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FLOW marks 100-day countdown to Rio Olympics

first_img DEDICATED TV CHANNELS Flow will offer viewers the widest range of Olympic programming, available through Flow Sports and other dedicated TV channels, giving customers over 2000 hours of live sporting action, more than any other broadcaster in the region. Flow has also inked regional endorsements with several Caribbean athletes. Some of those athletes will be featured in Flow’s Olympics Campaign, including Olympic Gold medallist Kirani James (Grenada); athletic hopefuls Khalifa St Fort (Trinidad and Tobago); Delano Williams (Turks and Caicos); star hurdler Jaheel Hyde (Jamaica) and 2015 Pan Am Games gold medallist, high-jumper, Levern Spencer (St. Lucia). On April 22nd Flow launched a regional “text-to-win” competition, which will give customers from across the region the chance to win the “Ultimate Rio 2016 Olympic Games Tour.” Four lucky winners will be recipients of the Gold Tour Package, which includes tickets for two to the coveted men’s and women’s 100 metre finals, the two football semi-finals, and beach volleyball matches. The winners will also be treated to guided tours of Rio de Janiero, as well as a grand farewell dinner. “We wanted to make this the best possible Olympic Games experience for our customers,” said Reid. “We will give them an opportunity to participate in the excitement leading up to the games, and provide several lucky customers a chance to win the trip of a lifetime. These competitions, on top of our best-in-class, around-the-clock HD coverage of the Games, are sure to make these Olympic Games the most pleasurable and memorable experience yet for sports fans around the region.” Today Flow joins International Olympic Committee (IOC) partners all over the world in celebration of the official 100-day countdown to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. To mark the occasion, Flow, the region’s only multi-platform Rio 2016 Olympic Games broadcast partner officially announced that it will be broadcasting the Games in HD across the region on Flow Sports, as well as on up to three additional HD channels. Flow will also be delivering the Games via the innovative Flow Rio 2016 Extra app, giving customers access to every Olympic event at their fingertips, and “on the go”, a first for the Caribbean region. “As we join the rest of the world in celebrating the 100-day countdown to one of the biggest sporting events in the world, we are indeed excited at the prospect of delivering the highest quality HD broadcast across multiple platforms, enabling customers to view the games not only on TV but on their mobile devices,” said John Reid, President of Flow.last_img read more

Phoenix wins, acquires Kia

first_imgThe Fuel Masters dropped 35 third-quarter points and completely took the fight out of the Picanto as they scored their first win in the Louie Alas era and snapped a 10-game losing streak dating back to last season’s Governors’ Cup.San Miguel Beer also turned back a pesky Meralco side in the nightcap, 103-97, for a 2-0 start.Alex Cabagnot powered the Beermen with 29 points as San Miguel gained a share of the lead with NLEX.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netANTIPOLO—For all intents and purposes, Phoenix Petroleum won its final PBA game with Kia Picanto as adversary Wednesday night. The next time they play against each other, they will be labeled as sister teams.Getting eight players in twin digits, the Fuel Masters peeled away from the Picanto and scored a 125-102 win in the Philippine Cup at Ynares Center here.ADVERTISEMENT The victory came as top brass from both companies end negotiations where Phoenix will buy the Kia brand in the country lock, stock, and barrel.And that includes the PBA team, according to a highly placed source, who spoke on the condition that he’s not identified.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“They are doing the due diligence as we speak,” the source said. “I just don’t know the exact figure (of the sale), but both parties have already agreed in principle and the sale will push through, with the PBA team included in the deal.”Sale of PBA franchises still needs approval of the board, and if this pushes through, Dennis Uy will have two teams in the league and will become the third owner with multiple teams after tycoons Ramon S. Ang of San Miguel Corp. and Manny V. Pangilinan of PLDT. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball PLAY LIST 02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball02:14Carpio 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 Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson Scottie Thompson also worthy of Finals MVP, thinks Cone View comments OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense Weightlifter Diaz gets TOYM award for 2017 Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals MOST READ LATEST STORIESlast_img read more

