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‘Not about football anymore’: Indonesia hit by hooligan violence

first_imgSEA Games: Rogen Ladon enters flyweight boxing semis PLAY LIST 03:42SEA Games: Rogen Ladon enters flyweight boxing semis02:00SEA Games 2019 police assessment as of Dec. 502:35SEA Games: Centeno tops Amit for gold anew as Filipinas end up 1-2 in 10-ball02:14Carpio 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 Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil His murder once again highlighted the Southeast Asian country’s decades-long struggle with hooliganism and led to the suspension of its top-flight Liga 1.Sirla was the 70th Indonesian football fan to die in match-related violence since 1994, or about three deaths annually, according to figures from football watchdog Save Our Soccer.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 ChrissHis brutal murder, captured in shaky mobile phone footage and posted to Youtube, saw rival supporters using rocks, sticks and planks to beat the young man outside Bandung’s main stadium before a match.Police said they have detained 16 people in connection with the killing. 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LATEST STORIES Beefing up law enforcement, stadium security and cleaning up league management have all been touted as possible solutions.Some have floated more radical ideas, including deducting points from clubs or playing matches in empty stadiums.Football analyst Akmal Marhali said clubs with violent supporters must be sanctioned, and he questioned whether Indonesia was ready to restart play.“PSSI has to punish the clubs properly,” he said.“If we have to, maybe we should have a moratorium on football until there’s no more violence.”Crisis-hit leagueWhile it has a low international profile, Indonesia has attracted some Premier League players, including former Chelsea star Michael Essien and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Didier Zokora.But Indonesian football has been beset by other problems over the years, including poor management, corruption allegations and foreign players dying after going unpaid and being unable to afford medical care.An explosive row between the domestic association and government prompted FIFA to ban Indonesia from international competition in 2015. The ban lifted last year.In July, Indonesian fans hurled stones and bottles at the visiting Malaysian team after the home side lost their semi-final match in the AFF Cup Under-19 football match. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum This picture taken in Bandung, West Java on September 23, 2018, shows Indonesian supporters of Bandung’s football club “Persib” watching during a match against Jakarta football club “Persija” in Bandung.More than a dozen people have been arrested after an Indonesian football fan was clubbed to death with iron bars and wood planks by supporters of a rival team, police said on September 24. The deadly incident happened on September 23 before a match between host club Bandung and Persija Jakarta, bitter rivals in Indonesia’s top flight professional league. / AFP PHOTO / TIMUR MATAHARIFrom deadly fan beatings to teams being transported to matches in armored personnel carriers, Indonesia is fast gaining a reputation as Asia’s most violent football nation.Last weekend 23-year-old Persija Jakarta fan Haringga Sirla was clubbed to death by supporters of arch-rival Persib Bandung.ADVERTISEMENT The most recent violence, however, has touched a national nerve, with both Indonesia’s sports ministry and President Joko Widodo demanding that the association tackle the problem.Football authorities have pledged to review security procedures among its 18 top-flight clubs, fans and the league operator.It also promised to consult with FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation.Yet, many are still sceptical of positive change.“Uproar about deaths in football is like a mushroom in the rainy season — it only lasts a month or two before it dies down,” Marhali said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Tokyo Olympic organizers conduct security tests with police Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown View comments Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college While fan violence may not be as deadly as in some Latin American countries including Brazil, where football is akin to a religion, hooliganism has long been a feature of the Indonesian game, observers said.Die-hard supporters of top teams have become notorious for unsavory behavior, with violent chants the norm at matches and hardcore fans blindly clinging to long-standing inter-club feuds.The security situation has become so dire that players from big-name rivals like Persib and Persija are sometimes transported to matches in armored personnel carriers.Many hooligans have little interest in what’s happening on the pitch and care more about squaring up against rivals, Glenniza said.“This is not about football anymore — they’re just criminals,” he told AFP.Yana Umar, the director general of Viking Club Persib (VCP), a fan club with 100,000 members, described Persib as “a culture” with close ties to the Sundanese ethnic group native to the area.He struggled to pinpoint the origins of his club’s feud with Persija — who he described as “enemies” — but the unemployed father of four deplored Sirla’s killing.“It’s barbaric,” he said in an interview.“No matter how crazy you are about football, a person’s soul, their life is worth far more.”Putting an end to the violence, however, seems to be out of the grasp of Indonesian authorities. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title It was the latest in a string of violent incidents between fans of the two clubs whose rivalry is so fierce that Persija supporters have previously been urged not to attend matches in Bandung, some 150 kilometers (93 miles) southeast of the capital.The Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) suspended play indefinitely following Sunday’s incident, vowing a crackdown.But critics are quick to point out Indonesia has been here before — and little has changed.“The penalties aren’t enough,” Dex Glenniza, managing editor of website Pandit Football, told AFP. “Teams have not learned from the past.”‘They’re just criminals’ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READlast_img read more

