Fans can’t get enough of Mayank Agarwal’s picture with his grandparents

first_imgAdvertisement b4kwxNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsaqw57bWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E8fdk( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) hmolWould you ever consider trying this?😱4e45rrCan your students do this? 🌚a2jRoller skating! Powered by Firework Advertisement Mayank Agarwal, who had fans going crazy after his double century against South Africa and Bangladesh, has yet again won his fans over with a photo with his grandparents that he posted on twitter captioned “20 years ago when we moved into our home, my grandfather took me for this walk. Even today, after I come back from every tour, the tradition continues.” Mayank’s fans have showered him with love in the comments.Advertisement The Karnataka opener played his first Test match last year in Australia, but it has not taken long for him to emerge as the star of the second Test match after hitting double centuries. The debutante scored 76 at the Boxing Day Test match. After his superb performance at the Test match, he is now one of the top 10 Test players.After an impressive 76 score, the player kept showing off his capability in the match between India and South Africa, where he scored a century. He kept the spirits up and scored another 100 on the grounds of Indore, during the match between India and Bangladesh.Fans have yet to see whether their favourite opener can make it a triple century when India will play against New Zealand in the upcoming two-Test series, next year. Advertisementlast_img read more

‘Street Child Liberia’ Wants Local Support For Family Business Scheme

first_imgShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) The Liberian business community is being asked to urgently provide financial and material assistance to Street Child Liberia in order to make an exceptional impact in its efforts to reduce poverty among the poor in the country.The appeal made by Street Child Liberia’s Program Director Michael John Bull, last Sunday, in Chocolate City, Gardnersville, when his organization delivered grants, totaling U$22, 610 to the parents of the 211 children in its program.Director Bull said the provision of the grant was part of Street Child of Liberia Family Business Scheme that provides financial assistance to parents to enable them provide sustenance for their children.“Once we have put the children in school,” Bull said, “our concern is how to sustain the family so that the child who was once on the street, does not return to the street, he said. “Therefore, through Street Child UK, Street Child Liberia is able to provide the funds, after the beneficiaries were carried through two days of [training in] what it entails to start and sustain a business.“So, we offer a business support program, the Family Business Scheme,” he said, “but to get majority of the poor to benefit from the program, the Liberian business community must show interest and support us.”He told the Daily Observer that these business opportunities are expected to create a secure and sustainable future for the child or children, whose parents are being supported.“If we can get this program funded by the local business community,” he said, “it will make a lasting impact on the effort to help poor parents keep their children in school.”Other ambitious projects, he said, include the support for 400 amputee children to whom Street Child Liberia would be providing prosthetics, along with medical care for their upkeep.“This involves children who have suffered amputation,” Bull said. “The amputation could have come through any other means.”He said Street Child Liberia will sponsor more than 400 street children in school after uniting them with their parents.last_img read more

Igloo Ice Cream customers win cash

first_imgEighteen Igloo customers started the New Year with extra money in their pockets after winning a total of $180,000 in the Igloo Cash Reward promotion.A customer at the Stabroek Market Branch pulls the name of a lucky winner in the Igloo Cash Rewards promotion drawing, coordinated by Marketing and Promotion Supervisor at Sterling Products Limited, Dellon LynchThe winners’ names were pulled at three drawings at Igloo outlets located at the East Bank Public Road, Stabroek Market and Enmore, East Coast Demerara, with winners for the months of November and December.Marketing and Promotion Supervisor at Sterling Products Limited, Dellon Lynch explained that the customers who shopped at any Igloo outlet in November and December had the opportunity to submit their names for a chance to win cash.The winners of $15,000 cash awards are Candaice Ames, Malikai Boodhill, Keshia Radlins, Carol Jordan, Jaclin Blair and Manawattie Badrinarain. The $10,000 winners are D Dannet, Laurel Boodie, Claire Johnson, Marlon King and Entini James. Meanwhile, the six winners of $5000 each are Hermenie Pellew, Nandanie John, Richard Lovell, Nneka Bentick, Janet Mayers and Joeann Jackson.last_img read more

