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Champs Clarendon in group of death

first_img Groups Quarter-final schedule Tuesday, October 27 – Lennon vs. Port Antonio at Juici Field Wednesday October 28 – Lacovia vs Manchester at St Elizabeth Tech – Paul Bogle vs St James at York Oval – Petersfield vs Seaforth at Frome Sports Complex – Vere vs Mannings at Wembley Comm. Field – Marcus Garvey vs STETHS at Drax Hall – Clarendon College vs Dinthill at Juici Field – Rusea’s vs Glenmuir at Jarrett Park All matches kick off at 3 p.m. Western Bureau: Champions Clarendon College have been drawn alongside three former winners in a very tough quarter-final round group in this year’s ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup football competition. The champions have been grouped with Glenmuir High, Rusea’s High, and Dinthill Technical. All three have been doing well. They each topped their respective zones in the first round, and then eased past quality opposition in the inter-zone round. Except for the ‘Russians’ who had to overcome a do-or-die situation in the final inter-zone match on Tuesday, which they ultimately did with utmost ease, (7-1 victory over Herbert Morrison), this may well prove the group of death. Clarendon’s first match in the round will be against a free-scoring Dinthill team. This game will be at the Juici Field at Clarendon Park, with kick-off slated for 3 p.m. Former winners and defending Ben Francis champions St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) are drawn to face Marcus Garvey High, The Mannings School, and Vere Technical in Group R. The Omar Wedderburn-coached institution has not yet hit top gear. They, however, have shown good form in at least three matches and must now produce consistent performances to move even deeper into the business end of the competition. While STETHS have yet to look their best, for the most part, Manchester High, with the respected Donovan Duckie as coach, have been outstanding. Their only blemish, 0-1 loss to Clarendon, has been put firmly behind. Since then, they have gone on to defeat all others, including a very good Munro side 4-1 on Tuesday to advance and now they are focused on topping a strong Group P that include St James High, perennial contenders Paul Bogle High, and Lacovia. This Lacovia team has been improving with every game and could spoil the Manchester party when they meet on Wednesday, October 28, at the STETHS field in Santa Cruz. Meanwhile, surprise package Petersfield High must get the better of Port Antonio, Lennon, and Seaforth High in order to keep their campaign on track. Their historic victory on Tuesday against Cornwall College, according to their assistant coach, Dwayne Forrester, is ‘like a dose of vitamin’ and could serve to inject even more confidence into a bunch of players, who appear fearless in the face of strong opposition. They first tackle Seaforth High at the Frome Sports Complex and will start as favourites for the win. Group P: St James High, Paul Bogle High, Manchester High, Lacovia High Group Q: Port Antonio High, Petersfield High, Lennon High, Seaforth High Group R: Marcus Garvey High, Mannings School, STETHS, Vere Tech. Group S: Clarendon College, Glenmuir High, Rusea’s High, Dinthill Tech.last_img read more

Mae’s School to remove fence, clear debris from public playground

first_imgMae’s Primary School in Subryanville, Georgetown will have to remove the fence it has unlawfully erected around the Farnum playground, by which it has cordoned off a public facility for private activities.This was one of the recommendations inked on the final report of the Justice (retd) Cecil Kennard Commission of Inquiry presented to the Local Government Commission (LGC) on Friday. The recommendation is that the ground should be returned to residents of the community.“[I recommend] that the City Engineer takes the necessary steps to have the fence, which was unlawfully erected at the Farnum playground by the Mae’s Primary School, be completely removed, as well as the builders’ waste,” retired Justice Cecil Kennard declared during his presentation of the CoI report.He added that there were claims of senior City Hall officials assuming that permission was not given to construct the 12-foot fence.“The mayor is denying giving permission to the proprietor of Mae’s Primary School to erect a fence; but lo and behold, a fence was almost completed. It was only when the residents of Subryanville raised a hue and cry that the City Engineer went and stopped the fence. The fence had gone three-quarters way,” the CoI Chairman explained.“What was happening all the time? It may very well be that someone at City Hall orally told Mae’s, ‘You can go erect a fence’. Farnum playground, according to the City Engineer, is an open space, and it’s restricted to recreational purposes,” the CoI Chairman stated.A public outcry by residents of Subryanville ensued after a portion of the Farnum Community Ground was barricaded and used by the Mae’s School students only. Administrator ofDebris thrown across the field by construction workersthe Mae’s Schools, Stacy French, had been banning persons from utilising the public amenity by padlocking the gate erected on the ground.Along with building of the fence, workers doing construction at Mae’s Schools had dumped waste materials, including wooden boards and large chunks of cement, on the fenced playground.Subryanville resident Damian Fernandes had told the Commission, “If you check, you will see that the metal rods are still sticking out of the ground. The form boards that were used to cast the base were thrown with nails, and you can see the nails sticking up; and that’s how it is left for many months. The construction crew from the school (has been) dumping builder’s waste on the ground,” Fernandes explained to the Commission.He noted that it was very difficult to weed vegetation on the playground, since machinery is being damaged by materials that were dumped in the ground, which had recently been resurfaced to the tune of $2.7 million.During his testimony before the CoI, City Engineer Colvern Venture was recorded as saying, “I can’t recall seeing any application for a fence coming to me…It’s considered a public open space which is basically used as a recreational facility for the community.”Venture was asked to make contact with the administrator and proprietor of Mae’s Schools, Stacy French, to have the fence and debris removed from the ground, and have the playground returned to the residents of the community.last_img read more

