A Visit With Oasis tlc in Middletown

first_imgPhotos by Tina ColellaMIDDLETOWN – OASIS tlc is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote inclusion and acceptance of autistic individuals into their local communities by establish- ing environmentally exemplary farm centers that provide meaningful work, peaceful and healthy residences and community interaction.Students of the Transitional Residential/Adult Independent Learning (T.R.A.I.L.) Center help with raising chickens for eggs, growing food in a geodesic dome (soon to also be raising fish too), weave tote bags and color coded collars for the goats, create artwork and make bread. The farm features baby chicks and baby goats that are raised for their milk to make cheese and soap.Mai Cleary, president of OASIS tlc, holds a new baby chick while residents bake bread in the residence’s kitchen.last_img read more

Champs Watch 17 | The best single event

first_imgIn 2016, the boys’ Class One 100 metres was the most anticipated event at Boys and Girls Championships. Nigel Ellis of St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), Raheem Chambers of St Jago High and Jhevaughn Matherson of Kingston College all had possible claims to the most sought after gold medal in the greatest secondary level championships in the world. Everybody was watching. Ellis won in 10.18 seconds and became the first STETHS boy to win the Class One 100m, ahead of Chambers and Matherson. A year later, with Ellis and Chambers both gone, Matherson is the early favourite in the same event despite the arrival of the last two Class Two champions – the Calabar High School pair of De’Jour Russell and Michael Stevens – in his age category. With that pair being brought along slowly by the Calabar coaching staff headed by Michael Clarke, there’s no buzz about ‘the 100m’ just yet. Instead current consensus on the best event at Champs this points elsewhere. If Champs started on February 18 and not March 28, the best event would be the Class Two 100 metres hurdles for girls. Four fine athletes have presented themselves as candidates for the three medals on offer. Brittany Anderson of Vere, last year’s Class Three 80 metres winner and record breaker, has already run faster than the Class Two record of 13.38 seconds. Shanette Allison, Holmwood’s former Class Three and Four gold medallist, and Ray-Donna Lee of Hydel are going so fast that some experts worry that reigning champion Dazsay Freeman of Manchester High will be pushed off the podium this time. Freeman hasn’t done too many hurdle races so far this season. While she’s been away, Anderson, Allison and Lee have been super. The compact Allison zipped 13.46 seconds at the Central Hurdles and Relays last month on the same day that Lee beat Anderson at the Wint/McKenley Classic at Calabar. That time by Allison broke the Central Hurdles and Relays record which was set by Peta-Gaye Williams who set the Champs record in 2013. Allison and Anderson ran 13.40 and 13.48 in different races at the Queens/Grace Jackson meet and when they met at the Youngster Goldsmith Classic, Anderson unleashed her run of 13.18 seconds with Lee at 13.51. Yet, when Lee met Freeman at the Western Relays last Saturday, they ran neck and neck to the finish with Lee getting the edge in 13.5 seconds. Freeman ran 13.69 seconds into a heavy headwind to take the gold medal at Boys and Girls’ Champions last year. Her close race with Lee will make the others know that she will be ready when it counts. In the meantime, the high quality in this year’s Class Two 100 metres hurdles makes the event the best event this time around. Allison, Anderson, Freeman and Lee, listed here alphabetically, present hope for the future as current World Champion Danielle Williams also won in Class Two, in her last year at the Queen’s School. Anderson and Freeman even have Williams’ long legged frame. Allison and Lee are smaller and fizz with speed. Perhaps, for one of them, the old Champs adage will prove true by giving fans a chance to see an Olympic champion in the making. – HUBERT LAWRENCE has attended Champs since 1980. UNLEASHEDlast_img read more

