Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil MOST READ Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James, right, is congratulated by Kevin Love, after James broke Michael Jordan’s NBA record by scoring at least 10 points in his 867th straight regular-season game during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the New Orleans Pelicans in Cleveland, Friday, March 30, 2018. (AP Photo/Phil Long)CLEVELAND — Still chasing championships, LeBron James caught — and passed — Michael Jordan on one list.James broke Jordan’s NBA record by scoring at least 10 points in his 867th straight regular-season game, a streak the Cavaliers superstar could make nearly untouchable by the end of his brilliant career.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Detroit’s Griffin has bone bruise, to be evaluated in a week Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters James entered Friday’s game against New Orleans sharing the mark with Jordan, one of his boyhood heroes. But with one of his patented two-handed dunks midway through the first quarter, James moved ahead of Jordan, whose streak stretched from 1986 to 2001.During a stoppage in play, James was handed the ball and he received a standing ovation from the sellout Quicken Loans Arena crowd, which included pop superstar Justin Timberlake.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownJames last failed to score in double digits on Jan. 5, 2007, against Milwaukee. In the time since, he has won three NBA championships, left Cleveland for Miami and returned, and established himself as one of the best players in league history.At 33, he’s playing as well as ever and next month he’ll head into the playoffs attempting to reach his eighth straight NBA Finals. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. James can envision a day when his record is toppled.“I think records are always meant to be broken,” he said. “At the end of the day I think a lot of people didn’t believe Mike’s record would ever be broken, so who am I to say that mine won’t be?”James’ record underscores his durability, reliability and scoring skill. And although it may not be viewed in the class as other notable streaks like Joe DiMaggio getting a hit in 56 straight games or Cal Ripken playing in 2,632 straight, the mark is still special.An avid sports fan, James said all of those streaks are meaningful.“They’re all great achievements in their own right,” he said. “You all know Cal Ripken and his ability to be out on the diamond every single day, play that many consecutive games. Joe DiMaggio, every time he went up in a game he was going to get a hit. That’s just production for a ball club. This streak as well, being available to your teammates and being able to put the ball in the hole, I don’t know if there’s one that’s more than another.“They’re all pretty cool achievements in their own right.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next James never set out to break Jordan’s mark, but by staying healthy and being consistent, he moved himself to the top of another statistical list.And with the end of his career seemingly years away, James is poised to re-write history some more.“It’s not like I set out to say that I want to be the No. 1 in scoring 10 points, double digits or consecutive games or whatever that and whatnot,” James said. “But any time like a statistical category comes up and I’m able to accomplish something like that, I mean it’s pretty incredible. It’s been like 11 years that I’ve been able to accomplish this feat so I’ve been able to take care of my body, that’s one, and I’ve been around some great teammates and coaches and two organizations that have allowed me to be who I am, so that’s two.“And just going out and playing for the joy of the game.”To put James’ double-digit scoring mark in perspective, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the NBA’s career scoring leader, scored at least 10 in 787 consecutive games. 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…workers picket for pay increase Following the prolonged stalemate over wage negotiations and allegations of unjust treatment to its workers, calls are being made for the Labour Department of the Social Protection Ministry to take legal action against the Demerara Timber Company (DTL) over labour violations.The disgruntled workers, along with their union representative – the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) – staged a picketing on Monday outside of the company’s headquarters in Kingston, Georgetown, in a desperate attempt to call attention to their struggles and shove management into action in relation to their demands for pay increases.GAWU’s General Secretary, Seepaul Narine, on the sidelines of the protest, told Guyana Times that the timber company must be prosecuted by Government over its continued disrespect for Guyanese employees.DTL workers protest for wage increases“What we believe needs to be done now is the Ministry needs to prosecute them because they are in clear violation of the law and not only violating the law to the detriment of the employees, but a flagrant disrespect to the ministry. I don’t think that the ministry should continue to accept such a situation,” he proclaimed.A handful of workers journeyed from Mabura Hill in Region Ten (Upper Demerara-Berbice) to call on the DTL to engage with their union to conclude its 2015 pay increase negotiations and commence talks for 2016.They complained of being abused by management and earning a paltry salary incommensurate to the cost of living in the country.“The money can’t do. We have our families to look after and transportation cost alone is expensive,” expressed Derrick Toney, one of the employees.The workers, with placards in hand, also called for the removal of the company’s General Manager, Martin Ting, whom they said has done absolutely nothing to protect the interest of his employees.Bilateral negotiations between the Union and the Company reached a stalemate on November 17, 2015 after the Company did not approve any pay increase, but offered a Christmas Bonus of $5000 to each worker. DTL informed that its financial state precluded it from offering a pay rise.Following the impasse, the dispute was next subjected to conciliatory services by the Ministry of Social Protection, Department of Labour.According to GAWU, though a few meetings were held, the company remains unwilling to divulge its financial statements for scrutiny by stakeholders.The workers have therefore grown impatient over the treatment by management and the slow pace of the wage negotiations.They are calling on DTL to return to the bargaining table and favourably resolve the matter since they are committed to continue the protests until their demands are addressed.
