A mother and her two-month-old baby stumbled to the ground after struggling to traverse a deplorable roadway leading to an Amerindian Hostel, located at Seventh Avenue (between First Street and Third Street), below the Telecoms’ Hill.A section of the road where the deep gully was formedThis is just one of the many painful and dangerous experiences residents have been enduring for months, as the main access road continues to rapidly deteriorate as the relevant authorities take their time to address the issue.The roadway has been in a terrible state for more than four years, and it was only recently that it was upgraded prior to the Local Government Elections (LGE) which was held on March 18.Residents explained that the road was widened and a drain was dug, but it was not properly done.“We asked them to redo the drain as that was supposed to help drain the water so it would not affect the roadway but they didn’t,” one woman related to Guyana Times. Four months ago, residents began to complain of substandard work since the road started to erode significantly. “Don’t get me wrong. We are grateful they did some work as we have been asking for better access for almost five years now and nothing was ever done. However, even though we don’t expect paved roads and concrete drains, time and care should be taken to do a little better job so that the situation does not get worse,” a resident noted.Today, the road has moved from bad to worse, with the formation a deep gully at the side of the trail.And with the rainy season fast-approaching, residents are worried that the situation will only worsen.“Well, like my taxpayers’ money not giving us good service or it ain’t got value. Or maybe we have to send for Uncle David to visit the hostel in this Heritage Month… We need to get better than this, we voted for better, for change, not to exchange one lampy pampy bureaucrat for an even worse one. They probably are going to wait until someone injures themselves badly before any work is done,” one annoyed resident expressed in a Facebook post.Guyana Times was told that a contract was awarded for the rehabilitation of the road and that works should commence within the next two to three weeks. (Devina Samaroo)
CAMARILLO Four years after entering the stucco-and-tile Spanish-revival buildings, Kristi Adame is about to emerge as one of the pioneers. She will graduate in May among the students known as the first four – the first class to complete all four years at California State University, Channel Islands. She also will be the first in her family to graduate from college. “Going to college is a whole new experience in the first place, but being part of a new university allowed me to be a part of the growth and have a say in classes and committees,” said Adame, a 22-year-old psychology major. “On other campuses, I would not have been part of helping to make decisions.” After four full years in operation, the campus known affectionately as Cal State Sushi is entering the big time, with enrollment growing by 500 students a year. Construction is booming, with crews working to expand student housing from 350 beds to 800 by the fall. The John Spoor Broome Library, named for the Ventura County philanthropist who donated $5 million to the project, is expected to be completed this year. Also set for completion is the Towncenter, a mixed-use building with a bookstore, shops and apartments. Last year, the campus erected on the site of the former Camarillo State Hospital received the largest portion of state bond money allocated to the California State University system. About $62 million will be spent retrofitting the nearly 80-year-old buildings to meet seismic standards, building laboratories for a proposed nursing program and erecting a new entryway into the campus. All of this is happening faster than administrators can have the letters CSUCI or the school mascot, a dolphin, silk-screened onto T-shirts and sweat shirts. “Our enrollment has been greater than expected,” said Richard Rush, president of the university. “One of the challenges is getting the facilities ready fast enough to meet the enrollment demands. It’s more expensive to refurbish the buildings than it is to build new ones.” A place with history Ventura County residents lobbied three decades for a four-year public university and seized the opportunity when what had once been the nation’s largest mental institution closed in 1997. Originally created as a satellite of Cal State Northridge, the campus became independent in late 2002. “It obviously has some history,” said Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long, whose district includes Camarillo and who has worked to bring the university to fruition. “Administrators and the community have tremendous empathy for the history of that site,” she said. “You have to respect the history, but also celebrate the future.” Surrounded by the Santa Monica Mountains and fields of strawberries, cilantro and onions, the campus isn’t expected to expand beyond its perimeters, a concern among some residents before CSUCI had opened, Long said. “Because of our growth voter initiatives, it doesn’t have the ability to become as big as a Cal State Northridge,” Long said. “The full build-out is expected to hold no more than 15,000 students.” And while CSUCI is autonomous from Ventura County, its administration has made a concerted effort to connect to the community, partnering with some 600 local firms to link students with prospective careers in business and biotechnology. Rush said he also receives 10,000 applications from prospective faculty members each year, despite the region’s relatively high housing costs. Recognizing that the real-estate market could be a deterrent, the administration opened University Glen, a community of 900 single-family homes and town homes sold at below-market prices. “The faculty we hire have to have a pioneering vision, to have a sense of programs that have a future,” Rush said. Life’s a beach Despite its name, Cal State Channel Islands is three miles from the nearest beach. And with a student body of just over 3,100 and