LDEA Receives Logistical Support from UNODC

first_imgMr. Thompson (R) presents keys of the motorbikes to Director Souh while two other officials look on.The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) in Liberia yesterday donated assorted office equipment and logistical support to authorities of the Liberia Drug Enforcement Agency (LDEA).The items, according to William T. Thompson, the UNODC national project officer, are valued at about US$25,000.The donated items included one 50KVA Perkins generator; five brand new Suzuki off-road motorbikes; scales to measure illegal drugs; forensic equipment; four laptops; four desktop computers; and four printers.Other items are three photocopiers; three cameras; two audio recorders; one video recorder; and 100 crime fighting-related gadgets, with cases of outer-security belts.The items, Thompson said, are to help the LDEA strengthen and decentralize its reporting capacity between headquarters and the leeward counties.“Statistics and records the UNODC collected in the recent history of the LDEA have shown that fighting drug-related crimes in the country is difficult,” Thompson said, adding,  because of that, his office was donating the equipment to enhance the effectiveness of the LDEA across the country.He said it is also difficult for the entity to gather vital intelligence and profile suspected drug peddlers; and therefore, it was important that his office donated the gadgets for the LDEA to keep proper statistics and records on drug-related crimes.Thompson said without modern crime fighting equipment, the LDEA will not be able to keep records, “thus a statistics and records center is of utmost importance.”He said that the expected results of the donation are to enhance the operational performance of LDEA personnel; to establish a new system for undertaking and reporting drug statistics; to increase the intelligence capacity and cooperation between the LDEA and other law enforcement agencies and to decrease the number of illegal narcotics on the streets of Liberia.He said the donation was necessary because the LDEA wants to make Liberia a drug-free country, “therefore the UNODC was encouraged to donate the items to enable the entity to continue the fight against illegal drugs and suspected transnational crimes.”The donation, he said, were made possible with the support of the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) through its advisor assigned with the LDEA, Rom Fleming of the US Embassy in Monrovia.For his part, Anthony K. Souh, LDEA Director General, praised the UNODC for their unwavering and tireless support, both in materials and training, to the LDEA over the years.Souh recognized the UNODC and other partners’ efforts to enhance the capacity of the LDEA, adding that the materials donated will be used for their intended purposes.Director Souh meanwhile challenged LDEA personnel to continue fighting the proliferation of illegal substances on the Liberian market without fear or favor to gain the trust and confidence of the public as well as their international partners.“I urge you to work harder than ever before to rid the country of dangerous psychotropic substances, which are harmful to the youthful population,” Souh said.He admonished the officers to whom the motorbikes will be assigned, to adhere to their proper usage and maintenance.He said drug trafficking brings about vices, like money laundering, which require vigilance in the fight against drug trafficking in the country.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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TOTALTEC commences training for oil and gas industry

first_imgTOTALTEC Academy commenced its first Commercial Slinger/Banksman Safety and Operational training to the oil and gas industry in Guyana. The academy commenced the training with 23 Strategic Recruitment Solutions Inc. maritime personnel.From left: Lars Mangal, CEO TOTALTEC; Glen Lockwood, MD TOTAL-BASE Services; Kerri Gravesande, CEO Strategic Recruitment Solutions Inc.; Joe Singh, Manager International Petroleum and Maritime Academy; and Freddy Sparrock, Operations Director, TOTALTECThe International Petroleum and Maritime Academy (IPMA), with whom TOTALTEC is collaborating, is pleased to work with another Guyanese company in the Oil and Gas industry – Strategic Recruitment Solutions Inc. (SRSGY).“We are pleased that SRSGY recognises that in the IPMA, there is a local company that provides the highest standards of safety and operational training in Oil and Gas that meets international requirements”, the organization stated in a release.SRSGY last week made a request for a training course and in less than a week, the course has been set up with the instructor mobilised from Aberdeen, Scotland.“We are proud to work with a fellow Guyanese company to provide opportunities to our fellow Guyanese citizens participating in our Oil and Gas industry’, Lars Mangal, President and CEO of TOTALTEC stated.Team of 24 recruits from SRS Inc. starting their Slinger/Banksman safety and operational course on Tuesday morning at the TOTALTEC academy ahead of embarking on their maritime careers in the oil and gas industry“This is a giant step in terms of Guyanese participation and local content development for the industry in Guyana. Having 23 new maritime personnel join the industry at this time is foundational and extremely positive for all concerned and committed to local content development”, he added.In addition, Chief Executive Officer, Strategic Recruitment Solutions Inc. Kerri Gravesande-Bart explained that SRSGY has selected the TOTALTEC Academy as its local training provider for Rigging, Slinging and Banksman Certification.This training, he noted is a prerequisite for several of the mariner positions that the company currently provides.“This is an indication the local companies are developing and implementing standards to meet the needs of the offshore industry. We are proud that this local content initiative could be achieved by clients, local recruiters and local training providers. SRSGY will continue its mandate to build capacities through training and development as well as support local training institutions and businesses”, he stated.last_img read more

