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Fish Pond for Cape Mount Youth Dedicated

first_imgAs part of the effort to build the capacity of Liberian youth, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), in partnership with the Ministry of Youth and Sport (MYS), has built and presented a fishpond to the youth of Grand Cape Mount County. Martin Vanderknaap, Fisheries and Aquaculture Officer of FAO, and Lance Gbagonyon, Deputy Minister for Youth Development, officially dedicated the fishpond and promised to continue supporting it to ensure the success of the initiative.“Fisheries and aquaculture speak of a blue economy (referring to the ocean’s color). We have always been focusing on cassava, beans, rice and other crops, but it’s time for fish and hope we can improve fish production in Liberia,” remarked Mr. Vanderknaap.“The FAO will extend the project to the end of this year upon request made by you, because I am very impressed to see such a huge gathering of youth and some older people who showed commitment to the initiative. And we want to see at the end of the year that our fish are growing, which will make the program a success,” said.According to him, the FAO intends to show how aquaculture can be a profitable enterprise, especially for the youth of the county, if properly managed.Mr. Vanderknaap said there were some challenges, including feeding the fish, with some of them not attaining the expected size in the pond.Also speaking, Deputy Minister Gbagonyon said he was greatly impressed to see groups of young people voluntarily working together with high commitment. He also commended the women of Cape Mount and Bomi counties for their level of involvement.“I am touched because of the ratio of male to female, which also shows that our women are willing to take the lead in terms of development, demonstrated in Bomi, Grand Bassa and today in Cape Mount,” he said. Minister Gbagonyon urged the beneficiaries not to always be on the receiving end of everything but make use of what was provided that would benefit the community and individual as well.The youth in their response, requested that the two institutions continue to provide for the feeding of the fish up to the first harvest, fencing of the pond, payment of security personnel and the extension of the project to include poultry.“We also want the extension of the project into vegetable production, including eddoes, cassava and other produce, apart from aquaculture,” the youth said.Thinking ahead, the youth said during the dry season, the entire area would be dry and urged FAO and MYS to provide a water pump for the fishpond.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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“I am Qualified”

first_imgDr. Emmanuel Bravy DaykeayDr. Daykeay rejects dismissal by AMEU president The African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) graduate school is gradually edging towards a leadership crisis as a war of words continues between Dr. Emmanuel Bravy Daykeay, who has fallen out of favor with the president of the college, Dr. Joseph T. Isaac. Dr. Daykeay is the one who reportedly helped to establish the graduate school.He is the founding Dean of the AMEU graduate school, but the college administration has said he is ‘unfit’ to lead the institution because his credentials are not weighty enough to allow him to hold such a position permanently.Dr. Isaac has therefore preferred another colleague to occupy the position.AMEU President Dr. Joseph IsaacIn his letter of termination, a copy of which is in the possession of this newspaper, Dr. Isaac stated that Daykeay’s credential is ‘weak.’However,the latter continues putting up a defense for his credentials contrary to what Dr. Isaac believes. “This is a blatant lie only intended to destroy my hard earned reputation and experience in academia,” the young Liberian educator said.In a recent interview with journalists, Dr. Daykeay considers himself amply qualified and competent for the position of dean of the graduate school. Daykeay is the executive director of the Association of Liberian Universities (ALU) and he is instituting a lot of reforms in that position, he stated.Dr. Daykeay obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Liberia; a Master’s degree from Moody Bible Institute; double Masters degree from Strayer University, USA, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Pastoral Ministry from Atlantic Coast Bible College and Theological Seminary in Florida, USA. “These were all legitimately earned,” he said at a press conference.Currently, Dr. Daykeay is a graduating senior at the Grand Canyon University in Arizona, USA, where he is concluding studies for a Doctorate Degree in Higher Education after defending his dissertation last July.To substantiate the claim, he displayed to journalists the original copy of his Doctor of Philosophy degree which he said the AMEU president has wrongfully attacked.In further clarification, Dr. Daykeay said that in a global society, it is not possible for someone of his personality to return home from academic pursuits in the US to contribute his quota to bettering the ‘messy education’ sector by presenting himself as a product of higher learning institutions which do not exist or are unaccredited by any authority.He provided a web link where the validity of the Atlantic Coast Bible College and Theological Seminary, from which he earned his Doctorate Degree in Philosophy, can be checked.He called on authorities of the National Commission on Higher Education to intervene in the ‘unfortunate impasse,’ which he said Dr. Isaac created by his failure to professionally handle.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Kitty man slapped with gun possession charge