0Shares0000Nzoia Sugar head coach Bernard Mwalala watches his side during a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Raymond MakhayaNAIROBI, Kenya, Jul 2- Former Kenyan international Bernard Mwalala has resigned as Nzoia Sugar head coach with immediate effect over what he termed as ‘personal reasons’, a decision he says he took painfully.Mwalala tendered his resignation to the club’s management on Monday morning bringing to an end a hugely successful spell of close to four years that saw him aid the side to return to top flight football. “This is a decision that I made a long time ago and it was only a matter of time. I made the decision due to personal reasons and I will take some bit of time to rest before making a decision on the next move,” Mwalala told Capital Sport.Mwalala helped the side gain promotion to top flight at the end of the 2016 season when they won the National Super League, barely a year after taking charge. He has also seen the side become one of the teams to beat in the top flight.“I am proud of the work I have done at this club both as a player and as a coach. Nzoia gave me the opportunity to be what I am today and I will forever be indebted to them. This was a hard decision to take but sometimes in life, you have to change,” added the coach.Nzoia Sugar FC posing for a team photo before a past Kenyan Premier League matchNonetheless, things have not been rosy for the youthful tactician since the departure of former chairman Yapets Mokua.At some point, Mwalala had said he was resigning from the club but rescinded the decision, but this was always a ticking time bomb. The club has also been facing tough financial times due to the struggles experienced by their sponsors.Time and again, players have gone on go slows protesting lack of pay, something that has hugely dampened the morale of the players.Mwalala has also been quietly frustrated that the club has lost most of its good players without the club making a fight for them and was particularly disappointed at the end of last season when Lawrence Juma left for Gor Mahia while Masita Masuta left for Ulinzi Stars.“We have always tried our best to replace the departed players and I think we did well with that. I leave the club at a good place and hopefully they continue in that same spirit,” the coach added.Meanwhile, Vihiga United have confirmed that ex-Kakamega Homeboyz coach Mike Mururi has joined them with Edward Manoah being elevated to the position of Technical Director.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)
Lifford/Strabane Athletic Club’s annual road race series kicked off in Carrigans this morning.First home was John Paul Williamson with the fantastic time of 15:32, followed closely by Gary Slevin who joined him across the finish line 22 seconds later.The first woman home was Enya Haigney with a time of 19:28, hot on the heels of Aaron McGrath with a time of 19:24. The next race will take place in Strabane on Sunday the 29th of January, and in Lifford on February the 12th.Lifford/Strabane AC would like to thank everyone who turned out for the race, stewards, and to those who brought along refreshments.They would also like to thank Michael and Patricia O’Donnell from the Carraig Inn for the use of their facilities, Frank McGurk for the use of carparking at CCCP, and Pat Carlin for First Aid.They also expressed their gratitude to Liam Daly and Daly’s XL Supermarket in Lifford for their continued sponsorship of the series. Full results:Place Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender1 John Paul Williamson City of Derry Spartans 157 15:32 15:33 M2 Gary Slevin City of Derry Spartans 158 15:55 15:55 M3 Conor McDevitt Foyle Valley AC 61 17:25 17:26 M4 Dave Slater Enniskillen RC 142 17:36 17:36 M 5 James Stevenson Lifford Strabane AC 206 17:45 17:46 M6 Brandon McGrinder Lifford Strabane AC 223 18:05 18:05 M7 Colm Mullan Acorns AC 76 18:07 18:08 M8 Clint Doherty 24/7 182 18:12 18:12 M 9 Paul Dillon Lifford Strabane AC 165 18:15 18:16 M10 Joe Coyle Ramelton 240 18:19 18:22 M11 michael mc grinder Lifford Strabane AC 