Kane State: “If you ask me about my feelings, if there will be good news or bad news, I am more in the bad than in the good. That is my feeling.” Player sensations: “What he felt when he left the game, the way everything happened. It only took him two seconds to realize the seriousness of the situation.”Opinion of the doctors: “Before all the tests were done, they said they don’t think we have good news. I think we will lose it for some time.” Harry Kane suffers a break in the hamstring, which will take him the next few weeks away from the playing fields. This has been confirmed by Tottenham, which has not reported the withdrawal time. In this type of injury, the players are usually around a month away from the playing fields, although if it is serious it could be up to three in the dry dock. Anyway, still his presence in the knockout stages of the Champions League is not ruled out.Before, José Mourinho appeared in the press room in the preview of a new football weekend in England. On this occasion, there will be no Premier, but FA Cup and Tottenham will look faces with the Middlesbrough. The Portuguese coach, asked about the fitness of your forward, who was injured in the league duel against Southampton, said he did not expect good news about his fitness. Finally, bad omens have been confirmed.Problems without Kane: “His quality, the routines we have for him. Every minute of every game he doesn’t play we will miss him. I don’t want to cry all the time, I want to focus on the players that are available.”
It’s a battle of the blues in today’s ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup final at Sabina Park.When the opening whistle blows at 5 p.m. dark blues Jamaica College (JC) will come face to face with the light blues of St George’s College.Before the grand final Jonathan Grant High and Denham Town High will meet in a third place play-off at 3 p.m.Defending champions JC will be seeking their 27th title today, while St George’s College, with 22 liens on the trophy, are hunting their 23rd crown.JC have lost in other competitions this season but are unbeaten in the Manning Cup. They do not have an outstanding scorer to match last year’s top man Junior Flemmings, but their attacking players have done enough to get them to the final.The Miguel Coley-coached JC only failed to score once in a 0-0 draw with Holy Trinity in the second round. Senior players Donovan Dawkins and Ronaldo Brown are among their leading scorers, with 15 goals between them. Dawkins has six and Brown nine.JC’s main strength lies in defence where versatile captain Allando Brown has been outstanding in both midfield, and at the back. Most of his impressive work has come while he playing in the heart of his team’s defence at centre half.Meanwhile, St George’s, who lost two preliminary round matches, have bounced back emphatically after every defeat, and are strong favourites to win today after an impressive 4-0 win over JC in the FLOW Super Cup final two weeks ago.Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell is aiming to win a sixth Manning Cup with the light blues.His attacking front three of Alex Marshall (26 goals), Shevon Stewart (14) and Gregory Messam (14) have been hard to contain all season.St George’s have also done well in defence as only JC have conceded fewer goals. They are also the only team to have scored in all their games.Today’s main battle should be between JC’s tough defender Allando Brown and St George’s wily forward Marshall. Marshall is difficult to contain and if he is allowed to roam freely in the JC half he could ensure another miserable evening for the dark blues.
MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal “Whatever happens, Benilde and Baste both deserved to win this game,” said San Sebastian coach Egay Macaraya.“I guess we’re just lucky that it did not count, but any of the two teams deserved to win.”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 ChrissStags forward Michael Calisaan hit what turned out to be the game-winning free throw with 5.6 seconds left. Calisaan led his team with 18 points and seven rebounds.Calisaan missed his second free throw that left the door open for Gutang’s layup that appeared to have beaten the buzzer in real time sans the use of replay review. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netA split second made all the difference for San Sebastian to escape College of St. Benilde, 66-65, in the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Stags came away with their second straight win after the officials waved off Justin Gutang’s last-second layup that would’ve given the victory to the Blazers following a thorough review.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Napa finds no consolation in Letran’s fiery comeback: ‘We played terribly’ Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Still, it was a sterling performance by Gutang, who put on a show with 16 points in the fourth quarter alone.The Filipino-American rookie finished with a game-high 25 points on 6-of-9 shooting from the field on top of eight rebounds, five assists and two steals.The Blazers blew a golden opportunity to seize solo third place at 7-4 and instead, settled for a tie with the Letran Knights, who lost to the San Beda Red Lions, 74-68, earlier.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum View comments
Grand Bassa County (GBC), boasts being second only to Montserrado in terms of historical and political significance. It is the nation’s second county; and in 1838, it merged with Montserrado to become the Commonwealth of Liberia. Grand Bassa is second to Montserrado also in terms of the number of Liberian Presidents from that county. Our second President, Stephen Allen Benson, hailed from Edina, GBC. So did the ninth, Anthony W. Gardner, and the 12th, Joseph James Cheeseman, also from Edina. The majority of Liberian Presidents hailed from Montserrado, the exceptions besides Grand Bassa being Grand Gedeh-born Samuel K. Doe and Nimba-born Moses Blah, successor to President Charles Taylor. Grand Bassa also produced some of the nation’s outstanding men, one of whom recently died, Dr. Walter Brumskine, Liberia’s first and only urologist. Another Brumskine, Charles Walker, twice unsuccessfully sought the presidency. Veteran Certified Public Accountant David Farhat, former Finance Minister and current member of the Board of Directors, Central Bank of Liberia, also unsuccessfully sought the presidency. From GBC also hailed James A. Morgan, President Pro Tempore of the Liberian Senate and patriarch of the Morgan family. Sons included Ambassador James A. Morgan, President Tubman’s perennial Chief of Protocol, Counselor Lawrence A. Morgan, former GBC Superintendent, former Attorney General and founder of an airline, DATCO that flourished in the 1960s and 70s. Senator Morgan also produced many daughters, one of whom, Mrs. Frances Wilson, became the wife of Chief Justice A. Dash Wilson. One of Senator Morgan’s sons, Lafayette, a Certified Public Accountant, was Minister without Portfolio under Tubman. Another eminent statesman that hailed from GBC was G. Flamma Sherman, Consul General of Liberia to London, Liberia’s first Ambassador to Ghana, and later Secretary, then Minister of Education. His former wife, Mrs. Louiza Sherman, built Buchanan’s first modern hotel, Hotel Louiza. Another prominent GBC son was Counselor Lafayette (Fate) Harmon, father of two other prominent Liberians—Emmet and Joshua Harmon. Joshua was former GBC Superintendent and later Senator. Emmet, the older brother, was a prominent businessman and politician. Unfortunately, his main legacy is that he and Samuel Doe rigged the 1985 presidential elections. Fate Harmon also produced a daughter, Mrs. Annie Diggs, Dunn, Mendscole, mother of several outstanding sons—Ambassador Lafayette Diggs, his brothers Arnu, one of our early professional animal husbandry experts; Dr. Joseph Diggs, Liberia’sfirst radiologist, Milt Greaves, a brilliant student