Venus Williams ousts defending champ to reach quarters Upshaw’s mother, Jewel Upshaw, released a statement thanking the team and fans. Team owner Steve Jbara says the Grand Rapids area was fortunate to enjoy Upshaw’s commitment to the community, especially children.Malcolm Turner, the G League’s president, said the league is devastated by Upshaw’s death and extended the league’s condolences to Upshaw’s family and friends.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“Zeke was an outstanding young man whose powerful belief in himself and uncommon perseverance led to a successful professional basketball career. A beloved member of the Grand Rapids Drive, Zeke’s continuous improvement and tireless work ethic were hallmarks of his career,” he said in a news release.Upshaw had scored 11 points to help the Drive earn a playoff spot with the 101-99 victory Saturday. View comments FILE – In this Jan. 2, 2013, file photo, Creighton’s Doug McDermott (3) looks for room to shoot past Illinois State’s Zeke Upshaw (24) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game at Redbird Arena in Normal, Ill. Upshaw, the Detroit Pistons developmental player who collapsed on the court during a NBA G League game in Michigan has died. The Grand Rapids Drive says 26-year-old Upshaw died at a hospital Monday, March 26, 2018. No cause was disclosed. (AP Photo/ Stephen Haas, File)GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Zeke Upshaw, a swingman for the Detroit Pistons’ G League affiliate who collapsed on the court during a game over the weekend, died Monday.Upshaw, 26, died at a hospital, the Grand Rapids Drive said. No cause was disclosed. He collapsed Saturday night near the end of a game against the Long Island Nets.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Scarlett Johansson, Sterling K. Brown among SAG Awards presenters Cabuyao City rising above the ashes through volunteerism LATEST STORIES Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina MOST READ Recto seeks to establish Taal rehab body to aid community, eruption victims In Liverpool, Man United sees the pain and path to recovery Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Conor McGregor seeks to emerge from controversy in UFC comeback He was in his second season with the Drive. The 6-foot-6 guard/forward from Chicago played three seasons at Illinois State University and finished his college career at Hofstra.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
The Supreme Court of Liberia on Thursday, January 23, rejected Justice Minister Christiana P. Tah’s application to reconsider its decision suspending her from the practice of law for six months. The Minister’s application, according to sources close to the Judiciary, was made following negotiations between the Justices of the Court and the legal team of Minister Tah.The sources further said that following a two-hour meeting held behind closed doors on Monday, January 20, it was allegedly agreed upon for the Minister’s legal team to file an application. The purpose of the application was to request the Court to enable the Minister to file a petition for reconsideration of the Court’s decision suspending her for six months from the practice of law “directly or indirectly.”According to our sources, the effect of filing the petition would have allegedly suspended the enforcement of the suspension until the Court determines the merits of the petition.Following the Monday meeting, a legal expert speculated to the Observer that progress was being made toward an amicable resolution of this matter.Since the rendering of its decision on January 10, efforts have been made by Minister Tah and her legal team to try and resolve the impasse but the Court has maintained its stance.Delivering the High Court’s decision Thursday, Chief Justice Francis Korkpor declared: “The Full Bench of the Court has agreed not to grant the application for re-argument or re-consideration filed by the Justice Minister and Attorney General, Christiana P. Tah. Her suspension hereby stands and it is so ordered.”According to legal experts, the law provides that a person held in contempt by the Supreme Court has the opportunity to appeal for a re-argument or