MANCHESTER UNITED’S trip to Tottenham is set to be the first Premier League game back with all ten matches on TV that weekend.And the Red Devils trip to Spurs’ new ground will feature at least three huge stars with Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba and Harry Kane all set to be fit.4Top-flight football in England is pencilled in to restart on Friday June 12 following the coronavirus lockdown.However, that could be pushed back to Friday June 19 to allay players’ fears about rushing back too soon.And that night’s game will be shown live on TV along with ALL nine other matches that weekend – on Saturday, Sunday and Monday evening.MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United newsThe suggestion is that there will be one live match apiece on Friday and Monday evenings.And the final eight matches will be split equally across Saturday and Sunday, with kick-off times staggered so EVERY match can be watched live on the television.While the schedule is yet to be chosen, it is expected Man Utd’s trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will get the nod, deemed the biggest game of the weekend.4Kane was out with what looked to be a season ending hamstring injury before lockdown.But the delay to the campaign has allowed him to recover.The Spurs striker, 26, went under the knife back in January after being injured in the 1-0 defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day.But Jose Mourinho confirmed the England ace was fit again at the end of April.4 Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford could both be back for the clash between Man Utd and Spurs4 Paul Pogba has recovered from an ankle injury and was pictured training in a park on TuesdayCredit: Eamonn and James ClarkeFor United, Pogba had missed most of the season with an ankle injury.But he was pictured training in a park on Tuesday alongside Anthony Martial, Victor Lindelof and Andreas Pereira.The wantaway midfielder had his move away from the club “arranged” before coronavirus struck – but could now continue his career at Old Trafford.And he looks set for a return to action in North London.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’PicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticNICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himRashford is still recovering from a back injury he suffered in an FA Cup replay with Wolves in January.But he is expected to be available by the middle of June which could see him ready to face the North Londoners.However, the striker’s return to the starting XI may be gradual given it will be around six months after his last outing.Harry Kane has Tottenham shirts hanging on walls of his house from win over Man Utd and first Champions League hat-trick
The Lions levelled the series with victory in Wellington last Saturday after the All Blacks had won the first test.Phillips, who played in five Lions tests across two tours in 2009 and 2013, is confident that Warren Gatland’s side can do the business in the deciding test at Eden Park which “isn’t an intimidating ground”, and become the first Lions team to win a series in New Zealand since 1971.France were the last winners at Eden Park 23 years ago and the All Blacks have won their last 38 matches at their Auckland fortress.But Phillips wrote in The Sun: “Steamrolling the All Blacks, at Eden Park, where they haven’t lost since 1994, and on Kieran Read’s 100th cap, would be some way of winning this series.”And I reckon this lot can do it. New Zealand will be hurting, which is a dangerous thing to have to face.”And even though Eden Park isn’t an intimidating ground at all, there are certain places that get into your head – good and bad.”Phillips said the odds still stacked heavily in the All Blacks’ favour are wide of the mark because “the Lions are favourites” in this decider, after the Welshman, who announced his retirement from rugby in April aged 34, admitted they got lucky in the second test following Sonny Bill Williams’ red card.”They did their best to try to lose it at the Cake Tin by giving away some stupid penalties,” he added.”But fair play, they scored two great tries and got out of jail. Now it will be absolutely epic in Auckland. The physicality and emotional energy should be huge. Photo by: Getty Images (Mike Phillips playing for the Lions in Australia four years ago).
The Spaniard saved a fourth tight begin sport to interrupt subsequent. The lease was what gave him the set with a 6-4 and in the second act he struck once more first. Ramos achieved the ‘break’ in the third sport, at which era his opponent acquired medical consideration on his left foot. The break cooled the Spaniard a bit.Monteiro regained his serve and let go of his left with hazard, however Ramos endured arduous exchanges till he broke once more in the seventh sport. The Brazilian shattered his racket and the Spaniard sealed the victory in his second match ball. The Spanish tennis participant Albert Ramos beat Brazil’s Thiago Monteiro (6-4, 6-4) this Friday to win a ticket to the semifinals of the Santiago de Chile event, of class ATP 250 and that is disputed on land, the place it will likely be measured with the Norwegian Casper Ruud.Bouquets, who will play his first semifinal of 2020, took a duel matched, extra profitable in the necessary moments and common in your sport throughout the two units. The Catalan put the 3-0 in direct duels towards a Monteiro who threatened to beat in the second set.
