INDORE, India (AP): Virat Kohli hit his 13th Test century as India reached 267 for three at stumps on the opening day to take control of the third Test against New Zealand yesterday. Kohli was 103 not out, and Ajinkya Rahane undefeated on 79, as the pair put on 167 runs for the fourth wicket. It was a hard grind as New Zealand bowled and fielded with discipline in the 90 overs. But Kohli and Rahane didn’t give away chances with 119 runs coming in the final session. Kohli faced 191 deliveries and hit 10 fours for his sixth hundred in 17 tests as India captain. Rahane reached his 50 off 123 balls, and hit nine fours and a six overall. For the first time in this three-match series, India didn’t make too many mistakes on the first day. While it had frittered away advantageous positions in both Kanpur and Kolkata, Kohli and Rahane batted with calm and poise. They played out time even as the Black Caps restricted easy scoring opportunities and now stand a good chance of batting New Zealand out of the match on the second day. “The position we are in, we will try to bat as long as possible and get a big total tomorrow,” said Cheteshwar Pujara, who hit 41. “We will look to get at least 400 runs. And once we bowl, our spinners will have some assistance from this wicket and we will look to exploit that as the match progresses.” New Zealand came close to ending the partnership when James Neesham hit the stumps directly as Kohli scampered across for his 100th run. But Kohli had safely made the crease, much to the delight of the crowd at Indore’s first day of Test cricket. “I was at point and was pretty confident he’d drop and run to get it as quickly. So I took a couple of steps in, but Virat made ground quite comfortably,” Neesham said. BAT AS LONG AS POSSIBLE
THE SAME FATE Foster’s Fairplay has never been a supporter of the good must suffer for the bad way of thinking. This is because it provides less incentive to do the proper thing. Equally, there is a strong feeling in this corner that those who do wrong should be punished. Putting together the two sentiments as expressed, gives birth to a dilemma in which there is a struggle to come up with the right formula. This is the situation that track and field the world over is facing following a European Athletics lobby. The group has put forward a suggestion, which in the view of this columnist, can best be described as scandalous. Coming after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) ruling that there should be re-testing of athletes’ samples retroactive to the Beijing Olympics of 2008, the Europeans are taking it a step further. Their wish is that all world records in the sport be cancelled once they were achieved prior to 2005. From that year, a new compilation process would start. As a result, the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will consider the matter at its next Congress to be staged during the London World Championships, this summer. A decision will be taken among the other geographic areas whether the idea should be ratified. Foster’s Fairplay is adamant that give the thumbs up to the thought of rewriting the record books would be a step in the wrong direction. Admittedly, there are existing marks that defy the wildest imagination as to how they could possibly be legitimate. A look at all the women’s track events from 10.49 in the 100m and 21.34 in the 200m by the now deceased Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988 all the way to Jarmila Kratochvilova of Czechoslovakia’s incredible 800m time of 1:53.28, is more than enough to make the point. The 47.60 by the East German Marita Koch over the quarter mile attacks sane thinking even more forcibly. The fact that no athlete, faster tracks notwithstanding and even alleged and admitted substance assistance, has come close, strengthens the case against their authenticity. With all that in mind, one can understand that a sport frustrated by the knowledge that there is no irrefutable evidence on which to cancel performances as those mentioned is seeking a solution as that born of the Europeans. What they desire for approval is being carried on the crest of a wave that had its genesis in that frustration. It should not be ignored that the positive tests that have emanated from the WADA retesting, could have been the trigger that set off this latest decision. However, it should not be allowed to stand. There are athletes who campaigned in the period pre 2005 whose excellence is on the back of hard work, dedication, rigid, uncompromising discipline, and an undying effort to be the best in their event. They have worked diligently at establishing a template by which challenges have been conquered and injuries tackled and overcome in their quest to reach the top of their event. What is the message being transmitted to them? Why must they now suffer due to an accident of birth? The European way should not be shown the light of day. It only pampers to convicted