Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datu Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees View comments With the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics expected to rule the East once more this coming season, DeRozan understands that his improvement will be vital if the Raptors will be contenders once more.“It’s great to have this opportunity to carry a franchise, and just show them that I come back every year much better,” he shared. Khristian Ibarrola /raSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio 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 respite Police seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasay After averaging a career-best 27 points per game last season, the former USC Trojan expressed his desire to keep improving on other aspects of his craft.“Continue to get better, continue to win,” DeRozan told ESPN’ Carl Champion when asked of his goals for the upcoming season.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“Continue to grow as a player, as a leader, and keep pushing the envelope. Understand my flaws from the year previously and come back better this year.”Entering the league primarily a slasher and a dunker, DeRozan worked hard on his ball-handling skills, which eventually translated into a formidable mid-range game. National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal Toronto Raptors’ DeMar DeRozan, right, shoots past Denver Nuggets’ Wilson Chandler during the first half of their NBA basketball game in Toronto. APToronto Raptors superstar DeMar DeRozan has made significant strides in his game since entering the NBA in 2009.The 28-year-old shooting guard has blossomed into a three-time NBA All Star, displaying incredible foot work and a mid-range arsenal seldom used in today’s game.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. This year, the 6’7″ athletic specimen aims to become a better playmaker and a more accurate three-point threat.He recently posted an Instagram story of his midnight shooting session, which was posted on Twitter by Raptors beat reporter Josh Lewnberg.DeMar DeRozan hit 64% of his 700 3pt attempts during a late-night workout, according to his IG story pic.twitter.com/why2crAqoQ— Josh Lewenberg (@JLew1050) July 25, 2017ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Mayweather-McGregor is a pay-per-view smash MOST READ Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dies Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles
By Michael YoungeFormer SWAT Unit Head Motie Dookie is expected to challenge a decision made by Citizenship Minister Winston Felix while performing the functions of Public Security Minister to send him on special leave with pay, as he believes the move may be illegal and a breach of his fundamental rights as outlined in the Constitution of Guyana.SWAT Unit Head, Motie DookieThis was confirmed by Dookie’s recently retained Attorney, Anil Nandlall, who is also Guyana’s former Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister.Dookie was accused of smuggling 30 cases of whisky in December 2017 and was spared criminal charges after the driver of the vehicle that he was in at the time of the interception took full responsibility for the illegal items.Following the discovery and the subsequent reportage of the media as well as an initial investigation conducted by his superiors, he was relieved of his duties as SWAT Commander. A decision was also taken to transfer him to the Force’s Strategic Planning Unit to facilitate an internal investigation. Soon after, he was then posted to the Police A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara) last month but reassigned to Police Headquarters, Eve Leary a few days later. On May 24, the decision to send him on special leave was made by Minister Felix while the performing the duties of the substantive Minister Khemraj Ramjattan who has also refused to rescind the leave instruction.Also, the Permanent Secretary (PS) of the Department of Public Service, Reginald Brotherson defended the move on Friday, saying in the absence of a constituted Police Service Commission (PSC), the authorised Minister or agency can take action against Police ranks using the Public Service Rules after Minister Felix had argued that the action was taken in accordance with the 1987 Public Service Rules.But Nandlall, speaking with Guyana Times on Tuesday said the Government cannot justify the unlawful decision taken by Minister Felix who gave an unlawful instruction to the acting Police Commissioner David Ramnarine that resulted in his client being sent on ‘special leave with pay’.“Minister Felix has no such power… Mr Ramnarine has no such power. The power to discipline Police Officers above a specific rank lies with the Police Service Commission. A Police Commissioner nor a Minister has no such power whatsoever to direct, to interfere with or to exercise disciplinary power or control over these officers,” he maintained during the interview despite the arguments put forward by Brotherson and Felix.The attorney said he has noted with grave consternation the positions taken by Felix and Brotherson which he hoped they would advance in a modern court of hope.