Alim Shah Stores dropped from uniform voucher programme

first_img…“victimisation” by Govt for column, claims Ryhaan ShahThe management of Alim Shah Stores, Regent Street and Corentyne, notes that their stores have been dropped from Government’s School Uniform Voucher programme for the first time since the programme began under the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Government.From the list issued by the Education Ministry in its full page advertisement it appears that Alim Shah is the only business that has been singled out for omission this year. The management feels that this is a direct result of Alim Shah’s daughter, Ryhaan Shah, a columnist of Guyana Times, being critical of the Granger Administration.According to Ryhaan Shah, “as an Indian rights activist” she was also very critical of the PPP/C Government but her father’s business was never singled out for victimisation under that government. She feels Guyana is moving once again into dangerous territory where “criticism of the Government is being stifled and any critics will be aware that they will pay a heavy price.”Since the Alim Shah stores provide competitively priced school uniforms, the management feels that while government’s decision to drop the stores might affect business, the shops will continue to do back-to-school business. “It will also affect the local manufacturers who employ people to sew the uniforms for us, but we’ll all manage,” Alim Shah said.Alim Shah has been in business since 1947 and noted that the business survived the worst of the Burnham era: “Being dropped is a setback but we’ll continue to do business. Our good prices and product will continue to attract customers. I’m very disappointed with the Granger Government’s decision but I’ve lived through it all and this will not break us.”Ryhaan Shah says she is very troubled that government has taken this decision to “victimise her father and her father’s business. He’s 90 years old and has never hurt anyone. This is plain cowardice. Why not come after me?” she said.last_img read more

Municipalities Coalition welcomes new local members

first_img“Working as a member of the Coalition provides additional value to our members because the Coalition brings everyone together to find effective solutions.”The Coalition has three mayors actively involved: Fort St. John’s Lori Ackerman, District of Taylor’s Rob Fraser, and Northern Rockies Regional Municipality’s Bill Streeper. All the respective mayors expressed their excitement to see new members joins the coalition.“The Coalition was always meant to be a diverse group of members from throughout Northeast BC coming together to work on issues of mutual interest. The addition of these business groups confirms our vision,” said Mayor of Fort St. John, Lori Ackerman.“We look forward to moving forward with the help of these new members and working on behalf of everyone in the region.”Along with their new members, the Coalition will advocate for the Provincial government to fully monitor and enforce B.C.’s tax and labour laws and regulations in relation to out of province contractors and businesses, in addition to their advocacy of the Province, and industry, ‘maximize utilization of B.C.’s local work force and businesses.’Advertisement “Our Chamber appreciates the work the Coalition has undertaken so far,” Tony Zabinsky, President of the Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce, stated.“It has become the voice of responsible resource development in Northeast BC. Our involvement in the first Upstream Update Forum also demonstrated what can happen when municipalities and business work cooperatively together and speak with one voice.”On the other side of the Peace River, Dawson Creek & District Chamber of Commerce President, Anjula Benjamin says they are pleased to support the Coalition’s goals and objectives as new members.“The Coalition’s ability to undertake research, develop solutions for the challenges and opportunities in Northeast BC and work with governments and industry to implement these solutions, in our view, is the real value of the Coalition,” Benjamin says, adding that businesses in Dawson Creek face similar challenges to others in Northeast BC.Advertisement With that in mind, the Coalition acknowledge the New West Trade Agreement and it’s mandate. The Coalition says B.C. businesses are prepared ‘to compete on a competitive bid basis’ and ‘pride themselves on delivering high quality, cost competitive work in an environment where safety is the top priority.’“BC businesses are also not opposed to competing with out of province contractors bidding on the same work but seek assurances that out of province contractors are abiding by all of BC’s tax, labour laws and regulations.”Heading forward, the Coalition has started a series of meetings with Minister of Public Safety Mike Morris and other officials in Prince George. Meetings begin today, and end on Wednesday.A meeting with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producer’s B.C. manager in Prince George is also on the agenda, in the same time frame. The Coalition is looking to ‘inform and work with CAPP and other out of province industry associations to increase awareness and cooperation related to creation of a level playing field for BC businesses,’ in this meeting.According to the Coaliton’s strategic plan, they will be developing a strong advocacy project, and trying to regularly meet with the premier, ministers, public officials and industry to achieve their vision.Advertisementcenter_img FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Northeast BC Resource Municipalities Coalition has welcomed new members to help build the municipalities of the Northeast.Energy Services BC, Northern BC Truckers Association, and both the Fort St. John and Dawson Creek Chambers of Commerce are the newest members of the Coalition. They’ve joined after attending the first-ever Upstream Update Forum at the Pomeroy Hotel in November, where their interest was piqued.Energy Services BC Executive Director, Art Jarvis, says their members will benefit from joining forces with the Coalition, adding that the Mayors in Northeast B.C. have continued to be a strong voice for the municipalities, and the responsible development of our resources.- Advertisement -Northern BC Truckers Association Director, Tyler Kosick, said the first Upstream Update Forum demonstrated the value of the Coalition.“The Upstream Update Forum brought together representatives from industry, communities, First Nations, industry associations and the Province of B.C.,” he stated. “It allowed us all to discuss issues of mutual interest in a very respectful, inclusive environment. We’re pleased to become a member of the Coalition and actively support our mutual goals.”They have worked with the Coalition to establish strategic objectives to ensure resource communities and businesses have a united voice in all issues related to sustainable development in NEBC.Advertisementlast_img read more