drug cheats who might be seeking company with those who have never been found guilty of any illegal act, but now are likely to suffer the same fate. The president of the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association, Dr Warren Blake has come out strongly against the European view. Meanwhile, IAAF President, Lord Sebastien Coe, himself a former world record holder, in talking to a section of the British Press, diplomatically said “I welcome the debate.” He went on to explain the process going forward which, according to him, could include counterproposals. Foster’s Fairplay has a request for the local boss. Sir, you too need to make a bolder move by communicating your thoughts to your regional supporters. They need to prepare themselves to vote alongside you against the ‘scrap them all’ lobby and have it turned down. The athletes, including Jamaica’s own Merlene Ottey, are under threat of their legacy being tarnished. It is essential that the opposing vote be loud and clear. Let us not have anyone abstain this time. – For feedback: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Balkman puts negativity behind ahead of 2nd PBA stint with San Miguel PLAY LIST 00:48Balkman puts negativity behind ahead of 2nd PBA stint with San Miguel03:59Duterte’s drug war barely nicked surface of society’s menace – Robredo00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Photo from ASEAN Basketball LeagueSTA. ROSA — Renaldo Balkman doesn’t mind playing the full 40 minutes and more if that’s what it takes for San Miguel Alab Pilipinas to win games.Unfortunately, his Iron Man-like effort, which saw him post 37 points, 12 rebounds, and six assists, ended in a 100-103 defeat to Mono Vampire on Wednesday as the 2018 ASEAN Basketball League gets evened up at one game apiece.ADVERTISEMENT P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames 8 PH teams compete in FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding But rather than show signs of exhaustion, the Puerto Rican forward said he wants more.“I’ll play another 40 minutes. That’s how I feel right now. It’s all good,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownBalkman had his hands full against Mono’s man mountain Sam Deguara, and with the series shifting to Bangkok for Game 3 on Saturday, the explosive World Import is ready to take on the Maltese-Italian giant once again despite his 10-inch height disadvantage.“I can’t wait to see him on Saturday,” said Balkman of Deguara, who posted 30 points and 20 boards for the Thai side. “He played a good game, that’s all I can say. You say unstoppable, but it’s all good. Let’s wait to see what happens.” MOST READ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Despite Alab losing homecourt advantage with this loss, Balkman remains upbeat of his team’s chances as he braces for a wild crowd at Stadium 29 for Games 3 and 4.“It’s always tough when you lose, but I’m gonna keep the smile on my face because it’s 1-1,” he said. “It’s not over yet. We got to go out there and win the game on Saturday. Like they showed tonight, they beat us here in our house so we got to beat them over there too. The next game is anyone’s game, so we got to go there and play better than we did tonight.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments
Characters in the story:Jefferson Tamba—the groom who died the day of his weddingComfort Tamba—the bride who was accused for masterminding his deathTenneh Sombai—the prosecution’s witnessEdwin Fallah-the prosecutor who wanted nothing but the crucifixion of the accused and told defense counsel Doe ‘to take it easy on the witness’Jason Doe—counsel for the defendant who refused the prosecution’s theory of the motive of the crimeJanet Lovebird—the private secretary of Col. DoeJohn Saye—the former police detective who was hired by Counselor Doe for the defenseJudge Neeto Kangar—the judge who wanted justice at any costThe case of the disappointed bride, described by metropolitan newspapers in Monrovia, was one of the few to whet the appetite of nosy Monrovians, and it brought out the travails of how one is blinded in the affairs of love and could not let the other go in peace. It was, many Monrovians agreed, the result of the sins of the community. Though it was not uncommon to hear reports of grooms abandoning their brides, days and possibly hours before the consummation of the marriage, leaving the bride in disgust and raising questions about what she might have done wrong, this particular story was unlike any other that Monrovians had known, because it ended in the murder of the groom. The decedent was thirty three –year-old Jefferson Tamba, a graduate of the Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia. The court, under prosecutor District Attorney Edwin Fallah was in no mood to play with the case, since a young man’s future had been destroyed and the primary suspect was his partner of five years, twenty seven year-old Comfort