Sampler of plan B

first_imgBrahim’s rebound did not last long. He liked it in Zaragoza and repeated before the Real in Copa, but has been non-existent in the great competitions. In League he has played 23 minutes, the last on December 7. In Champions, 17, in Bruges.Rodrygo, which with seven goals is still the team’s second scorer, has gone down several steps in relevance. After not being included in three consecutive league lists, the club He decided to re-enter Castilla. He scored a goal and was sent off against San Sebastián de los Reyes.With Bale Zidane seems to have lost patience. The Welshman has scored three goals in 18 games. The latest news about him is daunting: off the list against Levante, 15 insubstantial minutes against City and the whole Classic sitting on the bench. All in one course very in line: two injuries and one sick leave.Jovic It has also gone very less. In a team with little goal, He was not in the last two league calls and left only six minutes against City. That Mariano has advanced should be alarming, especially considering the 60 million it cost.With a view to the futureSUSANA VERA & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Odegaard wins integers to be part of the Real Madrid squad next season.SUSANA VERA (REUTERS) The last extreme rotation of Madrid (Mallorca, October 19) ended badly (1-0 defeat). Then, without daring so much, Zidane tried to partially refresh the team and it didn’t work either, beyond the first Cup rounds against Unionistas and Zaragoza. When he ran into a rival with more volume, Real Sociedad, Madrid was eliminated. That night were Nacho, Miitao, James or Brahim, four of the missing.One of the keys to that double of Zidane in 2017 was a complete activation of the template that allowed him to survive in any field and in any circumstance with an alternative eleven. That time passed.Nacho, exemplary substitute in those days of wine and roses, He has only played nine games this year. After scoring the goal that gave the victory to Madrid in Valladolid has not been aligned again in the League or in the Champions League. He was in the Cup, against Zaragoza and Real Sociedad, and he scored a goal, but his role in the team is much less relevant than in the first one was Zidane.Militao, who will have to play against Manchester City for the suspension of Sergio Ramos, He has been six league games and one of the Champions without playing a single minute. Only Marcelo, who shares the minutes with Mendy, is a real alternative in defense.Odriozola He left the winter market without leaving a mark. He played four league games and only one of the Champions. At Bayern he has only played 70 minutes in a month and a half.James and Bale, Fallen GalacticsWith James the worst forecasts have been confirmed. He played seven of the first nine league games, but hasn’t played a minute in the competition since October 19 and has only been in three calls. In Europe he has not played any games since the 22nd of the same month and his presence in the three Cup matches was very marginal. In the Super Cup he enjoyed 13 minutes against Valencia. He is the sixth midfielder of the team.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Bale, James and Militao, in the match against PSG.JESUS ​​ALVAREZ ORIHUELA (DIARIO AS) Although Plan B 2019-20 is not working, Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid have ‘from Erasmus’ important pieces of the future and possible revuls for the next season. Dani Ceballos, in spite of not being outstanding in the Emirates, it already proved to have quality to be a substitute of guarantees. The sides are also insured: Achraf shows versatility and shines in Dortmund; Reguilón, meanwhile, is a fixed Lopetegui.Martin Odegaard, in Real, is one of the great names of LaLiga Santander. KuboAt 18, he also shows signs of having enough potential. Lunin Y Luca Zidane They start to take off in Second. Javi Sánchez, Borja Mayoral or Oscar Rodriguez, still owned by Madrid, seem to have a great future in Primera.last_img read more

WADA uncovers Russian football doping

first_img The doping cases in the Russian national teams were all recorded as clean by Moscow lab director Grigory Rodchenkov after instructions from Sports Ministry employee Alexei Velikodny to “save” the players, McLaren’s investigation found. The records show that three members of the Russian Under-21 team gave suspicious samples at the national training base shortly before travelling to the 2013 European championship, with two showing elevated testosterone levels – a key indicator of doping – and another testing positive for cannabis. A fourth player’s sample contained high traces of alcohol, which isn’t banned but seems to have been included in the documents as a warning. The Russian squad at the tournament included some players who have gone on to play for Russia’s national team. “FIFA is now reviewing the evidence provided by WADA after the final McLaren report, and based on this information, FIFA will take the appropriate next steps in accordance with the anti-doping regulations,” the governing body said. “The result of the investigation will be communicated in due course. Please understand, we cannot comment further at this stage.” Both UEFA and the Russian Football Union, of which Mutko is president, declined to comment. TOLD TO SAVE PLAYERS MOSCOW (AP): Emails released by a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) investigation have shown that players from Russia’s Under-21 national football team had suspicious drug-test samples covered up. The emails, released this month as part of WADA investigator Richard McLaren’s report on Russian doping, say that there were five suspicious samples in the Russian men’s Under-17 and Under-21 national teams in 2013 and 2014. Another case in the Russian league was allegedly covered up by then Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko, who is also in charge of the country’s World Cup preparations. The FIFA ethics committee said yesterday that it will “examine the report thoroughly” in response to the allegations about football and the role of Mutko, who sits on the FIFA Council. The allegations follow a tough year for Russian football, which is trying to prepare to host the 2018 World Cup but has faced criticism over hooliganism involving fans at the European Championship and racism in the domestic game.last_img read more

