GREAT ESCAPE TOUGH MATCHES LEICESTER, England (AP): After a fourth successive 1-0 victory sent Leicester into a seven-point lead, some giddy fans started to unfurl Premier League “champions” scarves in the King Power Stadium. Although there are still six games remaining after yesterday’s gritty win over Southampton, celebrations are already under way in this unassuming central England town. When you’ve experienced the roller-coaster of emotions endured by followers of Leicester, it is little wonder they can’t wait for the unlikeliest of Premier League title parties next month. Exactly a year ago, Leicester braced for relegation while stranded seven points from safety at the bottom of the Premier League. The standings yesterday showed Leicester seven points clear at the right end, looking down on north London teams Tottenham and Arsenal, and Manchester rivals City and United. “We must stay with our feet on the ground because … all the matches are very, very tough, very difficult,” said the former Chelsea manager, whose target for the season was simply avoiding relegation. “We believe in what we’re doing. We believe it’s a magical season. We believe next season it will not be the same.” For now Ranieri is focused on securing Champions League qualification with a top-four finish. That seems a certainty for the first time in Leicester history with Manchester City 15 points behind in fourth place and 21 points to play for. Manchester United, English football’s most successful club with 20 championship crowns, remains 16 points adrift of Leicester in fifth place after beating Everton 1-0 in yesterday’s other game. After a 10th goalless first half in 15 league matches at Old Trafford, Anthony Martial lifted the atmosphere by scoring from United’s first shot on target in the 54th minute. The France forward turned in Tim Fosu-Mensah’s cross from close range. “Today was not our best form because I think we were not fresh enough,” United manager Louis van Gaal said. It was a day to forget for Everton, which remains 12th and was booed off by their own fans. “We are a club that there has been a bit of a change of generation,” Everton manager Roberto Martinez said. “A lot of players have come in, but incredible young talent needs know-how and lessons and to develop. “The frustration we all have is we can see the quality we have in our squad and we can’t really gain some sort of momentum.” – AP Leicester captain Wes Morgan secured yesterday’s victory with his first goal of the season on the eve of the first anniversary of the start of the great escape. It was the April 4, 2015 triumph over West Ham that sparked a startling resurgence. Six of the final nine games of last season were won as Leicester not only beat the drop, but gained the confidence that has been carried into this season. April 4 is also the birthday of the Thai retail tycoon who has owned Leicester for six years and will surely be the first chairman in the club’s 132-year history to lift the English top-flight trophy in May. Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was serenaded by his players yesterday with a rendition of “Happy Birthday” greeting his pre-match arrival in the dressing room. Outside the stadium, fans were treated to free beer and doughnuts by him – adding to the joyful atmosphere. But like so often in recent weeks it was a nervy 90 minutes on the pitch as Leicester ground out another slender win and top-scorer Jamie Vardy went a sixth game for his club without scoring. Leicester defender Danny Simpson had a lucky escape when his raised right arm blocked a shot in the penalty area and no spot kick was awarded. Compounding the grievances for Southampton, the seventh-place team fell behind in the 38th minute when Morgan met Christian Fuchs’ cross to net with a powerful header. “I’ve been getting a lot of stick because I haven’t scored all season,” said the defender, who battled through a cold to play. “The boys, to keep them quiet, to shush them up is fantastic.” The mission for manager Claudio Ranieri now is to quieten all the title-talk.
Two Guyana Defence Force (GDF) pilots have completed a five-year training at the Chinese Air Force Aviation University of the People’s Republic of China.Second Lieutenants Steffon Cameron and Teffurn James recently returned to Guyana. Cameron and James successfully completed a Chinese Air Force basic fighter pilot and officer development course, in which they both gained twoLieutenants Steffon Cameron (left) and Teffurn Jamesbachelor’s degrees, one in Aircraft Systems and Operations and another in Military Science Aviation Flight Command; they additionally earned a professional diploma.The two ranks commenced studies on September 1, 2013 at the Chinese Air Force Aviation University and were among military personnel from countries such as Cambodia, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Laos, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.The programme of study was designed mainly to advance young officers by imparting command knowledge and skills, as well as to train them to be efficient pilots operating under modern information-based systems. The programme included educational tours and visits to China’s cities; exposure to Chinese customs, culture, lifestyle and social values. It was required of the participants to pass the Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK) level six examination.Both Second Lieutenants have been welcomed back to the Force by GDF’s Chief-of-Staff, Brigadier Patrick West, who congratulated them on their success. Second Lieutenants Cameron and James will continue their service in the Force.