re-consideration to the Full Bench of the Court within the period of three days for their case to be reheard. Unfortunately, that did not happen in the case of Minister Tah for her case to be reheard; even though her legal team had filed the petition after 11 days following the suspension. But following the closed-door meeting, our sources said if the Court did not want to hear her, it should have rejected her request for filing a petition, but since it agreed then it should have allowed her a hearing.Some legal minds have said this is not a good precedent for justice given our fragile democracy.The Observer understands that Justice Minister Tah, who is cognizant of the statute, did not sit supinely or just ignore the law but was waiting on her legal team, including astute lawyer Varney Sherman.Cllr. Sherman had blamed the delay on her being a political appointee and “those who appointed her were responsible for the delay.”He pleaded with the Justices that her action was not deliberate.However the Full Bench decided to enforce its stance.President SirleafA few days following the Chief Justice’s pronouncement of Minister Tah’s suspension, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, in her very wise mind, and not wanting any constitutional conflict with the Judicial Branch of government, said in a release from her office, that she took note of the Supreme Court’s decision. The President stated that she was holding consultations with eminent lawyers and legal professionals, including former Chief Justices and former Associate Justices of the Supreme Court, to fully comprehend the implications of the Court’s decision, especially as it relates to the executive powers of the President. Liberians are still awaiting a reaction from the President on this decision.BackgroundThe Court has maintained that the role played by Justice Minister Tah in releasing Rodney D. Sieh from prison as well as her persistent affront to the Court, as demonstrated by her refusal to reverse the action, formed the basis for the contempt proceedings.However, Minister Tah maintains that she granted Mr. Rodney Sieh “Compassionate Leave” for medical reasons, based on the law.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
In the second period the Flyers added to their total with two goals, and rounded out the scoring with three markers in the third.Scoring in order for the Flyers were Quinn Disher, Chase London, Kurtis Lee, Chase London, Zachary Peters, Noah Lang, Nathan Brownlee, Devan Minard, Nathan Brownlee, Devan Minard, Quinn Disher, and Noah Lang.Chipping in with assists were Nathan Brownlee (2), Devan Minard, Kurtis Lee, Tyler Musgrove, Brophy Dunne, Zachary Peters (3), Quinn Disher (2), and John Herrington.- Advertisement -Jordan Fairlie had an easy time between the pipes as he faced only eight shots in the tilt, stopping them all.Next for the Ross H. MacLean Flyers is a pair of games at home against Whitecourt on October 17 and 18.
The Huskies will be off for a bit for some much-needed rest before they start playoffs in early March. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Players and members from the Fort St. John Huskies were recipients for six of the seven NWJHL 2018/2019 Awards.The players and team members that received an award include:Gary Loewen – MVP and Top ScorerAiden Craig-Steele – Rookie of the YearJared Loewen – Top DefencemanJonathan Bateman – Top GoaltenderHead Coach, Todd Alexander – Coach of the YearNWJHL 2018/2019 Awards list. Source NWJHL- Advertisement -Huskies Head Coach, Todd Alexander, says his team put in a lot of work and is very proud of the team’s accomplishments this season.“The boys put in a lot of work and a lot of effort. In order to be part of this program, I know sometimes we’re pretty demanding for what level that we’re at but we’re demanding for good reason. Not just for the obvious of being a better hockey team and better hockey players, but to be better people and more accountable for each other so that the program runs a lot better and has a better culture. The awards are definitely deserving towards the boys and, obviously, I’m proud of them for their accomplishments.”The Huskies finished off the regular season in first place with 49 points, three points ahead of the Dawson Creek Canucks.Advertisement