first_imgA man, who is no stranger to the law was on Monday slapped with an illegal firearm possession charge and appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.Thirty-one-year-old Royston Rowe of Lot 141 Newtown, Kitty, Georgetown, appeared before Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus and pleaded guilty to the charge which stated that on July 16, 2019, at Campbell Avenue, Georgetown, he had in his possession a .38 revolver, without being the holder of a firearm license.Police Prosecutor Adduni Inniss informed the court that on July 16, Police ranks received a telephone call from Rowe’s girlfriend and they proceeded to the location where they made contact with the woman. The prosecutor indicated to the court that the woman informed the ranks that Rowe threatened to kill her with the gun and she handed over the firearm to the officers.The court further heard that the man was released from prison in May, after spending two years behind bars on an armed robbery charge.The man, when asked by the Magistrate if what the prosecutor said is true, stated that “The police ain’t find me with no gun. Right now my head hurting and me ain’t able waste the court time so I’ll plead guilty. All I had in my hand was two Guinness and a pack of cigarette”.The Magistrate, after listening to the man’s explanation, entered a not guilty plea and remanded him to prison. The case will continue on July 29, 2019.last_img read more

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Vipers on the ropes after Huskies rally to win in the third

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — The Fort St. John Huskies have got the Sexsmith Vipers on the brink of elimination in the first round of the NWJHL playoffs, after rallying in the third period in Saturday night’s game.It was a physical start to the first period, with both teams throwing solid checks. Though both teams settled down a touch as the first wore on, it was a period that featured close back-and-forth hockey with solid goaltending at both ends. Jonathan Bateman made 6 saves in the opening stanza, while none of the Huskies’ ten shots made it into the Vipers’ net.The second period started and it appeared as though Sexsmith seemed to be in control of the play. The stalemate continued at both ends until there was just 3:45 left in the stanza. The Vipers managed to slide one past Bateman to take a 1-0 lead. Though they outshot Sexsmith 12-9, the Huskies weren’t able to get the pucks past Vipers netminder Tyler Boe, and went into the second intermission down by one point.- Advertisement -The Huskies came into the third, and seemed to have changed course during the break. Assistant coach Todd Alexander said that the Pups played the first two periods of the game trying to play the Vipers’ game style, which had worked to their detriment. After regrouping during the intermission, Alexander said that the Huskies started to play their game in the third period, and soon started to see positive results. Less than five minutes in, Matthew Apsassin took a pass from Gary Loewen and Jacob Lang to tie the game up at one apiece. Just over three minutes later, Loewen would make it 2-1 for the Dogs, taking a pass from Apsassin and Aiden Tegart. Bateman made a series of spectacular saves as the Vipers weren’t taking the change in momentum without a fight. Despite the Vipers’ offensive push, the Huskies were also putting plenty of shots on net, outshooting Sexsmith 16-14 in the third. With 44 seconds remaining, Apsassin added his second of the game on a feed from Jacob Lang to give the Huskies some insurance. Though there was a scrum with 25 seconds left, the VIpers took the balance of the penalties, effectively sealing the deal for the Huskies to take a 2-0 lead in the best of five series with the 3-1 win.The Huskies could eliminate the Vipers in Game 3 today on home ice. The puck drops at the North Peace Arena at 1:00 p.m.last_img read more

