Police working with GRA to locate car

first_imgMurdered taxi driverAs Police continue their investigations into the murder of 47-year-old Indira Bipat, a female taxi driver whose body was found in a ditch at La Parfaite Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD), last week, investigators believe locating the woman’s car is paramount.Murdered female taxi driver, Indira BipatThe motorcar is a Silver-Grey Toyota Axio bearing registration numbers PXX 4114.D Division Commander, Edmond Cooper on Sunday related that there are no leads at this moment while noting that recovery of the vehicle is key to the investigation.“We have not gotten anything on the car as yet. What we are doing, we are trying to if we could locate the vehicle so we are in contact with our counterparts from the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) in terms of getting the chassis number and such so that in case that anybody sprays the car over or anything, and uses it, we would know. You have got to start from somewhere because you don’t have anything and it is a serious issue but we are working and this is the angle that we have started with.”Additionally, Commander Cooper noted that all police stations were informed to be on the lookout for the motorcar.Bipat, of Lot 18 Samaroo Dam, Pouderoyen, WBD, had left her home at about 17:30h on May 18, 2019, in her family’s car.After the woman failed to return home that evening and the following morning, her son told Guyana Times that he filed a report at the Vreed-en-Hoop Police Station.While there, the young man revealed that he received a report from a female friend informing him that the body of a female had been found in a ditch at La Parfaite Harmonie. As such, the family rushed to the scene and their worst fears were confirmed.A post-mortem examination was recently conducted on Bipat’s body where it revealed the cause of death as strangulation compounded by blunt trauma to the head.The woman leaves to mourn two children. (Kristen Macklingam)last_img read more

PSG set to make Sh4.7b bid for Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez

first_img0Shares0000Arsenal’s striker Alexis Sanchez celebrates after scoring their third goal during the English Premier League football match against Stoke City May 13, 2017LONDON, United Kingdom, Jul 22 – PSG will make a Sh4.7b (£35m) offer for Alexis Sanchez next week, according to Sky sources.The dynamic Chilean forward has just 12 months left on his Arsenal contract and has been linked with several of Europe’s top clubs this summer. However, Arsenal’s position is that Sanchez is not for sale and manager Arsene Wenger made a statement to that effect in China earlier this week.“The decision has been made and we will stick to that,” said Wenger. “The decision is not to sell.”Big-spending PSG want to sign both Sanchez and Barcelona’s Brazilian forward Neymar this summer – and are reportedly ready to pay the £195m release clause in Neymar’s contract.Sanchez fuelled talk of his departure from Arsenal when he was quoted in Chilean media last weekend, saying he wanted to play Champions League football, which the Gunners will not be able to provide this season.But Wenger added: “I don’t give too much importance to things that are translated, you know. The whole interview that I got didn’t really mean that.“We played 20 years in the Champions League, that’s 17 years before Sanchez arrived and three years with him, so he can get us back in there.”Sanchez signed for Arsenal from Barcelona in the summer of 2014 and has been one of the most outstanding performers in the Premier League since then.Last season he was on the shortlist for the PFA Player of the Year award, was named the Arsenal player of the season, and was on the scoresheet when the Gunners beat Chelsea in the FA Cup final.-By Sky Sports-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Kenya to face Senegal, Algeria in 2019 AFCON

