first_imgSome of the many runners in the Glenswilly 5K.A terrific crowd of more than 600 runners and walkers turned up for the Glenswilly 5K this evening.Hosted in perfect conditions, the race was won by Letterkenny AC athlete Pauric Breslin in a time of 15.44, followed by his team-mates Adam Friel in 15.50 and Ivan Toner in 15.54.The women’s race was won by Letterkenny AC athlete Natasha Adams.But the real winner on the night was underage sport with all the money raised from the event going to the club’s underage structures.Club chairman Peter McConnell thanked all those who turned up on the night and made the fourth staging of the event one of the best yet.Glenswilly GAA 5K 2015 resultsPlace No Name Sex AG Club Time 1 98 Pauric Breslin m sm Letterkenny AC 15:442 23 Adam Friel m SM Letterkenny A C 15:503 11 Ivan Toner m SM Letterkenny AC 15:544 84 Jack McBride m JM Finn Valley 16:155 873 Dermott McElchar m SM Finn Valley 16:186 117 Michael Crawley m SM Ind 16:227 594 Natasha Adams w sw Letterkenny AC 16:488 76 Brian Ferry m SM individual 16:559 118 Edward Sweeney m SM Cranford AC 16:5810 21 Barry Meehan m SM Letterkenny A C 17:0111 702 Kevin McGee m M40 Individual 17:1112 105 Raymond Birch m SM Letterkenny A.C. 17:1413 871 Shane Gallagher m SM Finn Valley 17:1414 48 Peter O Donnell m SM 24 Seven 17:2815 302 Darren Price m SM Letterkenny A.C. 17:3716 231 Conor Boyce m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 17:3817 69 Noel Diver m SM Rosses AC 17:3918 263 Anthony Doherty m M45 milford 17:4019 68 Fionnuala Diver w SW Letterkenny A C 17:4520 16 Joe Gibbons m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 17:4821 9 Shaun Boyce m SM Speer Performance 17:5022 39 Paul Toner m M40 Letterkenny A C 17:5523 832 Dominic Bonner m m50 Finn Valley 17:5824 131 Martin Devenney m SM 24 Seven 18:0725 484 Liam Murray m SM individual 18:1026 234 Leonard Boyce m SM individual 18:1727 597 Shauna Mc Geehin w SW Letterkenny A.C. 18:1828 112 Jason McDaid m SM Letterkenny AC 18:2529 136 John Daly m M40 24 Seven 18:3030 872 Barry Gallagher m SM Finn Valley 18:3131 561 Mark Mc Ginley m JM Glenswilly Gaa 18:3832 116 Sinead Peoples w SW Letterkenny AC 18:5033 291 James Donaghey m M45 Convoy AC 18:5334 599 Michael Galvin m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 19:0735 106 Colin Mooney m SM Finn Valley 19:1036 104 John McFadden m SM Glenswilly 19:1337 843 Liam O’Donnell m SM Individual 19:1438 581 Matthew McGlynn m JM Ind 19:1539 798 Fergus Callaghan m SM Individual 19:1640 41 Cathal Gallagher m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 19:1941 863 Ben Mc Monagle m SM Rosses 19:1942 132 Oisin Crawford m SM Glenwswilly 19:2443 10 Jane McGinley w SW Letterkenny AC 19:2644 866 Cormac Callaghan m JM Glenswilly GAA 19:3045 70 Eamon Ward m M40 Glenswilly Gaa Club 19:3146 127 Lee Crearand m SM Glenwswilly 19:3147 25 Ciaran Gibbons m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 19:3748 32 Gavin Shevlin m SM Glenswilly 19:3949 17 Barry Mackey m M50 Letterkenny A C 19:4650 842 John rogers m SM Individual 19:4951 804 N.N. 804 19:5052 47 Troy Hegarty m SM Letterkenny A C 19:5253 110 Sean Boyce m M40 Individual 19:5254 493 Johnny McGinley m SM Glenswilly 19:5355 595 Eimear Mc Dermott w W40 Finn Valley A.C. 19:5556 598 Ciara Finnegan w JW Letterkenny A.C. 19:5857 862 Paul Lee m M45 Letterkenny A.C. 19:5858 35 Ruairi Crawford m SM Individual 20:0959 284 Mark McFadden m M40 Ind 20:1260 881 Stephen Long m SM Convoy Ac 20:1461 290 Mark McAteer m JM Ind 20:1662 111 Martin Anderson m M45 Finn Valley 20:1863 288 Shane McAteer m Ind 20:1964 807 Naoise Enright m SM Glenswilly 20:2065 560 Shaun Mc Ginley m SM Glenswilly Gaa 20:2266 139 Paul Stewart m SM 20:2267 440 Conor Faul m SM Glenswilly Gaa 20:2768 812 Marc Canning m SM Ind 20:2869 115 Brian O Donnell m M40 Swanlings 20:3070 831 Ciaran Doherty m SM 20:3171 830 George Rahmani m SM individual 20:3272 80 Deirdre Diver w SW Letterkenny A C 20:3273 485 Anthony Murray m M60 individual 20:3374 318 Mark Bonner m JM Glenswilly 20:3375 490 Dermot McGinley m SM Glenswilly 20:3476 799 James Whoriskey m SM Milford 20:3577 449 John Hughes m M50 Letterkenny A.C. 20:3678 36 Eamon Harkin m JM Individual 20:3779 146 Paul Sweeney m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 20:3880 147 Colly O’ Donnell m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 20:4081 114 Patrick McFadden m SM Glenswilly 20:4082 824 Niall Griffin m SM Frosses 20:4183 137 William Freney m M40 Raphoe Road Runners 20:4184 50 Patrick Trimble m M40 individual 20:4585 26 Sean O’Leary m M50 Finn Valley A C 20:5086 135 Gerard McConnell m SM Swanlings 20:5587 864 shane collins m SM individual 20:5688 204 Reid Kelly m SM Glenswilly 21:0489 67 Jason Flood m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 21:0490 65 Serina Mc Daid w SW Letterkenny A.C. 21:0591 14 Tiernan Boyle m JM Ind 21:0692 73 Chris Ashmore m M45 Run 4 Fun 21:1393 285 Paul McAteer m SM Ind 21:1594 92 Eddie Doherty m SM Ind 21:1695 79 Johnny Stewart m SM individual 21:1796 797 Liam McGinty m M45 Finn Valley 21:1897 108 Mary Hippsley w W40 Finn Valley 21:1898 18 Michelle Hunter w SW Finn Valley A C 21:1999 877 Pat Brady m M50 21:21100 480 Mickey Mc Daid m SM Glenswilly GAA 21:26101 87 Hugh Gallagher m M60 Letterkenny AC 21:27102 558 Gary Kelly m SM Glenswilly Gaa 21:32103 438 Eoghan Scott m SM Glenswilly Gaa 21:34104 410 Jude Hards m SM Letterkenny A.C. 21:35105 128 Sinead Boyle w W40 Rosses SA 21:35106 109 Ryan Diver m SM Glenswilly 21:41107 225 Shaun McDevitt m SM Ind 21:43108 264 Paul Breen w W40 Finn Valley 21:44109 61 Lee Breslin m SM Dunkinelly 21:46110 24 Philip O Donnell m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 21:47111 861 Noel Malley m SM Convoy 21:47112 308 Ryan Hunter m SM Glenswilly 21:47113 141 Stephen Shields m M45 Letterkenny A.C. 21:51114 309 Ciaran Hunter m JM Glenswilly 21:53115 124 Eugene Boyle w W45 Castlefin Running Club 21:55116 113 David McDyre m SM Ind 21:57117 823 Rory Reynolds m SM individual 21:59118 77 Sean O Donnell m M50 Swanlings 22:00119 138 Orian Doherty m M40 Swanlings 22:01120 498 Philip McGee w Ind 22:02121 489 Darren McGinley m SM Glenswilly 22:03122 716 Mark Doherty m SM Glenswilly 22:07123 846 Joe Coyle m sm 22:15124 90 Joe Molloy m M45 Ind 22:17125 562 James Carberry m SM Individual 22:19126 20 Caoimhin Marley m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 22:24127 236 Eugene Mc Ginley m M50 Raphoe Roadrunners 22:26128 40 Barry Molloy m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 22:29129 122 Caroline McNulty w SW Finn Valley 22:30130 821 Iam Alexander m M45 Ind 22:33131 818 John MCElwaine m SM Lifford 22:34132 407 Adrian Hards m M45 Individual 22:38133 93 James Doherty m M60 Milford Ac 22:38134 203 Jake Kelly m SM Glenswilly 22:42135 91 Brendan Gildea m SM Cranford