Tamba. The court heard that though the marriage was yet to be to consummated, with an evil premeditation, Comfort Wesseh put up a design against the instructions of society and assigned to herself as Mrs. Comfort Tamba. The prosecution’s witnesses had been so blatant in their support against the bride that defense counsel Jason Doe, sitting at the third week of the preliminary trial, could not stomach what he saw as an affront against a woman whose dream had been cut short by the murder of her beloved ‘husband’ since they had co-habited for the last five years. The most damning evidence against the defendant was that of twenty seven-year-old Tenneh Sombai, who, rumors suggested had dated the decedent and of which the decedent had abandoned for the defendant. Though that part of her life was hidden, she told the court that the defendant had confided in her that she had a motive to make sure that Jefferson Tamba was dead, the year following their marriage. “Why did she plan to kill him?” Prosecutor Edwin Fallah said, his glowing eyes comforting the witness. The witness, as if she had rehearsed her part in a play, said, nonchalantly, “It was during a friend’s get together meeting and Comfort was boasting about her luck.” “What did she say?” “Comfort said she had her plan made and Jeff would not live to tell the story after their marriage.” The prosecutor exchanged glances with Judge Neeto Kangar. The judge’s smile was a bit somber and it was not clear if he believed the prosecution’s witness. “She plotted to kill the man she was planning to marry?” The witness answered crisply, “Yes, she told me that Jeff did not respond to her love the first time they met, and though I thought she was even joking, she said she was telling me the truth. “She told me Jeff ignored her, when they first met and when he finally agreed to make up with her, she on the other hand had made up her mind to ensure that he paid for what he did to her.” “When you mentioned Jeff,” the prosecutor said, “are you referring to the decedent whose death is the cause of this preliminary trial?” “Yes.”“And again,” the prosecutor said, “when you mentioned the person who told you about murdering a man who was planning to marry her, you are referring to the defendant in this case?” “Yes,” the witness said, “I’m referring to Comfort Wesseh, who later on took the name Mrs. Tamba upon herself.” Jason Doe was on his feet, “That is improper examination, no proper foundation established.” “Sustained,” the judge said, “the witness will have to recognize her limitation about commenting on issues that the court has reserved for itself and the prosecutor must provide the necessary guidance to that effect.” “Thank you, Your Honor,” Prosecutor Fallah said, and turning to the witness, said, “Your reference is about Ms. Comfort Wesseh otherwise known as Mrs. Comfort Tamba?” “Yes.” “So,” the prosecutor said, “the motive for her pre-meditation to murder the man who was about to marry her stemmed from what she claimed but an unfounded neglect in the past?” “Yes and she also indicated to me that she would use Jeff to make herself rich,” the witness said. “Was it by taking advantage over him?” “Yes. Comfort said she had been able to convince Jeff to build a duplex, where she is residing presently, and she had also managed to get him to put aside a large sum of money, roughly, in her own words, USD500, 000.00.” “Where did the decedent get that huge money from?” “You see,” the witness said, “Jeff’s father rented lands in Monrovia and other parts of the country. He has rented and sold lands and as a result acquired a fortune and to make matters worse, Jeff was the only son in the family of ten siblings.” “Therefore,” the prosecutor said, “it is clear that she plotted his death to get hold of the material prosperity that she saw coming to him?” The witness’s smile was hasty, and said, “That becomes obvious.” At the defense table, Jason Doe sat along with the defendant, whose eyes gazed directly at the witness, with her mouth forming the expression, ‘oh my God.” Also sitting with the defendant was Jason Doe’s private secretary, Janet Lovebird and completing the team was former police detective John Saye, who provided valuable sources of material to the lawyer. While the defendant’s face demonstrated shock, ex-detective Saye, secretary Lovebird and criminal lawyer Jason Doe appeared unfazed by what the witness was revealing. Jason Doe was never perturbed about what was happening since in a couple of minutes, he would have the chance to turn the witness inside out about the events that she had freely volunteered upon the insistence of the prosecution. Jason Doe was in such contemplation when he heard the prosecutor said, “Your Witness,” as he sauntered to his seat. The courtroom was silent, and a drop of a pin could have been heard. Jason Doe lifted his frame from his chair, and grinned at the witness. The comical result of his action overwhelmed the spectators, and