Central Arkansas’ Bassett Tabbed Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas senior forward Camille Bassett is the 2018 Southland Conference Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year, the league announced Thursday in conjunction with the All-Academic First and Second Teams. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.A native of Vista, Calif., Bassett holds a 3.51 grade point average while majoring in communication science and disorders. She completes the sweep of the league’s top two awards after taking home Player of the Year honors in 2018. Now a two-time all-academic honoree, Bassett was also named Forward of the Year, finishing as the league leader in goals (9), points (21) and points per game (1.75) in conference play.The Bears and Abilene Christian both lead with five honorees. Houston Baptist earned a trio of selections while Lamar, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin all each had two selected. McNeese, Southeastern Louisiana and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi each collected one all-academic spot.Stephen F. Austin’s Carli Arthurs earned an automatic selection as a Second Team Academic All-American, the second academic All-America honor of her career. Northwestern State’s Jayden Wheeler and Ashley Hamilton of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi both earned automatic selections as members of the CoSIDA Academic All-District team.Six members of this year’s selections are repeat honorees from past all-academic teams, including Bassett, Wheeler, Arthurs, Lamar’s Juliana Ocampo and Houston Baptist’s Megan Rickert.Southland Conference All-Academic Teams are voted upon by the head coach, sports information director and academic/compliance staff member from each school. Student-Athletes of the Year are voted upon by an awards committee which consists of one administrator from each member school. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted.To be eligible for all-academic distinction, an athlete must hold a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average through the semester prior to the sport’s championship, completed at least one full academic year at the nominating school prior to the current season, and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s competitions during the most recently completed season. Student-Athlete of the Year nominees must have hold at least a 3.20 GPA and have completed at least two years of athletic competition at the nominating school, including the current season.CoSIDA Academic All-District/All-American selections and First Team All-Conference athletes who meet all-academic nomination criteria are automatically named all-academic.2018 Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year: Camille Bassett, Central Arkansas2018 Soccer All-Academic First Team MF Ashley Hamilton^ A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. Dallas, Texas 4.00 Biology F Christina Cutura Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Pearl River, La. 3.50 Health Education & Promotion MF Hadley Dickinson* Central Arkansas So. Cabot, Ark. 3.16 Undecided F Lucy Ashworth# Lamar So. Wigan, England 3.50 Nutrition MF Rachel Palet McNeese Jr. Plano, Texas 3.90 Exercise Science MF Juliana Ocampo*2 Lamar Sr. Bogota, Colombia 3.66 Exercise Science MF Jayden Wheeler^2 Northwestern State Jr. Rockwall, Texas 4.00 Elementary Education GK Lauren Mercuri* Central Arkansas Sr. Gig Harbor, Wash. 3.17 Marketing Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major D Kristen Ricks* Central Arkansas Sr. Keller, Texas 3.33 Broadcast Journalism D Baylii Bieke* Houston Baptist Sr. Little Elm, Texas 3.17 Psychology Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major D Megan Rickert2 Houston Baptist Jr. Round Rock, Texas 4.00 Nursing D Michelle Mulrooney* Abilene Christian Jr. Lodi, Calif. 3.38 Management F Sabriah Spencer Houston Baptist Sr. Brampton, Ontario 3.07 International Business * Automatic selection; First Team All-Conference^ Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-District% Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-American2 Two-time All-Academic selection# At-Large Selection F Savannah Tidd Central Arkansas Jr. Peoria, Ariz. 3.95 Biology F Camille Bassett*2 Central Arkansas Sr. Vista, Calif. 3.51 Communication Science & Disorders MF Sophie Standifer# Abilene Christian Sr. Southlake, Texas 3.94 Teaching Mathematics F April Trowbridge Northwestern State Sr. Halifax, Nova Scotia 3.68 Psychology D Caity Acosta Abilene Christian Sr. Albuquerque, N.M. 3.93 Communication Science & Disorders 2018 Soccer All-Academic Second Team MF Sophia Fondren Stephen F. Austin So. Frisco, Texas 3.90 Kinesiology GK Rachel Johnson Abilene Christian Sr. Coppell, Texas 3.63 Kinesiology D Carli Arthurs^%2 Stephen F. Austin Jr. Lewisville, Texas 4.00 Mathematics F Dylan Owens2 Abilene Christian Sr. Willard, Mo. 3.79 Advertising and Public Relationslast_img read more