student-to-instructor ratios of 18-to-1, some students say they feel as if they are attending a small and exclusive university. “I’m happy with everything that’s here,” said Icela Rodriguez, a 20-year-old liberal-arts major from Newbury Park. “I didn’t want to leave home to go to school.” Others said they longed for the university to have a sports team, but in the big picture, that didn’t even matter. “This school has everything I want. It’s close to home, the classes are small and we get that one-on-one attention from professors,” said John Sakla, a 21-year-old business major from Oxnard. “If this school wasn’t here, I’d have to drive far away,” he said. Steve Lapointe, 22, also a business major, said the school boasts a 6-to-1 ratio of females to males. “I definitely like those odds,” he said. email@example.com (818) 713-3664 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Wende Doohan, of Renton, Wash., said her husband of 30 years sought a space ride for his remains after “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry’s remains were launched in 1997. James Doohan died in July 2005 at age 85. On Saturday morning she wore a flight jacket from Doohan’s son-in-law, Air Force Reserve Chief Master Sgt. Paul Pritchard, who died this week of cancer. “He and Jimmy are together watching history,” Wende Doohan said. Kathy Allums’ uncle, James Roach, told relatives long before his death three years ago that he wanted his remains flown to space. Some laughed at the seemingly crazy idea. “I’m just beside myself,” said Allums, of Arlington, Texas. “It’s more than what I expected. It’s exactly what he would have wanted.” Charles Chafer, chief executive of Celestis, said last month that a CD with more than 11,000 condolences and fan notes was placed on the rocket with Doohan’s remains. The launch from the fledgling spaceport – currently a 100-foot by 25-foot concrete slab in a patch of desert more than 50 miles north of Las Cruces – keeps the New Mexico project ahead of its nearest competitor, in West Texas. Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon.com, is said to be developing the spaceport north of Van Horn, Texas. Bezos’ Blue Origin is working to develop tourist space flights. British billionaire Richard Branson also has announced plans to launch a space tourism company, which is expected to have its headquarters at the New Mexico spaceport. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Since it was a suborbital flight, the rocket soon parachuted back to Earth, coming down at the White Sands Missile Range. “We nailed it. We stuck the landing,” said Knight. UP Aerospace launched the first rocket from the desert site in September, but that Spaceloft XL rocket crashed into the desert after spiraling out of control about nine seconds after lift-off. Company officials blamed the failure on a faulty fin design. Family members paid $495 to place a few grams of their relatives’ ashes on the rocket. Celestis, a Houston company, contracted with UP to send the cremated remains into space. Family and friends who watched the 20-foot rocket take off from about 4 miles away cheered and cried as it flew and the mission control center announced the launch was successful. UPHAM, N.M. – The cremated remains of actor James Doohan, who portrayed engineer Scotty on “Star Trek,” and of Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper soared into suborbital space Saturday aboard a rocket. It was the first successful launch from Spaceport America, a commercial spaceport being developed in the southern New Mexico desert. Suzan Cooper and Wende Doohan fired the rocket carrying small amounts of their husbands’ ashes, and those of about 200 others, at 8:56 a.m. local time. “Go baby, go baby,” said Eric Knight of the commercial launch company, UP Aerospace Inc. of Farmington, Conn.
0Shares0000Wendie Renard is jumped on by her teammates after scoring one of her two goals in France’s 3-0 win over South Korea on Friday as the Women’s World Cup kicked off in Paris © AFP / FRANCOIS XAVIER MARITPARIS, France, Jun 8 – Hosts France laid down a marker in the opening game of the women’s World Cup as towering defender Wendie Renard scored twice in a convincing 4-0 win over South Korea to kick off the tournament in style in Paris on Friday.A sell-out crowd of 45,261 filled the Parc des Princes to watch the start of what is billed as the biggest women’s World Cup yet, but there was no sign of the pressure getting to the French. Les Bleues are among the favourites to win the trophy on home soil and they showed no mercy to the Koreans, with the prolific Eugenie Le Sommer giving them an early lead and Renard — the tallest player at the tournament — twice heading home before the interval.Captain Amandine Henry, impressive throughout, wrapped up the win in this Group A encounter, a goal she said was “the realisation of a dream I had as a little girl”.“We went into the match the right way,” Henry told broadcaster TF1, revealing her team had become emotional during the national anthem.“We were close to tears when the ‘Marseillaise’ was playing, the emotions were running high.”French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte watched France’s victory, sitting alongside FIFA chief Gianni Infantino.