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Airport audit shows lapses

first_imgShe’ll be billing $250 an hour. Kennard back Kennard retired earlier this year as executive director of LAWA, the city agency that runs Los Angeles International Airport and three smaller airports. It was her second stint as the head of the agency; she also served as director from 1999 to 2003. This time, she managed to negotiate a settlement with LAX’s neighbors, ending years of lawsuits and shelving some bitterly controversial airport plans. She also oversaw the start of a project to reconfigure the southern runways, and a floor-to-ceiling renovation of the aging international terminal. But she also was in charge when airport planners put forward an idea for moving the northernmost runway closer to Westchester. Airport commissioners unanimously applauded Kennard, describing her as a “superstar” with unmatched experience and expertise. And they emphasized that staff members and consultants don’t set the policy of the airport agency. “At the end of the day, it’s the board that decides what the policy is,” board President Alan Rothenberg said. “Don’t kill the messenger.” The audit examined 10 major technology contracts issued since 2002 by LAWA. Those contracts included more than $63 million for security systems, software, telephone service and other electronic goods and services. Often, the audit found, technology staffers began putting together those contracts before they had a clear understanding of what they were requesting. That yielded incomplete or inaccurate proposals – and meant the airport agency might not have gotten the best-qualified or least-expensive bidder for the job. The technology department also misused something called “piggyback contracting,” the audit found. Piggyback contracting means joining an existing contract already issued by another government agency – “piggybacking” on a citywide contract for computers, for example, instead of signing a separate computer contract. Piggyback contracts Half of the contracts cited in the audit were piggybacks. And all of them went above and beyond the terms of the original. In one, for example, the technology department took an existing city contract for computer hardware and peripherals and used it to order high-definition televisions and digital cameras. In another, the department joined a Los Angeles contract that was about to expire, then kept using it for three more years. The idea of piggybacking is to get a better price by joining a bigger contract. “It is not,” the audit noted, “intended as a shortcut to the competitive vendor selection process.” The audit also found a breakdown in the oversight of contracts after they had been signed. In three-quarters of the purchases the audit reviewed, for example, technology staffers had ordered and received something before they even filled out a purchase order for it. In one case, auditors found a packing slip dated April 21, an invoice dated April 23, and the purchase request dated May 7. “In other words,” the audit stated, “staff appears to be ordering goods without first obtaining formal approval.” Fixes recommended Contract managers, the audit found, also were not documenting that goods or services had been received before they approved the payments. The audit found no invoices that had been inappropriately paid; but the process, it noted, “does not ensure that contract administrators are actually verifying goods and services have been received.” The audit, performed by Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting of Sacramento, recommended an entirely new written purchasing policy for the airport agency. It also called for better training in contract procedures and greater oversight of contracts, especially piggybacked ones. “We initiated this audit,” said Samson Mengistu, acting executive director of Los Angeles airports. “We want to fix the things that are issues. We learned a lesson from this.” doug.irving@dailybreeze.com (310) 543-6649160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A review of more than $63 million in technology contracts for Los Angeles World Airports has found widespread lapses in oversight and management failings at all levels of the process. In some cases, contract administrators signed off on payments without making sure the airport department had actually received what it had ordered. In others, technology staff members placed orders without getting formal approval. The internal audit obtained Monday by the Daily Breeze found no deliberate wrongdoing or missing funds. Instead, it described a contracting process that “does not appear to be as efficient or effective as possible.” It noted that, by not following all of the rules, the technology department could not ensure that its money is being spent in the best interest of the public. The department – and the airport agency as a whole – has been working to tighten its contracting procedures, officials said. Its chief information officer, Louis Hook, said many of the contracts singled out in the audit were signed during a time of high turnover and budget problems in his department. “We’ve been moving on these before the audit, during the audit and after the audit,” he said. “You will continue to see improvement. The structure is there to continue down that path.” The audit was first issued in late January. Hook announced his resignation less than two weeks later to become a private consultant. Hook, who has not yet stepped down, said Monday that his resignation was not related to the audit’s findings. Meanwhile, airport commissioners on Monday voted to offer former LAWA Executive Director Lydia Kennard a one-year consulting contract worth up to $200,000. Their vote came over the objections of a small crowd of Westchester residents, who blame Kennard for what they see as airport expansion policies. Kennard will continue to focus on airport planning and on an effort to spread more air traffic to smaller airports in the suburbs. Her consulting contract provides for two possible one-year extensions. last_img read more

