Vigilante justiceIn the face of a seemingly growing trend of vigilante justice in recent weeks, youth leader and former A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) parliamentarian, Attorney-at-Law James Bond is the latest to come out in strong condemnation of these acts, urging citizens not to take the law into their own hands.Over the past two weeks, there have been several cases of vigilantism, particularly in cases where robberies were committed or suspected, which resulted in at least two deaths and serious injuries.Politician and youth leader, Attorney-at-Law James BondAt least one suspected bandit was beaten by residents in North Ruimveldt and another in Charlotte Street, Georgetown, while 24-year-old Colin Perreira of Barr Street, Kitty, was shot dead and his friend, Gailann Chacon, 20, of Port Kaituma, North West District, Region One seriously injured, as they attempted to turn their car on the bridge of a Tucville businessman. The businessman claimed that he thought that he was going to be robbed by the young miner.On Wednesday, Bond said this growing trend is frightening, as he singled out the Tuesday night incident involving Perreria which also saw his girlfriend sustaining severe injuries.“I said ‘James, this could be you, because you could be driving’ and I was driving and taking one of my staff home at Lusignan (East Coast Demerara) and the same thing… I turned back at somebody’s gap, like the young man that died there last night (Tuesday), that could have been me,” Bond said.The Attorney said while he understood persons may feel threatened and react spontaneously, they must allow the law to take its course.“You cannot just take justice in your own hands and I think Guyanese at this stage need to understand that is wrong. If you apprehend someone and they are no threat to you, you must turn that person over to the Police absolutely. Do not beat, do not maim, do not injure, do not disfigure… much more you murder someone,” Bond advised.The youth leader is pleading with citizens not to react in such a violent manner, as already lives have been lost.“I want to advise and admonish all Guyanese, as an Attorney, as a law-abiding citizen, to desist from same. I know you may feel under threat; I know you may feel fearful for your lives and livelihoods, but at the end of the day, you may get it wrong,” Bond stated.Last week, residents of North Ruimveldt, Georgetown captured two men who attempted to rob a barber of his jewellery after storming his home. The men were severely beaten and the Police were then summoned.Then a few days later a man was severely beaten after attempting to snatch a chain at Bourda Market, Georgetown.That was followed by the shooting death of a 20-year-old suspected bandit and a sound beating of his accomplice after they attempted to rob a Sara Johanna businessman.There have been a number of other cases of vigilantism caused deaths over the years in Guyana, for which persons were charged and even convicted.
…promises to deliberate on NIS, compensationAurora Gold Mine (AGM) on Saturday issued notices to its workers, granting them their second quarterly bonus and further committing towards progress on unionisation, compensation and other issues that were raised when the workers initiated strike actions.One miner shared that since the appointment of new human resources personnel, they have seen improvement in working conditions.A letter was issued to employees by the Chief Operation Officer, Suresh Kalathil, granting the second quarterly bonus of 7.6 per cent on July 25, while asserting that the formula for the next bonus will be reviewed.The notice, seen by this publication, indicated that a Site Compensation Committee will be established by August 31, to review “compensation related issues including those related to contract employment”.By October, the final report will be produced. Contributions to the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) will also be reviewed.As it relates to severance payments, Kalathil stated, “In all cases where termination of employment is required, AGM will abide by the Employment Legislation and Regulations of Guyana. As this topic relates to the possible Aurora Mining Alliance, I state that no decision has been made yet regarding this possible venture”.Nevertheless, they have agreed to foster discussions on the unionisation of workers, a factor which was heavily opposed in the inception. Town hall meetings will be held with staffers to ensure that the yearly target is achieved.Canadian-based Guyana Gold Fields is the parent company behind AGM’s operations. Earlier this month, over 200 workers had downed their tools and initiated strike actions for two days after calls mounted for them to be officially represented by a union and other improved working conditions and wages. They are demanding better wages, better quality food and laundry services, out of town allowance, missing NIS contributions and severance payments.While some opted to head home during the strike, others headed down to the Social Protection Ministry’s Labour Department after leaving the mines. This publication spoke to several workers, including one who revealed what concerns drove the workers to strike.