– ‘Explosion’ of women’s game –Infantino had this week promised the month-long tournament would see the “explosion” of the women’s game as he was re-elected unopposed at the head of world football’s governing body. Almost a million tickets have been sold for matches in the nine host cities.This was certainly a fine start with a carnival atmosphere despite the cool evening and the French showing their credentials.France’s own football federation have set the team the target of going all the way to the final in Lyon on July 7.Artists perform during the opening ceremony in Paris © AFP / Lionel BONAVENTUREThe problem for coach Corinne Diacre’s side is that, if they win their group, they could well end up facing reigning champions the United States in Paris in the quarter-finals.Germany, who face China on Saturday, and England are also among the contenders.The USA, whose legal battle to be paid the same as their male counterparts has made waves in the run-up to the tournament, start their campaign against Thailand in Reims on Tuesday.Ranked fourth in the world, the French women have underperformed at recent major tournaments, losing in the quarter-finals of the last World Cup, Euro 2017 and the last Olympics.Diacre is relying on a core of players from Lyon, Europe’s leading club side who won a fourth successive Champions League last month.There were seven Lyon players in France’s starting line-up, and two of them combined for the ninth-minute opener, captain Henry with the low ball into the box for Le Sommer to fire in off the crossbar. It was Le Sommer’s 75th goal for her country.South Korea offered little, with their star player, Chelsea’s Ji So-yun, barely touching the ball.France thought they had a second before the half-hour mark when Renard’s header down was hooked into the net by Griedge Mbock, but after the celebrations had finally died down, the goal was disallowed for an extremely tight offside following a VAR review.The 1.87-metre (6ft 1ins) Renard was not to be denied, however, as she headed in Gaetane Thiney’s corner from the right in the 35th minute to make it 2-0.She did it again in first-half stoppage time, this time heading in an Amel Majri corner from the other side.Korea can count themselves lucky that this did not turn into a full-blown rout, although the excellent Henry curled in a delightful fourth from 20 yards with five minutes left.“I would like to say sorry to football fans in Korea,” said their coach, Yoon Deok-yeo. “Today’s match showed how strong France are.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Competition for the $62.5 million annual contract to police the city’s mass transit system is heating up among some law enforcement agencies, months before bidding wars begin. Metro’s five-year agreement with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will expire June 30, 2008, and officials do not yet know if they will renew it. The transit agency is reviewing other security options that could dismantle the sheriff’s grip on the mass transit system and save about $4.7 million. Roger Snoble, Metro’s chief executive officer, said at a recent workshop that the security-program review should not be considered a criticism of the Sheriff’s Department and its staff assigned to the transit agency. “We are very happy with the Sheriff’s Department,” said Snoble. “But we are always looking for the best fit.” “We are definitely interested in the contract,” said Tanaka. “We believe it is a good contract for the Sheriff’s Department. We believe it is a good contract for the people we provide service to: the Metro authority and its ridership.” Metro security work was shared from 1998 to 2003 by its own officers; by the Sheriff’s Department, which patrolled unincorporated Los Angeles; and by the Los Angeles Police Department, which covered the city of Los Angeles. The job involves security on five rail lines, a dedicated busway and 2,250 buses. But in 2003, the Sheriff’s Department beat out the LAPD for a five-year contract to police the mass transit system, after submitting a proposal that was $7 million cheaper in its first year than if the LAPD had continued sharing duties. Although the stage could be set for another tug of war between the two law enforcement agencies, LAPD officials on Friday were not aware of any plans to bid on the impending contract. “There is no tug,” said LAPD Lt. Roger Mora. “There isn’t even a pull.” Ultimately, a decision will come from Metro’s board, which will hash out the direction for its security program and then solicit bids. It could involve a variety of competing interests. Among the 13 Metro board members are all five members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, which oversees the Sheriff’s Department’s budgeting, as well as L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his three Metro appointees, including Councilman Bernard Parks, former chief of the LAPD. Others on the Metro board include Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian, Santa Monica Councilwoman Pam O’Connor and Long Beach Councilwoman Bonnie Lowenthal. A Duarte councilman also serves. Security would be fractured if multiple police agencies handled it for the transit agency, said Dan Finkelstein, Metro transit police chief and a Sheriff’s Department commander. “Having an entity that can cross all the geographic boundaries makes sense,” Finkelstein said. At a recent workshop to review security, Parks warned the board that reducing the number of armed deputies and replacing them with lower-level security officers, just to save some money, puts all security at risk. “It could be a ticket they (passengers) show them,” said Parks. “Or it could be a gun.” firstname.lastname@example.org (818) 713-3746160Want 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 MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityMetro is considering fattening up its own staff from 94 to 350 security officers who can conduct more of the lower-level activities that some deputies are performing now, such as checking passengers’ fares. In addition, Metro would contract with a law enforcement agency to act as the central core of its operations, as the Sheriff’s Department now does and could bid to continue doing. But Metro is considering paring down sworn officers from the 387 working today to about 100, said Jack Eckles, Metro deputy executive officer for systems, safety and security. The transit agency could then negotiate contracts with other local police departments getting paid overtime to patrol buses and rails passing through their jurisdictions. Already, police agencies from Pasadena, Long Beach, Glendale and Santa Monica are interested in the shot to patrol the bus and rail lines running through their jurisdictions, Eckles said. The county Sheriff’s Department is interested in pursuing the contract again, as long as the Metro board believes the agency is providing the appropriate level of service, said Paul Tanaka, assistant sheriff.
