HUNTSVILLE, Texas — The Bearkats are Austin bound.The Sam Houston State softball team has been selected to compete in the Austin Regional of the NCAA Tournament and will face host Texas, the ninth national seed, at Charline McCombs Field Friday at 4 p.m. The game will be televised on the Longhorn Network.Texas A&M and Houston are the other two teams in the double-elimination regional. The Aggies and Cougars will play Friday at 1 p.m. on ESPN3.The Bearkats (34-21) have faced all three teams in the regional this season. Sam Houston State lost 9-1 in five innings at Texas (41-14) on Feb. 22, fell to Houston (37-17) 2-1 on Feb. 10 and 17-1 in five innings on April 30 and dropped a doubleheader to Texas A&M (28-25) 5-4 and 4-3 on March 27.“We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to play at Texas, to open up at their place, a place we have already been this year, so we understand the environment,” head coach Garrett Valis said. “It will be pretty cool. We have some kids from that area and a lot of them have seen those kids, played against them in high school and tournament ball, so there will also be some familiarity with U of H and A&M there as well.”The Bearkats went 22-5 in league play to capture the program’s first regular-season championship since 1993 and fourth overall. Sam Houston State earned the top seed in the SLC tournament in Natchitoches, Louisiana this past week.The Kats rolled to a 7-0 victory over Southeastern Louisiana in the opening game thanks to a stellar performance in the circle by SLC Player and Pitcher of the Year Lindsey McLeod (21-8), who struck out 11. Sophomore Bailey White drove in three runs and junior Taylar Fuselier had a two-run single.Sam Houston State faced second-seeded Nicholls in two instant classics to clinch the SLC tournament championship. McLeod blanked the Colonels for nine innings May 9 before sophomore Brooke Malia launched a two-run, walk-off home run to left field off All-SLC first-team pitcher Megan Landry to advance to the championship round.Nicholls survived elimination to meet the Bearkats once again Saturday.McLeod and Landry went toe to toe in another nail-biter. The Colonels struck first with a solo home run in the top of the sixth, but junior Tiffany Thompson and Malia hit back-to-back home runs in the bottom of the inning to put Sam Houston State on top. McLeod shut the door on Nicholls in the seventh to cap the tournament with a perfect 3-0 record.“We have come so far,” Malia said. “We have just grown together, and we never settle for being just us. We want to be better and better, and I think we have done a great job of that.”The Bearkats only other regional appearance came in 2007 when Sam Houston State topped Texas State 1-0 in the Southland Conference championship game at Bearkat Softball Complex.The Bearkats were sent to the College Station Regional and fell to host Texas A&M 9-5 in the opener. Sam Houston stayed alive by beating Louisiana-Lafayette 2-1 before being eliminated by the Aggies 11-0.
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Dear Editor,On April 5, it was reported in the State media that Junior Public Infrastructure Minister Annette Ferguson, who was accompanied by Regional Councillor Juilian Cummings, visited the Pomeroon riverine communities of Friendship and Martindale to address concerns affecting the livelihood and wellbeing of residents, particularly the clogged canals which were adversely affecting ingress and egress to their homesteads.Over the years, these neglected communities have suffered from the lack of basic infrastructure, such as roads, electricity, potable water and sewage disposal. Therefore, the people should not delude themselves into thinking that, from Minister Ferguson’s visit, anything substantial will be done anytime soon to improve their lot, since the Govt. has no development plan for this considered backwater area.However, it’s worth a try for them to seek assistance from the State, as they do not have the financial/technical resources to do much of the “heavy lifting” required to improve their communities, nor the political clout to effect the necessary changes.Firstly, the Government should be requested, through the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority, to provide a dragline/excavator to clear the clogged canals of silt and vegetation. This would enable residents to get their produce to market, their children to school, and their sick to the hospital in a timely manner.Secondly, the cultivated areas should be empoldered to prevent flooding from excessive rainfall, runoff from adjoining lands, and overtopping from the Pomeroon River.Next, the Government should provide low-interest loans for residents to buy solar-generated electricity for their homes, which is cost-effective vis-a-vis diesel-generated electricity. Loans should also be provided to assist the residents to purchase 400/500- gallon PVC tanks to store rainwater for their domestic use. A pit latrine designed with the help of the local sanitary inspector could take care of waste disposal. If adequate financial resources later become available, the pit latrine could be upgraded to a septic tank installation.Water transportation would be the modus operandi for these communities for the foreseeable future. Therefore, the Govt. should make available duty-free 25-HP Yamaha outboard motors for the people to buy, as well as provide them with technical assistance to help them design and build efficient and cost-effective boats to meet