it increased their expectation about what was coming. Walking directly towards the witness, Jason Doe said, “Your name is Tenneh Sombai?” “Yes.” “You have four children?” The prosecutor was on his feet, “Take it easy on my client,” he said, and directing his attention to the judge said, “Your Honor, Your Honor what does her family get to do with the current case?” The judge said, “Overruled, the witness will answer the question.” Jason Doe smiled. “There are at least four children in your home?” “Yes,” the witness said, they are all my children; let me tell you now.” The lawyer considered her answer and said, “Thank you for letting me to know about that.” There were murmurs in the spectators, and Judge Neeto Karnga sounded her gavel twice and said, “The court will insist that there will not and cannot be any disruption in the proceedings and therefore I will not hesitate to throw any of you in the audience out so be warned.” Silence was restored. “You testified in court that the defendant is your friend and I’m aware that friends are meant to support each other and by your own admission, the defendant told you about his plans to murder the man who was planning to marry her. “What was your reaction when you received the information from her about her alleged plan to murder her husband?” The witness shifted in the dock, and with a grin, said, “I never thought she meant what she told me.” “What you testified is that the defendant made a confession about her premeditation, did it occur to you that by not informing the police, if at all this story is true, you are equally responsible for the murder of Jefferson Tamba?” The witness’s eyes stared in the ceiling, and they were complemented by the echoes of the ceiling fans that hummed as they filled the courtroom. As the witness hesitated, the lawyer walked to the defense table and conferred with ex-police detective Saye. They held a brief consultation before the lawyer moved away and walked towards the witness. “Is your name Ms. Mrs.?” “I hope you are not trying to humiliate me,” she said, pushing her chin up. “’Why do you think I want to humiliate you?” “You keep asking me funny questions that I find them embarrassing to answer.” “But you never found it embarrassing to point fingers at a woman whose fiancé was murdered and you are suggesting that she told you about her plan to murder a man she loved?” “Those are two things you are talking about.” “What was your relationship with the decedent?” “Friendly.” “You met with him and discussed some issues did you not, the day before he was murdered?” The witness might have sensed what was coming, and blurted out, “My relationship with Jeff was purely on business.” The lawyer shifted gears. “What type of business are you talking about?”“We had a private issue I called business and I don’t think I need to explained it.”Judge Neeto Karnga said, “The witness will answer the question about the kind of business she had with the decedent.” “What was the business about?” After much wrangling of her hands, the witness said, her voice low, as many leaned forward to hear her: “The truth of the matter is that I was Jeff’s first true love and so after he told me about his impending marriage I met with the day before he was murdered. When he told me the news, I felt like my world would come to an end. It was difficult for me to imagine that a man whom I had loved back in school was going to have another, one of my friends as a life partner. “It was difficult for me to accept and I had to…” her voice broke and was unable to continue. Jason Doe turned swiftly to Judge Neeto Karnga whose facial expression exhibited an exceptional interest. The judge indicated to the lawyer and the prosecutor to proceed to her chambers, and held a brief consultation. Two minutes later, Judge Neeto Karnga addressed the court: “It is always an intriguing case when love is at the center of a relationship like this one that has ended in tragedy. While it provides sociologists a chance to examine why others are not willing to let love go away, this case and its resolution indicates sadly that there are times when love blinds our human sense of reason and as a result becomes the foundation for the end of such a wonderful life.” She meanwhile adjourned the case, ordered Mrs. Comfort Tamba released and Tenneh Sombai held for prosecution.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