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Vote postponed on online charter high school

first_imgLANCASTER – Met with opposition, mostly from teachers, the Antelope Valley Union High School District board postponed a vote on a proposed online charter school. At a public hearing Wednesday to measure support for the school, one person spoke in favor of the proposal and 15 people, all but one of them teachers, spoke against it. The school is proposed by a firm affiliated with the University Phoenix. “Some of the community and a lot of the teachers and a couple of the board members felt we rushed into it and didn’t go through the process,” trustee Jim Lott said. “Some teachers said that was the first they saw it. Maybe we moved too fast.” The Los Angeles County Online High School charter petition came before trustees two weeks after the board in a 3-2 vote changed the district’s charter-school policy to allow consideration of late applications under “special circumstances.” The proponents want to start operating an online high school in the next school year, but missed a November deadline to submit a charter petition. The board voted unanimously Wednesday to table action for at least a week pending further review. Board member Ira Simonds said teachers were concerned about the quality of an online school, and six of them volunteered to serve on a review committee. “I was a teacher for 37 years. I know that I made a difference by being with the kids in the classroom. I could talk to them or help them,” Simonds said. Lott said he supports the proposal as another option for students who probably would not draw significant numbers away from regular schools. “If we don’t get it for our kids, some other district can approve it and can take our kids from us. We have an opportunity to get involved,” Lott said. Teachers had suggested the district could start its own online charter school, but Lott said that would cost $3 million to $4 million – money the district does not have. Trustee Al Beattie said the online charter, already established in Washington and Wisconsin, would offer 130 courses, including many not available at local schools. He said it probably would attract mainly home-schooled students, and so it would have no significant impact on the district’s per-pupil funding from the state. “I see the virtual charter as a way to get to those students. No one has brought forward a reason not to approve this,” Beattie said. karen.maeshiro@dailynews.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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Search on for three missing boys

first_imgDIAMOND BAR – Authorities searched today for three missing boys from Diamond Bar — reportedly the grandchildren of Rep. Gary Miller, R-Diamond Bar — who may have been kidnapped by their mother. Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Major Crimes Bureau responded to the 2200 block of Cello Drive at 10:15 last night to investigate the circumstances surrounding the possible abduction of the three boys, said Deputy Aura Sierra of the Sheriff Headquarters Bureau. The children — one is 8, the others are 6, were reported missing about 3:35 p.m. yesterday, Sierra said. The 6-year-olds are twins and one of the missing children is named Brian, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, which first reported the alleged abduction yesterday. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre The mother, who does not have legal custody of the children, was identified as Jennifer DeJongh and is also known as Jennifer Lopez. She may be en route to Nevada, possibly Las Vegas, Sierra said. The parents of the children are divorced and there appears to be a custody battle between the two, sheriff’s officials told the Tribune. Miller, 59, represents the 42nd Congressional District, which includes Diamond Bar, Brea, Chino and Chino Hills. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of the three boys was asked to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department’s Walnut Station at (909) 595- 2264. For more news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here.last_img read more

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DONEGAL PEOPLE BEING ENCOURAGED TO ‘STEP ON IT’

first_imgThe Donegal Sports Partnership will pilot a new 8 week Outdoor Walking Programme on Saturday 15th February at The Vestry, St Conal’s Hospital, Letterkenny.‘STEP ON IT’ aims to improve your functional fitness through walking, and will subsequently concentrate on walking technique, posture, warm ups/cool downs, stretching, goal setting & nutritional advice.The programme has been developed and will be delivered by a fully qualified FitWalk Ireland tutor, and will incorporate different challenges and routes each week. The programme is suitable for all fitness levels and abilities; regardless of whether you walk regularly or not.Come along and join a group that will provide the enthusiasm and motivation to help you achieve the maximum benefits from walking, and ensure your walking workout is enjoyable and worth while!Registration is from 10.45am, with the session starting at 11am. Sessions will run every Saturday morning for 8 consecutive weeks, with weekly activity plans distributed at each group meeting.A once-off registration fee of €20 will cover your 8 weeks on the programme and all additional supporting material. To pre-register, email Karen@activedonegal.com or phone/text 087-7376537 with your Name & Contact details or queries can be made by contacting the Donegal Sports Partnership Offices on 074-9116078.  DONEGAL PEOPLE BEING ENCOURAGED TO ‘STEP ON IT’ was last modified: February 11th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DONEGAL SPORTS PARTNERSHIPletterkennyStep On Itwalkerslast_img read more