AC 22:44136 103 N.N. 103 22:49137 27 Christopher Mc Monagle m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 22:49138 435 Stephen Mc Daid m SM Glenswilly Gaa 22:52139 144 Johnathon Wilson m SM 22:56140 269 Gerard Mc Grenra m M40 Glenswilly GAA 22:58141 126 Caroline Maguire w W40 Finn Valley 22:58142 287 Sharon McAteer w SW Ind 23:00143 826 Anne McGettigan w W40 Individual 23:00144 506 Sinead Campbell w SW Ind 23:03145 119 Ciaran McSherry m SM Slieve Gullion 23:04146 482 James Pat McDaid m sm Glenswilly 23:04147 134 Ernie Pollock m M50 Swanlings 23:06148 404 Conor Mc Ginty m SM Glenswilly Gaa 23:08149 140 Garyfalia Price m SM 23:09150 107 Emily Bonner w SW Individual 23:10151 59 Liam Mc Mullen m M40 Individual 23:17152 34 Teresa Winston w SW Milford 23:25153 22 Fiona Green w SW milford 23:25154 425 Donal Gallagher m SM Glenswilly Gaa 23:29155 49 Ciaran Kelly m M45 Finn Valley A C 23:30156 465 Daniel Mc Connell m SM Glenswilly Gaa 23:31157 311 Eimear Bradley w SW Ind 23:34158 867 Mark Bradley m M40 Individual 23:36159 751 Evan Duddy m JM Glenswilly GAA 23:38160 303 Matthew Price m SM Letterkenny A.C. 23:41161 781 Bernie Crossan w W45 Finn Valley A C 23:41162 573 Shaun McGinley m JM Glenswilly 23:42163 89 Shane Keavney m SM Ind 23:46164 838 Siobhan Doherty w W40 Milford 23:46165 66 Gloria Donaghy w W55 Finn Valley A C 23:49166 19 Paul O Brien m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 23:54167 64 Darren Friel m SM Glenswilly Gaa 23:54168 860 Craig Lyons m SM Individual 23:54169 443 Mark Mulholland m SM Glenswilly Gaa 23:58170 99 Kieran Boyle m M40 Individual 24:01171 405 Claire Molloy w W40 Individual 24:04172 882 Pat McCrudden m M60 Finn Valley 24:05173 453 Darragh Maguire m SM Glenswilly Gaa 24:08174 874 Conor McGuigan m SM Individual 24:08175 120 Marian Bangert w W55 Lifford AC 24:11176 305 Danielle Faye w SW Ind 24:12177 499 Katie McGee w Ind 24:13178 145 Mary Rice w W40 Killybega Swans 24:14179 835 Paddy Toye m M40 Individual 24:15180 133 Evelyn McGeehan w W40 Finn Valley Fit for Life 24:15181 878 Michelle Delaney w SW Tir Connaill 24:18182 879 Eileen McGeehan w SW Tir Connaill 24:18183 491 John McGinley m Glenswilly 24:18184 97 Sam Faulkner m SM Individual 24:19185 424 Danny Gallagher m M40 Individual 24:21186 825 Kathleen Griffin w SW Frosses 24:23187 584 Oisin Mc Daid m SM Glenswilly Gaa 24:25188 57 Marie Gibson w SW Run 4 Fun 24:29189 278 Oisin Mc Grenra m JM Glenswilly GAA 24:30190 7 Bridgeen Doherty w W40 Run 4 Fun 24:30191 233 Leon Boyce m JM individual 24:48192 232 Lee Boyce m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 24:48193 456 Jack Mc Glynn m SM Glenswilly Gaa 24:50194 844 Sinead McMenamin w SW Castlefin 24:50195 45 Michael Gibbons m M40 Individual 24:51196 570 Isabel Gardner w W40 Run 4 Fun 24:57197 571 Annmarie Roche w SW Run 4 Fun 24:57198 568 Joey O’Leary m M40 Castlefinn 24:57199 33 Joe Johnston m SM Individual 24:58200 406 Annmarie Harold w W40 Glenswilly Gaa 24:58201 46 Mary Martin w W55 Finn Valley A C 24:59202 130 Alfie McHale m M50 Ind 25:15203 102 Martina McDaid w SW Spear Performance 25:16204 95 Barry Tinney m M40 Ind 25:16205 703 Shane trearty m SM Individual 25:21206 12 Jake Fitzsimons m jm Glenswilly GAA 25:27207 100 Martin langan m M40 Convoy 25:30208 507 Mikey Toner m JM Ind 25:32209 289 Dillon McAteer m Ind 25:32210 559 Conor Kelly m SM Glenswilly Gaa 25:36211 809 Darragh Enright m SM Glenswilly 25:37212 793 Conor Mc Daid m JM Glenswilly GAA 25:39213 55 Paul Crerand m SM Glenswilly Gaa 25:43214 150 Dolorus Mc Glinchey w W40 Finn Valley A.C 25:43215 149 Marie Duffy w W40 Finn Valley A.C 25:46216 28 Gerry Burke m M50 individual 25:46217 865 Donna Thompson w SW Individual 25:49218 810 Matthew Enright m SM Glenswilly 25:50219 409 Imogen Hards w SW Letterkenny A.C. 25:51220 187 Eva Brennan w JW Individual 25:51221 38 Stephanie Dunleavy w W40 Speer Performance 25:55222 143 Ann Kelly w W40 26:05223 174 Blatunait Gallagher w JW Glenswilly 26:08224 29 Mary Higgins w W40 individual 26:10225 788 Nicole Hagan w SW individual 26:16226 101 Mary Hegarty Brogan w W40 Run 4 Fun 26:16227 876 Ingida Proberkaite w SW Individual 26:23228 419 Conor Mc Hugh m JM Glenswilly Gaa 26:25229 218 Shane McDaid m JM Glenswilly 26:26230 487 Eoghan Doherty m Glenswilly 26:27231 762 Ruairi Dowds m JM Glenswilly GAA 26:28232 478 Jamie Mc Auley m JM individual 26:37233 791 Emer Harley w SW individual 26:37234 267 Kyle McGarrigle m Ind 26:39235 429 Maria Carberry w SW Glenswilly Gaa 26:39236 62 Carmel Boland w W50 Finn Valley A.C 26:40237 815 Angela Trimble w W40 Individual 26:44238 221 Caolan Doherty m JM Glenswilly 26:45239 448 Oisin Ward m SM Glenswilly Gaa 26:48240 129 Claire Nelis w SW Ind 26:49241 152 Paul Doherty m JM individual 26:52242 417 Brian Mc Hugh m M45 Glenswilly Gaa 26:53243 166 Shania McLaughlin w JW Individual 26:56244 792 Kyle Canning m JM Glenswilly GAA 26:56245 880 Stephanie Brennan w SW Tir Connaill 26:57246 292 Ben O Connor m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 26:57247 457 Harry Mc Glynn m SM Glenswilly Gaa 26:58248 75 Anthony Doherty m SM individual 27:02249 837 Jean McGlinchey w W50 Individual 27:03250 822 B Molloy w SW Tir Chonaill 27:04251 179 Shane Devine m JM Individual 27:04252 530 Peter Russell m JM Individual 27:08253 796 Nicola Bonnar w SW Tir Connaill 27:09254 784 Aoibhain Horan w JW Glenswilly GAA 27:12255 88 Kevin Lynch m M45 Ind 27:17256 319 Darragh Bonner m JM Glenswilly 27:17257 252 Mary McBrearty w SW Run 4 Fun 27:19258 83 Petter Patton m M40 Ind 27:19259 875 Lorraine Boyce w SW Individual 27:24260 63 Aidan Friel m SM Glenswilly Gaa 27:26261 845 Manus Kelly m SM Glenswilly 27:28262 787 Andrea Mc Menamin w SW Tir Chonaill 27:32263 15 Cathal Herron m M50 Ind 27:35264 518 pauric Devine m JM Glenswilly 27:37265 82 Patrick Devin m M40 Glenwswilly 27:40266 466 Clare Mc Daid w SW Glenswilly Gaa 27:41267 782 Deirdre Horan w SW Glenswilly GAA 27:44268 423 Oisin Gallagher m SM Glenswilly Gaa 27:47269 253 Maureen McBrearty w W40 Run 4 Fun 27:48270 184 Nadine Friel w JW Glenswilly 27:50271 785 Brid Mc Hugh w SW Tir Chonaill 27:51272 829 Sean Bonnar m M50 Convoy 27:54273 71 Margo Mc Nally w SW individual 27:59274 125 Rosaleen Gallagher w W40 Termon GAA 28:05275 445 Bernie O’Donnell w W40 Milford A C 28:29276 447 Patrick Ward m SM Glenswilly Gaa 28:37277 94 Ann Doherty w W55 Milford Ac 28:41278 422 Amanda Gallagher w W40 Glenswilly Gaa 28:41279 473 Codie Friel w JW Glenswilly 28:44280 500 Orla Gallagher w JW Glenswilly 28:47281 477 Kevin Mc Auley m M40 Glenswilly GAA 28:50282 479 Eve Mc Auley w JW individual 28:50283 524 Danny McGinley m SM Individual 28:52284 72 Billy Broderick m M50 Killybegs 28:53285 169 Caoimhghin Boyle m JM Glenswilly 28:56286 13 Stephen McBride m JM Ind 29:00287 86 Naoimi McMenamin w JW Ind 29:11288 148 Andy G Gildea m M40 