BALLYARE 10k RESULTS: TONER WINS RACE AS TERESA BEATS ‘HUBBY’ TO TAKE SECOND!

first_imgThree’s a crowd! Winner Ivan is congratulated by Teresa and CiaranIVAN TONER was first home in the Ballyare 10k – one of Donegal’s toughest runs.But the big talking point at the finish line at Carr’s of the Diamond was the person who came second.Teresa McGloin took the runners-up spot…. just ahead of her fiance and future husband Ciaran Doherty. Friends say the couple are close – well tonight there was just three seconds between them.“He’ll claim he let me beat him, but that is of course not true,” laughed Teresa afterwards as she set a new women’s record for the course.Local man Patsy Hegarty’s 32-minute record for the course remains intact for another year.Patsy McGonagle may have missed the race due to other commitments in Moscow, but he would have been proud of Teresa and his Finn Valley runners. The Ballyare festival continues until Sunday.All the results – and more pictures are below:Ballyare 10k 2013 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 55 34.56 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C 2 17 35.01 Teresa Mc Gloin SW Finn Valley A C3 67 35.04 Ciaran Doherty SM Letterkenny A C4 18 35.54 Shane Mc Nulty SM Finn Valley A C5 70 35.56 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C 6 107 35.57 Adam Friel SM Letterkenny A C7 106 35.58 Conal Mc Cambridge JM North Belfast Harriers8 91 36.39 Ciaran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C9 59 37.06 Hugh Duffy SM Cranford A C10 41 37.40 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon11 6 37.51 Jude O’ Donnell M40+ Individual12 58 37.54 Pauric Breslin SM Individual13 49 38.25 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C14 74 38.26 Hugh Coll M40+ Individual15 23 38.37 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C16 109 38.45 Marcus Mc Clintock M40+ Letterkenny A C17 206 38.57 Joe Gallagher SM Individual18 215 38.58 Barry Coyle SM Individual19 93 39.06 Paul Murray SM Finn Valley A C20 86 39.09 Kenny O’ Donnell M40+ Finn Valley A C21 15 39.11 Mark Mc Paul JM Individual22 10 39.27 Kieran Callaghan SM Individual23 88 39.36 Dominic Bonner M50+ Finn Valley A C24 60 39.42 Tom Thompson M45+ Finn Valley A C25 112 40.35 Mark Daly M40+ Individual26 94 40.38 Damien Mc Goohen SM 24/7 Triathlon27 44 41.06 Damien Mc Bride SM Milford A C28 21 41.08 Callum Boyce SM Individual29 37 41.14 Paul Dillion SM Individual16 August Page 1 of 5 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club30 25 41.20 Raymond Mc Gahey M45+ Individual31 120 41.25 John Woriskey SM Individual32 210 41.26 Steve Sweeney M45+ Letterkenny A C33 124 41.49 Curley Coyle SM Individual34 56 41.56 Joe Hegarty M40+ Individual35 7 42.08 Nick Fowell M40+ 24/7 Triathlon36 102 42.10 Ciaran Gallagher SM Individual37 104 42.25 Brian Doherty SM Milford A C38 77 42.40 Mark Houston JM Individual39 115 42.43 Gerard Mc Gettigan M50+ Milford A C40 22 43.16 James Gibbons M50+ Milford A C41 90 43.22 Tony Gallagher M45+ Finn Valley A C42 30 43.47 Colin Mc Taggart SM Individual43 48 44.03 Adrian Gill SM Individual44 11 44.10 Joe Mc Carthy M50+ Foyle Valley45 100 44.13 Terry Mc Fadden SM Individual46 229 44.20 Siobhan Gallagher SW Letterkenny A C47 108 44.23 Brian Hegarty SM Individual48 31 44.29 Gerard Dorrian M45+ Individual49 73 44.33 Declan Mc Hugh SM Individual50 57 44.36 Adrian Mc Hugh SM Individual51 207 44.38 Dara Kelly SM Individual52 35 44.42 Mary Connolly SW Finn Valley A C53 84 44.45 Martin Anderson M45+ Finn Valley A C54 64 44.57 Martina Hegarrty SW Individual55 36 45.18 Garvan Patterson SM Individual56 122 45.19 Paul Lee M45+ Letterkenny A C57 213 45.29 Noel Kilpatrick SM Individual58 105 45.32 Paddy Mc Cambridge M50+ North Belfast Harriers59 114 45.54 Karl Crossan SM Individual60 209 46.05 Noel Lynch M45+ Letterkenny A C16 August Page 2 of 5 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club61 201 46.13 John Hegarty SM Individual62 81 46.16 Ciaran Burke SM Individual63 113 46.18 Paddy Gallagher