NU Bulldogs eye nothing less than Final 4 in UAAP Football

first_imgLATEST STORIES “From here on, I don’t think we’re going to settle for less than the top four,” co-team manager Joseph Garcia said in the Philippine Sportswriters’ Association forum at Tapa King in Cubao Tuesday.With La Salle and Ateneo getting most of the talents from Luzon, the Bulldogs, on the other hand, capitalized on recruiting from Visayas and Mindanao.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’NU now boasts a 78-man juniors and seniors pool, which include blue-chip recruits from the recent Palarong Pambansa last April.“I think with what we have now with very competitive teams both from the seniors and juniors program, we’re a team to watch out for,” Garcia said. The Bulldogs will join the 16th edition of Ang Liga this July and the University Games in October to help improve the team’s performance.“Our preparation for next season is to put the players in an environment where the competition is always on the highest level because that’s the only way they would become very natural players,” said NU head coach Mari Aberasturi. Ma. Angelica D. Garcia and Justin Robert ValenciaSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names Some members of the NU Football team at the PSA Forum Tuesday. Photo by Angelica Garcia/PDI traineeAfter concluding the 15th Ang Liga tournament in third place, the National University football team is aiming for nothing lower than a Final Four spot next UAAP season.The Bulldogs finished at sixth place last season due to a spate of injuries and suspensions but are confident they will come back stronger next year.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWscenter_img 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 In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding MOST READ Ayton thriving with competition, schedule at NBA Summer League Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins View commentslast_img read more

Mark Abelardo eager to show Filipino fighting spirit in latest ONE assignment

first_imgMark Abelardo. Photo from ONE ChampionshipThailand-based Mark Abelardo is eager to show the Filipino warrior in him against Daichi Takenaka of Japan in ONE: Clash of Legends on Saturday at Impact Arena in Bangkok, Thailand.Abelardo, who is fighting out of Team Quest Thailand, is born and raised in New Zealand to Filipino parents.ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra 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 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “I am based in Thailand, but I will be out to show the fans that I possess the Filipino fighting spirit that Pinoys are known for. I proudly represent the Philippines in ONE Championship,” he said.Fondly called as “Tyson” due to his punching power, Abelardo believes he ripe for the next level.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubs“I feel ready to display the product of my hard work on the global stage. This is what I dreamed and trained for all my life, and I will make sure to make the most out of it on fight night,” he said.The 27-year-old Abelardo anticipates a back-and-forth battle against Takenaka, who is a former Shooto featherweight world champion. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Takenaka is also undefeated after 11 fights.“He is a well-rounded athlete capable of winning by knockout, submission or even going the distance. He is yet to taste defeat for a good reason,” he said of Takenaka.“A difficult fight is exactly what I wished for. I feel that Takenaka is the kind of opponent I needed in order to step up my level and go up the rankings in the bantamweight division. Fans will surely see fireworks between us.”Despite the tough challenge that awaits, Abelardo is eyeing for a convincing win.“The goal is to win in highlight-reel fashion, get my name out there, and represent the Philippine flag on a global stage.”ADVERTISEMENT Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Ace rider Mangosong tops MMF Supercross on borrowed bike LATEST STORIES MOST READ Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

Simple Logic and the Law: How The Man-Eating Monster Breathed Its Final Breath! (Part…