Ahead of the start of this week’s investigation into the recent flying knives incident at Uitvlugt Sugar Estate, West Coast Demerara, the impact of the cane shredder breaking has reportedly extended to a substandard quality of produce. On August 11, 2018, workers fled for their lives when the cane shredder became uncontrollable and 64 of 70 knives became airborne. The machine was down for over a week and $18 million worth of reaped cane was said to be spoiling. However, several tonnes were salvaged after the estate’s turbine had to be replaced with one from the defunct La Bonne Intention (LBI) factory.Guyana Times learnt that of the cane that was salvaged, 110 tonnes was produced last week. However, according to information obtained, the grains were “grainy” as opposed to coarse crystals which are consistent with a higher quality of produce.While the two-week investigation will garner answers into what led to the breakdown; the preliminary assessment is that the recent mishap caused the reduction in the quality of sugar produced.“They get sugar but it’s not in the right form,” a Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) employee related.From Tuesday, GuySuCo’s Chief Industrial Relations Manager, Deodat Sukhoo will head an investigation into the incident. On the day in question, workers at the Uitvlugt factory ran for cover after 64 out of 70 knives became dislodged and were flying through the air.There were initial inquiries by senior officers of GuySuCo who visited the Uitvlugt factory when it broke down and millions’ worth of cane was left to spoil. This newspaper reported that the Chief Industrial Relations Manager will be making periodic visits to the factory, where he will meet the workers involved and obtain their version of events and how it unfolded when the Number Two turbine lost control. His report could outline possible sanctions if “negligence” is determined. The damage to the cane shredder resulted in millions of losses, at the expense of the State.The knives, weighing approximately 20 lbs each and made out of carbon steel, came flying out of the knife shaft. Two Sundays ago, it was stated that over 300 tonnes of sugar canes in punts were seen waiting to be processed and that some of the canes began to smell. It was reported also 10 parts from the turbine were destroyed.Guyana Times reported too that management at Uitvlugt attempted to salvage the situation by opting to produce molasses which is a key ingredient in the manufacture of alcoholic beverages. Uitvlugt flying knives incident
No-confidence motion…“no chance before Budget” – GovtDespite calls by the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) for its No-Confidence Motion to be treated with urgency in the National Assembly before the presentation of the 2019 Budget, Clerk of the National Assembly Sherlock Isaacs on Wednesday said the Standing Orders of Guyana’s Parliament are “silent on the requirements of a no-confidence motion”. He nevertheless informed that he conducted extensive research on the matter, referencing Standing Order No 113 of Guyana’s Parliament which notes that matters which are not provided for can rely to practice of the Commons Assembly of the Parliament of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – which form part of the United Kingdom (UK) – which ruled Guyana as the colonial power up to May 1966.It was outlined that practices in Britain and Ireland’s Parliaments may be applicable to Guyana’s Assembly once these are not inconsistent with Guyana’s Standing Orders or practices in the National Assembly. Isaacs cited a section of the Parliamentary Practice in the Commons Assembly of Great Britain and Northern Ireland by writer Thomas Erskine May.It was noted, among other things, that “By established convention, the Government always accedes to the demand of the Leader of the Opposition to allot a day for the discussion of a motion tabled by the official Opposition which in the Government’s view would have the effect of testing the confidence in the House.” More than that, it was outlined that “Government it entitled to have regard to exigencies of its own business”.The Clerk recalled that when a no-confidence motion was brought against the former Government in 2014, it was published on Notice Paper and dealt with as other Private Members’ motions “that requires notice.” He added that it was placed on the Order Paper 12 days from when it was published in the Notice Paper.“In my view, the day for the hearing of a no-confidence motion is determined by the Government of Guyana and not by the Speaker of the National Assembly of the Parliament of Guyana,” Isaacs observed.While Isaacs clarified Speaker’s role in the hearing of the motion, the Opposition contended its fear that Government could perhaps have the Speaker, Dr Scotland schedule the motion to be heard some time after the budget.No chanceWhen approached for comment on Wednesday evening, Vice President Carl Greenidge who is as senior Minister within Cabinet, made it clear that the motion which was submitted by Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo, will not be heard before the next scheduled sitting of the National Assembly.