Pacquiao proves critics wrong; next fight still up in the air

first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Australian conditioning coach Justin Fortune, meanwhile, expressed disgust over the senator’s detractors.“He restored his legacy with this fight, I mean there’s a lot of haters out there, like tons of them,” said Fortune the morning after the fight.Paul Supan of Jose Rizal University in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA),  who watched the fight live, said people need “to separate Pacquiao the boxer from Pacquiao the politician.”Supan came here with Arellano University’s Peter Cayco and Letran’s Fr. Vic Calvo as they felt it was Pacquiao’s last fight.“People were saying ‘Pacquiao is washed up, why is Pacquiao still fighting’ which are all ridiculous,” said Supan.ADVERTISEMENT Trump assembles a made-for-TV impeachment defense team LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next While Pacquiao has not named who he would like to fight next, he said Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a welcome foe should the American come out of retirement for a rematch.Mayweather beat Pacquiao via unanimous decision in Las Vegas three years ago.“Mayweather? If he decides to go back to boxing then that is the time we are going to call the shots,” Pacquiao told reporters.“I have the belt, so it’s up to him. If he wants to come back, let’s do a second one,” he said.Three-weight world champion Terence Crawford is another possible money-spinning bout, as is a rematch with Horn, who wrested the WBO belt from Pacquiao a year ago.Crawford, now rated as the “best pound-for-pound fighter” in the world, has never fought outside of the US.   Pacquiao might be lured by a lucrative share of revenues.Veteran promoter Bob Arum has also talked up a super fight with his Top Rank stable’s three-belt lightweight champion Vasyl Lomachenko, but that would necessitate Pacquaio dropping back from 147 to 140 or 135 pounds—weight divisions he has not fought at for 10 years.Legislative dutiesBut for now, the man who may run for President will return to his day job in the Senate where his inbox has been filling up while he was away.“There’s going to be a lot of work in the office,” he said with a grin.   —WITH A REPORT FROM AFP Putin’s, Xi’s ruler-for-life moves pose challenges to West Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs “My next fight, I want to defend my belt,” Pacquiao said.  “If boxing is not my passion, I would not fight again.”“It’s like I’m addicted to boxing and I really love to fight and bring honor to my country.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Pacquiao, his family and team arrived in General Santos City on Monday, a day after his seventh-round technical knockout victory over Lucas Matthysse for the World Boxing Association welterweight title at Axiata Arena here.Nonbelievers Report: Disney dropping the ‘Fox’ from movie studio names MOST READ Filipino athletes should also emulate Pacquiao, according to 1-Pacman Party-list Rep. Mikee Romero.“Our athletes in the coming Asian Games in Indonesia should know the true meaning of focus, sacrifice and discipline because these were ingredients used by Sen. Pacquiao to make a big comeback,” said Romero, listed as the richest member of Congress and one of several lawmakers who watched the fight live.Fortune, a former world heavyweight title contender, cited several great boxers with extended careers like Bernard Hopkins and George Foreman.“A lot of great champions proved it,” Fortune added.Fortune said he would love Pacquiao to bring his act to Wembley Stadium in London against Briton Amir Khan for his next fight.“If I had my way, you know, Wembley Stadium 100,000 people, come on, it’s Pacquiao,” said Fortune. “He (Pacquiao) brought 52,000 people in Brisbane, Australia, [in 2017], they’re for Pacquiao not for [Australian Jeff] Horn.”“English are great boxing fans, and they love, love, love Manny,” said Fortune of his ward who famously knocked out Briton Ricky Hatton in the second round of their 2009 bout.Former light welterweight champion Khan has long wanted a crack at Pacquiao and the pair agreed to fight in Dubai last year before the deal collapsed when investors failed to come up with the money in time.Khan’s speed and power could trouble Pacquiao but the Briton has suffered huge knockout defeats in the past at the hands of big punchers Danny Garcia and Saul “Canelo” Alvares.Who’s next? Carpio 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 ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines poses after defeating Lucas Matthysse of Argentina during their WBA World welterweight title bout in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, July 15, 2018. Pacquiao won the WBA welterweight world title after knocking out Matthysse on round seven. (AP Photo/Yam G-Jun)KUALA Lumpur—His strength emanates from the Supreme Being but all his achievements are the fruits of hard work and dedication to his sport.A reflective, somber Manny Pacquiao on Monday said the formula to his success is not really a secret even as he declared he will defend his welterweight belt even after he turns 40 years old in December.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Scratchers find way back to top View commentslast_img read more