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One of the winners with Orange officials.The Nancy B. Doe Market came alive over the weekend as two Liberian women walked away with a brand-new Ford Figo car and a Hero motorbike respectively.The two received their prizes during a special Orange music concert held as part of the 2017 MSME Conference organized by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.Bendu Tolongo, a college student, was the first to receive her prize. The Hero motorbike was presented to her by Isaac Muthama, the Orange Liberia chief sales officer.She was the 6th person to receive a motorbike in the Orange “This year, Christmas starts in October” promotion.The previous week’s winner of the Hero motorbike was also a Liberian woman named Comfort Harris from Kakata, Margibi County.Although neither of them knew how to operate a bike before winning, they both confided that they would learn to ride because owning a bike would significantly reduce their transportation costs.“I’m a student,” said Bendu Tolongo, “and the cost of transportation to get to school is very high. At least with this bike I can put it in traffic to make money to pay my fees and when I need to go somewhere, it will take me there directly.”The winner of the brand-new Ford Figo received her prize from the chief marketing officer of Orange Liberia, Noel Chateau.Yah Domah, a resident of Duport Road in Paynesville who currently sells flour and donuts as her source of income, said she never imagined that she’d ever own a vehicle.“Orange has made me a millionaire today,” she announced after receiving the keys to the car, “they did not give me one million dollars, but they gave me something I never thought I would have, so they have made me rich!”The winners won the prizes as part of the ongoing ‘Christmas starts in October’ promotion. There are still two more cars, a Renault Logan and a Toyota 4×4 Rav4, and four Hero motorbikes to be won. Orange customers simply need to recharge a minimum of $1 per week to stand a chance to win the motorbike and to recharge two weeks in a row to stand a chance to win a car, according to a release from Orange yesterday.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The local provincial government Liquor Distribution Branch store has set another provincial “bear-sales-record” and, is closing in on its most ambitious goal to date. It has already sold 2,137 charity destined teddy bears this holiday season, topping last year’s record total of 2,036. The target this year is 2,400 and the store has until 6pm tomorrow night, to get there.There are currently five charity beneficiaries of the program but, if any others are interested there’s still time to contact store manager Warren Mears at…250-787-3405. For those not familiar with the annual campaign here again is how it works… [asset|aid=752|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=79926b5575c05029b7a71095b7e4beb6-Pappa Bear_1_Pub.mp3] – Advertisement -Once again, those who purchase the bears, also have the option this year, of donating back to the LDB to add to its distribution total. Nearly 470 customers did that last year.
The appointment of Gattuso on a seven-month contract was met with general surprise when he succeeded the experienced Vincenzo Montella last November — due mainly to the fact he had failed to impress in previous coaching roles with lower league sides.But the 40-year-old Gattuso, who earned a reputation as a tenacious midfielder in 468 appearances for the San Siro giants, has stubbornly kept Milan challenging for a place in Europe this season as the seven-times European champions, taken over by a Chinese consortium last year, look to return to the heights of European football.Thanks to a run of 10 games without defeat — only ended in a 3-1 loss at Juventus last week — Milan sit sixth in Serie A, 27 points behind leaders Juventus and eight behind city rivals Inter in the fourth Champions League qualifying spot.Without a league title since 2011, Milan’s aim this season is to reach the Champions League and the Italian Cup final.The statement added: “The management decided to anticipate Gattuso’s contract renewal to reward his hard work the best way before the end of the season, even if there are still plenty of goals to achieve: from qualifying to the Champions League, to the Italian Cup final.“This important gesture reflects the total harmony and empathy between the club management and the coach. This way, AC Milan give continuity and confidence to the project, assuring the serenity of the Rossoneri players and the happiness of our fans.“The Red and Blacks are (and remain) in Rino’s hands!”Gattuso said: “I have to thank the players who have really committed themselves to me and my staff.“We hope to continue as we did in these past four months. Forza Milan, and I do hope to get things right to bring back AC Milan where they are used to be. Thank you very much.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000AC Milan hope coach Gennaro Gattuso can lead them into next season’s Champions League, and to this season’s Italian Cup final © AFP/File / Ben STANSALLROME, Italy, Apr 5 – AC Milan have rewarded coach Gennaro Gattuso for an upturn in the club’s fortunes with a contract that will see him remain at the helm until 2021.“Gennaro Gattuso and AC Milan: the alliance continues! The Rossoneri coach has renewed his contract and will continue to lead the team until 2021,” said a statement on the club’s official website Thursday.