197 18:36 18:38 M12 John Acheson 103 18:46 18:48 M13 gary mc fadden Foyle Valley AC 62 18:49 18:50 M14 damian quinn Omagh Harriers 59 19:01 19:02 M15 andy mc inroy 57 19:04 19:07 M16 david russell 46 19:06 19:12 M17 jack moore 63 19:13 19:13 M18 Michael Duncan Lifford Strabane AC 13 19:16 19:17 M19 Aaron McGrath Lifford Strabane AC 32 19:22 19:24 M20 Enya Haigney Omagh Harriers 64 19:28 19:28 F21 Martin Dunleavy Foyle Valley AC 102 19:31 19:33 M22 barry mackey Letterkenny AC 83 19:35 19:36 M23 gary neely Swanlings 262 19:38 19:40 M24 drew doherty Finn Valley AC 88 19:39 19:41 M25 Leoni Mullen Lifford Strabane AC 86 19:43 19:44 F26 Raymond Hoynes Lifford Strabane AC 17 19:44 19:46 M27 Amy McDaid Derry Track Club 72 19:46 19:47 F28 andy leighton Convoy AC 85 19:51 19:53 M29 Oliver Barrett Lifford Strabane AC 1 19:51 19:54 M30 John Coyle Lifford Strabane AC 94 19:49 19:54 M31 Troy Hegarty Convoy AC 273 19:59 20:00 M32 rodney orr 45 19:56 20:01 M33 toni moore 66 20:07 20:07 F34 bobby collins Carmen Runners 82 20:05 20:08 M35 Martin Jordan Convoy AC 272 20:10 20:12 M36 Michael Walsh Enniskillen RC 135 20:09 20:12 M37 wilson craig Lifford Strabane AC 266 20:13 20:13 M38 David McNulty Lifford Strabane AC 208 20:15 20:16 M39 Stephen Kelly Owen Roes GAA 130 20:13 20:18 M40 Gerard Campbell Lifford Strabane AC 3 20:20 20:21 M41 Dessie Gallen KCR 106 20:25 20:26 M42 Conn Tinney Owen Roes GAA 131 20:29 20:33 M43 paul lee Letterkenny AC 257 20:33 20:35 M44 morgan owens 69 20:34 20:35 F45 Kieran Coyle KCR 122 20:35 20:36 M46 Pat Brady 24/7 201 20:36 20:38 M47 Charlie Dooher Melvin WJR 109 20:33 20:41 M48 Geoff Sproule Lifford Strabane AC 42 20:40 20:42 M49 Michelle Hunter Finn Valley AC 123 20:44 20:47 F50 Stephen Burns 221 20:44 20:47 M51 conor moore 70 20:46 20:47 M52 Gillian Marley Milford AC 267 20:46 20:49 FCarrigans 3 Race Series 2017 5KOverall Finish ListJanuary 15, 2017Results By Lifford Strabane AC Chip Timing SystemsPlace Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender53 curly coyle Ramelton 243 20:47 20:50 M54 Shaun Wogan 222 20:49 20:54 M55 adam green 53 21:00 21:02 M56 Iggy Houston Melvin WJR 177 21:05 21:06 M57 Angus Hunter 168 21:05 21:06 M58 Gerard Crawford Lifford Strabane AC 220 21:07 21:07 M59 pauric mc ginley 84 21:06 21:08 M60 Eugene Langan Finn Valley AC 176 21:10 21:15 M61 sarah broderick 67 21:15 21:17 F62 Joe Deans Lifford Strabane AC 11 21:15 21:20 M63 Barry French Lifford Strabane AC 51 21:25 21:33 M64 Joe McNulty Lifford Strabane AC 178 21:34 21:36 M65 Linda Emery Aghyaran Athletic 124 21:33 21:36 F66 paul curran 44 21:37 21:37 M67 Adrian Marsh 104 21:34 21:38 M68 ita kelly Lifford Strabane AC 87 21:39 21:40 F69 john whorskey Milford AC 241 21:38 21:41 M70 Irene Clements 1Zero1 136 21:39 21:42 F71 kevi coyle Ramelton 242 21:39 21:42 M72 Dympna Houston Lifford Strabane AC 172 21:41 21:43 F73 Stephen McCrory Hillbillies 233 21:44 21:46 M74 Chris Cuskelly Lifford Strabane AC 8 21:48 21:48 M75 Paul McNamee Lifford Strabane AC 36 21:45 21:48 M76 Fintan Carlin Lifford Strabane AC 132 21:52 21:55 M77 Darren Toland 271 21:51 21:58 M78 damian downey Inishowen AC 81 21:53 22:00 M79 Amanda Monaghan 91 22:01 22:04 F80 mark connolly Finn Valley AC 261 22:03 22:06 M81 Padraig MagLoinsigh Lifford Strabane AC 24 22:04 22:08 M82 chris ashmore Run For Fun Letterkenny 152 22:05 22:08 M83 richard raymond Letterkenny AC 141 22:11 22:14 M84 Michael Logue 160 22:11 22:17 M85 Ciaran Logue Lifford Strabane AC 159 22:12 22:17 M86 Patsy McHugh 219 22:11 22:18 M87 mark donaghey Melvin WJR 89 22:18 22:21 M88 hugo doherty Lifford Strabane AC 155 22:16 22:23 M89 roy hunter Drumoghill Running Club 56 22:20 22:24 M90 jarlath mc nulty 71 22:19 22:26 M91 Paul Walter Run For Fun Letterkenny 162 22:27 22:27 M92 Eugene McAleer Mourne Derg Athletic 139 22:22 22:28 M93 Glenn Gallagher 118 22:25 22:29 M94 Mark Roulston 119 22:25 22:30 M95 Rachel Friel 92 22:28 22:31 F96 paul duddy Melvin WJR 250 22:31 22:39 M97 deirdre haigney Derry Track Club 65 22:38 22:39 F98 gerry dunbar Lifford Strabane AC 79 22:34 22:41 M99 Paul Houston Lifford Strabane