Pellegrini shines as Roma beats CSKA 3-1 in Champions League

first_imgGov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew After beating Madrid at home last month, CSKA’s young team showed a similar tenacious spirit to level the game at 1-1 in the 51st, the 20-year-old Ilzat Akhmetov sending a pass through the Roma defense for 19-year-old Arnor Sigurdsson to hold off two defenders and score with a calm finish.However, the game changed when CSKA lost its other Icelander, defender Hordur Magnusson, to a second yellow card and Pellegrini pounced for his first Champions League goal.Three minutes after the sending-off, Pellegrini took advantage of the disarray in CSKA’s defense to beat the offside trap, latching onto Bryan Cristante’s pass before shooting past goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.“We needed to see the game out when we were in a winning position,” di Francesco said. “I’m not happy that the players relaxed a bit and I always demand they give 100 percent concentration.”Dzeko came into the game as the Champions League’s top scorer with five goals but his finishing against CSKA was wayward. At one point he dodged two CSKA defenders with excellent footwork only to send the ball straight at goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.ADVERTISEMENT Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini, center, celebrates with his teammates after scoring his side’s second goal during a Group G Champions League soccer match between CSKA Moscow and Roma at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)MOSCOW, Russia—With Edin Dzeko having an off night, Lorenzo Pellegrini stepped up for Roma in the Champions League.The Italy midfielder scored one goal and set up another as Roma beat 10-man CSKA Moscow 2-1 on Wednesday to close in on a spot in the next round.ADVERTISEMENT Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Since losing its opening group game 3-0 to Real Madrid, Roma has won three in a row and only needs one more victory to put qualification for the knockout stage beyond doubt. Madrid beat Plzen 5-0 in Group G’s other game Wednesday to sit tied with Roma on nine points.Despite the win, Roma coach Eusebio di Francesco said his team’s performance wasn’t good enough.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“After all, we reached the semifinals last year. We need to get our wins with more confidence and that’s how I want to improve the team,” he said through a translator.The Italian team started fast with Kostas Manolas heading in the fourth-minute opener from Pellegrini’s curling corner. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil LATEST STORIES CSKA is third in the group with four points from four games and has won just one of its last seven games since beating Madrid. CSKA hasn’t gone past the group stage since 2011-12.“We played a bit adventurously in defense at times, you could say,” said CSKA coach Viktor Goncharenko, but paid tribute to his young team’s courage as the underdog. CSKA suffered a blow when right-back Mario Fernandes was forced off in the 12th minute after taking a blow to the head during a tackle.“According to the information we have it could be a concussion along with a broken cheekbone and nose, all together,” Goncharenko said. If confirmed, it would be the third time the Brazilian-born Russia player has broken his nose since 2015, and last year a serious break forced him to miss the Confederations Cup.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college MOST READ Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Lyon held to draw by 10-man Hoffenheim in Champions League View commentslast_img read more