17 things we absolutely want to see happen at the 2018 World Cup

first_img8 8 14. For the England team to produce something as good as World in Motion The 2018 World Cup is upon us and here are some of the things talkSPORT.com wants to see happen whether it be for excitement purposes or just because it would be really, really funny.talkSPORT is your home of the 2018 World Cup. Tune in all throughout the summer to hear live commentary of every game, and visit talkSPORT.com for expert views and analysis of the big games and key moments from Russia.1. To see a classic match in the final – they’ve been rubbish ever since Argentina 3-2 West Germany in 19862. Germany to go out in the group stage without winning a game. Or lose a penalty shoot in the knockouts.via GIPHY3. England to win a penalty shoot out. Preferably against Germany.4. Maria Sharapova to take a rubbish penalty on the pitch, Diana Ross-stylevia GIPHY5. Russia to go retro and wear CCCP tracksuits6. Iran and Saudi Arabia to play each other in the knock-out stage, just to see the reactionvia GIPHY7. Harry Kane to win the Golden Boot. Go on, Harry8. Mark Saggers to lose his s**t again on talkSPORT9. Jamie Vardy to score a quarter-final winner and celebrate dentist chair style with a bottle of WKD 10. Shirtless Vladimir Putin to lead the Russia team out on horseback before every match whilst displaying his judo skills11. Ronaldo to keep his shirt on at ALL times (least likely)via GIPHY12. Joachim Low to don the ‘Tony Pulis look’ whilst also playing scratch and sniffvia GIPHY13. Neymar not to score any goals just because…center_img 8 If Jamie Vardy doesn’t lift Sterling’s right leg up and pretend to fire it after a goal at the World Cup, there’s no point in any of this— Lee Wallace (@_lwallace) May 29, 201816. Egypt (Mohamed Salah) and Spain (Sergio Ramos) to meet each other in the knockout stagevia GIPHY17. Err, Kieran Trippier to trip someone upvia GIPHY 15.Thislast_img read more

CD or not CD? Indie bands try not

first_imgIn 1978, Devo frontman Gerald Casale spotted his band’s debut LP in a record store bin for the first time. He was struck by an undeniable thought: The band had made it. “It’s what you’ve been busting your butt for and finally, it happens,” Casale said. Seeing the latest release by his new group hit a virtual bin as a digital file on Apple Computer Inc.’s iTunes Music Store was less than exciting by comparison. “This time it’s like window shopping,” said Casale. His new music is distributed by Cordless Recordings, a new breed of label that has dumped CDs and other traditional formats in favor of offering music only online. CDs still account for 95 percent of all music sales. So it’s no surprise that many artists consider online releases not a ticket to fame and fortune but rather a means to land a deal for a CD. “In all practical purposes there hasn’t been an artist that has only broken online, there has always been some sort of other tie-in,” said Matt Kleinschmit, an analyst with the Ipsos Insight market research firm. While a few major artists such as Prince and a number of independent bands have put their music on the Internet to lure fans, major labels have stuck to the CD as their main means of distribution. With so many portable music players on the market, and blogs and music-oriented social networking sites such as MySpace.com and PureVolume.com proving key vehicles for music discovery these days, the industry saw an opportunity to buck that strategy. Cordless has released online “clusters” of two or three tracks by each of its six artists. The label, launched last month, emphasizes speed to market and spending money to promote artists rather than the manufacture of CDs. “When an artist is releasing an album, every two years would be amazingly speedy,” Holzman said. “When you’re coming out with a cluster every three to four months, the flow of money is fairly continuous, and I think that’s better for an artist.” Artists signed to Cordless also get to keep the rights to their master recordings, a rarity for neophyte acts. “In those old deals, record companies owned your masters in perpetuity,” said Casale, whose new band is called Jihad Jerry & The Evildoers. “They were pretty nasty deals.” Since its launch a year ago, Universal Music Group’s UMe Digital has put out several online albums, extended play recordings and singles by artists such as The Posies co-founder Ken Stringfellow and singer-songwriter Will Owsley. “The philosophy is to get artists who have a fan base and continually tour and just give them an avenue where they can release music on their timetable,” said Jay Gilbert, senior director of new media for the label. Without having to pay to make or ship CDs, the label can focus on promoting artists. In a sense, Cordless and UMe Digital function as incubators for artists who might someday get a shot with a traditional major label. “We want to get to that level,” said singer James Sparber of Brooklyn-based Breakup Breakdown, a rock band signed by Cordless. Stringfellow, who built a following as an indie rock pioneer, said the all-digital approach hasn’t been a perfect match for him. “Most folks don’t know about it,” Stringfellow said. “But I thought it was worth a shot, as I could direct my fans to it via my Web site.” Some artists on UMe Digital and Cordless have sold only a few dozen tracks, but that’s not fazing executives who say the format is not meant to totally replace CDs – at least not yet. Gilbert says UMe Digital’s expectations for sales were not high when it launched because some of its artists – Stringfellow included – were also selling CDs at their shows or elsewhere. Executives at both e-labels say they are gauging success in other ways, such as how much online buzz an artist generates online. For Casale, however, success is still defined by seeing his music on CDs in record store bins. “That’s the logical conclusion,” he said. “People want objects. It’s a fetish.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake The strategy is meant to cut the cost of catapulting a new artist to fortune and fame by tapping the medium where young fans are finding music – online. “When you look at the cost of a major label signing an artist, it costs about a half-million dollars,” said Jac Holzman, who founded Elektra Records in 1950 and now oversees Cordless, a unit of Warner Music Group. He said Cordless does it for “significantly less,” but wouldn’t be more specific. Even in today’s iPod-centered music scene, it’s hard to say how far the all-digital strategy might take an artist. There’s no CD box, no liner notes and very little in the way of traditional promotion. But one thing’s for sure, digital music sales are growing. They are projected to double in the United States this year from the $189 million generated in 2004, said Michael Goodman, senior analyst for the Yankee Group. The average number of tracks downloaded by each consumer has, however, stayed between seven and eight since the second quarter of 2005, he said.last_img read more

WIND-FARM LORRY DITCHES ON DONEGAL ROAD – PIC SPECIAL

first_imgDiggers work to clear the road after a truck containing wind farm parts went off the road in Dunkineely.This is the scene after a lorry went off the road while delivering parts to a wind-farm in West Donegal this morning.The truck came off a secondary road near Dunkineely.It is not believed that anybody was hurt during the incident. The incident took place on a road leading to the Corkermore Windfarm.There are currently a number of diggers at the scene of the incident trying to clear the road which has now ben blocked for a number of hours.The accident is the latest in a number of such incidents surrounding the construction and upkeep of wind-farms across Donegal.   WIND-FARM LORRY DITCHES ON DONEGAL ROAD – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: April 16th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