AC 171 22:46 22:50 M100 Harry Doherty Run For Buns 231 22:50 22:51 M101 Maria McElroy Melvin WJR 101 22:48 22:52 F102 Stephen Kelly Lifford Strabane AC 20 22:49 22:57 M103 kevin blakely Melvin WJR 180 22:53 22:57 M104 Harvey Mullen Lifford Strabane AC 244 22:57 23:01 M105 Tiernan Kelly 111 23:01 23:01 M106 Carmel Hoynes Lifford Strabane AC 16 23:01 23:06 F107 Martin Kelly Lifford Strabane AC 18 22:51 23:08 M108 Paul Crawford Lifford Strabane AC 6 23:02 23:11 M109 Frank McGettigan 235 23:12 23:12 M110 declan mc aleer 75 23:10 23:16 MPlace Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender111 Linda Walsh Enniskillen RC 134 23:14 23:17 F112 fintan o hagan Castlefinn Running 185 23:13 23:18 M113 Liam Marley Milford AC 268 23:19 23:19 M114 Paul Griffin Lifford Strabane AC 138 23:17 23:21 M115 Terence Quinn Raphoe Road Runners 270 23:18 23:22 M116 sean gallagher 147 23:15 23:23 M117 liam cleary Lifford Strabane AC 74 23:20 23:26 M118 Eamon Toland SLCC 107 23:22 23:27 M119 Damian Monaghan Lifford Strabane AC 127 23:20 23:28 M120 Decky Duffy Melvin WJR 113 23:22 23:30 M121 Hugh Patton Lifford Strabane AC 40 23:23 23:31 M122 pius doherty Lifford Strabane AC 60 23:23 23:31 M123 Anthony Kelly 110 23:29 23:32 M124 liam daly Lifford Strabane AC 151 23:29 23:33 M125 Veronika McGillian Lifford Strabane AC 30 23:26 23:34 F126 Michael Friel SLCC 112 23:34 23:38 M127 alan mailey Convoy AC 190 23:29 23:39 M128 paul duddy 254 23:27 23:40 M129 paul woods 144 23:30 23:46 M130 Ursula Coyle Lifford Strabane AC 4 23:41 23:46 F131 Deborah Conroy Lifford Strabane AC 129 23:42 23:47 F132 tommy doherty Drumoghill Running Club 188 23:34 23:48 M133 Roisin Friel McGinley Lifford Strabane AC 14 23:47 23:53 F134 Dean Spencer Run For Fun Letterkenny 164 23:49 23:53 M135 Claire Keys Lifford Strabane AC 23 23:48 23:53 F136 Aidan McGrath Lifford Strabane AC 33 23:54 23:59 M137 elaine mc goldrick Castlefinn Running 251 23:55 24:00 F138 Sharon Carlin Lifford Strabane AC 133 23:59 24:04 F139 Andrea Porter Lifford Strabane AC 98 24:02 24:07 F140 Joe Gallen KCR 121 23:59 24:07 M141 Vincent Lafferty 236 24:08 24:13 M142 Brian Dillon 161 24:10 24:17 M143 eugene boyle Castlefinn Running 187 24:14 24:18 M144 martin mc ginley 156 24:15 24:22 M145 raymond mc govan 239 24:14 24:22 M146 eamonn mc connell Castlefinn Running 184 24:18 24:23 M147 gerard crawford 238 24:18 24:25 M148 Eddie Breslin Lifford Strabane AC 2 24:22 24:29 M149 Alan Redstone Clady 173 24:26 24:36 M150 Rhonda Green Lifford Strabane AC 15 24:29 24:38 F151 Evelyn McGeehin Finn Valley Fit for Life 174 24:34 24:40 F152 carl houston Castlefinn Running 186 24:36 24:40 M153 seamus mc ateer Lifford Strabane AC 73 24:35 24:43 M154 gary mc monagle Blast 143 24:36 24:49 M155 Dee Griffin Convoy AC 229 24:40 24:52 F156 John Corcoran Men On the Move 199 24:45 24:55 M157 seamus sharkey 58 24:42 24:55 M158 Chris McCay Melvin WJR 126 24:51 25:01 M159 Kieran Neeson KCR 108 24:55 25:03 M160 Jordan Roulston Convoy AC 170 24:49 25:03 M161 Gloria Donaghey Finn Valley AC 117 25:00 25:05 F162 Danny Burns Lifford Strabane AC 179 25:03 25:11 M163 Eileen Crawford Lifford Strabane AC 5 25:10 25:15 F164 Katelyn Stevenson Lifford Strabane AC 207 25:21 25:24 F165 annmarie roche Run For Fun Letterkenny 149 25:25 25:30 F166 Stephen Crawford Lifford Strabane AC 137 25:18 25:32 M167 mel mc kinney 183 25:28 25:39 M168 Gerry Ward 232 25:28 25:42 MPlace Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender169 Yvonne McGillian Lifford Strabane AC 31 25:39 25:48 F170 bridgeen doherty Run For Fun Letterkenny 192 25:44 25:49 F171 Catherine Quigley Lifford Strabane AC 41 25:43 25:52 F172 Mary Martin Finn Valley AC 175 25:50 25:57 F173 Sam Faulkner Run For Fun Letterkenny 204 25:51 25:59 M174 Clara Mullen Lifford Strabane AC 245 25:52 26:01 F175 Mary Mullen Lifford Strabane AC 39 25:53 26:02 F176 Mark McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 27 25:58 26:04 M177 Matthew Doran 115 25:59 26:08 M178 Amanda Heaney Melvin WJR 166 26:07 26:10 F179 Emma Bates Convoy AC 169 26:03 26:12 F180 Garbh Maguire Melvin WJR 95 26:04 26:14 