Report on Veterans’ CoI handed over to Govt

first_img…as 100th Remembrance Day observedAs Guyana joined the rest of the world in remembering the brave men and women who fought in World Wars 1 and 2, Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, announced that the findings of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) launched into the wellbeing of veterans have been handed over to cabinet for perusal.The inquiry to examine the conditions and circumstances facing veterans of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), the Guyana People’s Militia and the Guyana National Service was spearheaded by Colonel Desmond Roberts, who in his report made several recommendations.According to Harmon, the recommendations made are currently receiving Government’s fullest attention, and the administration is shortly expected to make known its position in this regard.Additionally, Government is seeking to set up a National Veterans Trust that is expected to be used only for the welfare of veterans in Guyana.Harmon assured that the said Trust would be protected by law and would not be subject to any change.“A National Veterans Trust is also our intention to set up; that would be protected by law to ensure that it is not subjected to the whims and fancies of anyone… Our words will continue to match our deeds on the issue of the welfare of veterans,” Harmon has assured.Reflecting on the origin of Remembrance Day, Harmon noted that the day should be used by Guyanese and the world to reaffirm commitment to a conflict-free world.“Since 1919, November 11 (has been) put aside to remember those who perished, and to recognise those who survived the war, described as one of the deadliest conflicts in human history… The red poppy is worn as a symbol to recognise the significance of our soldiers…“Remembrance Day should be a moment of reflection on the ravages of wars, along with the facility of human resources and (their) economic consequences…It is also a day when we reaffirm our commitment to a world free of conflict, a world where differences are settled peacefully and without resorting to threats, or the use of force,” the Minister stated.Harmon further applauded the Guyana Veterans Legion for their continued contribution towards the welfare or Guyana’s veterans, and request that they be resolute in ensuring that the welfare of veterans receive best or maximum attention.President of the Guyana Veteran’s Legion, Colonel George Gomes, thanked President David Granger for opening the Commission of Inquiry, and noted that the Legion patiently awaits the recommendations being put into action.In his brief remarks, he paid homage to the veterans, one of whom will beMembers of the Diplomatic Community at the Remembrance Day observance on Sundaycelebrating his 100th birthday next week.According to Gomes, the Legion pledges its continued dedication to being the united front for veterans in Guyana.“Our remembrance theme reads, ‘Lest we forget’. We have to ensure that these observances are never watered down; they are the most integral parts of our history, and must be maintained to prosperity,” Gomes said.Also delivering remarks on the auspicious day were British High Commissioner Greg Quinn and Canadian High Commissioner Lilian Chatterjee, who also both remembered those who have fallen.The Remembrance Day ceremony in Guyana began with a military parade, followed by the Presidential Salute, the Last Post, and the observance of two minutes of silence to acknowledge those fallen military officers of World Wars I and II.At the end of World War II, in 1945, Armistice Day was renamed Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday, and is observed on the first or second Sunday of November. The poppies worn by persons are part of the Poppy Appeal, launched annually to ensure that those who made the sacrifice in the two Great Wars (1914-1918) and (1939-1945) are remembered.In Guyana, Remembrance Day is observed on the Sunday closest to November 11. The day is marked by parades in Georgetown, New Amsterdam, Vreed-en-Hoop, Linden, Anna Regina, Bartica, Lethem and other towns around the country. The commemoration date, November 11 marks, the signing of the Armistice at the end of World War 1.last_img read more

LGBTQ activist attacked, beaten at Bourda Market

first_img– 2 attackers identifiedPopular Gay rights activist and Managing Director of the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD), Joel Earl Simpson, was rushed to the hospital in the wee hours of Sunday after he was reportedly attacked and beaten by six men at Bourda Market.Joel SimpsonAccording to reports, Simpson visited the market after a night out at a popular night club located on Main Street, Georgetown to purchase snacks.However, while there, he was swarmed by the six men, whom he had an earlier encounter with at the night club.While ignoring the men and continuing to make his order, Simpson was reportedly pushed to the ground and badly beaten.A City Constable attempted to intervene but also became a victim after the men attacked him as well.Nevertheless, Simpson was saved when vendors of the market went to his assistance and rushed him to safety inside one of the stalls. The activist was later rushed to the hospital, where he was treated for injuries to about his body.In a Facebook post, Simpson detailed what transpired. He explained that the men began the homophobic attack at the night club where he was with a group of friends following a day of activities.He explained that while partying, at around midnight, a group of men entered the night club and positioned themselves behind him and his friends.Simpson recounted that sometime after, he felt a watery substance later identified as beer being thrown at him and his friends.“I thought it must have been a drunken spill so I ignored it, but we then felt a second douse of beer on us. At this point, we realised this was very deliberate” he related.As such, a complaint was made to a Supervisor of the popular night spot but Simpson said he was left stunned when the man (supervisor) stated “we don’t want man wining pun man here”.Following this, the activist recounted that his angered friends began verbally abusing the group of men, but he intervened and stopped them.Simpson added that he and his friends proceeded to leave the business establishment and it was at this time, while enroute to Bourda Market, he made a Facebook post highlighting the ordeal he faced.However, the activist posited that shortly after arriving at Bourda, he was surprised when the group of men from the club turned up and proceeded to attack him. At the time, he was alone.The activist is calling for justice and also calling for a public apology from the night club which he named in his Facebook post.Meanwhile a report was lodged at the Alberttown Police Station. When contacted ‘A’ Division (Georgetown) Commander Marlon Chapman told the Guyana Times that no arrests were made.However, this newspaper understands that one of the attackers has been identified as Maverick De Abreu. He is said to be the leader of the group which attacked Simpson.De Abreu is currently on trial over the April 2017 beating of popular Trinidadian Soca artiste, Rodney “Benjai” La Blanc, outside the said night. He was also charged for discharging a loaded firearm at his pregnant girl-friend and her sister in May of that year.Additionally, another one of the men who attacked Simpson was identified as “Jahmol” (only name given),last_img read more