Check out this superb solo goal from ‘top Liverpool target’ Marco Reus

first_imgWe’ve already seen plenty of quality goals during pre-season, but German winger Marco Rues proved why he is so coveted this summer with a superb solo goal against Juventus.Reportedly Liverpool’s primary target following the exit of Raheem Sterling to Manchester City, the World Cup winner sprinted the length of the pitch before nutmegging a defender and lashing the ball into the back of the net.Could this strike tempt the Reds into making a big money bid before the transfer window shuts?Check out the stunning goal below! Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus 1last_img read more

CONFIRMED: Premier League divers to be BANNED from 2017/18 season

first_img1 The Football Association has voted in favour of introducing retrospective bans for players who dive or feign injury from next season.The new offence of ‘successful deception of a match official’ is based on a law already used in Scotland and was approved at the FA’s annual general meeting at Wembley on Thursday.Incidents will be reviewed by a panel comprised of an ex-manager, ex-player and an ex-referee, and they watch the footage independently. If they are unanimous in believing a player deceived a match official, the sanction will be a two-match ban.This process is similar to the one already used for red-card offences which were missed at the time but caught on camera, and the cases will be fast-tracked.In a statement, the FA said: “Although attempts to deceive the referee by feigning injury or pretending to have been fouled is a cautionable offence for unsporting behaviour, the fact that the act of simulation has succeeded in deceiving a match official and, therefore, led to a penalty and/or dismissal, justifies a more severe penalty which would act as a deterrent.”If a player admits to a charge of successfully deceiving an official, or is found to have done so, any yellow or red card given to an opposing player, as a result of the deceit, can be rescinded.The new rule will apply across English football and has been supported by the English Football League, the League Managers Association, the Premier League and the Professional Footballers’ Association.Simulation has been an issue in the game for years and there have been a number of notable cases this season, including Robert Snodgrass’ dive to earn a penalty for Hull against Crystal Palace and other alleged incidents involving the likes of Leroy Sane, Dele Alli and Marcus Rashford.The Scottish Football Association introduced its ‘rule 201’ in 2011 and spent several years trying to convince FIFA that is was not going too far in taking decision-making away from officials on the day – something world football’s governing has traditionally been very reluctant to do.However, recent moves to introduce goal-line technology and video assistant referees indicate that even FIFA realises match officials need more help and supporters want better decisions.With England and Scotland having permanent seats on FIFA’s law-making body, the International Football Association Board, bans for divers could soon become a worldwide policy.last_img read more