M181 Lawrence Doherty Lifford Strabane AC 12 26:06 26:16 M182 Angela Doran 116 26:11 26:20 F183 Megan Quinn Raphoe Road Runners 269 26:16 26:20 F184 Steven Sheridan 218 26:03 26:20 M185 james gallagher Men On the Move 49 26:18 26:29 M186 David Meehan Lifford Strabane AC 38 26:19 26:29 M187 marie gibson Run For Fun Letterkenny 153 26:30 26:35 F188 Linda McDaid Inishowen AC 210 26:27 26:39 F189 danny doherty 193 26:28 26:42 M190 ryan henderson Lifford Strabane AC 146 26:37 26:43 M191 Janet Harper Mourne Derg Athletic 217 26:49 26:54 F192 Maria McElwaine Inishowen AC 213 26:42 26:55 F193 Alisha Cuskelly Lifford Strabane AC 7 26:56 26:58 F194 breda ohagan Run For Fun Letterkenny 150 26:47 27:00 F195 Paula Jansen Finn Valley AC 163 26:56 27:03 F196 Shaun O’Donnell Swanlings 234 26:49 27:06 M197 Clare Molloy 200 26:56 27:06 F198 lorraine mc grinder Lifford Strabane AC 198 27:02 27:11 F199 sarah mc laughlin Convoy AC 263 27:00 27:13 F200 Oliver gallagher Men On the Move 47 27:14 27:23 M201 Marcus alexander Men On the Move 48 27:22 27:33 M202 Jay Walsh Lifford Strabane AC 43 27:29 27:39 M203 Rosemary Parkinson Convoy AC 230 27:27 27:40 F204 Ellie McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 25 27:36 27:44 F205 Mickey McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 29 27:37 27:45 M206 Tanya Hall Convoy AC 50 27:34 27:46 F207 george boyce 252 27:31 27:47 M208 fidelma mullaney Run For Fun Letterkenny 191 27:38 27:51 F209 Stephen Kerlin Lifford Strabane AC 22 27:41 27:52 M210 kathleen craig Lifford Strabane AC 264 27:56 28:07 F211 Hazel Long Raphoe Road Runners 214 28:16 28:23 F212 Martin Rouse Lifford Strabane AC 128 28:29 28:33 M213 Angelo Gillen Men On the Move 274 28:21 28:35 M214 kiera green Lifford Strabane AC 52 28:34 28:37 F215 john craig Lifford Strabane AC 265 28:26 28:37 M216 Shauna Kelly Raphoe Road Runners 215 28:34 28:42 F217 adam donaghey Melvin WJR 90 28:43 28:45 M218 sarah hunter Drumoghill Running Club 54 28:33 28:47 F219 lorraine arbuckle Melvin WJR 194 28:44 28:56 F220 donna gallagher Run For Fun Letterkenny 154 28:46 28:59 F221 Michelle Donaghy Inishowen AC 212 28:48 29:00 F222 catherine malone Run For Fun Letterkenny 148 28:54 29:00 F223 Elaine Quinn Melvin WJR 93 28:56 29:08 F224 Orla McElwee Melvin WJR 97 28:59 29:11 F225 Mairead Maguire Melvin WJR 99 28:59 29:11 F226 Billy Doherty Owen Roes 249 29:06 29:21 MPlace Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender227 William Doherty Owen Roes 248 29:07 29:21 M228 decky smith Lifford Strabane AC 181 29:09 29:24 M229 kathy mc beth Lifford Strabane AC 195 29:22 29:33 F230 Laura Fowler Lifford Strabane AC Glenelly 237 29:24 29:34 F231 teresa kirk Lifford Strabane AC Glenelly 255 29:25 29:34 F232 Ann Strain Convoy AC 226 29:23 29:35 F233 Lisa Kerlin Lifford Strabane AC 21 29:31 29:44 F234 Orla McNulty Lifford Strabane AC 37 29:34 29:47 F235 Declan McCallion Lifford Strabane AC 120 30:05 30:13 M236 Mark Gavin 228 30:09 30:21 M237 Joe Gavin 227 30:11 30:22 M238 John Kerlin 205 30:18 30:23 M239 Kay Bonner Convoy AC 225 30:26 30:39 F240 brendan logue 145 30:46 31:02 M241 mary hegarty-brogan Run For Fun Letterkenny 189 30:57 31:10 F242 Gerard Sharkey Swanlings 125 31:16 31:27 M243 john mc brearty 68 32:04 32:17 M244 Eileen Maguire Melvin WJR 96 32:08 32:19 F245 eddie shields 140 32:37 32:52 M246 Marie downey Inishowen AC 80 32:54 33:07 F247 Martina Callaghan Inishowen AC 105 33:16 33:27 F248 debra clawson Drumoghill Running Club 55 33:20 33:35 F249 rosemary connolly Aghyaran Athletic 260 34:34 34:39 F250 Eve Anne McCarron Raphoe Road Runners 100 34:52 35:00 F251 Denise Langan Lifford Strabane AC 209 34:51 35:01 F252 Katrina McDaid 224 36:26 36:35 F253 Caroline Cunningham 211 37:29 37:40 F254 richie kelly Derry Track Club 196 37:29 37:41 M255 Mary Meehan 202 38:43 38:58 F256 Pauline O Kane Lifford Strabane AC Glenelly 253 39:08 39:17 F257 Edel Crossan 246 39:27 39:45 F258 Harry Crossan 247 39:30 39:48 M259 muireann mc bride Lifford Strabane AC 77 40:06 40:12 F260 catherine mc bride Lifford Strabane AC 78 40:08 40:15 F261 Neil Meehan 203 40:17 40:32 