RESULTS: MICHAEL BLACK WINS DONEGAL HALF MARATHON

first_imgMan in BlackMICHAEL Black was first home in today’s Donegal Half Marathon.And what a run from Maria McCambridge, first home – and sixth overall.All the results are here: Donegal Half Marathon 2014Place Bib Name Sex Club Gun Net1 192 Michael Black m 1:17:08.6 1:17:08.62 172 Gary Crossan m 1:18:41.9 1:19:27.13 273 Noel Diver m Rosses A.C. 1:20:35.8 1:20:34.54 59 Kevin McGee m Rosses A.C. 1:20:49.5 1:20:47.95 752 Bill Duncan m Lifford A.C. 1:22:46.9 1:22:46.96 691 Maria Mc Cambridge w 1:24:12.4 1:24:12.47 837 Joe Strunks m Foyle Valley AC 1:24:37.3 1:24:36.28 187 Ciaran O’Donnell m 1:24:55.1 1:24:54.89 671 David Mc Menamin m Run LK 1:25:21.6 1:25:20.110 476 Darren Price m Letterkenny A.C. 1:25:36.9 1:25:36.611 820 Cathal O’Hagan m 1:25:45.9 1:25:42.512 402 Richard McCarthy m Tír Chonaill A.C. 1:26:11.8 1:26:11.013 780 Edward Harkin m Rosses A.C. 1:26:43.4 1:26:41.414 822 Connor Mc Guinness m 1:27:16.0 1:27:12.315 238 Joe McCarthy m 1:27:56.5 1:27:53.116 315 Michael Logue m Rosses A.C. 1:28:39.3 1:28:37.317 728 Stuart Farrell m Drogheda & District A.C. 1:29:11.6 1:29:11.618 488 Joe Gallagher m Milford A.C. 1:29:19.0 1:29:18.219 662 Damia McBride m Milford A.C. 1:29:19.1 1:29:18.420 473 Darren Wallace m Foyle Valley AC 1:29:23.1 1:29:21.821 634 Paul Cosgrove m Letterkenny A.C. 1:30:11.9 1:30:10.922 778 Liam Doherty m Cranford A.C. 1:30:17.4 1:30:16.223 461 Jonathan Ohagan m 1:30:21.8 1:30:21.824 387 Pj Hagan m Milford A.C. 1:30:28.6 1:30:27.825 674 Paul Dillon m 1:30:33.7 1:30:33.726 779 Paul O’Connor m 1:30:38.9 1:30:38.927 748 John Molloy m 1:30:41.8 1:30:40.028 182 John Daly m 1:30:52.9 1:30:50.429 661 Eugene Gallen m Finn Valley A.C. 1:31:06.4 1:31:03.530 180 Martin Mcginley m 1:31:19.4 1:31:06.531 254 David Webb m Foyle Valley AC 1:31:44.1 1:31:42.732 720 Oliver Murphy m 1:32:10.2 1:32:02.433 445 Declan Mc Bride m Cranford A.C. 1:32:18.8 1:32:17.134 489 Ray Mc Grory m Milford A.C. 1:32:41.6 1:32:40.935 244 Michael Duffy m 24/7 Triathlon Club, 1:32:53.0 1:32:53.036 209 Paul Russell m 1:32:57.3 1:32:44.737 734 Róisín Ní Dhuibhir w 1:33:00.4 1:33:00.438 800 Gerald Kelly m 1:33:55.5 1:33:55.539 776 Paul Mc Gee m Rosses A.C. 1:34:05.4 1:33:53.140 250 Aaron Moore m Lifford A.C. 1:34:07.0 1:34:06.641 251 Barrry Coyle m 1:34:12.6 1:33:05.642 551 Denis Boner m Rosses A.C. 1:34:15.6 1:34:00.643 191 Paul McMonagle m 1:34:56.7 1:34:43.944 639 Patrick McGee m 1:35:29.8 1:34:34.245 536 John McClafferty m 1:35:35.8 1:35:22.646 712 Eddy Moore m 1:36:02.3 1:36:02.347 492 Michael Burke m 1:36:06.3 1:36:06.348 567 Darrell Dunleavy m Rosses A.C. 1:36:06.4 1:35:52.649 362 Anthony McDaid m 1:36:20.1 1:36:16.050 403 David Harvey m 1:36:58.0 1:36:15.251 224 Mark Cassidy m 1:37:09.6 1:37:08.152 294 Ciaran Bovaird m 1:37:14.9 1:37:07.953 611 Paddy Grath m 1:37:20.1 1:36:20.154 600 Eugene Mc Gettigan m Letterkenny A.C. 1:37:23.9 1:37:21.655 436 Steven Peoples m PACE Running Club 1:37:26.5 1:37:04.256 573 Gerard Mc Gettigan m Milford A.C. 1:37:39.2 1:37:38.757 948 Noreen McGettigan W 1:37:41.558 283 Hugh Gallagher m Letterkenny A.C. 1:38:02.7 1:38:02.559 765 Simon Stephens m 1:38:07.7 1:38:04.660 347 Stephen Travers m Tír Chonaill A.C. 1:38:12.2 1:38:04.261 701 Mark Canning m 1:38:22.5 1:37:36.162 183 Paul Lynch m 1:38:33.9 1:38:10.963 946 Brian Docherty M 1:38:47.064 613 Rodney Irwin m 1:38:48.0 1:38:37.265 756 Stephen Byrne m 1:38:54.9 1:38:47.366 379 Tony Hegarty m Killybegs A.C. 1:38:56.7 1:38:19.767 189 Shane Moore m 1:38:59.9 1:38:28.868 782 Peter O Donnell m 1:39:05.7 1:38:20.169 657 Sheona McKinney w Foyle Valley AC 1:39:14.7 1:39:00.570 179 Gavin Crawford m Letterkenny A.C. 1:39:25.6 1:39:25.271 310 Sabrina MacKey w 24/7 Triathlon Club, 1:39:26.1 1:39:25.972 768 Stephen Kerr m 1:39:40.4 1:39:31.973 220 Daniel Cullen m 1:39:54.7 1:39:31.374 442 Trisha Nulty w Milford A.C. 1:39:56.7 1:39:04.575 641 Kevin Greenan m 1:39:56.7 1:39:54.076 443 James Gibbons m Milford A.C. 1:39:56.8 1:39:02.877 763 Charles Gamble m 1:40:19.1 1:40:11.178 210 Chris Taylor m 1:40:23.9 1:40:05.479 241 Michael Tunney m 1:40:26.8 1:40:24.680 552 Chris Ashmore m 1:40:42.0 1:40:26.481 751 Cormac Downes m 1:40:56.5 1:40:32.282 