White leads GlobalPort past NLEX despite dealing with back spasms

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations LATEST STORIES Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “We trust coach [Pido Jarencio’s] system and in practice we’re working on our defense and being consistent.”White’s four blocks spearheaded Globalport’s stingy defense in the shaded area wherein it only allowed the Hotshots to a 22-of-39 conversion, 44 points, in the paint while putting a 32-of-48 clip on its own end.The Batang Pier limited the Hotshots to 37-of-92 overall in the field while shooting an efficient 47-of-87.ADVERTISEMENT A bad back didn’t stop Malcolm White from leading GlobalPort to victory on Wednesday night.ADVERTISEMENT The 6-foot-9 big man dropped 20 points, 14 rebounds, four assists, and four blocks to lead the Batang Pier to a convincing 116-94 win over the NLEX Road WarriorsWhite said he suffered back spasms when he slept while contorted in a wrong position during a three-hour bus ride to Angeles, Pampanga for their Saturday game against Magnolia where the Batang Pier lost 92-87.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 crownBut White mustered enough strength to overcome the pain.“We just got to keep playing man and believe in ourselves,” said White, whose team is now at 3-2 to move to fourth place in the standings. Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Ravena says NLEX ‘can’t panic’ amid slide Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding MOST READ Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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 View commentslast_img read more

Enmore NDC under investigation

first_img…as fraud allegations surfaceThe Enmore Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) in Region Four is said to be under investigation by the Local Government Commission (LGC), which is probing an alleged fraud that occurred at the council after a fundraiser held by the NDC.Enmore NDCRegion Four Chairperson, Genevieve Allen, has said the LGC stepped in after a decision was made by the NDC following completion of an investigation into the matter.“When we did the balance sheet, it was the overseer who was in charge of the monies all the time, and there was, at no time, any losses; so I don’t know what happened,” she explained.Allen added that after the fundraiser event, the balance sheet showed a profit of $279,000. However, while the BBQ netted an estimated one million dollars in sales, the NDC claimed that it had recorded a loss.Among the items of expenditure subtracted from the net income were monies for the NDC Chairman and Vice-Chairman, among others.The RDC Chair has since informed the NDC that she is sending the report to the Local Government Commission for appropriate action to be taken.last_img read more

Doctors delay release of once-tiny preemie

first_imgAmillia, the first child for Eddie and Sonja Taylor of Homestead, now weighs 4 pounds and is just over 15 inches long. She has suffered respiratory and digestive problems, as well as a mild brain hemorrhage, but doctors believe the health concerns will not have major long-term effects. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! MIAMI – A girl born after just under 22 weeks in the womb – among the shortest gestation periods known for a live birth – will remain in a hospital a few extra days as a precaution, officials said Tuesday. Amillia Sonja Taylor, born Oct. 24 after just under 22 weeks in the womb, had been expected to be sent home from Baptist Children’s Hospital on Tuesday. However, routine tests indicated she was vulnerable to infection, said Dr. Paul Fassbach, who has cared for the baby since shortly after she was born. “She has been fine,” Fassbach said, but doctors are being extra cautious “now that she’s going into the world.” Doctors say Amillia is among the few babies known to have survived after a gestation of fewer than 22 weeks. She was just 9 inches long and weighed less than 10 ounces when she was delivered by Caesarean section. Full-term births come after 37 to 40 weeks. last_img read more

Taylor Council passes third reading of Bylaw to allow Breweries & Cannabis Retail within the District

first_imgTAYLOR, B.C. – At a District of Taylor Regular Council meeting on Tuesday, Councillors passed the third reading of a Bylaw that would allow for Micro Breweries, Craft Distilleries, and Cannabis Retail within the District.Earlier this year, the District had been contacted by local business investors that showed interest in developing a small scale craft brewery within the municipality.According to District Staff, after reviewing the District’s Zoning Bylaw, it was determined that the proposed use is not permitted in any of Taylor’s commercial zones.- Advertisement -Since revising the Bylaw, it was decided that breweries and cannabis-related businesses would be allowed to operate on 100 and 100A streets along the Alaska Highway to ensure that such businesses are not near children or schools.Now that Council has passed the third reading, the Bylaw will be adopted and take effect at a later date.last_img read more