“I hope to name him (Felix) as a party in the proceedings and I have that those reasons he has articulated in the press, he will come to the court and articulate those very reasons and the court will rule upon his arguments because I have read them and they amount to absolute nonsense,” he noted.The lawyer did not say how soon he would take formal action by filing the necessary paper work but he did promise that it would be done with great dispatch given the seriousness of the move by Felix.“The Constitution places that functional remit exclusively in the Police Service Commission. Article 212 of the Constitution provides that… the power to make appointments to any offices in the Police Force of or above the rank of inspector, the power to exercise disciplinary control [of] persons holding or acting in such offices and the power to remove such persons from office shall vest in the Police Service Commission,” the release continued.“Clearly, Dookie falls within the ranks provided for and contemplated by this provision. Additionally, Article 226 (1) provides that ‘…in the exercise of its functions under this Constitution, a Commission shall not be subject to the direction or control of any other person or authority,’” Nandlall had argued.
ETC.: Venus Williams defeated Marta Domachowska, 6-2, 6-3, to reach the semifinals of the Korea Open in Seoul. … Lleyton Hewitt was upset by Rainer Schuettler, 6-3, 7-5, in the quarterfinals of the Mumbai Open in Mumbai. … Marion Bartoli upset top-seeded Anna Chakvetadze, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, to advance to the semifinals of the Fortis Championships in Luxembourg. … Roger Federer pulled out of the Japan Open because he needs to rest after the U.S. Open and Davis Cup. Youth sports Andy Buff, 11, almost lost his life when he was struck in the chest by a line drive at a Little League game in Columbia, S.C. He stopped breathing and did not have a pulse, but two medical professionals at the Greenville County tournament revived him. Jurisprudence Madison Square Garden sued the NHL, saying the league has monopolized promotion of its teams. According to the lawsuit, the NHL has claimed it will fine MSG, which owns the New York Rangers, $100,000 per day if it does not give the NHL complete control over the team’s Web site. ETC.: A federal judge sentenced Robert “Tractor” Traylor, 30, to three years probation after the former NBA player admitted to preparing a false tax return that hid assets of a convicted drug dealer. … Indiana Pacers forward Shawne Williams missed a court hearing and could face an arrest warrant if he misses one set for Monday. … A New York jury asked for hundreds of pages of testimony and documents before finishing its first full day of deliberations in the sexual harassment case brought by a former top New York Knicks executive against Coach Isiah Thomas. Hockey Flyers rookie Steve Downie’s NHL debut is on hold. So is Dean McAmmond’s 13-year career. Downie received a 20-game suspension for leaving his feet to deliver a deliberate and dangerous hit to the head of the Ottawa forward. It’s the fourth-longest in league history. McAmmond is out indefinitely with a concussion. Motorsports Jimmie Johnson claimed his second straight pole in a Nextel Cup race, turning in the fastest qualifying time for Sunday’s Lifelock 400 in Kansas City. Ryan Newman’s Dodge qualified second at 174.893 mph, but the car failed inspection because the roof was too low.Newman will start Sunday from the back, moving Matt Kenseth’s Ford to the outside front. Track and field Cuba’s Dayron Robles showed up world record holder Liu Xiang in the Chinese hurdler’s hometown, winning the 110-meter hurdles in 13.01 seconds at the Golden Grand Prix in Shanghai, China. Liu, the Olympic and world champion, finished third in 13.21. In the men’s 100, American Wallace Spearmon edged out world champion and teammate Tyson Gay, crossing the line in 9.96 seconds to Gay’s 10.02. American Sanya Richards also set a personal best, finishing second in 10.97 behind Jamaica’s Veronica Campbell (10.90) in the women’s 100. Basketball Tina Thompson (Morningside High, USC) scored 14 points and Delisha Milton-Jones added 12 to help the United States rout Canada, 85-37, and secure the top seed in Group B at the FIBA Americas tournament in Valdivia, Chile. ETC.: Washington Mystics guard Alana Beard had surgery on her left shoulder and is expected to make a full recovery for the 2008 WNBA season. Cycling Former Lance Armstrong teammate George Hincapie signed a two-year deal with T-Mobile. ETC.: Danish cyclist Michael Rasmussen, kicked out of the Tour de France by his team, had traces of a blood-boosting substance in his system when tested during the race, the French sports daily L’Equipe reported. Miscellany Defending champion England finally showed its style at the Rugby World Cup in Paris, beating Tonga, 36-20, to advance to the quarterfinals. ETC.: Brazil granted refugee status to two obscure Cuban athletes who fled their team at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro in July. Deaths Former pro wrestler Brian “Crush” Adams died last month at 44 after accidentally ingesting a lethal mixture of prescribed medications, the medical examiner’s office said in Tampa, Fla.