“There were certain concerns raised by those who were contract workers for four years and so on, and they haven’t been given any confirmation. There are cases where some workers are truck drivers and others are utility operators. That means they can operate many other equipment. And they’re paid on the same rate as the truck drivers,” the worker said.Because of these actions, the company stated that three days without operation resulted in an estimated 22,500 ounces of unprocessed ore. Despite this, the company claimed a few days ago that Aurora Gold Mine recorded a 45 per cent increase in gold production.It produced 37,000 ounces of gold for the second quarter of 2019 and a total of 74,000 ounces for the first half of the year.On this note, the company said that it is on track to achieve its 2019 production, which ranges from 145,000 to 160,000 ounces of gold.Aurora Gold Mine
The next closest is just over 250 thousand in Williams Lake, followed by Prince George at about 247 thousand.At the opposite end of the scale, is Mackenzie with the lowest average price, at just under 84 thousand…about 75 thousand less than Kitimat.The only other Northeast member community, with more than 10 residential sales in the last three years, is Fort Nelson…where the average price is just under 240 thousand. The BC Northern Real Estate Board says first quarter housing sales were significantly higher this year than in 2009.It says sales through March 31st in 12 listed member communities, totalled 887 properties worth more than 180 million dollars.That compares to 589 properties worth about 117 million in the first three months of last year.- Advertisement -In the Fort St. John area 121 properties worth nearly 32 million dollars changed hands, as compared to the 2009 totals of 80 properties worth nearly 18 million.The average selling price of a Fort St. John area residential detached home, as of the end of last month, was slightly more than 328 thousand dollars.That’s up nearly 55 thousand from the same time last year, and is by far the highest price among the 12 listed communities.Advertisement
“That was just bad energy. I was very disappointed with our effort,” coach Bobby Braswell said. “We never got it going, and that’s very frustrating.” The Matadors limp into their final four games of the season in serious need of a recharge if they expect to stick around in the Big West Conference tournament beginning March 7. The lead changed seven times in the first half, as both teams tried to find their rhythm in a relatively meaningless matchup between distant opponents that had never played each other. Northridge, ahead 35-34 at halftime, stayed competitive on the strength of its defense, holding Cleveland State to 34.5 percent shooting – but five 3-pointers – through the first 20 minutes. Thomas Shewmake, who averaged 24.5 points over the previous two games, managed just two points with three turnovers in 14 first-half minutes. But he turned it on the second half and finished with 16 points with 11 rebounds and two blocks. NORTHRIDGE – Cal State Northridge’s fortunes took another tumble Saturday in a 85-76 nonconference basketball loss to lightly regarded Cleveland State (9-19) before a unenthused crowd of 575 at the Matadome. Playing against an opponent that had lost five in a row, Northridge (12-14) blew a five-point second-half lead and was outscored 15-8 over the final two and half minutes.” “Our energy level was really low,” center Thomas Shewmake said. “We were flat all around. It was a horrible game.” There was a time this season when the Matadors prided themselves on winning at home, but they’ve now lost three of their past home games and six of their past eight overall. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“There is a ton of potential down there. It’s really quite charming,” said Simi Valley City Councilwoman Barbra Williamson, who rides her bicycle there regularly and has been pushing for the project to beautify the arroyo. “We want to incorporate parks into the setting of the arroyo, where mothers can go with their children, where you can go for running, walking and bike riding.” A task force made up mainly of officials from the city and the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District is working with a consultant to prepare some beautification proposals. “At this point it’s kind of a collage of ideas,” said Jeff Ferber, a landscape architect and principal with the RRM Design Group, hired by the city to work on the project. Officials hope to hold a public meeting in about a month to show some concepts to local residents and get their ideas. Right now Arroyo Simi doesn’t appeal to as many people as it could, with homes, parks and businesses backing up to the waterway, rather than banks decorated with lush greenery and colorful landscaping, Ferber said. “You have decades and decades and decades of people turning their back to the arroyo,” he said. “It’s not very friendly right now. You don’t have the sense it is inviting.” He spoke to city officials at a recent planning meeting and offered improvements – pedestrian bridges, walkways, stairs and overlooks, including one featuring cascading water near the old Pioneer Cemetery. He showed how