Swanlings 29:23289 314 Kelsee Faye w SW Ind 29:29290 304 Emma Price w SW Letterkenny A.C. 30:00291 585 Nathan Spratt m JM Ind 30:01292 85 Laura McMenamin w SW Ind 30:04293 434 Deirdre Mc Daid w SW Glenswilly Gaa 30:14294 60 Eamonn Langan m SM Glenswilly Gaa 30:15295 839 Gwen Farrell w W40 Tir Connaill 30:21296 758 Michaela Mc Monagle w JW Glenswilly GAA 30:24297 183 Caoimhe Friel w JW Glenswilly 30:24298 569 Annmarie Shiels w SW Run 4 Fun 30:27299 563 Colette Carberry w SW Individual 30:33300 476 Philip O Kennedy m SM individual 30:53301 556 Jamie McFadden m JM Glenswilly 31:01302 555 Marie McFadden w SW Glenswilly 31:01303 78 Mary O Donnell w W50 Swanlings 31:03304 44 Enda Nichols m M50 individual 31:05305 74 Liam Haughey m M50 Swanlings 31:05306 402 Kyle Lynch m SM Glenswilly Gaa 31:10307 841 Carl Finnerty m SM Individual 31:12308 840 John McCloskey m SM Individual 31:12309 96 Avril McCloskey w SW Ind 31:12310 801 Christopher Diver m SM Glenswilly 31:14311 803 Mandy Kelly m JM Glenswilly 31:15312 271 Michelle Murray w JW Glenswilly 31:29313 151 Cliona Doherty w W40 individual 31:30314 190 Sonya Baxter w SW Glenswilly 31:32315 276 Conor Mc Grenra m JM Glenswilly GAA 31:37316 501 Zach Gallagher m JM Glenswilly 31:39317 817 Eva McCloskey w SW Individual 31:48318 836 Noreen Sharkey w W55 Individual 32:16319 421 Gemma Gallagher w SW Glenswilly Gaa 32:27320 794 Jarlath Duffy m M45 individual 32:39321 795 Marnie Duffy w W40 individual 32:39322 827 Anne Quinn w SW individual 32:56323 461 Breid Whoriskey w SW Glenswilly Gaa 33:09324 462 Catriona Graham w SW Glenswilly Gaa 33:09325 56 Marian Cullen m SW Run 4 Fun 33:13326 786 Aoibhain Porter w SW Tir Chonaill 33:25327 534 Conor Duddy m JM Glenwswilly 33:29328 750 Bronagh Duddy w SW individual 33:30329 170 Seamus Temple m M60 Individual 33:32330 30 Marina Cassidy w W50 individual 33:33331 37 Catriona Nee w W50 Individual 33:33332 180 William Devine m JM Individual 33:36333 523 Odhran Canning m JM Individual 33:41334 58 Cian Carberry m SM Glenswilly Gaa 33:51335 576 Paul MCEldowney m SM Ind 33:52336 577 Jake MCEldowney m JM Ind 33:52337 31 Heather Hunter w SW Agharan 33:53338 165 Siobhan Mc Laughlin w SW individual 33:55339 163 Fiona Mc Connell w W40 Glenswilly Gaa Club 33:55340 307 Martin Hunter m M45 Glenswilly 33:58341 206 Fred Houston m SM Ind 34:00342 306 Lorraine McBrearty w SW Ardara 34:05343 6 Breda Doherty w SW Ind 34:10344 142 Bernie Brennan w SW 34:10345 281 John Lapsley m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 34:19346 475 Rory O Kennedy m JM individual 34:22347 519 Avril Larkin w SW Individual 34:24348 575 MARTINA Harley w SW Ind 34:24349 450 Ryan Mc Connell m SM Glenswilly Gaa 34:29350 51 Danny Mc Fadden m SM Glenswilly Gaa 34:50351 254 Shay McMonagle m JM Glenswilly 34:59352 488 Ronan Doherty m Glenswilly 35:03353 173 Eileen O’Donnell w JW Individual 35:09354 502 Eithne Wallace w SW Ind 35:14355 274 Kaitlyn McAteer w JW Glenswilly 35:21356 277 Ronan Mc Grenra m JM Glenswilly GAA 35:34357 275 Martina Mc Grenra w SW Glenswilly GAA 35:35358 301 Cillian Bonner m SM Glenswilly 35:37359 205 Darcey Kelly w SW Glenswilly 35:37360 426 Lucy Grant w SW Glenswilly Gaa 35:43361 222 Michael Doherty m JM Glenswilly 35:49362 403 Adam Lynch m SM Glenswilly Gaa 35:54363 578 Roisin Conaghan w JW Ind 35:54364 583 Shannon Mc Daid w JW Glenswilly Gaa 36:03365 161 Corina Gibbons w JW Glenswilly Gaa Club 36:10366 246 Michael Gallagher m SM Ind 36:17367 280 Dermot Moy m JM Glenswilly GAA 36:20368 714 Luke Patton m SM Glenswilly 36:21369 833 Lisa Gallagher w SW Tir Connaill 36:21370 317 Megan Bonner w JW Glenswilly 36:21371 316 Deirdre Bonner w SW Ind 36:23372 789 Noelle Crossan w JW individual 36:31373 790 Megan Burke w JW individual 36:31374 208 Karen Houston w SW Ind 36:32375 464 Carmel Mc Ginty w SW Glenswilly Gaa 36:34376 262 Brid McDaid w SW Glenswilly 36:34377 566 Lorcan Callaghan m JM Individual 36:45378 315 Shaun Bonner m SM Glenswilly 37:03379 557 Sinead Kelly w SW Individual 37:04380 418 Mary Mc Hugh w W40 Glenswilly Gaa 37:08381 216 Noreen Russell w SW Glenswilly 37:09382 162 Frances Mc Bride w W40 Glenswilly Gaa Club 37:13383 283 Ciara McDevitt w Glenswilly 37:23384 156 Charlie Kane m M60 Glenswilly Gaa Club 37:26385 188 Peter McGlynn m M60 Individual 37:34386 753 Ciara Mc Elwaine w JW individual 38:00387 754 Daragh Mc Elwaine m JM individual 38:09388 752 Ronan Mc Elwaine m JM individual 38:10389 474 Jayden Friel m JM Glenswilly 38:22390 181 Brian Devine m JM Glenswilly 38:22391 468 Charlie Cannon m M60 Ind 38:30392 783 Rena Horan w JW Glenswilly GAA 38:31393 230 Eileen Boyce w SW individual 38:41394 715 Lucy Patton w SW Glenswilly 38:43395 712 Gary Patton m SM Glenswilly 38:43396 494 Sean Mc Daid m JM Glenswilly GAA 38:49397 536 Jayden Harkin m JM Ind 39:10398 313 Tara Stewart w SW Ind 39:29399 312 Elaine Wilkin w SW Ind 39:30400 510 N.N. 510 39:31401 508 Teresa Canning w SW Ind 39:31402 719 Ann Marie Mailey w SW Glenswilly 40:13403 574 anna vaughan w W50 Glenwswilly 40:13404 272 Paddy McAteer m JM Glenswilly 40:36405 270 Ronan McAteer m JM Glenswilly 40:37406 528 Leonie McBride w JW Individual 40:39407 273 Michelle McAteer w JW Glenswilly 40:39408 176 Grace Gallagher w W40 Individual 40:45409 463 Lucia Dunleavey w SW Glenswilly Gaa 40:46410 251 Caroline McMonagle w W40 Glenswilly 40:47411 420 Michaela Mc Hugh w SW Glenswilly Gaa 40:49412 217 Anna Russell w JW Glenswilly 40:50413 441 Lara Faul w SW Glenswilly Gaa 40:50414 503 Katie Murray w JW Glenswilly 40:50415 167 Niamh McLaughlin w JW Individual 40:53416 159 Zoe Lynch w JW individual 40:54417 250 Aoife Sheridan w JW Ind 41:02418 245 Coral Mott w JW Glenswilly 41:02419 261 Orla McDaid w JW Glenswilly 41:23420 756 Patrick Mc Monagle m SM Glenswilly GAA 41:25421 215 Charlie McDevitt m SM Glenswilly 41:25422 164 Claire Mc Connell w JW individual 41:27423 470 Leah Crossan w SW Glenswilly 42:06424 469 Karen McHugh w SW Glenswilly 42:16425 189 Theresa Crawford w W40 Glenswilly 42:17426 408 Moira Hards w SW Individual 42:51427 757 Anne Mc Monagle w SW Glenswilly GAA 42:51428 214 Aoife Gallagher w JW Glenswilly 42:57429 452 Orlaith Maguire w SW Glenswilly Gaa 42:57430 213 Suana Byrne w JW Glenswilly 42:57431 592 Leah Mullen w JW Glenwswilly 42:58432 517 Aoife Devine w JW Glenswilly 43:00433 195 Tanya Harold w JW Individual 43:00434 710 Mikey McLaughlin m SM Glenswilly 43:11435 455 Cathy Mc Glynn w SW Glenswilly Gaa 43:34436 202 N.N. 202 43:36437 201 Carl Kelly m SM Glenswilly 43:36438 454 Damien Mc Glynn m SM Glenswilly Gaa 43:36439 415 Belinda Doherty w SW Individual 43:40440 460 Jamie Doherty m SM Individual 43:40441 535 Karen Duddy w SW Glenwswilly 43:44442 525 Brigid Murray w SW Individual 43:48443 237 Kate Mc Ginley w SW Raphoe Roadrunners 43:49444 431 Rosie Doherty w SW Individual 43:57445 701 Ita McGee w SW