first_imgMORE than two hundred runners turned out tonight to help raise money for Donegal race walker Brendan Boyce’s Olympic journey.Hundreds of people lined the streets around Milford for the 5k walk/run to help the local hero ahead of this summer’s Games.The runners results are below: Milford /Boyce olympic fundPlace  Race No.  Time  FirstName  Surname  Category  Club1 649             15.48           Michael           Black                   SM            Letterkenny A C2 619             16.13           Kieran             Mc Bride              JM            Letterkenny A C 3 681             16.17           Gary               Crossan               SM            Letterkenny A C4 675             16.59           Gerard            Mc Granaghan      SM            Letterkenny A C5 618             17.04           Declan            Doherty               SM            Individual6 704             17.06           Noel               Diver                   SM            Rosses A.C.7 713             17.11           Ciaran             Crawford              SM            Letterkenny A C 8 715             17.12           Humphry          Murphy                M50           Letterkenny A C9 691             17.13           Brian               Ferry                   SM            Individual10 662             17.19           Pat                 Hegarty                M50           Finn Valley A C11 617             17.39           Hugh              Duffy                   SM            Individual 12 514             17.46           Michael           Duffy                   SM            Cranford A C13 620             17.53           Shaun             Friel                    SW           Individual14 672             17.54           Padraig           Friel                    SM            Letterkenny A C15 673             18.02           Glen               Duncan                SM            Letterkenny A C16 613             18.09           Jason             King                    M40           Letterkenny A C17 684             18.18           Annraoi           Cheevers             SM            Letterkenny A C18 516             18.24           Gareth             Kerrigan               SM            Individual19 669             18.28           Gareth             Mc Laughlin          SM            Inishowen A C20 686             18.30           Joe                 Gallagher             SM            Individual21 665             18.35           Lee                 Gildea                 SM            Letterkenny A C22 725             18.40           Raymond         Birth                    SM            Individual23 658             18.52           Christopher      Murray                 SM            Cranford A C24 651             18.53           Paul                O’ Gara                SM            Individual25 735             18.56           Barry               Coyle                  SM            Individual26 531             18.59           Hugh              Coll                    SM            Individual27 559             19.04           Mathew            Sweeney              Walker       Letterkenny A C28 731             19.08           Ciaran             O’ Donnell            M40           Letterkenny A C29 622             19.09           Derek              Gillespie              SM            Rosses A.C.30 643             19.10           Tommy            Mc Bride              SM            Individual31 630             19.15           Kieran             Gallagher             SM            Individual32 535             19.17           Tim                 Flanagan             SM            Individual33 695             19.20           Garvin             Mc Closkey           SM            Letterkenny A C34 639             19.28           John Anthony   Mullan                 SM            Letterkenny A C35 532             19.32           Raymond         Mc Gahey             SM            Individual36 724             19.34           Hugh              Ferry                   SM            Individual37 716             19.35           Liam               Marley                 SM            Cranford A C38 644             19.37           Seamus           Morrisan              M40           Letterkenny A C39 688             19.41           Brian               Doherty               SM            Individual40 539             19.44           Michael           O’ Hara                SM            Individual41 732             19.46           Irene               Mc Fadden           SW           Letterkenny A C42 572             19.47           Michael           Gallagher             Walker       Individual43 666             19.48           Paul                Mc Monagle          SM            Individual44 585             19.49           Brendan          Boyce                  Walker       Letterkenny A C45 709             19.50           Boyd               Robbinson           SM            Individual46 616             19.51           Paul                Cosgrove             M45           Letterkenny A C47 602             19.54           Patrick             Carr                    SM            Individual48 694             19.55           Mary Curley      Coyle                  SM            Individual49 655             19.57           John               O’ Doherty            SM            Individual50 652             19.58           Mark               Mc Paul                SM            Individual51 703             19.59           Lucy               Backes                SW           Cranford A C52 664             20.01           Richard           Raymond             M50           Letterkenny A C53 693             20.02           Gualter            Graca                  SM            24/7 Triathlon54 606             20.06           Kevin              Loughrey             SM            Individual55 657             20.14           Dale                Gallagher             SM            Individual56 511             20.22           Sinéad            