– hunt still on for prime suspectPolice F Division Commander, Kevin AdonisThe hunt is still on for the main suspect in the murder of truck driver Nicolas Perion Bobb, who was shot and killed on Sunday last in the Kuribrong Trail, Potaro River.Two men are presently in Police custody, one of whom is the miner alleging that he escaped from the perpetrators after they had “abducted” him. However, his ‘tale’ is yet to be confirmed.According to Commander of “F” Division (Interior locations), Kevin Adonis, the statements given by the miner are “conflicting”, and therefore he is still being investigated in relation to murder.“His story varies a lot, it is not consistent. But he is in custody, we have him in custody. So, as for him and the abduction, we still want to know if he was part of this murder or not,” Adonis has said.The Police Commander emphasised that while the Guyana Police Force (GPF) is hunting for the main suspect in the shooting/murder, and two men are in custody, there may be others involved.“Yes, we are looking for that one person; but based on information we are receiving, there are other persons who are said to have been there. Apparently there were a few of them (men) there, and they were together when the crime(s) occurred, from what we are being told,” Adonis has said.In relation to the main suspect, the GPF will soon issue a wanted bulletin for his arrest.“We did not get him as yet…as it is, robbery was not the motive… This guy is an owner of a mining camp, so when we went there yesterday (Wednesday), he was not there, but we know he is from Vreed-en-Hoop on the WCD,” Adonis disclosed.Reports are that the dead truck driver, who hailed from Carabese Hill in Bartica, was shot in the stomach by a group of men.Police had initially said that the killers had abducted another man who was in Bobb’s truck and reportedly saw when the driver was shot. However, the man managed to escape and was said to have been assisting law enforcement officers with their investigation.The slain truck driver, Nicolas Bobb
A Linden mother is pleading for the safe return of her 15-year-old daughter who went missing since last Thursday. The Wisburg Secondary School student, Michelle Pierre, left home to attend the school sports and was not seen since.Missing: Anikha HarriHer mother, Anikha Harris, is in shock and is worried that something bad might have happened since the teenager would not run away from home.“She was wearing her school uniform skirt, a white T-shirt with the image of a tree, black and white adidas slippers and a pink and white sock. That’s what she left to go to sports with…” Pierre noted.The family has since filed a missing person’s report at the Mackenzie Police station headquarters in Linden. Police are expected to visit the school in a bid to ascertain her whereabouts. Meanwhile, the mother continues to plead with anyone with information on the missing teen to contact her or Police.“Where ever she is, I wish for her to come home because I don’t know where she can be and if she is being held against her will, whoever have her or if she is there willingly, I am asking her to return”, the mother pleaded.Anyone with information on the whereabouts of missing teen Anikha Harris is asked to contact her mother on telephone number 652-8220 or the Mackenzie Police Station on 444-3512 or 444-3297 or report to the nearest Police station.
Xherdan Shaqiri in action for Switzerland 1 Besiktas have lodged an enquiry to Stoke over the availability of playmaker Xherdan Shaqiri.The Turkish champions believe the lure of Champions League football next year could tempt the midfielder into a move, although they will be unlikely to match his current salary.With Gokhan Tore set to move to West Ham, Besiktas are already on the lookout for a replacement and, according to Fotomac, they view the Switzerland international as the ideal man to fill the void.Stoke, however, are unlikely to co-operate in any negotiations for Shaqiri after splashing out £12m on him last summer.The 24-year-old made a positive start to his Premier League career, making 27 starts and scoring three goals for the Midlands club.