their needs.Minister Ferguson had informed residents of the Pomeroon region that drainage and maintenance of canals within their communities were not areas for which regional Governments receive funding to manage on behalf of the Central Government. Further, she claimed that the complaint she was requested to look into did not fall under the responsibility of the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI), but she would nevertheless engage further with executives of the RDC and other ministers of the Govt when she returned to office.It is inconceivable that Minister Ferguson was oblivious to the fact that the Central Government has been, and is, spending millions of taxpayers’ dollars to provide drainage for Georgetown, East Coast villages, and other coastland areas. Further, the Honourable Minister must have been aware that the MPI has been dabbling with the drainage of Georgetown, East Bank of Demerara villages, and elsewhere since 2015.The rainy season is expected to commence in a few weeks’ time. It is therefore important for the Govt. to start addressing the needs of a desperate people, thereby alleviating them out of their misery.Yours faithfully,Charles Sohan
Despite constitutional provisions that mandate educational opportunities for all—regardless of tribal or religious backgrounds, many Liberian children, for a number of social reasons, are still denied those opportunities.Article 6, under the General Principles of National Policy, provides that, because of the vital role assigned individual citizen under the Constitution for social, economic, and for the political well-being of Liberia, all Liberians shall have equal access to educational opportunities and facilities to the extent of available resources; emphasis shall be placed on the mass-education of the Liberian people, and the elimination of illiteracy.Though excited about the prospect of going to school, many children, nowadays, lack the opportunity. For some, there is no money. Others are used as breadwinners for single mothers, or are simply kept at home—as domestic servants.Views solicited from some children selling in Central Monrovia suggest that they are faced with a number of challenges beyond their parents’ or guardians’ control; and so, they are compelled to sell along the streets and forgo school.Children in Monrovia and other parts of the country are faced with different challenges, thus making them breadwinners at an early stage.Some parents rely on the daily income of their children before the family finally gets a meal for the day.The Act creating the right of the child was created to protect the interest of young children and create an atmosphere that will provide them the opportunity to be brought up in a save society.These young children—that you meet on the streets—have the potential to transform the society and make major contributions to the betterment of Liberia. Roaming the streets as they do—with cold water bowls, candy buckets, biscuit trays and baskets full of peppers and other items—I don’t see them realizing their full potential or even have the opportunity to live like normal children, slowly getting prepared for the future.In a chat with little Alvin Thomson, 13, a resident of central Monrovia, he was excited about having the chance to visit a school campus, sit in class and at the end of a semester, receive a grade sheet.13-year-old Alvin sells bananas and ground-peas around the city. He reveled that his mother also sells bananas along the Waterside Market. His father is dead.The child told this paper that he has never had the opportunity to sit in a class room.“I have not been to school before; but I would love to go to school. I like school because when I see my friends wearing uniform every day, I am not satisfied at all that I am not a part of them. But I also have to help my mother because there is nobody around us.She is getting old now; unfortunately, I don’t know her age. She always tells me that when I sell and we save more money, I will go to school. I want to become a doctor when I grow so that I can save lives,” he said.Like Alvin, every child has a dream and potential. But how many of them are in the position to increase their interest in education, and their passion for learning, to realize that dream?If we must have qualified and competent youths tomorrow, they must be given the necessary support and the atmosphere that offers such opportunity to succeed.Michael, Sayeh, 15, who sells cold water on the Capital By-Pass, is a 5th grade student and lives on Camp Johnson Road.He is not satisfied roaming the streets in the evenings to sell his wares.“I have to sell when I return from school and by the time I am done selling, I go straight to bed. My parents are not able to send me to school alone so I have to help them in the process; that is why I sell every day.“My mum is not working, and my father is only a security guard. His salary is not enough. When I grow up, I want to work in a company to help other children too whose parents cannot afford as much as mine.“I do not have time to study my lessons, but I know I will become who I want to be in the future.