Peoples               SW           Tír Chonaill A C57 733             20.23           Marie              Boyle                  SW           Letterkenny A C58 642             20.25           Lester              Dobson               M40           Letterkenny A C59 512             20.26           Manus             Peoples               M50           Individual60 517             20.42           James             Gibbons               M50           Finn Valley A C61 518             20.50           Selvester          Hiemstra              SM            Individual62 543             20.53           Seamus           Ferry                   SM            Individual63 738             20.55           Sean               Keaveney             SM            Individual64 637             21.08           Brian               Boyce                  SM            Letterkenny A C65 621             21.10           Hugh              O’ Donnell            SM            Individual66 576             21.15           Mathew            Johnston             Walker       Individual67 640             21.23           Liam               Kelly                   SW           Individual68 603             21.24           Terry               Mc Fadden           SM            Individual69 586             21.25           Evan               Hewitt                  Walker       Individual70 727             21.26           John               Scanlan               SM            Individual71 728             21.34           Damien            Daly                    SM            Individual72 501             21.35           Tara                Friel                    W40          Individual73 739             21.39           Johnny           O Hare                 SM            Individual74 680             21.40           Kenny             Graham               SM            Individual75 638             21.41           Declan            Mc Elwaine           SM            Individual76 690             22.03           Margaret          Shiels                  SW           Letterkenny A C77 706             22.15           James             Doherty               SM            Individual78 678             22.28           Danny             Gallagher             SM            Individual79 527             22.28           Aidan              Cannon               SM            Individual80 689             22.39           Joe                 Boyce                  SM            Individual81 550             22.41           Brendan          Mc Elhinney          SM            Individual82 549             22.42           Manus             Boyce                  SM            Individual83 635             22.44           Fin                 Begley                 SW           Individual84 631             22.45           Danny             Mc Daid               M60           Letterkenny A C85 507             22.46           Nigel               Black                   M40           Letterkenny A C86 560             22.47           Dylan              Dorrian                Walker       Individual87 718             22.48           Corney            Mc Mullen             SM            Individual88 697             22.54           Frances           Diver                   SM            Individual89 632             23.01           Liam               Doherty               SM            Individual90 626             23.04           Patrick             Ferry                   SM            Individual91 590             23.14           Shane             Erwin                  Walker       Individual92 629             23.29           Aidan              O’ Donnell            SM            Individual93 677             23.30           Tony               Mc Gettigan          SM            Letterkenny A C94 720             23.33           Debbie             Houston               SW           Individual95 636             23.34           Serena            Mc Daid               SW           Individual96 654             23.35           Dympna           Barrett                 SW           Individual97 692             23.36           Joanne            English                SW           Letterkenny A C98 583             23.38           Rebeca            Ryan                   Walker       Milford A C99 929             23.44           Ailing              Gallagher             Walker       Individual100 525             23.49           Aoife               Mc Ewlaine           SW           Individual101 601             23.57           Michael           Friel                    SM            Individual102 506             24.02           Gerry              Bryceland             M45           Individual103 685             24.06           Laurna             Mc Laughlin          SW           Individual104 712             24.06           Siobhan           Mc Hugh              SW           Individual105 711             24.16           Michael           Mc Hugh              SM            Individual106 610             24.18           Marie              Kerr                    SW           Individual107 646             24.21           Malacey           Cannon               SM            Individual108 641             24.22           Declan            Mc Cafferty           SM            Individual109 719             24.30           Noel               Gillespie              SM            Individual110 561             24.30           Ciaran             Friel                    Walker       Individual111 596             24.33           Ronan             Doherty               Walker       Individual112 726             24.34           Alun                Mc Nulty               SM            Individual113 611             24.37           Kathleen          Kelly                   SW           Individual114 513             24.37           David              Lenoard               SM            Individual115 679             24.38           Anthony          Hegarty                SM            Individual116 536             24.41           