from the Booker Washington Institute who became an outstanding broadcast journalist and author of a ripping book, The Fist of Machiavelli. Milt migrated to the USA following the 1980 coup and became President of the Public Broadcast Corporation ofTennessee. Another son, Eddie Dunn, became Chief of Protocol of Liberia. Annie also had a prominent daughter, Joyce Mendscole, a lawyer like her grandfather, who served the United Nations system for over three decades.There is, of course, the eminent scholar and political science professor, Dr. D. Elwood Dunn, an author of the Historical Dictionary of Liberia and several other books, including his latest, three-volume Annual Messages of Presidents of Liberia, from J.J. Roberts to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.Another Bassonian, Prince A. Page, became one of Liberia’s outstanding jet pilots. T. Nelson Williams II, former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company, whose grandmother was an unlettered Bassa woman, is also scion of Grand Bassa. His father, T. Nelson, Sr., served many years as Deputy Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism and later, first Chair of the Department of Mass Communication, University of Liberia.Another eminent GBC son, who hailed from Compound No. 4, is Dr. S. Byron Tarr, a noted international economist, former Minister of Planning and Finance, respectively, author of a UN study, Taxation of Transnational Corporations: the Liberian Experience. He was one of the key contributors to the successes of the Governance Commission.Joseph Gbadyu became, along with Rev. Abba Kanga, producers of the Bassa Vah written language.Outstanding female Bassonians of today include Gender and Development Minister Julia Duncan Cassell, Etweda Cooper, both former GBC Superintendents, and Senator Nyonblee Kangar-Lawrence.Then there is Dr. Levi Zangai, former President of the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), now President of the Grand Bassa Community College (GBCC). The GBCC is poised to move into a new 250-acre modern campus in Paynesberry, across the Benson River.The GBCC is the main point of this Editorial. During a recent tour of the new campus, Dr. Zangai pledged that the GBCC is soon to become Liberia’s IT hub and a “center of excellence.” According to him, that is what President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has decided to make GBCC.The nation is watching to see this dream fulfilled. The GBCC is Bassa’s leading educational institution. There was a long time ago the BIA Mission, located off the road to Buchanan, run by American missionaries. Moses K. Weefur, Principal of the Booker Washington Institute, and Mrs. Agnes von Balmoos, famous Director of the UL Choir, traveled all the way from Grand Cess, in then Kru Coast Territory (now Grand Kru County), to advance their education before entering high schools in Monrovia.The two best known private high schools in Grand Bassa are the Bassa High School and St. Peter Claver, both in Buchanan. These schools trained several generations of Bassonians. These, along with Bassa High, will become the chief feeders to GBCC, where students seeking higher education can acquire solid training in Math and Science as well as English and History, then go on to learn Agriculture, Computer Science, Nursing, etc.What is the vision? What is a computer hub? India and Singapore became computer hubs in the 1990s and 2000s when their expertly trained computer technicians benefitted richly from outsourcing by American banks, telephone and GSM companies and other industries. Soon, the locals were raised to middle class, helping their country to progress rapidly in technological and industrial development. Hopefully the government, Bassonians and development partners will help GBCC to achieve its dream of transforming the county into an Information Technology hub.The Bassa people must also begin to realize their immense geographical potential—all their rivers that are great for hydro-electricity and tourism; and their rich farm land, which still lies in bush with hardly any farms in sight.Cashew nuts grow naturally, especially in Edina. When will Bassonians take advantage of the world demand for cashew nuts?Can GBCC take the lead in developing the county’s agriculture, industry and tourism? We hope and pray that it can—and will. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Thursday’s newspapers…Telephone conversations with José Mourinho and Cesc Fàbregas persuaded the Barcelona forward Pedro Rodríguez to snub long-standing interest from Manchester United and move instead to Chelsea in a deal that will be worth £21.2m. (Guardian)Manchester City are a step closer to completing the £32million transfer of Valencia central defender Nicolas Otamendi. It is understood that the Argentine stopper has undergone his medical in Manchester and agreed terms on a five-year contract. (Daily Mail)Bayern Munich have slammed the door on Manchester United’s hopes of signing German World Cup winning striker Thomas Muller. United had reportedly lodged a £60m bid for the 25-year-old but Bayern insist he will not be sold at any price. (Manchester Evening News)Southampton face a fight to hold to another two of their top stars with Tottenham targeting Victor Wanyama and Manchester United interested in Sadio Mane. (Daily Mirror)West Ham have had a £3.5million bid for Galatasaray striker Burak Yilmaz turned down. (Daily Mirror)West Ham have also pulled out of a surprise deal to sign Emmanuel Adebayor from Tottenham Hotspur. (Daily Telegraph)Everton have agreed a £5.5m fee for River Plate defender Ramiro Funes Mori. (Liverpool Echo)Liverpool will not consider bids for defender Mamadou Sakho – despite the Frenchman’s unrest at being axed from the squad. (Daily Mirror)West Brom are ploughing on with their bid to sign Tottenham defender Federico Fazio, despite snubbing Spurs’ opening bid for Saido Berahino. (Daily Mirror)Sunderland winger Emanuele Giaccherini is a target for Bologna. The 30-year-old, who joined for £6.5million two years ago, is set to decide his future in the next 48 hours with Sunderland willing to sell to fund other moves. (Daily Mail)Shaun Maloney is expected to join Hull from Chicago Fire in the next 48 hours. (Daily Mail)Wolves have rejected a bid from Norwich City for striker Benik Afobe. (Daily Mail)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Reports: Manchester United table £60m bid for Germany striker Thomas MullerBayer Leverkusen want Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho in £7m dealJulian Draxler latest – Juventus offer £21m to land long-term Arsenal targetSunderland star Emanuele Giaccherini could leave the Stadium of Light, reveals agentManchester United stunned as Chelsea win race for Barcelona winger PedroBenzema breakthough! Arsenal have £48m bid accepted by Real Madrid, talkSPORT toldEverton to move for Inter Milan defender if John Stones completes Chelsea switchDavid De Gea told by teammate to stay at Manchester UnitedReal Madrid join Chelsea in eyeing Brazilian defender Alex Telles
talkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip from the January window.First discussed is the impending exit of Ramires from Chelsea with the Brazilian keen to move to Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning for £20m.Joining Ramires on his way out of Stamford Bridge is Loic Remy with it understood that league leaders Leicester City interested in bringing the striker in on loan until the end of the season.Alternatively, the Foxes could turn their attentions to Serie A and Sampdoria striker Eder with the club believed to have tabled an £8m offer for the Brazilian.And Warren also discusses the futures of Graziano Pelle and Bafetimbi Gomis.Here are the latest transfer stories from talkSPORT.com:Chelsea transfer news: Ramires on verge of £20m move to China Chelsea transfer latest: Christian Atsu to join Malaga on loan Arsenal set to fight off Chelsea and Liverpool to land teen sensation Kylian MbappeLeicester transfer report: Premier League leaders table £8m bid for Serie A hotshot Eder Transfer report: PSG defender Gregory van der Wiel stalls on new deal amid interest from Chelsea and Manchester United Transfer report: Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy keen to join Aston Villa on loan Tottenham transfer news: Paris Saint-Germain rebuff loan bid for young striker Swindon Town keen to wrap up permanent deal for Liverpool goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux Fulham step closer to signing Austria defender Michael Madl as club confirm medical