Registration deadline for Crystal Cup nearing

first_imgThe pucks will drop on the 2015 Crystal Cup on February 6 and the action will go through the 9th.The fee to enter is $200 per team, and forms can be picked up and returned at the North Peace Leisure Pool. Organizers have also finalized the majority of the events that will be taking place, including local and NHL alumni making an appearance throughout the weekend as Fort St. John product Gerard Dicaire will be on hand, as will former Vancouver Canucks defenseman Dave Babych.“We have sealed out NHL alumni and local alumni for the event. Out on the lake we’re going to be accompanied this year by local celeb Gerard Dicaire. A lot of people don’t realize he was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres and was on Tampa, he didn’t play any games, but he was on Tampa when they won the cup,” explained president of the Crystal Cup Neil Evans. “Also good friend of the Crystal Cup Dave Babych is going to come back. He was here two years ago and loved the event. He’s going to spend the whole weekend with us and there will be a special prize with the kids tournament for all entries. We’re going to draw two names out of a hat and they’re going to go on a helicopter ride with Babych.”The entertainment for the evenings of Friday and Saturday have also been finalized as well as Mr. Mikes staff on hand in the gardens throughout the weekend.- Advertisement -“Starting Friday night in the gardens we have local band Road Worn, and the Montney Coulees on Saturday night so it’s going to be a real cool event. We’re building an ice bar for the Mr. Mikes crew in the gardens so it will be a really cool atmosphere,” Evans said.Registration is off to a slow start but that’s par for the course based on previous years, but he stresses potential teams should move fast as organizers need to put a schedule together for the weekend.“Registration is going a little slow but that’s predicted. We only have seven teams registered right now but everyone we talk to are planning on putting in a team,” Evans stated. “It’s happened every year before this that we see this huge influx come registration date. A warning to all that registration is the 30th and that’s it. There’s going to be no leeway or extension as we have to plan the schedules and get everything else ready. If you’re planning on getting a team in do it now.”Advertisementlast_img read more