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Matthew Good to rock the EnCana Events Centre

first_imgDon’t miss your chance to see Matthew Good live in concert with special guests Mother Mother when they take the stage at the EnCana Events Centre in Dawson Creek on Friday, November 13th.Tickets will go on sale Friday, September 18th, 2009 at 10:00am for this event.  You can call 1-877-339-8499 or visit www.dawsoncreekeventscentre.com for tickets.If you are a fan of Energeticcity.ca on Facebook, you should receive an update telling you how you can purchase tickets before the general public.   Just click here and join our group….and that’s it, you’ll now get a private Facebook message the next time there is a show announced at the EnCana Events Centre.See www.dawsoncreekeventscentre.com for full details on this concert.Advertisement The EnCana Events Centre has announced their next concert, Canadian Matthew Good will play the Centre on Friday, November 13, 2009.Consistent, candid, honest and forthright about everything from life to music, Matthew Good is one of few Canadian musicians that requires no introduction.In 2007, that candidness revealed itself as Hospital Music, an album dedicated to the ordeal Matthew Good was thrust into when dealing with bipolarity. Using the creativity of music to work through the revelation and realism of that diagnosis, Good and his followers formed an unbreakable bond based on what proved to be one of his most impeccable albums.- Advertisement -In 2009, Matthew Good finds him in an enviable place: alive, feeling fine and more inspired than ever before with the release of his 11th album entitled, Vancouver on October 6th.  Matthew Good’s latest release, Vancouver is a dedication to and examination of his experiences living in the world-renowned city for the better part of his life; the land responsible for forming many of his personal reflections and opinions on the world.On the track “The Vancouver National Anthem,” Matthew Good has many observations about the contradictions of what is going on within the city, a track boasting/solidifying the union of Good and artist Pete Yorn. As with the bulk of Good’s catalogue, Vancouver was recorded at The Warehouse Studio. Joined by the majority of his live band-journeymen and session players who have truly connected with Good’s own vision and direction-Vancouver is easily Good’s most coherent, enduring, and indelibly appreciable work to date.Matthew Good has sold over 800,000 albums world-wide, awarded three Juno Awards and has received 17 Juno nominations.  Matthew Good was awarded the Mental Heath Voices 2008 Award on behalf of the Canadian Mental Health Association, an award for proliferating awareness of mental health issues throughout Canada.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Three-star Reus targets World Cup after Dortmund leveller