OATFIELDS TO CLOSE – SITE TO BE TURNED INTO SUPERMARKET

first_imgDONEGAL is set to lose its link with Oatfields sweet factory, sources have told donegaldaily.com.Yesterday we revealed the factory’s owners have struck a deal to sell the Letterkenny premises to German supermarket giant Lidl.Informed sources confirmed our story – that the site is to be sold to Lidl – and the last 15 jobs will go, bringing to an end an 80-year association with the town. The Mayor Gerry McMonagle said there is a ”growing frustration and anger” amongst the workforce with their employers’ refusal to clarify for the workforce where the future of the plant lay.Zed Candy and Donegal Creameries are joint owners of the site. They are refusing to say anything – as their massive property deal worth €1.9M is subject to Lidl getting planning permission.“There is a sad reluctance amongst the workforce that they are to lose their jobs,” Cllr McMonagle said.”Some of those at the meeting have been working at Oatfields for 40 years and are now very angry at how their loyalty is being repaid.” Oatfield sweets have been manufactured in Letterkenny for more than 80 years.Zed Candy bought the Oatfield brand from McKinney and Co.Lidl’s move to open a second store in the town is a response to their rivals Aldi which opened a second store just before Christmas.The supermarket wars could erupt further if Tesco gets the go ahead for a new entrance to its store.A new Lidl however on the sweet factory site could cause more concerns over traffic in the area. LEAVE YOUR COMMENT BELOW© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldaily Follow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.comOATFIELDS TO CLOSE – SITE TO BE TURNED INTO SUPERMARKET was last modified: January 21st, 2012 by BrendaShare 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:Donegal NewsdonegaldailyletterkennyOatfieldssweet factorulast_img read more

Cheney stumps for loyalists in Congress

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsCheney defended Pombo before about 200 guests at Stockton’s Bob Hope Theatre. He called the midterm election a referendum on the Republicans’ and Democrats’ views on fighting the War on Terror. As he has in the past, Cheney said he welcomed that debate. “There’s a reason we have not been hit again,” he said. Cheney stopped in Stockton during a tour designed to boost the campaigns of Pombo, Doolittle and Brian Bilbray, the Republican candidate in a special election runoff against Democrat Francine Busby in San Diego. Both are trying to fill the remaining seven months in the term of Randy “Duke” Cunningham, the Republican sentenced to prison for bribery. Cheney and his wife, Lynne, also attended the luncheon in downtown Sacramento for Doolittle, who is facing an unexpected re-election challenge for his ninth term. He has been criticized for his association with lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who pleaded guilty in January to federal charges stemming from an investigation into influence peddling. Across the street from the downtown hotel where the Doolittle event was held, about 100 protesters marched with signs, tambourines and drums to criticize the Bush administration. The group was led by the California Nurses Association, which was promoting its initiative for the November ballot that would create a voluntary system of public campaign financing.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! STOCKTON – Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday campaigned for two veteran California GOP congressman who find themselves facing unexpected primary challenges as administration supporters seek to hold onto their majorities in Congress. Cheney spoke at a private luncheon in Sacramento for Rep. John Doolittle of Roseville and during a fundraising dinner in Stockton for Rep. Richard Pombo of Tracy. Pombo, an eight-term congressman, faces the more serious challenge in the June 6 primary election. Pete McCloskey, a 78-year-old war hero, former congressman and Republican moderate, has challenged Pombo on his environmental record and tapped into voter unrest. He has cast Pombo as complicit in the Bush administration’s deficit spending and accused him of abandoning other core Republican values. last_img read more