PALMDALE – Palmdale Water District customers’ bills will go up an average 12 percent starting this month as officials hike rates to pay for more expensive treatment processes needed to meet stiffening health standards. Rates are going up 7 percent on the basic monthly charge, and up 14 percent on water used beyond that amount, officials said. “The rationale was that people who are really trying to stay under the minimum are going to have a smaller increase,” general manager Dennis LaMoreaux said. The new rates will increase the typical charge for a home using 22,500 gallons a month to $44.84, up from $40.08 last year, officials said. Taking inflation into account, the price is about the same as in 1992. The district supplied its customers almost 7.9 billion gallons of water in 2004 and is gaining about 500 new homes a year. The district is in the midst of a $40 million upgrade to its treatment plant to reduce the level of substances called trihalomethanes, a byproduct of chlorine used for disinfection interacting with organic material in California Aqueduct water. The upgrade will increase water treatment costs $1.5 million a year, LaMoreaux said. Trihalomethanes have been linked to bladder cancer and reproductive harm in laboratory animals, as well as to a birth defect called spina bifida and to miscarriages. Charles F. Bostwick, (661) 267-5742 email@example.comWant 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 MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Rates are also changing for customers who live at higher elevations south of Avenue S, where pumping the water uphill costs more in electricity. Those extra charges are going up in two areas and down in a third, as a result of recalculated expenses, lowering the typical monthly charge for the highest elevation from $77.83 to $76.34. In a vote last week, the water board also decided to raise rates 2.5 percent across the board annually for the next four years. The last raise was 1.5 percent in November 2004, which was the last of an annual series of 1.5 percent raises enacted in 2000. Last week’s action continues the five-tier “increasing block” rate structure adopted in 2000: Water costs increase as useage increases, plus the extra charges for customers at higher elevations. The Palmdale Water District serves about 25,000 homes and businesses – about 95,000 people – and covers mostly central and eastern Palmdale, from the Antelope Valley Freeway eastward south of Avenue P. About one-third of the customers are at the higher-elevation areas, which contain much vacant land.
Almost 300 runners took part in the Convoy Running Club’s 5k last night.The race was won in fine style by Finn Valley’s Pauric McLaughlin followed closely by Gavin Crawford from the Letterkenny 24/7 triathlon club.The following is a list of runners and their times. Overall Bib Name M/F Cat Cat Rank Club Time1 252 Pauric Mclaughin M SM 1 Finn Valley 00:16:092 113 Gavin Crawford M SM 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:16:373 131 ANTHONY DOTHERY M SM 3 00:17:00 4 182 Gareth Kerrigan M SM 4 milford 00:17:225 79 Seamus O Donnell M M40 1 Convoy AC 00:17:476 281 Brian Mccrea M SM 5 Finn Valley 00:17:487 214 Stefan Mccrossan M JM 1 Letterkenny AC 00:17:538 78 Liam Murray M SM 6 Individual 00:17:57 9 74 Bryan McNamee M JM 2 Finn Valley 00:17:5910 441 Enda Mcbride M JM 3 Letterkenny AC 00:18:0111 116 Paul Dillon M SM 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0112 48 Mark Hunter M SM 8 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:03 13 125 John Daly M M40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0514 208 Martin Deviney M SM 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1015 114 Aidan Callaghan M SM 10 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1216 472 Micheal Duffy M SM 11 cranford 00:18:1417 2 Warren Blackburn M SM 12 Convoy AC 00:18:1518 112 Ben George M SM 13 Letterkenny AC 