Fire returns inside Mourinho at Man United

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments In Monday’s news conference ahead of a Champions League match against Juventus, Mourinho didn’t like the questions he was getting so he decided to answer his own.“I don’t like this press conference,” he said, after rebuffing — or only giving short answers to — questions about Real Madrid’s current crisis, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez. “I think the press conference is going in other directions. So if it’s going in other directions, I also want to go in another direction.”He proceeded to return to Saturday’s melee at Stamford Bridge, which saw Mourinho react to the taunts of one of Chelsea’s backroom staff, Marco Ianni, after Chelsea’s late goal that secured a 2-2 draw. Mourinho leapt from his seat in the dugout and attempted to confront Ianni, only to be held back by security staff and members of his own coaching team.On Monday, the English Football Association said Mourinho had been “formally reminded of his responsibilities” in relation to Saturday’s incident. Ianni was charged with improper conduct.“I don’t think he deserves more than what he got,” Mourinho said, referring to Ianni. “He apologized to me, I accept his apologies. I think he deserves a second chance, I don’t think he deserves to be sacked.”ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Carpio 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 Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? LATEST STORIES Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho looks at his watch, during a training session at the Aon Training Complex, in Manchester, England, Monday, Oct. 22, 2018. Manchester United will play Juventus in a group stage Group H Champions League soccer match on Tuesday. (Martin Rickett/PA via AP)MANCHESTER, England — The fire is back inside Jose Mourinho.Two weeks ago, the Manchester United manager was swearing in front of a television camera . Two days ago, he was involved in a touchline fracas at the end of a Premier League game. And on Monday, he was expressing a desire for a long stay at England’s biggest club.ADVERTISEMENT Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title “I’m happy to see my contract out to the very last day of that contract,” Mourinho said Monday, “and I would like to stay after my contract ends.”That Mourinho felt emboldened to talk about a long-term future at United is a sign he believes his position at Old Trafford is more secure after fevered speculation in recent weeks.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSince the night at the start of this month when headlines emerged in a major British newspaper that Mourinho was about to be fired, United has come from two goals down to beat Newcastle 3-2 and then was only denied a win at Chelsea on Saturday after conceding a goal in the sixth minute of stoppage time.Mourinho is still under pressure but the crisis appears to have abated — for now. And some of his charisma and confidence is returning. Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college And just like that, the agenda had changed. It was typical Mourinho.Lose to Juventus at Old Trafford on Tuesday, and the pressure could be back on Mourinho as United’s chances of advancing from its Champions League would be in the balance.After beating Young Boys, United drew 0-0 at home against Valencia and is two points behind Juventus in second place. After the back-to-back games against Juventus, United could soon find itself in third place.Returning to Old Trafford with Juventus is Ronaldo, who played for United from 2003-09 before moving to Real Madrid, where he played under Mourinho.“I thought Cristiano is in a level where he doesn’t need these questions and these answers,” Mourinho said, showing contempt at just being asked about Ronaldo’s greatness. “He is one of the best players of all time and nobody can tell different than that, he’s one of the best players of all time.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Draymond Green: Banned Rockets-Lakers players got off lightly Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plumlast_img read more

