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Both SBVC guards played all 40 minutes against Chaffey’s full-court press. Hurdle tallied 28 points on 11-for-18 shooting with six assists and six rebounds. McKinstry chalked up 13 points, eight assists, and six steals but did have 14 turnovers. “I was using my timeouts just to give those guys a break,” SBVC interim coach Gerry Wright said. “I told them at the half I was going to try and spell them but they said they were ready to go play 20 more minutes.” Chaffey, the defending conference champion, dominated the first meeting between the teams, winning 117-99. But SBVC took control in the middle of the second half and was not threatened after that. The game was knotted at 53 with 13:55 to go when the Wolverines went on a 13-0 run with nine of those points coming from Hurdle. He also nailed a 3-pointer with 8:43 left that made it 69-54 and the Wolverines never looked back. SAN BERNARDINO – San Bernardino Valley College is used to wearing down other teams. The same is true for Chaffey College. So something had to give as the teams battled for Foothill Conference supremacy Wednesday. Chaffey suffered a blow when 6-foot-10 center Kenny Hicks was called for two technical fouls and was ejected from the game with 1:25 left in the first half and the Panthers down 42-34. That ejection means he can not play Saturday against Antelope Valley, an opponent with a strong inside presence. All five SBVC starters finished in double figures with Johnny Barnes adding 17 points, 18 rebounds and three blocks in 38 minutes. Lewis Leonard chipped in with 13 points and Devon Davis added 10 with eight rebounds. SBVC had a commanding 53-37 rebounding edge and shot 56 percent (36-for-64). Chaffey shot just 34 percent (24-for-75) including 9-for-39 from long distance. Anthony Carson and Alywn Jordan led the Panthers with 14 points each. “We’re so used to winning that when we face some adversity we had some bad attitudes,” Klein said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Chaffey gave, as the Wolverines, led by the guard tandem of Lance Hurdle and Darrian McKinstry, weathered the storm and prevailed 90-76. The win gives SBVC (25-6, 12-1) at least a share of the conference title. It will clinch it outright with a win Saturday at Barstow. Meanwhile Chaffey (27-5, 11-2) will play Antelope Valley for second place at 3 p.m. Saturday.
Legislation being introduced this week in Sacramento to toughen gun rules received support Thursday from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and local law enforcement leaders. While some of the measures have failed in previous legislative sessions and others are modeled after local laws, all are designed to help police reduce violence. Officials said the measures also will help attack gang crime by making it easier to identify the owners of weapons. “These bills will give us the legal ammunition to go after gangs,” said Villaraigosa, who was joined by Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton and county Sheriff Lee Baca. Displaying an AR-15 assault weapon, Baca said officials recently seized 300 weapons illegally possessed in Compton – 80 percent of them reported lost or stolen by their owners. “This is a weapon that was not designed for sport,” Baca said, holding the AR-15 in the air. “This is a weapon that was not designed for hunting. This is a weapon of war.” A measure by Assemblyman Mike Feuer, D-Los Angeles, calls for gun manufacturers to develop weapons that imprint a microstamp on bullets, allowing police to identify which weapon was used in a crime. Assemblyman Kevin DeLeon, D-Los Angeles, has introduced a measure calling for anyone who sells ammunition to be licensed. Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, has introduced a bill similar to a Los Angeles law that requires gun owners to report within 48 hours whenever a weapon is lost or stolen. State Sen. Alex Padilla, D-Van Nuys, has introduced a measure that would give law enforcement officials more time to use the national Integrated Ballistics Information Network to track weapons used in crimes. email@example.com (213) 978-0390160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Reigning champions Australia, who won their fifth title on home soil in 2015, come into tournament boosted by the returns of star batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner after both served bans for ball-tampering following the “sandpapergate” scandal.England, boasting