Individual 43:59446 472 Donna McCallion w SW Ind 44:16447 552 Ciaran Gallagher m SM Glenswilly 44:17448 5 Peter Doherty m SM Ind 44:18449 527 Bridin McDaid w JW Individual 44:19450 282 Katie Lapsley w JW Glenswilly Gaa Club 44:20451 175 Kelly Black w JW Glenswilly 44:23452 182 Katie Friel w JW Glenswilly 44:26453 266 Katie McGarrigle w Ind 44:30454 579 Sophie McDaid w SW Ind 45:37455 580 Pauline Kelly w SW Ind 45:38456 279 Mary Moy w SW Glenswilly GAA 45:40457 219 Helen Doherty w SW Glenswilly 45:41458 220 Angela Doherty w SW Glenswilly 45:41459 433 Marie Mc Daid w SW Glenswilly Gaa 45:47460 538 Majella McGettigan w SW Ind 45:48461 513 Kevin Kealy m JM Ind 45:55462 212 Gary McDaid m SM Glenswilly 45:56463 512 Chloe Tinney w JW Ind 45:58464 193 Colm Harold m SM Glenswilly 46:02465 194 Sheila Harold w SW Individual 46:03466 249 Shannon Sheridan w JW Ind 46:23467 248 Nicole Sheridan w SW Ind 46:23468 401 Raymond Lynch m SM Individual 46:23469 451 Eileen Mc Connell w SW Glenswilly Gaa 46:24470 300 Oisin Mc Devitt m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 46:25471 178 Brigid Friel w W40 Individual 46:50472 177 Donna Devine w W40 Individual 46:51473 199 Mia McCool w JW Glenswilly 46:56474 198 Paul McCool m SM Glenswilly 46:56475 446 Deirdre Ward w SW Glenswilly Gaa 47:05476 497 Grace McGee w Ind 47:05477 153 Gerard Patterson m SM individual 47:32478 155 Mairead Mc Glynn w SW individual 47:32479 816 Trish Callaghan w SW Ind 47:37480 713 Claire Patton w SW Glenswilly 47:37481 8 Benny Sweeney m M45 Convoy AC 47:49482 293 Lily O Connor w JW Glenswilly Gaa Club 48:00483 540 Reece Duffy m JM Glenwswilly 48:05484 591 Lorraine Harley w SW Ind 48:07485 539 Eileen Timoney w W40 Glenwswilly 48:08486 168 Kaitlyn Scott McBride w JW Individual 48:12487 4 Erin Lafferty w JW Ind 48:17488 54 Megan Frize w SW Glenswilly Gaa 48:17489 521 Dana Canning w SW Individual 48:21490 526 Mary McDaid w SW Individual 48:21491 522 Sharon McDaid w SW Individual 48:21492 567 Chloe Callaghan w JW Individual 48:27493 587 Henry Spratt m M60 Ind 48:28494 529 paul Kelly m SM Individual 48:29495 709 Evan McLaughlin m SM Glenswilly 48:36496 295 Siobhan Mc Cloone w SW Glenswilly Gaa Club 48:36497 294 Pat O Connor m SM Glenswilly Gaa Club 48:36498 572 Margaret Coyle w SW Individual 48:39499 298 Adam Mc Devitt m JM individual 48:55500 299 Cadhan Friel m JM Glenswilly Gaa Club 48:58501 297 Jackie Cole w SW individual 48:58502 296 Wendy Cole w SW Glenswilly Gaa Club 48:58503 1 John Lafferty m M50 Ind 48:58504 3 Ava Lafferty w JW Ind 48:58505 200 Kyle McCool m JM Individual 49:40506 504 Maureen Murray w SW Glenswilly 49:40507 505 Sheila McGrenra w SW Ind 49:40508 197 Nuala McCool w SW Glenswilly 49:41509 210 Fidelma McDaid w SW Glenswilly 49:41510 430 Brid Carberry w SW Glenswilly Gaa 49:43511 759 Maureen Byrne w SW individual 49:44512 551 Fidelma Doherty w W50 Glenswilly 49:44513 437 Mary Rose Scott w SW Glenswilly Gaa 49:52514 172 Anita O’Donnell w W40 Individual 49:53515 766 hannah Patton w SW Individual 49:54516 240 Cara Black w JW Ind 49:55517 247 Marian Gallagher w SW Ind 50:01518 244 Emma Porter w SW Ind 50:01519 243 Meliosa McDevitt w SW Ind 50:01520 241 Gavin Black m JM Ind 50:10521 717 Jack McFadden m SM Individual 50:15522 718 Bernie McFadden w SW Glenswilly 50:21523 458 James Doherty m SM Individual 50:32524 238 Fiona Black w SW Ind 50:32525 242 Caoimhe Nagle w JW Ind 50:32526 459 Annmarie Doherty w SW Individual 50:33527 191 Toyah Baxter w JW Individual 50:53528 157 Rebecca Nelly w SW individual 50:56529 868 Fidelma McFadden w SW Glenswilly 50:57530 869 peter McFadden m SM Glenswilly 50:58531 590 Donna McFadden w SW Glenwswilly 51:00532 226 Oisin Martin m JM Ind 51:03533 553 Brigid Gibbon w W50 Individual 51:10534 565 Ellen Callaghan w W40 Individual 51:10535 224 Marie Ronaghan w SW Ind 51:25536 223 Bernie Boyle w SW Ind 51:25537 811 Sean Enright m SM Glenswilly 51:38538 814 Ailish 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711 John McLaughlin m SM Glenswilly 54:54586 708 Jim McLaughlin m SM Glenswilly 54:54587 707 Catriona McLaughlin w SW Glenswilly 55:09588 160 Aoife Campbell w JW Glenswilly Gaa Club 55:13589 52 Rachel Browne w JW Glenswilly Gaa 55:14590 582 Sorcha Dolan w JW Ind 55:53591 185 Irene Regan w W50 Individual 55:55592 186 Angela Dolan w W50 Individual 55:55593 53 Emmett Browne m SM Glenswilly Gaa 56:55594 2 Alfie Lafferty m JM Ind 56:58595 158 Charlene Nelly w JW individual 56:59596 515 Killian Doran m JM Ind 57:03597 531 Kathleen Mckenna w W40 Ind 57:28598 533 Ursula Mckenna w W55 Ind 57:28599 516 Joey Doran m JM Ind 57:38600 514 Mary Duddy w SW Ind 57:40601 589 Bride sPRATT w W55 Ind 57:55602 755 Frances Mc Grenra w W55 Glenswilly GAA 57:56603 171 Eamonn Maguire m M60 Individual 58:55MORE THAN 600 TAKE PART IN GLENSWILLY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 23rd, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new 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first_imgA year ago, I looked on the web for information about repairing a poorly designed SIP (structural insulated panel) roof system. I found Green Building Advisor and posted questions here. It was suggested that I share my roof repair experience for the benefit of others who may be grappling with the same misfortune as mine. Here is my story.In 1997, my two sisters remodeled a summer cottage built by my great-grandfather, Victor Poole, in Bailey’s Harbor, Wisconsin. They replaced most of the house with a SIP system. At the time, this was a new method. The roof is made of 16 foot long panels, either 3 feet, 4 feet, or 6 feet wide, spanning from the ridge to the eaves. Each panel has a groove in each edge which receives a 3 3/8-inch spline made of extruded polystyrene (XPS) faced with OSB on the inside and outside surfaces. There is no structural lumber incorporated in the panel joints.The core of each panel is made of 7 1/4-inch-thick expanded polystyrene (EPS); the EPS is faced with 1/2-inch OSB on both the inner and outer surfaces. The total panel thickness matches that of a 2×8. No help from the SIP manufacturerThree or four years ago, the mounts for the rooftop TV antenna gave out and we began to notice swelling under the asphalt shingles where the seams between the roof panels were splined together (see Image #1, above). RELATED ARTICLES Q&A: Is it possible to repair a SIP roof that is rotting?Q&A: Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) roof decayHow to Protect Structural Insulated Panels from DecayHow to Make a SIP Roof BetterTrouble on the Roof Air Sealing SIP Seams Catastrophic rotThis project was a can of worms. Moist air movement in SIP seams can be catastrophic. I was so afraid that my roof was in terrible shape that I considered tearing off the roof and replacing it with an energy-inefficient roof.I took a