00:18:3519 59 Conor Mc Laughlin M SM 14 Lifford AC 00:18:3620 440 Ryan Stacey M JM 4 Finn Valley 00:18:4921 17 Kevin Connolly M M40 3 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:5122 103 Aaron Cole M M40 4 Individual 00:18:5923 49 John Taylor M M50 1 Individual 00:19:0224 232 Paul Mcgettigan M SM 15 milford 00:19:0425 25 Clint Doherty M SM 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1026 132 PAUL LYNCH M SM 17 00:19:1027 211 Brian Ward M M40 5 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1228 449 Adrian Gill M SM 18 00:19:1329 263 Sean Crossan M M40 6 Finn Valley 00:19:1630 243 Mark Connolly M M50 2 Finn Valley 00:19:1831 282 Alan Mccrea M SM 19 00:19:1932 270 Marty Mccabe M SM 20 00:19:2133 284 Kevin Mcberity M SM 21 00:19:2834 277 Seanmus Nallen M SM 22 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3235 221 Paul Gildea M SM 23 00:19:3336 471 Garlth Duffy M M40 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3837 106 Martin Anderson M M40 8 Finn Valley AC 00:19:4438 104 Barry Mackey M M50 3 Letterkenny AC 00:19:4639 226 John Cannon M M50 4 tirconnell 00:20:0140 177 Charle Gildea M SM 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:0241 279 Denis Bonnar M M40 9 rosses 00:20:1342 110 Alan Catterson M M40 10 Finn Valley AC 00:20:1443 67 Adrain McHugh M M40 11 Individual 00:20:1544 29 Trevor Doherty M SM 25 Individual 00:20:1545 204 GARETH MCCARRON M SM 26 00:20:1946 350 John Mccarron M M40 12 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:2447 436 Dickie Walter M SM 27 00:20:2848 136 TOMMY HILL M M50 5 00:20:2949 107 Sean O’ Leary M M50 6 Finn Valley AC 00:20:3050 152 Richi Duncan M M40 13 Castlefinn Running 00:20:3151 142 EAMON CONNOLY M SM 28 00:20:3452 42 Gavin Harris M M40 14 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:3553 12 Eimear Gallen W F40 1 Finn Valley 00:20:3654 124 Kevin Mcmeniana M SM 29 Lifford AC 00:20:4055 117 Liam Cleary M M40 15 Lifford AC 00:20:4456 203 PHILIP KELLY M SM 30 00:20:4457 186 Clare Keenan W SW 1 Finn Valley AC 00:20:4758 454 John Reid M JM 5 Finn Valley 00:20:5059 40 Kevin Greenan M M50 7 Individual 00:20:5060 473 Sammy Johnston M M40 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5561 477 Oran Odonnell M JM 6 Castlefinn Running 00:20:5662 457 Stephnen Sweeney M M40 17 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5763 249 Michael Duncan M M50 8 Lifford AC 00:20:5864 46 Iggy Houston M M40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:0265 264 Sabrina Mackey W F40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:0666 453 Michael Mcmenanin M M40 19 Finn Valley 00:21:0667 66 Liam McGuire M M40 20 Lifford AC 00:21:0668 253 John Criag M JM 7 Lifford AC 00:21:0869 83 Leoni Mullen W SW 2 Lifford AC 00:21:1070 54 Mark Mailey M SM 31 Convoy AC 00:21:1171 153 Adrian Devine M SM 32 Castlefinn Running 00:21:1772 213 Gabrill Mccrossan M M50 9 Letterkenny AC 00:21:1973 435 Noel Mccormac M M40 21 00:21:2274 97 Niall Barnes M SM 33 Individual 00:21:2275 128 Ciaran melhinney M SM 34 00:21:2276 77 Joe McNulty M M40 22 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:2477 154 Shane Deery M SM 35 Castlefinn Running 00:21:2478 462 Gerard Mcconnell M SM 36 00:21:2679 135 Ciaran QUIGLEY W SW 3 00:21:2780 223 Chris Ashmore M M40 23 00:21:2981 99 Andrew Doherty M SM 37 Individual 00:21:2982 262 Adain Mcfadden M SM 38 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:3083 231 Brendan Patton M M50 10 Finn Valley 00:21:3284 93 Ronan O’ Donnell M JM 8 Individual 00:21:3585 238 James Crossan M SM 39 00:21:3586 95 Fergus Carson M JM 9 Individual 00:21:3687 126 Paddy Tourish M M50 11 Lifford AC 00:21:3888 271 Oghan Mcgill M SM 40 KCR 00:21:4089 119 Brian Boyce M SM 41 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:4190 478 Sabrina Mcgrindder W JW 1 Lifford AC 00:21:4991 176 Cathal Mcbride M SM 42 Convoy AC 00:21:5392 151 Fintan Hagan M M40 24 Castlefinn Running 