M262 megan mc glinchey Lifford Strabane AC Glenelly 256 41:15 41:25 F263 Debbie Deans Lifford Strabane AC 10 42:53 43:12 F264 Rhonda Porter Lifford Strabane AC 167 43:02 43:21 F265 bernadine madden KCR 259 43:49 44:02 F266 neil madden KCR 258 43:51 44:03 M267 Dermot Harper Mourne Derg Athletic 216 M268 Gerard Porter Melvin WJR 114 M269 Patrick Sweeney Lifford Strabane AC 300 M270 Neil Sweeney 301 M271 Maura Sweeney 302 FHundreds take part in Carrigans 5K – where did you come? was last modified: January 15th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:carrigans 5klifford strabane athletic clubroad race
Here’s round-up of the latest news, rumours and gossip from Friday’s newspapers and online… IN DEMAND LIVING THE DREAM targets Manchester United are still keen on bringing Toby Alderweireld to Old Trafford 3 targets Jose Mourinho remains committed to Manchester United, despite his frustration with Red Devils chief Ed Woodward and the lack of backing he received in the summer transfer window. (Manchester Evening News)Mourinho has reportedly told friends he would have quit any other club by now. (Daily Mirror)United will give Mourinho funds in the January window, with Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld one of their top targets. (The Sun)Meanwhile, Tottenham full-back Danny Rose is a target for Paris Saint-Germain, who want to sign the 28-year-old before the European transfer window closes on August 31. (Daily Mirror)It is claimed Tottenham failed with a £25million bid for Chelsea starlet Tammy Abraham in the final hours of the summer transfer window. (Goal) moving on LATEST REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Could Kylian Mbappe join Real Madrid before the transfer window shuts? Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ RANKED The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Aston Villa are now looking to sign the 20-year-old striker on loan. (Birmingham Mail)Former Liverpool striker Iago Aspas is wanted by Real Madrid. The 31-year-old, who flopped at Anfield but has hit 67 goals in three years back with Celta Vigo, could cost the Spanish giants £35million. (Super Deporte)Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has had his two-year loan move to Besiktas delayed by national public holidays in Turkey. (Liverpool Echo)Lyon head coach Bruno Genesio says Nabil Fekir has found it hard to come to terms with his summer move to Anfield falling through. (Liverpool Echo)Arsenal legend Thierry Henry is hopeful he will be named Bordeaux manager after holding talks with the Ligue 1 club. (The Guardian)Everton boss Marco Silva has said Ademola Lookman is “the present and the future of the club”, in an attempt to put RB Leipzig off the scent of the 20-year-old. (The Independent) 3 Latest talkSPORT.com headlines and exclusives:Sam Allardyce has hit back at Gary Neville after the Manchester United legend dismissed his comments about the tactics of new Arsenal manager Unai EmeryManchester United don’t have any players who would get into Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool team, according to Dean SaundersTony Cascarino has thanked talkSPORT listeners and the wider world of football for their ‘amazing support’ as he spoke to the station for the first time since undergoing major brain surgeryRuben Loftus-Cheek will look for another loan move away from Chelsea unless he is promised regular starts this seasonLeeds United reportedly rejected an offer of £10million for Pontus Jansson from Russian club Krasnodar earlier this monthJames Collins could be set to make a surprise return to West Ham, just three months after he was controversially released by the club, according to reportsRangers want to sign Nottingham Forest defender Joe Worrall, according to report Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father Transfer gossip on talkSPORT.com Real Madrid believe they have a very real chance of signing PSG and France forward Kylian Mbappe, 19, as they work on a marquee signing to replace Cristiano Ronaldo. (Marca)Real chiefs have admitted it is “almost