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MORE THAN 150 COMPLETE RAPHOE 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgMore than 150 people took part in the Raphoe Family Resource Centre 5k.It was a one and two for Derry Spartans with Emmett McGinty winning the race followed by clubfeet Noel Logan.Well done to all who took part. Place Name Club Bib No Gender Cat Gun Time Chip Time1 Emmett McGinty City of Derry Spartans 26 M Sen 16:16 16:152 Noel Logan City of Derry Spartans 27 M Sen 16:45 16:453 Brian McNamee 162 M Sen 17:19 17:184 Martin McColgan Carnoustie 54 M Sen 17:36 17:365 Kieran Crawford Letterkenny AC 149 M Sen 17:38 17:376 Brian McCrea Finn Valley AC 134 M Sen 17:54 17:547 Kenny Melaugh Healthy Bon Fitness 112 M Sen 18:11 18:108 Paul Dillon Lifford Strabane AC 104 M 40 18:20 18:209 Patrick Meehan Foyle Valley AC 30 M Sen 18:30 18:2610 Peter McMenamin Finn Valley AC 47 M Sen 18:40 18:4011 Mark Reid Foyle Valley AC 33 M 40 18:51 18:4612 Damian Murphy Raphoe Road Runners 10 M 40 19:14 19:1313 Karol Doherty 119 M W/C 19:28 19:2814 Brandon McGrinder Lifford Strabane AC 84 M Sen 19:28 19:2215 Kevin Carlin 28 M Sen 19:55 19:5416 Andrew Leighton Convoy AC 83 M 40 19:56 19:5417 Jason Graham Tir Chonaill AC 111 M 40 19:58 19:5618 Stephen Travers Tir Chonaill AC 61 M 50 20:01 19:5919 John McKinley Foyle Valley AC 46 M 40 20:11 20:1120 Terry Foley Foyle Valley AC 49 M Sen 20:15 20:1021 Frank Pinder 64 M 50 20:16 20:1222 Ryan Jordan Convoy AC 123 M Sen 20:16 20:1323 Aiden Kelly Lifford Strabane AC 118 M Sen 20:18 20:1424 Niall Hassan Acorns AC 71 M Sen 20:26 20:2425 Noeleen Merritt Finn Valley AC 40 F 50 20:28 20:2726 William Freney Raphoe Road Runners 70 M 40 20:33 20:3127 Aaron McGrath Lifford Strabane AC 97 M Sen 20:40 20:3528 Amanda Connell Springwell 18 F Sen 20:42 20:3829 Keith Gordon Swanlings 110 M Sen 20:47 20:4530 Jess Moorehead 81 F Sen 20:49 20:4731 Charlie Dooher Melvin WJR 35 M Sen 20:50 20:4232 Stephen Doherty 174 M Sen 20:53 20:5033 Finbar Allan 13 M Sen 21:00 20:5834 Billy Orr Foyle Valley AC 14 M 50 21:01 20:5735 Kieran McColgan Carnoustie 55 M Sen 21:02 21:0136 Joseph Brown 101 M Sen 21:04 20:5737 Daniel Duggan Lifford Strabane AC 116 M Sen 21:13 21:1238 Declan McAleer Lifford Strabane AC 42 M 40 21:16 21:1439 Marie Rooney Tir Chonaill AC 23 F 50 21:17 21:1640 Hugh Allan Raphoe Road Runners 11 M 50 21:21 21:1641 Martin Jordan Convoy AC 122 M Sen 21:23 21:1842 Foxy Martin 22 M 40 21:26 21:1843 Hugh Hegarty Foyle Valley AC 19 M 40 21:33 21:2944 Dympna Houston Lifford Strabane AC 86 F Sen 21:33 21:3145 Adrian McHugh 38 M 40 21:34 21:3146 Tony Grant Foyle Valley AC 45 M 50 21:37 21:3347 AN Other 48 21:39 21:3748 Mark Gillespie Foyle Valley AC 1 M 40 21:44 21:4149 Jonathan Brown 99 M Sen 21:45 21:4050 Stephen McCrory Run For Buns 20 M 40 21:46 21:4451 Robbie Morning Drumoghill Running Club 32 M Sen 21:47 21:4352 Fintan Carlin Lifford Strabane AC 148 M Juv 21:53 21:5053 Sean McMenamin Aghyaran 50 M 50 22:03 22:0154 Richard Raymond Letterkenny AC 24 M 60 22:17 22:1655 Keelin Harkin 165 M Sen 22:19 22:1556 Terence Quinn Raphoe Road Runners 147 M 50 22:19 22:1657 Patsy McHugh 39 M 40 22:20 22:1758 Laura Maguire 256 F 45 22:21 22:1959 Patricia McLaughlin Inishowen AC 105 F 45 22:21 22:1360 Lisa Patterson kcr 167 F Sen 22:26 22:2361 Mickey McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 95 M 40 22:32 22:3062 Kevin Gallagher Lifford Strabane AC 41 M 40 22:35 22:3263 Patrick Meehan Foyle Valley AC 31 M Sen 22:40 22:3564 Verona Campbell Foyle Valley AC 43 F 45 22:51 22:4765 Ian Alexander 151 M 40 22:53 22:4866 Tommy Doherty Drumoghill Running Club 59 M 50 22:55 22:4767 Pat McCrudden Finn Valley AC 37 M 60 22:57 22:5668 Don Smith Convoy AC 125 M 50 23:01 22:5769 John McElwaine Lifford Strabane AC 150 M Sen 23:15 23:1170 Decky Duffy Melvin WJR 36 M Sen 23:17 23:0871 Alan Mailey Convoy AC 109 M Sen 23:22 23:1772 Paul Houston Lifford Strabane AC 87 M Sen 23:29 23:2673 Martin Langan Convoy AC 145 M 40 23:30 23:2474 Linda McGrath Lifford Strabane AC 93 F Sen 23:32 23:2975 Carol Houston Castlefinn Running Club 103 M 50 23:41 23:3576 Alan Redstone Lifford Strabane AC 85 M 40 23:50 23:4777 Tony Morning Drumoghill Running Club 34 M Sen 24:08 23:5978 AN Other 