Josie              Flanagan             SW           Individual117 696             24.47           Aodh              Mc Cormick          SM            Individual118 714             25.02           Gary               Rodgers              SM            Individual119 687             25.03           John Paul        Sweeney              SM            Individual120 578             25.04           Ryan               Moore                 Walker       Individual121 625             25.06           Tommy            Gallagher             SM            Individual122 699             25.07           Catherine         Mc Kinley             SW           Individual123 698             25.08           Fiona              Wasson               SW           Individual124 743             25.28           Marina             Andricic               SW           Individual125 547             25.29           Steven             Stewart                SM            Individual126 591             25.30           Mark               Erwin                  Walker       Individual127 683             25.31           Sonia              O’ Donnell            SW           Individual128 740             25.32           Paul                Mc Closkey           SM            Individual129 538             25.35           Joe                 Mc Daid               SM            Individual130 723             25.36           Jackie             Barrett                 SW           Individual131 520             25.36           Gerard            Hardiman             SM            Individual132 508             25.38           Sinead            Black                   SW           Individual133 628             25.39           Stacey             Hegarty                SW           Individual134 650             25.40           Lynette            Morgan                SW           Individual135 736             25.46           Laura              Peoples               SW           Milford A C136 737             25.47           Ailish              Mc Clay               SW           Milford A C137 656             25.55           Shauna            Walsh                 SW           Individual138 903             25.57           Gavin              Mc Fadden           Walker       Individual139 668             25.58           Clodagh          Mc Gee                SW           Individual140 523             25.59           Paula              Hegarty                SW           Cranford A C141 729             26.30           Caroline          Mc Ateer               SW           Individual142 577             26.31           Ciaran             Sweeney              Walker       Individual143 503             26.32           Agnes             Ryan                   SW           Individual144 502             26.33           Paul                Ryan                   SM            Individual145 609             26.34           Peter               Mc Laughlin          SM            Individual146 667             26.35           Rosemary        Mc Gee                SW           Individual147 519             26.38           Tanya             Hardiman             SW           Individual148 528             26.47           Jennifer           Gardiner              SW           Individual149 530             26.54           Niall                Doran                  SM            Individual150 676             27.01           Laurna             Mc Gettigan          SW           Letterkenny A C151 624             27.06           Declan            Friel                    SM            Individual152 509             27.08           Helen              Mc Bride              SW           Individual153 529             27.10           Andrea            Curran                 SW           IndividualPlace  Race No.  Time  FirstName  Surname  Category  Club154 545             27.15           Kerry               Mc Elhinney          SW           Individual155 648             27.16           Helen              Carr                    SW           Individual156 607             27.18           Mac                Walsh                 SM            Individual157 659             27.19           Teresa             Mc Daid               W50          Individual158 701             27.45           Bridget            Mc Bride              SW           Individual159 546             27.56           Ann Marie        Ferry                   SW           Individual160 504             27.57           Fiona              Blaney                 SM            Individual161 540             28.17           Gearldine         Hunter                 SW           Individual162 608             28.24           Annette            Duffy                   SW           Individual163 541             28.25           Nessa             Mc Bride              SW           Individual164 647             28.27           Greta              Sheridan              SW           Individual165 604             28.28           Sharon            Molloy                 SW           Individual166 634             28.40           Sandra            Mackin                SW           Individual167 614             28.42           Kerry Ann         Mc Glynn             SW           Individual168 615             28.43           Maureen          Gamble                SW           Individual169 700             28.43           Siopha            Kelly                   SW           Individual170 682             28.49           Stephaine        O’ Hara                SW           Individual171 533             28.51           Ann Marie        Hannigan             SW           Individual172 526             28.52           Sharon            Cannon               SW           Individual173 524             28.52           Lucinda           Nash                   SW           Individual174 544             29.01           Darina             Ferry                   SW           Individual175 633             29.08           Aisling            Crawford              SW           