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GOLF NEWS: OTWAY GOLF CLUB NOTES

first_imgThe first club stroke competition of the year was held in Otway on Sunday 7th April in the best of the weather conditions yet this year.Another new name to the 2013 winners enclosure was Anthony McFadden who recorded a net score of 60 in the Pier Hotel Cup, just enough to pip Arthur Morisson into second place on break of tie.The rest of the field had at least one ‘hard luck’ story to let their chances of success slip by,including Paul Murray, whose slight error on the eight, both times, left him one shot back and cursing his lack of course planning! Action resumes this Sunday April 21st with the McCamish Cup, a single stableford club competition, when maybe some of the regulars in the winners enclosure from 2012 will kick-start their 2013 ! GOLF NEWS: OTWAY GOLF CLUB NOTES was last modified: April 15th, 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:OTWAY GOLF CLUB NOTESlast_img read more

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THE MILFORD GAA 5K RESULTS

first_imgSO WHERE did you come in the Milford GAA celebration 5k?All the results are below:A picture special can be seen here: https://www.donegaldaily.com/2013/07/25/picture-special-as-milford-gaa-club-celebrates-birthday-with-5k-race/Milford GAA & AC 5kPlace Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 53 16.56 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A C 2 139 17.11 Conal McCambridge JM N B Harriers3 78 17.31 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C4 16 17.37 Garreth Kerrigan SM Milford A C5 132 17.41 Pauric Breslin SM Individual6 104 17.52 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C 7 27 18.03 Hugh Coll M40 Individual8 154 18.08 Barry Coyle SM Individual9 51 18.25 Joe English M50 Letterkenny A C10 123 18.25 Joe Gallagher SM Individual 11 65 18.26 Mark McPaul JM Individual12 155 18.44 Eddie Sweeney SM Individual13 70 19.07 Christopher Murray JM Cranford A C14 44 19.08 Damien McBride SM Milford A C15 64 19.08 P.J. Hagan SM Individual16 5 19.14 Brendan McBride M40 Rosses A.C.17 19 19.22 Brian Dotherty SM Milford A C18 40 19.28 Anthony Doherty M40 Individual19 148 19.32 Curly Coyle SM Individual20 92 19.40 Irene McFAdden SW Letterkenny A C21 86 19.40 Raymond McGahey M40 Individual22 91 19.40 Shaun McFadden SM Letterkenny A C23 66 19.50 Ray McGrory SM Milford A C24 93 19.50 Sheila Regan SW Letterkenny A C25 146 19.54 Manus McBride M40 Individual26 103 20.00 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual27 115 20.12 Gerard Dorrian M40 Individual28 20 20.23 Sinead Peoples SW Milford A C29 127 20.44 Austin Breslin SM Individual30 140 20.50 Colm McTaggart SM Individual31 136 20.51 Noel Kilpatrick SM Individual32 130 20.57 Paddy McCambridge M50 NB Harriers33 56 20.58 Terry McFadden SM Individual34 31 20.59 Darragh Kelly SM Individual35 98 21.10 Darren Dunworth JM Individual36 283 21.15 Karen Gallagher Walker Individual37 280 21.17 Liam Donnelly Walker Cranford A C38 87 21.18 Christine Russell JW Letterkenny A C39 265 21.35 Conor Coll Walker Individual40 265 21.35 Paul Ryan Walker Milford A C41 150 21.41 Des Goyvaerts SM Individual42 85 21.43 Orla Fogerty JW Letterkenny A C43 258 21.52 Megan