first_imgTo stop six new living heads from growing back on the three undead necks that kept the monster alive, Hercules’ red (hot) iron killed the monster’s evil genes and the false hope it keptBy Attorney Keith Neville Asumuyaya BestLast week, we drifted (went back) to the story of the mythical (storybook) hero of Greek lore, (background, experience). We went back there because the author’s skillful use of that powerful writing dynamic or technique, called: “allegory.” This story of “Hercules and the Hydra-headed Monster,” does wonders for our narrative which has an allegorical twist, as well.An allegory is what results when the author or writer puts real people from the past, into a story, to represent the characters (or make-believe people) who make the story happen by acting out the parts that the writer wants something that took place a long time ago, brought to life via, (through, by way of) the stage or the screen for the benefit of today’s people, the world over. These actors’ activity creates a narrative, based on real-experiences from the past, reenacted…in living color.So, up steps Hercules, in a ‘fight-to-the-death,’ with a hydra-headed monster we introduced last week, whose malignant, (sick) tissue allowed it to re-sprout, (grow back) two additional heads after each one was severed (cut off).To show what happens when something bad hits town, and creates problems for the nation’s citizens, we did a review, of what happened in 1979, when the Rice Riot that turned the country upside-down, was staged. It showed how unnecessary trouble, can be side-stepped by simply taking things ‘light;’ in other word: society’s leadership must try and handle developments, without going crazy over a little saber-rattling.MUSA DEAN TAKES A BOWA protest demonstration that was peaceful and quiet, with no more than a few realizing that it came, happened, and went away. This paper applauded Justice Minister Musa Dean for not playing with anything considered vital, (very important) to the Liberian man: rice, money or club beer—whatever touches the Liberian man’s heart. Instead, Minister Dean agreed to just step back and let the people walk around peacefully, grow tired, and then go home to eat their rice. That is how things turned out.ALL IS NOT WELLBut, just as things were not all that sugar and spice back in the 1970’s, something new has come ashore from where it has been lurking for some time. That development, for a while, had remained low-key, waiting for the right moment for actors to step into the limelight and wreak havoc—cause trouble in “the town” we call Liberia.It is something that people feel and sense, and have begun to act quietly and make it clear that citizens need to start thinking, talking, and peaceably getting together to straighten out in Herculean fashion, whatever might not be right—that would dictate taking one thing, one problem, one step at a time!A three-headed, money-eating monster lives in our town: Is there anywhere for the Liberian people to turn? Where can they run? To whom do they run; to the Judiciary, the Legislature or to their President? To whom did Annie Constance turn? Did that get her anywhere?THE POWERS THAT WEREFor more than a century, the word was bandied (raised again and again) about, that the Liberian presidency had become more powerful than had been intended by the American Colonization Society that founded the nation in 1847; so something was needed to be done!Unfortunately, not too many—besides Albert Porte—are known to have made any serious attempt to do anything about it. Albert was an army of one—but he could do little more than write— publish his pamphlets—and go to jail!Albert Porte was not much of an organizer, and not too many people were ready for much activity during the William V. S. Tubman presidency, when Porte started going to jail, for challenging Tubman for amassing too much power in the presidency; Tubman also kept asking the Legislature to restore “emergency” powers to the presidency, whenever he felt like it.To President William R. Tolbert’s credit, he attempted to tolerate the emergence as well as the birthing of two opposition political movements that blossomed under Tolbert.They were styled the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), and the Revelation Magazine movement that proposed, organized and launched the first independent challenge to the True Whig Party in almost half-a-century, with the Sawyer for Mayor (of Monrovia) Campaign, in 1979, following the Rice Riot of the same year.THEN CAME ELLEN:It wasn’t until Ellen Johnson Sirleaf began taking the presidency to an unprecedented, (unparalleled, unmatched, first time) level—during her second term—that that much power was seen exercised, handled, or used, by any single individual anywhere; not at any time or at any place in the world—and with what seemed as no more than ‘the lift of a finger.’Neither Liberia’s W.V.S. Tubman, Charles Taylor nor the German dictator, Hitler—power maniac, all—came close to doing what Ellen was able to, stepping beyond the Nobel, to kick the political butts of everyone of consequence in Liberia, to help nudge George Weah into the presidency:She fingered Joe, slapped down the Judiciary, Legislature, and everybody else around, calling them whatever she thought they looked like, while wowing the entire global community with her success at almost everything she attempted.In doing so, she “defied the norms of society and practically infringed upon the realm of the Creator, as the literary critic, Ellen Moers, labeled Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly, in her critique of Shelly’s creation of her character in her novel, Frankenstein.It was probably because Ellen literally, had built a bridge too far—going to the limits that she did—(whatever those limits were) that others, competing for state power within the political ecosystem leapt to venture out as well.With almost as much chutzpah nerve, gall and balls as Ellen, the Legislative guys and gals of one branch, and the Judicial gentlemen, women-folk of the other, saw an opening and began reaching for power. They crashed the gates, attempting anything they believed was theirs for the taking, and the consequences, be damned.Today, the Judiciary, the Legislature and not too far behind, in their reach for power; we see the presidency, coming into view, bringing up the rear, for now. Between the three, something seem to be in the making; something akin to what—looked like the Masonic Craft, the Church and the True Whig Party of yesteryears, dominating the society and doing whatever collectively and severally they wish about all and sundry, (a variety of everything else) depending on (impulse, craze, urge).TRIUMVIRATEIt was dubbed a veritable “Triumvirate;” an unholy alliance something akin to what we see now emerging that leaves the three branches of government, a veritable hydra-headed monster, already running amok (off the chain): the Judiciary, the Legislature and the Executive Branches: our government!And it is time our citizens began to think seriously about taking on the first of those three heads—one at a time, to put things back to where they belong! (STAY WITH US!)Note: For our purpose, the allegory allowed us to draw out a deeper understanding of the realities or truth of a certain time, place and event from that primitive past depicted by Hercules, through whose eyes, today’s, people can draw parallels between some of the facts and realities of pasts that still challenge the people of today, as well as their heroes who, often must step up and try to make a difference.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Fort Nelson First Nation fighting Nexen water licence