first_imgThe two sides will clash on June 23 in the late kick off at 10pm with Senegal and Tanzania opening up the group in the early kick off at 7pm.After Algeria, the Harambee Stars will face off with Tanzania in the East Africa derby on June 27 before winding up the group stage matches with a tie against Riyad Mahrez and his Algerian brothers on July 1.-Top two advanceThe top two teams from each of the six groups will advance to the round of 16 and will be joined by the four best ranked third placed teams from across.The Kenya v Tanzania tie will be the most interesting match-up in the group, making up an East African derby with the Taifa Stars qualifying for the first Cup of Nations in 39 years.This will not be the first time that Kenya, playing in its fifth AFCON, will be pooled against Senegal. The two sides played in the same group at the 1990 Cup of Nations that involved eight teams with the tie ending 0-0.Among those in the Senegalese squad at that time were Souleyman Sane, father to Manchester City starlet Leroy Sane who has now chosen to represent his mother’s native country, Germany. Also in the Senegalese squad at that time were the likes of Jues Bocande, Mamadou Diallo and Moussa N’Diaye.Kenya’s squad had legends Mike Okoth Origi, father to Liverpool and Belgium star Divock Origi, his brother Austin Oduor, John ‘Shoto’ Lukoye, Micky Weche, Henry Motego and Peter Dawo.-Runaway favoritesAlgeria and Senegal are seen as runaway favorites in the group especially with Senegal being the best ranked African team.The draw will give for some friendly fire when Senegal meets the Harambee Stars with best of friends Victor Wanyama and Sadio Mane who played together at Southampton clashing. The two are also captains of their favorite teams.Meanwhile, neighbors Uganda have also landed in a tough group that involves the hosts Egypt in Pool A. They will also clash with DR Congo and Zimbabwe.Burundi, in their maiden appearance at the Cup of Nations are in Pool D and will be alongside fellow debutants Madagascar, Guinea and Nigeria.Group A matches will be played at the Cairo International Stadium, Group B matches in Alexandria, Group C matches at the 30th of June Stadium, Group D at the Al Salaam Stadium in Cairo, Group E in Suez while Group F matches will have their games in Ismailia.Harambee Stars fixtures in Cairo:June 23 v Algeria, June 27 v Tanzania, July 1 v Senegal2019 African Cup of Nations GroupsGroup A: Egypt, DR Congo, Uganda, ZimbabweGroup B: Nigeria, Guinea, Madagascar, BurundiGroup C: Senegal, Algeria, Kenya, TanzaniaGroup D: Morocco, Ivory Coast, South Africa, NamibiaGroup E: Tunisia, Mali, Mauritania, AngolaGroup F: Cameroon, Ghana, Benin, Guinea Bissau0Shares0000(Visited 7 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars head coach Sebastien Migne (centre) with Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa (left) and Secretary General Robert Muthomi (right) in Cairo, Egypt before the 2019 African Cup of Nations draw on April 12, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluCAIRO, Egypt, Apr 12 – On their return to the king’s table of African football for the first time in 15 years, Kenya’s Harambee Stars have been pooled alongside neighbors Tanzania, Algeria and Senegal in Group C for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations which kicks off on June 21 and runs all the way to July 19.Kenya will play its matches at the 30th of June Stadium in Cairo and kick-off their campaign against Algeria while Tanzania who qualified on the last day with a 3-0 win over Uganda will start their campaign against Algeria.last_img read more

Court grants Britney some visitation rights

first_imgMonday’s court order for Spears to temporarily surrender 2-year-old Sean Preston and 1-year-old Jayden James to Federline came after she failed to produce a California driver’s license and missed a court-ordered drug and alcohol test. A temporary driver’s license was issued to Spears late Tuesday in Santa Monica, a DMV spokesman said. A court commissioner ruled Wednesday that Britney Spears can visit her two sons but did not reverse an order giving temporary custody to Kevin Federline, the pop star’s ex-husband, his attorney said. Superior Court Commissioner Scott M. Gordon was expected to issue an order detailing the visitation rights, attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan said. The order was not released by the time court closed for the day. Federline, 29, attended the hearing, but Spears, 25, did not. The two were ordered back to court Oct. 26 for a hearing. Flanked by bodyguards, Federline arrived in a blue suit and wearing a black patch over his right eye, covered by sunglasses. He had a sore eye, Kaplan said. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Aston Villa defender at centre of transfer fight