first_img0Shares0000Marco on the mark: Dortmund´s Marco Reus scored in the 1-1 draw with Leipzig on Saturday © AFP / ROBERT MICHAELBERLIN, Germany, Mar 3 – Marco Reus underlined his brilliant return from a serious knee injury by scoring in his third straight Bundesliga game on Saturday as Borussia Dortmund drew 1-1 at RB Leipzig.After eight months sidelined having torn his cruciate knee ligament in last May’s German Cup final, Germany winger Reus now has three goals in four games. Having missed Germany’s 2014 World Cup victory with torn ankle ligaments and Euro 2016 with a groin injury, the fleet-footed Reus is even more determined to help defend the global title at Russia 2018.“I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t think about the World Cup and really want to be there,” he told Bundesliga.com before kick-off.“I won’t make a secret of the fact it’s a big goal of mine to be there. I know I’ve got a good chance, if I’m playing well.”Reus was a constant threat on Saturday and involved in the build up when striker Michy Batshuayi tapped home on 16 minutes, but Andre Schuerrle, who supplied the final pass, was offside.Leipzig took the lead when Liverpool-bound Naby Keita, back after a thigh injury, played a pass through Dortmund’s defence which Jean-Kevin Augustin tucked away on 29 minutes.Having also had an earlier goal flagged for offside, Reus made no mistake at the second attempt, sprinting onto Batshuayi’s well-timed pass and equalised seven minutes from half time.With an hour gone, Batshuayi, on loan from Chelsea, bungled the chance to grab the winner with the goal at his mercy.Leipzig, who picked up a point after three defeats, stay sixth.– Unbeaten Stoeger –Dortmund coach Peter Stoeger is unbeaten in his ten league games in charge.“I am happy with the 90 minutes, we are in the group fighting for Champions League places, it’ll stay that way until the end of the season, and our goal is to qualify,” said the Austrian.The result leaves Dortmund third after Schalke had earlier snatched second spot with a 1-0 home win against Hertha Berlin.Marko Pjaca, on loan from Juventus, claimed his second goal in five league games when Daniel Caligiuri whipped in a cross and Franco di Santo let the ball roll to Pjaca, who scored on 37 minutes.Schalke are 17 points behind runaway leaders Bayern, who play mid-table Freiburg on Sunday.Reports Bayern approached Freiburg boss Christian Streich last month to replace Jupp Heynckes as head coach next season have added extra spice to the game.Eintracht Frankfurt are fourth after their 1-0 win at home to mid-table Hanover as defender Danny da Costa scored their winner.Argentina striker Lucas Alario converted a first-half penalty and Julian Brandt scored with a superb chip as Bayer Leverkusen consolidated fifth place with a 2-1 win at ten-man Wolfsburg.Admir Mehmedi scored the consolation effort for Wolfsburg against his former club.The hosts finished with ten men when Brazilian left-back William was sent off for a second yellow card in added time.– Hamburg need ‘miracle’ –It finished goalless, but there was plenty of drama in Hamburg’s basement battle at home to Mainz.Hamburg winger Filip Kostic hit the woodwork and had a goal ruled off side in the first half.Mainz had Nigeria defender Leon Balogun sent off for a second yellow card when he fouled Luca Waldschmidt in the area on 61 minutes.The referee pointed to the spot, but Kostic’s weak attempt was saved by goalkeeper Florian Mueller on his Bundesliga debut.Hamburg are now seven points behind 16th-placed Mainz and on course for a first relegation in the club’s history.“Giving up is not in my nature, but we need a small miracle,” admitted Hamburg coach Bernd Hollerbach.Having been booed by his own fans last weekend, the pressure eased on Hoffenheim coach Julian Nagelsmann with a 2-0 win at Augsburg.Croatia striker Andrej Kramaric scored for the fifth match in a row before Germany winger Serge Gnabry added a superb second after the break.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Clergy head to Pitchess in attempt to ease tensions