TEMPE, Ariz. – Although not expected to be serious, the first red alert of Angels camp has gone out. Jered Weaver did not throw from a mound on the first day of workouts for pitchers and catchers Thursday and the day of his first bullpen session remains in question. “He’s feeling good and getting there but there is no need for him to be on the mound right now,” manager Mike Scioscia said. “We’ll see where he is and hopefully get him on the mound shortly.” It could be that Weaver’s holdout year of 2004 has finally caught up with him. He pitched just 76 competitive innings at two minor-league levels in 2005. Then came 77 innings at Triple-A Salt Lake last year and 123 with the Angels. Weaver isn’t too concerned about the setback and isn’t lacking for confidence heading into his first full season in the major leagues. “My confidence is definitely a little higher coming into spring training knowing what to expect and knowing the guys in here,” Weaver said. Off the mound Weaver, who dealt with a bout of biceps tendonitis last season that delayed his first start of the second half, came into camp behind schedule. After throwing a combined 200 innings between the minor and major leagues last season, Weaver notified the Angels in the winter that his shoulder needed a break. Weaver didn’t begin throwing until recently, leaving him unable to extend himself in the early days of camp. Bartolo Colon and Francisco Rodriguez were the only other pitchers limited to long toss Thursday. Colon appears at least three weeks away from taking a mound, while Rodriguez got in some innings in winter ball in December. “Frankie just wants to stretch it out,” Scioscia said. “There’s no need for him to get on a mound. We’ll get a better indication from guys when they get their long toss going.” Roster taking form It’s early but the Opening Day roster came slightly into focus. Scioscia said he is set on an 11-man pitching staff and is unlikely to carry three catchers into the season. One of the more interesting battles of the spring will be for the final bullpen spot. After the five starters, the bullpen seems set in five of six spots with Darren Oliver, Hector Carrasco, Justin Speier, Scot Shields and Rodriguez. Last man in Kelvim Escobar was the last pitcher to report to camp, arriving early Thursday morning. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Ilkay Gundogan 1 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored three goals as Borussia Dortmund beat Qabala 3-1 in the Europa League, but before that there was this delightful piece of skill from Ilkay Gundogan.The midfielder’s touch and run was deserving of a goal.
Daley Thompson and Danny Murphy were alongside Colin Murray on today’s show.The podcast includes Danny Murphy’s prediction that all four English clubs will qualify out of their group in the Champions League, Daley Thompson’s verdict on the latest IAAF allegations and the “curse of the co-commentator”.
A swelling tide of foreclosures could take a $2.6 billion economic bite out of Los Angeles and Orange counties, where thousands of homeowners are forecast to default on high-interest loans, a community group warned Wednesday. While foreclosure rates are already on the rise, more than 11,000 additional borrowers in the region are likely to default on high-risk adjustable loans issued just last year, according to a report by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. The Antelope Valley is expected to be among the hardest-hit areas in Los Angeles County, the group said, because 20 census tracts had the region’s highest percentage of subprime loans. But Los Angeles officials said the problem is hitting neighborhoods citywide, with clusters of foreclosures in the northeast San Fernando Valley, East Los Angeles and South Los Angeles. The Economic Research Center at California State University, Northridge, previously said foreclosures soared an annual 246.8percent in the greater San Fernando Valley during July. The foreclosure spike is the result of adjustable-rate loans being given to homeowners with spotty credit records. While their initial payments were low, they now can’t