first_img Aly Cissokho 1 Porto, Lille and Fiorentina are in a three-way fight to sign Aston Villa defender Aly Cissokho.The French full-back looks surplus to requirements at Villa Park following the arrival of Jordan Amavi from Nice.Porto have identified Cissokho as a top target, and are prepared to bid £3m for the former Valencia man.Lille and Fiorentina are also keen, but are only prepared to take the 27-year-old loan with a view to a permanent deal.Cissokho joined Villa on a four-year deal last summer after a loan stint at Liverpool and is keen to get more game time next season.last_img read more

Andy McGranaghan to team up with Irish comedy legend!

first_imgLetterkenny funny man Andy McGranaghan will be teaming up with Irish comedy legend Jimmy Cricket to perform a side-splitting comedy gig at Ballybofey’s Balor Arts Centre next month.Andy has been involved for many years in the local amateur drama scene and in more recent times the local Comedy Circuit appearing regularly at comedy at the vintage room Letterkenny.Jimmy Cricket, a hugely popular Northern Irish comedian, hasn’t been to Ballybofey in eight years, and since his last visit to the Balor Arts Centre, it has been completely re-done and is now a modern auditorium. Jimmy CricketJimmy is known for his ubiquitous letters from his “mammy”, prods fun at Irish logic, and wears shoes with L and R for left and right on them; but wears them on the wrong feet!Speaking of the upcoming collaboration on Jimmy’s website, Andy says; “It will be a real thrill to appear on the same stage with such a wonderful comedian like Jimmy Cricket. He has had a hugely successful career out of making people laugh over so many decades and he still continues to be a very funnyman.”“When I found out he was due in Ballybofey I had to get in touch to see if I could grace the same stage. Luckily Jimmy thought it was a good idea, as he believed the local connection would work really well!”“It is now just several weeks before the show, so I’ll now have to be do some fine tuning of the comedy routines I will be telling on the night”. To keep up with Andy’s comedic escapades you can find him on his website, Facebook, or Twitter! He also has videos of his gigs on Youtube. Andy McGranaghan to team up with Irish comedy legend! was last modified: October 9th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:andy mc granaghanCOMEDYFunnygigjimmy cricketlast_img read more

Martin O’Neill left waiting on Jonathan Walters’ fitness ahead of Austria clash

first_img The 33-year-old Stoke striker was not involved in an open training session 1 Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill is keeping his fingers crossed after Jonathan Walters sat out training just four days before the World Cup qualifier against Austria.The 33-year-old Stoke striker was not involved in an open training session at the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday morning because of a knee problem picked up earlier in the week.O’Neill will hope there is no lasting damage with Ipswich frontman David McGoldrick having already left the camp – also with a knee injury – to join Shane Long on the casualty list.That has left him with only Walters, who scored in Sunday’s 3-1 friendly victory over Uruguay, and Newcastle’s Daryl Murphy as options to lead the line, although in-form winger James McClean has been used in that role in the recent past.Walters has played much of his football for Ireland as an auxiliary wide midfielder, but missed the majority of his country’s Euro 2016 finals campaign with an Achilles problem.The Republic are desperate to complete a double over the Austrians to cement their place as joint-leaders of Group D alongside Serbia, who entertain Wales later the same evening.Leeds midfielder Eunan O’Kane said: “Everyone is aware of the importance of the game. If the other result goes well, it’s an opportunity to open up a gap between us and the teams that are facing us, so we’re firmly fixed on getting a good result.”A draw would not be the worst result for Ireland, but O’Kane admits the words of assistant manager Roy Keane will be ringing in the players’ ears as they run out.He said: “There’s a clip of Roy saying if anyone thinks we’re going out to play for a draw, they’re hugely mistaken. That’s the case. We want to go into the game to win.