first_img Once inside, the tension was palpable. “It’s just survival now,” said one black inmate. “They took away our toothpaste and toothbrushes and clothing. Just before you got here, they gave us these,” indicating fresh pajama-like pants. “We’d been wearing the same drawers for five days.” The black inmates said the sheer number of Latino inmates – a ratio of 3 to 1 – makes any solution difficult. “We’re outnumbered,” several said. “A lot of them know a lot of us from the street, but they can’t even say ‘hi’ in here,” another inmate added. “We got kids by Hispanics and have Hispanic friends, but in here, we can’t even shake hands, even though we’ve been neighbors for 28 years.” Black inmates said that during segregation efforts over the weekend, Latino inmates were moved into their cells and took personal items, including family pictures. “Don’t nobody want hatred,” one black inmate said. “But we’ll fight if we have to.” Allegations of delayed medical attention and skipped meals were made by the inmates, who added that their phone privileges were cut off arbitrarily, sometimes in the middle of a call. They also said Latino and white prisoners were given extra meals and the freedom to move about the facility while they remained locked in the day-room area. In an area where Latino inmates were segregated, fewer were willing to visit with the chaplains, staying closer to the back walls or sitting on bunks. One inmate did not speak, but held up a picture of a young woman holding a baby. All the men seemed to hold out a desire for respect from both their fellow inmates and the deputies assigned to guard them. “If they tell you you’re full of s–t, you believe you are,” one Latino inmate said. “The only solution is to get the shot callers from each side to sit down and work out a truce,” said a clergyman who asked not to be identified. “It’s going to get worse before it gets better.” Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 carol.rock@dailynews.com 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 MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “We’re from the same place as the inmates. We know the lingo of the streets. We’re just here to bring a sense of peace to all of this.” The violence has prompted lockdowns at all Los Angeles County jails, some of which are temporarily segregated in hopes of easing tensions among the races. “We’re asking you to bring the power of community,” sheriff’s Chief Marc Klugman told the clergy before the tour. “They will listen to you. You’ll see that many of them have been coerced into doing things they don’t want to do.” Klugman previously said the violence had been traced to the Mexican Mafia gang issuing orders from outside the prison to target black inmates in retaliation for the stabbing of a Latino inmate at Men’s Central Jail last week. The clergy visit marked the first time such a large group has been invited behind the walls of the prison, according to sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore. CASTAIC – More than 45 clergy members toured the Pitchess Detention Center on Thursday hoping to soothe tensions among inmates who have rioted for days, but only moments after the ministers left new brawls broke out at the maximum-security jail complex. The ministers, from jails and churches throughout Los Angeles County, met with several groups of inmates in the locked-down North County Correctional Facility. Some 2,000 inmates rioted there Saturday, kicking off a series of race-related battles that flared again in the East Facility, one of four jails at the Pitchess complex in Castaic. Ambulances were called for the fifth time after blacks and Latinos sparred Thursday afternoon, only to be quieted by deputies using tear gas. No serious injuries were reported, though one man has died and dozens have been injured since the fighting broke out over the weekend. “The deputies can’t communicate as well as we can,” said prison minister Gary Honore, who bore tattoos and an edge earned from years on the street. He showed off an old identification card from a prison stay in his younger days. last_img read more

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FAMILY TO TURN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH INTO HOME

first_imgA family which paid €170,000 for a Presbyterian Church in Ballyshannon is to convert it into a home, they said today.The church had been on the market since 2009.New owner Louise McMahon said she will use it as her family home and will be moving in with her husband and five children. Before the church was placed on the market, the bodies of two ministers had to be exhumed from the churchyard and moved to new graves.Speaking to the BBC in the North, the minister, Reverend Stephen Richmond, said it was a very sensitive time.“The families of the two ministers were contacted and gave their consent,” he said.“It was the only option as the church was moving out of church ownership. Ballyshannon Presbyterian Church held its last service in 2007 because of falling numbers.At the time there were just 10 families in the congregation.New owner Louise McMahon said she bought the church on an impulse but plans to turn it into a family home eventually.“It was pure impulse. There was no rational reason behind it. I just saw it on the website and it just drew me in.“It’s like finding a shell on a beach. There was a creature living inside it once. We only bought a shell but we plan on putting something very nice inside of it,” she said. The church, which was reroofed and contains an orchard, was sold after considerable interest from all over the world.There was huge interest from around the world in the property including a woman in Holland who came and sat in the church for hours before deciding against purchasing it.EndsFAMILY TO TURN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH INTO HOME was last modified: October 9th, 2011 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:Ballyshannon Presbyterian Churchlast_img read more