“I am used to selling every day. I make sure to report plenty money to my mother so she can be happy with me,” he said.Like Alvin and Michael, there are many other children out there that we could not talk to or talk about; but they all share similar stories and experiences.As young as they all are, they are becoming responsible men and women. What if they are given the chance to learn well? They will become responsible citizens, knowing that their country, society, and family, depend on them for a safe, healthy, and happy Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dr. Zobong B. Norman, President of the Bomi County Community College (BCCC), envisions the college as an institution of academic excellence during his administration if the right support is received from the government and the county Legislative Caucus.Dr. Norman told journalists at Fatoma Compound, the college campus in Tubmanburg, that six months after it is in full operation, the college would be on its way to reclaiming its rightful place in the education of youths as the first community college in the country.“My priority is to strengthen the college in courses such as business, health sciences, agriculture, and the technical and education sectors,” Dr. Norman said.His present priority is the resumption of the health science department that was suspended due to some major deficiencies. Consequently, the administration is working to ensure that the college meets the requirements of the Liberia Nursing & Midwifery Board.Dr. Norman commended the Bomi Legislative Caucus and expressed appreciation for their support to redirect the focus of the college to benefit Liberians, particularly students from Grand Cape Mount, Gbarpolu and host, Bomi County.“In this respect my administration is waiting for the reconstitution of its Board of Directors and to be fully empowered to get major issues of interest worked out for the direction the college is taking,” he said.He spoke of the need for reading and other instructional materials for both students and teachers, including his administration’s determination to get a large percentage of fulltime instructors to meet the student demand.“I realize that instructors at the college are all hired on a part time basis and I think it is important that we find the means to get fulltime instructors to meet the needs of the students,” said Dr. Norman. He further recommended an increased budgetary allotment from the government to meet the needs of the college.He said his administration has submitted a budget to the Bomi Legislative Caucus and after it is considered, he could get the nursing program restarted and provide what was lacking before the program was suspended.“I’m hoping that by early May we can get the nursing program going full blast,” Dr. Norman said. He added that the college has submitted a proposal to US Peace Corps Volunteers, requesting for instructors to help out in the sciences, including biology, chemistry and mathematics.He explained that instructors, including the hoped-for Peace Corps, would need residential quarters to make their work comfortable; therefore his administration wants the government and Bomi citizens to make their contributions to make his plans workable.Dr. Norman said his administration will set up a review committee, which will include students, to evaluate the performance of teachers in their respective subjects and provide support to those instructors who will need additional help to enhance competence in their core subjects.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA) on Wednesday launched the Savannah Drive expedition which is scheduled for Friday, February 23. Once again, the Morakobai Village will be part of this event so as to develop their tourism sector.This is the second of 13 planned events which have been organised by the GTA, for individuals who enjoy the adventures and adrenaline rush.Present at the launch was the Toshao of Morakobai, Colin Adrian, who explained that Moraikobai, being the only Indigenous community in Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice), is hoping to use these expeditions as a method of introducing tourism in the region. He stated that there is a lot to experience and witness on the wildlife aspects of the region.Coordinators of the event and the Toshao of Morakobai, Colin Adrian (second from right) at the launchThe expedition will feature approximately 30 bikers and is set as a team challenge. Each team is comprised of three bikers and the objective is to complete a series of obstacles while incorporating teamwork among their fellow teammates.The drive will cover approximately 40 miles commencing from the Linden Highway. However, those who wish to stay in the village can do so where there are other outdoor activities such as fishing, bird-watching and camping with the villagers.The main purpose of this event is not only to promote tourism, but to gain international recognition, and give those who love motorsports an opportunity to experience the different terrains in Guyana.For those who wish to participate, there is an entry fee of $25,000 per team and registration closes today (February 22). However, there is a late registration fee of $35,000. Participants are asked to wear protective gears and practice safety at all times. There will be several medical personnel and first aiders to assist in any emergencies.This will be the second event that Morakobai will be featuring for this year. The first is a safari expedition by the Pakaraima Mountain Safari Club, which is set for February 23-25. Morakobai is the only Arawak village in Region Five. Since the village’s main economic activity, logging, has not been displaying significant progress, they have decided to shift towards the tourism sector. There are plans to further develop this initiative by constructing an eco-lodge in 2019.