202 Darren Beecroft m 1:41:14.6 1:41:01.783 255 Patricia McKenna w Letterkenny A.C. 1:41:17.5 1:41:16.884 650 Derek Hegarty m 1:41:22.7 1:41:14.685 538 Philip Browne m Run LK 1:41:24.2 1:41:18.486 229 Joesph Browne m 1:41:44.9 1:41:07.687 736 Nicholas Maskery m 1:41:47.5 1:41:08.488 579 Rory Mooney m B/OLT, 1:41:50.6 1:41:50.689 411 Sean Mooney m B/OLT, 1:41:53.1 1:41:44.790 773 Sean O Leary m Finn Valley A.C. 1:42:00.6 1:41:57.591 323 Eamon Anderson w 1:42:01.8 1:41:58.892 787 John Ward m Milford A.C. 1:42:06.4 1:41:56.293 392 Mark Mc Fadden m 1:42:13.2 1:41:50.894 941 1:42:22.595 942 1:42:23.596 710 Gerard Dorrian m 1:42:25.5 1:41:48.097 264 Aisling Diver w Rosses A.C. 1:42:30.0 1:42:30.098 360 Eddie Doherty m 1:42:32.3 1:42:27.699 58 Liam Mac Giolla Bhride m 1:42:38.2 1:42:26.0100 193 Eugene McCafferty m 1:42:38.2 1:42:26.0101 525 Pawel Dudek m 1:42:43.5 1:42:37.1102 583 Ray Mac Farland m Foyle Valley AC 1:42:43.7 1:42:22.9103 277 Kevin Smyth m Run LK 1:42:51.8 1:42:51.8104 811 Phil Boyle m Letterkenny A.C. 1:42:52.7 1:42:50.1105 810 Naoise Enright m Letterkenny A.C. 1:42:52.8 1:42:52.8106 668 James Green m Convoy A.C. 1:42:59.2 1:42:29.1107 280 Patrick McNulty m 1:43:00.3 1:42:54.4108 233 Phelim Lynch m 1:43:07.8 1:42:16.4109 785 Paddy Mc Cauley m 1:43:11.7 1:42:20.5110 636 Margaret Carlin w 1:43:14.8 1:43:13.6111 361 Owen Bonner m Rosses A.C. 1:43:15.9 1:43:06.1112 214 Paul Doherty m 1:43:20.1 1:42:47.7113 501 Paddy Donoghue m Tír Chonaill A.C. 1:43:21.8 1:42:37.3114 633 Gerry Kennedy m 1:43:30.8 1:43:26.0115 676 James Whoriskey m Milford A.C. 1:43:38.3 1:43:00.5116 739 Seamus Ferry m Milford A.C. 1:43:42.8 1:42:47.8117 185 Michael Gallagher m 1:43:48.6 1:43:48.6118 354 Colm Broderick m 1:43:50.4 1:43:23.3119 284 Kevin Doherty m 1:43:58.9 1:43:58.9120 176 Ivor Russell m 1:44:36.8 1:44:12.6121 591 Karol Crossan m 1:44:37.8 1:44:22.5122 612 Shauna Mc Geehan w Letterkenny A.C. 1:44:39.0 1:44:30.5123 675 Mark Trayers m 1:44:39.0 1:44:02.0124 638 Emma McGee w Letterkenny A.C. 1:44:42.2 1:43:46.3125 749 Lochlann O’ Rourke m 1:44:46.0 1:44:05.3126 289 Owen Coyle m Rosses A.C. 1:44:50.0 1:44:50.0127 274 Michael Doherty m 1:44:53.3 1:44:40.1128 769 Amanda Mc Fadden w 1:44:59.3 1:44:51.1129 516 Karin Duffner w Finn Valley A.C. 1:45:03.1 1:44:12.4130 388 Danny Gamble m 1:45:05.3 1:44:52.6131 211 Damian Patton m 1:45:14.9 1:45:14.9132 544 Annraoi Cheevers m Letterkenny A.C. 1:45:30.9 1:45:20.0133 812 Maurice O’ Donnell m 1:45:36.4 1:45:36.4134 718 Emmet Murray m Omagh Harriers 1:45:37.7 1:45:08.1135 818 Michael Rodgers m Rosses A.C. 1:45:42.5 1:45:27.9136 713 Paul McCabe m 1:45:48.2 1:45:26.9137 293 Gavin Harris m 1:45:53.7 1:44:46.7138 348 Tony Kitson m 1:45:54.3 1:45:39.1139 352 Ruth Moore w 1:46:10.5 1:45:23.4140 484 Henrietta Elves w Inishowen A.C. 1:46:13.4 1:45:31.0141 945 Patrick Carr 1:46:22.4142 757 John Coyle m 1:46:30.4 1:46:16.2143 762 Mark Glenn m Convoy A.C. 1:46:35.5 1:46:24.2144 343 Matthew Horner m 1:46:55.0 1:46:50.0145 660 Catherine McKinley w Letterkenny A.C. 1:46:57.0 1:46:00.8146 435 Adrian Devine m Finn Valley A.C. 1:47:00.9 1:46:34.3147 608 Kenneth Moore m Milford A.C. 1:47:15.6 1:46:23.5148 446 Sean Mc Ivor m Reach Running Club, 1:47:30.0 1:46:54.0149 480 Kevin Coyle m Reach Running Club, 1:47:30.4 1:46:53.7150 829 Alun McNulty m 1:47:31.3 1:46:43.5151 404 Chris Nee m 1:47:35.7 1:47:11.5152 249 Matt Hogan m Milford A.C. 1:47:36.2 1:47:27.1153 218 Marie Timoney w 1:47:37.8 1:47:24.9154 170 Shane Keaveney m 1:47:51.7 1:47:07.1155 546 Neil Mc Gee m 1:47:57.2 1:47:57.2156 344 Luke Murphy m Letterkenny A.C. 1:48:06.0 1:48:06.0157 533 Peter Tourish m 1:48:12.3 1:48:06.4158 640 Damien Kelly m Abbey Striders A.C. 1:48:12.3 1:48:06.0159 804 Phelim Lynch m 1:48:15.0 1:48:08.6160 831 Stephen McGlynn m 1:48:28.3 1:47:59.0161 621 Armando Camacho m Letterkenny A.C. 1:48:28.8 1:48:24.2162 268 Liam Gillespie m Finn Valley A.C. 1:48:49.3 1:48:47.0163 666 John Ferry m 1:48:55.1 1:48:36.9164 423 Philip Kelly m Lifford A.C. 1:48:58.1 1:48:25.1165 565 Derek Alcorn m 1:49:09.7 1:49:02.5166 767 Shaun Sweeney m 1:49:09.8 1:49:09.8167 724 Jane McKee w 1:49:12.2 1:49:12.2168 427 Gloria Donaghey w Finn Valley A.C. 1:49:14.3 1:49:10.3169 