25 more Guyanese recruited as flight attendants

first_img– on Dynamic Airways Following a three-month selection process, 25 young Guyanese were added to the Dynamic International Airways team to serve as trainee flight attendants to their cabin crew.This recruitment on Thursday was made as the international carrier celebrates three years of operations in Guyana through their local franchise, Roraima Airways.Present at the recruitment ceremony on Friday was the Chief Executive Officer of Roraima Airways, Captain Gerald Gouveia, who expressed delight as another batch of Guyanese was recruited to the Dynamic family.“The Roraima/Dynamic partnership is creating employment for 25 young Guyanese,” expressed the Captain. He went on to say that, “The creation of jobs for young Guyanese everyday should be an obsession with every Guyanese leader, every business leader, and every political leader. Every day, the creation of jobs for young people is giving them hope for the future, giving real meaning to creating a better life. This is what we at Roraima have been doing and we are very pleased and proud of that.”Moreover, Gouveia pointed out that, “These young people who are selected have been selected after a long and tedious process. As such, he further indicated that only the cream of the crop were selected.With that, Gouveia congratulated the new recruits, while urging them to make the best of the opportunity. As a matter of fact, he noted that the job will often take them away from their families thereby condemning them for their choice to serve.Also speaking at the event hosted at the Duke Lodge was a previous recruit to Dynamic Airlines, who later went on to be a captain. Amber Lowe pointed out to the incoming individuals that they now hold the responsibility of being ambassadors of Guyana and encouraged the 25 to serve their country well.“I have to say, Dynamic was the foundation of my career. It kick started all that I knew I wanted to become and for that I will always truly be grateful for the opportunity I was given and now another 25 Guyanese people are been given,” relayed the young Captain.Lowe even pointed out that her experience in aviation can be compared to that of a superhero, given that it often results in taking risks to safeguard the life of others.At the event, the 25 new recruits were afforded the opportunity to extend gratitude to the Captain and both Roraima and Dynamic Airways. Furthermore, they expressed excitement to embark on a new journey and indicated that they are prepared to deliver quality customer service.The 25 recruits are set to leave for New York this Sunday to commence preparations for their journey as Dynamic flight attendants. They will then return to commence training in Guyana on June 12.This batch marks the largest recruit since Dynamic’s arrival in Guyana with the former intakes still attached to the airline. To date, Dynamic has taken into their wings a total of about 56 Guyanese to serve as attendants onboard their flights.last_img read more

Huskies turn attention to rematch with Blades after loss to Navigators

first_imgThe Huskies opened the scoring in the first period as John Apsassin found the back of the net midway through the frame.In the second period a disastrous 1:44 struck Fort St. John five minutes into the frame. The Navigators scored three unanswered goals to take a quick 3-1 lead. The Huskies battled back however as they closed the gap to one with a powerplay goal, but 31 seconds after that Peace River restored their two goal lead. In the final minute of the second period the Huskies again closed the gap to one entering the third.The Navigators scored twice in the opening 4:42 of the final frame. Fort St. John got to within two but they would get no closer the rest of the way as the Navs added a final tally at the 11:25 mark to round out the scoring.- Advertisement -Finding the back of the net for the Huskies were John Apsassin, Kody Disher, Cayle Bell, and Thomas Webster.The Huskies will be back in action tonight at the North Peace Arena for a game against the Beaverlodge Blades at 8 p.m.last_img read more

Peace River Regional District looking to adopt new community plan

first_imgThe draft West Peace Fringe Area OCP was sent out for external agency referral on May 22, 2019, and the Public Hearing held July 9, 2019NoticeAgendaMinutesSecond Reading of the draft West Peace Fringe Area OCP was rescinded and given a new second Reading on September 5, 2019, due to the need for amendments that were identified after the original second Reading.A second Public Hearing is now required and is scheduled for October 2, 2019. To read the report; CLICK HERE CHETWYND, B.C. – The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) is adopting a new West Peace Fringe Area Official Community Plan (OCP).The West Peace Fringe Area Official Community Plan sets out objectives and policies to guide decisions on planning and land use management within the Chetwynd fringe area.The Public Hearing is on October 2, 2019, at 7:00 pm being held at the Chetwynd and District Recreation Centre. The Public Hearing gives residents the opportunity to ask questions and comment to the Regional District regarding the proposed plan.- Advertisement -The Official Community Plan for the rural areas surrounding Chetwynd is being reviewed. This includes the areas of Moberly Lake, Jackfish Lake, Wabi Hill, Wildmare and Dokie.The draft West Peace Fringe Area OCP received 1st Reading on September 27, 2018, to read the report; CLICK HERE The draft West Peace Fringe Area OCP received 2nd Reading on June 13, 2019, to read the report; CLICK HEREAdvertisementlast_img read more