SACKFUL OF MEDALS FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT ULSTER INDOOR CHAMPS

first_imgATHLETES from Co Donegal bagged a sackful of medals at the Juvenile Indoor Athletics Ulster Championships at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast.Athletes from Finn Valley, Letterkenny, Lifford, Killybegs, Inishowen and Tir Chonaill clubs all competed.A full list of results from the event is below:  Girls 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 2 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime12Holly ScottSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.27211Alice  GilmoreLagan Valley AC9.32316Saoirse CallaghanLetterkenny AC9.42422Lauren StrangeBallymena & Antrim AC9.4359Pamela ConnollyMonaghan PhoenixDNSGirls 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 4 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime114Michaela LyonsOlympian Y & A Club8.7321Therese HillmanCity of Lisburn AC9.0535Muireann KearneySt Annes AC9.4246Saskia BoyleRosses A.C.9.59517Abbie McGettiganLetterkenny AC10.10Boys 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 2 of 4 (W +2)PosNoNameClubTime1102Conor BrennanSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.732105Alan McGinleyLifford AC8.943106Joshua ArmstrongCity of Lisburn AC9.034119Eoin Kellycranford ac9.215118Martin McQuillanBallymena & Antrim AC9.68Boys 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 4 of 4 (W +2)PosNoNameClubTime1115Shane DuffyShercock AC8.582116Gareth CrawfordStrabane Track Club9.063107Conor LynchLifford AC9.304109Cian FlannaganMilford AC9.375103Oisin Mc BreenAnnalee AC9.586120Ryan HilfertyLetterkenny AC9.90Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 2 of 5 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime137Lydia MillsBallymena & Antrim AC8.43240Lauren BrookerLagan Valley AC8.84355Leva PaulikaityteMonaghan Phoenix8.94430Debbie KennedySliabh Liag9.50557Sarah Mc KennaGlaslough Harriers9.50654Eilesh FaarenLetterkenny AC9.79Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 4 of 5 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime129Ava  MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.30235Niamh FarrellLetterkenny AC8.54331Michaela CarolanShercock AC8.774490Sarah WoodsCity of Lisburn9.29545Julie HarkinFinn Valley Ac9.666489Rebecca MageeNewry ACDNFBoys 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime1438Keir CarmichaelKilbarchan AAC8.192133Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC8.343142Ciaran BarnesNorth Belfast Harriers8.354129Matthew DaltonCity of Lisburn AC8.845139Eric DuffyCeltic DCH8.84Boys 1999 Under 14 800m ( 3 x time trial)PosNoNameClubTime1331Byran Mc NameeFinn Valley Ac2.21.512332Denver KellyFinn Valley Ac2.28.343324Ultan O’RourkeMonaghan Phoenix2.29.394111Conor  McCluskeyMid Ulster AC2.29.725110Caleb DempseyBallymena & Antrim AC2.31.586327Christy ConlonBeechmount Harriers2.32.487323Niall WardMonaghan Phoenix2.33.428334Barry KieranShercock AC2.35.429320Matthew NeillCity of Lisburn AC2.40.7210328Matthew RobinsonBallymena & Antrim AC2.40.9911255Conor DeeryShercock AC2.41.5412104Eoghan BradleyLetterkenny AC2.45.1713335Conall ReganCeltic DCH2.45.7114467Oisin Kiernan2.46.5315105Alan McGinleyLifford AC2.47.5916325James ScanlonCeltic DCH2.48.4317321Matthew JohnstonLetterkenny AC2.52.9018322Luke HamwayCeltic DCH2.54.5819106Joshua ArmstrongCity of Lisburn AC2.59.23Boys 1998 Under 15 800m (4 x time trial)PosNoNameClubTime1344OisíN O’Callaghan2.15.932341Stefan McCrossanLetterkenny AC2.19.063337Oisin