“Will it be heard before Monday? Of course not; the Government’s business takes priority over an issue like that because we’ve started on the budget process and therefore it will have to wait,” the Foreign Affairs Minister declared.There was some degree of speculation that one or two members could deflect whenever the matter will be voted upon but Minister Greenidge expressed full confidence that the Government will solidly defeat the Opposition’s motion.“The Opposition thinks they’ve done well in Local Government Elections to try and change the story; it has nothing to do with realistic opportunities. It has no merit whatsoever and it has no chance of doing anything,” Greenidge said.Government is unmoved by the request which was confirmed by Vice President and Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge on Wednesday. At the same time, Clerk of National Assembly Sherlock Issacs disclosed that the motion’s hearing has to be determined by Government, as opposed to House Speaker, Dr Barton Scotland. This suggested that it is the coalition Government that will decide when the members of the House will debate and vote on the motion against its Administration.The Government’s posture on the matter comes in great disparity to the PPP/C’s position that the matter should be heard before Monday’s sitting. Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira speaking recently to Guyana Times was adamant that hearing the No-Confidence Motion before the Budget presentation was a matter of ethics.The Opposition Leader, in whose name the motion was filed, had also made it clear that the Party wants its motion debated before November 26 Budget reading. He said that was already scheduled to be private members day, where their matters take precedence. However, the reading of the National Budget has taken over that day; with the result that another private member’s day must be scheduled.He had outlined that the convention is that once a no-confidence motion is filed, it takes precedence over other issues. Apart from the UK example, the Clerk cited, Jagdeo pointed to standard practice in democracies where no-confidence motions are given priority as in the case of Sri Lanka, where multiple no confidence votes have been held against Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa.When Jagdeo had first announced the no-confidence motion he observed the “devastating losses” in the local Government Elections (LGE) for the coalition Government. In a surprise move, the next day, the scheduled sitting of the National Assembly was cancelled at Government’s request and the Opposition turned up to an empty chamber.Among the grounds the former President outlined for his motion included the thousands of jobs that have been lost as a result of the closure of Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) estates. He also identified various scandals that have erupted under the Administration including the single sourcing of the feasibility contract for the new Demerara River crossing, the single sourcing of a drugs bond and the single sourcing of drug procurement contracts.The Party noted the numerous breaches of fiscal laws flagged by the Audit Office of Guyana in its reports, as well as the lack of accountability in the D’Urban Park project; something even the Auditor General had to launch a special probe into. The PPP also cited that tax collection has increased dramatically. <<<<
This photo is courtesy of Dan Giesbrecht. An Edmonton woman died in this crash near Pouce Coupe, BC.One person is dead in one of 2 accidents near Dawson Creek today.The first occurred at about 10:20 this morning approximately 30 km north of Dawson on the Alaska Highway.- Advertisement -The collision involved a semi truck and a Ford F150. The driver of the pickup was taken to Dawson Creek Hospital with serious injuries while his passenger and the two occupants of the semi truck were uninjured. The cause of the accident is still being investigated.Advertisement The second accident occurred at about 11 am roughly 4 km south of Pouce Coupe near Gumbo Gulch.This collision involved a semi truck and a small car. The driver of the car, a young female from the Edmonton area, died at the scene. The driver of the truck is uninjured.Traffic is still being directed away from the area by Cariboo Road Services and the road is expected to remain closed until this evening.The cause of the accident remains under investigation. The name of the deceased is being held pending notification of next of kin.
With hunting season around the corner, the Grande Prairie RCMP would like to encourage the public to practice their shooting at licenced gun ranges and to get well-acquainted with all legislation around the discharge of firearms.Over the past weekend, the Grande Prairie RCMP received several complaints of firearms being discharged near Wedgewood, a subdivision located just south of the Grande Prairie City limits.The Grande Prairie RCMP were able to identify the originating location of the shots and spoke to a resident who admitted to shooting on their property.- Advertisement -The shooter had taken precautions to ensure that no one could be injured by the shots, however, was not aware of the existing by-laws of firearm usage in the County of Grande Prairie.RCMP say the shooter was apologetic for any concern they caused and indicated they would not be shooting again.No charges are being considered at this time.Advertisement The County of Grande Prairie’s Bylaws pertaining to the discharge of firearms can be found on their website.