1 Bath confirmed an Aviva Premiership play-off spot after an enthralling comeback against Harlequins earned a 27-26 victory at the Twickenham Stoop.The lead changed hands a massive eight times during the contest as the sides evenly shared six tries, but it was England fly-half George Ford’s late contribution with the boot that provided the decisive intervention.Quins’ winger Ugo Monye, named man of the match in his final home appearance before retirement, crossed the line early on but Francis Louw responded almost immediately for the visitors.The hosts then went ahead again before half time after some sustained pressure, with the referee awarding a penalty try after adjudging the Bath defence had collapsed the maul.Horacio Agulla pounced on a mistake from a Quins’ lineout before Leroy Houston crashed over from close range after a speculative offload by Sam Burgess to hand Bath the advantage.Monye then crossed the whitewash for the second time in a compelling contest, but Ford would spoil his final Stoop swansong, holding his nerve with a penalty five minutes from time to snatch victory. George Ford
Churchill Fair 5k 2016Place Bib Name Gender AG Club Pace Time1. 316 Danny Mooney m SM Letterkenny AC 5:17 16:272. 311 Ivan Toner m SM Letterkenny AC 5:18 16:303. 328 Gavin Crawford m SM 24/7 Triathlon 5:19 16:344. 394 Ciaran Mc Gonagle m SM Rosses A.C. 5:30 17:085. 319 Raymond Birch m SM Letterkenny AC 5:32 17:136. 331 Gerard McGranaghan m SM Letterkenny AC 5:38 17:327. 339 Paul Russell m SM Milford AC 5:44 17:518. 355 Edward Sweeney m SM Cranford AC 5:47 17:599. 321 Anthony Doherty m M40 Milford AC 5:50 18:0810. 342 Emmet Deeny m SM City of Derry Spartans 5:52 18:1711. 305 Colly O Donnell m M40 Letterkenny AC 5:54 18:2212. 314 Padraig Friel m M40 Letterkenny AC 5:57 18:3213. 349 Declan McBride m SM Cranford AC 5:58 18:3414. 393 Barry Coyle m SM 6:00 18:3915. 317 Marcus McClintock m M40 Letterkenny AC 6:00 18:4116. 306 Ciaran O Donnell m M40 Letterkenny AC 6:06 18:5917. 327 Manus McHugh m SM Bog AC 6:09 19:0818. 332 Monica McGranaghan f SW Letterkenny AC 6:09 19:1019. 334 Peter Lilburn m M60 City of Derry Spartans 6:11 19:1420. 315 Paul Cosgrove m M40 Letterkenny AC 6:14 19:2421. 368 Paul Gamble m SM 6:15 19:2722. 389 Tiernan Boyle m JM 6:19 19:3923. 350 Rodney Bates m SM Convoy AC 6:19 19:3924. 329 Frances Judge f W45 Letterkenny AC 6:22 19:4925. 383 Christopher Murray m SM Cranford AC 6:23 19:5326. 326 Paul McKelvey m SM Bog AC 6:24 19:5527. 330 Seamus Gallagher m M60 Letterkenny AC 6:28 20:0728. 399 Joe Devine m M40 6:29 20:0929. 341 Eoin Sheehy m M40 Milford AC 6:29 20:1030. 304 Paul Sweeney m M40 Letterkenny AC 6:33 20:2431. 324 Frank Pinder m M50 6:39 20:4032. 320 Lisa Dalton f SW 24/7 Triathlon 6:40 20:4433. 333 Noleen Merritt f W40 Finn Valley AC 6:40 20:4634. 343 Keith Gordon m SM Swanlings 6:49 21:1435. 410 Naoise Enright m M40 Letterkenny AC 6:51 21:1936. 358 Nuala Bose f JW Olympian AC 6:57 21:3937. 373 Brian O’ Donnell m M40 7:02 21:5438. 318 Marian Kerr f W40 Letterkenny AC 7:04 21:5839. 