Olympic hockey streak over as Canada loses to Czechs in shootout

first_imgWojtek Wolski scored for Canada in the shootout while Maxim Lapierre, Roy and Bourque were all stopped by Francouz and Maxim Noreau hit the post on his attempt. Petr Koukal and Jan Kouvar scored for the Czechs against Scrivens.Canada came into the game 13-13-1 against the Czech Republic in Olympic and world championship play but had won the last five meetings and eight of the last 10.The three group winners and the best second-ranked teams advance directly to the quarterfinals. The remaining eight play, with the four winners advancing to the quarters.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:11SEA GAMES 2019: PH’s Nesthy Petecio boxing featherweight final (HIGHLIGHTS)02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Still, Russia, the United States and now Canada have all lost in the preliminary round.Mason Raymond and Rene Bourque scored first-period goals for Canada, which wraps up preliminary-round play Sunday against South Korea, but Dominik Kubalik and Michal Jordan answered for the Czechs, who used a successful forecheck. The Czechs tied it up 35 seconds into the second period. Ben Scrivens, who had mishandled the puck seconds earlier, stopped a Michal Birner shot but Jordan banged in the rebound.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkCanada outshot the Czechs 33-20 through overtime, but Francouz stood tall — particularly in the extra session.The three-on-three overtime on the big ice was frantic entertainment with quality scoring chances. Canada’s Derek Roy made some nifty rushes but couldn’t finish it off, while Mat Robinson broke up a two-on-one before losing the puck on a breakaway. UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES GALLERY: Barangay Ginebra back as PBA Governors’ Cup kings Sea turtle trapped in net freed in Legazpi City Nueva Ecija warehouse making fake cigarettes raided, 29 Chinese workers nabbed Tiger Woods misses cut at Riviera; Cantlay, McDowell lead Players from the Czech Republic celebrate after defeating Canada in the penalty shootout during the preliminary round of the men’s hockey game at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)GANGNEUNG, South Korea — The Czech Republic rallied twice to hand the Canadian men’s hockey team its first Olympic loss in eight years Saturday, riding goaltender Pavel Francouz to a 3-2 win in a shootout.Canada had won 11 consecutive games at the Olympics — the first 10 with NHL players — dating to a loss to the United States in pool play in Vancouver in 2010. Canada opened these games with a comfortable 5-1 win over the Swiss that confirmed its status as one of the favorites in the tournament.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

Weekend to hold final set of Taylor races

first_imgAfter the weekend, Taylor will have to wait another winter to hold car races.This weekend, the Taylor Speedway will be hosting the final set of races, taking place both Saturday, Sept 10 and Sunday, Sept 11.- Advertisement -Saturday, the races will begin at 3 p.m. and Sunday’s will begin at 1 p.m.The cost of admission for each day is $10 for general admission, $5 for seniors and children and children under five years of age get in for free.For more information on the Taylor Speedway, visit its official website.last_img read more