vacation from my regular life to be on site for this project. The two crews I hired were great to work with. Their philosophy was that they would find a way to solve the problems that came up, and they did.The roofing crews tried to give us a quote based on what we thought we would find, but what we found was different. They adapted quickly. They were good at thinking and hashing out ideas in a genuine and diplomatic manner. Since I was right there, we made decisions in five minutes that could have taken hours or days otherwise.This project took 14 work days to complete, but that time frame included 154 square feet of conventional re-roofing. Advise to owners of SIP roofsSIP construction requires extremely tight joints. Joints should be filled with foam continuously or at close intervals so that there is no chance for air movement. If there is any way to incorporate an air barrier on the inside surface of the roof, then that should be also be done — with great care and attention to detail.Wiring and plumbing passageways in foam panels should be foamed-in where possible to block air movement. Indoor humidity levels in winter (especially in cold climates) should be monitored and controlled.If you are not good at details or obsessing over a tight fit, then you should not attempt to install a SIP roof. But if your SIP roof has crumbled, my experience is that it can be successfully repaired.For a SIP roof repair project, these questions must be answered:Is the roof structurally sound enough to be worked on?Can the upward/outward movement of moist house air be stopped?Can I find a contractor who understands this kind of work, who is willing to take on a project of uncertain scope?For my project, we discovered a roof with no viable outside nailing surface. We were able to scrape off the rotten OSB and apply a new nailing surface on a 12/12 pitch roof. A small amount of the OSB was sound, so we had to fit the new plywood around it. We encountered the most difficult roof conditions and managed to prevail.I feel that we have adequately addressed the causes of the failure and restored the roof to its original structural and functional condition. Let’s see if the test of time agrees. I will keep you posted. The design of the SIPs and caulking method prescribed for sealing the seams between the panels did not prevent moist inside air in wintertime from traveling upward within the seams and eventually condensing on the asphalt felt underlayment. Over the years, water accumulated on the OSB, especially at the seams. A spot inspection over a seam revealed that the glue that held the OSB chips together was decomposing from the excess moisture. Galvanized roofing nails were rusting through and some shingles were coming loose. Though the outside OSB on the panels was structurally compromised, and the panel’s unsupported span was 16 feet in many places, structural failure was not a concern.I sought help from the company that sold us the panels. I knew that the SIP design and the prescribed caulking material were at least part of the problem. Other SIP roofs with similar construction details must also be failing or have failed. The company should have already encountered these problems and I hoped that they would be eager to help their customers with proven remedies. However, they were quick to refuse any guidance at all. They advised me to look to the building contractor for solutions and seemed unwilling to acknowledge that their design was flawed. Gluing new plywood to the EPS panel coresOnce this work was done, the roof was swept and blown clean with a leaf blower.We needed a system to apply pressure to the new layer of 9/16 inch plywood that we were gluing to the EPS panels. The roof was too steep for weights to be a reliable solution.We talked about using 8-inch-long screws to go through the 7 1/4 inched of foam to the inner OSB (which was also the ceiling). We settled on an idea that used the 2x8s that were located in the ridge and at the eave for fastening a series of 18-foot-long 2x6s, on edge, using 8-inch hex-head wood screws (see Image #7, below).We would lay down a grid of PL300 foam adhesive from a large caulk gun, match the surfaces of the rigid foam and the new plywood, hold them apart till tacky, and then reset the piece of plywood and quickly bolt down a few of the 18-foot 2x6s on edge over the plywood.To focus the pressure on the glued plywood, we used 2 or 3 opposing stacked cedar shingles, and drove them together with a hammer until we had the plywood pressed against the roof. Glue setting time was 20 minutes. We ran the 4’x8′ sheets of plywood horizontally and avoided having a plywood seam break over the EPS panel seams. The south roof wasn’t as rottenThe south-facing roof was in much better condition because the sun baked out more of the moisture from the OSB. Though the panel edges were swollen and crumbling, the OSB elsewhere was solid enough to be nailed into.We decided to glue and air-nail a layer of 9/16-inch plywood over the original OSB (see Image #8, below). As I did on the north roof, I drilled holes on 8-inch centers along the panel edges to blow Great Stuff canned spray foam into the spaces between the splines and the panels.Once we had new plywood on the roof surface, the rest of the roofing project proceeded predictably and quickly. The whole job took about two weeks.center_img Adding canned spray foam to the SIP seamsI began to hope that all the OSB on the north roof was soft and rotten — that would have made removal of the OSB easier — but that was not the case. After the panels were scraped clean of the rotted OSB, they still looked like OSB, because the texture and color was embedded in the foam.All the rotted OSB on the roof was scraped off the foam panel surface. We pulled the partially rotted 3 3/8-inch-wide OSB strip from the block spline of each joint. When these splines were manufactured, the foam in the block splines was kerfed with a saw to a depth of about 2 inches, presumably to give the splines some “give” (see the illustration above). We broke out 2 inches of the EPS spline, down to this kerf, to create a channel to lay down a layer of spray foam in the panel joint where there was once space that allowed interior air into the seam. I then drilled 3/8-inch holes on 8 inch centers, to blow Great Stuff canned spray foam into the space between the block spline and panel. (Canned spray foam produces more volume and cures faster if it is sprayed with a mist of water.) On the north side, most of the OSB was rottenThe most important thing, I felt, was to find a way to stop air movement in the panel seams. If that could not be accomplished, the problem would eventually return. I had to wait till the roofing was torn off before I could decide what to do.My sister located a coalition of two locally