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “I’m disappointed that this is coming out again, four years after I’ve been to the grand jury and gave my truthful testimony,” Mosley said in a statement issued by publicist Debbie Caplan. “I even took a lie detector test back then to let everyone know that I wasn’t trying to be an unfair fighter.” Tennis Russian tennis player Dmitry Tursunov said he was approached several times with offers of bribes to fix matches, a Russian newspaper reported. The 29th-ranked Tursunov, who played on the Russian team that beat Germany in the Davis Cup semifinals last weekend, refused to say how much he was offered. Another Russian, Nikolay Davydenko, is under scrutiny after a British online gambling company tracked bettors putting 10 times the usual amount of money on a match he played in August. Davydenko has denied any involvement. From news services Boxer Shane Mosley is accused of using BALCO designer steroids “the clear” and “the cream” as part of a doping regimen before a 2003 fight against Oscar De La Hoya, SI.com reported Friday. Citing multiple unidentified sources who attended an international anti-doping conference in Colorado Springs, Colo., last November, SI.com reported that lead BALCO investigator Jeff Novitzky alleged that Mosley began using those two drugs, as well as endurance-enhancing EPO, two months before the junior middleweight championship fight won by Mosley. A BALCO client, Mosley was subpoenaed in the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative investigation and testified before the grand jury in 2003. He has always denied doping and has never tested positive.
EL MONTE – Council members said Thursday they were unaware that a job-placement program for recently released inmates was located in the city. Officials at the state parole office in El Monte regularly refer ex-felons to the Central San Gabriel Valley Worksource Center on Valley Boulevard, according to El Monte Police Agent Richard Luna. The center finds jobs for ex-convicts with companies that have agreed to hire individuals with criminal records. El Monte Councilman Juventino “J” Gomez asked city staffers for a report on the program during the Nov. 20 council meeting. Gomez said he first learned about it from reading an Oct. 28 article in this newspaper. “I was not aware of this,” said Gomez on Thursday. “The story said there were 80 (ex-inmates) coming to El Monte every month. My concern is that we were not informed whether they are drug dealers, sexual predators or violent offenders.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsCouncilwoman Emily Ishigaki also questioned whether the ex-convicts were being imported to the city from other areas. “I have nothing against helping people get back on their feet,” Ishigaki said. “But we don’t need to be taking in every other city’s problems.” Police officials and those associated with the program said there are restrictions in place to protect the public and others using the program. “Certain sex offenders are not allowed into the program, as well as those convicted of certain violent crimes and drug offenses,” said Luna, an El Monte police agent familiar with the program. “The parole office in El Monte gets about 20 referrals each month, but only two or three actually get accepted because of the criteria and the person’s individual history.” Luna said he had heard of no criminal problems associated with the participants. Gordon Porter, program manager at the Central San Gabriel Valley Resource Center, said an estimate he had given to this newspaper about the number of ex-felons served by the center – about 80 a month – had been too high. “It is about half that,” said Porter, adding that in addition to the parole office, the center gets ex-convicts referred to it from the Employment Development Department office in West Covina as well as veterans groups. “Some people come in off the street, and tell us they have a record,” Porter said. “We help everybody who needs a job, and our special-needs group is only representative of about 10 percent of our funding.” For those who are not referred by the parole office, Porter said the center has its own criteria as to who is allowed to apply for services. “We have a child center here, so we have a prohibition against anyone with sex offenses against children,” Porter said. “We have not gotten any negative feedback on any of the people we have placed. These are people who need a second chance, and in fact they have a higher job-retention rate than some of the others we place.” Luna said that the center’s job is an important one. “They are trying to get these people back into mainstream society,” Luna said, “and in a position where they can have a stable job and stay out of jail.” Luna said the office only gets referrals for individuals convicted within its jurisdiction, which includes El Monte, South El Monte and Baldwin Park. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Our motoring correspondent Brian McDaid shares his views on the Citreon Grand C4, and shares a few stories from his family’s 1950s road trip to Cork.You can get a whole view of St. Eunan’s Cathedral into the 2016 Citroen Grand Picasso. Photo Brian McDaidThe Citroen Grand C4 is certainly large, I managed to get a whole St. Eunan’s Cathedral into it! Well… I got a view of the cathedral inside it, thanks to the massive windscreen in this award winning people carrier for 2016.The windscreen reminds me of my receeding hair line… there is more forehead there now than hair. Sit behind the wheel and I don’t think you will find another more unobstructed view, even the pillars for the roof are very fine in size! The view out through the front of the Citroen makes the road ahead look impressive. The driver and front passengers seat are massive, complete with captain’s chair centre armrests. If there is such a thing as too comfortable they probably fall into the that category, as on couple of times sitting at junctions when I went to take off I stalled the car sitting in the wrong gear. Then in a panic I instantly reached for the key to restart the car only to remember it was a stop/start button! I think the ultimate Grand C4 Picasso would be the one with and automatic transmission for someone like me to really enjoy driving this. Are we nearly there.. ARE WE NEARLY THERE?The Grand C4 Picasso is a seven seater with the two rear seats folding down completely into the floor area with small solid mats that cover over everything to give the people carrier a dual purpose of being a great load carrier. With all seven seats up is a case of the first class travel for the passengers and the drive – the middle row of three seats have enough space for three enemies to live beside each other in some sort of harmony for the summer holiday road trip.A view into the rear of the car. Photo Brin McDaidTwo of them will have their own fold down tables from the back of the front seats and the man in the middle will have to settle for the great view through that huge front window. Things are a bit tighter in the rear row of seats, and when them lovely little children find out who got what, it could spell war. Only one has a cup holder but the other has a power outlet, so it could be a case of power sharing for the back benchers for their journey.Easy on the earth If this people carrier is massive inside it doesn’t look that big outside. It’s lower to the road than its predecessor which give this car a more settled feel. You would expected it to be heavy on fuel but that is not the case.The Exclusive model which we drove comes with the latest Eco Blue HDI 1.6 litre diesel engine. O-100km in just over 11 seconds, and a top speed of nearly 190 kilometres per hour and a 70 mpg claim just hits all the sweet spots for the perfect driver’s car.Do we like it?This people carrier is just lovely to drive, especially looking through that massive window, which also can be closed back if you don’t like it with two binds attached to the movable sun visors.The blind spots that roof pillars cause on most people carriers are not a problem in this well-designed car. Because of the vastness of the front window, the position of the cars speakers away out in front of the driver makes the radio sound like a live concert. For anyone that learned to drive in a rear-wheel drive car like myself, I found front-wheel drive cars were disappointing in the amount of a cut they had in their steering because of the transmission drives etc.No such problem in this front-wheel drive, what a great cut the car’s steering has which just makes judgement when turning or parking so reassuring. Citroen have always produced different cars, ever since I seen the 1st GS arriving arriving into Letterkenny in the 1970’s.They always looked as if the comfort of its passengers were paramount. The Citroen still look a little quirky and this car people carrier should keep the quirkiest of families happy.Road trip 1950s I came across an old photo of my granny while I was getting my column ready for the road this week. When my uncle arrived home one evening from work in the post office and announced he wanted to join the priesthood in the early 1950s his parents didn’t think he was cut out for it. A local priest, Fr. O’Callaghan, then reassured them that hewould make a good priest. And so his late vocation to the priesthood began in Cork with the Capuchin Order.My Granny all ready for the road. She is pictured at the door of her family home “in the row” Ballymacool Terrace, Letterkenny as she prepares for the long journey to Cork in the I950’s to visit her son, Neilus (Fr. Mark) who was going for the priesthood. The photo was taken by her daughter , and my mother, Mary Ellen Coyle.My granny is pictured at the front door of her home in Ballymacool Terrace in her Sunday best getting ready to go visit her son in Cork. On weekdays my grandfather who by now was retired from the Irish shell, started a clothes run with the costumers that he once sold oil to. His wine coloured Ford Van would be unloaded at the weekend and converted into a people carrier with pillows – the nearest thing to airbags. Mineral boxes doubled up as seating and cold boxes for sandwiches and bottles of cold tea.My granny didn’t drive but they say she was the driving force, the driving was shared by my grandfather, Pop, his son-law Miah Deeney and his other sons Charlie