Madrid plan January spree with Eriksen and van de Beek top of wish list

first_imgAnd van de Beek may also be a stretch after he rebuffed talk of a winter transfer.The Dutch midfielder, 22, told Voetbal after Ajax’s win over Valencia: “I will finish the season at Ajax.”At Real Madrid, they already know that. I do not like to change teams midway through the season.”Whether Zidane can snag his first-choice playmaker target may come down to patience with it also important to make space in his squad by moving on Mariano Diaz and Brahim Diaz in January.Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen tells Danish journalists he’s ready to leave the club REAL MADRID are preparing yet another major signing with reports in Spain naming Christian Eriksen as their top January target.Tottenham still haven’t signed the Dane up to a new contract and Mauricio Pochettino has even dropped him from the side amid the uncertainty over his future.1 Eriksen hasn’t been able to stay in the Tottenham team this seasonCredit: Getty – ContributorBag yourself the best acca with LadbrokesPick up a whole load of acca featuresWant more from your accumulators? Then you’ve hit the jackpot in the hunt to bag yourself the best acca!Ladbrokes boast an unbeatable range of features to help you land the big one from acca insurance and acca tracker to edit my acca and cash out.*Players must be over 18. Log in or register to play. T&Cs apply.Full details of the acca propositions can be found here.According to MARCA, Real want to finally sign the attacking midfielder that Zinedine Zidane has desired when the market reopens.Paul Pogba was his first choice in the summer and Manchester United appear to have successfully warned the Spaniards off by putting a massive price tag on their star man.That makes Eriksen a much better prospect for the January window with Madrid able to pressure Spurs as the Dane has six months left on his contract.And they can even sign a pre-agreement for a free transfer if Tottenham refuse to settle on a fee.The North London club’s struggling start to the season won’t help in their quest to keep Eriksen, with three defeats in four including a 7-2 hammering by Bayern Munich putting immense pressure on Pochettino and the squad.However the picture is only slightly rosier in Madrid, where Los Blancos hold a narrow lead atop La Liga but have made a dismal start to the Champions League group stage.MARCA also name Ajax star Donny van de Beek and Rennes youngster Eduardo Camavinga as options for a January deal.A move for Camavinga would not reinforce the first-team anytime soon however, given that he is only 16 years old with a handful of Ligue 1 games to his name.Latest La Liga NewsGossipGOING DUTCHChelsea ‘to grab Mbuyamba on free deal’ with defender set to leave BarcelonaPicturedKING OF SWINGBale pulls golf pose at training in jibe at critical Real Madrid fansWALKING A FINE LINERonaldo vs Messi ‘not close’ says Lineker as he gushes over Barca iconSET IN HIS WAYSSetien moans that five subs will ruin Barcelona plan of wearing teams downGossip’DEAD’ PAULPogba’s proposed £15m-a-year Real transfer risks wage row after virus pay cutNEY-MBER TWONeymar is second best player in world ahead of Ronaldo, claims ex-Barca chiefTHAT OLD TRICKMessi could leave Barcelona on free via exit clause to allow Old Boys returnGossipNO BALE OUTGareth Bale’s Real Madrid future in limbo with NO firm transfer offers yetlast_img read more

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Stoute, Pride upstaged by weather in Volcanoes draw

