00:36:48SWIndividual239841Demmi Anderson00:36:49SWIndividual240204Sharon Wray00:36:51SWIndividual241915Rosleen McGonigle00:36:51SWFinn Valley A C242829Geraldine McGregor00:36:55SWIndividual243921Jacqueline Lynch00:37:26SWIndividual244218Kathryn Mc Brearty00:37:48SWIndividual245935Vivian Merritt00:38:10SWIndividual246980Amanda Scott00:38:18SWIndividual247988Margaret Lee00:38:48SWIndividual248913Emer Boyle00:39:10SWIndividual249845Deirdre Moy00:40:17SWIndividual250846Roisin Moy00:40:20SWIndividual251847Monica Bates00:40:53SWIndividual252968Liz Gallen00:40:53SWIndividual253264Patricia Browne00:41:27SWIndividual254262Noreen Gallagher00:41:49SWIndividual255922Pauline McNamee00:42:20SWIndividual256822Hazel Russell00:42:20SWIndividual257801Alice Scott00:42:42SWIndividual258850Mary Kelly00:43:12SWIndividual259849Lucia Kelly00:43:16SWIndividual260825Aoife Slevin00:43:24SWIndividual261824Siobhan Gallagher00:43:24swIndividual262250Audrey Crawford00:43:34MWFV Fit4Life263266Mary Byrne00:43:34MWFV Fit4Life264492Marina Mangan00:44:24SWIndividual265491Sinead Collins00:44:24MWFinn Valley A C266787Mary Leonard00:44:24SWPettigo Runners267259Gerardette Mc Laughlin00:44:24SWIndividual268924Mary Monaghan00:44:33SWIndividual269917Shauna Kelly00:44:36SWIndividual270919Kay Gallen00:44:36SWIndividual271832Helen Shiels00:44:38SWIndividual272831Ann Patterson00:44:38SWIndividual273851Alice Gregg00:45:52SWIndividual274852Julie Healy00:45:52SWIndividual275996Mary Jo McGranaghan00:46:24SWIndividual276997Molly McGranaghan00:46:24JWIndividual277796Mary Duffy00:46:24SWIndividual278206Lisa Carlin00:46:24SWIndividual279992Clare Kane00:46:41SWIndividual280840Melanie Anderson00:48:20SWIndividual281783Mary McDermott00:48:20SWIndividual282782Kathleen Coyle00:48:24SWIndividual283836Isobel McNulty00:48:24SWIndividual284918Marie O Brien00:48:25SWIndividual285784Alison Johnston00:50:38SWIndividual2861774Annice Gallen00:50:38JWAghyaran Athletics287873Bernie Thompson00:51:18SWIndividual PICTURE & RESULTS SPECIAL FROM THE RUNDONEGAL 5K was last modified: April 6th, 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:2014Finn Valley ACLGHResultsRunDonegal 5k