Individual176 515             29.21           Fiona              Gormley               SW           Individual177 705             29.21           Ann                Doherty               SW           Individual178 542             29.31           Bridget            Friel                    SW           Individual179 645             29.43           Marjorie           Morrisan              SW           Letterkenny A C180 722             29.43           Noelle             Mallahan              SW           Individual181 721             29.59           Catherine         Mc Fadden           SW           Individual182 534             30.49           Annie              Sheridan              SW           Individual183 710             30.50           Marrian            Mc Laughlin          SW           Individual184 661             30.54           Catherine         Grier                   SW           Individual185 660             30.55           Monica            Grier                   SW           Individual186 702             31.02           Gerry              Gallagher             SM            Cranford A C187 702             31.02           Gerri               Gallagher             Walker       Individual188 522             31.22           Eilish              Reilly                  SW           Cranford A C189 627             31.23           Karen              Mc Ginley             SW           Individual190 537             31.23           Hugh              Hunter                 SM            Individual191 521             31.28           Sarah              Doherty               SW           Cranford A C192 742             31.42           Nigel               Buchannan           Walker       Individual193 906             31.55           Pete                Davis                  Walker       Individual194 575             31.56           Aoife               Donnelly              Walker       Individual195 612             31.56           Shirley            Boyle                  SW           Individual196 663             32.29           Aisling            Mc Devitt              SW           Individual197 505             32.29           Patricia            Orsa                   SW           Individual198 623             32.41           Siobhan           Kelly                   SW           Individual199 671             32.48           Loraine            Coyle                  SW           Inishowen A C200 548             33.08           Mary               O’ Donnell            SW           Individual201 670             33.19           Laurna             Fox                     SW           Inishowen A C202 674             33.20           Maureen          Gallagher             SW           Individual203 605             34.24           Ann Louise       Scott                   SW           Individual204 734             34.37           Margarrita        Moran                 SW           Individual205 741             34.37           Marrian            Mc Cormick          Walker       Individual206 744             34.52           Annette            Mc Carron            Walker       Individual207 707             36.10           Catriona          Costello               SW           Individual208 708             37.18           Doleras           Mc Daid               SW           Individual209 557             37.28           Rose               Crossan               Walker       Individual210 580             37.28           Johnny           Mc Callum            Walker       Individual211 584             37.28           Saoirse            Kelly                   Walker       Individual212 581             37.28           James             Mc Callum            Walker       Individual213 570             38.01           Etha                Robbinson           Walker       Individual214 907             38.01           Susan             Boyce                  Walker       Individual215 908             38.02           Rose               O’ Reilly               Walker       Individual216 551             38.05           Jean               Carney                Walker       Individual217 745             38.06           Doleras           Mc Carron            Walker       Individual218 589             38.07           Marie              Sweeney              Walker       Individual219 588             38.08           John               Erwin                  Walker       Individual220 564             38.09           Sandra            Cullen                 Walker       Individual221 567             38.10           Marie              Duggan               Walker       Individual222 902             38.11           Nancy             Gallagher             Walker       Individual223 566             38.12           Joanne            Duggan               Walker       Individual224 574             38.13           Brian               Johnston             Walker       Individual225 573             38.14           Mary               Johnston             Walker       Individual226 928             38.15           Scatta              Farren                 Walker       Individual227 594             38.16           Claire              Sweeney              Walker       Individual228 595             38.17           Ann Marie        Doherty               Walker       Individual229 927             38.18           Paddy             Mc Cafferty           Walker       Individual230 555             38.21           Lis                  Simms                 Walker       Individual231 597             38.22           Kathleen          Mc Daid               Walker       Individual232 598             38.23           Niamh             Mc Daid               Walker       Individual233 599             38.24           Lisa                Mc Laughlin          Walker       Individual234 916             38.25           Marie              Mc Fadden           Walker       Individual235 917             38.26           Bridie              Mc Hugh              Walker       Individual236 