“I don’t think there have been any of the games in this campaign, certainly in my time with the squad, where a draw has been the objective.“We go to win every game we can and if we can get that win, it’s going to be pivotal in pushing us towards qualifying.”There has been much talk in the run-up to the game of perceived unrest within the Austria camp with coach Marcel Koller having expressed his exasperation at the news that Red Bull Salzburg full-back Andreas Ulmer is unavailable because he is getting married at the weekend.That and the loss of Walters’ club-mate Marko Arnautovic through suspension have not helped the situation, but O’Neill has warned his players not to be fooled by the noises coming out of Austria, and O’Kane for one is not about to be taken in.He said: “Sometimes when there’s unrest in the camp, it’s a relief to get on the pitch. I don’t think anything you read or hear can affect how we prepare for the game. If it is true, then they’re probably looking forward to the game and to getting on the pitch.“It is what it is in terms of what to do with the unrest. I don’t think we can expect anything different on the pitch from what we saw when we last played them.”O’Neill and his players would happily settle for a repeat of the result on that occasion, a 1-0 win for the Republic at the Ernst Happel Stadium in November, which would set them up perfectly for the resumption of hostilities in September, when they face a potentially tricky trip to Georgia.O’Kane said: “It’s long time now from this one to the next one, so it’s vital that we pick up points. It’s a very important weekend in terms of the group.“Obviously we don’t want to be going into the summer and pre-season having a bad result lingering over us.”last_img read more


first_imgCormac Clarke has put in a breakthrough performance on the queen stage of Ras Dhun na nGall today, going on the attack before the feared final climb of the race, Glengesh Pass, and taking the stage and overall victory. He also wrapped up the climbers’ and junior classifications in the three-day.Clarke, a Newry Wheelers junior riding with a Cycling Ulster selection this weekend, and Liam Blanchfield (Bray Wheelers) were simply too good for the rest of the field, emerging at the finish at the top of the climb almost two minutes ahead of the next man.That third placed rider was none other than New Zealand junior Sean Hambrook who had held the yellow jersey going into this morning’s stage. Hambrook, who rides with VCC Morteau in Eastern France, had come to Ireland with his team mate, first-year U23 rider Darragh Zaidan from Dublin. Hambrook won the stage two uphill TT on Saturday morning and looked very strong when taking second in a two-up sprint finish behind Cormac Clarke in yesterday’s afternoon road stage. It appeared he would be very hard to dislodged form the yellow jersey on today’s 61-mile final stage.But Clarke and Blanchfield took the fight to him, with the Newry teenager taking a chance and winning big; going home with the best win of his career after his most impressive performance ever on a bike.Clarke showed great courage in seizing the initiative early today, going clear in an eight-man group with only around five miles of the stage completed.That group pulled out a gap of 40 seconds almost immediately and while it would stubbornly stay like that for the next five or six miles, the elastic to the peloton soon snapped and the gap rocketed to two minutes and then three. The riders up front with Clarke were, among others: Matt Blayney (North Down), Liam Blanchfield (Bray Wheelers), Thomas Fallon (Black Rose), Jonathan Gibson (Unattached) and Ian Richardson (UCD).The breakaway combined very well to build their lead but around 40 miles into the stage it began to fragment with Fallon and Richardson paying the price for perhaps doing too much work early on and losing their places.By the time the final ascent of Glengesh Pass started up to the summit finish, there were only four riders left in the break. And almost immediately the road went it, it was Clarke and Blanchfield who pulled away together.Behind them, the yellow jersey and his one team mate Zaidan had not given up. By the time they reached the foot of the climb they had pegged the gap back