a plethora of big-hitting white-ball specialists, are the top-ranked team in the 50-over game, while Virat Kohli’s India are also packed with superstars who have honed their skills in the Indian Premier League.New Zealand and South Africa will also harbour hopes of World Cup glory in the 10-team tournament, in which each side will play all the others before the semi-finals.India’s Virat Kohli is the top-ranked batsman in one-day international cricket © AFP/File / DIBYANGSHU SARKARFormer winners Pakistan can never be ruled out and West Indies, featuring self-style “Universe Boss” Chris Gayle for the final time in ODIs, will fancy their chances of a first World Cup triumph since 1979.In an age in which astonishing run-scoring feats have become commonplace in limited-overs cricket, it may be the hard-pressed bowlers who determine the destiny of this year’s title, depending on the conditions for the event, which runs from May 30 until July 14.“If it’s a damp summer then the team with the best seam attack will start with a huge advantage, as batting will be a challenge,” former Australia captain Ian Chappell wrote on espncricinfo.com.“If, on the other hand, it’s a dry summer, the batsmen will have the upper hand and it’ll be the attacks with plenty of variety — the accent on genuine pace and spin — that are likely to make the final.”– England tipped for glory –Top-ranked England will undoubtedly start the tournament as favourites.They were, however, strongly fancied to win the 2017 50-over Champions Trophy, which they hosted, only to lose to eventual winners Pakistan in the semi-finals.Jos Buttler celebrates reaching a century against Pakistan in Southampton © AFP/File / Ian KINGTONThat match saw England fail to adjust to a slow Cardiff pitch that was not ideally suited to attacking strokeplay.But England one-day captain Eoin Morgan said his side had learned their lesson.“We are very realistic about the pitches we might play on,” he said. “They might deteriorate as the World Cup goes on and we are planning for that.”England have never won a men’s World Cup, with the last of their three losing appearances in the final coming in 1992.Steve Smith (right) and David Warner are back for Australia © AFP/File / Patrick HAMILTONA limp first-round departure at the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand was the catalyst for a transformation in England’s white-ball game based on aggressive batting, as exemplified by the likes of Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler.England are now even threatening to smash the 500-run barrier for the first time in an ODI innings, having set a new record total of 481 for six against Australia in Nottingham last year.And their attack now has an extra threat in recently qualified Barbados-born fast bowler Jofra Archer, who is likely to be named in England’s squad of 15.“England have the strongest side they have ever had, and the inclusion of the exciting Jofra Archer is only going to strengthen that,” former England skipper Mike Gatting told the Cricketer magazine.“England will not have a better opportunity to win it,” added Gatting, the losing skipper when Australia won the 1987 final.Chris Gayle is retiring from one-day international cricket after the World Cup © AFP/File / Randy BrooksIndia upset the odds to beat West Indies in the 1983 World Cup final at Lord’s under the captaincy of Kapil Dev and now boast another inspirational skipper in star batsman Kohli.They can also call upon high-quality fast bowlers in Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah as well as spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.South Africa will be desperate to shed their tag of World Cup chokers while consistent New Zealand, losing finalists in 2015 and repeatedly in the last four, boast a clutch of match-winners — batsmen Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor as well as seamers Tim Southee and Trent Boult.0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Australia celebrate winning the World Cup on home soil in 2015 © AFP/File / WILLIAM WESTLONDON, United Kingdom, May 17 – The World Cup returns to its birthplace when the 12th edition of the one-day international showpiece starts in England later this month, with many predicting a batting bonanza.The inaugural 1975 tournament saw West Indies beat Australia in a memorable Lord’s final and it is 20 years since England last staged the event, when Australia overwhelmed Pakistan in a lopsided final.