Peace Region crime the focus of Global BC Crime Stoppers segment

first_imgErnest Meyn was conducting a check on his vehicle when he was struck by an unknown tractor trailer that left at the scene.The circumstances of the event were forwarded to Global B.C. by local RMCP Detachment and Fort St. John Peace Region Traffic Services, who agreed to create a Crime Stoppers segment.Initial airing of the segment, submitted by Northeast B.C. Crime Stoppers will air Saturday June 21, and will repeat on the Monday, Wednesday and Friday after.- Advertisement -The hope is area residents will view this Crime Stoppers segment and ultimately this outstanding crime can be solved, and future outstanding local area crimes will be forwarded for this type of exposure in the future.“Northeast BC Crime Stoppers thanks the public for their support and the information you can provide that assists the police to bring criminals to justice,” President of Northeast B.C. Crime Stoppers, Rick Ekkel said.  “We ask you to remember that by calling Crime Stoppers, you remain anonymous, criminals don’t!”last_img read more

Federer serves up another bold win

first_imgAnd then Federer did the sort of remarkable thing that only Federer does: He won the next 35 points he served. That allowed him to take control of the third set and the match, coming back to win, 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, 6-4, in the fourth round at Flushing Meadows. Asked about that 35-point run, Lopez rolled his eyes and said, “I mean, it’s tough. I’m playing against Roger Federer.” His voice then trailed off, as if that should be explanation enough. Federer’s response when told of the stat: “That’s awesome.” Next up for the top-ranked Federer, bidding to become the first man to win four consecutive U.S. Open titles since the 1920s: a quarterfinal against No. 5 Andy Roddick, the 2003 champion and the runner-up last year. Federer is 13-1 against Roddick. “It’s a great record, but it doesn’t help me,” Federer said. “We’ll see how it goes. Andy’s always tough at the U.S. Open.” With No. 6 James Blake losing to No. 10 Tommy Haas in five sets earlier Monday, Roddick is the only American man left – making this the first U.S. Open since 1998 without at least two in the quarterfinals. Several hours before Federer took to the court in his all-black night ensemble, Roddick was leading, 7-6 (6), 2-0, when his fourth-round opponent, No. 9 Tomas Berdych, stopped playing because he had trouble breathing. So two of Roddick’s four foes have quit on him. And both of Roddick’s matches that were completed, against men ranked 475th and 68th, were over in three sets. Now things get a lot more daunting. “You feel the extra weight of most big matches. That’s just the way it is. But I’m excited. I expect a lot of myself,” Roddick said. “I don’t think anybody else really expects much from me.” Certainly, no one expected all that much from Lopez, who went into Monday with an 0-4 mark against Federer and only one Grand Slam quarterfinal appearance on his resume. Federer, meanwhile, not only has won 11 Grand Slam titles – he has reached a record 14 consecutive major semifinals and nine straight major finals. And that latter stat might have been nine straight major titles but for No. 2 Rafael Nadal, the left-hander from Spain who beat Federer in the last two French Open championship matches. Doing a pretty fair impersonation of his better-known countryman, Lopez was spectacular at the start. He hit well-angled serves that caught Federer flat-footed and volleyed brilliantly, including one right to a corner to earn a quick break and a 3-1 lead. Lopez blew a set point by missing a backhand on a 25-stroke exchange, but then used a 118 mph service winner to take the opening set. Lopez was right with Federer in the second set, too, getting to 4-all with another nice volley winner. “You do start to wonder,” Federer acknowledged. But while serving in the 10th game, Lopez faltered ever so slightly, and when he dumped an over-the-shoulder volley try in the net, Federer broke to even things. “He was playing fantastic for the first two sets,” Federer said. “I really had to struggle.” And then Lopez won the first three points of the third set on Federer’s serve, setting up three break points. Lopez put a forehand in the net on the first. Federer delivered an ace on the second. Lopez hit a forehand that clipped the net and fell back on his side on the third. And that was it: Federer then smacked an ace, followed by a forehand winner, and was off and running on that streak of service points, which ended in the match’s final game. How good was Federer? He finished with all of 12 unforced errors in a 199-point match. Like Lopez, Blake certainly had his chances against Haas. Seven times, Blake was two points away from victory. Three times, he was a single point away. Blake failed to convert all three of those match points, then played about as poorly as he did all day in the final-set tiebreaker and lost to Haas, 4-6, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0, 7-6 (4). “I was a little indecisive at the end there,” said Blake, who was 0-9 in five-setters until finally winning one in the second round last week. “Did come down to one or two points there. It’s frustrating I didn’t win them this time.” The match ended oddly, with a raucous, pro-Blake crowd hushed during instant-replay challenges on each of the final two points. While waiting for the final replay – which showed that Haas’ 113 mph ace was, indeed, in – the players smiled sheepishly at each other and approached the net for a handshake they knew was coming. “I’m not going to celebrate like crazy right in front of him,” said Haas, who will play No. 4 Nikolay Davydenko in the quarterfinals. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! TENNIS: The Swiss star will face Roddick in quarterfinals. Haas ousts Blake in five sets. By Howard Fendrich THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK – Roger Federer was scuffling against a Spanish lefty – no, not that one – at the U.S. Open on Monday night. He lost the first set to Feliciano Lopez, barely won the second, then trailed, love-40, to start the third. last_img read more

