Belgium eases mask rules, cuts quarantine despite rising cases

first_img“Wearing a mask is very important in the management of the epidemic. However there is no point in imposing it everywhere all the time,” Wilmes told reporters in Brussels.The country of 11 million people recorded on average 1,374 new infections per day over the past week. In early July, there were about 80 a day. That equates to 136 cases per 100,000 inhabitants over the last 14 days.”The epidemiological situation is not evolving favorably,” Wilmes said.However, there was no clear tightening of measures, unlike other countries such as Britain, which announced curbs likely to last six months on Tuesday.Public events can still be attended by 200 people indoors and 400 outside. Belgians will still able to see up to five people without social distancing, although that could be cut to one depending on the health situation.Belgium, where the European Union and NATO have their headquarters, imposed a lockdown on March 18 due to COVID-19, which has claimed 9,955 lives in the country, one of the world’s highest fatality figures per capita.  Topics : Belgium is ending a requirement to wear masks outdoors and reducing the time people have to self-isolate, in a slight easing of coronavirus restrictions announced on Wednesday despite sharply rising numbers of COVID-19 infections.Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes told a news conference that, from Oct. 1, people who have had contact with an infected person would only have to quarantine for seven days. Masks would no longer be mandatory everywhere outside, as currently the case in the capital Brussels and some other cities, she said.Masks will still have to worn in shops, cinemas, on public transport and in crowded streets.last_img read more

5 persons jailed for ‘illegal cockfighting’

first_imgILOILO City – Five persons were arrestedfor illegal cockfighting in Barangay Guzman-Jesena, Mandurriao district. Police identified them as AgustinDuting, 26; Jaypee Tamonan, 36; Francis Academia,31; Renato Cabolnero, 26; andRonilo Alovera, 37. Police confiscated from them were two gamefowls and P2,100 bet money around 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, a police reportshowed.  center_img Detainedin the lockup cell of the Mandurriao district, the suspects face charges for violation of Presidential Decree1602, which prescribes stiffer penalties on illegal gambling./PNlast_img read more

Ellsworth baseball stays hot with win over Belfast

first_img Latest Posts Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at mmandell@ellsworthamerican.com.center_img Bio ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth baseball team came into 2018 with high expectations. So far this season, the Eagles have done well to meet them.The team’s streak of five straight shutout wins is over, but as Ellsworth has shown lately, this is a squad capable of winning in more ways than one. In their latest encounter, consistency at the plate guided the Eagles to another victory.Ellsworth extended its winning streak to seven games Friday with a 14-4 home victory over Belfast. The six-inning win sent the Eagles to third place in Class B North as the final stretch of the regular season approaches.Ellsworth’s Conner Wagstaff pitches during the fifth inning of a high school baseball game against Belfast on May 11 in Ellsworth. Wagstaff struck out 10 batters to move to 4-0 on the season. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLConner Wagstaff got the start for Ellsworth in search of his third straight shutout, and the junior staff ace looked good for the Eagles early. Wagstaff didn’t allow a hit over the first two innings, and Sam Horne drove in four RBIs on two hits as the home team took a 5-0 lead.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“It was a good day for me,” Horne said. “My teammates got on base and put me in a good spot to succeed. If that doesn’t happen, I can’t knock in any runs.”Wagstaff, though, ran into a bit of trouble in the third and fourth innings. Belfast smacked three straight hits in the third to cut Ellsworth’s lead to 5-2 and forced Wagstaff to get out of a difficult spot in the fourth when it put runners on second and third with only one out.Yet Wagstaff would get out of the jam with two strikeouts to end the top of the inning, and Ellsworth took advantage in a big way in the bottom half. Doubles by Horne and Matt Burnett highlighted a five-run fourth for Ellsworth, which batted around to take a 10-2 lead.“I didn’t have my best stuff today compared to some of my other games, but the team got some nice hits all game long to give me some run support,” Wagstaff said. “It’s easier for you out there when you have breathing room and can relax and settle in.”Wagstaff would give up two more runs in the top of the fifth, but that was all the Lions would get. Ellsworth made the score 11-4 when Jack Lee’s infield single scored Jackson Curtis in the bottom of the inning, and the Eagles walked it off with three runs in the sixth to put the 10-run mercy rule into effect.Horne led the way for the Eagles at the plate on the day with three hits, five RBIs and two runs scored. Burnett had two doubles, four RBIs and a run for Ellsworth (9-1), and Jared Hamilton added two hits, an RBI, four runs scored and a stolen base.Ellsworth’s Austin Baron bats during the fifth inning of a high school baseball game against Belfast on May 11 in Ellsworth. The Eagles had 13 hits in the win. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTO BY MIKE MANDELLWagstaff struck out 10 batters in 4 2/3 innings of work for Ellsworth to improve his record to 4-0 on the season. Senior Brad Smith pitched the final 1 2/3 innings to secure the win over the Lions (5-5).With the win, the Eagles have now outscored their opponents 67-5 since a 5-4 loss to Mount Desert Island on April 24 in Bar Harbor. That heartbreaking loss in extra innings has served to motivate the Eagles, who have been relentless in all facets of the game in the weeks since the defeat.“We didn’t play poorly [against MDI], but we didn’t play as well as we felt we should have,” Ellsworth head coach Dan Curtis said. “The pitchers really responded with those five straight shutouts and the solid game at John Bapst, and then we went out today and did something we really needed to do, which was to erupt offensively.”Ellsworth’s next game will be against two-time defending Class B North champion Old Town (6-3) on the road at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 15. The Eagles will continue a tough week of games when they face first-place Brewer on the road at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17, before concluding it with a home rematch against Old Town at noon Saturday, May 19.“It’s not going to get any easier from here on out for us,” Curtis said. “It’s going to take more great pitching, timely hitting and error-free baseball. That’s a lot to ask in high school, but I think we’re capable of doing it.” MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020last_img read more