parklike walkways could be extended off the arroyo to Simi Valley Historic Park and along Tapo Canyon Creek, which leads past Sycamore Drive Community Center into a historic neighborhood around the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center. He also suggested expanding the nearby Rancho Simi Community Park to reach out into the arroyo and said the old hospital property across the arroyo at Erringer Road could be developed commercially to face the waterway. In the 1800s, developers hoping to lure investors from back east portrayed the Arroyo Simi as a beautiful river full of big fish and enough water to float a paddle-wheel steamer. The early settlers, however, found the arroyo to be a nearly dry creek bed most of the year and a raging torrent during winter rains. Because of development, there is now almost always a little water running through the arroyo, which can still turn into a rush of whitewater during storms. Flood-control experts have spent millions of dollars trying to create a safe channel for the arroyo so it won’t overflow its banks and flood homes and businesses. Ventura County Watershed Protection District officials have warned there are still spots that could be inadequate to handle what is called a “100-year flood,” or one that has a 1 percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year. Safety will continue to be the first priority, officials said, but much more can be done to make the banks of the river more inviting, including some relatively low-cost improvements to parks, and walkways that could be built with already-available funding. “Once you start creating an awareness of the arroyo, people will care more about beautifying it,” Williamson said. Some residents who live along the arroyo might be opposed to the beautification effort out of fear that it might attract crime, city officials said. But Ferber said studies show that crime rates go down rather than up in neighborhoods with such projects because the trails result in more members of the community watching out for each other. “There are a lot of schools and parks with potential for connecting those public places to the arroyo as a kind of necklace,” he said. “It makes it easier that the Arroyo Simi is not a concrete (channel) like the Los Angeles River. The bottom is natural.” While some parts of the Arroyo Simi are lined with rocks to stabilize the slopes and have concrete grade-stabilizers along the bottom, other parts look almost completely natural, with sandy bottoms and plants and trees along the shore. The Arroyo Equestrian Center, Vista Del Arroyo Park, Frontier Park and Rancho Simi Community Park are some of the recreational facilities already situated along the arroyo. Improvements have to be affordable, Councilman Steve Sojka said, but they can also be imaginative, stirring community interest in the arroyo as a gathering place, Councilman Steve Sojka said. “The potential is huge,” he said, “but a lot of people don’t even know about it.” email@example.com (805) 583-7602160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SIMI VALLEY For more than a century, it has meandered through town – sometimes as a trickle, sometimes as a torrent. While some residents have enjoyed Arroyo Simi’s natural beauty, many more barely know of its existence. Either way, it has continued its 12-mile run from Corriganville Park to Moorpark in relative obscurity, hidden behind strip malls. Now, community leaders are launching an effort to give the arroyo a face-lift.
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp believes that their poor form away from Loftus Road is down to playing some ‘fantastic’ teams after he saw his side lose to Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.The R’s are yet to win away from from home in the Premier League this season and fell to a 2-0 defeat as goals from Ki Sung-Yueng and Wayne Routledge secured victory for Garry Monk’s men.But Redknapp was quick to take the heat off of his players claiming that his side have faced tougher opposition away from west London.“We’ve played good teams away from home this season, who have got fantastic players, and its hard in this division, you look at West Brom losing to West Ham, Leicester losing to Liverpool and Burnley drawing with Newcastle – its tough in this league.”The former Portsmouth and West Ham manager is now looking for some home comfort as they look to get back to winning ways against Burnley on Saturday.“We’ve got some home games coming up, and they will be vital for us, the next three or four home games are all big games. We have had a couple recently and managed to win them [over Aston Villa and Leicester].“Now we have got Burnley, West Brom and Crystal Palace coming up and we need to pick up some points from those games,” Redknapp added.On the game itself, the Rangers manager was quick to praise his number one Robert Green who pulled off a number of fine stops.“[Green] was fantastic tonight,” cooed the 67-year-old. “He is a top class keeper and a great professional, but in the last four or five years Swansea have been playing some great football, and Garry Monk has continued that and anyone coming here will find it difficult to win, just ask Arsenal the other week.