A leading Letterkenny supermarket requires a full-time deli assistant for an immediate start.Spar at Glencar Shopping Centre is a busy outlet.The shop now requires a full-time deli assistant to work alongside other staff on a busy delicatessen counter. The right person for the job should be:· Experienced· Knowledge of HACCP· Flair for food & presentation· Flexibility for various shifts· Work under their own incentive· Be able to work in fast-paced environmentPlease send your application to email@example.comJob Vacancy: Leading Letterkenny supermarket requires deli-assistant was last modified: January 9th, 2018 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:deli assistantdonegalglencarletterkennySparVacancy
Club MeetingThere will be a club executive meeting this Thursday, 27th October. All committee members are asked to attend. Committee members are asked to note that nominations and motions for County Convention are to be submitted by Friday 4th November. If any member has nominations or motions they would like to submit they should present these at Thursday’s meeting.Football The under 21’s county semi-final against Naomh Conaill will take place this Friday, 28th October at 8pm in Ardara. Best of luck to the squad and management in this big game for the club. It goes without saying that we want as big a crowd as possible in Ardara. The seniors are down to play Naomh Colmcille on Sunday in Newtowncunningham at 3pm with the reserves due to play the curtain raiser at 1.30pm.The second week of play in the Bakery Cup took place last Friday with exchanges again of a high quality. The first match saw Eugene Doherty’s side racking up their second win of the league stages, getting the better of Shane Brady’s outfit on a scoreline of 14-10 to 9-8. In the second game Senan Rooney’s side were unable to build on last week’s win with Mark McGlynn’s men having the better of exchanges and running out 8-6 to 6-6 victors. The Cup is back again for the third week of its four week run with a slight change of schedule. Games are on Thursday this week with all players are to up at the park for 3.30pm sharp and games throwing in at 4pm.The under 12 indoor league will be staged in the new hall at Coláiste Cholmcille from 6pm to 8pm on Fridays 4th and 11th November. Teams will be published in next week’s notes.The first week of competition in the under 10 Ballyshannon Shoe Company winter league took place last Friday. We had 42 players taking part on a great evening for football. Michael Keown’s Team A beat Eoin Doogan’s Team B in a tight game coming from two points down to win by three points in the end. Matthew Fox and Eoin Cassidy were excellent for the winning side, while Stephen Doran, Eoin Doogan and Dara McGloin showed well for Team B. In the other game Finn Coady’s Team C put in a powerful second half to get the better of Morgan McNamee’s Team D by six points. Killian Bradshaw and Barry Campbell put in great shifts for Team C. Games continue again this Friday with the second round of fixtures seeing Team A captained by Michael Keown taking on Team C captained by Finn Coady at 6pm. Team B captained by Eoin Doogan will play Team D captained by Morgan McNamee at 6.30pm. Both these games will be played under lights in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh so all players are to bring €1 to cover cost of lights. Games will be played under Go Game rules, two touch and goals and points counting as one point. LadiesWell done to the Realt Ruadh Ladies team who were presented with the Division 2 League trophy by Hugh Devanney Chairman of The County Ladies Board in The Bank Bar, Bundoran. The cup was presented to Hannah Doherty and Tara Khan the joint captains of the Realt Ruadh Ladies team.The under 16’s division 2 county semi-final against Urris will take place next Monday, 31st October in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh at 12 noon. The girls had a brilliant win against Fanad Gaels in the quarter-final after a mid-week trek up north and deserve a big support to get behind them.Well done to Sara Jane Keon, Orla Keon and Áine Hill who were part of the successful Donegal team which competed at