first_imgROSEAU, Dominica, (CMC): Kevin Stoute hit a half century and tried to set up a dramatic finish before the weather disrupted a match that promised much for the final time, forcing Barbados Pride to settle for a draw with Windward Islands Volcanoes in the WICB Regional 4-Day Tournament yesterday. Stoute struck four boundaries in an even, unbeaten 50 from 63 balls in around 11/2 hours of batting before the Pride declared on 200 for eight in their first innings, which was badly disrupted by the weather over the first three days of this fifth-round match at Windsor Park, in a bid to gain a few valuable bowling points. Hometown boy Tyrone Theophile, not out on 27, and veteran left-hander Devon Smith, not out on 11, defied the Barbadians for 11 overs in close to an hour after the rescheduled tea break to reach 42 without loss before the weather interrupted once more, bringing the match to an anti-climactic conclusion. The result meant that the Volcanoes earned 6.4 points from the contest, moving to fourth in the standings on 41.6 points, and the Pride collected just four points, keeping them in third on 47.2 points, a long way behind front-running Jamaica Scorpions and Guyana Jaguars, winners in this round of matches. The Volcanoes and Pride – like the rest of the teams around the League – will endure the long break in the tournament for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, plus the Regional Super50 Tournament before picking things back up in March next year. The start on the final day was delayed, following more rain in the Dominica capital overnight and into the early morning hours, but the weather and ground conditions changed so dramatically when umpires Joel Wilson and Jonathan Blades inspected about an hour after the regularly scheduled start that it heightened the prospects of play. When play started four hours later than regularly scheduled, the Pride, resuming from their overnight total of 137 for six, seemed willing to choose discretion, rather than adventure as the best part of valour. But the wickets of left-hander Jonathan Carter, caught behind off Kenroy Peters for 22, and Kenroy Williams, caught at third slip off Mervin Matthew for one, seemed to prompt a change in tactics from Stoute, whose 50 arrived from 63 balls, when he flicked Kyle Mayers to mid-wicket for a single. Kemar Roach chipped a delivery the same bowler into the vacant deep mid-off region next ball to take the visitors to the 200-run threshold, prompting the declaration. Matthew was the pick of the Windwards bowlers with 4-52 from 18 overs and Peters took 2-42 from 11 overs. Tea was immediately taken and, try as they may, the Pride opening attack of Roach and Stoute failed to make the breakthrough in a dash for a couple of bowling points to ease the deficit. Theophile and Smith held firm in between a few lusty blows to ensure there was no drama before the close. DELAYED STARTlast_img read more

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JRU back on track, pips Letran

first_imgCarpio 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ A costly, catty dispute finally settled End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend MOST READ View comments It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson But it hardly mattered against an undermanned Cardinals squad, who dropped to 1-11 for the season. The Generals, meanwhile, improved to 5-6 to move to within half a game out of the playoff circle. —BONG LOZADA, INQUIRER.NETSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Break new groundcenter_img JRU’s Teytey Teodoro (right) evades the defense of Letran’s JP Calvo. —AUGUST DELA CRUZJose Rizal University wasted no time in getting back to the win column by frustrating Letran, 77-68, in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament Thursday at Filoil Flying V Centre.The Heavy Bombers held on to the third seed with a 7-4 record while the Knights slipped to a 5-6 card to hang precariously out of the top four.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Winning start So-Baadur match goes to tiebreaks End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend JRU saw its winning run snapped at four by the Arellano Chiefs and JRU head coach Vergel Meneses praised his team for showing maturity in bouncing back from a loss.“It was important for us to bounce back after we lost to Arellano,” said Meneses in Filipino. “And this win showed the character of the players, that they can recover after a heartbreaking loss.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogIn the second game, Christian Garcia dropped 20 of his 27 points in the first quarter alone and Sidney Onwuebere had 16 points and 15 rebounds as Emilio Aguinaldo College ripped Mapua University, 85-72, to keep its Final Four hopes afloat.Already playing minus big man Hamadou Laminou, who went down with a season-ending ACL injury, the Generals also lost bruiser Juju Bautista, who hurt his shoulder in a previous match. A costly, catty dispute finally settledlast_img read more

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Prosecute Belgian Millionaire for ‘Economic Sabotage’

first_imgMr. Amos Brosious, the former general manager of Ducor Petroleum, who was exonerated from the crime of economic sabotage, has advised government to prosecute Mr. Charles Carron, a Belgian millionaire.Carron had accused Brosious of diverting over US$1.7million from Ducor Petroleum Inc, claiming that the act was a direct attack against the country he described as “nothing less than economic sabotage.”   Carron owns the Monrovia Oil Trading Company (MOTC), of which Mr. James Sirleaf, one of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s sons, is general manager. He also owns a 90% share in Ducor Petroleum.But, the Criminal Court ‘C’ in its judgment this past December, declared that Carron failed to produce enough evidence to link Brosious to the commission of the crime economic sabotage.Presiding Judge Peter Gbenewelah ruled that Brosious produced documentary and oral evidence on the profit and the use of the funds generated by the company.Speaking to journalists from his Freeport office, Brosious lauded the Judiciary, especially Judge Gbenewelah, for the level of transparency demonstrated during the entire trial.He was disappointed by the government’s decision not to arrest and prosecute Carron on the charge of economic sabotage.“My worst concern is that Carron was not arrested for prosecution by the government since he could not prove the economic sabotage charge.” “I proved my innocence even though he said that I re-directed over US$1.7million dollar’s worth of petroleum products. The company has generated over US$5million in profits, since 2006,” Brosious said, adding “Government should have him account for that money.” “The court has established my innocence in connection with ‘economic sabotage’—an accusation that Carron had been using to dodge the payment of taxes and other required fees to government,” he claimed, “ Isn’t that economic sabotage,” he wondered?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Zimmer hopes to hear from Ethics Commissioner on Wednesday at Ethics Committee meeting