ToalLetterkenny AC2.21.404354Padhraic PattonFinn Valley Ac2.24.025350Adam LynchFinn Valley Ac2.28.076349Amando BamisileWillowfield Harriers2.28.147127Conor McGlynnLetterkenny AC2.28.828357Conor IrvingSt Marys Grammar School2.29.899336Paul PeppardMonaghan Phoenix2.31.3510345Conor DuffCity of Derry AC Spartans2.32.6211128Callum Crawford-WalkerLagan Valley AC2.34.1912355Rory CassidyShercock AC2.34.4813351Oisin KerelyShercock AC2.35.4414340Shane ThompsonFinn Valley Ac2.36.8615343Matthew SweeneyLetterkenny AC2.39.0816352Michael RoganBeechmount Harriers2.45.6917342Ethan McCrossanLetterkenny AC2.50.7018348Michael HanleyCeltic DCH2.52.6019347Martin McGuirkMonaghan Phoenix2.56.8620339Matthew GilmoreUpper Bann AC3.07.7321338Adam ReaderUpper Bann AC3.13.81Girls 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime1184Alix GalbraithCity of Lisburn AC9.002224Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC10.203187Nicola NibhaoillRosses A.C.11.70412Rachel Mullan13.805183Michaela O’HanlonMonaghan PhoenixDNSBoys 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1207Oliver WakefieldNorth Down AC9.612101Brandon ConnollyLifford AC11.403209Finn Burke- PowerCeltic DCH11.84Boys 1998 Under 15 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W+4)PosNoNameClubTime1211Cameron KellyCity of Lisburn9.962212Jordan ConwellLifford AC10.483128Callum Crawford-WalkerLagan Valley AC12.27Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime129Ava  MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.692190Nicole CuskellyLifford AC11.46326Niamh GaviganSliabh Liag11.534192Eimear KielyCity of Derry AC Spartans11.73Girls 1997 Under 16 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1197Caitlin  RoseCity of Lisburn AC10.23270Ruth GillespieTir Chonaill AC10.273200Laura Mc PhillipsGlaslough Harriers10.354226Karen GallagherLifford AC10.745228Megan WynneSt. Laurence O’Toole ACDQGirls 1996 Under 16 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1203Lauren DwyerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.50283Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill AC9.753204Lisa GibsonLetterkenny AC10.60492Chelsie MacDougallKilbarchan AAC12.53Boys 1999 Under 14 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1115Shane DuffyShercock AC8.292121Robbie MarrsCity of Lisburn AC8.333114Karl Mc KennaGlaslough Harriers8.534123Louis McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC8.605102Conor BrennanSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.816105Alan McGinleyLifford AC8.96Boys 1998 Under 15 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1125Ben FisherCity of Lisburn AC8.082137Joseph  KillenCity of Derry AC Spartans8.123132Darragh ToalLetterkenny AC8.144438Keir CarmichaelKilbarchan AAC8.225133Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC8.306136Ciaran O’ShaughnessyCelbridge ACDNSGirls 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles FinalPosNoNameClubTime12Holly ScottSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.512222Niamh MaloneMonaghan Phoenix10.2631Therese HillmanCity of Lisburn AC10.294184Alix GalbraithCity of Lisburn AC10.335224Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC10.566223Shannon CraigLifford AC10.91Girls 1996 Under 17 60m Hurdles FinalPosNoNameClubTime1203Lauren DwyerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.23283Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill AC9.57391Emma BradyTir Chonaill AC9.634204Lisa GibsonLetterkenny AC10.995205Sarah Hannah WardOlympian Y & A Club11.34690Christine