California a top destination for human traffickers, report finds

first_imgSACRAMENTO — California is a top destination for human traffickers who coerce people into the sex trade or hard labor through force or fraud, according to an 18-month government study released Tuesday. The report by a 19-member task force of the California Alliance to Combat Trafficking and Slavery says California is particularly vulnerable to human trafficking because of its international border, ports and airports; its booming immigrant population; and a large economy that includes industries that attract forced labor. The problem goes far beyond the sex trade, with migrant farm and construction workers, household employees, and workers in motels, restaurants and clothing factories frequently vulnerable to abuse, task force members said. The report, required by a 2005 state law, cites research by the University of California, Berkeley, Human Rights Center. Over a five-year period, from 1998-2003, university researchers found 57 forced labor operations in nearly a dozen California cities involving more than 500 people from 18 countries. Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose were centers for the problem. “She told me I had no identity: ‘If I kill you, no one will answer for you,’” Esperanza said at a news conference at the state Capitol. Esperanza now helps train law enforcement officers to spot human trafficking victims, who are often frightened, penniless, unskilled, don’t speak English and lack even basic knowledge of how to dial a telephone or board a bus to seek help. It’s the sort of training task force members said should be provided for firefighters, building inspectors, ambulance workers and others who might be in a position to spot the signs of human trafficking. The state should also increase penalties for traffickers and provide housing and protection for victims, the report says. Task force members are backing pending legislation that would allow a maximum prison term of six years, up from five now, for engaging in human trafficking and make it easier to prosecute child labor cases and trafficking rings that cross county lines. Until recently, traffickers could be prosecuted only for related crimes like kidnapping, pandering or pimping, said San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris, a task force member. Trafficking was made a specific stand-alone federal crime only in 2000, and was criminalized in California in 2005. That is one reason researchers have mainly anecdotal evidence that the crime is widespread, said task force chairwoman Nancy Matson, who directs the state attorney general’s Crime and Violence Prevention Center. Only about 600 cases are documented in California a year, Matson said. The U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division estimates that, nationwide, between 14,500 and 17,500 people each year are brought into the United States by traffickers to work in the sex trade or other jobs. Harris said that doesn’t include American citizens who are transported across state lines, from, say, Kansas to Los Angeles or Las Vegas. “These predators are making money off of these victims by keeping them in unconscionable situations in terms of the workplace, in terms of safety, in terms of threats and fear and manipulation,” Harris said.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 MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat Kings Researchers say 80 percent of the victims are female, and half are children. The federal government says human trafficking is second only to the drug trade as an international criminal industry. “We don’t have chains, but the traffickers use coercion and fear” to keep people from fleeing, said a 35-year-old woman who said she was lured from Puebla, Mexico, to a Los Angeles sweat shop in 2002. The woman goes by the name Esperanza, a pseudonym that means “Hope” in Spanish, because she said the sweat shop owner continues to stalk her. She said she spent 40 days working and sleeping in the clothing factory before escaping by telling her overseer she wanted to attend Catholic Mass. She said the sweat shop owner threatened to harm her mother and the three children she left behind in Mexico, and warned that she would be jailed as an illegal immigrant if she went to authorities.last_img read more