and Johnny.God knows how long it took them to reach Cork, but they made that journey manys a day in the eight years of so that their son Neilus was preparing for his vocation and was to take the name of Fr Mark. When he became a priest in the summer of 1958.The Grand Picasso C4 pictured parked in Ballymacool Terrace in Letterkenny 60 years after granny’s picture near the same spot – although our people carrier is of a different era. Photo Brian McDaidMade for Extra-Strong Boys (ESB)A people carrier of a different kind was the hand made crew-carriers that the ESB had for their workers, these were made to measure trucks made in Donegal by Doherty’s Coachbuilders in Lyford. They made their trucks and pickups to suit the needs of the workers. The truck in the picture was made in 1968 on a Ford D Series chassis. Most weredesigned to carry a crew of six workers.A view of a ESB crew back in the 70’s. They are pictured in front of a Ford truck which was hand built By Doherty’s Coachworks, Lifford. included from left my father, the trick driver, Fred Mc Daid, Peter Marley, (Glen), Martin Scanlon, supervisor, Tom Mc Ginty, Manorcunningham, Jim McDaid, Ramleton and Shaunie Scanlon. Martin Scanlon’s son. Photo by Rodney RoulstonIncluded in this photo was the driver, my father, Fred McDaid, Peter Marley who was a labourer, Martin Scanlon who was the supervisor or charge hand, Tom Mc Ginty, Jim Mc Daid and Shaunie Scanlon all of who were linesmen. They are pictured in the waders , boiler suits and donkey jackets which was the standard clothing issue of the ESB in them days. Like my grandfather’s van this truck doubled up as our people carrier on the occasions when my father took the lorry home.This truck KIH 459 was the first thing that this motoring correspondent ever test drove. It happened on a very quiet section of road in Glendowan. When I say drive, it was more a case of steer. The truck could crawl along and my father would slide over to the passenger’s seat and I would jump in from the crew cab from the rear. I mighthave only steered this truck for a minute but it seemed like a life time. “Keep her over a bit”, my father would say as he checked the mirrors.Years on I often head up that same mountain road every so often and look at the power lines and poles that were erected by that crews to supply electricity into that area for the first time. And think of some of the great times we had in a different world all them years ago.Happy motoring folks.DD Motoring: New Citreon ‘should keep quirkiest of families happy’ was last modified: July 22nd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:1950s carsbrian mc daidcar reviewcitreon grand c4Corkmotoring
Four Masters GAA NotesSeniors/Reserves: Well done to Four Masters Seniors against Mac Cumhaill’s in the Championship earning a comphrensive win in Mac Cumhaill Park on Saturday last.Also congratulations to Reserves on their win, with a very good second half display. Thanks to all the supporters that travelled over to support the boys.Both teams are out again in Championship next Sunday 12th October away to Glenfin. Best of luck to both teams.Ladies: Well done to the Four Masters Ladies team and Manager Dylan Davitt and his management team, on their superb victory away to Ballymartin Co. Down on Sunday last with a score line 3-14 to 2-04.Thanks Jim: Jim Mc Guinness announcement of his departure as Donegal Senior team manager came as a shock on Friday night last but not unexpected. Jim was appointed in July 2010 on a four year term, after his success with the U21 team. In the last five years we all have experienced the best years so far in memory of Donegal G.A.A. for all of us supporters.The achievements of the U21 Ulster title 2010, and all Ireland appearance, 3 Ulster Senior titles, 2011, 2012,& 2014 in four years, and winning one all Ireland 2012, out of two appearances is an absolutely massive record and achievement.The club would like to thank Jim and congratulate him for raising the bar and his massive contribution to Gaelic football both in Donegal and nationally and instilling massive pride for us as Donegal supporters.It was a great honour as host club to be a big part of the homecomings in the last few years and witness the joy and happiness on the Diamond.We wish you good success in your career at Celtic F.C. and all your endeavours and we also extend best wishes to your wife Yvonne and young family for the future. Thanks for the great Memories. From Four Masters.Four Masters Under 13’s: Good luck to the U13’s footballers in the Regional Final on Thursday 9th in Ardara against Dungloe.Academy: Football, hurling and camogie coaching academy for 4, 5, 6, and 7 year olds takes place on Saturday from 11am -12:30pm at Tir Conaill Park.New players always welcome. Call along this Saturday and get your child involved in Gaelic games. GAA NEWS: FOUR MASTERS LADIES EARN SUPER VICTORY OVER DOWN SIDE BALLYMARTIN was last modified: October 7th, 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:four mastersGAANoticesSport