24:09 24:0079 Michael Jack Convoy AC 120 M 40 24:14 24:0980 Brian Duffy 126 M 40 24:15 24:0981 John Griffin Finn Valley Fit4Life 72 M 40 24:15 24:1182 Joe Gallen Lifford Strabane AC 66 M 50 24:19 24:1783 Mark McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 96 M Sen 24:22 24:1784 John Ward Tir Chonaill AC 137 M 40 24:25 24:2285 Clare Molloy 77 F 40 24:26 24:1986 Shaun Boyce Milford AC 51 M Sen 24:32 24:2987 Hugh Brogan 52 M Sen 24:32 24:2988 Harry Doherty 88 M 40 24:35 24:3489 Joseph Morning Drumoghill Running Club 171 M Sen 24:37 24:3390 Berny Love 57 F 40 24:38 24:3691 Maurice Murray 153 M 50 24:40 24:3492 Sharon Carlin Lifford Strabane AC 146 F 45 24:43 24:4093 Leanne Patterson kcr 168 F Sen 24:45 24:4194 Johnny Long 169 M Sen 24:45 24:4095 Noel Heekin Sliabh Liag 80 M Sen 24:52 24:5096 Sophie Kelly 163 F 40 25:05 25:0297 Linda Macbeth Raphoe Road Runners 124 F Sen 25:13 25:0898 Joseph Casey 17 M 50 25:22 25:1599 Emma Bates Convoy AC 139 F Sen 25:24 25:24100 Catherine Quigley Lifford Strabane AC 114 F Sen 25:31 25:26101 Martin McCrory 16 M 40 25:36 25:29102 Clare Hassan Termoneeny Running Club 73 F Sen 25:43 25:35103 Kayleigh Smith Convoy AC 132 F Sen 25:46 25:39104 Mary Martin Finn Valley Fit4Life 127 F 60 25:48 25:45105 Olivia Cuskelly Lifford Strabane AC 21 F 40 25:49 25:44106 Maddy McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 94 F Sen 25:49 25:43107 Caroline Ward Tir Chonaill AC 138 F 45 25:52 25:49108 Shaun O’Donnell Swanlings 159 M 50 25:54 25:45109 Dermot Breslin 53 M Sen 26:13 26:10110 Ronan Gallen 65 M Sen 26:17 26:14111 Claire Taylor Convoy AC 140 F Sen 26:26 26:18112 Victoria Wray 166 F Sen 26:32 26:25113 Eileen Morning Swanlings 117 F 40 26:40 26:39114 Edel Travers Tir Chonaill AC 60 F Sen 27:00 26:57115 Vanessa McHugh 9 F Sen 27:07 27:00116 Lucia Doherty 8 F Sen 27:08 27:01117 Paul Finn Finn Valley Fit4Life 74 M 40 27:21 27:16118 John Mailey Convoy AC 58 M 40 27:39 27:39119 Elaine Parke Convoy AC 4 F Sen 27:40 27:34120 Zara Tinney 170 F Juv 28:10 28:02121 Diane McGarrigle Finn Valley Fit4Life 79 F 40 28:14 28:10122 Mairead Pinder Letterkenny AC 62 F 40 28:16 28:09123 Noreen Pinder 63 F Sen 28:24 28:17124 Denise McElhinney Raphoe Hockey Club 107 F Sen 28:35 28:28125 Dorothy McHugh 98 F Sen 28:50 28:41126 Nuala Allan Raphoe Road Runners 12 F 50 28:51 28:45127 Raj Meehan Raphoe Road Runners 152 M 50 28:52 28:47128 Caroline McCurdy Lifford Strabane AC 29 F 45 28:58 28:52129 Ayesha Mahmud 100 F Sen 29:04 28:57130 Arlyne Kilpatrick Raphoe Hockey Club 106 F Sen 29:19 29:12131 Shelley Gillespie Convoy AC 3 F Sen 29:37 29:37132 Martina McBrearty 164 F 50 29:43 29:38133 Amanda Toland 82 F Sen 29:44 29:43134 Ann Strain Convoy AC 69 F 45 29:53 29:45135 Gerard Sharkey Swanlings 68 M 50 30:17 30:12136 Patricia O’Brien kcr 143 F Sen 30:22 30:19137 Laura McGlinchey 133 F Sen 30:43 30:37138 Rhonda Porter Lifford Strabane AC 128 F Sen 30:45 30:38139 Ann Kee Finn Valley Fit4Life 76 F 40 30:48 30:44140 Sabrina Barnett Raphoe Hockey Club 108 F Sen 31:00 30:53141 Desmond Brownlie Lagan Valley AC 121 M 60 31:10 31:08142 Hayley Davison 115 F Sen 31:27 31:15143 Jamie Smith 157 M Juv 32:23 32:10144 Gillian Smith Castlefinn Running Club 155 F Sen 32:23 32:13145 Edel Neely Finn Valley Fit4Life 78 F 40 32:39 32:29146 Lee Ann Melaugh Lifford Strabane AC 113 F Sen 32:57 32:47147 Amanda McGranaghan Finn Valley Fit4Life 75 F Sen 33:32 33:22148 Melissa Morning Drumoghill Running Club 172 F Juv 33:32 33:22149 Sean Morning Drumoghill Running Club 173 M Juv 34:50 34:39150 Bernadine Madden kcr 5 F 40 34:53 34:50151 Colleen O’Brien Aghyaran 142 F Sen 35:24 35:15152 Denise Langan Castlefinn Running Club 44 F 45 35:36 35:31153 Lena O’Reilly kcr 144 F 50 36:21 36:18154 Liz Gallen kcr 67 F 50 37:25 37:21155 Lara Smith 156 F Juv 38:16 38:06156 Judith Smith Castlefinn Running Club 158 F 45 38:20 38:09157 Alice McConnellMORE THAN 150 COMPLETE RAPHOE 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: July 6th, 2016 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 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NEW PRESIDENT SETS OUT HER VISION FOR DONEGAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS

first_imgGrace Ann McGarvey, Brand, Web Design, Media & Communications, Vice President : Shona Chambers, John McColgan Financial Advisors, Treasurer, Rachel Wasson, Karen Murphy, Karen Murphy Speech & Drama, Rosemary Lyons, Enterprise Officer, Inishowen Development Partnership Company, Fiona Higgins, Batik Art by Fiona Higgins, Maureen Walsh, Errigal Montessori (Missing from Photo), Denise McClintock, DWIB Administrator, Fiona O’Reilly, On the Dot, and Catherine Lyster, LYIT.“Donegal Women in Business, Mean Business”, says Grace Ann McGarvey a native of Kilmacrennan who runs her own Design, Web Design, Media & Communications business.Grace Ann has just been elected as the President of the Donegal Women in Business Network.Grace Ann has been working in this industry for over 20 years and set up her own business over 3 years ago. She decided to start her own business because she knew that it would give her the opportunity, not only to do what she loves, but the flexibility to be on hand for her three children, Maurice 17, Hannah 15 & Luke 11. “I am passionate about my work, I love working with clients from all over the globe and from all different industries and sizes and when I see a smile on a clients face or get an “I love it” email, then that makes everything I do worthwhile”. says Grace Ann.“However, being in business on your own can sometimes be isolating and that’s why networks like the Donegal Women in Business Network are a great source for sharing knowledge, meeting potential new clients, friends and mentors and learning from successful, start up and growing business people in our own county”.The Donegal Women in Business Network is in existence now for 15 years and provides a valuable platform for the inspiration and capacity building of women in business through a variety of initiatives and opportunities and is making a contribution towards developing the next generation of women business.The network is also a sounding board for advice and giving support through their events, workshops & conferences held regularly throughout the county. The different categories of membership represent a cross section of businesswomen across different sectors. Members include entrepreneurs, women managing businesses for other owners, social entrepreneurs, thought leaders and senior decision makers. We continually upgrade our various programmes and initiatives to keep abreast of what women need to sustain and grow their business. Programmes and activities range from the purely social, to the strongly business focused, such as skills development, mentoring, social media training, networking, financial presentations and guest speakers from the business and professional sectors. Over the last few years we have made significant networking links with our colleagues in Derry Women in Enterprise and Sligo Women in Business network.The Committee provide their time and commit fully to their voluntary roles and are the main touch point within the membership of the network.The hard working committee, who take time out of their busy schedules, to meet and organise the networking events, workshops and conferences for the members are newly elected President : Grace Ann McGarvey, Brand, Web Design, Media & Communications, Vice President : Shona Chambers, John McColgan Financial Advisors, Treasurer, Rachel Wasson, Karen Murphy, Karen Murphy Speech & Drama, Rosemary Lyons, Enterprise Officer, Inishowen Development Partnership Company, Fiona Higgins, Batik Art by Fiona Higgins, Maureen Walsh, Errigal Montessori, Denise McClintock, DWIB Administrator, Fiona O’Reilly, On the Dot, and Catherine Lyster, LYIT.“Collectively within the network we have a huge knowledge and expertise and I believe we are making a difference to our economy. There are challenges of course, such as managing time, providing challenging programmes of interest for our members and providing value for money. However, I strongly believe that it is important for the growth of women in business to ensure that we have a voice in the county regarding business issues and in the importance of links with the Local Enterprise Office, who were instrumental in setting up the Women in Business Network, Donegal County Council, Enterprise Ireland, other support agencies and financial institutions that offer support to our members and engage with the Network.