WESTERN BUREAU:Glenmuir High rallied from two goals down yesterday to stun Kingston College 3-2 in the opening game of an ISSA-FLOW Super Cup triple header at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.Chase Myrie netted the winning goal midway the second half after KC caught them flat-footed early into the contest with two quick strikes.In the evening’s second match, St. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) showed poise in a superb 3-1 win over Charlie Smith High.KC were all over Glenmuir in the early stages of the opening fixture and took the lead in the seventh minute, when Aquem Campbell scored. Rashawn McKinson’s goal from the penalty spot made the score 2-0 in the 14th minute.Glenmuir slowly found their best form and Davis Givans chipped KC goalkeeper Akim Larmond in the 30th minute to cut the deficit in half.In the second half, Glenmuir were rampant. Two late goals from Leroy Bryant and Myrie sealed an excellent win.In the afternoon’s second game, STETHS were irresistible. Their outstanding attacking play was too much for Charlie Smith.The Trench Town-based school took an early lead when Alton Lewis fired them ahead in the fifth minute. Seven minutes later, Romario Wright equalised for STETHS with a rasping shot.The match turned in STETHS’ favour when midfielder Trevar McCulloch netted for the go-ahead goal in the 35th minute. Michael Kerr then completed the scoring for a fine victory.
Pido Jarencio is hoping that this sudden burst of brilliance by his NorthPort crew hasn’t come too late in the day.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES SPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSan Miguel Beer snapped a three-game losing streak later in the night, scoring a 117-100 victory over Phoenix Petroleum.Christian Standhardinger and Marcio Lassiter led the efficient Beermen, combining for 55 points with Standhardinger collaring 14 rebounds and Lassiter issuing eight assists. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Promise kept: Quinto powers Knights past Altas Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Coach Norman Black got Chester Tolomia to contribute and plug that hole, but not even Tolomia’s 18 points off the bench and the 37 of import Allen Durham could save the Bolts from losing a sixth straight game after opening up with a win.The Bolts’ 1-6 record, according to chief statistician Fidel Mangonon III, is the worst start in the franchise’s eight-year participation.Meanwhile, Barangay Ginebra shoots for the first twice-to-beat privilege in the first round of the playoffs and will have all hands on deck for the first time in the tournament as Greg Slaughter and Solomon Mercardo are set to make their return in a Petron Saturday Special Game in Lucena City.The Gin Kings, with a 7-1 record, collide with winless Rain or Shine at 5 p.m. in the only game slated at Quezon Convention Center, where the 7-foot Slaughter and Mercado will make their first appearance in the conference.And while Ginebra will be welcoming its cornerstone back, the Elasto Painters will continue to be without Raymond Almazan, their 6-foot-7 center who has gone Awol.In other developments, commissioner Willie Marcial has announced that teams will no longer be allowed to trade the No. 1 pick starting from the 2019 rookie draft.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “We might just still be able to make it [to the playoffs],” Jarencio said after his Batang Pier weathered several Meralco rallies in the fourth period to carve out a 99-94 decision Friday night at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay, their second straight win in the PBA Governors’ Cup that kept their flickering hopes of advancing past the eliminations alive.“The players worked hard for this. In offense and defense, I just can’t ask for more,” said the outspoken Jarencio after NorthPort rose to 2-6, still out of the magic circle of eight teams that will march on. “We still have a chance, and that’s what’s important.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title San Miguel rose to 3-4, while the Fuel Masters dropped out of the top four at 6-3, the loss coming even with Eugene Phelps shooting 37 points that went with 26 rebounds and six assists.Fines are expected to be meted out after a scuffle erupted with 4:11 left when Calvin Abueva got entangled with San Miguel import Kevin Murphy.Stanley Pringle and Sean Anthony nailed key triples in the endgame that scuttled the last of a series of Meralco comebacks as the Batang Pier pushed the Bolts to the brink of elimination to end a brilliant run of two straight Finals appearances in the season-ending conference.Meralco, the losing finalist to Barangay Ginebra in the last two seasons struggled when starting point guard Baser Amer couldn’t find his mark the entire night.Amer was scoreless in 28 minutes, coming into the game contributing more than 14 a night.ADVERTISEMENT Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal MOST READ Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college View comments Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil
Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew The Pirates will hold a twice-to-beat advantage against the Letran Knights in the Final Four on Oct. 26, while the Lions will also be armed with the same advantage against the Perpetual Help Altas.With the playoffs looming, Fernandez saw the showdown against the Pirates as an opportunity to unleash Canlas, who was scouted by team manager Jude Roque during the 2016 NBTC tournament in Manila.Razor sharp from start to finish, the Lions ended a three-game losing streak in the elimination round to the Pirates, who never got closer than five points in a game where they trailed by as big as 18.“This was a challenge for us because we haven’t beaten Lyceum in the elimination round,” added Fernandez. “Now there’s a lot of pressure for us to go all the way to the finals.”ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum MOST READ Magnolia tries to firm up bid for playoff bonus vs desperate Meralco Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal James Canlas finally showed why he’s been touted as the future star of the San Beda Red Lions.Playing a team that has proven to be a thorn for them in the elimination round the past two seasons, the defending champion Lions turned to Canlas for additional firepower as they held off the Lyceum Pirates, 75-68, to seal the top spot in the Final Four of NCAA Season 94 at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title View comments Graduating stars Robert Bolick and Javee Mocon dished out their usual numbers, but it was Canlas’ lethal combination of speed, athleticism and ability to finish at the rim that gave the Pirates fits in the battle between two teams that figured in the finals last season.“James is the future of San Beda,” a beaming San Beda coach Boyet Fernandez said, referring to Canlas, a Filipino guard with Canadian roots, who fired a season high 18 points and grabbed six rebounds in the Lions’ 16th win against two losses.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“We had to be patient with him. He struggled a bit at the start of the season, but I think with veteran players guiding him, he’s really coming into his own,” Fernandez added.Lyceum dropped to 15-3 and finished the elimination round as the second seed. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES
Virginia abolished parole for all crimes committed after 1994, but because the crime occurred a decade earlier, Beebe was a candidate for early release. “Having waited 20 years for justice, this shortened sentence makes justice feel incomplete,” Seccuro wrote in an e-mail. “I take heart in the knowledge that the punishment for this crime is more certain today in Virginia.” Beebe left the Charlottesville jail without commenting to reporters. He plans to live in Chesterfield, Va. He registered as a sex offender Thursday morning, prosecutor Claude Worrell said. “This matter came to light because he tried to right a wrong,” said his attorney, Rhonda Quagliana. “Mr. Beebe has been sufficiently punished for his misjudgment.” In 2005, Beebe wrote Seccuro a letter of apology as part of AA’s 12-step recovery program. The ninth step calls on alcoholics to make amends to those they have harmed – unless doing so would cause further injury. By Kristen Gelineau THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RICHMOND, Va. – A man who sexually assaulted a fellow University of Virginia student then apologized to her two decades later as part of the Alcoholics Anonymous program was released Thursday after serving less than six months of an 18-month sentence. William Beebe, 42, of Las Vegas, pleaded guilty in November to aggravated sexual battery for attacking Liz Seccuro at a fraternity party in 1984. In March, a judge ordered a 10-year prison sentence with all but 18 months suspended. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
He may have headed Chelsea into an early lead against Liverpool, but football fans couldn’t help but rub it in when Ramires was turned by Philippe Coutinho for the Reds’ equaliser.The Blues midfielder was starting alongside John Obi Mikel in the middle and as his side were defending their lead with the first half about to end, he was turned by compatriot Coutinho, who scored a great goal.And supporters watching the game – it finished 3-1 to Liverpool – were quick to ridicule him, as you can see in these tweets… 1 Coutinho scores against Chelsea
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Fran Clader, spokeswoman for the state Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, which is reviewing the claim on behalf of the State Fire Marshal, said the agency had 45 days to make a decision. “They’ll look it over and make a determination on it,” she said. “If there is no action and the claim is rejected, that will allow the claimant to file a lawsuit.” According to the Fire Marshal’s Office, the incident occurred about 2:30 p.m., after a stunt test – in which a sport utility vehicle explodes on impact from a rocket – failed. “They went in to disarm the (SUV), then they were going to move it,” said Hugh Council, chief of operations with the State Fire Marshal’s office. “When the forklift came to lift it, it detonated.” Wheatley, who was standing near the vehicle, was burned and taken to the hospital. Council said the investigation has wrapped up, but declined to discuss it in detail, citing potential litigation. Eugene Tong, (661) 257-5253 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AGUA DULCE – A Moorpark man who said he suffered severe burns on the set of “Mission: Impossible III” is part of a $30 million claim against the county and city of Los Angeles and the State Fire Marshal’s office. According to the claim filed Dec. 6, Scott Wheatley of Moorpark was burned on more than 60 percent of his body in an explosion during a June 6 stunt shoot at SOS Film Works/Agua Dulce Movie Ranch property on Peterson Road. Wheatley and his wife, Mary Wheatley, each are seeking $15 million from the Office of the State Fire Marshal and the city and county, for suffering, emotional distress, medical expenses, lost wages and other damages. Both claimants allege negligence by the three agencies in their supervision and permitting of the incident. The Wheatleys referred questions to their attorney, who did not return calls for comment.