UMBC, Vermont put streaks on line

first_img February 21, 2020 Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMaryland-Baltimore County (13-14, 6-6) vs. Vermont (22-6, 12-1)Roy L Patrick Gymnasium, Burlington, Vermont; Saturday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: Vermont looks for its 13th straight conference win against Maryland-Baltimore County. Maryland-Baltimore County’s last America East loss came against the Stony Brook Seawolves 74-63 on Feb. 1. Vermont is coming off a 63-54 win over Stony Brook in its most recent game. Associated Press UMBC, Vermont put streaks on linecenter_img ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com SAVVY SENIORS: Vermont’s Anthony Lamb, Stef Smith and Everett Duncan have collectively accounted for 54 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 48 percent of all Catamounts points over the last five games.CREATING OFFENSE: K.J. Jackson has either made or assisted on 49 percent of all Maryland-Baltimore County field goals over the last three games. Jackson has 23 field goals and 13 assists in those games.STREAK SCORING: Vermont has won its last five home games, scoring an average of 78.6 points while giving up 53.8.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Catamounts have recently used assists to create baskets more often than the Retrievers. Vermont has 47 assists on 81 field goals (58 percent) over its previous three contests while Maryland-Baltimore County has assists on 30 of 73 field goals (41.1 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: The Vermont defense has allowed only 58.4 points per game to opponents this season, ranking the Catamounts fifth among Division I teams. The Maryland-Baltimore County offense has averaged 68.3 points through 27 games (ranked 239th, nationally).last_img read more

Perkins scores twice to power Bombers past Rockers in West Kootenay Fieldhockey

first_img“We had great defence by Lauren Walgren and Emma Gregorich and the mid field is amazing with Hailee Gerun, and captains Naomi Perkins and Allie Zondervan,” said coach Val Gibson.The Bombers return to the pitch Tuesday in to play J. Lloyd Crowe of Trail, Wednesday Stanley Humphries before competing in the Kootenay Tournament Friday and Saturday at Pass Creek.On Tuesday, October 21the semi final playoff game is being played between the second and third-place finishers in the West Kootenay League.The Final is set for Thursday, October 23.There is a wild card game in Kelowna on Tuesday, October 28th for the runner up of the West Kootenay League. The L.V. Rogers Bombers head into a hectic week on the schedule after edging Stanley Humphries Rockers 3-2 Thursday in West Kootenay Girl’s Fieldhockey action at Pass Creek Park in Castlegar.Naomi Perkins led the Bombers with a pair of goals whbile Nao Butterfield added a single.Jenna Wheeldon was in goal to register the win for LVR. It was the first time guarding the cage for Wheeldon.last_img read more