to 2:20 and it was not inconceivable that Hambrook might motor up the climb after the leaders and that the pair up front might crack.However, while Hambrook is a classy rider who has been pre-selected for the New Zealand team for the World Championships later this year, there was to be no fairytale ending for him on the weather-battered Glengesh. Clarke and Blanchfield showed no signs of weakening at all up front. Hambrook rode all but a handful of riders off his wheel on the climb as he tried desperately to protect his lead, but he only managed to shave around 20 seconds off the gap to the two men out front.Coming towards the top of the climb, Clarke – who had started the day second on GC just 13 seconds down – dropped Blanchfield. The Bray man fought very hard to stay in touch and actually caught and passed Clarke again just before the finish. But the teenager had plenty in the tank and put in a strong finishing gallop that put four seconds between him and Blanchfield on the line.Not only did he wrap up the stage and overall win, but his taking the final KOH prime also won him the climbers’ classification. Cycling Ulster also won the team prize, won the junior category and two of the four stages and one second on a stage with Clarke and were second in the U23 category with Marc Potts.Blanchfield may have come up short in his efforts to win the stage today, but his breakaway heroics moved him up to second, with third on the stage Hambrook also finishing third on the final GC. Organised by John Curran and all the team from Fourmasters CC, it was another weekend of great racing that further cements the event as one of the toughest and most prestigious fixtures on the Irish calendar open to all but the A1s.Stage 4: Ardara to Glengesh 60.9miles1) Clarke,Cormac ULS Cycling Ulster Slane 2h37’24″2) Blanchfield,Liam BRA Bray Wheelers 2h37’29″ @05″3) Hambrook,Sean VCC VCC Morteau-Montbenoi 2h39’18″ @01’54″4) Robinson,Geoff BRA Bray Wheelers 2h39’18″ @ s/t5) Smyth,Cathal PHA Phoenix A 2h39’20″ @01’56″6) Ryder,Mike GAL Galway Bay 2h39’20″ @ s/t7) Farren,Shane DOW North Down CC 2h39’32″ @02’08″8 Adair,Matthew CRV Chain Reaction-Vitus 2h39’32″ @ s/t9) Potts,Marc ULS Cycling Ulster Slane 2h39’39″ @02’15″10) Morton,Eoin UCD UCD Team 2h39’41″ @02’17″11) O’Tuathail,Sean BRA Bray Wheelers 2h39’50″ @02’26″12) Sheehan,Geoff SDU South Dublin 2h39’52″ @02’28″13) McCardle,Brian DTC DTC Orwell Wheelers 2h39’52″ @ s/t14) Reid,Ivan OMA Omagh Wheelers 2h39’55″ @02’31″15) McFadden,Sean ERR Errigal CC 2h39’55″ @ s/t16) Stewart,Daniel ULS Cycling Ulster Slane 2h39’55″ @ s/t17) Fettiplace,James PHB Phoenix B 2h39’55″ @ s/t18) Kelly,John DWW Dublin Wheelers 2h39’55″ @ s/t19) McKee,Gareth CRV Chain Reaction-Vitus 2h39’55″ @ s/t20) Keeney,Cormac ERR Errigal CC 2h40’02″ @02’38″21) Hedley,Andrew CRV Chain Reaction-Vitus 2h40’03″ @02’39″22) Watson,Lawrence FOY Foyle CC 2h40’12″ @02’48″23) Collins,Ross UCD UCD Team 2h40’14″ @02’50″24) Rimmer,Peter DBA Donegal Bay CC 2h40’18″ @02’54″25) McCauley,Alastair PHA Phoenix A 2h40’23″ @02’59″26) Woods,Des NEW Newry Wheelers 2h40’26″ @03’02″27) Joyce,Derek GAL Galway Bay 2h40’26″ @ s/t28) Gibson,Fran SDU South Dublin 2h40’26″ @ s/t29) Millar,Mike PHA Phoenix A 2h40’26″ @ s/t30) Stanley,Andrew UNI Dublin Uni CC 2h40’32″ @03’08″31) McCaffrey,Ted DBA Donegal Bay CC 2h40’35″ @03’11″32) McCartney,Declan FOU Four Masters CC 2h40’40″ @03’16″33) Coughlan,Dave DTC DTC Orwell Wheelers 2h40’43″ @03’19″34) McKenna,Stephen OMA Omagh Wheelers 2h40’45″ @03’21″35) McKinnley,Drew NEW Newry Wheelers 2h40’54″ @03’30″36) Gibson,Jonathan U/A U/A 2h40’56″ @03’32″37) Quigley,Nigel BAN Bann Wheelers 2h40’56″ @ s/t38) Murphy,Mark BRA Bray Wheelers 2h40’56″ @ s/t39) Cox,Stuart ROS Black Rose 2h40’56″ @ s/t40) Ortiz,Sara LADY ROS Black Rose 2h40’56″ @ s/t41) Hunter,Danny ERR Errigal CC 2h40’56″ @ s/t42) Devins,Michael EIR EireOg 2h41’11″ @03’47″43) McKinney,Bryan DUF Duffin Transport RT 2h41’11″ @ s/t44) McWilliams,Stephen PHA Phoenix A 2h41’11″ @ s/t45) Prendergast,Jason ROS Black Rose 2h41’14″ @03’50″46) Collins,Diarmuid DTC DTC Orwell Wheelers 2h41’14″ @ s/t47) McDaid,Glen POL North Pole CC 2h41’14″ @ s/t48) Power,Finbarr COM Comeragh CC 2h41’30″ @04’06″49) Marshall,Phillip DOW North Down CC 2h41’35″ @04’11″50) McCormack,Gareth CAS Castlebar TF Royal 2h41’39″ @04’15″51) Brownfield,Ray DOW North