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Ethics Committee Chair, Local MP Bob Zimmer, has called an emergency meeting of the Parliamentary Ethics Committee for this Wednesday on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s SNC-Lavalin affair.According to Zimmer, the meeting has been called under two motions, by Conservative and NDP MPs, to hear from the Ethics Commissioner, Mario Dion, about his report on Trudeau’s SNC-Lavalin affair.The Ethics Commissioner appearing before the Committee is pending on the Committee’s decision; a committee which is heavily weighted by the Liberals.- Advertisement -Zimmer says he believes Canadians are interested in hearing more details about the affair and that there are a number of details that he feels Canadians are not aware of within the report.“I think what most Canadians are curious to hear is a bit more of the details about the SNC affair and there are quite a few details in the Commissioner’s report that I don’t think have heard. We’ve heard about some big topical areas, about the corruption or the alleged pressure that was put on Jody Wilson-Raybould and those kinds of things but there’s a lot more there that will be talked about on Wednesday.”Zimmer says he will see where it goes and hopes that they will hear from the Commissioner at the meeting on Wednesday.Advertisementlast_img read more

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Man United’s line up to play Paris Saint-Germain – exciting times for the Red Devils

first_img1 Manchester United prepare for their final pre-season fixture against PSG with new signings still in need of game-time ahead of the new Premier League season.A minor injury kept Bastian Schweinsteiger out of the side during United’s last friendly – a 3-1 victory over Barcelona – but Red Devils’ boss Louis van Gaal hopes the World Cup winner will be fit for the first fixture of the 2015/16 campaign, against Tottenham, and could yet make an appearance against PSG in Chicago.Following their impressive win over treble-winning Barca at the weekend, in which United made wholesale line up changes during the game, expect a similar approach from Van Gaal against the French champions.The Dutchman will likely start with a strong starting XI, before rotating later in the match, as United aim to complete a 100 per cent record from their US tour fixtures.Here’s a possible starting XI… How would you like to see Man United line up? Comment below.center_img 1last_img read more

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Insider Trading: De Bruyne nears Man City switch, Martinez reacts to Stones rumours and more

first_imgtalkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip.He brings news of the Kevin De Bruyne latest, is there light at the end of the tunnel in one of the biggest transfer sagas of the summer?Roberto Martinez reacts to reports that John Stones has handed in a transfer request at Everton and talkSPORT hears if there is any truth behind the rumours.He also discusses the imminent moves for Brentford’s Andre Gray to Burnley and Tottenham’s Frederico Fazio to West Brom.Here’s some of the top transfer rumours on talkSPORT.com:Manchester City agree personal terms with Wolfsburg star Kevin De BruyneBurnley close to £9m deal for Brentford striker Andre GrayArsenal scouts sent to watch Germany star BenderArsenal not close to new signing, admits WengerChelsea target John Stones has not handed in transfer request insists Everton boss MartinezNorwich fail with £15m move for Stoke City forward Jonathan WaltersPSG rival Manchester City in chase for French defenderTottenham defender Fazio undergoes medical ahead of West Brom move‘It’s vital Southampton keep Manchester United target Sadio Mane’, Saints hero tells talkSPORT‘Manchester United’s hesitancy in Pedro and Otamendi deals are baffling’, talkSPORT toldReports: Manchester City starlet signs for MarseilleCrystal Palace manager Alan Pardew eyeing reunion with former Newcastle defender Davide Santonlast_img read more