Police hunting ECD man for impregnating 14-year-old

first_img…who was forced to abort earlier pregnancy with black-pepper concoctionRanks of the Guyana Police Force are currently hunting for a 22-year-old East Coast Demerara (ECD) man after it was discovered that he allegedly impregnated a 14-year-old girl for the second time.The teen was on Friday rescued after the man’s mother allegedly forced her to drink a black-pepper concoction in an effort to abort the child, but when she refused, the woman allegedly slammed her head into a wall as she began physically abusing her.Guyana Times spoke with the teen, who was at the time accompanied by neighbours who had rescued her.This publication was told that the teenager lives in an abusive ECD Squatting Area home with her step-father and mother.The young lady related to this newspaper that her parents were in the habit of imbibing and would constantly physically abuse her and her siblings.Her alleged molester is said to be a relative of her step-father and he had come to live with them at their residence some time ago, after which the two developed a relationship.The teenage girl said that when it was discovered that she was pregnant, her mother and stepfather abused her, causing her to flee along with her paramour.This was in June last, at which point in time the teen was already pregnant and was made to have an abortion.She told Guyana Times that the man’s mother had given her the same black-pepper concoction which she had boiled with some other spices.Within a few months however, the teen said she was pregnant again.The young lady told Guyana Times that she was constantly abused by both the 22-year-old man and his mother, displaying scars on her hands said to be caused when the man would extinguish lit cigarettes on her skin.She said things took a turn for the worse when the young man’s mother again prepared a black-pepper concoction to abort the baby – for a second time within a matter of months – but she refused.The girl told Guyana Times, “When me tell she no, she bunks ma head on the wall and I start seeing dark.”She said as soon as she regained her senses, she shoved the woman out of the way and ran for help.The neighbours who rescued the young lady spoke of repeated abuse by the teenager’s stepfather and mother.Even more worrying, they told Guyana Times that they had taken the girl to the Child Care and Protection Agency (CCPA) but were told that the Agency could not keep the girl at the moment since it did not have accommodation.CCPA Director Ann Greene was contacted and told Guyana Times that she was on leave at the moment, but the officials at the Agency had acted improperly, because as long as a 14-year-old is pregnant for a 22-year-old man, it is clearly a crime and the young lady is in need of immediate protection.She has since promised to urgently look into the matter.The young lady was subsequently taken to the Police Station after an intervention on the part of Guyana Times.The teenager was immediately taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital, accompanied by Police Ranks, to obtain a medical, while another Police team was dispatched to arrest the man.Up to press time, it was unclear if he had been arrested.last_img read more

Hummels ‘not resentful’ over Loew decision

first_img0Shares0000Mats Hummels was one of three experienced Bayern players surprisingly axed from the Germany team earlier this month © dpa/AFP/File / Sina SchuldtBERLIN, Germany, Mar 27 – Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels has said he does not bear a grudge over Germany coach Joachim Loew’s decision to axe him and teammates Thomas Mueller and Jerome Boateng.“I myself do things that other people aren’t happy with, so I am not resentful about decisions other people make which have an effect on me,” Hummels said in an interview with Sport Bild magazine on Wednesday. Loew’s decision to send the experienced Bayern trio into international retirement sent shockwaves through German football three weeks ago.The Germany coach faced heavy criticism for the way he had communicated the decision, with Mueller saying that Loew had shown a lack of class.Hummels, though, struck a more conciliatory tone on Wednesday.“It was impossible for Loew to find the perfect way of informing us,” he said.“It was probably difficult for him to find a way in which we could all leave the discussion feeling like everything had been done in the right way.”The 30-year-old admitted that Loew’s decision had been difficult to take, but said that he is not looking back in anger at his international career.“I did feel snubbed in a way. Thomas, Jerome and I all felt that there could have been a bit more appreciation for us. But my eight years playing for Germany were great.”He did confess, however, that he has one major regret from those eight years.In last summer’s humiliating World Cup defeat by South Korea, Hummels missed a golden opportunity to score late in the game. Had his header found the net, Germany would in all likelihood have avoided a painful group-stage exit.“I’ve discussed that moment time and again with my friends. The header against South Korea had such an enormous effect, not only on the World Cup but also on what is happening now.“If I had scored, then we would have gone through and a lot of things would have turned out differently.”While he has not ruled out a return to international duty, Hummels said he is now looking to put the past behind him and focus on Bayern’s Bundesliga title defence, which continues away to Freiburg on Saturday.“The Mats Hummels who plays for Germany has been pushed aside in my head for the time being,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Watford boss on Stoke defeat – ‘We weren’t focused. We forgot the plan’

first_img Watford lost 2-1 to Stoke City at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon 1 Quique Sanchez Flores denied Watford were suffering an FA Cup hangover after they slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Stoke City.The Hornets looked a pale shadow of the side which memorably beat Arsenal six days ago to reach the semi-finals.Goals in each half from Jonathan Walters and Joselu gave Stoke a comfortable victory despite Troy Deeney’s late consolation.But Vicarage Road boss Flores insists his players are not already thinking about their Wembley date with Crystal Palace next month.“I don’t know if last weekend had an effect but we are disappointed,” he said. “When we finally realised we were not in the match it was a little bit late.“We created chances in the final third of the game. But in the first half we were not completely focused. We forgot the plan. “We don’t play again in the FA Cup for a month. I don’t think the players are thinking about the semi-final, and if they are it would be a big mistake.”last_img read more