Turkish duo Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are battling it out to sign Chelsea outcast Christian Atsu.There were high hopes for the forward when he arrived from Porto in September 2013 but he has failed to establish himself in west London.The 24-year-old has never made a senior appearance for the Blues and has been sent on a string of loan moves.Last season he joined fellow Premier League side Bournemouth but returned after six months having never appeared in a top-flight game.He fared slightly better at Malaga during the second half of last term, scoring twice in 11 LaLiga outings.He was not included in Chelsea’s squad for the pre-season tour of the USA as he plots his next move.According to Fotospor, fierce Istanbul rivals Galatasaray and Fenerbahce want to lure him to the Turkish Super Lig.They are both lining up loan approaches for the Ghanaian, who is under contract at Stamford Bridge until 2018, while Malaga retain an interest in re-signing him. Christian Atsu: The 24-year-old is surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge 1
MORE than 120 repossession cases have been listed for hearing at Letterkenny Registrar’s Court today.All the cases had been due to be heard yesterday, but they were adjourned as the Registrar Joe Smith had been sitting in Cavan.The Irish Land League represented some of the 122 people this morning, objecting to the cases going ahead. Ciaran Moyne from the organisation said one woman who is facing the repossession of her home had spent €47 travelling to court yesterday and couldn’t afford to come again today.Registrar Smith agreed to adjourn five cases of people who were in court this morning.Mr Moyne said it was “deeply unfair” that people had come to court yesterday to discover their cases had been adjourned until today.Mr Smith said however that “no-one will be treated unfairly”.This morning’s cases were adjourned until July 13.122 REPOSSESSION CASES BEFORE REGISTRAR’S COURT was last modified: March 10th, 2015 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 print (Opens in new window) Tags:courtdonegalletterkennyRepossessions
DONEGAL cyclist Ronan McLaughlin from the Sean Kelly team suffered heartache today on Stage 4 of the An Post Rás when he was caught caught within metres of the finishing line.He was pipped by Danish rider Mark Sehested Pedersen (Denmark Blue Water Cycling) when he won a group sprint to claim a sensational victory.Marcin Bialoblocki (Britain Node4 Giordana) repeated yesterday’s result by claiming second place, Remi Sarreboubee (France AVC Aix En Provence) came in third with Irish man David McCann (Taiwan RTS Racing) and yesterday’s winner Gediminas Bagdonas (An Post Sean Kelly) placed fourth and fifth respectively. The 134 kilometre route from Westport was very flat and devoid of any categorised climbs, which made for a fast and exciting day of racing.McLaughlin was aggressive from early on and broke away twice in small groups before being caught again. However, the young man from Donegal was determined to put on a performance in his home county. After 64 kilometres he attacked yet again, this time alone, building up a thirty-second lead ahead of chasers Sondre Hurum (Norway Oneco – Mesterhus) and Christopher Jennings (Britain Rapha Condor Sharp), leaving a chasing group over three minutes behind and the peloton almost four.However, the young man from Donegal was determined to put on a performance in his home county. After 64 kilometres he attacked yet again, this time alone, building up a thirty-second lead ahead of chasers Sondre Hurum (Norway Oneco – Mesterhus) and Christopher Jennings (Britain Rapha Condor Sharp), leaving a chasing group over three minutes behind and