LATEST Results for Donegal International Rally, 2012Rally was halted at Stage 16 which did not go ahead. Classification does NOT reflect retirements AFTER SS16: cars 37 and 127 retired at Parc Ferme IN Saturday.O/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS16 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev 1 3 Garry Jennings/Neil Doherty Subaru Impreza 6 O/A 3:05.4 0:00 1:35:33.02 2 Darragh O’Riordan/Tony McDaid Subaru Impreza 6 O/A 3:06.6 0:00 1:36:08.6 0:35.6 0:35.63 8 Seamus Leonard/John McCafferty Subaru Impreza 6 O/A 3:00.9 0:00 1:36:50.7 1:17.7 0:42.14 5 Derek McGarrity/Paul Kiely Subaru Impreza 6 1 3:07.3 0:00 1:38:14.5 2:41.5 1:23.85 7 Donagh Kelly/Kevin Flanagan Subaru Impreza 6 2 3:08.8 0:00 1:38:17.9 2:44.9 0:03.46 1 Darren Gass/Enda Sherry Subaru Impreza 6 3 3:04.7 2:45 1:39:12.3 3:39.3 0:54.47 6 Niall Maguire/Conor Foley Subaru Impreza 6 4 3:14.9 0:00 1:39:23.9 3:50.9 0:11.68 133 Josh Moffett/Jason McKenna Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 1 3:20.6 0:00 1:42:06.3 6:33.3 2:42.4 9 17 Sam Moffett/James O’Reilly Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 2 3:17.2 0:00 1:42:09.8 6:36.8 0:03.510 18 Conor Harvey/Geard Callaghan Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 3 3:17.7 0:00 1:42:53.5 7:20.5 0:43.711 139 Martin Doherty/Damien McCauley Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 4 3:27.7 0:00 1:43:43.8 8:10.8 0:50.312 25 Pat Kirk/Peter Ward Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 5 3:20.6 0:45 1:47:13.0 11:40.0 3:29.2 13 41 Kevin O’Connor/Gerard Conway Citroen C2 2 1 3:33.0 0:00 1:47:18.0 11:45.0 0:05.014 43 Kieran Daly/Keith Moriarty Citroen C2 2 2 3:34.5 0:00 1:47:53.1 12:20.1 0:35.115 47 Pj McDermott/Paul Goodman Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 6 3:27.1 0:00 1:48:01.8 12:28.8 0:08.716 40 Joseph McGonigle/Ciaran Geaney Renault Clio 3 1 3:26.0 0:00 1:48:03.3 12:30.3 0:01.517 63 Declan Leonard/Dermot McCafferty Ford Fiesta 1 1 3:36.9 0:00 1:49:50.9 14:17.9 1:47.618 147 Peter Barrable/Paddy Robinson Citroen C2 2 3 3:35.7 0:00 1:50:16.6 14:43.6 0:25.719 116 Paddy McDaid/Oliver Doherty Honda Civic 1 2 3:41.6 0:00 1:51:47.3 16:14.3 1:30.720 67 Gary Cooney/Rory McBride Mitsubishi Evo 8.5 6 5 3:41.5 0:00 1:51:48.3 16:15.3 0:01.021 135 Stephan Bradley/Sarah Whelan Honda Civic 1 3 3:38.9 0:00 1:52:07.2 16:34.2 0:18.922 81 Eugene O’Donnell/Sean Harris Honda Civic 1 4 3:43.8 0:00 1:52:11.1 16:38.1 0:03.923 44 Steve Wood/Johnny Baird Citroen C2 2 4 3:44.6 0:00 1:52:13.9 16:40.9 0:02.824 71 Tony Jardine/Maurice Hamilton Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 7 3:33.8 0:00 1:52:36.9 17:03.9 0:23.025 150 Mark Ewing/Rachel McConnell Honda Civic 1 5 3:37.4 0:00 1:53:23.7 17:50.7 0:46.826 103 Sean Agnew/Peter Deery Citroen C2 2 5 3:44.9 0:00 1:55:04.9 19:31.9 1:41.227 69 Rory Byrne/Jeremy Patterson Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 8 3:51.8 0:00 1:57:16.9 21:43.9 2:12.028 96 Paddy Walker/John Sweeney Peugeot 206 2 6 3:45.4 0:00 1:58:00.4 22:27.4 0:43.529 80 Jp Quigley/Emmett Kelly Honda Civic 1 6 3:51.2 0:00 1:58:11.0 22:38.0 0:10.630 42 David Carney/Ray Fitzpatrick Citroen C2 2 7 8:33.0 0:00 2:03:11.5 27:38.5 5:00.531 118 Brian Quigley/Conal Doherty Honda Civic 1 7 8:36.9 0:00 2:03:26.1 27:53.1 0:14.632 121 Alistar Glenn/Niall McDaid Peugeot 206 2 8 4:03.0 0:00 2:04:05.0 28:32.0 0:38.933 115 Glenda Boyle/Kylie Boyle Honda Civic 1 8 3:51.7 0:00 2:07:36.6 32:03.6 3:31.634 100 Kieran Roarty/James Doherty Honda Civic 1 9 3:59.9 0:00 2:09:29.3 33:56.3 1:52.735 129 Johnny Wilhare/Cahir Wilhare Honda Civic 1 10 4:28.0 0:00 2:10:45.7 35:12.7 1:16.436 65 Martin O’Donnell/John O’Donnell Honda Civic 1 11 3:41.5 1:15 2:11:44.0 36:11.0 0:58.337 114 Peter O’Kane/Mark O’Connor Honda Civic 1 12 8:36.9 0:00 2:22:14.0 46:41.0 10:30.038 95 Shane Orr/Kevin Connors Honda Civic 1 13 3:48.6 0:00 2:29:45.8 54:12.8 7:31.8Results for the National categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS16 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 12 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 3:13.1 0:00 1:40:47.02 14 Manus Kelly/Donal Barrett Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 3:10.7 0:00 1:41:11.8 0:24.8 0:24.83 22 Martin McGee/Denis O’Mahony Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 3:13.8 0:00 1:42:42.8 1:55.8 1:31.04 146 Ed O’Callaghan/Raymond Scott Ford Escort Mk2 13 1 3:34.0 0:00 1:44:13.6 3:26.6 1:30.85 26 Paul Barrett/John McElhinney Ford Escort Mk2 14 1 3:21.5 0:00 1:44:30.8 3:43.8 0:17.26 16 Brian Brogan/Damien McGettigan Ford Escort Mk2 14 2 3:20.6 0:00 1:44:54.8 4:07.8 0:24.07 21 Adrian Hethrington/Gary Nolan Ford Escort Mk2 14 3 3:16.1 0:00 1:45:47.8 5:00.8 0:53.08 31 Samuel Kelso/Mac Walsh Ford Escort Mk2 13 2 3:31.6 0:00 1:46:55.9 6:08.9 1:08.19 30 Daniel Conaghan/Terence Magee Ford Escort Mk2 13 3 3:26.5 0:00 1:46:57.2 6:10.2 0:01.310 54 William McFadden/Francie Devine Ford Escort G3 13 4 3:25.9 0:00 1:47:10.4 6:23.4 0:13.211 28 Robbie Peoples/Keith Stewart Ford Escort Mk2 14 4 3:28.3 0:00 1:47:23.1 6:36.1 0:12.712 37 Jim McKenna/Thomas Treanor Ford Escort Mk2 14 5 3:37.9 0:00 1:48:13.2 7:26.2 0:50.113 23 Geoffrey Dolan/Conor Murphy Ford Escort Mk2 14 6 3:25.4 0:00 1:48:13.6 7:26.6 0:00.414 46 Jp Logue/James Logue Honda Civic 13 5 3:31.9 0:00 1:49:32.0 8:45.0 1:18.415 52 Patrick McHugh/Pauric O’Donnell Ford Escort Mk2 13 6 3:32.2 0:00 1:49:39.0 8:52.0 0:07.016 