Sebastian Giovinco in action for Italy 1 Monaco have edged ahead of Arsenal and Tottenham in the race to land Sebastian Giovinco this month, according to reports in Italy.As reported by talkSPORT, Giovinco could be available for a cut-price deal during the transfer window with his current contract at Juventus expiring in the summer.It has been suggested that Spurs and their arch rivals Arsenal could be about to rekindle their interest with Giovinco available for a bargain price.But now it has been reported that the 27-year-old forward, who can play up front or in midfield, is edging closer to a Monaco switch.The Ligue 1 side are in the market for attacking reinforcements and are said to be close to an agreement with Juventus.
2 Duke 67, at Ga. Tech 59 Wanisha Smith scored 13 points, and the Blue Devils (15-0, 4-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) survived their closest game of the season. The Yellow Jackets (11-4, 0-3) held Duke to its fewest points of the season, far below its 97-point average. at 5 Baylor 57, at TCU 76, 18 New Mexico 67 Adrianne Ross scored a career-high 24 points to help the Horned Frogs (7-6, 1-1 Mountain West) get the win. Ross went 10 for 19 from the field and also had five assists and four steals. Dionne Marsh led the Lobos (12-4, 2-1) with 20 points. at George Washington 58, 19 Temple 41 Freshman forward Jazmine Adair scored 11 points and set career-highs with 11 rebounds and three blocks to lead the Colonials (10-4, 3-0) to their fourth straight win. The Owls (10-4, 2-1) had 19 turnovers, 17 field goals and shot 23 percent. 24 Missouri 64, at Nebraska 58 Carlynn Savant scored 14 of her 16 points in the second half and the Tigers won their 12th straight game. LaToya Bond led Missouri (13-2, 3-0 Big 12) with 21 points. Kelsey Griffin scored 16 points for the Cornhuskers (10-4, 2-1). 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 MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Oklahoma St. 26 Jessica Morrow scored 11 points and Sophia Young added 10 to lead the Bears (12-1, 2-1 Big 12), who opened the second half with an 11-2. The Cowgirls’ 26 points represented the lowest offensive output for a Baylor opponent in school history. 10 Rutgers 66, at S. Florida 65 Cappie Pondexter scored a career-high 40 points, including a jumper with 8 seconds left to give the Scarlet Knights (11-2, 3-0 Big East) to break a 64-64 tie. Jessica Dickson had a career-high 37 points for South Florida (11-5, 1-2).
Are you related to the late Rose Ann “Rosie” Campbell we think from Meenboy, Kilcar?It is believed Rosie left Meenboy on her own when she was just 18 many, many years ago and went to America. Maybe you were related to the late Ina Campbell RIP.Do you have a relation from this area who became a Bishop in Florida? Why you ask? Last year Donegal Action for Cancer Care were surprised & delighted to be recognised for our voluntary work by a lady Nancy Martens in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.This was to celebrate the 40 year friendship that she had with Jeannie Coverdale RIP & Jeannie’s connection with Donegal. It’s an amazing story of love & friendship. Jeannie made quilts & died of Breast Cancer in 2011.Jeanne was born Jeanne Marie McDonald in Council Bluffs, Iowa to Joseph and Pauline McDonald. Joe’s family is from Northern Ireland & we know that her mother Pauline’s family came from Kilcar.Jeannie’s husband Mike Coverdale told to us with the following “Her grandmother came over the pond and was Rose Ann “Rosie” Campbell. I visited with some of her kin at Meenboy years ago with Jeanne. “Jeannie travelled from our small town in Iowa across the pond five times to walk in her beloved Donegal. My memories of doing that with her on two of her trips “home” are precious, as are you all to me with your service.