Down CC 2h41’48″ @04’24″52) Blayney,Matty DOW North Down CC 2h41’48″ @ s/t53) Martin,Brian DBA Donegal Bay CC 2h41’54″ @04’30″54) Wall,Aidan NAV Navan RC 2h41’57″ @04’33″55) Conway,John HAR Harps CC 2h41’57″ @ s/t56) O’Hagan,Niall DUF Duffin Transport RT 2h42’03″ @04’39″57) Graham,Andrew OMA Omagh Wheelers 2h42’09″ @04’45″58) Doyle,Matthew ULS Cycling Ulster Slane 2h42’15″ @04’51″59) McBride,Peter ERR Errigal CC 2h42’24″ @05’00″60) Doyle,Cathal CAR Carn Wheelers 2h42’37″ @05’13″61) Stewart,Brian PHA Phoenix A 2h42’39″ @05’15″62) Moloney,Brendan SDU South Dublin 2h43’03″ @05’39″63) Holian,Kevin ERR Errigal CC 2h43’15″ @05’51″64) Toughy,Peter CAS Castlebar TF Royal 2h43’15″ @ s/t65) Smyth,John PHB Phoenix B 2h43’15″ @ s/t66) McHugh,Jason FOU Four Masters CC 2h43’15″ @ s/t67) Richardson,Ian UCD UCD Team 2h43’15″ @ s/t68) Kenny,John NAV Navan RC 2h43’21″ @05’57″69) Fallon,Thomas ROS Black Rose 2h43’30″ @06’06″70) Long,Neil DWW Dublin Wheelers 2h43’37″ @06’13″71) Gault,James PHB Phoenix B 2h43’46″ @06’22″72) Russell,Michael FOU Four Masters CC 2h43’52″ @06’28″73) Zaidan,Darragh VCC VCC Morteau-Montbenoi 2h44’23″ @06’59″74) O’Conluain,Ciaran UCD UCD Team 2h44’23″ @ s/t75) McIlwaine,Devon DUF Duffin Transport RT 2h44’59″ @07’35″76) Sheridan,Francis DBA Donegal Bay CC 2h46’06″ @08’42″77) O’Higgins,Ben BRA Bray Wheelers 2h46’26″ @09’02″78) Spath,Melanie LADY CYC CycleWays CC 2h47’04″ @09’40″79) Boylan,Kenny LAK Lakeland CC 2h47’27″ @10’03″80) McCafferty,Pauric FOU Four Masters CC 2h47’34″ @10’10″81) Reade,Aidan ROS Black Rose 2h47’41″ @10’17″82) Warnock,Glenn OMA Omagh Wheelers 2h47’48″ @10’24″83) Dooey,Jonathan SPI Spires CC 2h48’02″ @10’38″84) Conroy,Rory CAS Castlebar TF Royal 2h48’08″ @10’44″85) Cole,Kyle ULS Cycling Ulster Slane 2h48’34″ @11’10″86) Mullane,Stephen DBA Donegal Bay CC 2h49’05″ @11’41″87) Parker,Barrick UCD UCD Team 2h49’59″ @12’35″88) Conlon,Ger COM Comeragh CC 2h49’59″ @ s/t89) Driver,Mark BWB Bray Wheelers B 2h56’50″ @19’26″90) Loughren,Mark BWB Bray Wheelers B 2h57’41″ @20’17″91) McMullen,Michael DOW North Down CC 3h05’54″ @28’30″92) Doyle,Jim FOY Foyle CC 3h15’43″ @38’19″93) Doherty,Mickey POL North Pole CC 3h15’54″ @38’30″94) Gavin,Paul I.V.C.A 3h16’46″ @39’22″95) Henry,Joe PHB Phoenix B 3h19’24″ @42’00″96) Moran,Tonya LADY U/A U/A 3h21’41″ @44’17″97) Elder,Nigel CRV Chain Reaction-Vitus 3h23’44″ @46’20″98) Brice,Amy LADY PHO Phoenix Lady 3h25’31″ @48’07″Non starters/finishers/eliminated RidersDid Not Finish: 15-Stewart.S, 25-McKendry.J, 37-Deane.A, 41-Jacobsen.A,44-McCann.S, 45-Dunlop.R, 93-Kane.B, 96-Grimes.C, 109-Daly.J, 119-Conway.PDid Not Start: 43-Johnston.K, 53-McLoughlin.P, 56-McCarter.P,70-Henderson.MFinal General Classification1) Clarke,Cormac J Cycling Ulster S 6h06’33″2) Blanchfield,Liam 2 Bray Wheelers 6h07’52″ @01’19″3) Hambrook,Sean J VCC Morteau-Mont 6h08’14″ @01’41″4) Smyth,Cathal V Phoenix A 6h08’39″ @02’06″5) Ryder,Mike 2 Galway Bay 6h08’50″ @02’17″6) Robinson,Geoff V Bray Wheelers 6h09’12″ @02’39″7) Adair,Matthew YY Chain Reaction-V 6h09’15″ @02’42″8 Stewart,Daniel J Cycling Ulster S 6h09’36″ @03’03″9) Sheehan,Geoff 2 South Dublin 6h09’40″ @03’07″10) Morton,Eoin 3 UCD Team 6h09’46″ @03’13″11) Fettiplace,James 3 Phoenix B 6h09’48″ @03’15″12) Potts,Marc Y Cycling Ulster S 6h09’48″ = s/t13) Farren,Shane 3 North Down CC 6h09’49″ @03’16″14) McKee,Gareth 3 Chain Reaction-V 6h09’55″ @03’22″15) Collins,Ross 2 UCD Team 6h09’58″ @03’25″16) McFadden,Sean 2 Errigal CC 6h10’01″ @03’28″17) Kelly,John 2 Dublin Wheelers 6h10’04″ @03’31″18) McCauley,Alastair 3 Phoenix A 6h10’07″ @03’34″19) McCardle,Brian 3 DTC Orwell Wheel 6h10’11″ @03’38″20) O’Tuathail,Sean 3 Bray Wheelers 6h10’11″ = s/t21) Reid,Ivan 3 Omagh Wheelers 6h10’18″ @03’45″22) Keeney,Cormac 2 Errigal CC 6h10’19″ @03’46″23) Watson,Lawrence 3 Foyle CC 6h10’20″ @03’47″24) Stanley,Andrew Y Dublin Uni CC 6h10’32″ @03’59″25) Rimmer,Peter V Donegal Bay CC 6h10’32″ = s/t26) Hedley,Andrew 2 Chain Reaction-V 6h10’41″ @04’08″27) Millar,Mike 3 Phoenix A 6h10’43″ @04’10″28) Gibson,Jonathan V U/A 6h10’44″ @04’11″29) Coughlan,Dave 2 DTC Orwell Wheel 6h10’48″ @04’15″30) Gibson,Fran 2 South Dublin 6h10’53″ @04’20″31) Woods,Des 3 Newry Wheelers 6h10’58″ @04’25″32) Joyce,Derek 2 Galway Bay 6h10’59″ @04’26″33) Cox,Stuart 2 Black Rose 6h11’03″ @04’30″34) McCaffrey,Ted 3 Donegal Bay CC 6h11’04″ @04’31″35) McCartney,Declan 