the under 13 Ulster blitz last Saturday.Aodh Ruadh under 13 girls booked their place in the county semi-final with a power-packed display against Termon in Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh on Sunday afternoon. The girls dictated from the off with a Katie O’Brien point and a brace of Caitlin McGarrigle frees helping them settle into the game. The first goal came from some great direct running by Danielle McGarrigle who struck home confidently. She added a point shortly after before Emer O’Brien drilled home a second goal with a well-placed shot. Another Katie O’Brien point concluded an exceptional half of football from the hosts where the incredible work-rate of the midfield and defence restricted Termon to a single point. Things started better for the visitors in the second half with an early goal, but Aodh Ruadh got the perfect response when Aoibheann McGarrigle rattled home at the other end. After that the scoring rate dropped off significantly and Termon managed to work their way back into contention with a couple of goals. They were also helped by a superb penalty save from a well-struck shot by their excellent keeper. However Aodh Ruadh finished strong and a point from Sara Jane Keon followed by score of the game, an rasper of a goal from Aoibheann McGarrigle, saw the Shamettes take the victory. It was a near perfect display of football from Aodh Ruadh against a strong Termon outfit, everywhere you looked there were heroes in white and green, the starting team was Áine Hill; Orla Keon, Ciara Caldwell, Grainne Maguire; Lucy McGlynn, Ella Clancy, Ailish Gallagher; Caitlin McGarrigle, Tia McFarland; Katie McMullin, Danielle Gallagher, Sarah Jane Keon; Aoibheann McGarrigle, Katie O’Brien, Emer O’Brien. We have pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org. Next up is the county semi-final against Killybegs in Fintra. That will be this Saturday at 12 noon. We’d love to see a big crowd down to get behind this brilliant bunch of girls. Training is at the earlier time of 5.30pm this Wednesday. Players are asked to ensure they have appropriate gear for the weather. Park / Development CommitteeOver the coming weeks Stephen McGurrin, who has joined us as a schools coach will accompany the County Board coach in local primary schools and then work out a further winter programme which he will assist the teachers with. Contact Tom Daly for further information. On October 26th all of our playing areas will be used for a major primary schools blitz involving schools from south of county, north Sligo and north Leitrim. This is an AIB initiative.There is a nightly charge for the floodlit training field. The team manager who books is responsible for collection of fee and transfer to the Park Treasurer. There are no exceptions.Substantial ground works are under way in the area near Aras Aoidh Ruaidh and are screened off with a safety fence. These works will continue until approximately January. Abbey Centre BingoJulie Kane left the Abbey Centre with a big smile after scooping the €700 summer snowball on 49 numbers. The €400 jackpot was won by John Gallagher of Ballyshannon. On a night of giveaways, even Brendan got a new home after Caroline Finnerty checked out on 42. This Friday is the October big bingo, with a massive €2,700 in the kitty including the €1,000 jackpot game. Books cost just €15 or get the book and a half special for €20. First game at 9pm at the Abbey Centre.Aodh Ruadh LottoThere was no winner of last week’s Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €6,800. The winning numbers drawn were 1, 2, 7, 9, 17 and 18. In the lucky dip €20 went to Mary E Patton, Lower Creevy; John J McGarrigle, Cashelard; Caroline Finnerty, Parkhill; Mary Donagher, Erne Dale Heights; and Maura Conlon, c/o Peter Conlon. Next draw is in Dorrian’s Hotel with a jackpot of €6,900 on Sunday at 8.30pm. Tickets are now available in the following outlets: Seán Óg’s, The Market House, Dicey Reilly’s, The Limit, Pat’s Bar, The Bridgend, Owen Roe’s, Fin McCool’s, The Lantern, McGinley’s, Pearse O’Neill’s, McCosker’s Centra and Kernan’s Spar and at the weekly and weekly bingo in the Abbey Centre. If not in, you can’t win!The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra Saturday is: JUVENILE HURLERS.Aodh Ruadh face Naomh Conaill in U21 semi-final on Friday night was last modified: October 25th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Aodh RuadhGAASportU21