Wait continues for Nyayo Stadium opening

first_imgThursday afternoon was no different.“Before end of May we should have completed the laying of seats. For the building we have discussed with constructor, they say it will take them 60-75 days to complete the works. We will come back here by end of May and if they will have not finished, we will give them another 21 days,” Sports Principal Secretary Kirimi Kaberia said.This has now become an all-too familiar song from the ministry, one that sports fans have clearly grown tired of dancing to.Officials led by new Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed toured the facility accompanied by Parliament’s Sports, Culture and Tourism Committee, who were themselves coming back to the stadium for the second time.As they visited, seats around the terrace area, which are being laid to mirror the national flag were being fitted, with the lower tier of green at 70pc completion.Most of the finishing touches outside the playing surface are yet to be completed with the contractor saying they haven’t been paid for much of the workAccording to the Parliamentary Committee chaired by Machakos Town legislator Victor Munyaka, the major problem slowing down the completion of the mega facility has been allocation of funds by the central government.However, Kaberia, the accounting officer at the ministry, could not say how much has been used so far and how much more is needed to see the sports Amphitheatre opened up for use by a facility-deprived population.“We will sit down with the committee and corroborate the figures after which we will be able to have a more comprehensive answer to that,” Kaberia offered.Munyaka on his side hopes that the newly inaugurated Sports Fund would come in handy to not only see the Nyayo Stadium renovation works completed, but also the other four which had been earmarked to host CHAN.Initially, the government had approved Sh4.2bn for the renovation of Nyayo, Kipchoge Keino, Kinoru and Kasarani which had been set to host the biennial CHAN tourney. With Kasarani already done, focus now shifts to the other three.Sports Cabinet Secretary Ambassador Amina Mohammed addressing the press after inspecting the Nyayo National Stadium on March 28, 2019Kinoru is at the same state as Nyayo, though most of the funding has come through the country government. Kipchoge Keino in Eldoret is miles off target.The country’s top-flight league has been struggling to condense all its matches for the Nairobi based team at either the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos or the Kasarani Stadium – which has been reduced to minimal use – to avoid degenerating the surface as it’s the only one that can host international matches.Alternatively, clubs have been using the deplorable Ruaraka Complex which has been slammed by several coaches.Amina who is still familiarizing herself with the ministry is however confident that the contractors will be able to finish the job in time. Her predecessors, Hassan Wario and Rashid Echesa danced to similar tunes all through their tenure in office.Nyayo was closed down early 2017 for renovations but was briefly opened for the Mashemeji Derby in August 2017 before its permanent closure for CHAN preparations. Since then, it has been the all familiar tune of unfulfilled promises.By Thursday, apart from the seating area being plastered with plastic chairs, the playing surface looked to be well on course while the VIP pavilion and the rooms there-in were only waiting on the final finishing touches.The playing surface is the only positive from the refurbishment of the Nyayo National StadiumThe dressing rooms are yet to be completed. It is yet unclear whether the worn-out tartan track will be pulled out for a fresh one, something that will attract yet another lengthy closure.The Stadium was hurriedly patched up to host last year’s Jamhuri Day as well as the First Lady Half Marathon early this month.Sports fans all across the country have been asking why the government has not advanced the same energy towards the stadium’s core function; hosting sports events.0Shares0000(Visited 93 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Seats around the terrace area, which are being laid to mirror the national flag were being fitted, with the lower tier of green at 70pc completionNAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 28 – The wait by football and athletics enthusiasts to watch their favorite sport at the country’s second largest sporting facility, the Nyayo National Stadium, will have to chill for another unspecified period with the government waxing lyrical – for the umpteenth time – about it’s opening.The government has been giving hope and promises of its opening since 2018, a year after the stadium was initially closed for renovations ahead of Kenya’s botched opportunity to host the African Nations Championship (CHAN).last_img read more

Gor Mahia smacked by USM Alger in Blida

first_imgGor will need a 3-0 win in Nairobi or a victory of more than four goals to proceed to the group stages for the first time in their history.By half time, Gor Mahia’s goose was already cooked as they were already 3-0 down, having conceded two goals in two minutes. Meftaaah had scored his second off a penalty at the stroke of half time before Benchaa made it 3-0 in the first minute of added time.Gor were made to chase for most of the game, with the home side who beat them 2-1 in the group stages of the Confederations Cup last season enjoying the lion’s share of possession.As early as the third minute, Gor keeper David Mapigano had been forced to work, coming out to narrow the angle and deny Benchaa one on one.-Meftaah opener The Algerian outfit continued to pile the pressure on Gor and it bore fruit in the 16th minute when Meftaah broke the deadlock with a wicked volley unmarked from the right.Mouaid Ellafi did all the work on the left to dance away from Dickson Ambundo before floating a cross that evaded both Charles Momanyi and Joash Onyango to land gracefully into Meftaah’s waiting feet.They came close again in the 21st minute when Moustapha Kheiraoui forced a great save off Mapigano after flicking a header off an Abdelkarim Zouari freekick.Benchaa had another chance four minutes later, but his volley from another of Ellafi’s crosses went over.Gor had their first chance at goal one minute later, but Nicholas Kipkurui’s header off a Boniface Omondi cross was an easy save for USM Alger goalkeeper Smail Mansouri. Gor seemed to have picked some confidence and began to hold some possession.-Two goals in two minutes However, all that was cut out within two crazy minutes late in the half. Meftaah completed his brace from the penalty spit in the 45th minute after Gor keeper Mapigano fouled Benchaa in the box.Benchaa then made amends for his earlier miss from a sitter with a superb goal in the first minute of added time, finding space in the middle of crowded legs to curl in a beauty that bounced off both posts before going into the net past a dazed Mapigano.At the start of the second half, Gor made changes, Kipkurui coming off for Samwel Onyango.The brief spell of dominance after the breather saw Gor reduce the gap to 3-1 after Muguna converted from the spot, following Tahar Benkhalifa’a handball off a Charles Momanyu effort from a corner.The small hope of a comeback was thwarted with 14 minutes left when Benchaa scored his second after reacting quickest when Mapigano pushed Zakaria Haddouche’s freekick against the crossbar. Just before that, Gor dodged a bullet when Abderrahim Hamra’s header off a corner it the bar.0Shares0000(Visited 69 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia players line up before a past Kenyan Premier League match. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 16 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have been left with a mountain to climb after suffering a 4-1 thrashing at the hands of Algerian side USM Alger on Sunday night in the first leg of the CAF Champions League first round in Blida.Zakaria Benchaa and Mohammed Meftaah scored a brace each as the Algerian champions put themselves firmly in control ahead of the second leg to be played in Nairobi in two weeks time. Skipper Kenneth Muguna scored Gor’s consolation from the spot.last_img read more