afford higher payments as interest rates rise. In all, 263 homeowners from Glendale to Calabasas lost their properties in July, compared with 47 a year earlier. ACORN said it conservatively estimates that lenders and investors could lose $1.4billion to foreclosures in Los Angeles and Orange counties, while local governments could lose $212.8million on properties that are abandoned before foreclosures are completed. Individual homeowners could lose as much as $80 million on foreclosures. The group noted that foreclosures depreciate the value of neighboring homes, which could amount to an economic loss of $887million. “Foreclosures – and the spike in crime and depreciating property values they cause – harm entire neighborhoods,” the ACORN report said. “Houses that become vacant tend to deteriorate in appearance … and those eyesores detract from the feeling of well-being in a neighborhood.” Switch risky loans The group recommended that lenders switch risky loans to 30- or 40-year fixed-rate mortgages, develop a streamlined approach to modifying the loans and increase outreach and counseling for homeowners. It urged local governments to pressure lenders to be more flexible with homeowners, require homeowners to maintain vacant properties and consider aid for homeowners. It also said Congress should regulate the mortgage industry to deal with “predatory” loans that place homeowners in jeopardy. And it urged a boost in federal funding for the mortgage counseling from $42million to $150million. City Councilman Richard Alarc n said he will introduce a resolution calling on Los Angeles County to include referrals to credit counseling agencies with tax-default notices sent to homeowners. Alarc n also has suggested that the city institute a loan program for homeowners – a proposal that is still being studied – but said that is a limited solution. “The real answer has to come from Congress that can take steps to reduce the interest rate and provide relief for these homeowners,” Alarc n said. firstname.lastname@example.org (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“We could lose entire neighborhoods because of foreclosures,” said City Councilwoman Jan Perry. “Home foreclosures cannot be measured in dollars and cents. It represents a loss of stability to neighborhoods. When faced with a financial setback, it is essential we educate people.” In its report, Louisiana-based ACORN analyzed data from more than 360 lenders – including Bank of America and Countrywide Financial Corp. – representing about 70percent of all residential mortgages last year and nearly 51percent of the subprime market. Using data from the Center for Responsible Lending, it estimates that 19percent of the subprime loans made last year will default, resulting in foreclosures on more than 11,000 homes in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Foreclosure spike
Spending the morning at a spa is my idea of hell. No mobile phone or coffee and someone touching my feet must qualify as some sort of breach of human rights.Sitting in the softly-lit relaxation suite wearing an oversized robe and slippers, I was a phone-less jittery mess.Outside was a real world and inside was this haven of beautifully scented rooms, pampering and tranquility. I had no place here. This was the new Voya Spa at Redcastle Oceanfront, Golf & Spa Hotel in Redcastle.These organic beauty products are entirely seaweed based and utilise the natural nutrients and benefits of the sea.I was about to experience my first spa massage treatment.Truthfully, I had always viewed spa treatments as a whole lot of faff never-mind the mystery of ‘spa etiquette’. I also may have needed a beauty overhaul before being allowed anywhere near a spa.What the hell was I suppose to wear, if anything, under my squishy robe?I sipped at the glass of sparkling water and stretched out on the comfy bed-seat.I think I was starting to chill out.The Relaxation Suite is a sumptuous large room with dim-lighting, the soft tinkling of a water feature and a choice of refreshing drinks. Everything to induce a state of relaxation was right in this room. It worked. It could easily host large birthday groups, friends’ spa days or other celebrations as well as the perfect spot for ‘me time’.My therapist, Áine, brought me to a treatment room where some paper pants (mystery solved) had been left for me. She left the room to allow me to change and relax on the massage bed.I had opted for the Voya Organic Luscious Salt Glow body treatment. (60 mins, €65).This is an all-over course body scrub followed by a shower and a relaxing massage. The salt scrub is infused with Dead Sea salts and Fucus Serratus Seaweed oil and the aroma is deeply invigorating. The Spa also offers a medium course scrub treatment.