Almost 300 runners took part in the Convoy Running Club’s 5k last night.The race was won in fine style by Finn Valley’s Pauric McLaughlin followed closely by Gavin Crawford from the Letterkenny 24/7 triathlon club.The following is a list of runners and their times. Overall Bib Name M/F Cat Cat Rank Club Time1 252 Pauric Mclaughin M SM 1 Finn Valley 00:16:092 113 Gavin Crawford M SM 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:16:373 131 ANTHONY DOTHERY M SM 3 00:17:00 4 182 Gareth Kerrigan M SM 4 milford 00:17:225 79 Seamus O Donnell M M40 1 Convoy AC 00:17:476 281 Brian Mccrea M SM 5 Finn Valley 00:17:487 214 Stefan Mccrossan M JM 1 Letterkenny AC 00:17:538 78 Liam Murray M SM 6 Individual 00:17:57 9 74 Bryan McNamee M JM 2 Finn Valley 00:17:5910 441 Enda Mcbride M JM 3 Letterkenny AC 00:18:0111 116 Paul Dillon M SM 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0112 48 Mark Hunter M SM 8 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:03 13 125 John Daly M M40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0514 208 Martin Deviney M SM 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1015 114 Aidan Callaghan M SM 10 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1216 472 Micheal Duffy M SM 11 cranford 00:18:1417 2 Warren Blackburn M SM 12 Convoy AC 00:18:1518 112 Ben George M SM 13 Letterkenny AC 00:18:3519 59 Conor Mc Laughlin M SM 14 Lifford AC 00:18:3620 440 Ryan Stacey M JM 4 Finn Valley 00:18:4921 17 Kevin Connolly M M40 3 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:5122 103 Aaron Cole M M40 4 Individual 00:18:5923 49 John Taylor M M50 1 Individual 00:19:0224 232 Paul Mcgettigan M SM 15 milford 00:19:0425 25 Clint Doherty M SM 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1026 132 PAUL LYNCH M SM 17 00:19:1027 211 Brian Ward M M40 5 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1228 449 Adrian Gill M SM 18 00:19:1329 263 Sean Crossan M M40 6 Finn Valley 00:19:1630 243 Mark Connolly M M50 2 Finn Valley 00:19:1831 282 Alan Mccrea M SM 19 00:19:1932 270 Marty Mccabe M SM 20 00:19:2133 284 Kevin Mcberity M SM 21 00:19:2834 277 Seanmus Nallen M SM 22 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3235 221 Paul Gildea M SM 23 00:19:3336 471 Garlth Duffy M M40 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3837 106 Martin Anderson M M40 8 Finn Valley AC 00:19:4438 104 Barry Mackey M M50 3 Letterkenny AC 00:19:4639 226 John Cannon M M50 4 tirconnell 00:20:0140 177 Charle Gildea M SM 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:0241 279 Denis Bonnar M M40 9 rosses 00:20:1342 110 Alan Catterson M M40 10 Finn Valley AC 00:20:1443 67 Adrain McHugh M M40 11 Individual 00:20:1544 29 Trevor Doherty M SM 25 Individual 00:20:1545 204 GARETH MCCARRON M SM 26 00:20:1946 350 John Mccarron M M40 12 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:2447 436 Dickie Walter M SM 27 00:20:2848 136 TOMMY HILL M M50 5 00:20:2949 107 Sean O’ Leary M M50 6 Finn Valley AC 00:20:3050 152 Richi Duncan M M40 13 Castlefinn Running 00:20:3151 142 EAMON CONNOLY M SM 28 00:20:3452 42 Gavin