the peloton almost four.McLaughlin showed no signs of slowing down as he passed through Sligo. For the next 30 kilometres he rode hard while being pushed along by the tailwind and encouraged by manager Kurt Bogaerts from the team car. With only 20 kilometres to go his lead was one minute 18 seconds while behind him a group containing the yellow jersey holder Pirmin Lang (Switzerland Atlas Jakroo) had caught up with the two chasers, Hurum and Jennings. McLaughlin at this stage was being chased by a group of eighteen riders including fellow Irishman Philip Lavery (Britain Node4 Giordana Racing). Lavery went clear briefly with James Gullen (Britain East Midlands) chasing down McLaughlin before being caught by the group. McLaughlin’s lead was dwindling and by the time the final two kilometres came there was only 20 seconds between them.With 150 metres to go and the crowd roaring him to the line, an exhausted McLaughlin agonisingly ran out of steam and was caught by the chasing group who sprinted to the finish with Pedersen marginally edging it over Bialoblocki.McLaughlin was clearly devastated after having put in such a superb performance.“I gave it everything I had but unfortunately the finish line was 50 metres too far away. I think I did the ten hardest sprints of my life today, but I just didn’t have enough in the tank to finish it off”.“I was determined to put in a good performance today being from Donegal but it just wasn’t to be – it’s just one of those things,” McLaughlin added. “I was determined to put in a good performance today being from Donegal but it just wasn’t to be – it’s just one of those things,” McLaughlin added.Pirmin Lang retained the yellow jersey for a third day running with British rider Richard Handley (Britain Rapha Condor Sharp) keeping the U23 jersey as well as moving up to second in the general classification ahead of Bialoblocki. Irish rider Connor McConvey stays in fifth position, one place ahead of An Post team mate and reigning Rás champion Gediminas Bagdonas.Best of the Irish yesterday was David McCann who finished in fourth place while Sorum Hurum collected the King of the Mountains jersey as Dan Craven did not start after suffering from concussion yesterday and requiring surgery to his chin.CYCLING: HEARTACHE FOR McLAUGHLIN ON THE FINISH LINE was last modified: May 24th, 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:CYCLING: HEARTACHE FOR McLAUGHLIN ON THE FINISH LINE
Congratulations: Congratulations to Matthew Mulholland who played at half time during the Ulster Final. Well done Matthew, from everyone at the club.Free Fundamentals Camp: The Club will hold a FREE fundamentals summer camp for 5 & 6 year olds only at the Scarvey on Wednesday the 24th July 2013, Thursday the 25th July 2013, and Friday the 26th July 2013 from 10.30am to 1.30pm each day. This event is open to everyone.Please ensure your child/children have a healthy snack and a drink (and sun cream if this weather continues!) Any Queries please contact Declan: 087-0916662 or Jim: 087-9933420 Donegal vs Laois: Orders for tickets for Saturday’s All Ireland Qualifier match will be taken tonight Tuesday between 8-9pm in the clubhouse. We will only be applying for tickets from the county board based on orders taken tonight and the Club has been allocated a maximum of 180 tickets with only 8 ‘unreserved’ seats available. These seats will be allocated to those that need them most.Girls Football: Girls football training is on Monday night at 7.00pm sharp. Open to all girls from the ages of 9 to 16 years of age. New players are also welcome. Please bring your own water bottle.U5 and U6 Gaelic Games: On Saturday the 27th July 2013 at 11.00am we will have our