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DONEGAL COULD PRODUCE 100 FT WAVE (AGAIN!) SAYS PRO SURFER

first_imgA well-known Bundoran professional surfer has said Donegal could be in line to produce the biggest ever wave on the planet.Richie Fitzgerald, who owns Surfworld, has been surfing for more than 25 years.He says that although much is being made of the 20 metre wave which rolled in off Rossan Point yesterday, Donegal has actually had bigger waves. In fact Richie said it is common knowledge in the surfing orld that a giant wave in 2004 off the Donegal coast was the world’s first ever 100 foot wave.“The reason people are saying yesterday’s wave was the biggest was because the buoy which recorded it was only put in place last June.“A different buoy picked up evidence of a wave measuring more than 100 feet high between Donegal and Scotland in 2004.“And I have no doubt that we will see one of those waves again in the coming years off Donegal,” he said. Richie said the coast of Donegal has the ideal conditions for surfing and that is what is attracting people from around the world here.“We have more violent seas than anywhere and that includes Cape Horn. We may not have the weather or the sun but we have the waves,” he said. DONEGAL COULD PRODUCE 100 FT WAVE (AGAIN!) SAYS PRO SURFER was last modified: December 14th, 2011 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:bundoranRichie FitzgeraldSurfworldlast_img read more

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COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – ALL PLAYERS FIT AHEAD OF FINAL

first_imgTHE DONEGAL panel will go through two more training sessions – on Tuesday and Thursday – with all players coming through the rigors of last week’s training camps unscathed.Selector Maxi Curran says all the players are fit for selection at this stage, pointing out that the training camps were of huge benefit to Jim McGuinness, assistant Rory Gallagher and the squad.Funding for the training camps has come from a Players Fund. Most clubs are asking those lucky enough to get a ticket for the All-Ireland Final on Sunday to purchase a €5 raffle ticket as well, with proceeds going to the fund. “Everyone is fine and at the minute it looks like we will have a full deck to choose from, which would be great as it would be a massive disappointment for anyone to miss it at this late stage,” said Curran.“We were in Carlton House in Maynooth for two days, an excellent facility used by the likes of the Irish soccer team and the Irish rugby team, and even Real Madrid.“We were then in the Johnstown House Hotel, in Enfield, Meath, which is another top-class facility and one that we have been using as a base for our games in Dublin of late.“It’s good to continue with familiarity at this stage in the game and that makes things easier. From a training perspective, both are what we are after, with pitches and hydro facilities. “Training four successive days isn’t something the lads would be overly familiar with but they seemed happy with the professional approach as we had a productive few days away from the hype at home.”Donegal has been officially given 14,500 tickets; but with every fan scouring the country for more tickets, it is hoped that up to 25,000 inside Croker will be behind Donegal. COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – ALL PLAYERS FIT AHEAD OF FINAL was last modified: September 18th, 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:COUNTDOWN TO CROKER – ALL PLAYERS FIT AHEAD OF FINALlast_img read more

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LIFFORD MAN JIMMY PUTS HIS ‘BODY’ ON THE LINE FOR HIS PASSION

first_imgLifford bodybulider Jimmy Connolly has just missed out on the 6 place spot in the 2014 NABBA Worlds Bodybuilding Championships in the Waterfront Hall Belfast.Jimmy, 48, has been training in the sport for the past ten years. Jimmy revealed “I have been training 10 years on and off but the past three years I have been training hard an competing in shows. I have been training in Pro Gym in Derry with Dave Fox for ten years right up until the NABBA Northern Ireland 2014.”Jimmy has also been training in the Railway Gym in Lifford for the worlds championships.The Donegal man thanked his daughter Laura and son James who he says have been there for him “through thick and thin.”“I want to thank my brother Andy who also helped me all the way and also my friend Conor Gamble and Barney Crossan for all his knowledge an also last but not least many thanks to the Railway Gym for all their support.” Jimmy reveals he trains seven days a week coming up to a show which includes a high protein diet for 12 weeks in advance.The grandfather of one has competed in the Nabba Northern Ireland Bodybuilding Championships three times now and has placed two seconds and a fourth place.This time around he just missed out on making the final six in the competition.But Jimmy says his love of the sport will keep him going.“I love the sport very much so I will take a little time off and go back training in the future,” said dedicated Jimmy.Photos Paul Cullen Info pcullenphotography@gmail.com.LIFFORD MAN JIMMY PUTS HIS ‘BODY’ ON THE LINE FOR HIS PASSION was last modified: June 21st, 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:bodybuilderdonegalJimmy ConnollyLiffordlast_img read more