00:21:5493 476 Jenette Odonnell W SW 4 Finn Valley 00:21:5994 225 John Mcelwaine M SM 43 Lifford AC 00:21:5995 94 Rodger O’ Connor M JM 10 Individual 00:22:0496 109 Andrew Leyton M M40 25 Individual 00:22:0597 138 AMANDA MONAGHAN W F40 3 00:22:0998 65 Eugene McGinley M M40 26 Raphoe Road Runners 00:22:1299 185 Michelle Hunter W SW 5 Finn Valley AC 00:22:13100 31 Rachel Friel W SW 6 Lifford AC 00:22:18101 464 Shane Odonnell M M50 12 Lifford AC 00:22:18102 92 Aidrain O’ Donnell M M40 27 Individual 00:22:26103 202 LIAM HARTE M M50 13 00:22:29104 241 Patrick Mcdaid M M40 28 Lifford AC 00:22:31105 251 Paul Mcnamee M M40 29 Lifford AC 00:22:35106 466 Eugen Mcginley M M40 30 00:22:36107 36 Joe Gallen M M50 14 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:37108 244 Ann Marie Dalton W SW 7 Finn Valley 00:22:38109 470 Howard Roddie M M50 15 00:22:38110 258 Liam Mcmullan M M40 31 Convoy AC 00:22:40111 140 JACKIE TIMONY W SW 8 00:22:45112 438 Willy Breen M SM 44 Convoy AC 00:22:52113 3 Caroline McGuire W F40 4 Finn Valley 00:22:53114 89 Don Smith M M50 16 Convoy AC 00:22:54115 87 Michael Roulston M M60 1 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:57116 102 Abby O’ Connor W JW 2 Individual 00:23:04117 200 PAT BURNE M M50 17 00:23:06118 10 Sarah Doherty W SW 9 Convoy AC 00:23:08119 69 Lindsey Toner W SW 10 Individual 00:23:12120 86 Darren Reid M M40 32 Lifford AC 00:23:23121 123 Liam Daly M M50 18 Lifford AC 00:23:27122 167 Amanda Mcbrearty W SW 11 Castlefinn Running 00:23:29123 118 Noel Mcnulty M M50 25 Lifford AC 00:23:33124 184 Glorii Donaghy W F50 1 Finn Valley 00:23:39125 257 Brendan Mcelhinney M SM 45 Convoy AC 00:23:41126 127 Diamem Murphy M SM 46 00:23:45127 57 Brendan Martin M SM 47 KCR 00:23:47128 245 Franessa Patton W SW 12 Convoy AC 00:23:49129 437 Dianne Stewart W SW 13 00:23:50130 228 Gerard Baxter M SM 48 00:23:52131 448 Larid Mckinley M SM 49 00:23:57132 129 MARTIN LANGAN M SM 50 00:24:00133 206 ROBERT MITCHEL M SM 51 00:24:03134 256 Nail Mcglinchey M M40 33 lifford 00:24:06135 160 Lisa Mcglynn W SW 14 Castlefinn Running 00:24:11136 50 Kevin Kelly M SM 52 Convoy AC 00:24:17137 80 Barry O’Donnell M SM 53 Convoy AC 00:24:20138 465 Johnathan Wilson M SM 54 00:24:22139 173 Richacl Bell W SW 15 Raphoe Road Runners 00:24:24140 250 Rhonda Porter W SW 16 Lifford AC 00:24:24141 150 Eamon Mcconnell M SM 55 Castlefinn Running 00:24:24142 278 Sinead Mcmenmnin W SW 17 Castlefinn Running 00:24:27143 14 Philip Connolly M M60 2 Letterkenny AC 00:24:30144 269 Eamon Porter M SM 56 00:24:31145 161 Joe Oleary M M40 34 Castlefinn Running 00:24:35146 27 Roisin McGinley W F40 5 Lifford AC 00:24:40147 458 Noelle Duffy W SW 18 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:24:47148 105 Josephine Donaghey W SW 19 Individual 00:24:58149 242 Damien Cauldwell M M40 35 Lifford AC 00:24:59150 5 Melaine Sweeney W SW 20 Castlefinn Running 00:25:01151 73 Paula Donaghy W SW 21 Convoy AC 00:25:02152 121 Tommy Mchugh M M50 19 Lifford AC 00:25:03153 60 Emma Bates W SW 22 Convoy AC 00:25:04154 139 CHRISTINE MCNULTY W F40 6 00:25:06155 444 Eamon Oregan M SM 57 00:25:10156 246 Oliva Gillen W SW 23 Convoy AC 00:25:11157 442 Martina Mcdaid W SW 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:25:13158 34 Keith French M SM 58 Convoy AC 00:25:13159 193 Mark Gildea M SM 59 00:25:13160 229 Tina Mchugh W SW 25 00:25:14161 62 Lauren Taylor W JW 3 Finn Valley 00:25:24162 7 Dee Griffin W F40 7 Convoy AC 00:25:25163 181 Elaine Mcgoldrick W SW 26 Castlefinn Running 00:25:27164 222 Marjan Bangert W F60 1 00:25:29165 32 Audrey Friel W F40 8 Lifford AC 00:25:32166 201 BILLY BRODERICK M M50 20 00:25:34167 254 John Criag M SM 60 Lifford AC 00:25:41168 469 Corine Duffy W SW 27 00:25:42169 274 Rajesh Mehan M SM 61 Raphoe Road Runners 00:25:42170 47 Bernie Martin W F50 2 KCR 00:25:45171 205 MARY MARTIN W F60 2 00:25:52172 447 Veronica Patton W SW 28 00:25:57173 260 Daniel Mullan M JM 11 00:25:59174 