“I don’t know much but I do know Jeanne LOVED Donegal and that she was a gift. Thank you for helping keep her spirit around us.”In the spring of 2010, just before she got sick, Jeanne organized a tour for some cousins to Ireland. We are trying to follow them up but it is proving difficult. DACC are now asking for your help please in trying to locate who Jeannie’s relations are in Donegal. We would love to make contact with themIn recognition of this beautiful 40 year friendship, the quilt we received in her memory and indeed the fact that DACC have been sent it, we would when we locate Jeannie’s relations hopefully get a group of women & men to come together and make a Donegal quilt which will include Jeannie’s relations names & great places in Donegal. This quilt would then be sent back to Nancy in Canada.We would so like to do this & feel that this great story of what cancer can do which includes the poem “ What Cancer Cannot Do” deserves the effort. If so can you please contact me Betty Holmes Donegal Action for Cancer Care. Tel:087 2905 946CANCER GROUP LAUNCH APPEAL TO FIND FAMILY OF DONEGAL WOMAN was last modified: April 20th, 2016 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:cancerDACCdonegalquilt
FINN Valley AC’s Gerard Gallagher was first home in Friday night’s Brockage 6k road race.Almost 180 runners took partAll the results are below: Brockagh 6k 2013Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 217 20.04 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 275 20.18 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C 3 345 20.51 Shane Mc Nulty SM Finn Valley A C4 184 21.02 Sean Mc Gettigan SM Finn Valley A C5 285 21.45 Kieran Carlin M40 Finn Valley A C6 276 21.49 Ciaran Toner SM Letterkenny A C7 357 22.00 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A C 8 167 22.11 Jude O’ Donnell M40 Individual9 307 22.28 Patrick Penrose JM Finn Valley A C10 359 22.43 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C11 174 22.46 Tom Thomspon M40 Finn Valley A C 12 199 23.10 Dominic Bonner M50 Finn Valley A C13 192 23.15 Catherine Whoriskey SW City Of Derry14 191 23.21 Peter Lilburn M50 City Of Derry15 329 23.25 Jack Mc Bride JM Castlefinn Running16 361 23.30 Patrick Mc Glynn SM Individual17 165 24.09 Michael Penrose M50 Finn Valley A C18 197 24.11 Noleen Porter W40 Finn Valley A C19 264 24.26 Eugene Gallen M40 Individual20 170 24.36 Tony Gallagher M40 Finn Valley A C21 259 24.41 Stewart Mc Gee SM Individual22 278 24.45 Kay Byrne W50 Finn Valley A C23 284 24.55 Sean Paul Byrne M40 Finn Valley A C24 282 25.11 Gerry O’ Doherty M50 Essex25 295 25.26 Alan Catterson M40 Finn Valley A C26 169 25.38 Martin Anderson M40 Finn Valley A C27 218 25.40 Tony Murray M60 Individual28 173 25.48 Sean O’ Leary M50 Finn Valley A C29 291 25.49 Paul Mc Gee SM Rosses A.C.30 292 26.04 P.J. Friel SM Individual31 333 26.10 Andy Scanlon M40 Finn Valley A C32 279 26.14 Martina Hegarty SW Individual33 274 26.17 Patrick Gallagher M40 Individual34 190 26.20 Noreen Bonner W50 Finn Valley A C35 198 26.25 Miriam Bonner W40 Finn Valley A C36 344 26.28 Sharon Black SW Letterkenny A C37 277 26.46 James Mc Guire M50 Finn Valley A C38 277 26.46 Paddy Hannigan M50 Individual39 304 27.01 Marie Harper SW Finn Valley