first_imgAt issue is an application by the small First Nation to cancel a water licence in the Horn River Basin, in the heart of the shale gas region, where it’s located. It was issued to Nexen, a key player in the Basin, which is now wholly owned by the China National Offshore Oil Corporation, which leads the Aurora LNG partnership. The challenge comes at a time when provincial Environment Minister Mary Polak is trying to get ahead of fracking opponents with new legislation on the allocation of water rights. In addition, we are likely only months away from the completion of a study on whether fracking fluids contaminate drinking water. Premier Christy Clark is on record insisting there has never been a single confirmed case of contamination from industry activity in 50 years. However, fracking opponents like Maude Barlow, the chair of the citizens’ advocacy group the Council of Canadians, is calling for more grassroots democracy to protect what she calls the birthright of all Canadians to challenge what she calls the established rules for trade motivated only by corporate profit. – Advertisement -To read the full Petroleum News article, click here.last_img read more

Qatar workers face old problems despite reform promises

first_imgThe Nepalese labourer should receive 1,100 Qatar riyals a month (Sh30,000), but says he has to survive on considerably less — in one of the world’s richest countries.“In my country I was promised 1,100, but for the past two months I haven’t got my salary,” he said.“They just gave me 100 riyals in advance.”Like all workers interviewed for this article, the 20-year-old asked to use a pseudonym to protect his identity.Resting in a patch of shade on the pavement during his lunch break as the midday heat reaches 36 degrees Celsius (97 Fahrenheit), Nabin said with no salary he is unable to buy food.His is forced to rely on food at his labour camp, where he said he’s been served expired chicken.Nearby, other workers rest after their morning shift, telling of endless problems.Sumon, a Bangladeshi carpenter, said his company has refused to hand him his residency permit (RP) — an essential ID card used every day to prove legal residence and required to access anything from telephone contracts to opening a bank account.“I gave 7,000 riyals to get an RP but the company has not made it,” he said.“I said give it to me, I need it to travel, but I did not get any RP.”He has complained to the courts, but a year on, he is still waiting.“If I can get my RP, I will leave,” said the 24-year-old.His colleague Ashik recounted how he paid 10,000 riyals — more than six months’ salary — to his sponsor just to obtain a No Objection Certificate, a document that permits a worker to transfer from one company to another.He then had to pay another 10,000 riyals to get his new contract, he said.Several workers complain of harassment from police demanding money from those without RPs.They say one unlucky colleague was flown straight out of the country when he could not produce his permit.– ‘They will throw us away’ –The International Labour Organization opened its Qatar office on April 29, after signing a three-year agreement with the government to oversee fundamental labour change.Qatar has come under huge pressure over its treatment of workers since winning the right to host the 2022 World Cup.Limited reforms have failed to stem criticism from human rights groups and unions which accuse the Gulf state of widespread worker abuse.Under its agreement with the UN agency, Qatar has committed to an overhaul including introducing a minimum wage — set at 750 riyals per month — establishing workers’ committees, and scrapping the exit visa where workers need their employers’ permission to leave the country.That commitment has split Qatar’s critics.Some, including the International Trade Union Confederation, are fully behind Doha.Others, including some human rights advocates, remain cautious — sceptical that reform pledges have remained largely unfulfilled.Migrant workers eat on December 06, 2016 during a break at a construction site in the Qatari capital Doha © AFP/File / STRINGERPrevious promises to end the exit visa system have never been acted upon, according to critics.The plight of workers in Msheireb echoes the sad stories of numerous workers heard since FIFA handed Qatar the World Cup in 2010.It also shows that reforms already in place — including a law ensuring wages are paid in full — have failed to protect the most vulnerable.Back in Msheireb, Ashik said those who will be most impacted by the latest reforms have heard nothing about them.Sumon argues the minimum wage needs to be doubled to 1,500 to allow those building Qatar to enjoy a decent life.“Everything is difficult because it is so expensive here,” he said. “We are here for our families to give a better life to them.”At the end of their lunch break, the workers move slowly back from their resting place in “old” Msheireb to its gleaming new replacement, emerging on the Doha skyline in preparation for the World Cup.Asked if they have any interest in football, Sumon replied: “No. They will throw us away when this project is finished.“The football is not for us, it’s for different people.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Foreign workers walk on May 04, 2015 at the construction site of al-Wakrah football stadium, one of the Qatar’s World Cup 2022 stadiums © AFP/File / MARWAN NAAMANIDOHA, Qatar, May 10 – Just a 10-minute drive from the International Labour Organization’s new office in the Qatari capital, Nabin explains how his employer has not paid his wages in two months.He is one of hundreds of workers helping transform Msheireb, a rundown district in Doha, into an area of hotels, luxurious apartments and Qatar’s very own “Wall Street” financial centre at a total cost of some $5.5 billion.last_img read more