Tottenham’s next star? ‘Masterful ball control’, ‘Flair’, ‘Exciting to watch’ – It’s Spurs Loan Watch
Alex Pritchard is on loan at Brentford from Tottenham Tottenham academy graduate Alex Pritchard hopes his time is coming.The 21-year-old is on loan at Brentford following previous loan spells at Swindon and Peterborough and has a spot in Mauricio Pochettino’s side on his mind.Name: Alex PritchardDate of birth: 03/05/93Club: Brentford (on loan from Tottenham)Position: Attacking midfieldAppearances: Five games, one goal“Hopefully people will be watching and I can show them what I can do,” he said. “But you’ve just got to concentrate on your game and the rest will take care of itself.”Pritchard is known for his masterful ball control. His dribbling, passing and ability from free-kicks have had Spurs fans rubbing their hands with delight at the prospect of seeing one of their own representing the first team.Last season he played 36 League One games for Swindon and was shortlisted for both the Football League Young Player of the Year and League Player of the Year awards.He scored twice for Brentford in a 3-2 pre-season win against Nice – one being a free-kick – while highlights in his five Championship games this season, have included a man of the match display in a 2-1 victory at Blackpool.At Bloomfield Road, he scored one and was a constant menace to the opposition where he dominated the midfield.“Coming from a club like Spurs, I have always learned from the best players in the world and try to watch people in my position like Christian Eriksen, whose technical ability is brilliant,” he told Brentford’s official website following the win.It is at Brentford where he has earned the first of his two England U21 caps, coming off the bench in wins against Lithuania and Moldova.Apart from the 1-1 draw with Charlton at the start of August, Pritchard has played every minute of Brentford’s four other games, though he has allowed himself to be tackled by the ref…What they say:He’s a flair player, exciting to watch and every time he gets the ball you are waiting for him to take a player on or do a trick or two. He’s also got a great delivery and can finish, so he has all the ability– Tottenham and England U21 striker Harry Kane 1
I love talking to my wife. Unfortunately, it’s a trait I passed to each of our young daughters. Today, when I start to share the day’s events with Sharon, one little girl or another often will step over and say “Mommy” while I’m in midsentence. I generally allow no more than two “Mommy” interruptions before biting off the offender’s head. “Can you not see that your mother and I are having a conversation?” At that point, the daughter typically switches into frustrated-standby mode and impatiently waits for an opening. Only problem is, 5-year-olds haven’t developed the skill to distinguish a conversational pause from a conversational end. TEACHING children to talk is easy. They will pretty much learn the complexity of language on their own. Teaching children when to hush is nearly impossible. That’s why my wife and I don’t talk much anymore. Ten years and three children into our marriage, we spend most of our together time responding. Thoughtful exchanges of views and opinions are becoming fewer and further between. Our relationship was built on a foundation of long conversations. Sharon and I once made a 10-hour drive without once turning on the car radio. There’s almost always one more ill-timed “Mommy.” “What did I just tell you about interrupting our conversation?” I shout. “I thought you were done.” “I’ll tell you when I’m done. … OK, I’m done, since you made me forget what I was going to say next.” This is where holding on to the adult position is most difficult. I must fight hard to keep from vindictively blurting my own “Mommy” each time the little darling opens