Harris M M40 14 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:3553 12 Eimear Gallen W F40 1 Finn Valley 00:20:3654 124 Kevin Mcmeniana M SM 29 Lifford AC 00:20:4055 117 Liam Cleary M M40 15 Lifford AC 00:20:4456 203 PHILIP KELLY M SM 30 00:20:4457 186 Clare Keenan W SW 1 Finn Valley AC 00:20:4758 454 John Reid M JM 5 Finn Valley 00:20:5059 40 Kevin Greenan M M50 7 Individual 00:20:5060 473 Sammy Johnston M M40 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5561 477 Oran Odonnell M JM 6 Castlefinn Running 00:20:5662 457 Stephnen Sweeney M M40 17 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5763 249 Michael Duncan M M50 8 Lifford AC 00:20:5864 46 Iggy Houston M M40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:0265 264 Sabrina Mackey W F40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:0666 453 Michael Mcmenanin M M40 19 Finn Valley 00:21:0667 66 Liam McGuire M M40 20 Lifford AC 00:21:0668 253 John Criag M JM 7 Lifford AC 00:21:0869 83 Leoni Mullen W SW 2 Lifford AC 00:21:1070 54 Mark Mailey M SM 31 Convoy AC 00:21:1171 153 Adrian Devine M SM 32 Castlefinn Running 00:21:1772 213 Gabrill Mccrossan M M50 9 Letterkenny AC 00:21:1973 435 Noel Mccormac M M40 21 00:21:2274 97 Niall Barnes M SM 33 Individual 00:21:2275 128 Ciaran melhinney M SM 34 00:21:2276 77 Joe McNulty M M40 22 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:2477 154 Shane Deery M SM 35 Castlefinn Running 00:21:2478 462 Gerard Mcconnell M SM 36 00:21:2679 135 Ciaran QUIGLEY W SW 3 00:21:2780 223 Chris Ashmore M M40 23 00:21:2981 99 Andrew Doherty M SM 37 Individual 00:21:2982 262 Adain Mcfadden M SM 38 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:3083 231 Brendan Patton M M50 10 Finn Valley 00:21:3284 93 Ronan O’ Donnell M JM 8 Individual 00:21:3585 238 James Crossan M SM 39 00:21:3586 95 Fergus Carson M JM 9 Individual 00:21:3687 126 Paddy Tourish M M50 11 Lifford AC 00:21:3888 271 Oghan Mcgill M SM 40 KCR 00:21:4089 119 Brian Boyce M SM 41 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:4190 478 Sabrina Mcgrindder W JW 1 Lifford AC 00:21:4991 176 Cathal Mcbride M SM 42 Convoy AC 00:21:5392 151 Fintan Hagan M M40 24 Castlefinn Running 00:21:5493 476 Jenette Odonnell W SW 4 Finn Valley 00:21:5994 225 John Mcelwaine M SM 43 Lifford AC 00:21:5995 94 Rodger O’ Connor M JM 10 Individual 00:22:0496 109 Andrew Leyton M M40 25 Individual 00:22:0597 138 AMANDA MONAGHAN W F40 3 00:22:0998 65 Eugene McGinley M M40 26 Raphoe Road Runners 00:22:1299 185 Michelle Hunter W SW 5 Finn Valley AC 00:22:13100 31 Rachel Friel W SW 6 Lifford AC 00:22:18101 464 Shane Odonnell M M50 12 Lifford AC 00:22:18102 92 Aidrain O’ Donnell M M40 27 Individual 00:22:26103 202 LIAM HARTE M M50 13 00:22:29104 241 Patrick Mcdaid M M40 28 Lifford AC 00:22:31105 251 Paul Mcnamee M M40 29 Lifford AC 00:22:35106 466 Eugen Mcginley M M40 30 00:22:36107 36 Joe Gallen M M50 14 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:37108 244 Ann Marie Dalton W SW 7 Finn Valley 00:22:38109 470 Howard Roddie M M50 15 00:22:38110 258 Liam Mcmullan M M40 31 Convoy AC 00:22:40111 