M40+ Lifford A C64 103 46.30 Johnathon Scanlon SM Individual65 45 46.45 Emma Mc Gee SW Individual66 87 47.04 Cathal Roarty M45+ Letterkenny A C67 13 47.22 Margaret Reid W40+ Finn Valley A C68 69 47.39 Fin Begley W40+ Letterkenny A C69 40 47.41 James Doherty M60+ Milford A C70 4 47.44 Graham Sterrit SM Individual71 27 47.57 Seamus Cannon M50+ Individual72 79 48.04 Liam Mc Ginty M50+ Finn Valley A C73 34 48.04 Mary Hippsley W45+ Finn Valley A C74 24 48.07 Hugh O ‘Donnell M50+ Individual75 9 48.11 Patrick Mc Gettigan SM Individual76 216 48.11 Joe Coyle SM Individual77 156 48.13 Nikita Burke SW Individual78 28 48.13 Daniel Cullen SM Letterkenny A C79 208 48.14 Eugene Mc Ginty M45+ Individual80 14 48.27 Eamon O Boyle M45+ Individual81 46 48.57 Thomas Cullen SM Individual82 75 48.59 Gavin Mc Crossan SM Individual83 123 49.01 Ann Marie Canning SW Individual84 65 49.11 Marrian Kerr SW Letterkenny A C85 80 49.12 Gloria Donaghey W50+ Finn Valley A C86 117 49.45 Eimear Mc Cafferty SW Individual87 101 50.27 Catherine Regan SW Galway City Harriers88 97 50.44 Patricia Orsi W45+ Milford A C89 16 50.54 John Curran M50+ Individual90 92 51.00 Mairead Cullen SW Letterkenny A C91 76 51.11 John Pollock M50+ Individual16 August Page 3 of 5 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club92 96 51.14 David Doherty SM Individual93 204 51.16 Margaret Hannon W45+ Individual94 47 51.18 Johnny Callaghan SM Individual95 3 51.25 Aidan Brennan M40+ Individual96 157 51.39 Oisin Klelly SM Individual97 43 51.44 Graham Parker M40+ 24/7 Triathlon98 29 52.00 Noel Mc Bride M50+ Individual99 95 52.01 Barry Cox SM Individual100 1 52.20 Andy Stewart SM Letterkenny A C101 118 52.21 Sean O’ Donnell M50+ Individual102 12 52.24 James Whoriskey SM Individual103 203 52.35 Annette Sheely SW Milford A C104 53 52.38 Alister Hetterington M40+ Individual105 89 52.39 Mark Gildea SM Individual106 38 53.31 Jacqueline Barrett W45+ Individual107 63 53.35 Declan Friel M40+ Individual108 61 53.45 Jane Mc Gee W45+ Trim A.C.109 32 53.55 Aodhan Dorrian JM Individual110 2 54.24 Joe Mc Daid M40+ Individual111 42 54.24 Jimmy Gildea M60+ Letterkenny A C112 62 54.45 Alva Griffin JW Individual113 54 55.04 John Burke M40+ Individual114 214 55.11 Yvonne O’ Donnell SW Milford A C115 33 55.26 Gerry Hone M45+ Individual116 71 55.30 Declan Breslin M50+ Individual117 5 55.49 Stephan Roarty SM Individual118 116 56.21 Norman Irwin M40+ Individual119 110 57.20 Liz Gallagher SW Individual120 20 57.26 David Mc Elwaine M40+ Individual121 155 57.45 Clara Fisher SW Individual122 19 57.46 Josie Flanagan W45+ Milford A C16 August Page 4 of 5 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club123 78 57.58 Marie Ní Cheallachim W50+ Individual124 111 58.06 Donal Mc Bride SM Individual125 83 58.06 Roisin Mc Bride SW Individual126 125 58.14 Paul Mc Cahill M40+ Individual127 126 58.14 Brenda Mc Cahill W40+ Individual128 66 58.28 Joanne Kilmartin SW Individual129 39 58.42 Conor Ferguson SM Individual130 99 59.02 Mary Vanruiuen SW Individual131 205 59.09 Stephaine Walls SW Individual132 82 59.09 Sharon Durkan W45+ Milford A C133 121 60.15 Laura Harte SW Individual134 211 60.15 Kerry Ann Coyle SW Individual135 51 60.19 Tara Hegarty SW Finn Valley A C136 72 60.24 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C137 52 60.29 Sheral Hetterington W40+ Individual138 85 60.40 Ann Doherty W60 Milford A C139 212 61.10 Nadia Dunworth SW Individual140 68 61.14 Desmond Brownlie M60+ Lagan Valley141 202 62.22 Lisa Mc Monagle SW Individual142 26 63.19 Brenda O’ neill SW Individual143 98 63.42 Dorethy Mc Hugh SW Individual144 119 69.11 Jim Devine M60+ Individual145 50 70.04 Fionnulla Atkinson W45+ Individual146 8 72.57 Corina Catterson-Flynn SW IndividualTotal Runners: 146  BALLYARE 10k RESULTS: TONER WINS RACE AS TERESA BEATS ‘HUBBY’ TO TAKE SECOND! was last modified: August 17th, 2013 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 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We are going to the courts of law, says Onduparaka