her mouth to speak. “Guess what, Mommy,” she says. “What?” “I swallowed my gum.” That’s the kind of all-important news a child deems worthy of risking her father’s wrath. Without even trying, my wife came up with a fantastic idea for resolving this problem outside the use of corporal punishment, which never leaves anyone in the mood to discuss the day’s events. Anytime Sharon leaves the house, with or without the kids, I can almost count down the seconds to the exact moment the phone will ring with her on the cell phone at the other end. “Do you realize,” she recently said while waiting for dance lessons to dismiss, “that the only time we really talk anymore is when we’re on the phone?” That set the light bulb to flashing inside my head. Telecommunication is the one area where we’ve made measurable progress in teaching conversation etiquette to our girls. They know how to answer the telephone politely, and they know that if they address either of us while the device is pressed to our ears, the house had better be on fire. Now when I want to share my day with Sharon, I simply take the cell phone into the bedroom, dial up the land line and say in a high-pitched voice: “Hello, little girl. Can I speak with your mother?” “Here, Mom,” the would-be interrupter says. “It’s Dad calling you from the bedroom again.” That’s my girl. Mark Rutledge writes for The Daily Reflector in Greenville, N.C. Write to him by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Manorcunningham 5k 2016Place Bib Name Gender AG Club Time1. 379 Anthony Doherty m SM Letterkenny A.C. 16:25,82. 294 Declan Donaghy m SM Inishowen A.C. 19:03,23. 415 Karol Mc Ginley m JM Finn Valley AC 19:19,64. 416 Gerard Marley m SM Milford AC 19:23,55. 267 James Donaghey m M40 Convoy AC 19:36,46. 454 Chris Toner m SM 19:51,47. 437 Mark Hunter m SM Lagan Harps 20:12,78. 474 David Clarke m SM 20:16,19. 285 Barry Mackey m M50 Letterkenny A.C. 20:23,810. 419 Mark Graham m SM Lagan Harps 20:36,411. 466 Joe Devine m M40 20:37,412. 430 Noel Mailey m SM Convoy AC 20:49,013. 455 Jack Parke m JM Lagan Harps 20:57,914. 375 Ronan Gibson m SM Lagan Harps 20:59,015. 465 Marty Brogan m SM Lagan Harps 21:07,616. 472 Liam Doherty m SM 21:10,217. 459 Martin Jordan m SM Convoy AC 21:19,918. 380 Travis Crawford m SM 21:20,719. 385 Stephen Shields m M40 LAC 21:24,520. 386 Michael Burke m SM 21:26,021. 468 Robbie Morning m JM Dromoghill Running Club 21:27,622. 469 Kevin Morning m JM Dromoghill Running Club 21:27,623. 420 Patrick Collins m SM Lagan Harps 21:37,724. 462 Philip Doran m SM Lagan Harps 21:40,525. 429 Emmett Scott m SM Convoy AC 21:41,426. 436 Stephen Mc Crory m M40 Plodders 21:43,527. 272 Richard Raymond m M60 Letterkenny A.C. 21:47,328. 295 Marie Rooney f W50 Tír Chonaill A.C. 21:49,929. 440 Kevin Coyle m M40 U Turn 21:52,330. 393 Kevin Coyle m SM Ramelton 22:03,731. 457 Glenn Gallagher m SM 22:05,532. 392 Drew Connolly m SM Lagan Harps 22:07,133. 418 Gillian Marley f SW Milford AC 22:07,234. 377 Jude Mc Crossan m JM Lifford Strabane A.C. 22:14,735. 442 Gerard Mc Connell m SM Swanlings 22:29,736. 423 Tererance Quinn m M50 Lifford Strabane A.C. 22:32,637. 296 Cathal Roarty m M50 Letterkenny A.C. 22:40,038. 395 Eugene Mc Ginley m M50 Swanlings 22:40,839. 452 Damien O Donnell m SM 22:41,540. 422 John Craig m M40 Lifford AC 22:51,041. 278 Tom Doherty m JM Drumoghill Running Club 22:51,542. 266 Paul Gillen m M50 23:10,143. 441 Michael Devlin m SM Lagan Harps 23:11,644. 389 Gareth Rodgers m SM Lagan Harps 23:17,245. 456 Jordan Gallagher m JM Lagan Harps 23:22,046. 373 Marian Kerr f W40 Letterkenny A.C. 23:27,447. 284 Brian Duffy m M40 23:33,948. 300 Danny Sharkey m M50 23:38,049. 277 Tommy Doherty m M50 Drumoghill Running Club 23:41,450. 398 Martin Mac Cafferty m M40 Swanlings 23:42,351. 444 Nancy Mc Namee f W50 Finn Valley A.C. 23:50,552. 