140 JACKIE TIMONY W SW 8 00:22:45112 438 Willy Breen M SM 44 Convoy AC 00:22:52113 3 Caroline McGuire W F40 4 Finn Valley 00:22:53114 89 Don Smith M M50 16 Convoy AC 00:22:54115 87 Michael Roulston M M60 1 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:57116 102 Abby O’ Connor W JW 2 Individual 00:23:04117 200 PAT BURNE M M50 17 00:23:06118 10 Sarah Doherty W SW 9 Convoy AC 00:23:08119 69 Lindsey Toner W SW 10 Individual 00:23:12120 86 Darren Reid M M40 32 Lifford AC 00:23:23121 123 Liam Daly M M50 18 Lifford AC 00:23:27122 167 Amanda Mcbrearty W SW 11 Castlefinn Running 00:23:29123 118 Noel Mcnulty M M50 25 Lifford AC 00:23:33124 184 Glorii Donaghy W F50 1 Finn Valley 00:23:39125 257 Brendan Mcelhinney M SM 45 Convoy AC 00:23:41126 127 Diamem Murphy M SM 46 00:23:45127 57 Brendan Martin M SM 47 KCR 00:23:47128 245 Franessa Patton W SW 12 Convoy AC 00:23:49129 437 Dianne Stewart W SW 13 00:23:50130 228 Gerard Baxter M SM 48 00:23:52131 448 Larid Mckinley M SM 49 00:23:57132 129 MARTIN LANGAN M SM 50 00:24:00133 206 ROBERT MITCHEL M SM 51 00:24:03134 256 Nail Mcglinchey M M40 33 lifford 00:24:06135 160 Lisa Mcglynn W SW 14 Castlefinn Running 00:24:11136 50 Kevin Kelly M SM 52 Convoy AC 00:24:17137 80 Barry O’Donnell M SM 53 Convoy AC 00:24:20138 465 Johnathan Wilson M SM 54 00:24:22139 173 Richacl Bell W SW 15 Raphoe Road Runners 00:24:24140 250 Rhonda Porter W SW 16 Lifford AC 00:24:24141 150 Eamon Mcconnell M SM 55 Castlefinn Running 00:24:24142 278 Sinead Mcmenmnin W SW 17 Castlefinn Running 00:24:27143 14 Philip Connolly M M60 2 Letterkenny AC 00:24:30144 269 Eamon Porter M SM 56 00:24:31145 161 Joe Oleary M M40 34 Castlefinn Running 00:24:35146 27 Roisin McGinley W F40 5 Lifford AC 00:24:40147 458 Noelle Duffy W SW 18 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:24:47148 105 Josephine Donaghey W SW 19 Individual 00:24:58149 242 Damien Cauldwell M M40 35 Lifford AC 00:24:59150 5 Melaine Sweeney W SW 20 Castlefinn Running 00:25:01151 73 Paula Donaghy W SW 21 Convoy AC 00:25:02152 121 Tommy Mchugh M M50 19 Lifford AC 00:25:03153 60 Emma Bates W SW 22 Convoy AC 00:25:04154 139 CHRISTINE MCNULTY W F40 6 00:25:06155 444 Eamon Oregan M SM 57 00:25:10156 246 Oliva Gillen W SW 23 Convoy AC 00:25:11157 442 Martina Mcdaid W SW 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:25:13158 34 Keith French M SM 58 Convoy AC 00:25:13159 193 Mark Gildea M SM 59 00:25:13160 229 Tina Mchugh W SW 25 00:25:14161 62 Lauren Taylor W JW 3 Finn Valley 00:25:24162 7 Dee Griffin W F40 7 Convoy AC 00:25:25163 181 Elaine Mcgoldrick W SW 26 Castlefinn Running 00:25:27164 222 Marjan Bangert W F60 1 00:25:29165 32 Audrey Friel W F40 8 Lifford AC 00:25:32166 201 BILLY BRODERICK M M50 20 00:25:34167 254 John Criag M SM 60 Lifford AC 00:25:41168 469 Corine Duffy W SW 27 00:25:42169 274 Rajesh Mehan M SM 61 Raphoe Road Runners 00:25:42170 47 Bernie Martin W F50 2 KCR 00:25:45171 205 MARY MARTIN W F60 2 00:25:52172 447 Veronica Patton W SW 28 00:25:57173 260 Daniel Mullan M JM 11 00:25:59174 9 Mary Doherty W SW 29 Convoy AC 00:26:00175 227 Lissa Kilpatrick