56 Peter Greene/Conor Comack Ford Escort Mk2 13 7 3:35.2 0:00 1:49:48.8 9:01.8 0:09.817 61 Kevin Bradley/Siobhan Bradley Ford Escort Mk2 11 1 3:36.6 0:00 1:49:57.2 9:10.2 0:08.418 73 Oran Donnelly/Paul Hughes Ford Escort Mk2 12 1 3:34.1 0:00 1:50:32.0 9:45.0 0:34.819 107 Paul Carron/Andrew Browne Toyota Corolla 11 2 3:37.1 0:00 1:50:40.2 9:53.2 0:08.220 145 Alan Sweeney/James Gallagher Ford Escort Mk2 11 3 3:35.2 0:00 1:51:38.5 10:51.5 0:58.321 45 Columba Heena/Declan Big Francie Toyota Corolla 13 8 3:26.0 0:00 1:51:50.2 11:03.2 0:11.722 74 Kevin Kelly/Paul Hegarty Ford Escort Mk2 13 9 3:36.5 0:00 1:52:05.9 11:18.9 0:15.723 48 Gary McElhinney/Paddy McCrudden Ford Escort Mk2 13 10 3:35.8 0:00 1:52:13.6 11:26.6 0:07.724 141 Liam Doherty/Kyle McGettigan Toyota Corolla 11 4 3:39.6 0:00 1:52:15.7 11:28.7 0:02.125 50 Shaun Murphy/Gerard McGinley Ford Escort Mk2 13 11 4:06.9 0:00 1:52:40.5 11:53.5 0:24.826 92 Daniel Lucey/Derry Healy Ford Escort Mk2 13 12 3:48.8 0:00 1:52:50.9 12:03.9 0:10.427 97 Barry Wash McGill/Derek Tae Heena Ford Escort Mk2 9 1 3:43.8 0:00 1:53:00.1 12:13.1 0:09.228 29 Callum Duffy/Iain Duffy Ford Escort Mk2 14 7 8:10.7 0:00 1:53:04.1 12:17.1 0:04.029 66 John Dolan/Joe Dolan Ford Escort Mk2 13 13 3:49.5 0:00 1:53:16.4 12:29.4 0:12.330 53 Dermot Cannon/Alvin Alcorn Toyota Corolla 13 14 3:48.8 0:00 1:53:17.6 12:30.6 0:01.231 38 Vivian Hamill/Greame Henderson Ford Escort Mk2 14 8 3:26.8 0:00 1:53:42.9 12:55.9 0:25.332 90 Brendan Friel/John Paul Boyle Toyota Corolla 11 5 3:47.4 0:15 1:53:57.6 13:10.6 0:14.733 137 Thomas McCreesh/Sean Bruton Toyota Starlet 11 6 3:44.2 1:00 1:54:17.6 13:30.6 0:20.034 33 Russell Woods/Gary Gallagher Ford Escort Mk2 13 15 8:25.9 0:00 1:54:33.4 13:46.4 0:15.835 93 Tommy O’Connell/Sean Magee Ford Escort Mk2 13 16 3:42.0 0:00 1:54:50.8 14:03.8 0:17.436 91 Rob Alderman/Paula Alderman Ford Escort Mk2 13 17 3:49.0 0:00 1:56:34.6 15:47.6 1:43.837 104 Joe Gallagher/Geard Mullan Mitsubishi Evo 9 16 1 4:34.8 0:00 1:56:53.7 16:06.7 0:19.138 108 William Vance/Tom Vance Ford Escort 12 2 3:44.2 0:45 1:56:56.6 16:09.6 0:02.939 84 Garry Gallagher/Lee Cullen Toyota Corolla 11 7 3:41.9 0:00 1:56:59.6 16:12.6 0:03.040 70 Martin Howley/Shaun Lafferty Mitsubishi Evo 9 15 1 3:51.1 0:00 1:58:32.4 17:45.4 1:32.841 109 Kevin McHugh/Evin Hughes Ford Escort Mk2 13 18 3:49.9 0:00 1:58:45.7 17:58.7 0:13.342 148 Daniel McCanny/Martin Gallogley Ford Escort Mk2 13 19 3:56.0 0:00 1:59:00.6 18:13.6 0:14.943 122 David Smyth/Mark Deery Toyota Corolla 11 8 3:52.3 0:45 1:59:38.1 18:51.1 0:37.544 99 James Greenan/Jonathan Treanor Opel Corsa 9 2 3:49.1 0:00 1:59:38.6 18:51.6 0:00.545 89 Darragh Doherty/Damian McElhinney Toyota Corolla 11 9 3:52.6 0:00 2:00:10.2 19:23.2 0:31.646 87 Thomas McGlinchey/Tony Curran Ford Escort Mk2 13 20 4:14.0 0:00 2:02:23.6 21:36.6 2:13.447 106 George Baskin/Trevor Graham VW Golf 15 2 3:55.1 0:00 2:02:28.9 21:41.9 0:05.348 55 Graham Kelly/Fergal Kelly Ford Escort G4 13 21 8:25.9 0:00 2:03:07.5 22:20.5 0:38.649 112 Hugh Martin Toye/Breeda Toye Honda Civic 13 22 3:47.1 5:00 2:04:10.8 23:23.8 1:03.350 123 David Baird/Chris Baird Vauxhall Astra 10 1 4:15.4 0:00 2:04:23.8 23:36.8 0:13.051 10 Daniel McKenna/Arthur Kierans Ford Escort Mk2 14 9 3:15.0 0:00 2:05:37.0 24:50.0 1:13.252 98 Damian O’Reilly/Damien McCabe Ford Escort Mk2 9 3 3:43.9 0:00 2:05:37.5 24:50.5 0:00.553 130 Sean Heraghty/Jonathan Edwards Vauxhall Nova 9 4 4:03.4 0:00 2:05:51.8 25:04.8 0:14.354 132 Ivan Warwick/Evelyn Warwick Audi Coupe 15 3 4:13.6 0:15 2:11:20.4 30:33.4 5:28.655 111 Declan Hall/Chris Corr Toyota Corolla 11 10 3:54.3 0:45 2:11:52.2 31:05.2 0:31.856 124 Mark Glackin/Micheal Glackin Toyota Corolla 11 11 4:23.1 0:00 2:11:58.3 31:11.3 0:06.157 88 William Kenneally/Finbar Fogarty Ford Escort Mk2 11 12 3:50.9 0:00 2:13:35.0 32:48.0 1:36.758 39 Alan Nesbitt/Quentin Park Ford Escort Mk2 14 10 3:32.7 0:00 2:13:39.9 32:52.9 0:04.959 134 Declan McGettigan/Jonathan Gallagher Honda Civic 11 13 8:35.2 0:00 2:14:30.0 33:43.0 0:50.160 126 Eamonn McLaughlin/Sean Topping Vauxhall Nova 9 5 4:20.4 0:00 2:15:27.1 34:40.1 0:57.161 77 Pj Bonner/Declan Bonner Ford Focus 14 11 4:00.1 2:15 2:16:09.5 35:22.5 0:42.462 83 Eamonn Gallagher/Paul Brogan Ford Escort Mk2 12 3 8:34.1 0:00 2:18:33.3 37:46.3 2:23.863 78 Paul Corcoran/Liam McIntyre Ford Escort Mk2 12 4 3:41.4 0:00 2:21:54.4 41:07.4 3:21.164 149 Ivor Scott/Brendan Peoples Ford Escort Mk2 12 5 3:55.3 0:00 2:24:16.8 43:29.8 2:22.465 51 J Browne/Brendan McElhinney Ford Escort Mk2 13 23 3:36.7 0:00 2:24:26.9 43:39.9 0:10.166 79 Andrew Hegarty/Loretta Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 12 6 8:34.1 1:00 2:28:32.3 47:45.3 4:05.467 105 Andrew Stewart/Tony Gallagher Mitsubishi Evo 4 15 4 3:54.2 2:00 2:29:36.2 48:49.2 1:03.968 101 Steward Rankin/William Coyle Honda Civic 16 2 3:54.8 0:00 2:30:12.4 49:25.4 0:36.269 128 Terence Diver/Evin Henderson Ford Escort Mk2 11 14 3:54.5 0:00 2:30:59.0 50:12.0 0:46.670 120 Gavin McMenamin/Kevin Friel Toyota Corolla 11 15 3:58.1 0:00 2:32:20.5 51:33.5 1:21.571 119 Danny Cannon/Eamonn Russell Honda Civic 11 16 4:27.0 2:15 2:38:28.6 57:41.6 6:08.172 127 Brian O’Donnell/Peter O’Donnell Opel Corsa 9 6 4:01.9 0:00 2:39:26.7 58:39.7 0:58.1Results for the Historic categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS16 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 H3 Andy Johnson/Jim McSherry Vauxhall Chevette D5 1 3:41.6 0:00 1:06:32.62 H2 John Keatley/James McKeefrey Ford Escort K 1 3:40.7 0:00 1:07:00.4 0:27.8 0:27.83 H1 Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlin Ford Escort D3 1 3:39.1 0:00 1:07:43.7 1:11.1 0:43.34 H10 Stephen McFerran/Ellen McFerran Ford Escort D5 2 3:52.4 0:00 1:09:20.2 2:47.6 1:36.55 H5 Alan Jardine/Raymond Knox Ford Escort Mk1 C3 1 4:00.0 0:00 1:10:45.4 4:12.8 1:25.26 H18 James McDermott/Paul McDermott Vauxhall Chevette H4 1 3:59.5 0:00 1:10:45.6 4:13.0 0:00.27 H9 Aidan O’Connor/Ian Regan Ford Escort C2 1 4:02.9 0:00 1:11:12.1 4:39.5 0:26.58 H8 Alan Courtney/Paul Soutar Porsche 928 D4 1 3:52.7 0:00 1:11:46.3 5:13.7 0:34.29 H17 James Harkin/Patrick Gallagher Talbot Sunbeam D2 1 4:11.3 0:00 1:13:17.3 6:44.7 1:31.010 H11 Brian Crawford/Finian Hannigan Talbot Sunbeam D2 2 4:05.6 0:00 1:14:19.8 7:47.2 1:02.511 H15 William Todd/Aaron Johnson Austin Mini Cooper B2 1 4:11.8 0:00 1:14:38.7 8:06.1 0:18.912 H7 Andrew Harvey/Darren Harvey Talbot Sunbeam D2 3 4:26.3 0:00 1:17:04.0 10:31.4 2:25.313 H14 Joe Breslin/Stephen Lyons Austin Mini Cooper B2 2 4:23.5 0:00 1:17:14.9 10:42.3 0:10.914 H6 Gary Owens/Denver Rafferty Ford Escort D3 2 8:39.1 0:00 1:22:20.5 15:47.9 5:05.615 H12 Declan Jackson/Barry McCarney Ford Escort D3 3 8:39.1 0:00 1:36:57.9 30:25.3 14:37.4LATEST STANDINGS FOR DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY – SATURDAY, 8PM was last modified: June 16th, 2012 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 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The final arrangements are being put in place for this weekend’s Taste of Donegal Food Festival in Donegal Town.Thousands of people are expected to attend the weekend event which will showcase all that is good about Donegal food.To cope with the large crowds expected, the committee have put in place extensive car parking arrangements. The following are the parking arrangements for A Taste of Donegal Food Festival Friday 24th to Sunday 26th August 2012Camper Vans / Recreational Vehicles : free parking at the Saint John Bosco Centre located opposite the Community Playground and beside The Railway Lodge Bed & Breakfast.Car Parking available at the following locations:Donegal Livestock Mart (behind the Saint John Bosco Centre) Four Masters GAA Pitch Revlin Mountcharles Road Donegal Town.Behind Donegal Tyre Centre Drumlonagher Donegal Town.Public Car Parks behind Main Street,Bank Walk, and any other designated parking areas available. LARGE CROWDS EXPECTED AS PARKING ARRANGEMENTS ANNOUNCED FOR TASTE OF DONEGAL FOOD FESTIVAL was last modified: August 20th, 2012 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:PARKING ARRANGEMENTSTASTE OF DONEGAL FOOD FESTIVAL
Cllr Ciaran Brogan with Mayor McGarveyFIANNA Fail councillor Ciaran Brogan accused Cllr Campbell of “selling his soul for 30 pieces of silver.”He said his party had stood steadfastly against the budget.He complained that Labour/FG/independents had refused to allow another adjournment. “People have huge concerns about this budget going forward,” said Cllr Brogan. FIANNA FAIL LEADER ON COUNCIL HITS OUT AT CLLR CAMPBELL was last modified: January 13th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Finn Harps can hold their heads up high as they gave it their all in their FAI Cup replay tonight.A craftier Drogheda Utd side proved to have a little more in the tank for Harps as they ended their cup dreams for yet another season winning 2-0.The Donegal side were forced to a replay at Hunky Dorys Park after a late equaliser at Finn Park last Friday night saw the game end 1-1 after a late eualiser from Drogheda. Harps tried to match their Premier League opposition in every department tonight and did so for the first half which ended scoreless.But Drogheda threw what proved to be the decisive punch in the 50th minute when Declan O’Brien finished Shane Grimes’ cross from close range to beat Ciaran Gallagher.Harps were living on half chances with both Kevin McHugh and Tommy McMonagle going close.Harps were dealt a major blow when they were reduced to ten men following the sending off of Damien McNulty in the 75th minute. Drogheda, with the numerical advantage, had the chance to finish off Harps in the 79th minute through Peter Hynes.Through on goal on a one-on-one with Harps ‘keeper Gallagher, Hynes tried a cheeky lob but was foiled well by the Harps number one.Peter Hutton’s side threw everything at Drogheda in the last ten minutes but Drogheda were happy to soak up the pressure with the extra man.Harps were given some glimmer of hope when the referee announced six minutes of injury time in the 90th minute.But whatever slight hope they had soon disappeared when Drogheda added a second in the 92nd minute through David Cassidy. Cassidy linked up with Ryan Brennan to ‘round Gallagher and apply a simple tap-in to make it 2-0.It was a cruel end to Harps gallant cup efforts this season.CRAFTY DROGHEDA END HEROIC HARPS’ CUP DREAMS was last modified: September 17th, 2013 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:Drogheda Utdfai cupfinn harps