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McBRIDE WINS BROCKAGH 6K – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgThe Brockagh 6k attracted a field of more than 140 runners with all proceeds from the event going to the local national school, Scoil Taobhoige.The race was won by Jack McBride of Finn Valley in a time of 21.41 followed closely by Simon Ward just three seconds behind.The following is a list of all those who took part in the race and their times.Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 451 21.41 Jack McBride SM Finn Valley A C2 379 21.44 Simon Ward SM Individual3 445 21.53 Daniel Marley JM Individual Bike4 358 21.56 Matthew Wooten JM Individual Bike5 353 22.09 Aaron McGlynn JM Finn Valley A C6 341 22.46 Eamon Murphy M50 Individual7 382 23.47 John McGlinchey M40 Finn Valley A C8 321 23.47 Shane McNulty SM Finn Valley A C9 380 23.51 Martin McCrossan SM Individual10 362 24.04 Peter Lilburn M60 City Of Derry11 331 24.42 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C12 340 25.02 Raymond Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C13 381 25.11 Adam McGranaghan JM Finn Valley A C14 354 25.58 Hugh Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C15 327 25.59 Martin Anderson M40 Finn Valley A C16 373 26.17 Drew Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C17 450 26.28 Andy Scanlon M50 Finn Valley A C18 348 26.29 Marie Harper SW Finn Valley A C19 345 26.33 Sean McMenamin M50 Aghyaran20 361 26.39 Michael Gallagher M50 Foyle Valley21 351 26.44 Sinead Kenny W40 Finn Valley A C22 434 26.47 Noel Mailey SM Convoy23 367 27.04 Pauric McGinley SM Individual24 384 27.21 Paddy Hannigan M50 Individual25 366 27.22 Karin Duffner W40 Finn Valley A C26 364 27.23 Noel Duffy M40 Individual27 404 27.31 Kathy Ward JW Individual28 383 27.36 Angus Hunter M50 Individual29 355 27.36 Rodney Lindsay SM Individual30 372 27.51 Owen Coyle M50 Rosses A.C.31 344 27.52 Noreen Bonner W50 Finn Valley A C32 326 28.15 Gerard McGlynn SM Individual33 413 28.25 Maria McGonagle SW Finn Valley A C34 398 28.31 Tony Gallagher M50 Finn Valley A C35 350 28.32 Ailish Patton SW Finn Valley A C36 368 28.40 Sharon Hamilton W40 Aghyaran37 374 28.59 Jackie Harvey W50 Tír Chonaill A C38 346 29.10 Barry Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C39 332 29.10 Michael Gallagher M40 Finn Valley A C40 347 29.10 Shane Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C41 395 29.58 Michael Thompson M40 Castlefin42 428 29.59 Joey O’Leary SM Castlefin43 365 30.10 Charmain O’Brien SW Finn Valley A C44 441 30.10 Kieran Kelly M40 Finn Valley A C45 386 30.16 Clara Carroll W40 FVF4L46 336 30.58 Martin McCormack JM Individual47 416 31.22 Ryan Galvin JM Finn Valley A C48 427 31.27 Francis Furey SM Individual49 342 31.53 Bernie Martin W50 KCR50 343 31.53 Brendan Martin M40 KCR51 412 32.04 Sarah Doherty SW Convoy52 385 32.12 Helene McMenamin SW FVF4L53 457 32.15 James McGuire M50 Finn Valley A C54 377 32.49 Aine McElchar SW Finn Valley A C55 415 33.12 Michael McGonagle JM Finn Valley A C56 360 33.18 Paula Jansen SW FVF4L57 325 33.19 James Browne JM Individual58 418 33.37 Sonya O’Donnell W40 FVF4L59 442 33.43 Goretta Marley W40 FVF4L60 357 33.44 Mark Lindsay JM Individual61 363 33.46 Oisin Logue JM Individual62 389 34.06 Grace O’Donnell SW Convoy63 323 34.13 Mary Martin W60 Finn Valley A C64 401 34.28 Anthony Boland M50 Finn Valley A C65 402 35.21 