9 Mary Doherty W SW 29 Convoy AC 00:26:00175 227 Lissa Kilpatrick W SW 30 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:02176 275 Magan Quinn W SW 31 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:04177 101 Niamh Mc Clennan W JW 4 Individual 00:26:05178 461 Emmett Scott M SM 62 00:26:19179 273 Terencew Quinn M M50 21 00:26:26180 64 Declan McCallion M M40 36 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:34181 192 Annakla Gibson W JW 5 Convoy AC 00:26:36182 191 Shona Mollony W F40 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:26:37183 19 Eileen Crawford W SW 32 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38184 20 Stephen Crawford M SM 63 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38185 230 Linda Macbeth W SW 33 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:40186 90 Shauna Coyle W SW 34 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:42187 450 Bianca Crossan W SW 35 00:26:43188 143 CIARAN MCHALE M SM 64 00:26:46189 71 Rosemary Parkinson W F40 10 Convoy AC 00:26:55190 130 EAMON LANGAN M JM 12 00:26:56191 220 Debroha Carrigan W SW 36 00:26:56192 236 Joe Gavin M M40 37 Lifford AC 00:27:00193 147 SONYA GAVIN W SW 37 00:27:00194 280 Lorraine Mcgrinder W F40 11 Lifford AC 00:27:01195 475 Odonnell W F40 12 00:27:05196 474 Kenny Odonnell M M40 38 Finn Valley 00:27:05197 76 Sinead O’Connor W SW 38 Lifford AC 00:27:12198 85 Kayleigh Smith W SW 39 Convoy AC 00:27:13199 172 Lisa Mcglinchey W SW 40 Castlefinn Running 00:27:18200 13 Denise Moss W F40 13 Aghyaran Runners 00:27:28201 261 Gavin Mcdaid M JM 13 00:27:30202 209 Joe Breslin M M60 3 Lifford AC 00:27:40203 148 GABRIL CLARKE M M50 22 00:27:41204 259 Marie Boyle W SW 41 Convoy AC 00:27:41205 141 ELAINE MCGINLEY W F40 14 00:27:43206 445 Elaine Park W SW 42 00:27:45207 234 Yvonne Cairns W F40 15 Lifford AC 00:27:49208 137 BENNY SWEENEY M M40 39 00:27:52209 272 Hazel Long W SW 43 Raphoe Road Runners 00:28:00210 26 Lavinia Culderbanks W SW 44 Convoy AC 00:28:04211 455 Rosmary Monaghan W SW 45 00:28:04212 210 Liam Kelly M SM 65 00:28:06213 82 Caroline Crawford W SW 46 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:10214 240 Loreta Mcnulty W SW 47 Castlefinn Running 00:28:20215 166 Ann Marie Ohagan W SW 48 Castlefinn Running 00:28:23216 207 Mary Curran W SW 49 Lifford AC 00:28:33217 168 Louise Goudie W SW 50 Castlefinn Running 00:28:35218 96 Brandon Mc Anney M JM 14 Individual 00:28:36219 266 Grainne Mcelhinney W SW 51 00:28:36220 98 Amy Boyle W JW 6 Individual 00:28:43221 188 Caroline Mccrouddy W F40 16 Lifford AC 00:28:45222 451 Marie Bonnar W F40 17 00:28:48223 4 Grainne Rice W F40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:55224 224 Clemant Clarke M M50 23 Lifford AC 00:29:01225 8 Dolina Laird W SW 52 Convoy AC 00:29:11226 190 Paul Cullen M SM 66 00:29:14227 247 Claudia Gillen W JW 7 00:29:16228 248 Erin Gillen W JW 8 Convoy AC 00:29:17229 72 Angeleine Driver W F50 3 Individual 00:29:39230 239 Carina Peterson W SW 53 Castlefinn Running 00:29:43231 237 Tresa Mathewson W SW 54 Castlefinn Running 00:29:44232 158 Loretta Mcnulty W SW 55 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51233 439 Ronnie Mcbride M SM 67 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51234 463 Mary Odonnell W F40 19 00:29:55235 267 Francise Spencer W SW 56 00:29:59236 217 Julie Ronahan W SW 57 Convoy AC 00:30:11237 183 Rozw Nelis W SW 58 Raphoe Road Runners 00:30:11238 212 Dianne Arbuckle W F40 20 Lifford AC 00:30:19239 6 Emma Connaghan W SW 59 Castlefinn Running 00:30:24240 468 Cora Gallagher W JW 9 kcr 00:30:29241 467 Mary Gallagher W SW 60 kcr 00:30:30242 23 Grainne Greene W SW 61 Convoy AC 00:30:39243 52 Charlotte Irwin W SW 62 Convoy AC 00:31:10244 24 Emma Mungur W SW 63 Convoy AC 00:31:10245 18 Karen Gallen W JW 10 Individual 00:31:57246 180 Andrea Mccaallion W SW 64 youth reach 00:32:09247 452 Colett Ward W F40 21 00:32:26248 233 Mairead Brown W F40 22 