356 Jimmy McBride m M60 Letterkenny AC 7:07 22:1040. 313 Laura Maguire f W45 7:09 22:1541. 400 Boyd Russell m JM 7:14 22:2942. 357 Seamus Sweeney m M40 7:15 22:3543. 344 Eugene McGinley m M50 Swanlings 7:16 22:3544. 322 Eilish McClafferty f SW Letterkenny AC 7:16 22:3745. 323 Margaret Shiels S f W45 Letterkenny AC 7:16 22:3846. 375 Frank Mc Gettigan m M50 7:19 22:4747. 307 Patricia McKenna f W45 Letterkenny AC 7:26 23:0948. 372 Alan Mailey m SM Convoy AC 7:27 23:1249. 348 C Callaghan m M50 St. Eunans 7:28 23:1350. 346 Martin Langan m M40 Convoy AC 7:32 23:2651. 353 Brian Duffy m M40 7:40 23:5252. 359 Finley Bose m JM Olympian AC 7:40 23:5353. 325 Brian Gallagher m M60 7:42 23:5654. 388 Caoimhyhin Boyle m JM 7:47 24:1355. 302 Jeff Wood m M50 Anherstburg RC Canada 7:49 24:1956. 340 Tommy Naughton m SM 7:53 24:3257. 303 Deirdre Harley f W45 Anherstburg RC Canada 7:55 24:3858. 365 Mark Russell m SM 7:57 24:4559. 362 Maria Boner f JW Tir Conaill AC 7:59 24:5060. 369 Barry Meehan m SM Letterkenny AC 8:01 24:5761. 370 Marie Meehan f SW 8:01 24:5762. 347 Peter McLean m M50 Letterkenny AC 8:03 25:0263. 387 Chris McNulty m SM 8:03 25:0364. 361 Anne Marie Bose f W45 Olympian AC 8:06 25:1165. 374 Gloria Donaghey f W55 8:13 25:3466. 406 Rory Gardiner m JM 8:15 25:3867. 312 Berny Love f W40 8:18 25:4868. 371 Ann Doherty f SW Clann na nGael 8:24 26:0869. 338 Peter Russell m JM Olympian AC 8:26 26:1570. 352 Clare Gallagher f JW 8:30 26:2771. 336 Pat McCrudden m M60 Finn Valley AC 8:31 26:3072. 382 Bridgeen Doherty f W40 Run for Fun Letterkenny 8:34 26:3873. 384 Fidelma Mullaney f SW Run for Fun Letterkenny 8:34 26:3874. 396 Muireann Callaghan f JW 8:37 26:4875. 363 Packie Boner m M40 8:38 26:5376. 391 Mary Hegarty Brogan f W40 8:53 27:3977. 381 Fidelma Greer f SW Run for Fun Letterkenny 8:58 27:5378. 364 Dympna Boner f W40 Tir Conaill AC 8:58 27:5479. 301 Josie Gallagher f W45 9:00 27:5880. 337 Noel McBride m M50 9:02 28:0581. 395 Shay Callaghan m JM 9:05 28:1682. 385 Nicola Greer f SW Convoy AC 9:07 28:2283. 392 Sarah Mc Laughlin m SM 9:09 28:2784. 397 Patrick Callaghan m SM 9:19 29:0085. 409 Kieran Mc Fadden m JM 9:23 29:1186. 407 Matthew Murray m JM 9:24 29:1387. 345 Shaun O Donnell m M50 Swanlings 9:53 30:4588. 310 Frankie Mooney m JM 9:57 30:5689. 309 Rosemary Mooney f SW 9:57 30:5890. 308 Kathleen O’ Donnell f W45 9:57 30:5891. 380 Noreen Sharkey f W45 9:58 30:5992. 390 Desmond Brownlie m M60 10:01 31:0893. 379 Jean Mc Glinchey f SW 10:02 31:1294. 386 Ann Strain f W45 Convoy AC 10:18 32:0395. 377 Kathleen Mc Court f W45 10:24 32:2096. 378 Fiona Mc Connell f W40 10:24 32:2097. 398 Mary Callaghan f SW 12:12 37:5698. 367 Jack Nee m JM 12:34 39:0599. 366 Denise Nee f W40 12:57 40:16100. 376 Frances Mc Bride f W40 13:05 40:41101. 404 Martina Roarty f W40 14:51 46:10102. 405 Nora Roarty f SW 14:51 46:10103. 401 James Russell m JM 15:31 48:13104. 402 George Russell m M50 15:34 48:25105. 403 Trish Russell f W45 15:34 48:25MOONEY WINS CHURCHILL 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? 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