14 HANDS WINERY JUVENILE FILLIES – POST-RACE INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT – SATURDAY, NOV. 5, 2016

first_imgBreeders’ Cup World ChampionshipsSaturday, November 5, 2016Joe CiagliaMario GutierrezPeter EurtonPress ConferenceTHE MODERATOR: Ladies and gentlemen, we’re going to get started. The winner of the 14 Hands Winery Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies was Champagne Room, and we’re very fortunate now to be joined by the winning connections on the right, Mario Gutierrez; in the center, the managing partner of a very large partnership, we’ll learn more about them, is Joe Ciaglia; and on the left, trainer, Peter Eurton. Congratulations, gentlemen, and thank you for joining us here. Peter, let’s hear from you first, if we could get your impressions of how the race was run today.PETER EURTON: Well, I mean, our whole thought today was just not get in her way, meaning don’t choke her down. She’s still a very aggressive by nature, and I think she’s going to grow up out of that and maybe be a little more relaxed early on, so we just wanted to let her run out of there and think about where we are after that. Mario did an excellent job on getting her into good position.THE MODERATOR: Mario, can you tell us about that trip as well as instructions that you might have gotten from Peter beforehand and how it played out.MARIO GUTIERREZ: Everything played out good, right? We got the win. We got the win. Just like how he said, you know, the main thing was like not to get in trouble with her. He helped a lot that she breaks really fast out of the gate, so that was a plus for us. She broke on top, and from that point on, the position really helped her as well. Then she was a little bit strong, but I was able to relax a bit in the backstretch and follow the buffer horse. From that point on, she was waiting until I said in the end, when I asked her, she was all game, she was all heart, and she demonstrated that all the way to the wire.THE MODERATOR: Joe, congratulations to you. I heard in your interview with Jay Privman, you’re a local. Tell us about the experience of winning a Breeders’ Cup Race here at your home track.JOE CIAGLIA: Well, we started out really kind of claiming horses, Pete and I, and Mr. Alesia, and another man named Mike Mellon. We were just happy winning. Slowly we started buying horses and learning from that, and Larry Zap, our Bloodstock agent, and we started spending a little bit more and a little bit more. We were fortunate five years ago to run the same race at Churchill, and we ran third, and that was our first graded winner that we ran with, it was a great experience.As we continue to progress, we have some new good friends and good partners. We have Ryan Exline, Justin Border, Dan Legan, Robin Christensen over here. Am I missing anybody else? Phil, Phil. So it’s nice when you have a great group of people. And we go to the sales with Larry Zap and Peter Eurton, we give them the opportunity to buy what they think is right. And they only buy horses that they love, and they love this one.So it’s great to have a group of people that can support us and buy in together. It’s a lot of fun winning as a group. This little guy, Mario, next to me, I would not want to win with anybody else. He’s got the greatest personality and greatest attitude. He’s shorter than me, which I love, and we’re good friends.THE MODERATOR: Well, we want to learn more about Champagne Room. But I’m going to open it up for the media if they have any questions. If not, I’ll keep going. Peter, if you can just take us through the last race where she had a little bit of trouble, which I’m sure is why she was overlooked by the betters today, but what happened last time out?PETER EURTON: Well, she broke well, and the whole theory was just to sit behind the speed. So she broke a little slow. Mike just kind of sat on her for a couple of strides and she grabbed the bridle. She was stuck inside for, I would say, probably a good 5/8th a mile, literally running off. But that was her first time going two turns, and I think that had a lot to do with it. And that’s why we didn’t want to get in her way today. Just let her run her race, and it turned out pretty good.Q. Coming up to this race today, on paper you’re an outsider, but how were you feeling? Obviously if you want to stay out of trouble, you felt like you had a live horse.PETER EURTON: The beginning, the best part was we got the outside this time. We drew the six hole. It gave us an opportunity in case we were outrun to just stay outside of the speed. And, I mean, going into her races, her last work, she happened to break in with Hoppertunity, and that didn’t work out too well. But it still probably made her the fittest horse in the race.Q. This is sort of the obligatory question after this race every year, but now you can’t help but think about next spring and the trail to the Oaks. So just talk about what your thoughts are on her future potential, and what will be her schedule the next few months?PETER EURTON: Well, I haven’t spoken to the owners at all, but I think they’re going to want to go to the Oaks. We’ll just have to sit down and enjoy this one first and then chart out a plan for next year.THE MODERATOR: Joe, do you have anything to add to that?JOE CIAGLIA: I thought Brandy Eurton said she wanted to go to the Derby.Q. Watching this race from up above, what do you think Uncle Frank would be saying to you right now?PETER EURTON: I think he’d be pretty proud of everybody. And Sharon, he’s just loving her. And we all miss Frank. I don’t know what he would be saying, but he was very, very happy for us all. And go Cubs, I think, was the big thing with Uncle Frank. To Uncle Frank.FastScripts Transcript by ASAP Sportslast_img read more