378 Harriet Mc Crossan f JW Lifford Strabane A.C. 23:51,653. 390 Fergal Burke m SM 24:07,454. 399 Don Smith m M50 Convoy AC 24:09,555. 471 Tony Morning m JM Dromoghill Running Club 24:14,356. 467 Joseph Morning m SM Dromoghill Running Club 24:18,457. 391 Darragh Rodgers m JM Lagan Harps 24:37,158. 269 Joseph Casey m M50 24:52,759. 271 Erin Doherty f JW Lagan Harps 24:59,660. 417 Caroline Marley f SW Milford AC 25:15,661. 298 Alisha Cuskelly f JW Lifford & Strabane AC 25:16,662. 274 Bambi Doherty f SW 25:31,663. 394 Shaun O Donnell m M50 Swanlings 25:50,764. 381 Brian Doherty m M40 Swanlings 25:51,165. 428 Mark Mailey m SM Convoy AC 26:21,366. 384 Matthew Doran m JM Lagan Harps 26:33,667. 289 Ryan Browne m JM 26:35,168. 288 Jack Browne m JM 26:36,869. 292 Philip Browne m M40 24/7 Triathlon 26:37,970. 383 Angela Doran f W40 26:50,071. 287 Conor Bonner m JM 26:58,972. 397 Amanda Stevenson f SW Drumoghill Running Club 27:13,673. 433 Jean Mc Glinchey f W50 27:18,274. 432 Stephen Mc Elhinney m M40 27:20,475. 431 Rachel Enfield f W40 27:20,676. 451 Eamonn Porter m SM 27:53,777. 438 Kaiden Gibbons m JM 27:59,878. 291 Hazel Browne f W40 28:07,079. 293 Georgina Mc Crudden f SW 28:07,080. 421 Suzie Bogan f SW 28:15,781. 275 Rachel Mc Kenna f JW Milford AC 28:56,982. 276 Pat Mc Kenna f W40 Letterkenny A.C. 29:10,683. 268 Andrea Doran f W40 Fighting Fit 29:26,184. 376 Niamh Toner f JW Drumoghill 30:06,285. 445 Norman Irwin m M40 30:07,686. 414 Jamie Marshall m JM 30:11,687. 458 Damien Bonnar m M40 Drumoghill Running Club 30:23,188. 427 Reace Kelly m JM 30:40,189. 464 Ciaran Quinn m JM Lagan Harps 31:01,390. 286 Mark Bonner m JM 31:07,591. 396 Laura Mc Ginley f SW Drumoghill Running Club 31:09,292. 439 Gerard Sharkey m M50 Swanlings 31:12,893. 297 Olivia Cuskelly f W40 Lifford & Strabane AC 31:14,794. 299 Claudia Cuskelly f JW Lifford & Strabane AC 31:14,895. 273 Katrina Doherty f SW 31:19,696. 434 Noreen Sharkey f W60 31:20,397. 283 Desmond Brownlie m M60 Lagan Valley A.C. 31:42,898. 446 Martin Crawford m SM 31:48,799. 470 Melissa Morning f JW Dromoghill Running Club 31:57,1100. 453 Sharon Clarke f SW 32:37,0101. 460 Orla Jordan f JW 33:39,2102. 280 Ava Doherty f JW Drumoghill Running Club 34:17,8103. 425 Leah Gallagher f JW Lagan Harps 34:53,9104. 281 Olive Mc Ginley f W40 Drumoghill Running Club 35:13,6105. 282 Germain Mc Ginley f W40 Drumoghill Running Club 37:20,9106. 279 Noreen Doherty f W50 Drumoghill Running Club 37:20,9107. 387 Alison Gibson f SW 37:22,2108. 461 Barry Jordan m JM 37:26,6109. 449 Fionn Crawford m JM Drumoghill 38:14,5110. 382 Sinéad Deasley f JW Lagan Harps 38:46,0111. 426 lesha Kelly f JW 38:46,3112. 448 Roisin Crawford f SW Drumoghill 38:55,2113. 443 Jack Mc Connell m JM Lagan Harps 39:15,9114. 450 Dean Ramsey m JM Lagan Harps 39:24,3115. 463 Leah Jordan f JW 39:24,9116. 435 Sandra Ramsay f W40 39:29,1117. 424 Lauren Gallagher f JW Lagan Harps 39:42,8118. 473 Rhianna Devenney f JW 39:46,2119. 388 Mairead Mc Glynn f SW 42:00,8120. 270 Amy Doherty f JW Lagan Harps 42:07,6Doherty wins Manor 5k – where did you come? was last modified: August 16th, 2016 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)
The state pathologist will arrive in Churchill today to examine the body of a 51 year old man.Gardai say they are currently treating the death as suspicious.The man was found with an injury to his head. A full examination of the scene will be carried out and has currently been preserved.State pathologist Dr Marie Cassidy will arrive in the county at 3pm and begin her examination.A Garda spokesman said they will be in a better position to comment on the discovery after the pathologist has carried out her examination. STATE PATHOLOGIST ON WAY TO CHURCHILL TO EXAMINE BODY was last modified: July 8th, 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:bodyChurchillDR MARIE CASSIDY