Boyle-ing – the Lettermacaward men leadDECLAN Boyle leads the Donegal International Rally after Day One.This fantastic picture by GARY FOY captures Declan and navigator Brian out on the road.O/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS6RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev12Declan Boyle/Brian BoyleSubaru WRC6O/A7:01.40:0036:04.221Sam Moffett/James O’ReillyFord Fiesta WRC6O/A7:03.00:0036:09.40:05.20:05.237Darren Gass/Enda SherrySubaru WRC6O/A7:04.80:0036:32.70:28.50:23.343Garry Jennings/Rory KennedySubaru WRC617:07.30:0036:34.60:30.40:01.954Donagh Kelly/Kevin FlanaganFord Focus wrc627:10.90:0036:49.90:45.70:15.366Derek McGarrity/James McKeeSubaru WRC637:19.20:0037:41.71:37.50:51.8738Pat Kirk/John McElhinneyMitsubishi Evo 9417:43.70:0039:19.43:15.21:37.7810Josh Moffett/John RowanMitsubishi Evo 9427:39.10:0039:20.13:15.90:00.7924Eugene Meegan/Sarah WhelanMitsubishi Evo 9437:42.90:0039:42.43:38.20:22.31021Pj McDermott/Paul GoodmanSubaru WRC647:47.20:0040:08.04:03.80:25.61125Stephen McCann/Lisa O’DowdMitsubishi Evo 9447:43.80:0040:11.34:07.10:03.31227Trevor Bustard/Fabian McShaneMitsubishi Evo 9457:49.90:0040:33.64:29.40:22.313164Shane Maguire/Martin McGarrityMitsubishi Evo 9467:52.10:0040:42.74:38.50:09.11428Aaron McHale/Paul McGeeMitsubishi Evo 9477:57.30:0040:54.84:50.60:12.11526Brendan Cumiskey/Gerry McVeighMitsubishi Evo 9488:06.60:0041:27.35:23.10:32.51683Callum Devine/Liam McLaughlinFord Fiesta R2218:14.40:0041:55.95:51.70:28.617109Richard Tanahill/Aileen KellyPeugeot 208228:14.40:0042:09.16:04.90:13.21841Brian O’Keefe/Sean HaydeSubaru Impreza498:18.50:0042:09.36:05.10:00.219104Martin O’Donnell/John M O’DonnellHonda Civic118:14.40:0042:34.26:30.00:24.92076Paddy McDaid/Oliver DohertyCitroen C2R2238:14.40:0042:39.16:34.90:04.921102Gavin Kelly/Eamonn GillespieHonda Civic128:14.40:0043:00.26:56.00:21.12281Rory Byrne/James ByrneMitsubishi Evo10518:14.40:0043:05.67:01.40:05.423103Mark Ewing/Danny CannonHonda Civic138:14.40:0043:15.17:10.90:09.52486Pat McDaid/Paul GallagherSkoda Fabia S20004108:14.40:0043:21.07:16.80:05.925108Brian Quigley/Seamus McTigueHonda Civic148:14.40:0043:31.57:27.30:10.52684Ed Twomey/William LynchFord Fiesta ST248:14.40:0043:38.87:34.60:07.327141Alistair Glenn/Paul GallagherPeugeot 206258:14.40:0049:56.513:52.36:17.7Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS6RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev115Daniel McKenna/Arthur KieransFord Escort Mk214O/A7:17.20:0037:30.8214Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A7:16.20:0037:43.70:12.90:12.9316Manus Kelly/Donal BarrettFord Escort14O/A7:23.30:0037:55.90:25.10:12.2432Conor Harvey/Gerard CallaghanFord Escort1417:28.00:0038:31.31:00.50:35.4522Brian Brogan/Damien McGettiganFord Escort Mk21427:28.40:0038:47.91:17.10:16.6633Mark Alcorn/Kevin McCaffertyToyota Corolla1317:37.60:0038:55.71:24.90:07.8719Frank Kelly/Liam BrennanFord Escort1437:28.60:0038:56.91:26.10:01.2823Adrian Hetherington/Gary NolanFord Escort Mk21447:32.70:0039:17.31:46.50:20.4918Wesley Patterson/Johnny BairdFord Escort1457:38.70:0039:32.52:01.70:15.21030Daniel Conaghan/Terence MageeFord Escort Mk21327:42.20:0039:34.92:04.10:02.411165Vivian Hamill/Stephen ThorntonFord Escort RS1467:50.40:0039:39.42:08.60:04.51220Damien Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort1477:43.60:0039:43.02:12.20:03.61334Daniel Doherty/Michael DohertyFord Escort Mk21487:46.80:0039:44.72:13.90:01.714160Richard Moffett/Martin ConnollyToyota Starlet1337:42.70:0040:04.62:33.80:19.915152Mickey Peoples/Lian McIntyreFord Escort1347:56.50:0040:41.83:11.00:37.21670Gerard McQuaid/Gary QuinlanFord Escort Mk21357:50.60:0040:43.83:13.00:02.0175Michael Dunlop/James McNultyFord Escort Mk21497:52.60:0040:43.83:13.01831Jim McKenna/Thomas TreanorFord Escort14108:01.10:0040:46.93:16.10:03.11936Robbie Peoples/Keith StewartFord Escort Mk214117:56.50:0040:49.03:18.20:02.12042Patrick