GECOM will continue to prepare for elections – Granger

first_img…to get funding from National AssemblyAmidst calls for the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to continue its preparations for the hosting of General and Regional Elections in spite of the ruling by the Court of Appeal, and as the country waits for the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) to rule on the appeal, President David Granger said Government will ensure that the elections body is in a state of readiness to hold polls.The Head of State told reporters on Wednesday morning that regardless of what has taken place in the local courts and what is ongoing before the CCJ, the Administration will ensure that GECOM has the necessary resources needed to deliver free and fair elections.“We are going to ensure that whatever happens at any level of the judicial system, Guyana is urgently prepared… I’ve been very happy with the level of cooperation I’ve been getting from the (GECOM) Chairman and as far as possible, we are going to satisfy those needs (he requested). We are going to go back to Parliament and make requests to ensure that GECOM has everything it needs. We are committed to having clean elections, credible elections in this country and as I said, I will engage GECOM to ensure that the request made to me by the Chairman is satisfied,” he asserted.However, President Granger could not say when the next sitting of the National Assembly will be held.“We have to prepare that Bill (to get the money requested by GECOM) because when we were deemed by the Supreme Court that there was no Cabinet, we could not go to the National Assembly because only Cabinet could submit a Bill to the National Assembly. But now that the ruling of the Chief Justice has been set aside, Cabinet has sat and we have decided to go back. I cannot say when but at the earliest date possible…,” the Head of State indicated to reporters.Since the Court of Appeal’s ruling last Friday that the No-confidence Motion was invalidly passed on December 21, 2018, since it required an “absolute” majority of 34 votes, calls have been mounting from various stakeholder bodies for the elections body not to abandon plans to prepare for polls so that it is ready whenever elections are due.DelaysPrior to Friday’s ruling, GECOM had indicated that it cannot hold elections before the March and has voted to do house-to-house registration which will conclude in November. In fact, Chairman, Justice James Patterson, in a letter to the Head of State informed him that polls cannot be held before late November 2019.Justice Patterson explained in the correspondence that since the elections body is continuing with its normal work programme, that is, the holding of house-to-house registration, it will need some $3.5 billion to host elections and as such, “no election date should be contemplated less than five months after these funds are placed at the disposal of and under the control of GECOM”.Upon the receipt of this letter last week, President Granger wrote Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo indicating that he will “soon” announce a date within the timeframe outlined by GECOM.However, now that the Appeal Court has invalidated the successful passage of the No-confidence Motion, which had effected a 90-day timeline within which elections were to be held, the President has indicated no plans to go ahead with giving a date for elections.In fact, his coalition Administration is currently gearing up to resume sittings of the National Assembly. However, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Opposition has since indicated that they will not participate in any of the National Assembly sittings until the Caribbean Court of Justice rules on its challenge of the Appeal Court’s decisions.Lawyers representing Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has already filed the appeal, asking the regional court to restore the ruling of the Chief Justice, who upheld the passage of the No-confidence Motion with a 33 majority.Meanwhile, with GECOM having already rolled out its 2019 work programmes last weekend, training in this regard has commenced. Training for trainers has been completed, while enumerators will be trained this weekend.But the impasse between the Government and Opposition nominated commissioners at the Elections Commission continues. At Tuesday’s statutory meeting, Commissioners on both sides clashed when “Election 2019”, which was placed on the agenda, came up for discussions.PPP-nominated Commissioner Robeson Benn told the media that his Government colleague, Vincent Alexander, requested that it be removed from the agenda and instead go with elections, alone.The former Minister, now Commissioner, said this points to the overall position, manipulations and collusions that have been taking place to have elections occur in 2020.But Alexander had a different opinion. He said he objected to having “Election 2019” placed on the agenda because at the moment there is no mandate to conduct elections this year.last_img read more