Manchester United could be playing the ‘long game’ with Neymar

first_imgManchester United are playing the ‘long game’ with Neymar and he could move to Old Trafford ‘in a year or two’, South American football expert Tim Vickery told talkSPORT.The Barcelona forward has reportedly been subject to a world-record £140m bid from United, although the Catalan club have made it clear they will not be selling the Brazilian.Speaking to Hawksbee & Jacobs, Vickery does not think Neymar will leave the Nou Camp anytime soon but questioned whether the 23-year-old will want to play second fiddle to Lionel Messi in years to come.“Clearly it’s not going to happen now for a number of reasons,” said Vickery. “Firstly, Barcelona have just sold Pedro. Secondly, they can’t buy anyone because they’ve still got this suspension hanging over them. But you just wonder if United are playing the long-term game here. “At the moment Neymar is very happy where he is but he’s in the shadow of Lionel Messi. That’s fine for now but if it’s still the case in one or two years’ time, he might want to go somewhere where he’s going to be the big number one.“England is obviously a potential in a year or two years’ time. That’s the game I think United are playing – establishing an interest, making it clear that they really want this player and are prepared to play big money.”last_img read more


first_imgDonegal Chamber Orchestra, RCC Letterkenny, 16APR2016. Photographs are kindly produced with the permission of John Soffe www.johnsoffe.comFOR some, Saturday afternoons are all about the buzz of a shopping spree or going to a football match.For others, it’s about coming together and making great music.The Donegal Chamber Orchestra has been in rehearsal for a number of weeks preparing for its concert next month. Every Saturday this dedicated group of musicians meet at the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, to prepare a captivating repertoire for audiences throughout the county.Artistic director, Spanish cellist Víctor Yélamo, brings his passion and exuberance to theensemble and is looking forward to the concert at the picturesque Church of Ireland in Lettermacaward.Among the new members of the Donegal Chamber Orchestra is world-renowned scientist and academic Emeritus Professor Vyvyan Howard who previously played cello with the Liverpool Mozart Orchestra.The Donegal Chamber Orchestra features classical string players of all ages from across county Donegal and is dedicated to helping students and amateur musicians achieve the highest level of excellence in performance. The Orchestra was founded in 2006 by Hungarian violinist Orsolya Szabó-Yélamo (Violin resource tutor with Donegal Music Education Partnership) and Víctor Yélamo.The ensemble is set to play an uplifting repertoire, including popular classics, in the beautiful setting of Lettermacaward on Saturday, May 7th.Favourite pieces in the concert programme include ‘Gabriel’s Oboe’, main theme from the 1986 film The Mission, composed by Ennio Morricone and the evocative ‘Lara’s Theme’, from Dr Zhivago, composed by Maurice Jarre.The audience will also hear music by Boyce, Torelli, Warlock and Tchaikovsky.A concert not to be missed.Donegal Chamber Orchestra perform at Lettermacaward Church of Ireland, Saturday May 7th at 8pm. Admission €10. Photographs are kindly produced with the permission of John Soffe www.johnsoffe.comDonegal Chamber Orchestra, RCC Letterkenny, Photographs are kindly produced with the permission of John Soffe www.johnsoffe.comDONEGAL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA TO BRING CAPTIVATING MUSIC TO PICTURESQUE LETTERMACAWARD was last modified: April 18th, 2016 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:donegal chamber orchestraLettermacaward Church of IrelandPhotographs are kindly produced with the permission of John Soffe www.johnsoffe.comlast_img read more