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Business group to support candidates

first_imgWHITTIER – The Presidents’ Council, a pro-business and development group, has established a political action committee to raise money for City Council candidates.Allan Nakken, the council’s founder, said the 100-member group already has decided to support Councilwoman Cathy Warner and Councilman Joe Vinatieri in the April election and Councilman Greg Nordbak in 2010.“We’re going to fund people who want to see our city change, get better and get cleaned up,” Nakken said.Left off the endorsement list are Mayor Owen Newcomer and Councilman Bob Henderson. The lawsuit is pending in Norwalk Superior Court.Both sides have swapped offers, but no settlement has been reached.Nakken criticized the conservancy’s decision at the time, saying it was potentially stopping the development of a Portillo’s Restaurant.The restaurant is expected to gross $5.8 million annually, Nakken said. That would mean $58,000 annually in sales tax to the city.“I think we’re missing a great opportunity,” he said.Henderson pointed out that the restaurant was asking the city for a subsidy – as much as half the sales tax that would be generated.“While it was never settled, the only way it was coming in was with a subsidy from the city,” he said. “We would give away at least half that sales tax over four years. I don’t think that economic argument makes much sense.”Still, Henderson and Newcomer said they’re not bothered by the Presidents’ Council deciding to raise money and give it to candidates – possibly in opposition to them.“It’s a good thing for people to be involved in the political process,” Newcomer said. “Hopefully, we can find some common ground and make Whittier a better place to live.”Vinatieri said he, too, thinks it’s a good idea for more involvement.“I think what it says is the Presidents’ Council is very serious about what they’re doing and making a difference for the community from their philosophical viewpoint,” he said.Dorothea Boyd, president of the conservancy, said she isn’t surprised by the Presidents’ Council’s entry into city politics.“I would expect them to do it because I know their agenda,” Boyd said.The PAC’s steering committee consists of Don Alvarado, senior counsel for Smart and Final; Leighton Anderson, an attorney and Whittier Union High School District board member; Jeff Ball, president of Friendly Hills Bank; Bob Haendiges, an attorney; Nakken; and Ron Ridout, owner of Cornerstone Realty.mike.sprague@sgvn.com(562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022160Want 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 MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre But Nakken said as of now he doesn’t know of any other candidates running in 2008.“Our game is not to bring candidates in,” he said. “We will fund existing candidates in 2008.”The Presidents’ Council was founded last spring in response to the controversy over whether three California Domestic Water Co. buildings across from the Whittwood Town Center should be considered historic and saved.The City Council in May voted 3-2 – Henderson and Newcomer dissenting – to allow the buildings to be demolished.A couple of weeks later, the Whittier Conservancy sued the city, seeking to prevent the demolition of the three buildings.last_img read more

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DDTV: VIDEO OF A DONEGAL FAN’S DAY AT CROKE PARK

first_imgTHE GAA slogan says that you can’t beat being there. And you really can’t.For those of you who couldn’t make it to Croke Park on Sunday, the good people at jacksonsmediatv took along a video camera.And this view from the Hogan Stand (must be loaded!) is worth watching.There’s even a cameo role later on from Seamus Coleman! Click to play.  DDTV: VIDEO OF A DONEGAL FAN’S DAY AT CROKE PARK was last modified: August 27th, 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 (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:DDTV: VIDEO OF A DONEGAL FAN’S DAY AT CROKE PARKlast_img read more

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RESULTS! WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE CONVOY GAA 5K?