Burbank Catholic Community Luncheon group invites all to break bread

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BURBANK — If they wanted to be fancy, they could be known as the Fellowship of the Lamb, the Holy Grail or the Fish — all symbolic of followers of Jesus. But Catholic Community Luncheon is a more plain-speaking group, its name describing the caloric and spiritual sustenance that members have been receiving monthly since the late 1960s. The fellowship has its roots in a men’s group that met for a monthly breakfast. But Albert Sulprizio, an original member of the group, transformed the meetings into luncheons open for anyone interested in learning about spiritual topics. “This is about bringing the community together. All faiths are welcome and that’s something that my father stressed,” said Sulprizio’s daughter, Maria Sulprizio. “This was my father’s passion. He loved his faith and he wanted to pour that out to the community.” Over the years, the Catholic Community Luncheon has met for close to two hours on the first Wednesday of every month at restaurants from Barone’s and Beverly Garland’s Holiday Inn to the Smoke House in Burbank. About 35 members regularly attend, but some meetings with well-known guest speakers can draw as many as 100 people. Most of the core members are retirees, but younger generations have been noted at some luncheons. “I think it’s really engaging, and for all generations if they have the time. Last month’s speaker, Moira Noonan, talked about her conversion back to Catholicism after she had other spiritual experiences,” Maria Sulprizio said. “This is an enrichment program. My mother has really carried the torch since my father died (four years ago). It’s to honor him that it’s still going strong.” The group always recites the Pledge of Allegiance and there are opening and closing prayers and blessings. Members have the opportunity to ask questions after the topic presentations. “It’s almost like a lesson — like you were in a class. It’s never a sermon when the priests come,” said Lisa Sulprizio, who schedules the speakers as her husband once did. “It’s more like a conversation, not really a lecture. The speakers choose their own topic. It’s always interesting.” Speakers are usually local individuals, with some suggested by Catholic Community Luncheon regulars. But Lisa Sulprizio said some also are nationally known to Roman Catholics across the United States. Next week’s scheduled guest, the Rev. Charles R. Lueras of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Santa Paula, is a veteran Catholic Community Luncheon speaker. “What does this say, meeting for this many years? It says that they’re seeking growth in their faith. They’re striving for education and to learn the ways of God. It shows a devotion,” said Lueras. “They are very faithful and dedicated Christians. Good people; very loving and very open.” Lisa Sulprizio, a longtime member of St. Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church in North Hollywood, sends luncheon notices to about 75 people every month. Marilyn Apruzzese, a longtime member of St. Robert Bellarmine Roman Catholic Church in Burbank, sends luncheon notices to about 20 local Roman Catholic parishes and also to The Tidings, the newspaper of the Los Angeles Roman Catholic Archdiocese. “People are always looking for help and I think the speakers have good messages for us. I think the speakers give us hope. I always feel very elated afterward,” said Apruzzese. Apruzzese began attending the luncheon with her husband, Michael, more than a dozen years ago. “So many people think that Catholics don’t do much together,” said Apruzzese. “People come from many parishes. It’s wonderful. It is a fellowship.” The Rev. Charles R. Lueras will discuss “Growing in Our Faith Community” at a meeting of the Catholic Community Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Smoke House, 4420 Lakeside Drive, Burbank. Luncheon: $22. Reservations required. Call (818) 846-3271 or (323) 656-0955.last_img read more