CREAM OF DONEGAL MUSIC TO RING IN THE NEW YEAR

first_imgThe cream of original Donegal music will be ringing in the New Year in Voodoo’s Green Room in Letterkenny tomorrow night.The Heads of StateThe night is being billed as ‘To the waters and the wild’ and all proceeds are going towards The Swell Festival.The main headliners will be Our Native State, formerly known as The Heads Of State, who have appeared at festivals throughout Ireland. There will be a special guest appearance by In Their Thousands, who delighted audiences at a sold out gig in An Grianan Theatre on Saturday last. They headliners will be joined by Gabriel Paschal Blake who is hotly tipped to make a big breakthrough in the Irish Music scene in 2015. He has already appeared on Other Voices.Other acts appearing are The Pox Men, described by Duke Special as his favourite act at the Swell Festival and a DJ set by one of Donegal’s favourite DJs, DJ Dano.The organiser of the event is John Muldowney who is also the brainchild behind the Swell.“The Swell was one of the best events of the year in Donegal, and we were so delighted to be able to bring the festival to Arranmore island. The people of the island really got behind it, and there is a real drive happening to organise the festival again next year. “Tomorrow night’s event will see all proceeds going towards next year’s festival which we hope will provide some much needed tourism to the island and for the County as a whole.”He continued, “This event promises the best night’s entertainment that Donegal’s original artists can offer. The fantastic Our Native State will be bringing us up to midnight and we are delighted to announce that In Their Thousands are making a special guest appearance. In addition, the first 50 people through the door will receive a complimentary bottle of Kinnegar and there will be a draw for two weekend camping tickets to the Swell Festival.Tickets are available from the front bar in Voodoo or atwww.swellfestival.comand are priced at €20.CREAM OF DONEGAL MUSIC TO RING IN THE NEW YEAR was last modified: December 30th, 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)last_img read more

MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT OVER ST PATRICK’S NIGHT ATTACK

first_imgThe scene of the attack in FalcarraghA MAN has been charged tonight with assault following an attack in Falcarragh on St Patrick’s night.The man will appear at Letterkenny court on Wednesday morning. He was charged by Gardai in Glenties investigating an attack on Patrick McLaughlin, the 47-year-old assaulted outside Flynn’s Bar in Falcarragh at around 12.30am on Monday.Mr McLaughlin remains in a critical condition in the Beaumont Hospital in Dublin where he is in a coma.Members of his family are at his bedside.The man charged with assault will appear at Falcarragh District Court sitting in Letterkenny at 10.30am tomorrow.A second man arrested by Gardai investigating the attack is still being questioned at Milford garda station.MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT OVER ST PATRICK’S NIGHT ATTACK was last modified: March 19th, 2013 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:MAN CHARGED WITH ASSAULT OVER ST PATRICK’S NIGHT ATTACKlast_img read more

BREAKING NEWS: SAM MAGUIRE ARRIVES IN GLASGOW FOR WORLD TOUR OF SCOTLAND

first_imgCiaran Friel welcomes Sam to Glasgow this eveningBreaking News: THE Sam Maguire has arrived on Scottish soil.Sam is pictured beig welcomed to Glasgow today by Ciaran Friel from Tir Chonaill Harps GAA club.Sam is accompanied by county chairman Sean Dunnion and 1992 hero Manus Boyle and his wife Anne. They are attending the St Patrick’s festival dinner dance in the Marriott Hotel tonight and on to Tir Conaill harps fun day tomorrow (Sunday) at John Paul II secondary school on dunagoil rd. g45.Then a tour of duty to some Donegal people and pubs before it goes to the Glasgow schools on Monday. And back to Donegal. BREAKING NEWS: SAM MAGUIRE ARRIVES IN GLASGOW FOR WORLD TOUR OF SCOTLAND was last modified: March 9th, 2013 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:BREAKING NEWS: SAM MAGUIRE ARRIVES IN GLASGOW FOR WORLD TOUR OF SCOTLANDlast_img read more