first_imgFormer Onduparaka striker Mohammad Shaban. Courtesy photo.FOOTBALL–Following the FUFA Appeals committee ruling on Tuesday that former Onduparaka striker Shaban Muhammad is cleared to play for KCCA FC, his former club Onduparaka have assured the football fraternity that they will not rest until justice is served.The West Nile based club petitioned the ruling by the Players status committee in September which had given KCCA the green light to sign Shaban.Their petition was over looked by the Appeals committee earlier this week, a decission which has left Onduparaka levid.“Their is no difference between the Players Status Committee ruling and that of the Appeals Committee,” said Onduparaka CEO Anthony Afeti in an exclusive interview with PML Daily.Both acknowledge the fact that he (Shaban) was under contract with Onduparaka and the Appeals committee sights that he broke a running contract.“We don’t know where the ruling on Tuesday comes from and trust we are not resting untill justice is done,” Afeti said.“As Onduparaka, we are not going to avail anyone with our accounts so as the twenty two million which was stipulated in the ruling is paid to us because we believe the money is below the valuation of the player,” he added.It is believed that Vipers SC had bid Shs50 million for Shaban before he signed for KCCA FC in September.“What we also don’t understand is that if FUFA was doing this in the best of interest of all parties, why didn’t they let him go to Vipers who were offering more money,” Afeti said.“Our next move is to write to both CAF and FIFA about the situation and if we are not helped, we will have no other alternative but go to the courts of law,” he added.Shaban is currently training with KCCA FC who are all set to play him in their next league fixtures dispite their coach Mike Mutebi earlier suggesting that FUFA had misled his club and that they (KCCA) were willing to let the boy (Shaban) go back to Onduparaka FC if they are deemed to have done wrong in signing the player.It remains to be seen where Shaban Muhammad’s situation will go after this but clearly, Onduparaka are not going to let go of the player minus a fight.Commentslast_img read more

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Breaking down Warriors vs. Jazz: What are the champs in for in SLC?

first_imgTonight the Warriors will face their first road test of the young season, traveling to Salt Lake City to face the Jazz.Utah, led by Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert, was among the NBA’s best stories last season, winning 48 games and reaching the conference semis. Now, the Jazz, who were among the best home teams last season, will be ready for the champs.Here’s your pregame rundown…Time/TV: 7:30 ET/ESPN, NBCSBA Where: Vivint Smart Home ArenaTeam Records: Warriors (1-0) Utah Jazz …last_img