Barcelona and Real scrap for revival as Clasico looms

first_imgMadrid’s slump feels the more entrenched, given they are without a goal in 360 minutes, discounting injury time, and three of their last four matches have ended in defeat.While Barca can point to their riveting win at Wembley over Tottenham, and then a point gained in Valencia, Madrid have endured successive setbacks away to CSKA Moscow and Alaves.They have two home games to clear the fog, and winnable ones too, against Levante in La Liga on Saturday before Viktoria Plzen visit on Tuesday in the Champions League.A pair of victories, and just as importantly, some goals, would earn Lopetegui much-needed breathing space.He is already being asked about his future in the same job he sacrificed Spain and the World Cup for in June.“A coach does not think about this, we are in October,” Lopetegui said after Alaves’ first league win at home to Real Madrid since 1931.“The only positive is we are close to the top of the league, the most important thing now is to recover the injured players and then calmness will come by winning games and scoring goals.”Injuries have certainly not helped. Marcelo and Isco are both expected back against Levante while Gareth Bale has been training again this week, albeit on his own. All three would provide an attacking boost.Karim Benzema is struggling with a hamstring strain but the forward might anyway be less missed.Seven games without a goal have seen calls grow louder for Mariano Diaz to be given a chance and Lopetegui may now be able to oblige, without the unwanted dig at the Frenchman’s confidence.Lopetegui is also right to draw comfort from the table, as Barcelona’s stumbles mean his team are only two points off the top, where Sevilla are the surprise frontrunners.– Barca face table-toppers Sevilla –Barca face Sevilla on Saturday night in an unexpected duel of first and second, where the onus will be on Valverde’s men to make a statement.Sevilla have won four league games on the bounce and, in one of those, thumped Real Madrid 3-0.They also continue a run of blockbuster ties for Barca, which has already included Spurs and Valencia, and will stretch deep into November.After Sevilla, they play at home to Inter Milan on Wednesday and Real Madrid on Sunday. At the start of next month, they face Inter again in Italy, Atletico Madrid and Real Betis.A win this weekend and Barcelona might feel a corner has been turned.Level with the Catalans are Atletico Madrid, whose resurgence after a slow start is already in full swing.“We are the annoying team, that will always come between Barcelona and Real Madrid,” said Antoine Griezmann last week.Atletico visit struggling Villarreal on Saturday, looking to make it eight games unbeaten.The real surprise leaders of the weekend, however, could be Alaves, who were playing in Spanish football’s third tier only five years ago.They will go top, even if only temporarily, with a win away at Celta Vigo on Friday.FixturesFridayCelta Vigo v Alaves (10pm)SaturdayReal Madrid v Levante (2pm), Valencia v Leganes (5:15pm), Villarreal v Atletico Madrid (7:30pm), Barcelona v Sevilla (9:45pm)SundayRayo Vallecano v Getafe (1pm), Eibar v Athletic Bilbao (5:15pm), Huesca v Espanyol (7:30pm), Real Betis v Real Valladolid (9:45pm)MondayReal Sociedad v Girona (10pm)0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Lopetegui’s Real Madrid have failed to score in their last four matches © AFP/File / ANDER GILLENEAMADRID, Spain, Oct 19 – Real Madrid and Barcelona cannot avoid heading into next week’s Clasico under pressure but each have two games to lift the mood at least, ahead of the pivotal clash at the Camp Nou.Eight games into La Liga and both Julen Lopetegui and Ernesto Valverde are feeling the heat, forced to defend poor runs that have seen their teams manage a combined total of two wins from their last 10 games.last_img read more

RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE WOOLIE WARMER 5K

first_imgFINN VALLEY AC’s Teresa Doherty has won the 2014 Woolie Warmer 5k in Letterkenny this evening.The charity race always gets a big crowd, taking in the Inter-Firms route in the town.The money raised goes to St Bernadette’s school and Rotary Club charities. Woolie Warmer 5k 2014 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 177 16.31 Teresa Doherty SW Finn Valley A C 2 153 16.34 Pauric Breslin SM Letterkenny A C3 169 16.48 Ciaran McGonagle M35 Rosses A.C.4 225 17.07 Mark McBrearty SM Lifford A C5 289 17.13 Sean mc Fadden SM Letterkenny A C6 229 17.15 Buddy The Elf M40 Individual7 283 17.24 Kevin Mc Gee M40 Rosses A.C. 8 271 18.12 Paddy Mc Gee SM Individual9 218 18.14 Damien McBride SM Milford A C10 188 18.16 Ben Carr SM Finn Valley A C11 268 18.17 Paul Toner M40 Letterkenny A C 12 152 18.21 Kieran McElhinney SM Raphoe13 187 18.25 Paul Russell SM Individual14 198 18.28 Darren Price SM Letterkenny A C15 263 18.38 Karol McGinley SM Individual16 227 18.43 Ciaran O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C17 105 18.47 Paul Gosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C18 138 19.03 Pauric Kelly M40 Individual19 239 19.29 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C20 234 19.37 Troy Hegarty SM Letterkenny A C21 249 19.48 Adrian Gaffey SM Individual22 132 19.49 Jonathan Edwards SM Individual23 210 19.50 Peter McGinley SM Letterkenny A C24 213 19.50 Seamus Nallen M40 Individual25 197 19.53 Pauric McGinley SM Individual26 267 19.54 Cathal Morrison M40 Individual27 215 19.55 Mark Canning SM Individual28 205 20.12 Mark Cassidy SM Individual29 233 20.16 Ryan Jordan SM Individual30 192 20.17 Trevor Carr SM Individual31 282 20.18 Naoise Enright M40 Letterkenny A C32 236 20.19 Jason Mc Daid SM Individual33 139 20.20 Margaet Kelly W35 Individual34 257 20.21 Adrian McHugh M40 Individual35 160 20.26 Barry Mackey M50 Letterkenny A C36 164 20.26 Brian Boyce SM 24/7 Triathlon37 134 20.36 Brian Gormley SM Individual38 182 20.38 Richard McNeill M40 Individual39 274 20.40 Terence Diver M40 Individual40 309 20.58 Gerard Marley SM Individual41 315 20.59 Seamus Morrison M40 Letterkenny A C42 269 21.01 Gerard McConnell SM Individual43 165 21.08 Sean Boyce SM Individual44 273 21.15 Jason Black M40 Letterkenny A C45 178 21.16 Gary Gillen SM Individual46 141 21.17 Chris Ashmore M40 Individual47 243 21.22 Liam Ferry SM Individual48 270 21.32 Andrew McFeely M40 Individual49 193 21.46 Adrian Callaghan M40 24/7 Triathlon50 266 21.50 John Hegarty SM Individual51 118 21.52 Catherine McKinley W35 24/7 Triathlon52 232 21.54 Martin Jordan SM Individual53 185 21.54 Kelvin Crossan SM Individual54 195 21.55 Rory Reynolds SM Individual55 272 21.56 Cathal Roache SM Individual56 196 21.57 Angus Hunter M40 Individual57 280 22.09 John Mc Elwaine SM Lifford A C58 174 22.11 Chris Lynch SM Individual59 220 22.12 Keith Fletcher M50 24/7 Triathlon60 250 22.13 Ciaran Liddy SM Letterkenny A C61 226 22.14 Jimmy McBride M50 Individual62 288 22.16 Aidan Kelly SM Individual63 262 22.17 Eugene McGinley M40 Individual64 237 22.18 Owen Coyle M50 Rosses A.C.65 207 22.24 Raj Mehan SM Raphoe66 173 22.27 Claire Lynch SW Individual67 183 22.37 Dylan Grant SM Individual68 259 22.43 Stephen Sweeney M40 24/7 Triathlon69 156 22.44 Pat Brady M50 Individual70 253 22.47 Wesley Vance M40 Individual71 214 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Individual165 258 39.30 Brian Murray M40 Individual166 244 39.40 Aisling Mc Mullan Walker Individual167 247 39.40 Deirdre Gallagher SW Individual168 261 40.13 Regina Bonner SW Individual169 109 42.05 Joshua O’Donnell Walker Individual170 110 42.06 Conor O’Donnell Walker Individual171 314 44.31 Pat Meehan Walker Individual172 313 44.33 Michael Donaghey Walker Individual173 124 45.25 Fidelma McTeague Walker Individual174 125 45.25 Geraldine McTeague Walker Individual175 279 46.45 Ceila O Driscoll W45 Individual176 278 46.48 Caroline Mc Garry W45 Individual177 190 46.53 Siobhan Gillespie Walker Individual178 175 46.53 Carmel Ponsonby W45 Individual179 290 46.54 Mary Murray Walker Individual180 291 46.55 Mark Murray Walker Individual181 111 47.47 Naomi De Wys Walker Individual182 108 47.48 Anne-Marie O’Donnell Walker Individual183 231 48.01 Joanne Carson W35 Individual184 184 48.02 Donal Kavanagh Walker Individual185 230 48.25 Bronwyn Walsh W45 Individual186 104 54.43 Ciaran Haran Walker Individual187 264 54.44 Nicola Harron SW Individual188 265 54.44 John Harron SM Individual189 112 56.30 Orla Robinson Walker Individual190 115 56.30 Jack Robinson Walker Individual191 113 56.30 Mary Robinson Walker Individual192 114 56.30 Hannah Robinson Walker Individual193 116 56.30 Charlie Robinson Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 193RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE WOOLIE WARMER 5K was last modified: December 5th, 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:20145kraceWoolie Warmerlast_img read more