Áine deftly covered my body with this luscious concoction. It was a stimulating scrub and my skin was thoroughly but gently exfoliated. It is recommended for even the driest of skins.I then had a shower to remove the scrub. My skin texture was already incredibly soft and I hadn’t yet had the massage.Áine applied Voya body oil with a light pressure massage in sweeps and strokes along my body.This was a luxurious massage and very relaxing.I returned to the Relaxation Suite for a cooling drink before my Voya Express Organic Facial.My face was gently exfoliated followed by a double cleanse. Among the products Áine chose to use, were Maskerade, an anti-ageing face mask which helps to replenish skins moisture andMy Little Hero – Voya’s super serum.I left Redcastle with a great feeling of wellbeing and soft, velvety skin and a newfound appreciation that Spa treatment can be a little bit of heaven.Brenda O’Neill was a guest of the team at the Voya Spa at Redcastle Oceanfront, Golf & Spa Hotel.Redcastle Oceanfront, Golf & Spa HotelInishowen Peninsula, MovilleCounty DonegalTel: +353 (0) 74 938 5555Email: email@example.com Web: www.redcastlehoteldonegal.comwww.voya.ie , firstname.lastname@example.org and phone number +353 71 916 1872http://www.redcastlehoteldonegal.com/uploads/documents/Redcastle%20Hotel%20Spa%20Brochure%20Voya.pdfHEALTH & BEAUTY: A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN IN REDCASTLE was last modified: October 9th, 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)Tags:Golf & Spa HotelInishowenredcastleRedcastle Oceanfrontspa dayVoya
There was a strong turn-out for today’s inaugural Newmills 10k which was run in perfect conditions.There was a total of 127 runners which was fantastic and an event which is surely to grow in numbers each year.The winner was Ivan Toner of Letterkenny AC followed closely by his two club-mates Kevin Ferry and Paul McGlinchey. The following is the complete list of participants and their times.Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 88 34.14 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 59 35.00 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C 3 57 35.11 Paul Mc Glinchey SM Letterkenny A C4 87 35.46 Paul Toner SM Letterkenny A C5 101 36.01 Noel Diver SM Rosses A.C.6 30 36.06 Ciaran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C7 95 36.12 Sean Mc Fadden SM Letterkenny A C 8 39 36.15 Paul Ward M40 Tír Chonaill A C9 31 37.12 Tom Thompson M40 Finn Valley A C10 104 37.23 Joe Gibbons SM Letterkenny A C11 122 37.25 Fionnualla Diver SW Letterkenny A C 12 79 37.36 Marcus Mc Clintock M40 Letterkenny A C13 55 37.39 Andrew Friel SM Individual14 1 38.06 Aidan Mc Kenna M40 Letterkenny A C15 69 38.14 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon16 114 38.49 Glen Duncan SM Letterkenny A C17 105 38.56 Michael Duffy SM Cranford A C18 106 39.31 Pauric Breslin SM Individual19 38 39.39 Brian Mc Bride M40 Individual20 43 39.42 Raymond Birch SM Individual21 99 39.45 Ciaran O’ Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C22 14 39.58 Raymond Doherty M40 Finn Valley A C23 96 40.22 Danny Ryan SM Letterkenny A C24 16 40.36 Frankie Levelle M40 Inishowen A C25 5 40.54 Kieran Mc Monagle SM Individual26 103 40.58 Lee Gildea SM Letterkenny A C27 34 41.13 Dale Gallagher SM Letterkenny A C28 91 41.44 Charlie Long SM Letterkenny A C29 36 41.49 Paul Cosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C30 47 41.50 Sean Mc Meniman M50 Inishowen A C20 October Page 1 of 5Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 84 42.09 Garvan Mulligan SM Individual32 20 42.13 Eamon Cush M40 Individual33 67 42.22 Gary Gillen SM Individual34 15 42.22 Donal Haughey