582 Adam Smith m 1:49:23.8 1:49:22.5170 337 James McBride m 1:49:24.6 1:48:42.7171 199 Andrew McFeely m 1:49:30.7 1:48:46.7172 207 Niall Griffin m Rosses A.C. 1:49:35.4 1:49:21.0173 63 Niall Smith m 1:49:36.3 1:49:32.7174 239 Margaret Reid w 1:49:37.5 1:49:33.7175 523 Joseph Casey m 1:49:38.2 1:49:18.5176 329 Philip Connolly m Letterkenny A.C. 1:49:43.5 1:49:31.2177 652 Ciaran Doherty m 1:49:46.7 1:48:54.0178 324 Margaret Hannon w 1:49:48.5 1:49:45.9179 219 Nancy McNamee w 1:49:50.2 1:49:46.7180 230 Gerard Mullen m 1:49:51.2 1:49:38.7181 682 Caroline McGuire w Finn Valley A.C. 1:49:51.5 1:49:47.5182 594 Martin 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2:15:22.2 2:14:18.4446 803 Goretti Sheridan w Run LK 2:15:27.9 2:15:04.7447 789 Kelly O’Donnell w 2:15:29.7 2:14:31.4448 637 Vinny Brady m Cool Runnings, 2:15:30.7 2:14:44.7449 487 Paddy Toye m 2:15:43.1 2:15:16.2450 797 Eileen Duggan w 2:15:45.6 2:14:58.7451 654 Phonsie Barr m 2:15:48.9 2:15:17.6452 616 Loretta McNulty w 2:16:34.6 2:15:36.3453 227 Paul Walsh m 2:16:36.9 2:15:44.3454 439 Patsy Doherty m Foyle Valley AC 2:16:37.2 2:16:13.8455 358 John McFeely m 2:16:38.0 2:15:48.4456 564 Nicola Kee w Finn Valley A.C. 2:16:41.1 2:16:00.4457 610 Robert Queen m 2:16:54.0 2:15:55.5458 693 Denise Anderson w 2:16:55.3 2:16:02.9459 745 Diane Hylands w 2:17:11.4 2:16:34.7460 794 Deirdre Friel w 2:17:11.4 2:16:39.7461 391 Annemarie Diver w 2:17:27.7 2:17:10.1462 424 Lavinia Caulderbanks w Convoy A.C. 2:17:37.7 2:17:08.6463 290 Ciaran Johnston w 2:17:42.0 2:17:09.9464 311 Julie McNamee w 2:17:54.4 2:17:14.6465 356 Natasha McCormick w 2:18:38.4 2:18:13.9466 312 Donna Maskery w 2:18:45.6 2:18:06.6467 635 Roseanne McGinley w 2:18:49.1 2:18:15.4468 694 Noel Mc Gettigan m 2:18:49.3 2:18:15.2469 816 Annmarie Roche m Run LK 2:19:18.7 2:18:56.5470 595 Breid Gilroy w 2:19:18.7 2:18:56.3471 605 Denise Moss w Finn Valley A.C. 2:19:27.4 2:19:07.9472 357 Trisha Jordin w 2:19:30.4 2:18:42.1473 286 Sheila Doherty w 2:20:08.5 2:19:59.9474 649 Clodagh Kerr w 2:20:13.5 2:19:55.7475 555 Sarah Thomson w 2:20:17.7 2:19:46.7476 781 Lorna O’Donnell w Rosses A.C. 2:20:50.4 2:20:35.2477 174 Sharon Gillespie w 2:21:30.2 2:20:59.9478 201 Dolores Collins w 2:21:45.4 2:20:57.6479 715 Paulette O Leary w 2:22:10.6 2:21:13.2480 455 Gerard Mc Cauley m 2:22:32.1 2:22:13.8481 351 Nicola Bond w 2:22:37.1 2:21:58.5482 714 Louise Goudie w 2:22:38.4 2:21:39.7483 590 Sophie Gallagher w 2:22:49.8 2:22:12.8484 248 Christine McCloskey w PACE Running Club 2:23:10.9 2:22:47.6485 823 Brenda Quinn w PACE Running Club 2:23:11.0 2:22:48.4486 834 Carol McGlinchey w PACE Running Club 2:23:11.1 2:22:48.1487 655 Daniel McCafferty m 2:23:22.4 2:22:50.1488 656 Amy Barr w 2:23:22.5 2:22:49.9489 622 Claire Bustard w 2:24:25.1 2:24:06.2490 646 Marie Lynch w 2:24:25.1 2:24:16.1491 216 Margaret Doherty w 2:25:09.4 2:24:24.9492 703 Doireann Ni Riain w 2:25:46.8 2:25:04.4493 186 Collette McDermott m 2:26:37.1 2:26:15.7494 550 Roisin Kenny w 2:26:47.8 2:26:20.6495 508 Barbara Mahon w 2:26:47.9 2:26:20.1496 597 Lorenz Nedelmann m Cool Runnings, 2:27:22.9 2:26:37.6497 497 Andrea Mc Gowan w 2:27:23.8 2:26:29.8498 644 Cathy Hannigan w 2:27:52.4 2:27:45.5499 339 Nora McFadden w 2:28:28.4 2:27:40.7500 592 Hughie Shields m 2:28:31.4 2:27:53.9501 437 Georgina Mc Crudden w 2:28:48.1 2:27:53.0502 740 Ann Marie Shiels w Run LK 2:29:16.6 2:28:54.0503 535 Karen Cassidy w 2:29:20.0 2:28:36.1504 562 Martin Daly m 2:29:41.5 2:28:56.4505 537 Evelyn O’Kane w 2:30:28.7 2:29:54.7506 732 Kerry Archibald w 2:30:31.1 2:29:25.3507 723 Jacqueline O’Hagan w North East Runners A.C. 2:32:02.4 2:31:36.8508 465 Martina Locke w B/OLT, 2:32:09.5 2:31:05.0509 450 Janet O’Kane w B/OLT, 2:32:09.9 2:31:05.7510 512 Cecilia Deehan m 2:32:10.1 2:31:05.2511 687 Dawn Duffy w B/OLT, 2:32:10.9 2:31:06.4512 540 Avril Larkin w 2:32:13.4 2:31:57.0513 561 Nuala Lenehan w 2:32:13.7 2:31:56.7514 165 Emma O’Kane w 2:32:15.3 2:32:15.3515 415 Carol-Anne Kinley w 2:32:47.5 2:32:47.5516 615 Grace Garvie w Rosses A.C. 2:33:19.7 2:33:03.3517 332 Maureen Mc Brearty w 2:33:30.8 2:32:52.0518 330 Katrina McDaid w 2:33:48.3 2:33:02.2519 265 Gareth McKenna m Monaghan Town Runners 2:33:49.1 2:32:44.6520 373 