3 Four Masters CC 6h11’08″ @04’35″36) McKinney,Bryan 2 Duffin Transport 6h11’10″ @04’37″37) Murphy,Mark V Bray Wheelers 6h11’11″ @04’38″38) McKenna,Stephen 2 Omagh Wheelers 6h11’23″ @04’50″39) McWilliams,Stephen 3 Phoenix A 6h11’34″ @05’01″40) McKinnley,Drew 3 Newry Wheelers 6h11’36″ @05’03″41) Quigley,Nigel V Bann Wheelers 6h11’37″ @05’04″42) Prendergast,Jason J Black Rose 6h11’38″ @05’05″43) Devins,Michael V EireOg 6h11’42″ @05’09″44) McDaid,Glen 3 North Pole CC 6h11’46″ @05’13″45) Blayney,Matty 2 North Down CC 6h11’48″ @05’15″46) Collins,Diarmuid 2 DTC Orwell Wheel 6h11’51″ @05’18″47) Marshall,Phillip 3 North Down CC 6h11’55″ @05’22″48) McCormack,Gareth 3 Castlebar TF Roy 6h11’55″ = s/t49) Brownfield,Ray 3 North Down CC 6h11’59″ @05’26″50) Doyle,Matthew J Cycling Ulster S 6h12’02″ @05’29″51) Power,Finbarr V Comeragh CC 6h12’08″ @05’35″52) Conway,John 3 Harps CC 6h12’12″ @05’39″53) Wall,Aidan YJ Navan RC 6h12’23″ @05’50″54) Hunter,Danny Y Errigal CC 6h12’27″ @05’54″55) Graham,Andrew 3 Omagh Wheelers 6h12’47″ @06’14″56) Richardson,Ian 2 UCD Team 6h12’48″ @06’15″57) Ortiz,Sara LADY 3 Black Rose 6h12’55″ @06’22″58) Martin,Brian 2 Donegal Bay CC 6h13’07″ @06’34″59) Doyle,Cathal 3 Carn Wheelers 6h13’12″ @06’39″60) Holian,Kevin 3 Errigal CC 6h13’26″ @06’53″61) Kenny,John 2 Navan RC 6h13’32″ @06’59″62) Fallon,Thomas J Black Rose 6h13’33″ @07’00″63) Stewart,Brian V Phoenix A 6h13’36″ @07’03″64) Moloney,Brendan 3 South Dublin 6h13’40″ @07’07″65) Smyth,John V Phoenix B 6h13’45″ @07’12″66) Zaidan,Darragh Y VCC Morteau-Mont 6h14’31″ @07’58″67) Russell,Michael V Four Masters CC 6h14’56″ @08’23″68) McIlwaine,Devon 3 Duffin Transport 6h14’58″ @08’25″69) Gault,James V Phoenix B 6h16’19″ @09’46″70) Sheridan,Francis J Donegal Bay CC 6h16’27″ @09’54″71) Spath,Melanie LADY 3 CycleWays CC 6h17’49″ @11’16″72) Warnock,Glenn 3 Omagh Wheelers 6h17’56″ @11’23″73) McCafferty,Pauric Y Four Masters CC 6h18’19″ @11’46″74) Cole,Kyle J Cycling Ulster S 6h18’53″ @12’20″75) O’Hagan,Niall V Duffin Transport 6h19’30″ @12’57″76) McHugh,Jason V Four Masters CC 6h20’31″ @13’58″77) Conlon,Ger 3 Comeragh CC 6h20’33″ @14’00″78) Toughy,Peter 3 Castlebar TF Roy 6h20’42″ @14’09″79) Long,Neil Y Dublin Wheelers 6h21’41″ @15’08″80) McBride,Peter 3 Errigal CC 6h22’30″ @15’57″81) Reade,Aidan V Black Rose 6h25’38″ @19’05″82) Conroy,Rory 3 Castlebar TF Roy 6h25’47″ @19’14″83) O’Conluain,Ciaran 2 UCD Team 6h27’14″ @20’41″84) Boylan,Kenny V Lakeland CC 6h29’21″ @22’48″85) Mullane,Stephen 3 Donegal Bay CC 6h29’26″ @22’53″86) Dooey,Jonathan 3 Spires CC 6h30’28″ @23’55″87) Parker,Barrick Y UCD Team 6h32’35″ @26’02″88) Loughren,Mark V Bray Wheelers B 6h35’17″ @28’44″89) McMullen,Michael V North Down CC 6h36’35″ @30’02″90) Driver,Mark 3 Bray Wheelers B 6h46’34″ @40’01″91) O’Higgins,Ben YY Bray Wheelers 6h50’07″ @43’34″92) Doherty,Mickey 3 North Pole CC 7h09’12″ @1h02’39″93) Doyle,Jim V Foyle CC 7h09’32″ @1h02’59″94) Gavin,Paul V I.V.C.A 7h20’05″ @1h13’32″95) Henry,Joe 3 Phoenix B 7h23’09″ @1h16’36″96) Moran,Tonya LADY 3 U/A 7h26’26″ @1h19’53″97) Brice,Amy LADY 3 Phoenix Lady 7h30’42″ @1h24’09″98) Elder,Nigel 3 Chain Reaction-V 7h42’18″ @1h35’45″Team General Classification1 Cycling U 18h25’35″2 Bray Whee @ 30″3 Phoenix A @ 03’54″4 Chain Rea @ 04’16″5 Errigal C @ 05’52″Mountains Competition1 Clarke,C ULS 162 McKee,G CRV 143 Hambrook,S VCC 144 Blanchfield, BRA 115 Robinson,G BRA 56 Cox,S ROS 57 Richardson,I UCD 58 Fallon,T ROS 5Junior Overall1 Clarke,C ULS = 6h06’33″2 Hambrook,S VCC @ 01’41″3 Stewart,D ULS @ 03’03″4 Prendergast,J ROS @ 05’05″5 Doyle,M ULS @ 05’29″U/23 Overall1 Adair,M CRV = 6h09’15″2 Potts,M ULS @ 33″3 Stanley,A UNI @ 01’17″4 Hunter,D ERR @ 03’12″5 Zaidan,D VCC @ 05’16″CYCLING: CLARKE BREAKTHROUGH AT RAS DHUN NA nGALL was last modified: June 4th, 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)last_img read more