Lifford AC 00:32:27249 187 Noeleen Mccurddy W SW 65 Lifford AC 00:32:28250 43 Laura Harron W SW 66 Convoy AC 00:32:32251 122 Joan Culhoon W F50 4 Lifford AC 00:32:33252 149 KATE MULLAN W F40 23 00:32:33253 146 LAUREN LYNCH W SW 67 00:32:45254 145 ANN LYNCH W F50 5 00:32:46255 255 Iggy Mcguie M M50 24 Lifford AC 00:33:17256 235 Ann Donnell W F40 24 Lifford AC 00:33:20257 30 Julie Cole W SW 68 Convoy AC 00:33:24258 443 Effa Gallahger W SW 69 00:33:25259 481 Kathren Mailey W SW 70 Convoy AC 00:33:39260 84 Alanna O’Leary W SW 71 Individual 00:33:57261 268 Kathleen Oleary W F60 3 00:33:58262 111 Caroline Catterson W F40 25 CKR 00:34:13263 215 Denise Ferguson W SW 72 00:34:14264 456 Tresa Brown W SW 73 00:34:15265 81 Oran Taylor M JM 15 Individual 00:34:24266 156 Eugenie Bolye M M40 40 Castlefinn Running 00:35:06267 144 CHARLENE BOYLE W SW 74 00:35:07268 171 Maud Boyle W SW 75 Castlefinn Running 00:35:08269 75 Aoibhinn Kerrigan W JW 11 Lifford AC 00:35:13270 55 Roisin Kerrigan W SW 76 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:35:18271 37 Clodagh Harris W SW 77 Convoy AC 00:35:34272 88 Louise Arthur W F40 26 Individual 00:35:40273 174 Christine Mccormac W SW 78 00:35:48274 108 Diane Heatherington W SW 79 Convoy AC 00:35:56275 179 Rachal Moore W SW 80 youth reach 00:35:56276 479 Corine Kee W SW 81 killgordon 00:36:35277 133 WESLEY MCCLEAN M SM 68 00:36:51278 169 Louise Ferry W SW 82 Castlefinn Running 00:37:13279 175 Annita Reynolds W SW 83 00:37:28280 170 Marie Lynch W SW 84 Castlefinn Running 00:37:32281 100 Alex Parke M JM 16 Convoy AC 00:37:49282 134 BETTY BURNS W F60 4 00:38:02283 283 Wendy Toland W F40 27 00:38:11284 189 Francis Patton W F40 28 Convoy AC 00:39:00285 480 Darren Mailey M SM 69 Convoy AC 00:40:13286 219 Iris Carrigan W F40 29 00:40:36287 120 Joan Mchugh W F50 6 Lifford AC 00:42:27288 446 Celine Furey W SW 85 00:42:47289 265 Clare Mcdermot W SW 86 00:46:38290 216 Emma Mclaughlin W SW 87 Convoy AC 00:47:49291 218 Lissel Toner W SW 88 Convoy AC 00:47:52292 63 Anne Taylor W SW 89 Individual 00:47:52293 1 Mandy Woods W SW 90 Convoy AC 00:48:18294 460 Madden W SW 91 killgordon 00:50:25295 459 Neil Madden M SM 70 killgordon 00:50:26THE CONVOY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 18th, 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)Tags:Convoy 5KdonegalResults
The winner of Ireland’s Young Carer of the year for 2014 has strong Donegal connections.Brave Jamie Money, 17, won the award for the care he has provided for his mother since he was a young child.Jamie’s father and grandmother hail from the Bloody Foreland region in Donegal. His family in Donegal are overwhelmingly proud and are delighted his care has finally received the recognition it deserves.What makes Jamie’s achievements all the more remarkable is the fact that he’s continued to look after his mother despite being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma earlier this year.Jamies is undergoing intense chemotherapy at the moment and his treatment will end just before Christmas.Jamie has provided care for his mother Sabrina since he was a small child. Sabrina had Meningitis at 19 and suffered a stroke.She was then diagnosed with Epilepsy shortly after Jamie was born.Jamie has often called ambulance services and talked medical personnel through his mother’s condition while she was having seizures.Despite everything that has been thrown at Jamie, he remains very positive and always checks that his mother is ok.What a remarkable and inspiring young man. To find out more about Jamie you can watch his interviews on Ireland AM and the RTE News.http://www.tv3.ie/3player/show/184/86901/1/Ireland-AMhttp://www.rte.ie/news/2014/1112/658761-carer-awards/DONEGAL FAMILY’S PRIDE FOR YOUNG CARER OF THE YEAR was last modified: November 13th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:healthhome-page featuresnews