W SW 30 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:02176 275 Magan Quinn W SW 31 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:04177 101 Niamh Mc Clennan W JW 4 Individual 00:26:05178 461 Emmett Scott M SM 62 00:26:19179 273 Terencew Quinn M M50 21 00:26:26180 64 Declan McCallion M M40 36 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:34181 192 Annakla Gibson W JW 5 Convoy AC 00:26:36182 191 Shona Mollony W F40 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:26:37183 19 Eileen Crawford W SW 32 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38184 20 Stephen Crawford M SM 63 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38185 230 Linda Macbeth W SW 33 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:40186 90 Shauna Coyle W SW 34 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:42187 450 Bianca Crossan W SW 35 00:26:43188 143 CIARAN MCHALE M SM 64 00:26:46189 71 Rosemary Parkinson W F40 10 Convoy AC 00:26:55190 130 EAMON LANGAN M JM 12 00:26:56191 220 Debroha Carrigan W SW 36 00:26:56192 236 Joe Gavin M M40 37 Lifford AC 00:27:00193 147 SONYA GAVIN W SW 37 00:27:00194 280 Lorraine Mcgrinder W F40 11 Lifford AC 00:27:01195 475 Odonnell W F40 12 00:27:05196 474 Kenny Odonnell M M40 38 Finn Valley 00:27:05197 76 Sinead O’Connor W SW 38 Lifford AC 00:27:12198 85 Kayleigh Smith W SW 39 Convoy AC 00:27:13199 172 Lisa Mcglinchey W SW 40 Castlefinn Running 00:27:18200 13 Denise Moss W F40 13 Aghyaran Runners 00:27:28201 261 Gavin Mcdaid M JM 13 00:27:30202 209 Joe Breslin M M60 3 Lifford AC 00:27:40203 148 GABRIL CLARKE M M50 22 00:27:41204 259 Marie Boyle W SW 41 Convoy AC 00:27:41205 141 ELAINE MCGINLEY W F40 14 00:27:43206 445 Elaine Park W SW 42 00:27:45207 234 Yvonne Cairns W F40 15 Lifford AC 00:27:49208 137 BENNY SWEENEY M M40 39 00:27:52209 272 Hazel Long W SW 43 Raphoe Road Runners 00:28:00210 26 Lavinia Culderbanks W SW 44 Convoy AC 00:28:04211 455 Rosmary Monaghan W SW 45 00:28:04212 210 Liam Kelly M SM 65 00:28:06213 82 Caroline Crawford W SW 46 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:10214 240 Loreta Mcnulty W SW 47 Castlefinn Running 00:28:20215 166 Ann Marie Ohagan W SW 48 Castlefinn Running 00:28:23216 207 Mary Curran W SW 49 Lifford AC 00:28:33217 168 Louise Goudie W SW 50 Castlefinn Running 00:28:35218 96 Brandon Mc Anney M JM 14 Individual 00:28:36219 266 Grainne Mcelhinney W SW 51 00:28:36220 98 Amy Boyle W JW 6 Individual 00:28:43221 188 Caroline Mccrouddy W F40 16 Lifford AC 00:28:45222 451 Marie Bonnar W F40 17 00:28:48223 4 Grainne Rice W F40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:55224 224 Clemant Clarke M M50 23 Lifford AC 00:29:01225 8 Dolina Laird W SW 52 Convoy AC 00:29:11226 190 Paul Cullen M SM 66 00:29:14227 247 Claudia Gillen W JW 7 00:29:16228 248 Erin Gillen W JW 8 Convoy AC 00:29:17229 72 Angeleine Driver W F50 3 Individual 00:29:39230 239 Carina Peterson W SW 53 Castlefinn Running 00:29:43231 237 Tresa Mathewson W SW 54 Castlefinn Running 00:29:44232 158 Loretta Mcnulty W SW 55 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51233 