Aine Tunney w 2:34:18.9 2:34:01.9521 282 Mary O’ Donnell w 2:34:32.0 2:34:25.2522 534 Mary Van Ruiven w 2:34:46.5 2:33:56.0523 243 Attracta McGlinchey w PACE Running Club 2:35:09.7 2:34:46.5524 481 Eibhlin Coll w 2:35:33.9 2:34:47.0525 428 Crona Bonner w 2:35:43.2 2:34:38.1526 237 Olivia McDaid w 2:35:52.7 2:35:14.8527 364 Maeve Moss w 2:35:58.0 2:35:04.0528 830 Claire Irwin w 2:35:58.1 2:35:03.8529 414 Stella Murray w 2:36:20.0 2:35:15.6530 596 Teresa Sheerin-Ryan w St. Marys (Clare) A.C. 2:37:19.4 2:36:35.7531 526 Sharon Scanlon w Finn Valley A.C. 2:37:47.3 2:36:58.1532 575 Marie Downey w Inishowen A.C. 2:37:54.7 2:37:12.8533 659 Anne Sheridan w 2:38:04.7 2:37:46.1534 503 Sharon Kelly w 2:39:23.4 2:38:41.4535 377 Eva McCloskey w 2:40:25.0 2:39:43.8536 331 Mary Mc Brearty w 2:41:03.8 2:40:24.9537 783 Michael Flynn m 2:42:20.4 2:41:22.8538 260 Edel Sweeney-Haughey w 2:43:27.9 2:42:46.9539 261 Rachael O Donnell w 2:43:28.2 2:42:47.4540 385 Lorna Goudie w 2:43:45.7 2:43:17.4541 384 Stephanie Laird w 2:43:45.9 2:43:17.5542 257 Annette Sheridan w 2:44:54.7 2:44:18.1543 178 Kieranna Mc Cormick w 2:45:24.1 2:44:55.5544 371 Seanm Douglas m 2:45:32.8 2:44:54.3545 486 Mary McGeehan w 2:46:17.5 2:46:17.5546 452 Catriona Carr w 2:46:17.6 2:45:51.6547 317 Jim Osborne m 2:47:45.4 2:46:38.4548 454 Loretto McEniff w 2:48:20.8 2:48:13.4549 231 Ann Ruan w 2:48:20.9 2:48:15.0550 212 Ursula Mulgrew w 2:48:21.1 2:48:14.5551 462 Patricia Mc Ginley w 2:48:21.1 2:48:13.8552 194 Susan Doherty w 2:48:21.3 2:48:14.7553 292 Marie Mc Gonigle w 2:48:21.8 2:48:15.4554 213 Collete Carlin w 2:48:22.1 2:48:15.3555 839 Wendy McGarvey w 2:48:22.1 2:48:14.4556 441 Mary Doherty w Convoy A.C. 2:48:38.2 2:47:33.6557 1000 Dessie Larkin 2:49:56.6558 999 Mary Larkin 2:49:56.6559 696 Elizabeth McGinley w 2:49:57.6 2:49:53.5560 394 Ruth Mc Crossan w 2:52:08.8 2:51:18.3561 417 Vanessa Sharkey w 2:52:29.5 2:52:11.9562 109 James Gavin M 2:53:32.2 2:53:02.0563 223 Ann McAteer w 2:53:33.8 2:52:49.9564 297 Bernie Crerand w 2:53:34.3 2:52:53.6565 731 Helen Hanley w 2:55:04.0 2:54:15.2566 368 Marie Mc Bride w 2:55:04.8 2:54:15.9567 367 Margaret Mc Bride w 2:55:05.0 2:54:16.1568 626 Marie Bonner w 2:55:33.2 2:55:03.3569 642 Donal Kavanagh m 2:55:55.4 2:54:57.6570 355 Emma-Jayne Earls w 2:56:21.5 2:56:10.3571 221 Maureen Sweeney w 2:57:14.2 2:56:31.2572 832 Noelle White w 3:02:19.5 3:02:19.5573 663 Vanessa Douglas w 3:02:51.1 3:02:33.9574 262 Noreen Molloy w 3:03:49.7 3:03:49.7575 717 Bridget Molloy w 3:03:49.7 3:03:49.7576 173 Miriam Mc Laughlin w 3:06:09.9 3:05:26.7577 266 Heather Browne w 3:06:09.9 3:05:26.0578 171 Jacqueline O’ Mahoney w 3:08:33.1 3:07:34.6579 190 Andrew Coll m 3:10:02.6 3:10:02.6580 222 Patsy Sweeney m 3:11:19.5 3:10:35.4581 406 Susan McKelvey w 3:12:41.6 3:11:45.8582 195 Aoife Devenney w 3:12:42.0 3:12:23.5583 413 Aisling McAteer w 3:13:22.0 3:12:26.7584 569 Valerie Mc Ginley w Rosses A.C. 3:14:21.1 3:13:18.9585 833 Marghrite Mc Inerney w 3:15:43.2 3:15:43.2586 416 Agnes stewart w 3:18:16.1 3:17:57.6587 418 Kathleen Ann Creamer w 3:18:16.2 3:17:57.7588 370 Mary Conway w 3:19:07.2 3:18:21.7589 704 Karla Gibson w 3:21:37.8 3:21:06.8590 518 Anne Geehan w 3:24:34.1 3:23:52.1591 453 Hannah Carr w 3:24:34.4 3:23:51.7592 369 Caitriona Carroll w 3:25:32.1 3:24:32.9593 553 Luan Lappin w 3:25:51.8 3:25:17.6594 827 John Mc Daid m 3:25:52.3 3:25:16.7595 774 Maria Mc Gill w 3:28:38.9 3:28:19.3596 504 Èlaine O’Doherty w 3:28:39.1 3:28:19.7597 624 Grace Gallagher w 3:28:58.9 3:27:47.9598 381 Bridget Gibbons w 3:32:54.1 3:32:29.1599 240 Erin Mullan m 3:35:41.0 3:36:40.7600 483 Maureen McGettigan w 3:36:51.2 3:36:51.2601 727 Susan Patterson w 3:37:46.2 3:38:43.8602 627 Sean Bonner m Convoy A.C. 3:39:23.3 3:39:53.2603 232 Michelle Doherty w 3:40:55.3 3:41:57.0604 796 Beth Masters w 4:21:56.0 4:22:53.4605 288 Anne Mc Grath w 4:22:04.9 4:22:51.7606 204 Julia Blake w 4:22:08.2 4:22:55.0607 203 Roisin Doherty w 4:22:08.6 4:22:53.6RESULTS: MICHAEL BLACK WINS DONEGAL HALF MARATHON was last modified: August 24th, 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 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Ollie Horgan insists Finn Harps will go again as they remain bottom