first_imgA public meeting to discuss the up-coming referendum on the European Fiscal Compact Treaty is to be held in Dungloe tomorrow, Friday 27thApril.The meeting will include guest speakers Independent TD Thomas Pringle, Socialist Party MEP Pól Murphy and local independent political activist Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig (pictured).The referendum, on 31st May, will decide whether or not we want to fall into line with the treaty being set up by other European leaders and financial bodies to give more control over how debt lending to countries is carried out. It comes in the wake of the financial meltdown in recent years which seen governments across Europe borrowing massive amounts of money from the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank in an attempt to bail out failing banks. Organiser of the Dungloe meeting Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig said that it was very important that people informed themselves on this referendum as it held huge implications for the country and the future of its people.“I would urge people to inform themselves of this up-coming referendum and not just listen to the spin put on it by the government and financial institutions. This referendum is the latest attempt by the bureaucrats in Europe to take more control of our country and if passed will see the people of this state paying even more money to a bailout fund” Mr Mac Giolla Easbuig said.“It is highly questionable whether or not this treaty is even legal. Already proceedings have been initiated by Thomas Pringle to determine if the treaty is legal under EU treaty law and Irish Constitutional law given the fact that it will mean we will be directed to raise capital to the tune of over €11billion at the behest of a European institution. There is also the possiblity that this figure could be increased if so demanded but yet we will have no say over how this money is used.“It is just another attempt by the political establishment across Europe to shore up an already failed financial system which solely has the interestes of big business at its heart. Once again we see another move to make the majority of our society pay for the mistakes of a small and extremely wealthy elite and continue on a road of boom and bust with little regard for the ordinary people. So this meeting in Dungloe will be a good opportunity for people to discuss the treaty and referendum and to make an informed decision on May 31st . We will explain the reasons why we think the treaty should be rejected .” The meeting on Friday 27th April will be held in Ionad Teapaill Chróine, Dungloe and will begin at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend. For more information please call 0858042050 or 0868845476.ENDS DUNGLOE TO HOST FISCAL TREATY REFERENDUM MEETING was last modified: April 26th, 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:DUNGLOE TO HOST FISCAL TREATY REFERENDUM MEETINGlast_img read more