first_imgSenior men’s winner Martin MooneyJackie Harvey – Women’s 50-plus winnerShannon McLaughlin – Senior women’s winnerJoe McCarthy – Men’s 50plus winnerJude O’Donnell Men’s 40-plus winnerST MARY’S GAA Club in Convoy has staged another excellent and successful 5k.Find out where you came below (pix Gabrielle Gallagher) 1 Martin Mooney Inishowen AC 17.092 Jack McBride Finn Valley 17.383 Jude O’Donnell Individual 17.434 Warren Blackburn Convoy AC 18.18 5 Dermot McElchar Individual 18.226 Clint Doherty LK 247 18.227 Brendan Irwin Finn Valley 18.318 Joe McCarthy City of Derry 18.409 Adrian Gill United Health Group 18.5610 Francis Gildea Individual 19.05 11 Michael McHugh Milford AC 19.0712 Martin Anderson Finn Valley 19.1413 Martin Irwin Finn Valley 19.1514 Daniel Duggan Individual 19.33 15 Shaun Boyce Individual 19.3516 Barry Mackey Individual 19.3617 Cathal Morrison Individual 19.3718 Paul Gildea Individual 19.4119 Eddie Carr Cambuslang AC 19.4920 Philip Lynch Individual 19.5821 Paddy McCauley Individual 20.0522 Adrian McHugh Convoy AC 20.0723 Gary Gillen Individual 20.0724 PJ Friel Individual 20.1625 Patrick McNulty LK 247 20.1926 Gerard McCafferty Tir Chonaill AC 20.2527 Patrick McGeever Individual 20.2728 Edward Gallagher Individual 20.2729 Eamonn Connolly Aughyaran 20.2830 Eimear McDermott Finn Valley 20.4431 Ton Bangert Lifford AC 20.4832 Anthony Murray Individual 20.5033 Eamonn Carr Cambuslang AC 21.0034 Shannon McLaughlin Finn Valley 21.0735 Angus Hunter Individual 21.1836 Gerard McConnell Individual 21.1937 Mark Mailey Convoy AC 21.2738 Adrian O’Donnell Individual 21.3039 Christopher Diver Individual 21.3640 Eugene McGinley Individual 21.3741 Sam Faulkner Individual 21.3942 David Connors Milford AC 21.4043 Daniel Cullen Letterkenny AC 21.4144 Johnny Stewart Drumoghill RC 21.4245 Benny Bonner Individual 21.4246 Mitchell McLaughlin Individual 21.4947 Patrick McDaid Lifford Fit For Life 21.5048 Maeve Culhane Individual 21.5149 Danny McDermott Convoy AC 21.5550 Charlie Deeney Raphoe RC 21.5651 Wesley Vance Individual 22.0452 Joseph Casey Individual 22.0653 Imelda Gallagher Individual 22.0654 Shaun McDermott Individual 22.1655 Emmett McNulty Individual 22.1856 Paul Kelly LK 247 22.2557 Don Smith Convoy AC 22.2658 Dermot Gallagher Individual 22.2659 Brian Duffy Individual 22.3260 John Kelly Individual 22.3461 Jackie Harvey Tir Chonaill AC 22.3662 Denise McGahern Individual 22.3663 Mary Gallagher Individual 22.4364 Edel McCarthy Foyle Valley 22.5765 Ryan Galvin Finn Valley 23.0366 Barry O’Donnell Convoy AC 23.0467 Laird McKinley United Health Group 23.1168 Sarah Doherty Convoy AC 23.1769 Andrew McCullum Individual 23.2070 Brian Dohery Drumoghill RC 23.2171 Seamus Connolly Individual 23.2972 Fionnuala Britton Individual 23.3373 Michael McGlinchey Individual 23.3674 Bernie Martin KCR 23.4075 Martin McCrody Individual 23.4276 Grace O’Donnell Convoy AC 23.4377 Seamus O’Donnell Convoy AC 23.4478 Marie McColgan Finn Valley Fit For Life 23.4479 Clara Carroll Finn Valley 23.4580 Paula Donaghy Convoy AC 23.5881 Abby O’Connor Finn Valley 23.5982 Amy McMenamin Finn Valley 24.0183 Terence Quinn Raphoe RC 24.0284 Kayleigh Ferry Individual 24.0585 Wendy Goudie Individual 24.0686 Cathal McBride Convoy AC 24.0987 Fiona Deeney Raphoe RC 24.1188 Bernie Crossan Finn Valley 24.1589 Eileen Morning Individual 24.4890 Tommy Doherty Drumoghill RC 24.5091 Linda Macbeth Raphoe RC 24.5192 Lisa Kilpatrick Raphoe RC 24.5593 Brian McCaffrey Convoy AC 25.1194 Margo Carlin Individual 25.1595 Irene McNulty Convoy AC 25.1796 Kayleigh Smith Convoy AC 25.1897 Marjan Bangert Lifford AC 25.3098 Mary Doherty Convoy AC 25.3399 Lauren Guthrie Individual 