Sherwood sweating on Aston Villa striker’s fitness ahead of FA Cup semi-final

first_img1 Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor Tim Sherwood will wait until the last minute before deciding on whether to pick Gabby Agbonlahor in Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool.The forward injured his hamstring during last weekend’s 1-0 win over Tottenham, making him a doubt for this weekend’s cup clash at Wembley.Since Sherwood’s arrival the 28-year-old has formed a formidable partnership with Christian Benteke, with the pair of them hitting 11 goals in their past seven games.But, Villa may have to cope without Agbonlahor for Sunday’s semi-final with the Reds as Sherwood sweats over his fitness.“Ciaran Clark has come off with a bad medial ligament injury so he will not be fit,” said Sherwood.“Gabby we are going to give up until the last possible moment to prove he is fit. Scott Sinclair will be back though.”last_img read more


first_imgFEATURES: Moonshine Coffee Shop, Art and Craft Studio along with Donegal County Council are delighted to welcome the community of Letterkenny to the Sod Turnings Ceremony for the Joe Bonnar Road Letterkenny on Wednesday 8th June 2016 @ 10am. Present at the event is the Cathoirleach Cllr Ciaran Brogan and afterwards the management and staff of Moonshine welcome all back for complimentary refreshments and an opportunity to see the wealth of art and  craft that is linked to our studio from Irish crafters.There will be competition where one lucky winner could be in for a chance of winning a piece of work from the truly gifted Donegal artist Stephen Bennett.It plans to be a very enjoyable morning and Moonshine will enjoy the chance to thank you for the continued loyal custom.SOD TURNING CEREMONY FOR NEW JOE BONNAR ROAD WILL TAKE PLACE TOMORROW was last modified: June 7th, 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:FeaturesMoonshinenewsSod Turninglast_img read more

Newcastle told they must pay £10.5m to land Inter Milan defender

first_imgNewcastle must be willing to pay out at least £10.5m to land Inter Milan defender Jeison Murillo this summer, according to Italian reports.The Colombia international has struggled for consistency this term, and as a result lost his place in Inter’s starting line-up towards the end of the season.Murillo, who made 34 appearances this term, has been linked with a move away from the San Siro, with a number of European clubs eying a potential move for the 24-year-old.As well as Newcastle, Tottenham and Watford have been credited with showing interest, while Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Monaco have also been mooted as keen.And, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter will demand between £10.5m and £13m for Murillo if he is to leave the club this summer.Murillo, who joined from Granada in 2015, is contracted to the Italian giants until the summer of 2020. 1 Jeison Murillo in action for Inter Milan last_img read more