Carmel Bolan W50 Finn Valley A C66 400 35.22 Dympna Bonner W40 Individual67 399 35.33 Packie Bonner M40 Individual68 405 35.54 Sean Ward JM Individual69 409 36.10 Cormac Bonner JM Individual70 335 36.10 Seaghan McCormack JM Individual71 433 37.09 Fionnuala McBride W40 Castlefin72 452 37.10 Ronnie McBride M40 Individual73 411 37.36 Nicola Gregg SW Convoy74 388 37.38 Anne Strain W40 Convoy75 453 37.54 Delores McMonagle SW Fintown76 391 38.03 Nessa Campbell W40 Individual77 333 38.21 Hughie McGill M40 Individual78 324 38.24 Eimear Browne JW Individual79 334 38.26 Marie McGill W40 Individual80 339 38.37 Tara Hughes SW Convoy81 338 38.37 Josephine Doherty SW Convoy82 390 38.40 John Mailey SM Convoy83 461 38.59 Niall Marley JM Individual84 352 39.07 Betty Gallen W60 Finn Valley A C85 449 39.16 Kevin McHugh M60 Aghyaran86 393 39.20 Denise Ferguson SW FVF4L87 471 39.21 Chantel McElhinney SW FVF4L88 439 39.46 Charlie Kelly JM Finn Valley A C89 423 40.27 Marie McMonagle SW Individual90 394 40.32 Damien McGlynn M40 Finn Valley A C91 359 40.52 Brendan O’Donnell SM Lifford AC92 370 41.13 Gavin McCormack JM Individual93 425 41.23 Caoimhe McMonagle JW Individual94 424 41.24 Charlie McMonagle SM Individual95 392 42.00 Catherine Myles SW FVF4L96 369 42.00 Brid Gallen W40 Finn Valley A C97 349 42.07 Phillip McHugh SM KCR98 371 42.09 Mairead Molloy W40 Individual99 431 42.13 Kathleen Martin JW Individual100 440 42.14 Grace Kelly JW Individual101 417 42.19 Nuala McCool SW Individual102 356 42.53 Kathie Lindsay SW Individual103 419 43.50 Olivia Finn SW FVF4L104 328 44.14 Kathleen McDevitt SW Individual105 322 45.33 Rosemary Connolly W50 Finn Valley A C106 456 48.29 Paul Morrow JM Individual107 387 48.33 Patrick Moy SM Individual108 408 48.35 Louise Moy SW Individual109 455 49.06 Stephanie Morrow JW Individual110 430 49.07 Mary Martin JW Individual111 329 49.15 Teresa McKelvey SW Individual112 447 49.26 Eileen Houston SW Individual113 448 49.26 Sabrina McGlynn SW Individual114 446 49.26 Kathleen McGlynn SW Individual115 407 49.57 Deirdre Ward SW Individual116 330 50.32 Deborah Hannon SW Individual117 403 53.30 Maggie Bonner W50 Individual118 406 53.30 Rosemary Ward SW Individual119 458 53.50 Patricia O’Connor W50 Individual120 436 54.40 Mgt Gallagher Walker Individual121 437 54.40 Mary McCrudden Walker Individual122 473 54.40 Mary McDonnell Walker Individual123 432 57.05 Sheila Martin JW Individual124 375 57.05 Rachael Furey JW Individual125 474 57.05 Eithne Bonner Walker Individual126 444 58.13 Jack Marley JM Individual127 410 58.14 Adam Marley JM Individual128 420 58.24 Niall McGonagle M40 Finn Valley A C129 421 58.25 Rachael McGonagle SW Finn Valley A C130 429 60.42 Paddy Martin SM Individual131 376 63.05 Daniel Furey JM Individual132 378 63.08 Aideen Furey JW Individual133 472 63.10 Aisling McGlynn JW Individual134 454 64.01 Nicole Morrow JW Individual135 438 64.01 Sophie Martin JW Finn Valley A C136 459 64.01 Cora McLaughlin JW Individual137 422 64.35 Brenda McGeehin SW Fintown138 396 64.36 Collette Gallagher SW Individual139 397 64.40 Caroline McGill SW Individual140 443 65.57 Sean Marley M40 IndividualTotal Runners: 140McBRIDE WINS BROCKAGH 6K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: August 21st, 2015 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:Brockagh 6kdonegalResultslast_img read more

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