CampionCelbridge ACDNFGirls 1999 Under 14 Relays Heat 2 of 2 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1502Finn Valley AC2.01.252506Shercock AC2.01.953504Letterkenny AC2.03.074500Annalee AC2.05.47Boys 1999 Under 14 Relays Heat 2 of 2, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1509Finn Valley AC1.54.672513Celtic DCH2.03.513538Monaghan Phoenix2.04.73Girls 1998 Under 15 Relays Heat 2 of 2, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1519Letterkenny AC1.58.792515Lagan Valley AC2.00.353517City of Lisburn AC2.03.19Girls 1997 Under 15 Relays FINAL, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1527City of Lisburn AC1.48.752528Tir Chonaill AC1.52.253526Kilbarchan AAC1.55.96Boys 1997 Under 16 Relays Heat 2 of 2,  4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1529North Sligo AC1.39.862543Tir Chonaill AC1.46.03Boys 1996 Under 17 Relays FINAL, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1536City of Lisburn AC1.39.462534Shercock AC1.39.62Girls 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 2 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime12Holly ScottSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.27211Alice  GilmoreLagan Valley AC9.32316Saoirse CallaghanLetterkenny AC9.42422Lauren StrangeBallymena & Antrim AC9.4359Pamela ConnollyMonaghan PhoenixDNSGirls 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 4 of 4 (W + 2)PosNoNameClubTime114Michaela LyonsOlympian Y & A Club8.7321Therese HillmanCity of Lisburn AC9.0535Muireann KearneySt Annes AC9.4246Saskia BoyleRosses A.C.9.59517Abbie McGettiganLetterkenny AC10.10Boys 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 2 of 4 (W +2)PosNoNameClubTime1102Conor BrennanSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.732105Alan McGinleyLifford AC8.943106Joshua ArmstrongCity of Lisburn AC9.034119Eoin Kellycranford ac9.215118Martin McQuillanBallymena & Antrim AC9.68Boys 1999 Under 14 60m Heat 4 of 4 (W +2)PosNoNameClubTime1115Shane DuffyShercock AC8.582116Gareth CrawfordStrabane Track Club9.063107Conor LynchLifford AC9.304109Cian FlannaganMilford AC9.375103Oisin Mc BreenAnnalee AC9.586120Ryan HilfertyLetterkenny AC9.90Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 2 of 5 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime137Lydia MillsBallymena & Antrim AC8.43240Lauren BrookerLagan Valley AC8.84355Leva PaulikaityteMonaghan Phoenix8.94430Debbie KennedySliabh Liag9.50557Sarah Mc KennaGlaslough Harriers9.50654Eilesh FaarenLetterkenny AC9.79Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 4 of 5 (W + 1)PosNoNameClubTime129Ava  MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.30235Niamh FarrellLetterkenny AC8.54331Michaela CarolanShercock AC8.774490Sarah WoodsCity of Lisburn9.29545Julie HarkinFinn Valley Ac9.666489Rebecca MageeNewry ACDNFBoys 1998 Under 15 60m Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime1438Keir CarmichaelKilbarchan AAC8.192133Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC8.343142Ciaran BarnesNorth Belfast Harriers8.354129Matthew DaltonCity of Lisburn AC8.845139Eric DuffyCeltic DCH8.84Boys 1999 Under 14 800m ( 3 x time trial)PosNoNameClubTime1331Byran Mc NameeFinn Valley Ac2.21.512332Denver KellyFinn Valley Ac2.28.343324Ultan O’RourkeMonaghan Phoenix2.29.394111Conor  McCluskeyMid Ulster AC2.29.725110Caleb DempseyBallymena & Antrim AC2.31.586327Christy ConlonBeechmount Harriers2.32.487323Niall WardMonaghan Phoenix2.33.428334Barry KieranShercock AC2.35.429320Matthew NeillCity of Lisburn AC2.40.7210328Matthew