first_imgCiaran Doherty was first home in the Naomh Conaill 5K.Approximately 175 running and walking enthusiasts turned up in Glenties yesterday evening for the annual Naomh Conaill 5k.The club would like to say a big thank you to all who attended on what threatened to be a wet evening but stayed mostly dry throughout.Local GAA stars Leo Mc Loone and Dermot Brick Molloy were on hand to present the prizes afterwards. Ciaran Doherty from the Letterkenny AC club was first home in an impressive time of 15.46.He was followed home by local man Dermot Brennan (Finn Valley AC) in a time of 16.47.First home in the Ladies section was Caroline Boyle, London (formerly Ardara) in a time of 20.48.In the over 40s section first lady home was Margaret Sweeney from Lettermacaward and Finbar Gallagher (Innishowen AC) was first in the mens. The under 16 girls was won by Ellie Mc Donnell and the boys section was won by Charlie Mc Donnell.The club would also like to say a huge thank you to all who helped in any way with the evenings success, especially the ladies who served the tea and home-baking which was enjoyed by all after the race.Thank you also to the Highlands Hotel and Kennedys Bar and restaurant who sponsored prizes on the evening.Time Name Number15:46 Ciaran Doherty 822 16:47 Dermot Brennan 70117:42 Marty Boyle 74918:18 Owen Boyle 56418:21 Donnagh McBrearty 779 18:32 John McGeehan 69318:36 Johnny McLoone 77118:39 Michael McLoone 77319:08 Finbar Gallagher 55819:39 Charles McGuinness 74819:47 Brendan McDyre 74719:49 Patrick Trimble 78219:59 Dermot Ward 81620:08 Ethan ODonnell 68720:15 Michael Regan 77420:18 Patrick Gill 78020:28 Joe Boyle 69620:29 Charlie McDonnell 76520:48 Caroline Boyle 56120:51 Martin Regan 74520:57 Paul McGuinness 76021:07 James Boyle 82021:11 Dara Boyle 75421:12 Cadhla McKenna 82321:15 Tony Byrne 68121:20 Kieran Gallagher 80321:21 John O Malley 76221:26 Garrett ODonnell 69121:32 Brian Boyle 56221:33 Margaret Sweeney 67721:34 Cathal Ellis 81721:40 Conor McLaughlin 70821:46 Shane McDevitt 68021:52 Jacinta Furey 79421:56 Dermot Boyle 70022:00 Logan Quinn 71622:01 Kim Doherty 67922:03 Ian Philips 72022:12 Connie Doherty 56822:19 Jimmy White 69822:22 Tiernan Ward 74022:23 Sean Doc Doherty 55522:24 Michael Trimble 70422:49 Ciara Cunningham 81522:53 Packie Bonner 71322:54 Stephen Griffin 81222:56 Pat Byrne 69922:57 AJ Gallagher 77023:12 Vera Haughey 73723:23 James McHugh 79223:49 Bronagh Heavernin 68623:57 Jackie Harvey 73424:02:00 Mark McNelis 80124:03:00 Daniel Boyle 75124:04:00 Jack Flannery 71824:05:00 Jamie Cranley 77224:09:00 Gerry Friel 69724:27:00 Eamon Bonner 68424:28:00 Rachel Cunningham 75024:30:00 Arlene Gallagher 67224:38:00 Angela Trimble 70324:43:00 Patrica Hegarty 70924:48:00 Philip Gallagher 80025:12:00 Hughie Gallagher 76125:16:00 Michelle Molloy 55425:18:00 Stacey Blake 80225:31:00 Conor Breslin 67425:34:00 Stephen Moore 69225:36:00 Billy Broderick 76925:38:00 Declan McBride 56625:39:00 Anne McBride 56725:49:00 Robbie McDonnell 