Sarah-Marie McDevitt from Pinehill Studios Letterkenny looks at the fun fitness craze that is Piloxing:Piloxing is a combination of standing Pilates and boxing. This fusion offers you mental as well as physical balance. You will be wearing heavy gloves for the boxing for a round of side jabs and then do some leg lifts. It is a popular exercise form that also has a sprinkle of dance along with pilates and boxing. It will make your days super charged and your body toned and healthy. Piloxing at Pinehill StudiosPerformed to pumping music, piloxing is for those who like to see quick results and want to tone up. This is an intense workout and you will be huffing and puffing by the end of the session. Sarah-Marie McDevitt, Director of Pinehill Studios, Mountain Top, Letterkenny is your local Piloxing instructor and offers this fun fusion class weekly Mon,Tues, Wed and Thurs at 7pm. Sarah-Marie would like to invite you along to a free taster class of your choice just quote Donegal Daily when booking. Valid on week 1 of term only starting next Monday 18th September. Why should you try Piloxing?Suitable for Beginners and the Elite Fitness fanatics Yes Piloxing can be challenging but most importantly in a fun and enjoyable way. Beginners can take this class at their own pace and once you get used to all the moves Sarah-Marie will be right there beside you to encourage and motivate you to your full potential.You will burn about 1200 calories per hourIt is Pilates and boxing with some dance moves, so it is intense. It can be considered as cardio as it will increase your heart rate up to 130 to 140 beats per minute. This core-intensive workout will help you burn about 1200 calories per hour. It will also help in losing weight.Piloxing at Pinehill StudiosTones and strengthens your muscles Piloxing will chisel out your muscles. It will tone your body and strengthen your muscles. Practicing piloxing will help your muscles to perform to their full capacity.Piloxing GlovesPrevents injuryIt improves your balance and makes your body strong. Practicing piloxing makes you more adaptable to movements and improve your muscle mass and the range of motion. This will help in preventing injuries. Piloxing will not only strengthen your muscles but will also eliminate stiffness.Improves flexibility With strength training, you are also doing Pilates. These movements will lengthen the muscles and will make you more flexible. You will also improve the range of motion and perform better. Improved flexibility will help you to lower the risk of injuries. You can also reduce back and joint pain. Your body balance will also improve with piloxing.Piloxing at Pinehill StudiosImproves staminaPiloxing is an intense workout and it will improve your stamina. Practicing piloxing will provide more energy and build lean muscles. Your body will become capable of doing more with regular practice of piloxing.Although exhausting, piloxing is fun to do as it has different moves. It will keep your workout sessions interesting and fresh. With piloxing you are doing boxing, pilates, and dancing. So, try this popular workout today.Click here to learn more and book your class nowWhat is Piloxing? Here’s why you should try this exciting fusion exercise was last modified: September 16th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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:exercisefitnesspiloxingPinehill Studiossarah-marie mcdevitt
Its been three rounds and three wins for Arcata High’s Avary Henry thus far in the girl’s golf season. On Thursday Henry led the field with an 82 at Beau Prep Golf Course in McKinleyville.McKinleyville’s Phoebe Sundberg finished second with a 90 on the day while her teammate Isabella Sundberg finished third with a 95. Arcata’s Kate Plumley finished fourth with a 98, her lowest round of the season.Team wise, Arcata ruled the day with a low-score of 411. McKinleyville finished second at 472 and …