Presentation Day for the Under 6 children at the Clubhouse at the Scarvey.U8 Football: U8 Football will continue on Friday at 6.30pm, new members are always welcome. U9/U10 Football: U9 Football (for children born in 2004) and U10 Football (for children born in 2003) is on Friday evenings in the Scarvey from 6:30pm. New players are always welcome. Last weekend our teams played in Dungiven against Dungiven, Drumsurn and Craigbane. Thanks to parents for all who attended and supported.U12 Football: The training times are as follows: Tuesday 7.00-8.00pm and Friday 7.00-8.30pm. League matches are held each Monday evening. Mouthguards are now compulsory for all training as well as matches. Newcomers are always welcome to come along and learn the basic skills of Gaelic football in a fun, safe environment.Club Notes: Anyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Oisín at firstname.lastname@example.org to be included on the mailing list. If you have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Oisín at email@example.com by 6pm on each Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa or www.twitter.com/buncranagaa @buncranagaa, or visit our website www.buncranagaa.com.GAA NEWS – BUNCRANA TO HOST FREE CAMP FOR UNDERAGE PLAYERS was last modified: July 23rd, 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:Buncrana GAA
RUNNERS AT THE BURTONPORT 5KALMOST 250 runners took part in last night’s Burtonport 5k.Congratulations to FVAC’S Gerard Gallagher & Teresa Mc Gloin on their wins at the event.Full results below: BURTONPORT 5K 2012Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 15.31 18 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A.C.2 15.48 144 James Brown M40+ City Of Derry3 15.51 21 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A.C.4 15.57 163 James Speight SM Finn Valley A.C.5 15.58 135 Kevin Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.6 16.01 19 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A.C.7 16.02 130 Sean McGettigan SM Finn Valley A.C.8 16.07 111 Jonathan Patton M40+ Letterkenny A.C.9 16.08 35 Garvin Walker SM Letterkenny A.C.10 16.09 149 Paul McGlinchey SM Letterkenny A.C.11 16.16 167 Dominic Bonner M50+ Finn Valley A.C.12 16.20 20 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A.C.13 16.25 85 Theresa McGloin SW Finn Valley A.C.14 16.31 150 Ciaran McBride SM Letterkenny A.C.15 16.33 83 Ryan Porter JM Finn Valley A.C.16 16.34 119 Gerard McGranaghan SM Letterkenny A.C.17 16.45 66 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.18 16.55 68 Shaun McNulty SM Finn Valley A.C.19 17.02 25 Duain Robb SM Inishowen AC20 17.08 223 Matthew McDowell SM 24/7 Triathlon Club21 17.09 133 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.22 17.12 127 Joe English M50+ Letterkenny A.C.23 17.13 9 Tom Thompson M40+ Finn Valley A.C.24 17.19 13 Liam Murray SM Individual25 17.22 24 Gareth McLaughlin SM Inishowen AC26 17.25 128 Martin Gormley M45+ Letterkenny A.C.27 17.28 15 Conor Gallagher SM Lifford AC28 17.29 10 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A.C.29 17.30 117 Wesley McCormick SM Finn Valley A.C.30 17.33 134 Pat Hegarty M50+ Finn Valley A.C.31 17.38 61 Jason King M40+ Letterkenny A.C.32 17.39 110 Bill Duncan M45+ City Of Derry33 17.46 14 Kevin Connolly SM Lifford AC34 17.47 161 Angela Speight SW Finn Valley A.C.35 17.48 71 PJ Boyce M45+ Cranford AC36 17.49 16 Aidan McKenna M40+ Letterkenny A.C.37 17.51 118 Annraoi Cheevers SM Letterkenny A.C.38 17.52 107 Michael Penrose SM Finn Valley A.C.39 17.53 63 Lee Gildea SM Letterkenny A.C.40 17.54 204 Raymond Birch SM Individual41 18.08 201 Paul Murray SM Individual42 18.10 211 Eamonn O’Donnell SM Individual43 18.12 231 Patrick Penrose JM Individual44 