IN MEMORY OF GEMMA – RESULTS FROM THE GEMMA McHALE MEMORIAL 5K

first_imgHUNDREDS of people from both sides of the Border took part in a 5k last night in memory of Gemma McHale, the Aghyaran student who died a year ago in a road accident.Gemma, who was 21 and from Crillys Road, died after her Peugeot 306 car crashed on the Letter Road between Belleek and Pettigo on the night of Thursday, May 17 last year.The University of Ulster student was returning home after visiting her sister Joanne in Co Mayo when her car left the road and ended up nose-down in a field adjacent to Letter Bridge. More than 450 people attended the Gemma’s Memorial 5k in Aghyaran.Said Patsy McGonagle from Finn Valley AC: “We want to say thanks to everyone for your support. It makes it so worth while when an event like this gets such great support.“The Mc Hale/Dolan/Jordan families thank you all, with £3571 in so far and counting.”The funds will go to the The Coombe Childrens Hospital Dublin (Neo Natal Unit) where Gemma’s sister Joanne gave birth to twins Jack and Jemma. Here are the results from the race:Place Race No. Time First Name Surname Category Club1 163 16.38 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 164 17.21 Kieran Carlin SM Finn Valley A C3 31 18.12 Patrick Penrose SM Finn Valley A C 4 176 18.30 Shay Gallagher SM Individual5 229 18.32 Kenny O’Donnell SM Finn Valley A C6 104 19.01 Michael Penrose Snr SM Finn Valley A C7 200 19.07 Clint Doherty SM Individual 8 120 19.11 Gerard Colton SM Finn Valley A C9 172 19.21 Noleen Porter SW Finn Valley A C10 451 19.35 Jack McBride SM Individual11 171 19.45 Tony Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C12 105 19.50 Eugene Gallen SM Individual13 170 19.52 Catherine Dooher SM Finn Valley A C14 181 20.08 Drew Doherty SM Finn Valley A C15 95 20.14 Shaun Boyce SM Individual16 159 20.19 Kieran Callaghan SM Individual17 103 20.24 Michael Penrose Jnr SM Finn Valley A C18 145 20.30 Conrad Kee SM Individual19 190 20.44 Brendan Harper SM Individual20 295 20.45 Eamon Connolly SM Finn Valley A C21 466 20.45 Conor McGonagle SM Finn Valley A C22 198 20.50 Sean Paul Byrne SM Individual23 222 20.57 Sean O’Leary SM Finn Valley A C24 206 21.07 Odhran O’Donnell SM Individual25 376 21.10 Dairmuid McHugh SM Individual26 27 21.11 Clare keenan SW Finn Valley A C27 193 21.23 Sean Cassidy SM Individual28 281 21.31 Ciaran McAlone SM Individual29 117 21.33 Kathleen McNulty SW Finn Valley A C30 113 21.36 Noreen Bonner SW Finn Valley A C31 321 21.37 Jamie Hegarty SM Individual32 221 21.39 Michael Gallagher SM Individual33 338 21.45 Karen Gallagher SW Lifford A C34 337 21.47 Paddy Gallagher SM Lifford A C35 33 21.53 Laura lee Penrose SW Finn Valley A C36 195 21.54 Colm McSorley SM Individual37 375 22.00 Kieran McHugh SM Individual38 386 22.17 Aine McGrath SW Individual39 177 22.19 Barry Gallagher SM Individual40 38 22.23 Jonathan Connolly SM Finn Valley A C41 29 22.25 Eoin Moss SM Finn Valley A C42 165 22.26 Mark Donaghey SM Lifford A C43 341 22.52 Mark Bates SM Individual44 28 23.08 Michelle Hunter SW Finn Valley A C45 54 23.08 James McGuire SM Finn Valley A C46 320 23.18 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A C47 537 23.25 an other SM Individual48 359 23.25 Andrew Dolan SM Individual49 32 23.29 Sean McMenamin SM Finn Valley A C50 100 23.30 Eimear Gallen SW Individual51 37 23.34 Ronan McLaughlin SM Finn Valley A C52 14 23.41 Thomas Gallagher SM Individual53 139 23.42 Samantha Wilkinson SW Finn Valley A C54 538 23.43 an other SW Individual55 210 23.43 Eunan Scanlon SM Individual56 199 23.50 Kieran Coyle SM Individual57 48 23.59 Sinead