Looking sharp in their Evolve clothing. The Donegal team after today’s Ulster Final.We’re not sure if Jim McGuinness gave them his blessing to go out and celebrate tonight.But there’s no question the Donegal team will stand out if they are out on the town after being rigged out for the Ulster Final once again by EvolveMenswear.Champions deserve to be dressed by the best. Here’s hoping there’ll be a couple of more changes of clothing before a possible All-Ireland final appearance!Well done boys. ‘EVOLVING’ INTO ULSTER CHAMPIONS REALLY SUITS DONEGAL! was last modified: July 20th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalevolve menswearULSTER CHAMPIONS
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Court documents outline a steamy tale of racy Web ads and rave online reviews over sultry afternoon trysts arranged by the elderly ex-grocer for his younger ex-wife – a Doris Day lookalike billed as “Brieanne: The Ultimate Courtesan” – as well as other women from Beverly Hills and Newport Beach. It was in June that deputies received a tip from an anonymous informant worried that Weiss, a registered Realtor, was performing “prostitution services” at her Thousand Oaks home while her 11- and 13-year-old children visited on weekends, according to an affidavit in support of a search warrant filed by Ventura County sheriff’s vice detective John Wright. “The (citizen informant) is concerned because the prostitution activity is occurring while the children are in the home,” Wright wrote. The informant stated that Weiss, 6 feet tall with shoulder-length blond hair, had been doing business as “Brieanne” since February at Fawcett’s home, according to the affidavit. But while neighbors recalled the minivan motorist as the put-together lady who would sometimes complain about her ex, detectives described a woman who advertised her services on the popular craiglist.com Web site or while posed seductively on a bed in a photo posted on her own Web site. THOUSAND OAKS – She was a tall blond mom with a license to sell real estate. He was her distinguished ex-husband with the words “Equal Justice” affixed to his Canoga Park paralegal business, family yacht and the license plate of his Jaguar. But behind their suburban facade, prosecutors allege, the duo ran a Web-based prostitution ring that operated in their upscale homes in Thousand Oaks and Agoura Hills and their yacht in Marina del Rey. Bonnie Lee Weiss, 49, and Craig Riley Fawcett, 74, were arrested Jan. 12 on suspicion of pimping and conspiracy to solicit prostitution and jailed with bail set at $50,000 each. “These people weren’t exactly discreet,” said an official close to a six-month investigation by the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. “They were advertising on the Internet.” “The cost for a 60-minute session with her is listed as $350,” Wright said of the nearly 50-year-old Weiss. According to the affidavit, a sign next to one of her racy Internet ads, when enlarged by detectives, depicted a certificate of appreciation from a “Giants” sports team entitled “Great Team Mom.” Records also said Weiss, a