M50 Tír Chonaill A C35 35 42.31 Raymond Gahey M40 Individual36 97 42.35 Seamus Morrisan M40 Letterkenny A C37 11 42.46 Billy Orr M50 Foyle Valley38 93 42.48 Darren Price SM Individual39 62 42.49 Irene Mc Fadden SW Letterkenny A C40 64 42.50 Garvan Mc Closkey M40 Letterkenny A C41 44 42.55 Paul Mc Gettigan SM Individual42 58 42.57 John O’ Doherty SM Individual43 109 42.59 Margaret Kelly W40 24/7 Triathlon44 45 43.02 Anthony Mc Daid SM Individual45 12 43.05 Richard Raymond M50 Letterkenny A C46 108 43.08 Peter Boyce SM Individual47 56 43.17 Gabrial Mc Crossan M40 Letterkenny A C48 78 43.24 Denise Mc Elhone SW Foyle Valley49 21 43.32 Monica Mc Granaghan SW Letterkenny A C50 111 43.43 Pauric Kelly SM 24/7 Triathlon51 86 43.49 Cathal Wilson SM Individual52 46 44.12 Mark Quinn M40 Individual53 125 44.15 Phil Boyle M40 Letterkenny A C54 98 44.32 Paul Harris M40 Letterkenny A C55 126 44.44 Noise Enright SW Letterkenny A C56 121 44.51 Deirdre Diver SW Rosses A.C.57 54 45.09 Cliodhna Dunne SW Finn Valley A C58 123 45.31 Brian Mc Crea SM Individual59 112 45.55 Cathal Gorman M40 Individual60 32 46.18 Cathal Greene SM Individual61 90 46.20 Francis Diver M40 Milford A C62 23 46.21 Mark Cassidy SM Individual20 October Page 2 of 5Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 48 46.22 Declan Mc Elwaine SM Individual64 61 47.10 Cathal Roarty M40 Letterkenny A C65 51 47.25 Sharon Black SW Letterkenny A C66 83 47.26 Damien Daly SM Individual67 94 47.27 Margaret Shiels W40 Letterkenny A C68 81 47.36 Barry Mackey M40 Individual69 110 47.44 Catherine Mc Kinley SW Individual70 102 47.49 James Doherty M60 Individual71 85 47.52 Pauline Sweeney W40 Individual72 52 47.52 Siobhan Gallagher SW Letterkenny A C73 80 47.55 Anne Mc Gettigan W40 Individual74 42 48.03 Jonathon Scanlon SM Individual75 89 48.04 Noel Boyd SM Individual76 29 48.21 Tommy Hill M40 Letterkenny A C77 124 48.35 Bernard Mc Dyre M50 Individual78 127 48.38 Patrica Orsi W45 Milford A C79 70 48.41 Gavin Harris SM 24/7 Triathlon80 68 48.42 John Doherty M40 Individual81 120 49.07 Philip Nichelson SM Individual82 77 49.08 Mary Kelly W40 Individual83 50 49.22 Amanda Mc Nulty SW Letterkenny A C84 63 49.29 Sean O’ Donnell M50 Individual85 24 49.34 Eugene Mc Ginley M40 Individual86 8 49.41 Fin Begley W40 Individual87 76 50.02 Sean Sweeney SM Individual88 113 50.54 Joe Mc Nulty M40 Individual89 49 50.54 Paul Gildea SM Individual90 18 51.08 Ciaran Liddy SM Individual91 40 51.12 Kenny Doherty SM Individual92 41 51.12 Paul Rodgers SM Individual93 7 51.19 Noel Mc Galligan SM Individual94 37 51.20 Jim Hynes M60 Finn Valley A C20 October Page 3 of 5Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 2 52.00 Angela Trimble W40 Individual96 118 52.08 David Mc Cann SM Individual97 73 52.36 Dessie Nc Laughlin M40 Individual98 82 52.50 Mairead Mc Ginty SW Individual99 53 53.13 Declan Friel SM Milford A C100 92 53.39 Angela Mc Ginty SW Individual101 75 53.56 Josie Lawlor W45 Individual102 22 54.10 Michelle Delaney SW Individual103 119 54.53 Ruth Mc Crudden W45 Individual104 107 55.02 Gary Duffy M40 Individual105 3 55.20 Kieran Diver M40 Individual106 26 55.23 Rosleen Ford W40 Individual107 19 55.29 Tommy Naughton SM Individual108 71 56.36 Michael Coll SM Individual109 17 56.50 Grace Garvie SW Rosses A.C.110 65 57.10 John Mc Candless M40 Individual111 66 57.10 Damian Downey M40 Individual112 4 57.10 John Ruddy SM Individual113 13 57.56 Lorna O’ Donnell W40 Individual114 25 58.31 Mary Doherty W40 Individual115 72 59.12 Joe Coll SM Individual116 100 60.12 Sophie Kelly W40 Individual117 60 60.51 Tracy Peoples SW Milford A C118 33 61.42 Annette Duddy W40 Individual119 74 63.03 Darina Ferry W40 Individual120 128 64.28 Anne Doherty SW Individual121 129 64.33 Eimear Mc Geever SW Individual122 28 65.39 Josie Callaghan W40 Individual123 10 66.02 James Mc Bride M60 Individual124 9 66.11 Orla Redmond SW Individual125 130 68.49 Annette Donnolly SW Individual126 131 69.19 Linda Dunne SW Individual127 27 69.58 Bernie O’ Donnell W45 Milford A CTotal Runners: 127TONER COMES HOME FIRST IN NEWMILLS 10K – ALL THE RESULTS was last modified: October 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 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