439 Ronnie Mcbride M SM 67 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51234 463 Mary Odonnell W F40 19 00:29:55235 267 Francise Spencer W SW 56 00:29:59236 217 Julie Ronahan W SW 57 Convoy AC 00:30:11237 183 Rozw Nelis W SW 58 Raphoe Road Runners 00:30:11238 212 Dianne Arbuckle W F40 20 Lifford AC 00:30:19239 6 Emma Connaghan W SW 59 Castlefinn Running 00:30:24240 468 Cora Gallagher W JW 9 kcr 00:30:29241 467 Mary Gallagher W SW 60 kcr 00:30:30242 23 Grainne Greene W SW 61 Convoy AC 00:30:39243 52 Charlotte Irwin W SW 62 Convoy AC 00:31:10244 24 Emma Mungur W SW 63 Convoy AC 00:31:10245 18 Karen Gallen W JW 10 Individual 00:31:57246 180 Andrea Mccaallion W SW 64 youth reach 00:32:09247 452 Colett Ward W F40 21 00:32:26248 233 Mairead Brown W F40 22 Lifford AC 00:32:27249 187 Noeleen Mccurddy W SW 65 Lifford AC 00:32:28250 43 Laura Harron W SW 66 Convoy AC 00:32:32251 122 Joan Culhoon W F50 4 Lifford AC 00:32:33252 149 KATE MULLAN W F40 23 00:32:33253 146 LAUREN LYNCH W SW 67 00:32:45254 145 ANN LYNCH W F50 5 00:32:46255 255 Iggy Mcguie M M50 24 Lifford AC 00:33:17256 235 Ann Donnell W F40 24 Lifford AC 00:33:20257 30 Julie Cole W SW 68 Convoy AC 00:33:24258 443 Effa Gallahger W SW 69 00:33:25259 481 Kathren Mailey W SW 70 Convoy AC 00:33:39260 84 Alanna O’Leary W SW 71 Individual 00:33:57261 268 Kathleen Oleary W F60 3 00:33:58262 111 Caroline Catterson W F40 25 CKR 00:34:13263 215 Denise Ferguson W SW 72 00:34:14264 456 Tresa Brown W SW 73 00:34:15265 81 Oran Taylor M JM 15 Individual 00:34:24266 156 Eugenie Bolye M M40 40 Castlefinn Running 00:35:06267 144 CHARLENE BOYLE W SW 74 00:35:07268 171 Maud Boyle W SW 75 Castlefinn Running 00:35:08269 75 Aoibhinn Kerrigan W JW 11 Lifford AC 00:35:13270 55 Roisin Kerrigan W SW 76 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:35:18271 37 Clodagh Harris W SW 77 Convoy AC 00:35:34272 88 Louise Arthur W F40 26 Individual 00:35:40273 174 Christine Mccormac W SW 78 00:35:48274 108 Diane Heatherington W SW 79 Convoy AC 00:35:56275 179 Rachal Moore W SW 80 youth reach 00:35:56276 479 Corine Kee W SW 81 killgordon 00:36:35277 133 WESLEY MCCLEAN M SM 68 00:36:51278 169 Louise Ferry W SW 82 Castlefinn Running 00:37:13279 175 Annita Reynolds W SW 83 00:37:28280 170 Marie Lynch W SW 84 Castlefinn Running 00:37:32281 100 Alex Parke M JM 16 Convoy AC 00:37:49282 134 BETTY BURNS W F60 4 00:38:02283 283 Wendy Toland W F40 27 00:38:11284 189 Francis Patton W F40 28 Convoy AC 00:39:00285 480 Darren Mailey M SM 69 Convoy AC 00:40:13286 219 Iris Carrigan W F40 29 00:40:36287 120 Joan Mchugh W F50 6 Lifford AC 00:42:27288 446 Celine Furey W SW 85 00:42:47289 265 Clare Mcdermot W SW 86 00:46:38290 216 Emma Mclaughlin W SW 87 Convoy AC 00:47:49291 218 Lissel Toner W SW 88 Convoy AC 00:47:52292 63 Anne Taylor W SW 89 Individual 00:47:52293 1 Mandy Woods W SW 90 Convoy AC 00:48:18294 460 Madden W SW 91 killgordon 00:50:25295 459 Neil Madden M SM 70 killgordon 00:50:26THE CONVOY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 18th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Convoy 5KdonegalResults