first_imgHello and welcome back to the Country Corner hope you all enjoyed last week’s article.Country Music News• Lisa Mc Hugh – The talented newcomer was born in Scotland and has now moved to Donegal. Lisa has strong Irish connections as her mother is from Falcarragh, Co Donegal, and her father a native of Castlederg, Co Tyrone. She first made her mark on the national scene in December 2009 as a finalist on TG4’s Glor Tire where her mentor was the ever-popular Robert Mizzell. Within a comparatively short period of time she has established herself as one of the top drawing country acts in Ireland. Lisa’s new CD entitled Dreams Come To Life is out Fri 13th April – Tracks featured on the new album include: In The Glow Of The Light, ,To Daddy; This I Promise You; False Eyelashes; Help Me Make It Through The Night; Why’d Ya Come In Here?, Some Days You Gotta Dance, Out There Somewhere; I Can’t Be Bothered; The Court Of Love The Lightning Express; You’re The First Think of; Words Don’t Reach My Heart, Time Has Come – don’t forget to check out Lisa’s website http://lisa-mchugh.com/Mary B & Paul Gallagher – from Ardara in Co.Donegal have released there brand new Cd entitled – The One and Only – Mary B and Paul are working extensively all over England, Scotland and Ireland.“We have the versatility to play both ‘Country &Western’ clubs as well as the ‘Irish Clubs.We are also a popular choice for weddings, as our show is adaptable to suit. In fact we were chosen by Daniel O’ Donnell and Majella to play their wedding in 2004.”12 Great Songs on this CD – from your country classics to Irish Country makes this a great CD to get – also don’t forget Paul played all the instruments himself, check out their brand new website http://marybandpaulgallagher.com/ Jason Mc Gilligan – Jason’s brand new single ‘Back to Yesterday’ is set for release in early April and will undoubtedly be a hit with listeners and dancers across the board. The song was penned with Jason in mind by local singer / songwriter Liam McLaughlin and will be available for request on all local radio stations. To accompany the release of the single, will be a brand new music video which will feature on the very popular SKY TV showcase Hot Country, check out Jason’s website http://www.jasonmcgilligan.com/Patrick Feeney is one of Ireland’s great entertainers, and this week he releases his brand new single I Loved Her First, the song is about a father talking to the man who is about to marry his daughter, telling him that he is having difficulty giving her away because he loved her first. Check out patricks website – www.patrickfeeney.ieQuick SnipetsGerry Guthrie from Co.Mayo has a new single out in the next few weeks – keep tuned next week for more details – in the mean time check out www.gerryguthrie.ieLeona Hoey from Cullyhanna, in Co.Armagh has just released her new single entitled – They Don’t Make Em Like My Daddy Anymore. Dave Sheriff from the United Kingdom, has just released his brand new single entitled – End in Tears a lovely duet with Lisa Stanley. Don’t forget its available to download at www.davesheriff.com and iTunes, etc.New singles very soon from Nathan Carter, Derek RyanCheck out his brand new Video – Johnny Brady – My Mother, My Teacher, My friend – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jx8cNIkgq5o&context=C4963000ADvjVQa1PpcFNfE19yXytHnr8ti1e6SobyrPgfaujxu_s=Dancing Dates Fri 30th MarchThe Melon Country Hotel – OmaghJimmy Buckley & BandSat 31st MarchThe Riverclub – CastlefinPatrick Feeney & BandSat 31st MarchAllingham Arms Hotel – BundoranLisa Mc Hugh & BandYou can also check out my website which is www.keepitcountryradioshow.co.uk for all the latest in Irish Country MusicMUSIC: STEPHEN DOHERTY’S COUNTRY CORNER was last modified: March 30th, 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 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:STEPHEN DOHERTY’S COUNTRY CORNERlast_img read more


first_imgA huge crowd is expected to run, jog and walk the Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin 5km at Glencar Letterkenny this evening, Thursday, at 7:30pm.This 5km is a tremendous opportunity for all those athletes, fun runners, joggers and walkers to test themselves on this new course. It is also a great warm up for the North West’s forthcoming flagship event of the year, the North West 10km.Registration is from 6:15 pm at Gaelscoil Adhamhnáin in Glencar, cost €8 runners, €5 walkers, €2 children, who must be accompanied by an adult. So come along and make it a family occasion.For more information see Facebook 5kgaelscoiladh and www.gaelscoiladhamhnain.com WARM UP FOR THE NORTH WEST 10K WITH GAELSCOIL 5K THIS EVENING was last modified: April 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:WARM UP FOR THE NORTH WEST 10K WITH GAELSCOIL 5K THIS THURSDAYlast_img read more