Kenny SW Finn Valley A C58 504 24.07 An Other SM Individual59 93 24.09 Cahir Moss SM Finn Valley A C60 311 24.10 Eamon McConnell SM Individual61 503 24.10 AN Other SW Individual62 26 24.11 Sharon Hamilton SW Finn Valley A C63 340 24.21 Liam Lynch SM Individual64 463 24.33 Conor Lynch SM Individual65 427 24.33 Dale (leaf) Cather SM Individual66 400 24.43 Iggy Houston SM Finn Valley A C67 398 24.43 Joe McNulty SM Finn Valley A C68 220 24.54 Carl Houston SM Individual69 118 24.57 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A C70 55 25.12 Bernie McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C71 533 25.15 an other SM Individual72 162 25.16 Paul Smith SM Individual73 194 25.19 Eamon McKenna SM Individual74 158 25.25 Joe Gallen SM Lifford A C75 372 25.33 Stacey Dolan SW Individual76 385 25.39 Cormac Dolan SM Individual77 219 25.40 Sinead McMenamin SW Individual78 156 25.42 Brendan Martin SM Finn Valley A C79 173 25.43 Caolan McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C80 125 25.45 Alicia O’Donnell SW Finn Valley A C81 141 25.45 Leona Cronolly SW Individual82 52 25.49 Bernie McGuire SW Finn Valley A C83 108 25.49 Marion Murphy SW Individual84 136 25.50 Nichola McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C85 347 25.57 Bernie Peoples SW Individual86 346 25.58 Malachy Peoples SM Individual87 130 25.59 Raymond Doherty SM Finn Valley A C88 157 26.00 Bernie Martin SW Finn Valley A C89 53 26.01 Caroline Lynch SW Finn Valley A C90 310 26.03 Gaynor Hindley SM Individual91 224 26.03 Shauna McNulty SW Individual92 418 26.03 Gemma McSorley SW Individual93 227 26.05 Olivia Gillian SW Individual94 521 26.10 an other SM Individual95 60 26.21 Frankie Dolan SM Individual96 245 26.26 Chris McLaughlin SM Individual97 215 26.27 Pat Caterson SM Individual98 41 26.29 James Nash SM Finn Valley A C99 129 26.30 Gerardette McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C100 367 26.32 Fiona Baird SW Individual101 369 26.37 Lucy McMenamin SW Individual102 366 26.46 Emmett Harper SM Individual103 294 26.49 Susan McGoldrick SW Individual104 140 26.56 Margaret Doherty SW Finn Valley A C105 412 27.02 Ronan McHugh SM Individual106 483 27.02 Oisin Lynch SM Individual107 410 27.05 David McHugh SM Individual108 332 27.08 Seamus Gallagher SM Individual109 36 27.09 Emer McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C110 296 27.10 Claire Danley SW Individual111 312 27.11 Paul Maxwell SM Individual112 447 27.12 Irene McNulty SW Finn Valley A C113 144 27.14 Kevin Devlin SM Individual114 50 27.14 Barry Duffy SM Finn Valley A C115 355 27.15 Joseph Connolly SM Individual116 363 27.16 Clare Teague SW Individual117 24 27.17 Sinead Collins SW Finn Valley A C118 44 27.18 Sharon Duffy SW Finn Valley A C119 23 27.19 Deirdre Collins SW Finn Valley A C120 71 27.21 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C121 174 27.22 Siobhan McGlinchey SW Finn Valley A C122 196 27.27 Melanie Penrose SW Finn Valley A C123 51 27.39 Kevin McHugh SM Finn Valley A C124 204 27.46 Maria McHugh SW Finn Valley A C125 501 27.48 AN Other SW Individual126 243 27.50 Eamon McHugh SM Individual127 42 27.51 Denise Moss SW Finn Valley A C128 122 27.51 Aidy McGuire SM Finn Valley A C129 16 27.57 Aine Cleary SW Individual130 246 27.58 Susan Young SW Individual131 35 27.59 Colleen O Brien SW Finn Valley A C132 225 28.04 Paul Gallagher SM Individual133 323 28.05 Candice Cathers SW Individual134 40 28.07 Hugo McGuire SM Finn Valley A C135 292 28.11 Michaela Morris SW Individual136 291 28.11 Catherine Morris SW Individual137 364 28.14 Martin McHugh SM Individual138 228 28.14 Francessca