former resident of Van Nuys and Encino, married Fawcett in 1980 when she was 23, he 48, and divorced him five years later. She was hired by a real estate broker in Sherman Oaks, who fired her last week because she never came to work. Records indicate Fawcett has listed involvement in numerous businesses in the San Fernando Valley, including Big Tool Inc., and currently operates Equal Justice legal services in Canoga Park. During their nearly six-month surveillance, deputies described Fawcett as the go-between for Weiss and three other suspected prostitutes – including a 56-year-old woman from Newport Beach – during a string of afternoon engagements with middle-aged men. In December, a judge issued search warrants for Fawcett’s and Weiss’ homes and the yacht in Marina del Rey known as Equal Justice. During Dec. 20 searches, deputies seized $2,550 in Weiss’ bedroom, as well as craigslist ads, nude pictures of Weiss and $1,150 at Fawcett’s home, plus computers and other evidence. Neighbors described Fawcett as a gregarious man with a yellow Labrador named Scooby who lived with his adult daughter in a large mock Tudor and who often talked of flying off carrier decks as a young Navy pilot, or of setting sail for Catalina Island and sites unknown aboard his yacht. “I’m in total shock,” said Joe, 59, who lives across the street from Fawcett and declined to give his last name, of the 6-foot-2-inch ex-Navy pilot who once ran a grocery store in the Sierra foothills. “He was the type of neighbor I never would want to leave. “People used to come to his home all the time, but I figured (they) were part of his business.” Dana Bartholomew, (818) 713-3730 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Arsenal fans have been debating rumours surrounding Hector Bellerin’s future at the club.The 22-year-old has been heavily linked with a return to Barcelona and has reportedly agreed personal terms with the LaLiga giants, while contrasting reports claim Arsenal are confident about keeping him at the Emirates.His family recently moved back to the Catalan capital and Bellerin admitted, according to Metro, that “everything is more difficult if they are not with you”.He also told Mundo Deportivo earlier this week: “I do not know anything at the moment. I’m an Arsenal player, but we’ll see what happens.”Bellerin only signed a new six-year deal in north London in November, but he has since been criticised by fans after a run of disappointing performances. He subsuquently lost his place in the starting XI, as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain excelled in Arsene Wenger’s new-look 3-4-3 formation.Meanwhile, Barca are still on the lookout for a permanent replacement for Dani Alves after his departure last year, with Sergi Roberto providing cover, and new boss Ernesto Valverde will be keen to make additions to his side.Speculation about Bellerin’s future has been rife in recent days – see how fans have been reacting, below… 1 Hector Bellerin: The 22-year-old had been criticised by fans after a poor season