76625:53:00 Josphe Shanky Smith 75525:55:00 Shea Malone 72125:56:00 Paul quinn 75225:56:00 JD Boyle 80826:08:00 Paul Doherty 56926:27:00 David Moore 68926:28:00 Pauline McKeown 70526:47:00 Marc Burke-Melly 67327:02:00 Mark McDevitt 72727:09:00 Dympna Bonner 71127:13:00 Ellie McDonnell 67527:21:00 Bernie Molloy 73627:35:00 Odhran Boyle 75628:32:00 Margaret Doherty 80728:36:00 Michael McKelvey 74428:38:00 Phil Byrne 79028:43:00 Ellie Jean Breslin 80928:47:00 Jack Boyle 55729:00:00 Niamh Boyle 56529:07:00 Andy Malone 72429:14:00 Stephanie Brennan 71029:16:00 Nicola Quinn 71429:46:00 Jordan O Donnell 55629:47:00 Karla Doherty 73529:47:00 Susan White 75330:00:00 Brid McHugh 73330:19:00 Amanda Boyle 72830:19:00 Lynn Porter 73030:20:00 Niamh Brennan 55930:21:00 Brian McHugh 72630:28:00 Alicia Keys 79730:29:00 Marianne McShane 72931:31:00 Oran Doherty 73831:44:00 Joe (Red) Gallagher 74631:44:00 Maria Bonner 71731:45:00 Sophia Trimble 70731:48:00 Caroline McHugh 78632:14:00 Dolores McHugh 76833:27:00 Paul Molloy 68234:36:00 Odhran Breslin 67834:59:00 Darren Whelan 73135:02:00 Ronan Breslin 67635:02:00 Ryan Oconnell 71235:20:00 Anne Murray 79336:28:00 Aileen O Donnell 71938:03:00 Logan McDevitt 82638:03:00 Mickey Odonnell 82438:40:00 Imelda Doherty 72239:06:00 Emma Doherty 72339:06:00 Orlaith O Donnell 81939:32:00 Siobhan McGilloway 78939:32:00 Eamon Doherty 79039:40:00 Alicia Kee 56339:40:00 Nicola McLoone 56041:45:00 Senan Odonnell 76441:49:00 Sinead Boyle 76342:00:00 Aine Boyle 77742:10:00 Ericia Hegarty 77842:13:00 Callum Cruise 77542:42:00 Dervla Hegarty 77642:43:00 Aisling McKelvey 742CIARAN DOHERTY FIRST HOME IN NAOMH CONAILL 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: August 14th, 2014 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:5kCiaran DohertyGAANaomh ConaillnewsSportlast_img read more

Bristol City sign Hakeeb Adelakun after free agent leaves Scunthorpe

first_imgBristol City have announced the signing of midfielder Hakeeb Adelakun on a three-year deal.The 22-year-old was a free agent having left Scunthorpe at the end of his contract. Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues impact GREAT NEWS Head coach Lee Johnson said: “Hakeeb is an exciting prospect, one I’m looking forward to working with.“We have made numerous signings of his ilk, with various levels of success, but in my opinion he has the potential to replicate the form displayed by Albert Adomah and Yannick Bolasie.“If everything is aligned and his attitude is as we expect, he will go on to have a career in the top flight because he certainly has the talent.” Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship goalless Latest Championship News 1 stalemate Cardiff and Preston play out stalemate in Championship early kick-off EFL result Adelakun attracted Premier League interest REPLY ROUND-UP Bannan penalty helps Sheffield Wednesday strengthen grip on play-off place Hull defender MacDonald given all-clear after battle with bowel cancerlast_img read more