CANYON COUNTRY – A family awoke at dawn Wednesday to a fire after a short circuit in electrical wiring caused the patio to burst into flames. The Hamilton family, parents Steve and Cheryl and daughter Carrie, 22, were able to escape the blaze safely and were awaiting American Red Cross assistance Wednesday. Carrie Hamilton carried a laundry basket to her car, filled with clothing and household items salvaged from the four-bedroom house on Ranier Street as firefighters prepared to leave. “My dad was awake and my mom’s and my alarm clocks were going off when it happened,” she said. “It burned my parents’ room and the rec room and destroyed the kitchen, but my room and my sister’s are just smoke-damaged.” Los Angeles County fire Capt. Glenn Goulet said at least three engines as well as paramedics responded to the blaze, which started at approximately 6:45 a.m. Goulet estimated damage to the structure at approximately $150,000 and to the contents at $50,000. “I’m just guessing,” he said. “How do you put a value on 30 years of someone’s belongings?” No one was injured in the fire. Eeyore, the family cat, however, died of smoke inhalation. As firefighters handled last-minute details, the elder Hamiltons talked on cell phones and surveyed the damage. Insurance adjusters waited for fire personnel to depart. “They’re just trying to get back to normal,” Carrie Hamilton said. firstname.lastname@example.org (661)257-5252 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
BUNCRANA CLG NOTES (01.05.2016)We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to our chairman, Chris Walsh and his family on the death of his father, Dan Walsh. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Walsh family at this time. Senior Football.Buncrana senior footballers were away this weekend to Letterkenny Gaels. This time though they were under strength and were on the losing side by the narrow margin of 3 points.Our reserve team, again support by some of our minor footballers were showing great strength winning with big performances from Craig Doherty and John Cassidy. Conor O’Donnell again was consistent and to even up the average age of a very young team, Stephen and Paul McGonigle featured adding experience to the game.Senior Ladies: Buncrana 4 7 Carndonagh 2 11. Buncrana ladies won a hard fought local derby with a great display of hunger to record their first victory in division one after a dominant first half. They had to withstand a late Carn comeback to hold on for a well deserved win in a great team performance young Lucy Jackson, Aimee Casey and Bernie Devlin were outstanding. Well done ladies. Termon at home next Sunday come along and give them the support they deserveBingoBuncrana GAA are delighted to announce that they have joined with iCARE and will run a charity Bingo on 5th May 2016 at the Plaza. There will be €3500 in prizes. This will start at 8.30pm. Single books €15 & double books €20. Contact Pauline Grant, Michelle McKenna or Catherine O’Neill for books and any further details.Club MembershipAnyone who has not paid club membership please pay as soon as possible. Contact any committee member if you wish to renew or become a member. If you have paid, we are grateful for your support. Membership can be paid online.Recycling Bin Buncrana GAA has a recycle bin at The Scarvey. Anyone who wishes to place old clothes, shoes, curtains, towels etc… can do so. This helps raise funds for the club. Open for anyone to use. Bord Na nOgGaelic footballBoys & Girls U6 Fundamentals Fridays at 6.30pmBoysU8 Boys Friday from 6.30pm – 7.30pmU10 Boys Friday from 6.45pm – 8.00pmU12 Boys Friday from 6.30pm – 8.00pmU14 Boys Friday from 7.00pm – 8.30pmU16 Boys Monday 7.00pmGirls:Reminder to everyone that our underage girls training has moved outdoors!U10s girls on Friday from 3:30 to 4:30pmU8s girls on Friday from 4:30 to 5:30pmU12, & U16 Girls on Monday 6.30pmU14 Girls Wednesday 4.00pmTraining in The Scarvey, Bring gum shield and water and €2 for training contribution.GAA NEWS: UNDER-STRENGTH BUNCRANA SIDE DEFEATED BY LETTERKENNY GAELS was last modified: May 3rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:buncranaGAASport