first_imgTHE sun came out in Co Donegal this evening as more than 200 runners took part in the well-organised 5-mile charity run for Relay For Life.The Letterkenny AC event, a perfect warm-up for the North West 10k next month, saw Paddy Brennan from the club first across the line in a time of 25.47.Finn Valley AC’s Teresa McGloin was the first woman across the line in 28.40. All the results are below:Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Club1 389 25.47 Patrick Brennan – Letterkenny A C2 309 27.35 Kevin Ferry – Letterkenny A C3 315 27.44 Ivan Toner – Letterkenny A C4 320 27.54 Neil Gibbons – Letterkenny A C5 161 28.21 Brian Crossan – Individual6 323 28.27 Garvan Walker – Letterkenny A C7 313 28.29 Paul Toner – Letterkenny A C8 182 28.35 Gerard Mc Granaghan – Letterkenny A C9 164 28.40 Teresa Mc Gloin – Finn Valley A C10 12 29.01 Humphrey Murphy – Letterkenny A C11 347 29.04 John Daly – Letterkenny A C12 375 29.05 Joe English – Letterkenny A C13 160 29.08 Brian Ferry – Individual14 141 29.23 Barry Meehan – Letterkenny A C15 200 29.46 Marcus Mc Clintock – Letterkenny A C16 167 29.57 Gerry Mc Monagle – Letterkenny A C17 439 30.00 Michael Logue – Rosses A.C.18 174 30.35 Hugh Duffy – Cranford A C19 17 31.04 John Gibbons – Letterkenny A C20 338 31.07 Paul Gamble – Individual21 316 31.44 Glen Duncan – Letterkenny A C22 6 32.01 John Conlin – Individual23 322 32.12 Gareth Mc Laughlin – Inishowen A C24 342 32.17 Lee Gildea – Letterkenny A C25 440 32.27 Hugh Daly – Letterkenny A C26 334 32.34 Jason King – Letterkenny A C27 346 32.39 Raymond Birch – Individual28 314 32.41 Kevin Toner – Letterkenny A C29 188 32.44 Kevin Piper – Individual30 142 32.54 Kieran Coyle – Letterkenny A C31 298 32.58 Mark Gallagher – Individual32 447 32.59 Barry Coyle – Individual33 339 33.10 Michael Maguire – Individual34 480 33.21 Noel Lynch – Letterkenny A C35 460 33.30 Kieran Mc Monagle – Individual36 326 33.33 Marie Boyle – Individual37 190 33.35 Anthony Mc Daid – Individual38 290 33.40 Garvan Mc Closkey – Letterkenny A C39 197 33.41 Denis Sheils – 24/7 Triathlon40 198 33.45 Thomas Mc Bride – Individual41 179 33.50 Paul Cosgrove – Letterkenny A C42 165 33.55 Gerard Devine – Individual43 327 33.59 Ritchie Raymond – Letterkenny A C44 472 34.05 Seamus Morrison – Letterkenny A C45 289 34.10 Gabriel Mc Crossan – Letterkenny A C46 329 34.15 Darren Beecroft – Individual47 13 34.16 Brian Mc Monagle – Letterkenny A C48 14 34.17 Terry Mc Cauley – Individual49 187 34.29 Mark Curly Coyle – Individual50 18 34.34 Paul Mc Groary – Individual51 140 34.38 Michael Mc Ginty – Individual52 446 34.41 Terence Gallagher – Individual53 297 34.49 Hugh Gallagher – Letterkenny A C54 137 34.50 Nicola Doherty – Individual55 398 34.51 Lester Dobson – Letterkenny A C56 337 34.52 Michael O’Hara – Individual57 20 34.55 Eamonn Patton – Letterkenny A C58 442 35.00 Stephen Gallagher – Individual59 196 35.01 Paul Mc Monagle – Individual60 361 35.04 Shane Keaveney – Individual61 317 35.05 Phil Boyle – Letterkenny A C62 397 35.16 Fintan Bonner – Individual63 394 35.29 Deirdre Diver – Rosses A.C.64 176 35.35 Boyd Robinson – Individual65 191 35.36 Hugh Ferry – Individual66 300 35.53 John Doherty – Individual67 359 35.58 Davin Doherty – Individual68 343 35.59 Helen Mc Cready – Rosses A.C.69 462 36.01 Kieran Doherty – Individual70 163 36.03 Cliodhna Dunne – Finn Valley A C71 448 36.09 Neil Barrett – Individual72 473 36.12 Kieran Mc Hugh – Individual73 310 36.21 Maeve Gallagher – Individual74 373 36.40 `Damien Mc Crory – Individual75 8 36.53 Liam