PICTURES AND RESULTS FROM THE FINN VALLEY AREA PRIMARY SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS

first_imgANOTHER well-organised and fun athletics championships were held at the Finn Valley Centre in Stranorlar today.Below are all the results from the event. Finn Valley Area Primary Schools 2013 Day 1 ResultsLong Jump 2001 GirlsAine Kerr                           ConvoyRoisin Brennan          LiffordJodie Carlin               LiffordKeryn Doherty           DooishLong Jump 2001 Boys Pauric Harrold           DooishAlen McGeehan          DooishEoin McCardle           DooishMatthew Sproule        St Columba’s, CladyLong Jump Girls 2002Kate Carlin                LiffordKate McGonagle                  SessiaghoneillYvonne Boyle            DooishCatherine Elliot          DooishLong Jump Boys 2002Adam Green              CarrigansAidan Martin              ConvoyTravis Duncan           Ray N.S.Michael Harris            ConvoyLong Jump Girls 2003Aine Marie McBride    CoxstownNiamh McClelland      ConvoyAllana Herron            DooishRoma Rutledge          DooishLong Jump Boys 2003Lennon Lafferty                  MurlogBen Connolly             LiffordReg No. 87Long Jump Girls 2004Caoimhe Thompson   DooishKiera Greene             CarrigansParis Lafferty             CladyNatalie Dolan             AghyaranPatricia Carlin            CladyLong Jump Boys 2004Michael McGonagle     SessiaghoneillCormac O’Donnell      DooishReg No. 303Cormac Maguire                 DooishHigh Jump Girls 2001 Caoimhe Gallen                  DooishMegan Moss              DooishCatherine Gallagher   DooishHigh Jump Boys 2001Alex Mc Geehan                  DooishPauric Harold             DooishSean O’Donnell          DooishHigh Jump Girls 2004Niamh Lamont           St Columba’s, CladyCaoimhe Thompson   DooishAbbey Logue             St Columba’s, CladyGrace McNamara       St Cairrealls High Jump Boys 2004Cormac O’Donnell      DooishOliver Doherty           St CairreallsHigh Jump Girls 2003 Tara Langan              CladyAine Arnold               DooishBronagh MarleyHigh Jump Boys 2003Eoin BradleyLennon Lafferty                  MurlogAndrew CrawfordHigh Jump Girls 2002Maria McGonagle       CladyCaitlin McGonagle      SessiaghoneillCatherine Elliot          DooishHigh Jump Boys2002Ciaran Thompson      DooishConor Byrne             CladyRyan Stewart            LiffordTurbo Javelin Boys 2001Corey Harkin             St Eunan’s, RaphoeMatthew Hamilton      Ray N.S., ManorAaron Hepburn          St Eunan’s, RaphoeTurbo Javelin Girls 2002Olivia Cuskelly          CarrigansCaitlin McGonagle      SessiaghoneillFaith Harkin               DooishLeah Brady               Ray N.S.Turbo Javelin Boys 2002Ryan Stewart            LiffordCody Laverty            SessiaghoneillDavid Arthur             LiffordTurbo Javelin Girls 2004Jessica Duffy             St Eunan’s, RaphoeElanor Duffy              St Eunan’s, RaphoeRoisin Brennan          LiffordShot Putt Boys 2000/2001Joey Morris               St Bridgids, ConvoyDarren Marley           DooishBen Curran               DooishPauric Harold             Dooish Shot Putt Girls 2000/2001Milaoisá Armstrong    DooishMaria McNamee                  St Bridgids, ConvoyMegan Moss              DooishAdriana Whyte           St Bridgids, ConvoyShot Putt Boys 2002Cody Laverty            SessiaghoneillDarren O’Connaghan ConvoyJoey McBrearty          DooishAidan Martin              ConvoyShot Putt Girls 2002Caitlin Owens            CladyValisa O’Donnell                 ConvoyCaitlin Devine            CladyFaith Harkin               DooishWheelchair RaceErin Harold                         DooishFinals Girls 2006 60mMichaela McBrearty    DooishRocha McCullagh       RaphoeJessica McNamee       ConvoyShauna McGlinchey    CarrigansFinals Boys 2006 60mLiam Carlin               LiffordMartin Mbuli               DooishMark McGlynn            RaphoeCormac Martin           ConvoyFinals Girls 2005 60mAlisha Cuskelly          