RobinsonBallymena & Antrim AC2.40.9911255Conor DeeryShercock AC2.41.5412104Eoghan BradleyLetterkenny AC2.45.1713335Conall ReganCeltic DCH2.45.7114467Oisin Kiernan2.46.5315105Alan McGinleyLifford AC2.47.5916325James ScanlonCeltic DCH2.48.4317321Matthew JohnstonLetterkenny AC2.52.9018322Luke HamwayCeltic DCH2.54.5819106Joshua ArmstrongCity of Lisburn AC2.59.23Boys 1998 Under 15 800m (4 x time trial)PosNoNameClubTime1344OisíN O’Callaghan2.15.932341Stefan McCrossanLetterkenny AC2.19.063337Oisin ToalLetterkenny AC2.21.404354Padhraic PattonFinn Valley Ac2.24.025350Adam LynchFinn Valley Ac2.28.076349Amando BamisileWillowfield Harriers2.28.147127Conor McGlynnLetterkenny AC2.28.828357Conor IrvingSt Marys Grammar School2.29.899336Paul PeppardMonaghan Phoenix2.31.3510345Conor DuffCity of Derry AC Spartans2.32.6211128Callum Crawford-WalkerLagan Valley AC2.34.1912355Rory CassidyShercock AC2.34.4813351Oisin KerelyShercock AC2.35.4414340Shane ThompsonFinn Valley Ac2.36.8615343Matthew SweeneyLetterkenny AC2.39.0816352Michael RoganBeechmount Harriers2.45.6917342Ethan McCrossanLetterkenny AC2.50.7018348Michael HanleyCeltic DCH2.52.6019347Martin McGuirkMonaghan Phoenix2.56.8620339Matthew GilmoreUpper Bann AC3.07.7321338Adam ReaderUpper Bann AC3.13.81Girls 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime1184Alix GalbraithCity of Lisburn AC9.002224Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC10.203187Nicola NibhaoillRosses A.C.11.70412Rachel Mullan13.805183Michaela O’HanlonMonaghan PhoenixDNSBoys 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1207Oliver WakefieldNorth Down AC9.612101Brandon ConnollyLifford AC11.403209Finn Burke- PowerCeltic DCH11.84Boys 1998 Under 15 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W+4)PosNoNameClubTime1211Cameron KellyCity of Lisburn9.962212Jordan ConwellLifford AC10.483128Callum Crawford-WalkerLagan Valley AC12.27Girls 1998 Under 15 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 3 (W + 3)PosNoNameClubTime129Ava  MurphySt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.692190Nicole CuskellyLifford AC11.46326Niamh GaviganSliabh Liag11.534192Eimear KielyCity of Derry AC Spartans11.73Girls 1997 Under 16 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1197Caitlin  RoseCity of Lisburn AC10.23270Ruth GillespieTir Chonaill AC10.273200Laura Mc PhillipsGlaslough Harriers10.354226Karen GallagherLifford AC10.745228Megan WynneSt. Laurence O’Toole ACDQGirls 1996 Under 16 60m Hurdles Heat 2 of 2 (W + 4)PosNoNameClubTime1203Lauren DwyerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.50283Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill AC9.753204Lisa GibsonLetterkenny AC10.60492Chelsie MacDougallKilbarchan AAC12.53Boys 1999 Under 14 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1115Shane DuffyShercock AC8.292121Robbie MarrsCity of Lisburn AC8.333114Karl Mc KennaGlaslough Harriers8.534123Louis McGuckianCity of Lisburn AC8.605102Conor BrennanSt. Laurence O’Toole AC8.816105Alan McGinleyLifford AC8.96Boys 1998 Under 15 60m FinalPosNoNameClubTime1125Ben FisherCity of Lisburn AC8.082137Joseph  KillenCity of Derry AC Spartans8.123132Darragh ToalLetterkenny AC8.144438Keir CarmichaelKilbarchan AAC8.225133Shane IrwinLetterkenny AC8.306136Ciaran O’ShaughnessyCelbridge ACDNSGirls 1999 Under 14 60m Hurdles FinalPosNoNameClubTime12Holly ScottSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.512222Niamh MaloneMonaghan Phoenix10.2631Therese HillmanCity of Lisburn AC10.294184Alix GalbraithCity of Lisburn