18.13 108 Ann Marie McGlynn SW Lifford AC45 18.14 53 Paul Kelly SM Lifford AC46 18.15 191 John Paul Wilson SM Rosses A.C.47 18.22 202 Colly O’Donnell M40+ Individual48 18.26 46 Shaun Paul Byrne M40+ Finn Valley A.C.49 18.30 29 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford AC50 18.31 109 Catherine Lilburn SW City Of Derry51 18.34 26 Natasha Adams SW Lifford AC52 18.42 152 Enda McBride JM Letterkenny A.C.53 18.45 222 Denis Forker SM Rosses A.C.54 18.49 284 Hugh Moy JM Rosses A.C.55 18.53 126 Gary Gallagher SM Lifford AC56 18.54 55 Kevin Harkin SM Lifford AC57 18.55 95 Patrick McGlynn SM Finn Valley A.C.58 18.59 62 Paul McMonagle SM Letterkenny A.C.59 19.00 82 Noeleen Porter W45+ Finn Valley A.C.60 19.03 120 Monica McGranaghan SW Letterkenny A.C.61 19.04 125 Gabriel McCrossan M45+ Letterkenny A.C.62 19.07 73 Joseph Brennan M40+ Individual63 19.10 171 Colin Mooney SM Individual64 19.11 193 Felin Donnelly M45+ Individual65 19.15 65 Mary Connolly SW Finn Valley A.C.66 19.16 208 Sean Dudgeon SM Lifford AC67 19.19 156 Kieran Coyle SM Letterkenny A.C.68 19.20 87 Kirsty McElwaine JW Letterkenny A.C.69 19.21 28 Sinead Peoples SW Individual70 19.24 203 Hugh Perry SM Individual71 19.26 70 Liam Marley M50+ Cranford AC72 19.27 17 Martin Anderson M45+ Finn Valley A.C.73 19.28 194 Martin Forker SM Rosses A.C.74 19.29 115 Tony Gallagher M45+ Finn Valley A.C.75 19.32 81 John Bonner M40+ Rosses A.C.76 19.33 90 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A.C.77 19.37 286 Colm Ferriter SM Rosses A.C.78 19.39 76 Charmaine O’Brien SW Finn Valley A.C.79 19.40 64 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A.C.80 19.47 155 Paddy Gallagher M40+ Lifford AC81 19.48 8 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A.C.82 19.50 40 Eugene McCafferty SM Individual83 19.51 181 Nicola Doherty SW Individual84 19.55 98 Dylan Reilly JM Rosses A.C.85 19.56 60 Martin McCabe SM Individual86 19.57 105 Michael Penrose M45+ Finn Valley A.C.87 19.58 172 Darren Price SM Individual88 20.00 67 Miriam Bonner W40+ Finn Valley A.C.89 20.05 179 Johnny Ward M50+ Tír Chonaill AC90 20.06 285 Patrick Trimble SM Individual91 20.12 174 Shane Keaveney SM Individual92 20.18 54 Eugene Gallen M40+ Lifford AC93 20.19 189 Owen Bonner M45+ Rosses A.C.94 20.20 47 Eunan Scanlon SM Individual95 20.24 114 Sean O’Leary M50+ Finn Valley A.C.96 20.25 220 Eamon Friel M40+ Rosses A.C.97 20.37 36 Marie Timoney SW Rosses A.C.98 20.40 214 Paul McGee SM Individual99 20.45 80 Keith Sweeney SM Individual100 20.48 116 Donal Haughey M50+ Tír Chonaill AC101 20.49 100 Paul Collum SM Individual102 20.54 51 James Maguire M50+ Finn Valley A.C.103 20.55 154 Brian McBride M50+ Letterkenny A.C.104 20.59 69 Jillian Marley JW Milford A C105 21.04 146 Brendan McGarvey SM Rosses A.C.106 21.08 147 Helen McCready SW Rosses A.C.107 21.09 138 Maria McGonagle SW Finn Valley A.C.108 21.13 139 Conor McGonagle M40+ Finn Valley A.C.109 21.23 79 Shane O’Donnell SM Individual110 21.24 91 Ryan Doherty JM Rosses A.C.111 21.27 143 Pat Byrne M50+ Killybegs A C112 21.28 176 Vera Haughey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC113 21.30 6 Tracey Boyle SW Rosses A.C.114 21.31 7 Aine Callaghan SW Rosses A.C.115 21.34 178 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC116 21.35 177 Margaret Sheilds W40+ Letterkenny A.C.117 21.44 50 Danny McDermott SM Individual118 21.47 186 Peter McGee M40+ Rosses A.C.119 21.48 232 Laura Lee Penrose JW Individual120 21.51 165 Marie T Speight W50+ Finn Valley A.C.121 22.00 103 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A.C.122 22.15 136 Gloria Donaghey W50+ Finn Valley A.C.123 22.23 230 Conal Houston SM Individual124 22.25 72 Ashleen McGeehan SW Finn Valley A.C.125 22.30 88 