first_imgRas Dhun na nGall 2014Stage 1  ResultsArdara – Ardara 30 May 2014 Stage 1  Stage ResultNesbitt Arms Hotel/ Ardara Town TradersIssued: 30 May 2014, 21:57———————————————————————— Organisation: Four Masters CC          Country: IRLClass: na                              .Winner’s Time: 1h13’21”                Deadline: NoneRace Dist: 52.00 kms / 32.34 Miles     Total Dist: 52.00 kms / 32.34 milesSpeed: 42.54 kph / 26.45 mph           Average: 42.54 kph / 26.45 mph Number of Starters: 130                Number of Finishers: 129Did Not Start:  8                      Did Not Finish:  1————————————————————————PL No. UCI Code    Name                 TM  Team                       Time       @ 1 122             Breheny,Joseph       UCD UCD                    1h13’21”2 109             Hylands,Luke         TVR Team Vision Racing     1h13’21”3  52             McBride,Peter        ERR Errigal CC             1h13’21”4  27             Corcorcan,Liam       CAS Castlebar CC           1h13’21”5 125             O’Malley,Terry       UCD UCD                    1h13’21”6 126             O’Reilly,Paul        UCD UCD                    1h13’21”7 138             Quinn,Paul           IWH Island Wheelers        1h13’21”8  10             Kane,Bobby           BAN Bann Wheelers          1h13’21”9  16             Moore,Darnell        CAL Caldwell               1h13’21”10  41             McGarrigle,Dylan     DON Donegal                1h13’21”————————————————————————General Classification————————————————————————PL No. UCI Code     Name                 CAT Team                GC Time          @1 122              Breheny,Joseph       2   UCD                1h13’21”2 109              Hylands,Luke         3   Team Vision Raci   1h13’21”      = s/t3  52              McBride,Peter        2   Errigal CC         1h13’21”      = s/t4  27              Corcorcan,Liam       U   Castlebar CC       1h13’21”      = s/t5 125              O’Malley,Terry       3   UCD                1h13’21”      = s/t6 126              O’Reilly,Paul        3   UCD                1h13’21”      = s/t7 138              Quinn,Paul           3   Island Wheelers    1h13’21”      = s/t8  10              Kane,Bobby           2   Bann Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t9  16              Moore,Darnell        J   Caldwell           1h13’21”      = s/t10  41              McGarrigle,Dylan     J   Donegal            1h13’21”      = s/t11 114              Clarke,Cathal        J   The Belgain Proj   1h13’21”      = s/t12  21              Kelly,Michael        3   Carn Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t13  35              Reilly,Ryan          J   Cycling Ulster     1h13’21”      = s/t14 132              McBride,Aaron        U   Four Masters       1h13’21”      = s/t15  75              Doherty,Michael      V   North Pole         1h13’21”      = s/t16 105              Feeley,Daire         J   SeEng              1h13’21”      = s/t17  38              Doherty,Rossa        J   Donegal            1h13’21”      = s/t18  12              Hinch,Philip         2   Brotherton         1h13’21”      = s/t19 118              Orr,Ryan             J   The Belgain Proj   1h13’21”      = s/t20  51              Keeney,Cormac        3   Errigal CC         1h13’21”      = s/t21  70              Farrell,Rory         2   Newry Wheelers     1h13’21”      = s/t22 110              McKnight,David       V   Team Vision Raci   1h13’21”      = s/t23  86              Hudson,Neal          3   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t24  39              Donoghue,Evan        J   Donegal            1h13’21”      = s/t25  99              Vereker,Martin       3   St Tiernans        1h13’21”      = s/t26 100              Coyle,Chris          3   Strabane           1h13’21”      = s/t27  37              McAllister,Leo       2   Dig Deep           1h13’21”      = s/t28  69              Curran,Conor         J   Newry Wheelers     1h13’21”      = s/t29  68              McGauley,Mark        2   MAD MTB            1h13’21”      = s/t30  20              Kelly,Patrick        3   Carn Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t31 128              Devins,Michael       V   U/A                1h13’21”      = s/t32  11              Kelly,Aidan          3   Bikeworx Celbrid   1h13’21”      = s/t33  89              Sheridan,Fionn       3   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t34 135              Walsh,Stephen        3   Carn Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t35  42              McGinley,Jordan      J   Donegal            1h13’21”      = s/t36  19              