Patton SW Individual139 362 28.16 Dolores McGlinchey SW Individual140 336 28.27 Marie McDaid SW Individual141 353 28.29 Margaret McConnell SW Individual142 326 28.41 Kellie Meehan SW Individual143 138 28.43 Winnie McNamara SW Finn Valley A C144 450 28.45 Ronnie McBride SM Individual145 123 28.47 Anne Marie Reynolds SW Individual146 226 28.47 Rosemary Monaghan SW Individual147 247 28.51 Aaron Moore SM Individual148 449 28.51 Lisa McGlynn SW Individual149 34 28.52 Marie Gallaher SW Finn Valley A C150 155 28.56 Sharon Carlin SW Individual151 39 28.58 Eithne Browne SW Finn Valley A C152 205 28.58 Paula O’Donnell SW Individual153 133 29.02 Fiona Colreavy SW Individual154 201 29.31 Sheena Sproule SW Finn Valley A C155 102 29.33 Gesilda Connolly Penrose SW Finn Valley A C156 316 29.38 Aaron McGlinchey SM Individual157 333 29.40 Kathleen O’Mahoney SW Individual158 20 29.44 Thomas McHale SM Individual159 121 29.54 Rosemary Boggs SW Lifford A C160 390 30.00 Alana Carlin SW Individual161 25 30.11 Siobhan Byrne SW Finn Valley A C162 526 30.11 an other SW Individual163 527 30.11 an other SM Individual164 550 30.11 an other SW Individual165 389 30.11 Nicola Kee SW Individual166 549 30.11 an other SM Individual167 147 30.26 Caroline Britton SW Finn Valley A C168 175 30.37 Karen Carlin SW Lifford A C169 280 30.44 Grainne McAlone SW Individual170 240 30.44 Claire Kerrigan SM Individual171 3 30.47 Kieran McHale SM Finn Valley A C172 99 31.10 Bridgeen Gallen SW Individual173 556 31.38 an other SW Individual174 555 31.39 an other SM Individual175 394 31.47 Deirdre Browne SW Finn Valley A C176 197 31.55 Donna Curran SW Individual177 218 31.55 Loretta McNulty SW Individual178 134 32.20 Helen Doherty SW Individual179 202 32.23 Martin Dolan SM Finn Valley A C180 115 32.26 Maria Devlin SW Finn Valley A C181 287 32.29 Padraic Dolan SM Individual182 298 32.36 Pat O’Loughlin SM Individual183 300 32.37 Shay Gallagher SM Individual184 203 32.56 Jacinta Dolan SW Finn Valley A C185 216 33.10 Pauline McGoldrick SW Individual186 62 33.12 Darra Dolan SM Individual187 468 33.26 Ben Harper SM Individual188 285 33.27 Chloe Britton SW Individual189 283 33.32 Pearse Goan SM Individual190 303 33.34 Nigel Connolly SM Individual191 401 33.45 Marcus O’Donnell SM Individual192 116 33.45 Martin Anderson SM Finn Valley A C193 214 33.52 John Gallen SM Individual194 5 33.55 Kieran Jordan SM Individual195 178 33.56 Martin McFadden SM Individual196 286 34.00 Garbhan Connolly SM Individual197 324 34.09 June Cathers SW Individual198 47 34.14 Betty Gallen SW Finn Valley A C199 46 34.14 Mary Penrose SW Finn Valley A C200 343 34.41 Manus Crampsie SM Individual201 342 34.50 Rose Crampsie SW Individual202 513 35.04 an other SM Individual203 45 35.20 Teresa Crawford SW Finn Valley A C204 22 35.21 Leanne Lynch SW Individual205 180 35.38 Joan Colhoun SW Lifford A C206 278 35.40 Alicia O’Donnell SW Individual207 96 35.58 Michelle McDaid SW Individual208 182 36.14 Erin Duffy SW Individual209 183 36.14 Charlie Mooney SM Individual210 186 36.20 Tommy Kelly SM Individual211 529 36.44 an other SM Individual212 528 36.49 an other SW Individual213 91 37.12 Roisin Moss SW Finn Valley A C214 313 37.26 Joleen McHugh SW Individual215 98 37.28 Marietta Dolan SW Finn Valley A C216 21 37.29 Michael McHale (JUN) SM Individual217 293 38.00 Eilish McMenamin SW Individual218 207 38.12 Barry McLaughlin SM Individual219 305 38.19 Charlotte Sweeney SW Individual220 304 38.20 Michelle Bradley SW Individual221 317 38.21 Anne Marie Meehan SW Individual222 187 38.34 Alice Kelly SW Individual223 339 38.52 Pat Gallen SM Individual224 399 39.38 Emma