first_imgOllie Horgan’s Finn Harps remain bottom of the League of Ireland table going into the mid-season break following their 1-0 defeat against St Patrick’s Athletic on Friday night. Under-19 attacker Walker came off the bench to net his first senior goal as St Patrick’s Athletic took a narrow win over Ollie Horgan’s men.Walker’s goal, seven minutes from the end, consigned Harps to defeat after a decent display at Richmond Park. Speaking to the media following Harps’ Dublin clash, Horgan said: “I felt (on Friday) that we played well and still came out the narrow side of a defeat.“If we don’t play well, we will get beaten comfortably, and even when you play well you run the risk of what happened (on Friday).”Going into the season’s interval Harps sit level on points with UCD but with have played three games more than the ‘Students’, and Horgan insists his side must continue to remain focused if they are to be in with a chance of survival this season.“We knew how difficult it would be (this season) and if we were given the playoff spot at the start of the year we would’ve taken it with open arms. “The difficult part is that UCD has three games on us and that playoff spot itself will be a huge achievement for us if we are able to turn it around but we will keep going.”Ollie Horgan insists Finn Harps will go again as they remain bottom was last modified: June 15th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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

Inside the Warriors’ philosophy on 3-point shooting

first_imgSubscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table bookOAKLAND — The highlight reels often show Stephen Curry sinking a 3-pointer from at least 30 feet away from the basket. Or Klay Thompson draining a corner 3-pointer after holding the ball for only a second.Those plays might capture why Curry and Thompson are nicknamed the “Splash Brothers.” But even if the Warriors arguably have the best shooting backcourt ever, those plays …last_img