915             38.27           Peggy             Gallagher             Walker       Individual237 717             38.28           CiaRA             o ‘ Donnell            SW           Milford A C238 911             38.29           Rose               Gavagan              Walker       Cranford A C239 912             38.30           Gerardline        Boyce                  Walker       Cranford A C240 569             38.31           Aisling            Dorrian                Walker       Individual241 592             38.32           Damien            Mc Cann              Walker       Individual242 593             38.33           Seam T            Friel                    Walker       Individual243 558             38.34           Josephine        Burke                  Walker       Individual244 909             38.35           Naomi             Garary                 Walker       Individual245 910             38.36           Debbie             Mc Veigh              Walker       Individual246 587             39.19           Kathlyn            Peoples               Walker       Individual247 556             39.20           Beertha            Buchannan           Walker       IndividualTotal Runners:  247MILFORD 5K RESULTS: HUNDREDS TURN OUT FOR BRENDAN BOYCE was last modified: April 27th, 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 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first_imgLetterkenny Gaels GAA News: Both our Senior & Reserves recorded good victories over neighbours Naomh Colmcille at the weekend. The Seniors won their game on a scoreline of 1-06 to 0-6 while the Reserves won comfortably by 4-12 to 1-02. This Bank Holiday Monday we are away to Burt with the Reserves throwing in 1.30pm and the Seniors at 3pm. Congrats to Shane Graham and Cormac Cannon who were members of the Donegal GAA Minor team that retained the Ulster Minor League. They beat Derry in Healy Park on a scoreline Donegal 2-14 Derry 1-11. Congrats also to Oisin Cannon for his involvement in the team. With the summer holidays fast approaching we have finalised dates for our Hurling Fun Week, Camogie Crew & Cúl Camp.The Hurling Fun week runs from 6th to 10th of July, Cúl Camp is from 27th to 31st July and the Camogie Crew is provisionally penciled in for the 3rd week of July.Our annual 5k road race & fun run is fixed for Tuesday 2nd June. This race is part of the Donegal Athletics Board Grand Prix Series and more details will be published in the coming weeks.Sympathy is extended to the Shields & Crossan families of Hawthorn Heights & Knocknamona on their recent bereavement.CLG Dhún na nGall will sponsor six (6) grants of €250 to members from Clubs in the County attending a Coláiste Gaeilge of their choice in Dún na nGall this summer.In addition, our Club has received 2 scholarships @ €150 each which can only be used in one of following three Colleges- Coláiste Bhríde, Rann na Feirste, Coláiste Mhuire, Loch an Iúir​, & Coláiste Aoidh Mhic Bricne, Teileann. Contact Runaí on 086 2271435 for more details. Closing date for applications is Thursday 30th April.Club Members are requested to contact our Club Secretary for more information if they wish to obtain a Club Donegal Membership Card which covers Free Admission to all Adult Club matches in the County for the 2015 Season and also included an item of Donegal merchandise.Topaz Cash for Clubs cards can be obtained from James Frain and we are encouraging club members to call to Tobins Topaz filling station and get their cards stamped with each €40 of fuel purchased. Any business interested in getting a pitch side ad should contact Dan on (086) 739 2780 for more details.U-12 football training continues on Monday & Friday evenings from 6.30-7.30pm at the pitch. With the competitive action starting soon it is important that all players attend training. New players welcome.Underage football coaching continues at 11am every Sunday at Pairc na nGael. New members welcome.Camogie training continues at the pitch on Mondays from 6-7pm for U-14 and older girls and Fridays from 6.30-8pm at the pitch for U-8, U-10 & U-12. Contact 086 8163605 for information. New players welcome. Please check club website and Gaels Camogie Facebook for more info. Hurling training continues at Pairc na nGael every Thursday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30 pm. Please contact Dan Harnett 0867392780 or Sharon Harnett 0868405785 to book or for more information. New members always welcome.For regular club updates and photos see our club web page, Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @LetterkennyGaelGAA NEWS: BRILLIANT START TO NEW SEASON CONTINUES FOR LETTERKENNY GAELS AS THEY DEFEAT NAOMH COLMCILLE was last modified: April 28th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAALetterkenny GaelsNoticesSportlast_img read more


first_imgA Donegal borrower has had 70% of their debt written off in a landmark insolvency case.The landmark deal involved a HSE worker who had a partnership in a business that eventually failed.Lobby group New Beginning struck the deal at a creditors’ meeting earlier this afternoon. The individual could not pay his debts after his business failed, and it is understood three of Ireland’s main banks were among six creditors involved.The individual’s personal insolvency practitioner was Ronan Duffy of Derry-based McCambridge Duffy.A protective notice had been issued in court in Monaghan on October 21.Ross Maguire from New Beginning said “It’s a landmark case because it’s the first of its type. The personal insolvency legislation came into force in September, and the first protective notice was issued on the 21st of October, and then the deal took a little under six weeks.” “We have hundreds more cases ready to go, and hundreds more backed up behind that again.”DONEGAL BORROWER HAS 70% OF THEIR DEBT WRITTEN OFF IN LANDMARK CASE was last modified: November 25th, 2013 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:borrowborrowercashdonegalinsolvencylast_img read more