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Warriors use 10th starting lineup in unprecedented start to the season

first_imgNEW ORLEANS — In 14 games this season, the Warriors have used almost as many different starting lineups.With guard D’Angelo Russell the latest among a rash of injuries, the Warriors used their 10th unique starting lineup against the New Orleans Pelicans on Sunday. Guard Alec Burks will join Glenn Robinson III, rookie forward Eric Paschall, forward Draymond Green and center Willie Cauley-Stein.Last season, the Warriors used a total of 20 different starting lineups, putting into context the …last_img

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SA’s first grid-connected solar PV plant

first_img16 September 2013 Norway-based Scatec Solar announced on Monday that it had completed its 75-megawatt solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant in Kalkbult in the Northern Cape three months ahead of schedule, making it first project under South Africa’s renewable energy programme for private producers to be grid connected and operational. Scatec Solar was one of 28 independent power producers that signed contracts with the government late last year, in the first round of a programme that will see an initial 1 400 megawatts (MW) of renewable energy being added to South Africa’s energy mix, while bringing an estimated R47-billion in new investment into the country. The Department of Energy aims to bring 17 800 MW from renewable sources online by 2030. Scatec Solar has been awarded three projects with total capacity of 190 MW under the government’s programme. Construction of its next two projects, located in the Northern and Eastern Cape, has started and completion is expected by the middle of next year. The completed Kalkbult plant consists of more than 312 000 solar panels mounted on 156 kilometres of substructure, inverters, transformers and a sub-station. Kalkbult’s electricity will be sold to state company Eskom through a 20-year purchase agreement. According to Scatec Solar, the annual production of 135-million kWh will cover the electricity demand of 33 000 households, while reducing the country’s carbon dioxide emissions by almost 115 000 tons per year. “The South African authorities are committed to implementing an ambitious renewable energy programme, and we find great satisfaction in being able to contribute to its success through our own projects, which we have actively been developing in South Africa over the last four years,” Scatec Solar CEO Raymond Carlsen said in a statement on Monday. “This country boasts some of the best conditions for solar power in the world, and the annual output of 135-million kWh produced at the Kalkbult plant will benefit both the region and the local community in which we operate.” SAinfo reporterlast_img read more

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Falcons become butt of the joke after Super Bowl collapse