Earth Myths with a Sprinkling of Data

first_img(Visited 42 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0 Some recent articles show that tiny bits of data can be used to generate whoppers.According to Live Science, Bill Hammond has been measuring uplift of the Sierra Nevada range since 2000.  Currently they have measured about a millimeter or two of uplift a year for less than 12 years.  Launching from that, the article stated:The amount might seem small, but the data indicate that long-term trends in crustal uplift suggest the modern Sierra could be formed in less than 3 million years, which is relatively quick when compared to estimates using some geological techniques.This represents an extrapolation of five orders of magnitude (stretching 12 years of data to “suggest” what happened in 3 million years).  Nevertheless, they are convinced they have determined a “young” uplift for the California mountain range (see also PhysOrg).  Despite the bold announcements, Hammond said, “he Sierra Nevada uplift process is fairly unique on Earth and not well understood.” Whether “unique” phenomena can be used to inform laws of nature was not explained.Even more hubris was displayed in another article, “Earth history and evolution,” on PhysOrg.  The opening paragraph is the operative statement about mythology referred to in our title:In classical mythology, the cypress tree is associated with death, the underworld and eternity. Indeed, the family to which cypresses belong, is an ancient lineage of conifers, and a new study of their evolution affords a unique insight into a turbulent era in the Earth’s history.This article claimed that genetic data between several genera of cypress thought to have evolved independently after a mythical supercontinent, Pangea, split apart, has “revolutionized the field of biogeography” and given us “understanding” of earth history.The new study confirms that cypresses represent a very old plant family. Their origins can be traced back to Pangea, and the evolutionary divergence of the northern and southern subfamilies of cypresses actually reflects the break-up of Pangea about 153 million years ago. As fragmentation progressed and ancestral lineages were separated from each other, new lineages were established and followed separate evolutionary trajectories. The Cupressaceae is the first plant family whose evolutionary history gives us such a detailed picture of the break-up of a supercontinent.This adds another couple of orders of magnitude to the extrapolations from data evaluated in the present (see PNAS paper for the data used).  The “insight” generated comes with some caveats, however.  “Some groups have turned out to be surprisingly young in evolutionary terms, others much older than people had assumed.”  It appears that using assumptions about a law of nature concerning evolutionary rates requires sacrificing laws of nature in other aspects of the story.Myths usually require sacrifices, so we should not be surprised.Let’s take stock of what we know (or think we know) based on the data presented.  (1) The Sierras have risen 1 or 2 millimeters per year since 2000, give or take the uncertainties that always need to be factored into any measurement.  (2) Certain selected genes in certain selected species of cypress have a measurable percent difference, give or take the uncertainties that always need to be factored into any measurement.That’s it.  The rest is interpretation.Are you better off with modern mythology than the Greeks and Romans were?  The fighting gods of classical lore have been lumped into a new god named Evolution that performs whatever miracles are necessary to keep the myth going.  We are told “new lineages were established”.  By whom?  Evolution, the god of death, the underworld and eternity.  Evolution weaves tales of “turbulent eras in earth history” when he fought the Earth Giants, splitting continents and sending the spirits of Life Force on separate evolutionary trajectories.  We don’t see Evolution, but through his oracles, we gain “understanding”.  We envision “detailed pictures”.  We achieve “unique insight”.Any mythmaker needs a sprinkling of data to keep the outsiders in awe.   The priest of Delphi used gas from a cave to send the priestesses into ecstatic babblings.  Now, GPS (gas of the priestesses of science) does the trick, while another group of divination prophets looks into the genes, like ancient Babble-onians looked into entrails.We know what they tell us is mythology because each new understanding overturns the previous understanding (implying it was never understanding in the first place).  We also keep seeing that the new data contradicts the findings from the gas the previous oracle used.  We also know it’s bunk because the interpreters (the university press departments), translate the incomprehensible babblings into ambiguous pronouncements that can be interpreted various ways. Does evolution run fast or slow?  It depends.  Are the Sierras rising fast or slow?  It depends.  [Scientific principle:  Mathematical physics does not permit the extrapolation of a linear function over five orders of magnitude.  That’s like drawing a mile-long curve from an inch of data.]Old King Croesus would have had equal luck listening to modern scientists tell him whether to go to war with Darius as we have trusting in the “understanding” we get from the priests of Darwinius.  Don’t myth-take this for science.  The rubric of their hubris is rootless.last_img read more

München-Venedig / Munich-Venice / Monaco-Venezia – Geocache of the Week

first_imgLocation:Bavaria, GermanyN 48° 08.157′ E 011° 34.233′ Multi-CacheGC1FPN1by DerPate <> As the name suggests, München-Venedig / Munich-Venice / Monaco-Venezia takes you on a journey that starts at the Marienplatz in Munich and ends at St. Mark’s Square in the heart of Venice. It follows a route which is one of the most popular long-distance hiking routes in Europe, referred to as “Traumpfad München-Venedig”.At each stage, you must find a clue that gives you information about the final coordinates of the cache. Make sure to be thorough, as it would be a shame to walk this far and then not find the actual cache!The hike takes you from the Bavarian lowlands across the Alps, through Austria, and into Italy. Along the way, you will experience the beauty of the Alps in all its facets, from lush rolling hills to breathtaking mountain passes and traditional lodges. Stage 16 on the way to Boèhütte is when you reach the highest point of the hike (1804 mi / 2904 m). Stage 22 is the most challenging part of the trek which requires climbing experience to cross the Klettersteig (equipment can be rented on site). But for those who feel less adventurous, there is a bus that will take you to Rif. 7° Alpini, the start of the next stage.From here on out, your journey takes you into the countryside of northern Italy. The remaining stages of the Multi let you focus on enjoying the landscape, fed by the Mediterranean Sea. This is only a glimpse of the sights leading up to your arrival in picturesque Venice and your well earned reward of finding the cache. In the 10 years since publication, this regular-sized cache has amassed 105 finds, 96 Favorite points, and nearly 2,000 images! Would you make the journey? Difficulty:2Terrain:4center_img Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.Share with your Friends:More Geocaching comes in many forms and shapes. Sometimes it is a quick park and grab, sometimes it is a nice hike through the forest, and sometimes it comes in the form of a 28 stage Multi-Cache that takes you on a trek across three countries. If the line “But I would walk 500 miles, and I would walk 500 more” appeals to you, this is the cache for you (though the actual distance is “only” 350 mi / 563 km). SharePrint RelatedDeath in Venice — Geocache of the WeekMarch 1, 2017In “Community”350 miles, all for a smiley. — Munich – Venice (GC1FPN1) — Geocache of the WeekJune 12, 2013In “Community”Line of Sight — In the Distance (GC4JZTK) — Geocache of the WeekMarch 19, 2015In “Geocache of the Week”last_img read more