Lynch SW Finn Valley A C225 315 39.40 Mary McGlinchey SW Individual226 257 39.40 M Rose SM Individual227 406 39.40 Bronagh Gallen SW Individual228 264 39.40 C Cairns SM Individual229 258 39.40 D Rose SM Individual230 88 40.00 Michaela Griffin SW Individual231 75 40.04 Charlie Griffin SM Finn Valley A C232 334 40.04 Daniel O’Mahoney SM Individual233 335 40.21 Emma O’Mahoney SW Individual234 345 40.21 Delaney McGuire SW Individual235 299 40.22 Philomena O’Loughlin SW Individual236 344 40.22 Maelisa Crampsie SW Individual237 325 40.23 Annetta Coyle SW Individual238 381 40.44 Annette McMenamin SW Individual239 309 40.44 Geraldine Penrose SW Individual240 413 41.03 Sharon McHugh SW Individual241 319 41.03 Fiona Carlin SW Individual242 234 41.30 Angeline McMenamin SW Individual243 289 41.30 Cormac McManus SM Individual244 137 41.30 Edel McManus SW Finn Valley A C245 179 41.30 Joan McHugh SW Lifford A C246 520 41.49 an other SW Individual247 392 41.52 Clodagh Greene SW Individual248 554 41.56 an other SW Individual249 391 42.00 Ciara Carlin SW Individual250 448 42.00 Nicole McNulty SW Finn Valley A C251 81 42.10 Darren Dolan SM Finn Valley A C252 82 42.23 Kevin McLaughlin SM Individual253 415 42.26 Paul Sweeney SM Individual254 387 42.26 Tiernan Byrne SM Individual255 90 42.30 Louise Doherty SW Individual256 86 42.31 Pauline Griffin SW Finn Valley A C257 279 42.36 Mary McHugh SW Individual258 239 42.36 Deirdre McCrory SW Finn Valley A C259 541 42.57 an other SM Individual260 542 42.57 an other SW Individual261 256 42.57 L McCurdy SM Individual262 262 42.57 Jack Boggs SM Individual263 30 43.17 Michelle Moss SW Finn Valley A C264 510 43.17 an other SW Individual265 368 43.27 Seamus Hamilton SM Individual266 248 43.27 Sinead McHugh SW Individual267 420 43.54 Marion McGrath SW Individual268 404 43.54 Briege McNamee SW Individual269 416 43.54 Mary Devenney SW Individual270 417 44.03 Joanne Devenney SW Individual271 146 44.03 Kerrie McDaid SW Individual272 64 44.03 Aine Connolly SW Finn Valley A C273 407 44.10 Charlene Patton SW Individual274 328 44.10 Lucia Kelly SW Individual275 329 44.10 Mary Kelly SW Individual276 67 44.10 Patrica Byrne SW Finn Valley A C277 69 44.10 Colleen Griffin SW Finn Valley A C278 188 44.30 Conor Collins SM Individual279 469 44.30 Cain Harper SM Individual280 402 44.38 Cormac Devine SM Individual281 77 44.39 Michelle McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C282 80 44.40 Kirsty Dolan SW Finn Valley A C283 552 45.03 an other SW Individual284 551 45.03 an other SM Individual285 518 45.03 an other SW Individual286 517 45.03 an other SM Individual287 524 45.25 an other SW Individual288 110 45.25 Jackie Harvey SW Finn Valley A C289 109 45.25 Maeve McGrath SW Finn Valley A C290 58 45.25 Mathew Maxwell SM Individual291 284 45.25 Damien Goan SM Individual292 464 45.25 Bernie Hamilton SW Individual293 235 45.25 Helen McLaughlin SW Individual294 465 45.25 Mary Hamilton SW Individual295 153 45.40 Kathleen Anderson SW Finn Valley A C296 306 45.40 Betty Colton SW Individual297 403 45.40 Caroline Devine SW Individual298 330 45.40 Cathy Travers SW Individual299 152 45.40 Deirdre O’Shea Byrne SW Finn Valley A C300 395 46.00 Louis Browne SM Finn Valley A C301 396 46.00 Caoimhe Browne SW Finn Valley A C302 370 46.11 Caroline McHugh SW Individual303 371 46.11 Jonathan McHugh SM Individual304 373 46.11 Caoife McHugh SW Individual305 374 46.15 Ciaran 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modified: May 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:IN MEMORY OF GEMMA – RESULTS FROM THE GEMMA McHALE MEMORIAL 5Klast_img read more