McHugh/Pauric O’DonnellFord Escort1368:14.40:0041:15.83:45.00:26.82144Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo101618:14.00:0041:18.43:47.60:02.62252Patrick Boyle/Donal McColeToyota Corolla11R18:12.80:0041:33.94:03.10:15.52358Cal McCarthy/Eamonn DulleaHonda Civic11F17:59.70:0041:37.74:06.90:03.82451Kevin Bradley/Graham HendersonFord Escort Mk211R28:04.10:0041:40.84:10.00:03.125119Barry McLaughlin/Aodhan GallagherFord Escort Mk21218:14.40:0041:43.34:12.50:02.52654Adrian McElhinney/Paddy GormanFord Escort Mk21378:05.70:0041:44.34:13.50:01.02759Christopher Snow/Sean BruntonHonda Civic11F28:01.40:0041:48.44:17.60:04.12849Andrew McLoone/William KehoeFord Escort RS1388:02.60:0041:50.14:19.30:01.72961Brendan McDaid/Russell HaroldFord Escort Mk21398:09.60:0042:00.44:29.60:10.33067Paul Doherty/Hugh CollFord Escort Mk213108:16.50:0042:04.14:33.30:03.731110Paul Creamer/Patrick DurningHonda Civic11F38:14.40:0042:07.14:36.30:03.03272Paul Gallagher/Patrick GallagherFord Escort Mk111R38:17.00:0042:09.64:38.80:02.53399Garry Gallagher/Lee CullenToyota Corolla11R48:14.40:0042:12.94:42.10:03.33492Liam McFall/Matthew McKennaMitsubishi Evo 91628:14.40:0042:16.04:45.20:03.13547Thomas Keys/Dean O’SullivanFord Escort Mk213118:11.80:0042:16.14:45.30:00.13695Liam McMullan/John CollHonda Civic11F48:14.40:0042:17.74:46.90:01.63748Gary McElhinney/Johny CharlestonFord Escort Mk213128:14.60:0042:19.54:48.70:01.838153Ivan Stewart/Timothy DugganFord Cosworth1518:21.70:0042:21.74:50.90:02.23956Jp Logue/James LogueHonda Civic11F58:13.00:0042:23.24:52.40:01.54080Enda McCormack/Colin FitzgeraldHyundai WRC1528:14.40:0042:28.44:57.60:05.24173Jonny Morrow/Denver RaffertyToyota Corolla11R58:14.40:0042:30.85:00.00:02.442115James McDermott/Paul McDermottVauxhall Chevette1228:14.40:0042:51.75:20.90:20.94396Barry McGill/Derek HeenaFord Escort Mk2918:17.80:0042:53.75:22.90:02.04468John Dolan/Jack McGinleyFord Escort Mk213138:14.40:0042:55.35:24.50:01.645120William Vance/Billy VanceMitsubishi Evo2018:14.40:0042:57.05:26.20:01.746128Declan Gallagher/Gerard BoyleToyota Corolla11R68:14.40:0042:57.55:26.70:00.54750John Watters/David KellyFord Escort14128:26.00:0042:58.45:27.60:00.94879Liam Egan/Raymond CoppingerToyota Corolla WRC1538:14.40:0042:59.75:28.90:01.349125Charlie Heraghty/Pearse McBrideToyota Corolla11R78:14.40:0043:00.95:30.10:01.25082Gerard McFall/Conor O’LoanMitsubishi Evo 91638:14.40:0043:04.65:33.80:03.751156Anthony Hand/James McCarvilleFord Escort Mk211R88:16.30:0043:17.35:46.50:12.75245John McQuaid/Seamus O’ConnorFord Escort Mk214137:39.00:0043:18.45:47.60:01.15364Jason Roache/Paddy McCruddenFord Escort Mk213148:22.40:0043:22.65:51.80:04.254134Patrick Bradley/Niall McDaidFord Escort G313158:14.40:0043:34.16:03.30:11.555100Michael McClafferty/Damien WhoriskeyHonda Civic11F68:14.40:0043:37.66:06.80:03.556118Andrew Hegarty/Eoin KellyFord Escort Mk21238:14.40:0043:41.06:10.20:03.457130Roy Baldrick/Darren HarveyTalbot Sunbeam13168:14.40:0043:43.56:12.70:02.55863Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlinFord Escort1248:36.80:0043:45.96:15.10:02.45974Eamonn Doherty/Loretta KellyFord Escort Mk211R98:28.60:0043:47.66:16.80:01.760116Dan McCanny/Martin GallogleyFord Escort13178:14.40:0043:52.66:21.80:05.061106Kevin McDaid/Paul McCaffertyOpel Corsa928:14.40:0043:57.76:26.90:05.162117Patrick Bonner/Jamsie WardFord Escort Mk21258:14.40:0043:59.96:29.10:02.263113Shaun Callaghan/Patrick McBrideFord Escort Mk213188:14.40:0044:01.36:30.50:01.464149Kyle McGettigan/Liam DohertyToyota Corolla11R108:14.40:0044:06.86:36.00:05.56590Denis Ferry/James HeraghtySubaru Impreza1548:14.40:1544:07.96:37.10:01.166122Paul Rowley/Patrick BridesHonda Civic11F78:14.40:0044:23.96:53.10:16.067123Stanley McKeown/Mervyn HawthorneToyota Corolla11R118:14.40:0044:27.06:56.20:03.16878Ashley Dickson/Niall BurnsMitsubishi Evo91648:14.40:0044:27.86:57.00:00.869107Shane Forde/Brian McLaughlinHonda Civic1658:14.40:0044:28.56:57.70:00.770147Gerard Gibbons/Adrian RankinFord Escort Mk211R128:14.40:0044:29.66:58.80:01.171146Thomas McGlinchey/Tony CurranFord Escort13198:14.40:0044:55.37:24.50:25.772131Dermot McGroary/Evin HendersonTalbot Sunbeam1018:14.40:0045:03.27:32.40:07.973114Kevin