Thieves stole a school bus and then set it alight on a scenic beach.The 50 seater bus was taken from a bus depot in Carndonagh, Co Donegal and driven for almost 10 miles to a remote beach before it was torched.The bus was driven cross-country before the thieves torched the bus. The smoldering shell of the once red and white bus was found by walkers on Friday morning in a car park at Culdaff beach.A full forensic examination has taken place on the bus in an attempt to locate the thieves.The bus, valued at more than €20,000, was owned by the Lough Swilly Bus Company.A spokesman for the Garda Press office confirmed a full investigation into the theft has been launched. Nobody was injured in the incident.“A school bus was reported stolen and was located burned out. The matter is under investigation,” said a spokesman.Locals have slammed the act of vandalism on the bus which was used to transport pupils to a number of local schools o the Inishowen Peninsula.Gardai have appealed for anybody who may have seen anybody driving the bus between the hours of 11pm on April 12th and 7am on Friday to contact them.Our weekend story on the incident is below: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2012/04/14/gardai-launch-investigation-after-lough-swilly-bus-is-burned-out/THIEVES HAD TAKEN LOUGH SWILLY BUS FOR ‘JOYRIDE’ – GARDAI was last modified: April 16th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:THIEVES HAD TAKEN LOUGH SWILLY BUS FOR ‘JOYRIDE’ – GARDAI
LETTERKENNY AC’S Michael Black has won the Manorcunningham 5k road race.Clubmate Ivan Toner finished second.More than 200 people took part in this year’s race. All the results and times are below: Manorcunningham Road Race 2012Race No.First NameSurnameClubCategoryTime1109MichaelBlackLACS men15.59244IvanTonerLACS men16.20394ShaunMc GettiganFinn ValleyS men16.394137KieranCrawfordLACS men16.56598BennyMc DaidUnattachedS men16.576149NoelDiverRosesS men16.58745PaulTonerLACS men16.598215BryanFerryLACS men17.14965RyanSnodgrassFoyle ValleyS men17.181052JudeO DonnellUnattachedS men17.211175HumphreyMurphyLACO 45men17.3012112MarcusMc ClintockLACO 40men17.361351DaraghMc NultyUnattachedO 40men17.3714150FinolaDiverLACS Women17.431534PatHegartyFinn ValleyO 50men17.501671TomTomphsonFinn ValleyO 40men17.5217136JohnDaleyLACO 40men17.541866RyanGallagherFoyle ValleyS men18.041914AnnraoiCheeversLetterkennyS men18.232072LeeGildeaLACS men18.302191PatrickMahonFoyle ValleyS men18.3722214RaymondBurchUnattachedS men18.4023128CatherineLilburnCity Of DerryS Women18.412468MartinDunleaveyFoyle ValleyO 45men18.4225213KennyO DonnellUnattachedS men18.4526110MartinDevennyLiffordS men18.522736AdrianO DonnellUnattachedS men18.562867SeamusMc CallionFoyle ValleyO 50men19.0329240PatrickMc GlynFinn ValleyS men19.0630212AnthonyMc DaidUnattachedS men19.1331126GarvinMc CluskeLACO 45men19.1732129TrevorDohertyUnattachedS men19.1833226DayleGallagherUnattachedJunior Boy19.193423ShaunMc DaidInisowen ACS men19.20354MichaelKellyUnited Health CareS men19.21362KiearnMc MonagleUnited Health CareS men19.233784AdrianToyeUnattachedS men19.273837PaulMc MonnigleLACS men19.343940SarahMahonCity Of DerryS Women19.3740144KevinHarkinLiffordS men19.40418KieranCoyleUnited Health CareS men19.414218DaraghHarperUnattachedJunior Boy19.4243251MichaelMaddenUnattachedS men19.4544216HughFerryUnattachedS men19.464599DavidPorterUnattachedS men19.5046235DonalLooneyCorkS men19.5147247StewartMageeUnattachedS men19.534881DarenPriceUnattachedS men20.014915PaulCosgroveLetterkennyO 40men20.0450127ShelaReganLACS Women20.05515BrendanGoyvaertsUnited Health 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men21.057878ShaunMc GinleyLiffordO 40men21.0679119StephenRobinsonUnattachedS men21.2180143EugineGallenLiffordO 40men21.278195PaterMc KinneyInishowenO 50men21.2982120StephenSweeneyUnattachedS men21.358385NoreenBonarFinn ValleyO 50women21.3784246PaulLeeUnattachedO 40men21.4185211JohnnyScanlonUnattachedS men21.5586133DeclanMc ElwaineUnattachedS men21.5987252JamesConnorsUnattachedS men21.598839KarenCutliffeCity Of DerryO 40women22.038964JamesDohertyUnattachedO 50men22.089088AlanMc GinleyLiffordJunior Boy22.1391218PhilimLynchUnattachedS men22.1392242PaulRodgersUnattachedS men22.209327ShaunCrossanUnattachedJunior Boy22.3094236HughDoyleUnattachedS men22.409550MartyBonesUnattachedO 40men22.4196108PaulRodgersUnattachedS men22.429725GarethRodgersUnattachedS men22.469810LairdMc KinleyUnited Health CareS men22.5199271MartinaHegartyUnattachedS Woman22.54100219NancyMc NameeUnattachedO 40women23.07101217RonanGibsonUnattachedS men23.16102135NoelMc CormickUnattachedO 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