A C40 175 27.10 Pat Mc Crudden M60 Finn Valley A C41 172 27.18 Mary Hipsley W40 Finn Valley A C42 303 27.23 Eugene Mc Ginley M40 Individual43 309 27.35 Gerard Mc Glynn SM Individual44 223 27.37 Owen Coyle M50 Rosses A.C.45 300 27.39 Michael Mc Keown SM Individual46 225 27.49 Sarah Byrne SW Finn Valley A C47 254 27.49 Conor Mc Gonagle M40 Finn Valley A C48 152 28.20 Ashlean Mc Geehin SW Finn Valley A C49 196 28.21 Noel Duffy M40 Individual50 193 28.26 Jackie Harvey W50 Tír Chonaill A C51 146 28.29 Kathleen Gallen W40 Finn Valley A C52 280 28.31 Gloria Donaghey W50 Finn Valley A C53 315 28.37 Stephan Ward SM Individual54 341 28.43 Gerry Marley M40 Individual55 188 28.43 Sharon Hamilton SW Finn Valley A C56 224 29.01 Vera Haughey W50 Tír Chonaill A C57 168 29.08 Paul Whelan SM Individual58 302 29.25 Sean O’ Donnell M50 Individual59 356 29.37 Seamus Gallen M40 Individual60 153 29.49 Evelyn Mc Geehin W40 Finn Valley A C61 150 29.59 Maria Boyle W40 Finn Valley A C62 308 30.23 Lisa Mc Glynn SW Castlefinn Running63 331 30.38 Packie Bonner M40 Individual64 255 30.58 Marie Mc Gonagle SW Finn Valley A C65 348 30.58 Francesca Patton SW Individual66 158 31.01 Gretta Marley W40 Finn Valley A C67 339 31.01 Karl Houston M40 Castlefinn Running68 363 31.11 Courtney Mc Glynn Walker Individual69 200 31.34 Marcela Mc Crea W40 Castlefinn Running70 321 31.37 Charlie Mc Monagle M40 Individual71 160 31.38 Kevin Gibbons M40 Individual72 154 32.03 Elaine Grant SW Finn Valley A C73 227 32.27 Martin Mc Cormack Walker Individual74 189 32.27 Sean Bonner M50 Convoy Running Club75 30 32.47 Mary Martin W60 Finn Valley A C76 281 32.49 Grace O’ Donnell SW Convoy Running Club77 185 33.08 Laura Duncan SW Castlefinn Running78 186 33.08 Richard Duncan SM Castlefinn Running79 145 33.26 Helena Mc Menamin W40 Finn Valley A C80 143 33.26 Jennifer Pearson SW Finn Valley A C81 148 33.27 Dympna Mc Ginty SW Finn Valley A C82 43 33.52 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C83 159 34.06 Ann Marie Gibbons SW Finn Valley A C84 296 34.24 Ronnie Mc Bride M40 Castlefinn Running85 373 34.28 Barry Duffy M40 Finn Valley A C86 204 35.09 Valerie Mc Guire W50 Finn Valley A C87 316 35.09 Cathy Ward Walker Individual88 163 35.09 May Ward JW Individual89 164 35.14 Aíne Ward JW Individual90 283 35.17 Margaret O’ Doherty W50 Essex91 187 35.28 Ann Marie Reylonds W40 Individual92 310 35.28 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A C93 149 35.42 Tina Mc Glynn SW Finn Valley A C94 360 35.44 Paula O’ Donnell SW Finn Valley A C95 330 35.46 Dympna Bonner W40 Individual96 195 35.49 James Boyle M60 Finn Valley A C97 177 35.50 Jessica Martin JW Glenfinn98 332 35.52 Marie Gallagher SW Finn Valley A C99 288 35.54 Catherine Browne JW Individual100 68 36.17 Nicola Kee W40 Finn Valley A C101 342 36.43 Shaun Marley Walker Individual102 144 36.50 Hilary Pearson W50 Finn Valley A C103 226 37.01 Kevin Mc Hugh M60 Finn Valley A C104 358 37.52 Eireann Gallen JM Finn Valley A C105 299 38.05 Mary Byrne W40 Finn Valley A C106 294 38.05 Audrey Crawford W40 Finn Valley A C107 293 38.06 Annmarie Lynch SW Finn Valley A C108 374 38.33 Mary Penrose W40 Finn Valley A C109 147 38.48 Frances Wilson SW Finn Valley A C110 340 38.51 Patrica Houston SW Castlefinn Running111 287 38.56 Reece Furey JM Individual112 222 39.26 Ciara Molloy Walker Individual113 343 39.28 Drren Marley Walker Individual114 250 39.29 Daniel Furey Walker Individual115 162 39.39 Matthew Gibbons JM Individual116 253 39.54 Fionnualla Mc Bride W40 Castlefinn Running117 328 39.54 Fionnualla