well-known contractors: Up Top Roofing, operated by Jim McCarthy from Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin; and Appleport Builders, operated by Terry Lindenberg of Sister Bay, Wisconsin.Terry had experience with SIP construction. He and his crew were involved in the job for as long as we needed them to adequately address the unique problems of repairing a rotting SIP roof. The combined manpower of the two crews was enough to get the roof done quickly.On August 1st, we set up scaffolding for the north-facing roof, which has a 12/12 pitch. Terry adapted two long ladders so that they could be hooked over the peak. The asphalt shingles were loosely attached and came off in large gobs (see Image #2 at the bottom of the article). We quickly learned that that the OSB was rotten — not just at the seams, but across almost the entire roof (see Image #3). Our plan for repair and cost estimates were discarded.I found two garden hoes in the shed, and they became our most useful tool for removing the OSB chips from the EPS panels (see Image #4, below). The illustration above shows, top to bottom: (1) the block spline with the 3 3/8-inch-wide rotted OSB strip removed, (2) the EPS foam broken out to the depth of the kerf, (3) the resulting space filled with Great Stuff canned spray foam.Image #5 (at the bottom of the article) shows how we re-foamed the seam splines. A Japanese pull saw was great for sawing the foam flush with the roof once the foam had cured. We ended up with an unvented “hot” roofOne other approach that we considered, but did not use, would have been to strip the OSB, then glue 1×3 nailing strips on 16 inch centers, vertically, then nail or screw the plywood to them. This would have created ventilation channels for the roof. The ridge and eave would have had to be vented.SIP roofs can get really hot. Installing asphalt shingles over foam insulation without ventilation channels can reduce the lifespan of the shingles. Some shingle manufacturers void their regular warranties on such installations. Providing ventilation channels would also have allowed any moisture that migrated through the panels to drain off or evaporate.The ventilation channels would have kept the roofing shingles cooler, and would also have kept the outside layer of OSB (the nailing surface) drier. Allan Poole is a Connecticut Licensed Arborist who lives in Middlefield, Connecticut. He has owned and operated his own tree service business for the past 36 years. He and his wife Nancy designed and built their own energy-efficient oak timber frame home in 1981.last_img read more

first_imgWe explore French artist and filmmaker Hervé Cohen’s “Life Underground,” a hybrid art installation documentary collaboration with Tonian Irving.All images via “Life Underground.”We live in a world that is somehow both highly connected (through complex transportation systems and online communities) yet also very divided — by political, social, and ethical boundaries. For one French filmmaker and interactive designer, Hervé Cohen, art presents a way to connect the dots.At this year’s SXSW Conference, Cohen’s “Life Underground” exhibit — a part of the SXSW Arts Program — showcases how this documentary filmmaker can use a traditional medium (film) in a non-traditional way by creating an interactive exhibit that allows audiences to seamlessly travel between 13 different subway stations across the globe. At each stop, audiences encounter three different stories of people from different nationalities, orientations, and worldviews for a broader appreciation of the whole.We chatted with Cohen about his project, the idea behind it, how he did it, and what he hopes it will accomplish.The Cinematic Beauty of the UndergroundOne of the biggest goals I have for this project is to reveal the beauty of underground places. It’s very cinematic. I’m from Paris originally, where I know my city and my subway, but I’m fascinated by exploring other urban transit environments and meeting the people who travel them every day.“Life Underground” is about as ambitious a project as they come — it spans continents, cities, and perspectives. From Montreal to Los Angeles to Hong Kong and back to Madrid, Cohen’s vérité -style camera follows both foot traffic and people at rest while interviewing subjects along the way.An Interactive DocumentaryOriginally the idea was to do a feature-length documentary, but for now it’s meant to be used online on a computer as a individual experience, or to be viewed as an installation where it’s a shared experience — just like people would share space in a subway.Cohen’s installation at SXSW is meant for both online and in-person audiences. At SXSW, the exhibit is set up in an intimate room with four large-scale, free-standing projections, each looping through more than 10 passenger stories; however, online, viewers can control the experience by clicking through the different stops however they’d like.A Point A-to-Point B LifeSubways are usually channeling in and out of big metropolitan areas where you have people from all different places on Earth brought together. It’s the same urban point A-to-point B lifestyle that brings people together. Different backgrounds, but the same human energy.Cohen talks a lot about the odd juxtaposition each city represents. On one hand, each environment is completely different from the others in regards to languages, colors and people; however, on the other hand, because they are such heavily populated areas, the same divisiveness is persistent throughout.Capturing Authentic MomentsFor most of the production, I primarily shot on a Sony a7S II — which because of its small size people wouldn’t usually pay much attention to me. At each city, I had an assistant, who would also serve as translator, working with a Zoom H6 to record ambient sounds and the interviews.The Sony a7S II really is about as inconspicuous as they come. However, Cohen’s genuine nature and artistic approachability allowed him to connect with people and film the interviews in a meaningful way. As you watch, people open up about their dreams, their fears, their anxieties, and the other aspects of their daily lives. When you watch several at the same time, these stories begin to blend together in a way that is both soothing and fascinating.“Life Underground,” like its subjects, is an ongoing project. Cohen plans to continue capturing more cities’ subways — Warsaw is now complete, and Taiwan is up next. To find out more about the project, and experience it yourself, take a look here.For more coverage of the artists and filmmakers at SXSW, check out some of these articles.SXSW Tips: How to Take Your VR Experience to the Next LevelTips from SXSW: Filming with Your Camera in MotionSXSW Discussions: 7 Tips on How to Develop a Digital DocuseriesSXSW Talks: The 7 Key Factors to Revamping Decades of CodeInnovative Production Tips from the Filmmakers of SXSWlast_img read more