A lovely calm warm night prompted nearly 300 runners and walkers to take part in the Annual Sean Mac Cumhaills 5k race.Congratulations to Gerard Gallagher (16.21) and Theresa Mc Gloin(17.44) who won their respective categories.Thanks to the organisers, all the marshalls, time keepers and tea makers. A special mention goes to Shane Mc Nulty who was the organiser in chief.Thanks to all the runners and walkers from Sean Mac Cumhaills.The following are the results and times.Position Race No Time FirstName Surname Cat Club 1 32 16.21 GERARD GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C2 314 16.34 IVAN TONER SM Letterkenny A C3 331 16.36 AIDAN CALLAGHAN SM 24/7 Triathlon4 112 16.50 MARK MCGUINESS JM Tír Chonaill A C5 213 16.57 GAVIN CRAWFORD SM Letterkenny A C 6 224 17.06 NOEL DIVER SM Rosses A.C.7 315 17.07 PAUL TONER SM Letterkenny A C8 206 17.10 CIARAN MCBRIDE SM Letterkenny A C9 132 17.14 RYAN PORTER JM Finn Valley A C 10 349 17.22 KIERAN CARLIN M40 Finn Valley A C11 306 17.24 COLIN MCNULTY SM Finn Valley A C12 29 17.27 SHANE MC NULTY SM Finn Valley A C13 113 17.29 DEAN TOLAND SM Finn Valley A C14 312 17.44 TERESA MCGLOIN SW Finn Valley A C15 131 17.47 SEAN MCFADDEN SM Letterkenny A C16 118 17.49 JOE ENGLISH M50 Letterkenny A C17 345 17.56 OISIN GALLEN JM Finn Valley A C18 19 18.10 MARTIN IRWIN M40 Finn Valley A C19 104 18.30 LIAM MURRAY SM Unattached20 33 18.35 TOM THOMPSON M40 Finn Valley A C21 139 18.45 ALAN OMAHONEY SM 24/7 Triathlon22 117 18.48 ADRIAN TOYE SM Unattached23 30 18.49 MICHAEL PENROSE M40 Finn Valley A C24 318 18.51 DARREN MCGOWAN SM Unattached25 174 19.02 DALE GALLAGHER JM Letterkenny A C26 36 19.14 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M40 Finn Valley A C27 207 19.16 ADAM LYNCH JM Finn Valley A C28 17 19.21 RAYMOND DOHERTY M45 Finn Valley A C29 143 19.22 ADRIAN ODONELL SM Unattached30 38 19.33 BRENDAN IRWIN SM Finn Valley A C31 105 19.37 TREVOR DOHERTY SM Unattached32 257 19.52 CONOR THOMPSON JM Unattached33 162 19.54 MICHAEL RUSHE SM Unattached34 156 19.56 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M50 Foyle Valley35 301 20.02 MICHAEL DUIGNAM JM Unattached36 329 20.05 MICHAEL MCNULTY M40 Unattached37 149 20.07 DAVID GORDON JM Unattached38 39 20.10 MICHAEL PENROSE SM Finn Valley A C39 137 20.14 AARON KELLY JM Unattached40 360 20.15 DANNY MCGEEHAN JM Unattached41 228 20.16 CONOR LYONS JM Finn Valley A C42 20 20.17 ANDY SCANLON M45 Finn Valley A C43 186 20.18 SEAN GALLAGHER JM Letterkenny A C44 319 20.21 DARREN PRICE SM Unattached45 110 20.25 DONAL HAUGHEY M55 Unattached46 150 20.28 RICHARD GORDON JM Unattached47 342 20.29 JOE CARLIN M45 Finn Valley A C48 109 20.30 PATRICK BRENNAN SM Unattached49 24 20.31 CHARMIAN OBRIEN SW Finn Valley A C50 317 20.32 SHANE MCBRIDE JM Finn Valley A C51 121 20.34 PJ FRIEL M50 Unattached52 42 20.39 MARTIN ANDERSON M40 Finn Valley A C53 309 20.44 TONY GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C54 116 20.48 GERARD DEVINE SM Unattached55 103 20.53 ANTHONY MURRAY M60 Unattached56 225 20.56 SHAUN BOYCE SM Unattached57 204 21.01 SEAMUS CURRAN SM Finn Valley A C58 216 21.02 MIRIAM BONNER W40 Finn Valley A C59 336 21.04 SEAN OLEARY M50 Finn Valley A C60 307 