Ryan Walker Letterkenny A C44 54 22.08 Francis Diver M40 Milford A C45 82 22.10 Finn Begley W40 Letterkenny A C46 142 22.19 Declan Irwin SM Individual47 100 22.20 Philip Browns SM Individual48 28 22.23 Kenny Graham M40 Individual49 96 22.27 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny A C50 58 22.27 James Doherty M60 Milford A C51 143 22.28 Paddy McGettigan SM Individual52 133 22.32 Ita McCambridge W50 N B Harriers53 71 22.34 Hugh O’Donnell M50 Individual54 88 22.35 Mark McGettigan SM Individual55 101 22.45 Chris Ashmore M40 Individual56 94 23.02 Laird McKinley SM Individual57 68 23.17 Patricia Orsi W40 Milford A C58 33 23.29 Dessie McLaughlin M40 Individual59 39 23.40 Amy O’Donnell JW Milford A C60 6 23.41 Andrew Stewart SM Lifford A C61 138 23.42 Cian McGettigan JM Individual62 50 23.43 Barry Browne M40 Milford A C63 114 23.47 John Pollock M50 Individual64 128 23.48 Alister Hetheringon M40 Individual65 102 23.53 Declan Friel M40 Milford A C66 90 23.55 Sean McHugh SM Milford A C67 48 24.09 Lynette Morgan SW Milford A C68 145 24.10 Mark Gildea SM Individual69 7 24.11 Emmet Eastwood SM Individual70 153 24.17 Stephen Roarty SM Individual71 61 24.18 Lauren McElwaine JW Individual72 108 24.22 Ciaran Gibbons SM Individual73 60 24.23 Stephen Boucher SM Milford A C74 29 24.26 Pat Ferry M40 Individual75 18 24.35 Orla Cullen SW Milford A C76 45 24.36 Paul McCleary M40 Milford A C77 137 24.38 Francesca Patton SW Individual78 152 24.38 Barry Tinney SM Individual79 134 24.42 Olivia Gillen SW Convoy80 89 24.47 Adrian Hards M40 Individual81 270 24.47 Jude Hards Walker Individual82 116 24.53 Annette Sheehy SW Milford A C83 8 24.56 Cheryl Towns W40 Milford A C84 97 25.01 Josie Flanagan W40 Milford A C85 254 25.02 Adam McHugh Walker Individual86 3 25.03 Siobhan McHugh W40 Individual87 117 25.03 Aodhan Dorrian JM Individual88 95 25.10 Yvonne O’Donnell SW Milford A C89 151 25.14 Susie Tinney SW Individual90 281 25.29 Enda McGinley Walker Individual91 158 25.29 Jackie Barret W40 Individual92 10 25.32 John Ward SM Milford A C93 106 25.35 Jenny Danner SW Individual94 63 25.37 Agnus Ryan SW Milford A C95 84 25.43 Frances Gallagher SW Individual96 124 25.45 Eileen Morning W40 Individual97 83 26.14 Frank McGettigan M50 Individual98 73 26.17 Patricia Nulty W40 Milford A C99 4 26.33 Dympna Barret W40 Individual100 126 26.39 Cheryl Hetherington W40 Individual101 257 26.44 Finnian Coll Walker Individual102 38 26.52 Lucinda Nash SW Individual103 9 26.53 Una McCotter W40 Milford A C104 255 26.56 Mark McHugh Walker Individual105 2 26.56 Michael McHugh SM Milford A C106 122 26.59 Marty Huston M40 Milford A C107 120 26.59 Debbie Huston W40 Milford A C108 46 27.11 Orla McBride SW Individual109 109 27.11 Josephine Gibbons SW Individual110 149 27.18 Garry Connaghan M40 Individual111 26 27.23 Shane Kelly SM Milford A C112 17 27.31 Lee Phonsby SM Individual113 157 27.45 Sharon Durkin W40 Milford A C114 107 27.47 Sharon Molloy SW Individual115 105 27.47 Nessa McBride SW Individual116 81 27.53 Michael Durning SM Individual117 99 27.54 Desmond Brownlie M60 Lagan Valley118 23 28.08 Axel Pawlik M50 Individual119 55 28.17 Bridget Friel W40 Milford A C120 52 28.21 Sara Nairn SW Individual121 11 28.24 Rona McGlynn SW Milford A C122 25 