“It is my vision to increase the footprint and the voice of Donegal women in business both, in the county, and nationally, and to increase our membership significantly to make that happen. To that end, I would encourage any woman that is in business or managing a business in the county to make contact with us, join the network for only €40 a year, help yourself and let us help you to grow your business. I would also like to encourage all the agencies in the county to make contact with us so that we can add them our mailing lists and distribute anything that may be of relevance to our members.” Anyone can contact the network directly and join instantly by logging onto www.donegalwomeninbusiness.com, email info@donegalwomeninbusiness.com, contact me directly at ga@graceannconsultancy.com. You can also follow our network on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/DWIBNetwork.NEW PRESIDENT SETS OUT HER VISION FOR DONEGAL WOMEN IN BUSINESS was last modified: April 25th, 2015 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

Alaska News Nightly Wednesday Feb 8 2017

first_imgStories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprnListen nowUniversity of Alaska president addresses lawmakers after no-confidence votesCaroline Halter, KTOO – JuneauThe faculty senate at the University of Alaska Fairbanks voted no-confidence in University President Jim Johnsen’s leadership on Monday, Feb. 6. The vote followed the same move by the Anchorage faculty Jan. 13. Johnsen addressed the issue Jan. 8 at a meeting of the Senate Education Committee.Chief justice urges lawmakers to collaborate and compromiseAndrew Kitchenman, KTOO – JuneauState Supreme Court Chief Justice Craig Stowers said Alaska’s courts are leading the way in cutting costs in a way that doesn’t threaten vital services.Legislative uproar erupts during discussion of oil tax creditsRashah McChesney, Alaska’s Energy Desk – JuneauFor a few minutes today, the State House floor started to sound like Britain’s House of Commons. The chaos erupted after members of the House Resources committee released their much anticipated bill proposing another round of oil tax credit reforms.Dakota Access Pipeline builder says they will resume construction as soon as possibleAssociated PressThe company building the Dakota Access oil pipeline says it plans to resume work immediately to finish the project.Presbyterian Church formally apologizes to North Slope Natives for denouncing cultureLori Townsend, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageIn Utqiagvik, an apology from the head of the Presbyterian Church will be offered to the Alaska Native people of the North Slope. The idea is to start a process of healing by acknowledging that the Church, however well intended, was wrong, when it denounced the cultures of Native people, both in Alaska and across the nation.Rep. Young named ‘chairman emeritus,’ loses power of the gavelLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.For most of the past 20 years, Alaska Congressman Don Young has been either a committee or subcommittee chairman. But now he wields no gavel.Fairbanks School District eliminates graduate testsRobert Hannon, KUAC – FairbanksFairbanks High School seniors scheduled to graduate this spring won’t need to take a college entrance exam. At its meeting last night, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School Board revamped its graduation requirements. The board also heard from some educators unhappy with the district’s new personalized learning model.New play tells stories of homelessness, inspires actionAnne Hillman, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageA new play showing in Anchorage this weekend tells the stories of homelessness from around the state. But for the writers and actors, “Home But Not Less” isn’t a story about sadness. It’s about understanding.Fishermen forced to share pounds in herring fisheryAngela Denning, KFSK – PetersburgNew restrictions are being put into place for the upcoming spawn-on-kelp herring fishery in Southeast Alaska to address a declining population. For the first time, fishermen are required to share spawning structures with several others.last_img read more