Amanda McNulty SW Letterkenny A.C.126 22.45 99 John Ferry M40+ Individual127 22.51 170 Emily Bonner SW Individual128 22.52 159 Sean McDevitt SM Individual129 23.03 4 A.M. Boyle SM Individual130 23.22 221 Mark Turnbull M50+ Glasgow131 23.27 11 Greta Marley SW Finn Valley A.C.132 23.33 162 Mary Gallagher W45+ Individual133 23.35 206 Paula Friel SW Finn Valley A.C.134 23.40 38 Shaun Timoney SM Rosses A.C.135 23.47 142 Rose Mannering SW Glenties136 23.48 132 Gary Spencer M45+ Individual137 23.49 164 Imelda Gallagher W40+ Individual138 23.51 166 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A.C.139 23.57 89 Caroline McNulty SW Finn Valley A.C.140 24.01 175 Angela Trimble W40+ Individual141 24.13 78 Danny Sharkey M50+ Individual142 24.14 157 Ann Harkin SW Gweedore143 24.15 276 John Boyle SM Individual144 24.22 86 Fiona Wasson SW Individual145 24.26 158 Ryan Conaghan JM Finn Valley A.C.146 24.31 217 Margretta O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.147 24.33 169 Fionnuala Duffy SW Finn Valley A.C.148 24.36 27 Angela Gallagher SW Rosses A.C.149 24.37 31 Emma Brady SW Individual150 24.39 168 Patricia Houston SW Finn Valley A.C.151 24.40 104 Amy Allan SW Individual152 24.42 1 Paul McCrossan M40+ Individual153 24.43 2 Mary Doherty W40+ Individual154 24.57 225 Liz McFadden SW Individual155 25.05 56 Staci Blake SW Individual156 25.06 190 Sharon Wilson SW Rosses A.C.157 25.07 52 Bernie Maguire SW Finn Valley A.C.158 25.24 200 Mikaela Wallace JW Rosses A.C.159 25.26 12 Donal Boyle SM Individual160 25.30 151 Grace Garvie SW Individual161 25.32 180 Cathy Breslin SW Rosses A.C.162 25.38 229 Charles O’Donnell SM Rosses A.C.163 25.53 283 Marc Baumgartner SM Individual164 26.00 106 Melanie Penrose JW Finn Valley A.C.165 26.02 281 Sinead Doogan SW Individual166 26.03 101 Breege Ward W40+ Rosses A.C.167 26.05 279 Catriona Boyle SW Individual168 26.09 75 Sadie McDevitt W45+ Individual169 26.13 192 Lisa Gavigan SW Individual170 26.14 205 Laura Friel SW Finn Valley A.C.171 26.18 44 Marcella McGlynn SW Rosses A.C.172 26.21 207 Cliona Rushe SW Finn Valley A.C.173 26.34 137 Bridget Boyle SW Rosses A.C.174 26.35 96 Ann Marie Gibbons SW Individual175 26.39 59 Catriona Ward SW Rosses A.C.176 26.40 124 Helen Coll W45+ Individual177 26.41 275 Angela O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.178 26.43 131 Mary Martin W50+ Finn Valley A.C.179 26.44 213 Francesca Doherty SW Rosses A.C.180 26.57 282 Margarite Bonner SW Individual181 26.58 33 Catriona Lyons SW Individual182 27.11 226 Patricia O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.183 27.24 160 Bernie Molloy SW Individual184 27.25 215 Lorna O’Donnell W40+ Individual185 27.27 209 Sinead O’Donnell SW Rosses A.C.186 27.30 210 Breda Boyle SW Rosses A.C.187 27.33 273 Ann Marion Sweeney SW Individual188 27.35 141 Michelle Greene W40+ Individual189 27.37 140 Deirdre McKelvey W40+ Rosses A.C.190 27.45 153 Sarah Mullis SW Individual191 27.48 271 Jimmy O’Donnell SM Rosses A.C.192 27.54 129 Louise Forker SW Rosses A.C.193 28.27 219 Joan O’Halloran SW Rosses A.C.194 28.31 57 Marianne Comack SW Rosses A.C.195 28.33 39 Linda McGonagle SW Rosses A.C.196 28.44 218 Suzanne Boyle W40+ Individual197 28.45 122 Martina Doherty W45+ Individual198 28.50 228 Anne O’Donnell W40+ Rosses A.C.199 28.58 199 Josephine Gallagher SW Individual200 29.04 148 Paula Jaealn SW Finn Valley A.C.201 29.07 37 Katie McGonagle SW Rosses A.C.202 29.09 145 Josephine Bonner W40+ Individual203 29.10 45 Rachel Gallagher SW Rosses A.C.204 29.16 58 Laura Houston SW Rosses A.C.205 29.19 188 Mary Gallagher W40+ Individual206 29.24 97 Amy Gibbons JW Individual207 29.29 187 Maura O’Donnell SW Individual208 29.31 184 Laura Boyle SW Individual209 29.56 