first_imgA senior faculty member of the leading Ahmedabad-based design school,National Institute of Design (NID) has been expelled following several complaints of sexual harassment against him by students. Krishnesh Mehta was allowed to resign and be relieved with immediate effect after he expressed regret and tendered an apology, the institute said in a release on Saturday.A committee set up by NID had found the charges of sexual harassment genuine, and recommended his termination as a faculty member. “Based on the enquiry report and findings, a show cause notice was issued to Krishnesh Mehta, and as it is a repeat offence, why his services should not be terminated. The reply given by him was not satisfactory nor was [he] showing any signs of remorse and therefore it was decided to terminate his services,” the Institute stated in a release on Saturday.“Being a senior faculty member, regretting his conduct and behaviour, and preferring to leave the services instead of being terminated, his request was considered and he was relieved from the services of NID with effect from the October 5th,” the release added.A group of students had complained about undesirable and out-of-syllabus references to sexuality and sexual relations and behaviour in Mr. Mehta’s classes. In the past, based on a complaint pertaining to his behavior amounting to sexual harassment, for which he tendered a written apology, he was awarded the punishment of the stoppage of one increment, and was also issued a strong warning that such conduct would be dealt with sternly in the future. “He is not being allowed to even enter the campus,” NID-Ahmedabad Director Pradhyumana Vyas said.last_img read more

first_img Continue Reading Previous Express Logic: X-Ware IoT platform supports Microsoft Azure IoT SDKNext How embedded projects run into trouble: Jack’s Top Ten – Number Five ETAS Connections 2018 will take place on October 22 and 23 in Stuttgart’s Wagenhallen. Many esteemed decision-makers and experts will convene at this annual event to discuss topics important to the automotive industry’s future. This year’s focus lies on the topic “What are the challenges in the development of autonomous driving systems?”The age of autonomous robots is upon us. At home, on farms, in the air, and on the road – smart systems are assisting us everywhere and this is only the beginning. Autonomous driving is drawing closer. But will it help us turn the vision of accident-free driving into reality? What is the state of the art? Where are the barriers? What are the challenges? What can we achieve today?Together with the Advisory Board, an impressive line-up of international speakers addressing the following topics was organized:•            Simulation-based development •            Data-driven development •            Software development methods and tools for level 2 to 5 systems •            Adaptive AUTOSAR •            Software platforms for autonomous driving •            Artificial intelligence in autonomous vehicles •            Functional safety and SOTIF (Safety of the Intended Functionality) •            Security as the key to digital transformationShare this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Tools & Software last_img read more

first_imgRangers boss Gerrard won’t keep Ejaria from returning to Liverpoolby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveRangers boss Steven Gerrard won’t hold onto Ovie Ejaria against his will.The on-loan Liverpool midfielder could seek a return to Anfield in January.Asked what was behind the issue, Gerrard said: “That’s what I’m going to try and find out during the conversations. “At times, he has looked fantastic but I think his form has dipped slightly in the last couple of days, so I need to find out.”Ovie is a very quiet kid, he doesn’t give you much. I might have to dig deep to try and find out what’s going on. “He’s a young kid, he’s living away from his family. There might be other stuff going on in his life that I’m not aware of yet.”The reality is he’s a Liverpool player and Liverpool have almost got to take charge of this.”Yes, we’ve got a loan situation with Ovie but we wouldn’t keep a kid who was unhappy. I wouldn’t stand in any kid’s way whether he was signed with us or on loan.”I want players here who are committed and want to help and want to play here.” TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

first_imgAvery johnsons smiles at alabama podium.avery johnson alabamaAvery Johnson turned in a pretty decent season in his first year as head coach of Alabama men’s basketball, leading the rebuilding Crimson Tide to an 18-15 record and an NIT berth. Johnson was previously a pretty successful NBA head coach, leading the Dallas Mavericks to the NBA Finals in 2006, competing against great head coaches like the San Antonio Spurs’ Gregg Popovich.After his first season in Tuscaloosa, Johnson thinks there are some pretty significant similarities between Alabama’s Nick Saban and Popovich, two of the great coaches ever in their respective sports. He discussed those similarities on ESPN’s Mike & Mike this morning. SEC Country transcribed the interview:“You look at Coach Saban, look at all the guys that are going in the first round this year,” Johnson told the show Monday morning. “Those guys, every single day — I’ve been on the practice field with those guys — Coach Saban gets after them really hard. But they listen, they take it and all of those guys are very competitive. Coach Saban and Coach Popovich, they have a lot in common.”…“They’re both about habits, and habits are formed in practice,” Johnson said. “When you look at what happens in the game, it’s a direct reflection on the discipline and details that their teams perform with in practice. Both guys are very, very competitive — I don’t think either of them wants to lose a game of checkers or chess — and they have a high level of expectation every single day with everything that they do.”At first glance, Saban and Popovich don’t seem that similar, but they definitely share a bunch of traits the more you think about it.[SEC Country]last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: Enforcement Directorate told a Delhi court on Thursday that Christian Michel, the alleged middleman arrested in the AgustaWestland VVIP Chopper scam, and other accused received 42 million euros as kickbacks in the deal.The probe agency, in its 3,000-page supplementary charge sheet also named David Syms, Michel’s alleged business partner, and two firms owned by them– Global Trade and Commerce Ltd and Global Services FZE — as accused. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’In its first charge sheet, filed against Michel in June 2016, ED had alleged that Michel and others received EUR 30 million (about Rs 225 crore) from AgustaWestland. Special Judge Arvind Kumar said he will decide on whether to take cognisance of the ED’s supplementary charge sheet and to summon the accused on April 6. ED’s special public prosecutors D P Singh and N K Matta told the court that British nationals Syms and Michel through their firms had received the money without undertaking any work against the receipt of such amount. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KThe money was received by the firms to execute the 12 helicopters deal but no helicopters were bought, ED said. “The money was paid by Westland Group companies to these two firms. The money was then routed to different companies and individuals. This was done through these two firms in which both (Michel and Syms) of them are directors… Syms’ bank statement records showed that substantial amount has been credited to it,” ED said. The agency said that this money trail completed the missing link in the total EUR 70 million trail of the AgustaWestland deal which was being investigated by it. ED said that EUR 28 million was routed through the other channel by co-accused lawyer Gautam Khaitan, Rajeev Saxena and his wife Shivani and their firms. It had earlier alleged, in the charge sheet, that companies owned by Saxena and his wife — Interstellar Technologies, Mauritius, UHY Saxena, Dubai, Matrix — have received proceeds of crime from Global Services FZE. ED had claimed that Michel had entered into 12 contracts through two of his firms with Finmeccanica, AgustaWestland, Westland Helicopters, UK and so on. Michel, extradited from Dubai in December last year, was one of the three middlemen being probed in the case, besides Guido Haschke and Carlo Gerosa, by the ED and the CBI. On January 1, 2014, India scrapped the contract with Italy-based Finmeccanica’s British subsidiary AgustaWestland for supplying 12 AW-101 VVIP choppers to the IAF over alleged breach of contractual obligations and charges of paying kickbacks to the tune of Rs 423 crore by it for securing the deal. The CBI on September 1, 2017, had filed a charge sheet in the case in which Michel was named as one of the accused.last_img read more

A week ago, I wrote about how both the Los Angeles Dodgers and Houston Astros are in rare historical company this season. According to FiveThirtyEight’s Elo power ratings — which measure a team’s strength at any moment — each is playing roughly as well as the fabled 1927 Yankees played. But this season’s top-heaviness extends well beyond just the Astros and Dodgers. Each member of MLB’s ruling class this season is unusually strong, which suggests that, come October, we may be watching the the most stacked playoff fields in memory. That’s great news for fans — but it’s also really bad news for the wannabes and would-be Cinderellas that are currently chasing the front-runners.One easy way to visualize the power balance of a league is to look at how its teams at any given ranking slot measure up to those from other seasons in the past. For example, the Dodgers have the best Elo rating (1602) of any top-ranked team through July 20 of a season in the expansion era (since 1961). Likewise, the Astros are by far the best second-ranked Elo team of the expansion era.Go down the line, and each of Elo’s top six teams carries one of the strongest ratings in modern history for its slot. The third ranked Washington Nationals, for instance, are more like the top team in an average season than a mere third wheel. The Boston Red Sox would be running a strong third most seasons; this year, they’re a distant fourth. The Indians and Cubs can both tell similar stories. As we approach the July 31 trade deadline, this is more than just an academic curiosity. A team’s willingness to pony up prospects for a better shot at the World Series is directly tied to how much good it thinks a trade will do. In a wide-open season, even teams outside the top tier of contenders could be convinced to roll the dice on an upgrade — particularly with the expanded wild-card format. But the stronger the top teams are, the less incentive teams on the periphery have to make a championship push. According to Elo, we haven’t seen a stronger crop of elite teams in the expansion era than this season’s top six.1The top six teams of 2017 carry an average Elo rating of 1562.5, which beats out 1998 (1557.9) for the highest average for the top six teams through July 20 of a season since 1961.As recently as a few years ago, you could have lamented the lack of dominant teams at the top of the major leagues. At this same time in 2015, for instance, the leading Elo teams were among the weakest at their slots in the expansion era. But baseball’s era of parity seems to be officially over, with the game moving back toward imbalance. While a top-heavy MLB might never look like its basketball equivalent,2Even this season, the Dodgers’ winning percentage works out to a mere 57-win pace in the NBA — which would have only bought them the No. 3 seed in the Western Conference. it’s still going to be tougher than usual for aspiring contenders to break through — a fact you can bet every GM is keenly aware of in the lead-up to the deadline. read more

first_imgThe Egyptian beat Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo to win the prestigious award for scoring the “most aesthetically pleasing goal” in world footballEgyptian footballer Mohamed Salah has beaten Juventus’ Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale to win this year’s FIFA The Best Puskas Award.The Liverpool player won the award after scoring against Everton in the English Premier League. He weaved through multiple defenders before curling the ball into the top corner.Bale and Ronaldo scored a similar overhead kick but did not win this time.Salah is the first Egyptian to win the award from FIFA that has been delivering them since 2009.The forward has been with Liverpool since the second semester of 2017. He has scored 35 goals in just 42 matches.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.He’s currently battling criticism from many after he hasn’t been the same since his shoulder injury in the last 2017-2018 UEFA Champions League Final.Past winners: 2009: Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United 2010: Hamit Altintop – Turkey 2011: Neymar Jr. – Santos 2012: Miroslav Stoch – Fenerbahce 2013: Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Sweden 2014: James Rodriguez – Colombia 2015: Wendell Lira – Goianesia 2016: Mohd Faiz Subri – Penang 2017: Olivier Giroud – Arsenal 2018: Mohamed Salah – LiverpoolThe goal that won @MoSalah the #Puskás#TheBest #FIFAFootballAwards pic.twitter.com/KwAvwA8zGK— Premier League USA (@PLinUSA) September 24, 2018last_img read more