Mc Bride W40 Castlefinn Running118 349 40.03 Karina Mc Meniman SW Individual119 362 40.37 Oisin Mc Glynn JM Individual120 151 40.47 Sharon Scanlon SW Finn Valley A C121 166 41.46 Rosemary Connolly W50 Finn Valley A C122 305 42.44 Siobhan Morrow JW Individual123 161 42.57 Amy Gibbons JW Individual124 265 43.39 Finian Gallen Walker Individual125 179 43.56 Lauren Martin Walker Glenfinn126 334 43.56 Ann Griffin W50 Individual127 251 44.46 Rachel Furey Walker Individual128 269 44.47 Marty Martin Walker Glenfinn129 289 44.55 James Browne Walker Individual130 262 44.59 Bridín Gallen W40 Individual131 372 45.52 Amanda Duffy W40 Finn Valley A C132 263 46.13 Erin Gallen Walker Individual133 181 48.06 Yvonne Boyle JW Finn Valley A C134 182 48.06 Janine Boyle JW Finn Valley A C135 286 48.16 Mary Furey W50 Individual136 313 49.47 Shaun Ward Walker Individual137 312 49.50 Odhran Ward Walker Individual138 252 50.43 Fionnualla Woolton W40 Individual139 178 50.47 Emma Martin Walker Glenfinn140 318 50.50 Nadia Mc Monagle Walker Individual141 228 50.53 A Furey Walker Individual142 354 51.22 Deirdre Moy SW Finn Valley A C143 322 51.39 Michelle O’ Connor SW Individual144 256 51.39 Josephine Gallagher SW Individual145 347 51.39 Margaret Bonner W40 Individual146 306 52.29 Rosaleen Mc Gonagle W60 Finn Valley A C147 258 52.29 Eugene Drumm M50 Individual148 221 52.31 Mairead Molloy W40 Individual149 320 52.31 Marie Mc Monagle W40 Individual150 220 53.21 Michaela Gl;ackin Walker Individual151 176 53.22 Kathleen Martin Walker Glenfinn152 210 53.23 Noreen Mc Ginty SW Individual153 317 53.25 Deirdre Ward W40 Individual154 376 53.35 Hannah Mc Gowan JW Finn Valley A C155 375 53.35 Andrea Mc Gowan SW Finn Valley A C156 207 53.49 Mickey Moy M60 Individual157 171 53.50 Breid Coyle W40 Individual158 298 53.50 Mary Mc Granaghan SW Finn Valley A C159 194 54.20 Grace Boyle W50 Finn Valley A C160 371 54.20 Bridgeen Doherty W50 Finn Valley A C161 314 54.38 Rosemary Ward Walker Individual162 271 54.38 Jackie O’ Meara Walker Glenfinn163 268 55.33 Síle Martin Walker Glenfinn164 219 55.33 Michael Glacken M40 Individual165 261 55.44 Roisin Glackin W40 Individual166 180 58.49 Alicia Boyle SW Finn Valley A C167 183 58.49 Justin Boyle JM Finn Valley A C168 257 59.16 Donna Gallagher Walker Individual169 353 59.23 Liam Kelly SM Individual170 270 60.07 Kathleen Martin Walker Glenfinn171 290 60.07 Eimear Browne Walker Individual172 355 60.07 Ciara Moy JW Finn Valley A C173 352 60.07 Grace Kelly Walker Individual174 350 60.37 Carmel Kelly Walker Individual175 267 60.59 Eddie Moy Walker Glenfinn176 319 61.00 Margaret Mc Monagle W50 Individual177 260 61.00 Mary Harkin W50 Individual178 301 61.00 Charlie Mc Elwee Walker Individual179 266 81.20 Graham Mc Ginty Walker GlenfinnTotal Runners: 17923 August Page 6 of 6 RESULTS: FINN VALLEY’S GALLAGHER WINS BROCKAGH 6K was last modified: August 23rd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new 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A young boy has been rushed to hospital by helicopter after a fall in an Inishowen play area.The young lad was playing with friends in Culdaff when he fell and suffered back injuries just after 3pm.The Rescue 118 helicopter from Sligo and it transported the injured boy to Letterkenny General Hospital. It is understood the boy suffered a spinal injury but it is not known how serious it is. BOY FLOWN TO HOSPITAL AFTER FALL AT PLAY AREA was last modified: July 24th, 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:culdaffINISHOWEN RESCUE 118