21.07 MARTIN GALLAGHER JM Unattached61 141 21.08 JOHN CRAWFORD SM Unattached62 354 21.10 WILLIAM FRENEY M40 Unattached63 175 21.11 BRIAN MCCREA SM Unattached64 218 21.15 PAUL GILDEA SM Unattached65 310 21.20 BRENDAN PATTON M50 Finn Valley A C66 346 21.21 NAOISE ENRIGHT SM Letterkenny A C67 140 21.23 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M40 Unattached68 220 21.24 NOEL LYNCH M40 Letterkenny A C69 220 21.24 SONIA MOORE SW Unattached70 40 21.26 NOREEN BONNER W50 Finn Valley A C71 321 21.27 KEVIN ODONNELL SM Unattached72 201 21.29 KARL HUGHES JM Unattached73 334 21.38 NIALL GALLEN SM Unattached74 320 21.43 MICHAEL PATTON SM Unattached75 128 21.53 DEIRDRE DIVER SW Rosses A.C.76 127 21.56 SHARON MCCOOL BLACK SW Unattached77 305 22.05 DAIRE OMAHONEY JM Lifford A C78 356 22.07 MAX MCGONAGLE M40 Unattached79 151 22.08 LIAM GORDON SM Unattached80 322 22.09 VERA HAUGHEY W50 Tír Chonaill A C81 347 22.11 BERNARD MC GEEHAN SM Unattached82 323 22.15 JACKIE HARVEY W50 Tír Chonaill A C83 155 22.18 TERRY MCDEVITT SM Unattached84 311 22.19 JOHN LYNCH SM Unattached85 368 22.20 MAURICE LAFFERTY M45 Unattached86 208 22.22 TOMMY HILL SM Letterkenny A C87 43 22.23 AILISH PATTON SW Finn Valley A C88 124 22.24 DERMOTT GALLAGHER SM Unattached89 45 22.26 AISHLEAN MC GEEHAN SW Finn Valley A C90 353 22.27 JAMES MAGUIRE M50 Finn Valley A C91 308 22.28 CONOR GRIFFIN JM Unattached92 361 22.29 KIERAN TOURISH JM Unattached93 46 22.31 MARY HIPPSLEY W40 Finn Valley A C94 341 22.43 SEAN MCMENAMIN M50 Finn Valley A C95 313 22.43 JANE MCGINLEY SW Unattached96 50 22.53 MARIA MC GONAGLE SW Finn Valley A C97 332 22.55 MAEVE CULHANE SW Finn Valley A C98 355 22.58 GLORIA DONAGHEY W50 Finn Valley A C99 362 23.01 GARETH MCKANE SM Unattached100 89 23.02 SINEAD MC CONNELL W40 Finn Valley A C101 337 23.08 KAREN DUFFNER W40 Finn Valley A C102 86 23.09 EUGENE MC GINLEY M40 Unattached103 316 23.10 JORDAN GALLAGHER JM Finn Valley A C104 245 23.11 CONOR MCGILL SM Unattached105 92 23.13 EAMON MC CONNELL M40 Finn Valley A C106 85 23.20 SHAUN O DONNELL M45 Unattached107 157 23.21 ANNE MCGETTIGAN SW Unattached108 87 23.22 ERNIE POLLOCK M50 Unattached109 52 23.23 BARRY IRWIN SM Finn Valley A C110 102 23.26 CATHAL ROARTY M45 Letterkenny A C111 233 23.27 KIERAN BURKE SM Unattached112 148 23.28 COLIN MCTAGGART SM Unattached113 247 23.29 DENIS MCGILL SM Unattached114 48 23.30 CRONIN SCANLON SM Finn Valley A C115 357 23.41 ROSEMARIE HEENEY SW Unattached116 328 23.58 DAVID OLIVER M45 Unattached117 53 24.22 SAMANTHA WILKINSON SW Finn Valley A C118 114 24.26 CATHY HARVEY W45 Unattached119 348 24.28 JIM HYNES M60 Finn Valley A C120 179 24.31 KEITH FRENCH SM Unattached121 180 24.32 ADRIAN ODONNELL SM Unattached122 146 24.37 PHILIP DOHERTY JM Unattached123 350 24.38 MARY KELLY W40 Unattached124 25 24.41 COURTNEY OBRIEN JW Finn Valley A C125 173 24.43 WESLEY MCKANE SM Finn Valley A C126 344 24.47 CAITRIONA GILLIGAN SW Finn Valley A C127 243 24.55 EUGENE MCGINLEY M45 Unattached128 177 24.59 GORDON RALE SM Unattached129 84 25.05 FIONA DEASLEY SW Unattached130 324 25.15 SHARON HAMILTON SW Finn Valley A C131 330 25.19 CAROLINE