impossible” to sign one of the Premier League’s top strikers in this window, and are now turning their attention to Valencia’s Spanish forward Rodrigo instead. (The Independent)PSG are preparing a £81million move for Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic. (Sport)Real Betis have made an official approach to sign Manchester City starlet Oleksandr Zinchenko on a season-long loan deal, with a view to a permanent transfer. (Mundo Deportivo)City appear to have been beaten by rivals Manchester United to the signing of Polish teenager Lukasz Bejger, 16, from Lech Poznan. (Manchester Evening News) 3
Jim McGuinness has revealed his thoughts on his current squad, the league and the All-Ireland championship to Charlie Collins.With many thanks to our friends at Wallace Media for the video.SIMPLY CLICK TO PLAY.DDTV – JIM McGUINNESS REVEALS HIS PLANS FOR 2014 TO TALKING SPORT’S CHARLIE COLLINS was last modified: February 20th, 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:Charlie CollinsdonegalJim McGuinnessTalking Sport
It’s anybody’s guess as to what will be going through the minds of Charter Oak High School quarterback Andrew Carreon and Los Altos’ Matt Castaneda around 7 p.m. on Friday night. The two underclassmen will be making their respective first starts in one of the area’s biggest rivalries when the Chargers visit the Conquerors on Friday. Neither coach expects to see anything different from the other on Friday night. Given each staff’s long history against each other, it would probably be futile to try anything new. “Nobody is going to fool anybody here,” Gano said. “We’re going to do the same thing against Charter Oak that we have for the last 11 times we’ve played them. We’re going to go out and try and do what we do best.” Farrar echoed Gano’s sentiments. “We like this game very much because they’re always looking for a wrinkle and so are we,” he said. “They’re a great coaching staff and some of the best compliments I have had in my career have come in this game and it came from their fans.” – Bishop Amat is the top team in the state according to the power rankings at Calpreps.com. The Lancers (4-1) are in the top spot with a rating of 49.2 points. Strength of schedule plays a key role in the ratings, and Amat’s strength of schedule grades out to be the highest in the state. The combined record of Amat’s opponents this season is 18-7. The Lancers’ key wins have come against Damien (ranked No. 19) and Glendora. Mission Viejo is No. 7, despite being 5-0 and owning a win over Concord De La Salle, which isn’t ranked. — Aram Tolegian can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2233, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Carreon, a sophomore, is in his first varsity season. He’s had five tune-ups so far and has shown steady improvement. “We’re always concerned about him, it’s not just this game,” Charter Oak coach Lou Farrar said. “It’s the first time he’s going to see their kind of defense and their alignments. Every week for him is another practicum, except that he goes from quarter to quarter.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Castaneda, a junior, transferred to Los Altos from Bishop Amat last year. Like Carreon, he’s in his first varsity season, but hasn’t looked green at all. “He knows it’s a big game, but so far they’ve all been big for him,” Los Altos coach Greg Gano said. “He’s just kind of a quiet kid, who comes out and plays. I couldn’t tell you if he’s going to be any different because it’s Charter Oak.” Carreon looked like a seasoned veteran last week, leading the Chargers back from a 7-0 halftime deficit against Claremont in a 21-7 win. He threw for all three of Charter Oak’s touchdowns in the second half. “He did come of age in that game,” Farrar said. “In the first half, they came at him with everything and beat him up physically. We talked to him at halftime with a bunch of ice bags on him and said ‘You took there best shot, what do you think?’ “I think that talk really helped him. Last week was good for him, and he’s had a great couple of days.”