first_imgJustin Hardy #16, and Matt Ryan #2 celebrate with Tevin Coleman #26 of the Atlanta Falcons after he scored a touchdown on a 82 yard interception against the New England Patriots during Super Bowl 51 at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. / AFP PHOTO / Timothy A. CLARYFLOWERY BRANCH, Georgia — Hey, did you hear the one about Choking Awareness Day?It’s held on 3-28.ADVERTISEMENT Atlanta coach Dan Quinn has pushed his team to look forward, not backward.He keeps insisting there will be no hangover from the devastating loss.“When we came back, I knew there was going to be questions like, ‘OK, how much more work do we have to do to talk about last year?’” Quinn said. “I got my answer pretty early in training camp when I saw us go for it in the biggest way.”But he understands that plenty of Atlanta fans are a bit sensitive to all the barbs.“I love our fans,” Quinn said. “For them to get (ticked off) about it, that’s cool with me.”That means you, Peyton Manning, who got in on the act at the ESPY Awards.“I believe in the Falcons. I believe in (MVP quarterback) Matt Ryan and Dan Quinn, and I know in my heart the Falcons will be back,” the former NFL great said, setting up his zinger. “I wanted the Falcons to hear that from me now, at the beginning of the show, because they’re going to stop paying attention three-quarters of the way in.”Even two other NFC South rivals, teams the Falcons will face twice this season, couldn’t resist the chance to pile on.On March 28 — yep, 3-28 — the Carolina Panthers tweeted a picture of four players. But only two were tagged: No. 3 (Derek Anderson) and No. 28 (Johnathan Stewart). Clearly, that was no coincidence, which became apparent when the tweet was quietly deleted a few hours later.A couple of months later, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sent out a seemingly innocuous tweet pitching their team-logo fidget spinners. When the Falcons’ account chimed in with a GIF of cornerback Desmond Trufant asking if the Bucs were “nervous about something,” the Bucs quickly responded by tweeting a picture of cornerback Vernon Hargreaves (No. 28) celebrating with quarterback Jameis Winston (No. 3). View comments Lots and lots of jokes.Even now, as Atlanta prepares to open the season Sunday with a road game against the Chicago Bears, there’s no sign of the jabs letting up.Just last weekend, when Texas A&M squandered a 34-point lead in the second half and lost 45-44 to UCLA, a Lou Holtz parody account on Twitter claimed the Aggies were unveiling a new logo. Naturally, it was the Falcons’ distinctive emblem.In New Orleans, home of the Falcons’ biggest rival, the Dirty Coast shop on Magazine Street has been offering T-shirts with a scoreboard-like design “28-3, 3rd, 2:12” — when Atlanta was still up by 25. As if that wasn’t enough to bring a smile to Saints’ fans, the store also has been raising money to put up a billboard with the same design outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Falcons’ new stadium.“I don’t pay attention to that,” Atlanta linebacker Deion Jones said with a shrug. “It happened. We can’t go back and change it. So, I mean, you lick your wounds a little bit, then you have to get on with your life.”ADVERTISEMENT E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad  Isaiah Thomas on trade to Cavaliers: ‘It still hurts’ MOST READ UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding LATEST STORIES Read Next LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Tampa Bay coach Dirk Koetter, a former Falcons’ offensive coordinator, wound up apologizing for that little back-and-forth.No need, said Falcons safety Ricardo Allen.This team can take it.“It does nothing for us,” he said Wednesday. “This world is so lost in staying in the past… Yes, we lost that game. They won that game. That’s last year. This is a new year. This team, we have the mindset of next-play mentality.“If you have a bad play, OK, next play. They’re going to make plays. Bad game? Next game.”Ryan, in a way, addressed the issue head-on by taking part in a Gatorade television commercial that featured, among others, Michael Jordan and Serena Williams talking about their biggest disappointments. Titled “The Secret to Victory,” it ends with a recreation of the Falcons quarterback dejectedly leaving the field after the Super Bowl, a voiceover describing his “utter disbelief,” before he stares into the camera and says one word.Defeat.Then it shows Ryan getting back to work, throwing one pass after another on the practice field, ending with the mantra, “Make Defeat Your Fuel.”“It’s about moving forward,” Ryan said. “To me, that’s what made sense. You learn from all these things throughout your life. Different things happen to you along the way. You learn from them and try to use them as motivation.”And the jokes? Is he using those as motivation? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Höegh LNG Names Its Tenth FSRU

first_imgHöegh LNG, a Norwegian owner and operator of floating LNG import terminals, has named its tenth floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU), Höegh Galleon.The naming ceremony for HN2220 was held at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard in South Korea on June 26, 2019.On the occasion, Höegh LNG welcomed Kylie Hargreaves as a sponsor. Hargreaves is Head of Government and Stakeholder Relations for Australian Industrial Energy (AIE) and works with the Port Kembla LNG import project in Australia where Höegh LNG has been selected as the FSRU provider. Under the exclusivity agreement reached last year, AIE has the right to lease one of Höegh LNG’s 300-meter-long 170,000 cbm FSRUs.As informed, the 170,000 dwt FSRU LNG newbuild is scheduled for delivery in August this year. The Marshall Islands-flagged Höegh Galleon features a length of 297.5 meters and a width of 43.4 meters.Last year, Höegh LNG received commitments for sale and leaseback financing of up to USD 206 million for Höegh Galleon. The facility is provided by CCB Financial Leasing (CCBFL), a wholly owned subsidiary of China Construction Bank (CCB).In 2018, Höegh LNG took delivery of two FSRU newbuilds, Höegh Esperanza and Höegh Gannet. Combined with the nine FSRUs already in operation and following the delivery of the company’s tenth FSRU, Höegh LNG will have a fleet of 10 FSRUs as well as two LNG carriers.World Maritime News Stafflast_img read more

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