MCNULTY SW Unattached132 172 25.20 EMMA BRADY SW Unattached133 235 25.20 ELAINE MELAUGH SW Unattached134 6 25.22 SINEAD KELLY SW Finn Valley A C135 14 25.27 BRIDGEEN CANNON SW Unattached136 217 25.34 KIERAN KELLY M45 Finn Valley A C137 304 25.45 PAUL GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C138 351 26.00 BERNIE CROSSAN W40 Unattached139 303 26.08 ENDA COYLE SM Unattached140 60 26.10 BERNIE MC GUIRE SW Finn Valley A C141 215 26.14 DEBBIE MCNULTY SW Finn Valley A C142 239 26.15 ANGELA MCNAMEE SW Unattached143 5 26.26 LEONA CRONOLLY SW Finn Valley A C144 367 26.26 JENNIFER PEARSON SW Finn Valley A C145 178 26.32 DYMPHNA MCGINTY SW Unattached146 88 26.36 GRACE KELLY SW Finn Valley A C147 358 26.41 CAROLINE MAGUIRE W40 Finn Valley A C148 130 26.41 HELENE MCMENAMIN W40 Unattached149 339 26.49 JACK BRADLEY JM Unattached150 226 26.50 MELANIE SWEENEY SW Finn Valley A C151 343 26.51 STACEY MASTERSON SW Finn Valley A C152 11 26.52 MAIRE MCCOLGAN W40 Unattached153 144 26.56 LISA DOHERTY SW Unattached154 365 26.59 ALISIN STODDART SW Unattached155 115 27.07 ANITA MARTIN SW Unattached156 209 27.08 DESMOND BROWNLIE SM Lagan Valley157 242 27.10 ALISTAIR HETHERINGTON SM Unattached158 253 27.14 CAITRIONA LYONS SW Unattached159 56 27.20 MARY MARTIN W40 Finn Valley A C160 221 27.24 HUGO MCGUIRE M50 Finn Valley A C161 152 27.26 BERNIE MCMENAMIN SW Finn Valley A C162 166 27.36 DENISE ESPEY SW Unattached163 167 27.37 ROBERT THOMPSON SM Unattached164 2 27.41 CIARA MC BRIDE SW Finn Valley A C165 168 27.42 FRANCIS VENZON SM Unattached166 363 27.51 BRID MCGINTY SW Finn Valley A C167 71 27.54 MAGARET MC CONNELL SW Finn Valley A C168 254 28.00 MAC WALSH SM Unattached169 264 28.00 BRENDA OHORA SW Unattached170 3 28.00 SOPHIE KELLY SW Unattached171 223 28.06 MONICA GRIER W40 Unattached172 59 28.12 MARGARET DOHERTY W40 Finn Valley A C173 214 28.13 MICHAEL MCMENAMIN SM Finn Valley A C174 98 28.14 FINTAN O HAGAN SM Finn Valley A C175 7 28.17 CORA HARVEY SW Finn Valley A C176 93 28.18 DENISE MC GAHERN SW Finn Valley A C177 325 28.21 DENISE HARPER W45 Finn Valley A C178 265 28.23 ROISIN MCGLINCHEY SW Unattached179 138 28.24 MARCELLA 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EILISH RUSHE W45 Unattached249 202 43.10 MARY MORROW SW Unattached250 203 43.10 BRIAN CRAWFORD SM Unattached251 136 43.40 JIMMY PHAIR M50 Unattached252 153 44.05 TOM ROWAN SM Unattached253 154 44.05 MEGAN ROWAN JW Unattached254 252 45.01 TRASA HEEKIN SW Unattached255 251 45.34 ESTHER GALLEN SW Unattached256 268 46.07 KAOLAN BYRNE JM Unattached257 366 46.07 FIONN MCGINTY JM Finn Valley A C258 267 46.20 CAROLINE BYRNE SW Unattached259 22 46.20 NUALA BYRNE SW Finn Valley A C260 188 46.26 DANIEL GALLEN SM Unattached261 133 46.40 KAREN MCARDLE SW Unattached262 189 47.13 MARCELLA GALLAGHER SW Unattached263 338 47.56 MONINE BRADLEY SW Unattached264 369 48.01 PADDY KELLY SM Unattached265 370 48.01 SHAUNA KELLY SW UnattachedBUMPER TURN-OUT FOR SEAN MACCUMHAILLS 5K – ALL THE RESULTS was last modified: September 7th, 2012 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 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