25.40100 Conor Crawford Individual 25.40101 Cora Harvey Finn Valley Fit For Life 25.45102 Lauren Taylor Finn Valley 26.25103 Victoria Kelly Individual 26.25104 Martin Crawford United Health Group 26.36105 Shaun McGuire Individual 26.42106 Kathy Kelly Finn Valley Fit For Life 26.46107 Maureen McBrearty Individual 26.47108 Syvia McGeever Individual 27.00109 Laura McGinley Individual 27.08110 Amanda Stevenson Individual 27.09111 Leanne Quinn Individual 27.14112 Kendra Wilson Individual 27.17113 Latisha Strain Individual 04:04114 Martina Grant Convoy AC 27.27115 Michael McCaffrey Convoy AC 27.28116 Marie Duffy Finn Valley Fit For Life 27.33117 Aoife McGinley Raphoe RC 27.36118 Paul Gillen Individual 27.39119 Kay Bonner Convoy AC 27.40120 Fiona Black Individual 27.41121 Dolina Laird Convoy AC 27.43122 Tyler Harkin Individual 27.56123 Trevor Gordon Individual 27.58124 John Callen Individual 28.12125 Mary McBrearty Individual 28.14126 Ellie Barron Individual 28.19127 Paul Barron Individual 28.19128 Aoise Gildea Individual 28.21129 Kevin McNulty Individual 28.28130 Fionnuala McBride Castlefin Runners 28.48131 Ashleen Temple Individual 28.53132 Hannah Parkinson Convoy AC 28.54133 Rosanna Byrne Individual 29.16134 Nuala Friel KRC 29.21135 Nuala Allan Raphoe RC 29.22136 Francis Spencer Individual 29.27137 Lucinda Magee Drumoghill RC 29.3138 Oran Patterson Individual 29.4139 Catherine Gilligan Drumoghill RC 29.42140 Colm McHugh Individual 30.12141 Aoife Harper Individual 30.12142 Betty Gallen Aughyaran 30.13143 Martina Cush Convoy AC 30.18144 Tanya Hall Convoy AC 30.18145 Kevin McGlinchey Raphoe RC 30.20146 Shauna Ward Individual 30.21147 Hugh WARd Individual 30.22148 Colleen O’Brien Aughyaran 30.31149 Josh Gildea Individual 30.48150 Paddy Gildea Convoy AC 30.49151 Margaret Callen Convoy AC 30.54152 Eugene Boyle Castlefin Runners 30.59153 Louise Doherty Individual 30.59154 Maud Boyle Castlefin Runners 30.59155 Jackie Toland Individual 31.04156 Aine Deasley Individual 31.13157 Jessica McLaughlin Individual 31.44158 Jordan Gallagher Individual 32.22159 Patricia O’Brien Aughyaran 32.52160 Rhonda Strain Raphoe RC 33.10161 Josephine Duggan Drumoghill RC 33.35162 Lena O’Reilly KRC 33.36163 Julie Cole Convoy AC 33.41164 Olivia Strain Raphoe RC 33.53165 Clare Tinney Individual 34.11166 Edel Flynn Individual 34.11167 Shauna McNamee Individual 34.37168 Willie Breen Convoy AC 34.47169 Gemma McBride Convoy AC 34.47170 Noreen Doherty Drumoghill RC 35.11171 Ava Doherty Drumoghill RC 35.18172 Oran Taylor Individual 35.32173 Wesley McClean Individual 35.49174 Aine Gallagher Individual 35.49175 Deirdre Deasley Individual 35.58176 Liz Gallen KRC 38.1177 Ciara McDaid Individual 38.35178 Stephani Harper Individual 38.36179 Jack McNamee Individual 40.07180 Aine Patterson Individual 41.44181 Amy McNamee Individual 41.44182 Anne McElchar Individual 42.08183 Grainne McElchar Individual 42.08184 Jacinta McBride Convoy AC 42.08185 Louise Cullen Individual 42.58186 Mary Harper Individual 43.08187 Sandra Tinney Individual 43.08188 Conor McDaid Individual 43.08189 Amy McBride Individual 43.29190 Sarah McBride Individual 43.29191 Karen Gallen Individual 43.29192 Mandy Woods Convoy AC 44.50193 Louise McNamee Individual 45.02194 Victoria Kelly Individual 45.02195 Mary Bonner Individual 46.15196 Majella McMullan Individual 46.15197 John McMullan Individual 46.26198 Jimmy Gallagher Individual 46.26RESULTS! WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE CONVOY GAA 5K? was last modified: August 12th, 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)Tags:Convoy 5KGAAResultsSt Maryslast_img read more

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