Panthers’ stars get spot to shine

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded cardAnd neither of them were close to household names. So why not Wallace, the versatile defensive end who spells Julius Peppers and Mike Rucker and could be an important player if Peppers’ sore shoulder slows or sidelines him for Sunday’s NFL title matchup? “If I play 15 or 20 snaps a game,” Wallace said, “I want to make a game-changing play, whether it’s getting my hand on a fumble, making a sack or an interception – something to make a difference.” The Panthers (13-5) have gotten solid performances from their D-line in two road victories, particularly in their 23-0 rout of the Giants. They’ve also received strong play from the rest of the defense, including strong safety Marlon McCree. McCree, signed as a free agent and expected to be a backup, moved into the starting lineup when first- round draft pick Thomas Davis struggled in the season opener. Playing beside one of Carolina’s more recognizable defenders, free safety Mike Minter, McCree has been just as effective. Jerramy Stevens could be the one. Or Rocky Bernard. Maybe Al Wallace or Marlon McCree. Put him down as another possible surprise star, especially after his two interceptions off Eli Manning in the Meadowlands. “I have to pinch myself sometimes,” McCree said. “Now that I have that chance, I don’t want to take anything for granted. You have to remember, I was fifth on the depth chart, and I wasn’t even supposed to make this team. “To be in this position – to be starting and to be (one) game away from the Super Bowl – you can’t write a better story than that.” No? How about Bernard’s? Well, if his sore foot is healed. The defensive tackle ranked second on the team in sacks with 8!. He was second to Rod Coleman of Atlanta in the league among all interior linemen. Seattle led the NFL with 50 sacks. Bernard also had 52 tackles, making his fourth year his best in the NFL. He’s part of a four-man rotation featuring Chuck Darby, Marcus Tubbs and Craig Terrill that has far exceeded expectations. “Our inside game – all four of them – you kind of can’t separate any of them out of there because they all get about 25 snaps a game,” coach Mike Holmgren said. “They’ve been doing a nice job. They stay fresh and, for big guys inside, I think it’s a good way to do it, as long as the talent level there is close.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!center_img OK, pick up your lineups and check them out. Their names don’t jump off the page – or onto the front pages – very often. But conference title games don’t always come down to the stars. The New England Patriots certainly proved that in recent years, when a Tom Brady was complemented by a Kevin Faulk or a Patrick Pass. Dexter Jackson wins the Super Bowl MVP award for Tampa Bay, even though teammate Dwight Smith probably deserved it. last_img read more

Arrests rise to 13 over St Patrick’s Weekend

first_imgThe number of arrests across Donegal has risen to 13 over the St Patrick’s Weekend period.A total of 12 people were arrested for suspected drink-driving while another was arrested for driving while under the influence of cocaine. All of those charged are expected to appear before the local courts shortly.Garda Inspector Michael Harrison told Donegal Daily “We had a very busy weekend which also included a number of public order incidents.“So far a total of 13 arrests have been made.”The spate of arrests followed a disclosure by Inspector Harrison that the number of road offences across Donegal had risen sharply in the first two months of this year compared to the same period last year.Drink-driving, the non-wearing of seatbelts and the use of mobile phones while driving are all significantly up.Arrests rise to 13 over St Patrick’s Weekend was last modified: March 18th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:arrestsdonegalSt Patrick’s Daylast_img read more