The new GT-R was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show in March this year and is all set to hit Indian shores before the end of 2016. The 2017 GT-R, Nissan’s flagship sports car model, has received the most significant changes since it was introduced in 2007. With new levels of refinement and excitement, GT-R will delight Indian performance car enthusiasts with its dynamic new exterior styling, lavishly appointed interior, driving performance enhancements and key new features.Interested customers can pre-order their 2017 Nissan GT-R by paying a deposit of INR 25 lakh (2.5 million INR). For more information, customers can reach out to the Nissan GT-R helpdesk at 1-800-209-3456. They can also visit www.nissan.in for details or write to email@example.com.Guillaume Sicard, President, Nissan India Operations, said, “The 2017 GT-R will bring more excitement to the Nissan range in India. GT-R represents the pinnacle of Nissan’s driving performance and this latest model has become even more powerful and luxurious. We are proud to offer this legendary sports car to Indian performance car enthusiasts.” The GT-R is powered by Nissan’s state of the art 3.8-litre V6 24-valve twin-turbocharged engine that produces 570PS at 6800 rpm and 637Nm of torque. Handcrafted by master craftsmen in Japan known as “Takumi”, GT-R engines are mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch transmission. This combination propels the car from 0-100kmph in less than 3 seconds.New for the 2017 GT-R are fresh colors inside and out that complement the car’s sophisticated character. In India, the GT-R will be offered in the European spec Premium Edition and will be available in Katsura Orange (new for 2017), Vibrant Red, Pearl Black, Storm White, Daytona Blue, Gun Metallic and Ultimate Silver with matching leather trim inside.advertisement
New signing Jese made a dream debut for Stoke City, scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory over Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.The livewire Spaniard, signed on loan from Paris St Germain in midweek, started and finished the decisive move 90 seconds after halftime, slotting home expertly after a sharp link up with substitute Saido Berahino.In an entertaining game, the former Real Madrid man’s goal prompted Arsenal to throw everything at the home defence in a bid to claw their way back but Jack Butland proved a rock in Stoke’s tremendous rearguard action.Arsenal were denied an equaliser when Alexandre Lacazette’s strike was ruled fractionally offside but the defeat ensured the Gunners’ miserable sequence of being unable to win their first two matches of a season stretched to eight years.Jese, who had looked threatening even before his goal, was hailed by his manager Mark Hughes.”Everyone knew what an acquisition Jese is. He’s a game-changer. You have to say he put a shift in too,” Hughes told the BBC.”When you think about it, he only had two or three training sessions. If that’s what’s to come then we’ll be delighted. He’s an elite player and can carry the fight for you.”For Wenger, though, it was a deflating evening following the optimism of the Gunners’ 4-3 win over Leicester City on the opening night of the season.”I believe some teams will get something here, that is why if you want to play at the top you have to consider it three points dropped,” he told BT Sport.advertisement”It was a very frustrating evening. I feel we had plenty of chances to score and didn’t. We know in this kind of game it’s important not to make a mistake but straight after halftime we were too sluggish on defending and we paid for it.”He also felt new signing Lacazette had been denied his second goal for the club.”I think we scored a goal that is not offside. It’s a very easy decision. When the ball is kicked, Lacazette is not offside,” said Wenger.
Hashim Amla struck an unbeaten half-century as South Africa brushed aside some early alarms to record a six-wicket victory over Pakistan on day three of the first Test at Centurion Park on Friday.Chasing a modest 149 to win in testing batting conditions, Amla took his side home shortly before tea on 63 not out to rediscover his form with just a second half-century in his last 14 innings.He put on 119 for the second wicket with the gritty opener Dean Elgar (50) to lay the platform for the win, though both survived early scares as Pakistan’s seamers created immense pressure on a wicket that showed both sideways movement and variable bounce.The second Test begins in Cape Town on January 3 with the series to conclude in Johannesburg on January 11.Starting their second innings chase under gloomy skies after overnight rain, South Africa opener Aiden Markram was trapped leg before wicket by Hasan Ali (1-39) for a duck before the home side had a run on the board.Pakistan bowled with skill and accuracy and beat the bat on numerous occasions before Amla was dropped on eight at third slip by Fakhar Zaman.Pakistan’s irritation grew when moments later they thought they had Elgar caught at first slip when he was on four.Seamer Shaheen Afridi (1-53) induced the edge that looked to have been gobbled up by Azhar Ali. Elgar began walking towards the dressing room, but was called back when the on-field umpires conferred over whether the catch had been taken.It was sent to third umpire Wilson with a soft signal of ‘out’, which called for conclusive evidence for the decision to be overturned.advertisementWith only the two-dimensional images available, the West Indian decided there was enough doubt to change the decision.It was a potentially a game-changing moment in the innings with South Africa on 16-1 at the time.Elgar and Amla capitalised on that good fortune and both would go on to make half-centuries.Elgar (50) then handed a first test wicket to Pakistan part-timer Shan Masood when he had a swipe at a loose delivery and was caught by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed.Theunis de Bruyn (10) was stumped off Yasir Shah (1-20) trying to finish the game with quick runs and home captain Faf du Plessis recorded a pair of ducks in the match when he attempted a hook off Afridi and was caught at fine leg.Also Read | Boxing Day Test: Australia dare to dream after Pat Cummins rattles India’s top-orderAlso Read | Indian players and fans racially taunted at MCG, sections of crowd warned