28.24 Eva Kelly SW Individual123 118 28.33 Valerie Coyle SW Individual124 119 28.33 Marie Gallagher SW Individual125 22 28.34 Nancy Gallagher W50 Milford A C126 57 28.52 Ann Doherty W60 Milford A C127 21 28.54 Sandra Cullen W40 Milford A C128 159 28.54 Josephine Burke W50 Individual129 79 28.55 Peter Doherty SM Individual130 74 28.56 Lee McLaughlin SM Milford A C131 266 29.03 Liam Doherty Walker Cranford A C132 12 29.12 Bridgeen Blaney W40 Milford A C133 261 29.12 Oisin Bradley Walker Individual134 75 29.12 Seamus Morrison SM Milford A C135 80 29.37 Adele Doherty SW Individual136 72 29.47 Ciara Murray JW Cranford A C137 112 29.51 Laura Edwards SW Individual138 41 29.51 Josie Gallagher W40 Individual139 36 30.02 Tara Hardy JW Milford A C140 59 30.38 Mairead Sharkey W40 Milford A C141 47 30.49 Keelin Doherty SW Milford A C142 131 31.07 Caitriona Mulhern SW Milford A C143 279 31.16 Barry Donnelly Walker Cranford A C144 156 31.30 Noelle White SW Individual145 1 31.47 Mary O’Donnell W50 Individual146 37 31.54 Oonagh Russell W40 Milford A C147 135 31.58 Carmel Cavanagh SW Individual148 111 32.04 Keri Hoffman SW Individual149 30 32.15 Kerry Doherty SW Individual150 141 32.16 Aidan Black M40 Individual151 129 32.36 Adam Friel JM Individual152 62 32.38 James McBride JM Individual153 43 32.43 Laura Dill SM Milford A C154 42 32.46 Kathleen Dill SW Milford A C155 15 32.49 Sinead Friel W40 Milford A C156 286 32.59 Diarmuid Coyle Walker Individual157 24 33.00 Lorraine McGinley SW Milford A C158 49 33.10 Shannon Doherty SW Milford A C159 274 33.35 Jordan Graham Walker Individual160 272 33.48 James Logue Walker Individual161 13 33.48 Chris Hosford M40 Milford A C162 271 33.53 Paul Doherty Walker Individual163 110 34.04 Eilis McGlynn W50 Individual164 273 34.35 Chloe Hetherington Walker Individual165 14 34.38 Margaret Deeney W40 Milford A C166 125 36.10 Megan Friel SW Individual167 268 36.11 Lavina Ward Walker Individual168 269 36.11 Marie Boyce Walker Individual169 278 36.32 Mary McGettigan Walker Individual170 277 36.32 Colm McGettigan Walker Individual171 262 37.03 Wendy Toye Walker Individual172 35 37.05 Beth Deeney W40 Milford A C173 34 37.05 Jacinta Hardy W40 Milford A C174 77 37.05 Eileen McDevitt W40 Milford A C175 76 37.05 Eileen Lougady W50 Milford A C176 69 38.08 Josie Ramsay W60 Milford A C177 251 38.22 Margaret Boyce Walker Individual178 67 38.36 Ronny Ramsay M60 Milford A C179 260 39.06 John Bradley Walker Individual180 32 39.59 Shauna Kelly W40 Milford A C181 144 39.59 Aishling Kelly SW Individual182 147 39.59 Paul Huston SM Individual183 121 40.11 Margaret Black SW Milford A C184 252 42.10 Ann McGowan Walker Individual185 253 42.12 Dearbhla Connaghan Walker Individual186 276 42.44 Carmel Black Walker Individual187 275 42.44 Patricia Black Walker Individual188 263 43.03 Elenor Roarty Walker Individual189 282 43.03 Mary McGinley Walker Individual190 284 43.49 Bernie Wilson Walker Individual191 285 43.49 Ashling Dorrian Walker Individual192 264 45.32 Rachel Roarty Walker Milford A C193 259 45.32 Rebecca Ryan Walker Letterkenny A CTotal Runners: 193THE MILFORD GAA 5K RESULTS was last modified: July 26th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to 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