Mc Laughlin – Individual76 357 36.57 Declan Watters – Individual77 183 37.00 Mark Bolton – Letterkenny A C78 370 37.05 Nuala O Hagan – Individual79 483 37.12 Andrew Mc Govern – Individual80 378 37.30 Philip Nicholson – Individual81 162 37.35 Mark O Kane – Letterkenny A C82 341 37.37 Michael Sheils – Individual83 168 37.39 Paul Lee – Individual84 175 37.40 Catherine Mc Kinley – Individual85 311 37.43 Michelle Duffy – Individual86 362 37.48 Damien Daly – Individual87 371 38.15 Cathal Roarty – Letterkenny A C88 324 38.24 Fiona Coyle – Individual89 345 38.25 Jonathan Scanlon – Individual90 351 38.32 Fin Begley – Individual91 356 38.36 Martin Cafferky – Individual92 358 38.36 Conor Pearson – Individual93 374 38.42 Anthony Mc Crea – Individual94 177 38.49 Philip Robinson – Individual95 344 38.56 Maura O Grady – Individual96 193 38.58 Laura Corbett – Letterkenny A C97 349 39.17 Amanda Mc Nulty – Letterkenny A C98 350 39.26 Sheila Mc Gahey – Individual99 481 39.31 Harry Curley – Individual100 321 39.34 Lat Doherty – Individual101 186 39.44 Joe Boyce – Individual102 195 39.47 Colin White – Individual103 443 39.49 Lisa Dalton – Individual104 10 40.18 David Diver – Individual105 312 40.19 Grace Friel – Individual106 352 40.32 Serena Mc Daid – Individual107 192 40.35 Pat Mc Dermot – Individual108 332 40.58 Gerard Doherty – Individual109 360 41.57 John Hall – Individual110 11 42.14 Justin Fleming – Individual111 199 42.14 Suzanne Mc Cluskey – Individual112 166 42.19 Barry Creagh – Individual113 348 42.20 Ruth Mc Crudden – Individual114 181 42.42 Brahim Elassaad – Individual115 354 42.56 Kathleen Kellis – Individual116 470 43.01 Elaine Gallagher – Individual117 471 43.02 Davy Gallagher – Individual118 390 43.03 Orla Nallen – Individual119 363 43.31 Trevor Porter – Individual120 368 43.44 Edith Neely – Individual121 488 43.47 Patrick Ryan – Individual122 325 44.00 Jimmy Gildea – Letterkenny A C123 333 44.02 Malachy Canning – Individual124 331 44.17 Mary Higgins – Individual125 134 44.20 Bernie Crossan – Individual126 441 44.21 Mary Bonner – Individual127 400 44.22 Catherine Crawford – Individual128 367 44.22 Jimmy Gallagher – Individual129 319 44.35 Patricia Nulty – Individual130 353 44.41 Fiona Wasson – Individual131 393 44.42 Rosemary Daly – Individual132 369 44.43 Irene Mc Fadden – Letterkenny A C133 395 44.51 Brenda O Neill – Individual134 291 45.09 Caoimhe Wherrity – Individual135 139 45.12 Jackie Ireland – Individual136 301 46.23 Roisin O Donnell – Individual137 143 46.23 Stacey Hegarty – Individual138 450 47.05 Noelle Sweeney – Individual139 376 47.05 Michelle Sibbald – Individual140 340 47.10 Kieran Mc Hugh – Individual141 299 47.22 Gary Boyle – Lifford A C142 136 47.39 Ann Tinney – Individual143 474 47.50 Lorna Mc Gettigan – Individual144 336 47.52 Sophie Kelly – Individual145 451 48.03 Eoghan Mc Laughlin – Individual146 189 48.03 Niall Doran – Individual147 169 48.40 Fiona Blaney – Individual148 295 49.27 Olivia Gillen – Individual149 296 49.27 Aileen Mc Cullagh – Individual150 294 49.27 Sinead Kelly – Finn Valley A C151 379 49.28 Linda Mc Cann – Individual152 452 50.15 Sandra Mc Cann – Individual153 335 50.15 Kerryann Mc Glynn – Individual154 453 50.17 David Mc Cann – Individual155 178 50.18 Antoinette kelly – Individual156 381 51.20 Martina Mc Brearty – Individual157 355 51.28 Bernie Brennan – Individual158 135 51.28 Marjorie Russell – Individual159 318 51.59 Darina Ferry – Individual160 292 52.31 Deirdre Bonner – Individual161 293 52.31 Joanne Tinney – Individual162 372 53.56 Helena Kenny – Individual163 180 54.50 Donna Mc Bride – Individual164 479 57.52 Tina Lynch – Individual165 482 57.52 Chris Kenny – Individual166 184 58.31 Catriona Costello – Individual167 185 58.33 Dolores Mc Daid – Individual168 377 58.57 Richard Ward – Individual169 328 64.22 Brid Brown – Cranford A C170 391 64.31 Jane Stone – Individual171 330 65.46 Iris Mc Knight – Individual172 172 65.46 Bridie Devenney – Individual173 173 65.46 Amanda Spratt – Individual174 484 68.33 Anne Marie Mc Brearty – Individual175 485 68.33 Cora Mc Bride – Individual176 486 68.47 Louise Dunne – Individual177 487 68.47 Dawn Houston – Individual178 170 69.22 Megan Clay – Individual179 171 69.22 Sophie Moore – Individual180 463 72.26 Sally O Donnell – Individual181 456 72.26 Susanna O Donnell – Individual182 399 74.28 Loraine Moss – Individual183 365 74.28 Claire Mc Glinchey – Individual184 366 74.28 Roisin Boyle – Individual185 489 75.29 Afric Doherty – Individual186 364 75.35 Lorraine Toye – Individual187 478 77.37 Yvonne Brogan – Individual188 445 77.37 Sophia Boyle – Individual189 461 77.37 Jackie Gibbons – Letterkenny A C190 396 77.37 Colette Mc Monagle – Individual191 449 77.38 Kathleen Mc Daid – Letterkenny A C192 459 77.38 Shona Mc Daid – Individual193 387 77.38 Martina Mc Laughlin – Individual194 386 77.39 Martina Doherty – Individual195 466 78.02 Mary Murray – Individual196 465 78.02 Mark Murray – Individual197 384 78.03 Jackie Boyle – Individual198 383 78.04 Martina Boyle – Individual199 382 78.04 Pete Dabel – Individual200 380 78.04 Liam Mc Cann – Letterkenny A C201 388 78.04 Tati Mc Namara – Individual202 457 78.06 Richard Mc Namara – Individual203 458 78.06 Afraic Doherty – Individual204 138 79.57 Isobel Boyle – Individual205 455 79.57 Bernie Walsh – Individual206 444 80.17 Lisa Brown – Individual207 392 80.17 Susan Patterson – Individual208 477 80.17 Leanne Brown – Individual209 194 90.05 Bridget Moran – IndividualTotal :209ATHLETICS: RESULTS FROM THE LETTERKENNY AC RELAY FOR LIFE 5-MILE RUN was last modified: April 18th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket 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first_imgMissing Stanley DillA search is to begin this morning for a man who has been missing from his home since yesterday afternoon.Stanley Dill has been missing from his home in Manorcunningham since 3pm yesterday.His family are becoming increasingly worried about his safety. He was last seen close to the Manor Roundabout at 3.20pm.When last seen the 64 year old from Abbey Villas was wearing a black t-shirt with a red logo, jeans and brown shoes.Volunteers are meeting at the Manor Community Centre at 9am this morning in a bid to search for the missing man.Gardai are aware of the missing man and are also involved in the search. SEARCH LAUNCHED AS FAMILY BECOME CONCERNED ABOUT SAFETY OF MISSING MAN was last modified: October 14th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Warriors’ Steve Kerr: Draymond Green-Kevin Durant squabble not the only drama team had to deal with

first_imgBig anniversary coming up. Got any plans?Come Tuesday, Nov. 12, it will be one year since Draymond Green and Kevin Durant exposed the Warriors’ dirty linen for all of basketball to see.Ancient history? No way. Their heated tiff is still being talked about. Green recently took responsibility for the altercation late in an overtime loss to the Clippers. A week after Green’s mea culpa, Durant confirmed that the unpleasantries that fateful night were a consideration when he decided to leave the …last_img