Gribbon,Alastair     V   Carn Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t37 133              Boyle,John           V   Tir Chonaill       1h13’21”      = s/t38  23              McCrory,Joseph       3   Carn Wheelers      1h13’21”      = s/t39 112              Hughes,Keith         V   Bikeworx           1h13’21”      = s/t40  17              Mulligan,Paul        V   Caldwell           1h13’21”      = s/t41  83              Collins,Aidan        3   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t42  61              Purcell,Billy        3   Usher IRC          1h13’21”      = s/t43  33              McAuley,Craig        J   Cycling Ulster     1h13’21”      = s/t44 101              Orr,Rodney           3   Strabane           1h13’21”      = s/t45   8              Shaw,Ryan            U   Ballymena          1h13’21”      = s/t46  95              Wright,Jody          3   Phoenix CC         1h13’21”      = s/t47  50              Somers,Michael       3   Eire OG            1h13’21”      = s/t48  96              Gallagher,Richard    3   St Tiernans        1h13’21”      = s/t49 130              McKenna,Barry        V   West Tyrone        1h13’21”      = s/t50 115              Gilmore,Curtis       U   The Belgain Proj   1h13’21”      = s/t51  59              DiBacco,Valerio      3   Galway Bay CC      1h13’21”      = s/t52  13              McNally,Gerard       V   BVRC               1h13’21”      = s/t53 123              Dwyer,Niall          3   UCD                1h13’21”      = s/t54 111              Stewart,Rodney       V   Team Vision Raci   1h13’21”      = s/t55 117              McBride,Michael      U   The Belgain Proj   1h13’21”      = s/t56  74              Connor,Myles         V   North Pole         1h13’21”      = s/t57 121              McGee,Peter          V   Tir Chonaill       1h13’21”      = s/t58  60              Kelly,Donal          2   Galway Bay CC      1h13’21”      = s/t59  15              Donaghey,David       3   Caldwell           1h13’21”      = s/t60   6              Grant,Cliff          V   Ballymena          1h13’21”      = s/t61 108              Vaughan,Paul         2   Sportactive        1h13’21”      = s/t62  84              Collins,Diarmuid     2   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t63  90              Watson,Nick          3   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t64  36              Swan,Aaron           J   Cycling Ulster     1h13’21”      = s/t65   4              Brennan,Matthew      U   Ballymena          1h13’21”      = s/t66  94              McVeigh,Ciaran       3   Phoenix CC         1h13’21”      = s/t67  67              McDunphy,Con         J   Lucan              1h13’21”      = s/t68  79              Muldoon,Caimin       J   Nicolas Roche PT   1h13’21”      = s/t69  26              Benson,Karl          J   Castlebar CC       1h13’21”      = s/t70  97              Malone,John          3   St Tiernans        1h13’21”      = s/t71 120              Brennan,Michael      3   Tir Chonaill       1h13’21”      = s/t72 129              Carroll,David        V   Usher IRC          1h13’21”      = s/t73 113              O’Kane,Michael       V   Termon Wheelers    1h13’21”      = s/t74  31              McGreehan,Nathan     J   Cuchulainn CC      1h13’21”      = s/t75  40              McBrearty,Eamonn     J   Donegal            1h13’21”      = s/t76   9              Taggart,Simon        3   Ballymena          1h13’21”      = s/t77  46              Kilgallen,Peter      J   Eire OG            1h13’21”      = s/t78  58              Russell,Michael      V   Four Masters       1h13’21”      = s/t79 137              Murphy,Stephen       J   Cunga              1h13’21”      = s/t80  28              Moran,Gary           J   Castlebar CC       1h13’21”      = s/t81  91              Boyle,Edmond         V   Phoenix CC         1h13’21”      = s/t82  81              McCarter,Darragh     2   Omagh Wheelers     1h13’21”      = s/t83  53              McKinley,Matthew     3   Errigal CC         1h13’21”      = s/t84  63              Dunlop,Raymond       3   Lakeland           1h13’21”      = s/t85  72              Sands,Jude           U   Newry Wheelers     1h13’21”      = s/t86  85              Connors,Odhran       2   Orwell CC          1h13’21”      = s/t87  64              Grory,Kieran         V   Lakeland           1h13’21”      = s/t88 116              Hanna,Zak            U   The Belgain Proj   1h13’21”      = s/t89 136              Scully,Gary          2   Nenagh CC          1h13’21”      = s/t90   1              Balassi,Daniel       3   Adamstown CC       1h13’21”      = s/t91  65              Dillon,Colm          3   Limerick CC        1h13’21”      = s/t92  32              Maguire,Rory         J   Cycling Ulster     1h13’21”      = s/t93  54              Clancy,Donal         3   Four Masters       1h13’21”      = s/t94  98              May,Fergal           3   St Tiernans        1h13’21”      = s/t95  93              Byrne,Olan           3   Phoenix CC         1h13’21”      = s/t96  29              Tuohy,Peter          2   Castlebar CC       1h13’21”      = s/t97   2              Greer,Robert         J   Apollo CT          1h13’21”      = s/t98  47              McMorrow,Brian       3   Eire OG            1h13’21”      = s/t99 102              Ennis,John           3   Bikeworx           1h13’21”      = s/t100  55              Doherty,Denis        3   Four Masters       1h13’21”      = s/t101 107              Heneghan,Kieran      U   SeEng              1h13’21”      = s/t102  73              Carter,Christy       J   North Pole         1h13’21”      = s/t103 103              Hutchinson,Chris     3   Madigan            1h13’42”       @21″104  62              McLaughlin,Cathal    3   Island Wheelers    1h13’44”       @23″105  92              Maguire,Gerard       V   Phoenix CC         1h14’02”       @41″106  43              McGuigan,Phillip     V   Duffin Transport   1h14’02”      = s/t107  25              Taylor,Johnny        2   Carn Wheelers      1h14’04”       @43″108   7              Kiernahan,Nigel      V   Ballymena          1h14’04”      = s/t109  24              Smyth,Desmond        V   Carn Wheelers      1h16’10”    @02’49”110   5              Dougan,David         3   Ballymena          1h16’10”      = s/t111  80              Donaghy,Seamus       3   Omagh Wheelers     1h16’31”    @03’10”112  57              Porter,Ciaran        3   Four Masters       1h17’03”    @03’42”113  34              McComb,Harry         J   Cycling Ulster     1h17’44”    @04’23”114 127              Quinn,Niall          3   UCD                1h19’12”    @05’51”115  66              Farrell,David        3   Longford           1h20’56”    @07’35”116  49              Mulleady,Joseph      3   Eire OG            1h21’01”    @07’40”117 124              Noone,Jamie          3   UCD                1h21’04”    @07’43”118  76              Donnelly,Barry       3   North Pole         1h21’04”      = s/t119  78              Gallagher,Colin      3   North Pole         1h21’04”      = s/t120  22              McAleese,Eunan       U   Carn Wheelers      1h24’20”    @10’59”121 134              Scullion,Michael     3   Carn Wheelers      1h24’20”      = s/t122  44              O’Hagan,Niall        V   Duffin Transport   1h24’20”      = s/t123   3              Booth,Hall           V   Ballymena          1h25’11”    @11’50”124 131              Adair,Matthew        U   XMTB               1h25’37”    @12’16”125  48              McGuinn,Jake         J   Eire OG            1h26’39”    @13’18”126 106              Gibson,Jonathon      V   SeEng              1h28’28”    @15’07”127  56              Morning,Patrick      V   Four Masters       1h29’41”    @16’20”128  77              Eccles,Kieran        3   North Pole         1h29’41”      = s/t129  30              Walsh,Michael        J   Castlebar CC       1h29’41”      = s/t————————————————————————Junior Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name                 TM          Time1  16 Moore,D              CAL =   1h13’21”2  41 McGarrigle,D         DON @3 114 Clarke,C             TBP @4  35 Reilly,R             ULS @5 105 Feeley,D             SNG @————————————————————————U/23 Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name                 TM          Time1  27 Corcorcan,L          CAS =   1h13’21”2 132 McBride,A            FOU @3   8 Shaw,R               BAL @4 115 Gilmore,C            TBP @5 117 McBride,M            TBP @————————————————————————Vet Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name                 TM          Time1  75 Doherty,M            NOP =   1h13’21”2 110 McKnight,D           TVR @3 128 Devins,M             U/A @4  19 Gribbon,A            CAR @5 133 Boyle,J              TCL @6 112 Hughes,K             BIK @————————————————————————Team General Classification————————————————————————PL Name      Time1 UCD       3h40’03”2 Donegal   = s/t3 Carn Whee = s/t4 Team Visi = s/t5 The Belga = s/t6 Orwell CC = s/t————————————————————————CYCLING: RÁS DHÚN NA nGALL RESULTS – STAGE 1 was last modified: May 30th, 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:CYCLING: RAS DONEGAL RESULTS – STAGE 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