CarrigansChania McMonagle     RaphoeChloe Kelly               CladySara Gavigan            DooishFinals Boys 2005 60mCiaran Crawford                 MurlogConor McMenamin     ConvoyOran Gallagher          MurlogEoghan Creagh          CarrigansFinals Girls 2004 80mÁine Marie McBride    CarrigansBrenda Carr              DooishHannah Gallagher      DooishKeeva Thompson       DooishFinals Boys 2004 80mCallum Gillen             ConvoyMichael McGonagle     SessiaghoneillAndrew Crawford       MurlogMark Mbuli                DooishFinals Boys 2003 80mLennen Lafferty                  MurlogDean Quigley            LiffordOran Patterson          ConvoyJack Holian                Ray N.S.Finals Girls 2003 80mAoibhe O’Kane           ConvoyZara Doherty            DooishAbby O’Conor            ConvoyAmy McGee               CarrigansFinals Girls 2002 100mDemi Carlin               LiffordBethany Lecky           ConvoyCaoimhe Crawford     MurlogErin McGrath             PettigoFinals Boys 2002 100mDylan Woods             KillygordonKyle Leeper               DooishDarren Connaghan    ConvoyDiarmaid McHugh       AghyaranFinals Boys 2001 100mPauric Harrold           DooishKielan McMonagle      RaphoeCharles Rodrigeuz     LiffordShaun O’Donnell        DooishFinals Girls 2001 100mAine Kerr                           ConvoyJodi Carlin                 LiffordRoisin Brennan          LiffordAnna Carr                 DooishFinals Girls 2000 100mNiamh Sweeney                  DooishAine Sproule             Glencovitt N.S.Chloe McHugh           DooishClodagh Lyons           DooishFinals Boys 2000 100mCharlie McElwaine      LiffordKeegan Gallagher      MurlogJohn Moore               ConvoyKarol McGinley          Ray N.S.Finals Girls 2005 100mDemi McFarland                  PettigoShania McMonagle     RaphoeAmy Quigley             LiffordChloe Kelly               CladyFinals Boys 2005 100mCiaran Crawford                 MurlogOran Gallagher          MurlogEoghan Creagh          CarrigansDaniel McHugh           DooishFinals Girls 2004 300mBrenda Carr              DooishHannah Gallagher      DooishAlesha Cuskelly                  CarrigansAshleigh O’Connor     ConvoyFinals Boys 2004 300mMichael McGonagle     SessiaghoneillJamie O’Donnell                  ConvoyMark Mbuli                DooishCormac McGuire        DooishFinals Girls 2003 600mAbby O’Connor          ConvoyTia McFarland            PettigoKellyAnn McGrath      PettigoEnya Creagh             CarrigansFinals Boys 2003 600mOisin Toye                 ConvoyDean Quigley            LiffordOran Patterson          ConvoyJack Hollian & Corey Brolly Ray N.S. & RaphoeFinals Girls 2002 600mDemi Carlin               LiffordErin McGrath             PettigoOlivia Cuskelly          CarrigansValisa O’Donnell                 ConvoyFinals Boys 2002 600mJohn Reid                           ConvoyAdrian McLaughlin      KillygordonDiarmaid McHugh       AghyaranMichael Harris            ConvoyFinals Girls 2001 800mRoisin Brennan          LiffordAnna Call                           DooishJodi Carlin                 LiffordLauren Martin            DooishFinals Boys 2001 800mCorey McGettigan      LiffordLuke Kelly                 CladyLiam Toye                 RaphoeEoghan McGarrell       DooishFinals Girls 2000 800mNiamh Sweeney                  DooishClodagh Lyons           DooishAimie Sproule            GlencovittJessica Brogan          Ray N.S.Finals Boys 2000 800mCharlie McElwaine      LiffordJordan Gallagher       DooishOran O’Donnell          ConvoyDylan Brolly              RaphoeRelays Girls 2003/2004DooishLiffordSt. Cairrealls, AghyaranRelays Boys 2003/2004ConvoyLiffordSt Cairrealls, AghyaranRelays Girls 2001/2002LiffordConvoyDooishRelays Boys 2001/2002DooishConvoyLifford PICTURES AND RESULTS FROM THE FINN VALLEY AREA PRIMARY SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: May 14th, 2013 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 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