3 Sinead McClafferty SW Individual210 30.08 30 Orla Boyle W40+ Rosses A.C.211 30.09 92 Tina Murphy SW Rosses A.C.212 30.10 42 Grainne Sweeney SW Rosses A.C.213 30.23 5 Annette Gallagher W40+ Rosses A.C.214 30.44 121 Breda Doherty W45+ Individual215 30.54 277 Bernadine Boyle SW Individual216 30.55 84 Sharon Wallace SW Rosses A.C.217 31.02 74 Mary Doherty SW Rosses A.C.218 31.20 197 Katrina McCauley SW Individual219 31.22 195 Jackie McNelis SW Rosses A.C.220 31.45 41 Patricia Doran W40+ Rosses A.C.221 31.48 43 Geraldine Bonner SW Rosses A.C.222 31.49 173 Eugene Doogan M50+ Individual223 31.59 183 Kathleen Bonner SW Rosses A.C.224 32.00 123 Denise McPaul SW Individual225 32.15 113 Bridin Sharkey SW Rosses A.C.226 32.17 182 Sheila Mulholland W40+ Rosses A.C.227 32.32 102 Maureen Bonner W40+ Individual228 32.40 196 Ailish O’Donnell SW Rosses AC229 32.48 278 Marcella Gallagher SW Individual230 32.52 77 Mary Forrestal SW Rosses A.C.231 32.59 112 Sinead Rodgers SW Individual232 33.17 198 Nancy Gallagher SW Individual233 33.25 23 Patricia Mullis W40+ Rosses A.C.234 33.26 22 Una Sweeney W40+ Rosses A.C.235 33.40 216 Claire Boyle JW Individual236 33.51 212 Shirley Boyle SW Individual237 33.52 274 Johnathon Doherty JM Individual238 34.04 34 Kathleen Lyons SW Individual239 34.28 32 Gosia Wojiowicz SW Individual240 34.31 94 Tracey Murphy SW Rosses A.C.241 35.05 280 Sharon Bowman SW Rosses A.C.242 35.06 224 Moira Greene W45+ Individual243 35.44 185 Margo Gallagher W40+ IndividualATHLETICS: RESULTS OF THE BURTONPORT 5K was last modified: July 25th, 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:RUNNERS AT THE BURTONPORT 5K
Pictured in the photograph are some of the Faculty members of the 2nd Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Course held in Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin. From left to right: Geraldine MacGregor, Kevin Barry, Hajnalka Gyorffy, Jiri Vyskocil, Fiona MacNeill, John Kennedy, Kristjan Asgeirsson, Isobel Rubio, Katherine McGowan, Reem Salman and Michael Sugrue.The Breast Centre North West, based at Letterkenny General Hospital and the Donegal Clinical Research Academy recently organised an international Breast Cancer multidisciplinary course which took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin.This course was unique as it brought together all the disciplines involved in breast cancer care for a one day event. Presented at the meeting was a combination of the latest evidence in breast cancer care and case scenario discussions. Attendees were updated on some of the latest developments in breast cancer care.Commenting, Geraldine MacGregor, Breast Nurse Specialist at Letterkenny Hospital said “This is the second year we held this course, which is unique internationally and has received excellent reviews from attendees. “I am pleased that Letterkenny could bring four international world leaders in breast cancer care to Ireland to complement the excellent National Faculty of twenty consultants in surgery, radiology, oncology, pathology, radiation oncology nursing and allied health.“The international leaders included Mr Asgeirsson from Iceland, Professor Degnim from the Mayo Clinic United States, Ms MacNeill from The Royal Marsden, London and Dr Rubio from Barcelona in Spain”.Breast Surgeon in Letterkenny General Hospital, Mr Michael Sugrue noted that the day was highly successful and rated by the attendees as one of the best breast cancer courses that they had attended.DONEGAL BREAST CANCER CARE SPECIALISTS GET LATEST RESEARCH HELP was last modified: August 26th, 2015 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 print (Opens in new window) Tags:breast cancerdonegalLetterkenny General Hospitalresearch