McHugh/Evan HughesFord Escort Mk213208:14.40:0045:05.57:34.70:02.374145Johnny Wilhare/Cahir WilhareHonda Civic11F88:14.40:0045:06.27:35.40:00.775138George Baskin/Odhran McLaughlinVW Golf14148:14.40:0045:15.47:44.60:09.276112Pauric Dufffy/Kevin GlynnCitroen C2R21668:14.40:0045:15.87:45.00:00.477124Martin McLaughlin/Victor HunterFord Escort Mk211R138:14.40:0045:18.37:47.50:02.578126John Sweeney/Emmett KellyHonda Civic1678:14.40:0045:36.48:05.60:18.179101Trevor Graham/Ian GallagherToyota Corolla11R148:14.40:0045:43.18:12.30:06.78091Christy Carey/Kieran BaileyMitsubishi Evo 82028:14.40:0045:54.18:23.30:11.081135Francis Rafferty/Johnny RooneyFord Cosworth14158:14.40:0046:03.48:32.60:09.382121Geoffrey Nevin/Paul NevinFord Escort Mk21268:14.40:0046:39.29:08.40:35.88393Kevin Bradley/Ollie HarveySubaru Impreza2038:14.40:0046:44.89:14.00:05.684132Eamon McLaughlin/Sean ToppingFord Escort1028:14.40:0046:48.39:17.50:03.585140Shane Carr/Ciaran CarrVauxhall Nova1038:14.40:0047:09.29:38.40:20.986143Andrew McLaughlin/Stephen McLaughlinHonda Civic11F98:14.41:1547:17.39:46.50:08.187133Mark McMullan/Kieran WhelanFord Escort RS13218:14.40:0048:12.610:41.80:55.388148Kelvin Gorney/Kieran BurkeCitroen Saxo11F108:14.40:0049:03.611:32.80:51.08997Brendan O’Reilly/Damien McCabeFord Escort Mk2938:14.42:3049:32.712:01.90:29.190129Caolan Gaffney/Joey KaneToyota Corolla11R158:14.41:3050:26.512:55.70:53.891137Alan Browne/Michael DonnellanSubaru Impreza2048:14.40:0050:29.312:58.50:02.892151Pj Wilhare/Darren SheilsFord Escort RS20001278:14.40:0051:38.614:07.81:09.39360Kevin Eves/Chris MellyToyota Corolla11R1618:41.70:0055:38.818:08.04:00.294136Anthony Breen/Jill WhiteSubaru Impreza2058:14.40:0059:10.121:39.33:31.39555Ian Milliar/Ronan O’NeillFord Escort Mk211R178:14.41:451:01:51.424:20.62:41.3 RESULTS: LETTERMACAWARD MAN BOYLE LEADS DONEGAL RALLY AFTER DAY ONE! was last modified: June 20th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
KCCA’s Isaac (right) was one of the star players that failed to impress on the nightKCCA FC 0 – 0 Maroons FC.KCCA FC played out a goaless draw with Maroons at the StarTimes Stadium in the league opener.The Kasasiro boys who were tiped to put Maroons to the sword, clearly had a bad day at office failing to create any clear cut chances.On the other hand, Maroons where the ones creating the better chance, with man of the match Charles Lukwago the one to thank for the stalement as he made several excellent saves to deny the new comers.The higlight of the game was when Lukwago dived high to his left to tip over Godwin Kitagenda’s free kick in the first half.Mike Mutebi, KCCA FC head coach, said it was a bad day, adding that they were lucky to have gotten something from the game.“The so called big players like Muzamir Mutyaba did not turn up and we were playing alot of horizontal passes which were not taking us foward,” he said.Asaph Mwebaze, Maroons head coach, said: “We are gutted because we created the better chances but could not score. I don’t blame the boys because they where playing the defending champions so they may have been a little fazed by the occassion.Asked about the sudden U-turn after confirming he had left Maroons and then appearing on the touch line for today’s game, Asaph said: “Yes I had left but they(Maroons) offered me a new and improved contact so i returned.”KCCA travel to Bombo to play Moses Basena’s UPDF side while Maroons are at home to Onduparaka in Luzira.Comments
The Donegal Mountain Rescue Team (DMRT) have been dispatched to a callout on Sunday evening. At 6pm this evening, the DMRT responded to the call on Muckish Mountain.A group of lost walkers were located on the mountain on Sunday evening. The rescue volunteers later guided the walkers to safety. The Sligo Leitrim Mountain Rescue Team were also dispatched to help the DMRT with the extraction.Updated: The lost walkers were brought down from the mountain last night around 10pm. No injuries have been reported.Donegal Mountain Rescue dispatched to Muckish Mountain following callout was last modified: June 17th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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)