With a star-studded 21-man field consisting of the world’s best riders, the race was destined to be a hard one with no quarter asked or given. The 26-year-old from Franschhoek, who currently resides in Johannesburg, rode a well-controlled race and pulled out something extra at the end to close down the gap on an escaping group. 5 April 2012 SAinfo reporter ‘Tried to play it cool’“I knew somebody was going to attack in the finish, and just tried to play it cool and make other people chase. It’s definitely the hardest I’ve ever had to work for a track cycling race,” the aptly named Swift said afterwards. Talent and class Hoffman, around 10 lengths behind Swift at the bell lap, showed his immense talent and undoubted class when he turned the burners on the second last corner to pass five riders. South African sprint sensation Nolan Hoffman delivered the performance of his life to clinch a silver medal in the 15km scratch race at the 2012 UCI Track World Champs in Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday. Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Swift’s win was the first British gold medal for the event since it was introduced at the 2002 World Championships, while it was South Africa’s first medal in the men’s scratch event. Around the last bend, it was clear that a podium finish was within reach for the South African. He put in an almighty effort to try and catch Swift, but it was not to be. Nonetheless, Hoffman’s enormous final lunge saw him miss out on the gold medal by a mere half a wheel. He was ecstatic to cross the line in second place. Hoffman believed it was a breakthrough performance at his first elite World Championships. “I’ve been to all the World Cups and I’ve struggled a bit and I always thought the World Champs is going to be hard,” he said with some surprise. Austrian Andreas Muller made a break with with six laps of the 60 remaining to open up a-third-of-a-lap lead. Czech rider Martin Blaha, Italian Elia Viviani and Briton Ben Swift chased down Mueller to catch him with less than two laps left before the British rider kicked to open a lead in the final back straight.
As protesters turned violent over amended motor vehicles Act, the Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Police Commissionerate launched an awareness campaign. The people and police had fought a pitched battle over the enforcement of the Act on September 7.The protesters’ resentment was primarily against steep penalties. The information regarding the amended rules will be spread through loudspeakers attached to a four-wheeler with photographs and posters displayed on it, DCP (Traffic) Sagarika Nath told the media.On the other hand, the demonstrators also demanded unconditional release of the people who were arrested following a clash with police in Bhubaneswar on September 7. Two days after the authorities faced opposition from the people, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik had given three months to people to get their papers ready.The Police Commissionerate on September 10 distributed helmets to motorists who were penalised. They also distributed ‘Thank You’ notes to motorists who were following traffic rules.Meanwhile, the Transport Department offices have been witnessing a huge rush of people to apply for and renew driving licences and updating vehicle documents. The department’s offices across the State are also open on holidays to cope with the rush.State Transport Secretary G. Srinivas, who went on a surprise visit to a Regional Transport Office on September 11, said that the State government will decide about reducing the penalty rates after studying notifications issued by other States that had implemented the amended Act.During the window period of three months for people to prepare the papers, the police are focusing on drunken driving, use of mobile phones while driving, driving on the wrong side of roads, triple riding and non-usage of helmets and seat belts.