AC10.335224Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC10.566223Shannon CraigLifford AC10.91Girls 1996 Under 17 60m Hurdles FinalPosNoNameClubTime1203Lauren DwyerSt. Laurence O’Toole AC9.23283Kelly McGroryTir Chonaill AC9.57391Emma BradyTir Chonaill AC9.634204Lisa GibsonLetterkenny AC10.995205Sarah Hannah WardOlympian Y & A Club11.34690Christine CampionCelbridge ACDNFGirls 1999 Under 14 Relays Heat 2 of 2 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1502Finn Valley AC2.01.252506Shercock AC2.01.953504Letterkenny AC2.03.074500Annalee AC2.05.47Boys 1999 Under 14 Relays Heat 2 of 2, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1509Finn Valley AC1.54.672513Celtic DCH2.03.513538Monaghan Phoenix2.04.73Girls 1998 Under 15 Relays Heat 2 of 2, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1519Letterkenny AC1.58.792515Lagan Valley AC2.00.353517City of Lisburn AC2.03.19Girls 1997 Under 15 Relays FINAL, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1527City of Lisburn AC1.48.752528Tir Chonaill AC1.52.253526Kilbarchan AAC1.55.96Boys 1997 Under 16 Relays Heat 2 of 2,  4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1529North Sligo AC1.39.862543Tir Chonaill AC1.46.03Boys 1996 Under 17 Relays FINAL, 4 x 200mPosNoNameClubTime1536City of Lisburn AC1.39.462534Shercock AC1.39.62 Girls 1998 Under 15 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1188Niamh KellyBoyne AC (Guest)1.492408Karen KellyFinn Valley Ac1.46328Phoebe TanCity of Lisburn AC1.46427Sasha ByrneFinn Valley Ac1.405190Nicole CuskellyLifford AC1.406189Dara KieranShercock AC1.35735Niamh FarrellLetterkenny AC1.308267Aoife CorrCeltic DCH1.25936Ellen MulliganGlaslough Harriers1.20Boys 1998 Under 15 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1129Matthew DaltonCity of Lisburn AC1.512418Jack Mc GeehanFinn Valley Ac1.483211Cameron KellyCity of Lisburn1.404416John GibbonsSliabh Liag1.405131James ClarkOlympian Y & A Club1.406210Sean Og LawlorAnnalee AC1.357417Conor SharkeyOlympian Y & A Club1.25Boys 1998 Under 15 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1129Matthew DaltonCity of Lisburn AC11.992211Cameron KellyCity of Lisburn10.503469Martin McGraneSt Peter’s AC (guest)10.184340Shane ThompsonFinn Valley Ac9.845487Darryl CrawfordStrabane9.646471Ethan BradleyRegent House9.187416John GibbonsSliabh Liag9.068336Paul PeppardMonaghan Phoenix8.569473Kyle Van GleesonRegent House8.3510130Martin MullenMonaghan Phoenix8.2111470Brendan DiverInishowen Athletics Club7.6512472Stephen GibsonLifford AC6.84Girls 1999 Under 14 Long JumpPosNoNameClubDistance12Holly ScottSt. Laurence O’Toole AC4.572224Arlene CrossanLetterkenny AC4.52320Jainne  BoyleFinn Valley Ac4.494183Michaela O’HanlonMonaghan Phoenix4.0553Amy HannaRosses A.C.4.056185Rebecca McShaneSliabh Liag3.867252Leanne KiernanShercock AC3.688186Eimear CorcoranShercock AC3.419254Altan MurphyLetterkenny AC3.31104Maria SharkeyRosses A.C.3.26116Saskia BoyleRosses A.C.3.25125Muireann KearneySt Annes AC3.19Girls 1999 Under 14 High JumpPosNoNameClubHeight1223Shannon CraigLifford AC1.412184Alix GalbraithCity of Lisburn AC1.413183Michaela O’HanlonMonaghan Phoenix1.254222Niamh MaloneMonaghan Phoenix1.255252Leanne KiernanShercock AC1.206407Katherine O’ReillyCity of Lisburn AC1.10Boys 1999 Under 14 ShotPosNoNameClubDistance1464Thomas McGowanTir Chonaill AC11.352465Oisin MurphyGlaslough Harriers9.513414Brendan O’DonnellLifford AC8.394120Ryan HilfertyLetterkenny AC7.725463Garbhan WalkerCity of Derry AC Spartans7.136401Dylan KearnsKillybegs Ac6.867466Michael McShaneLetterkenny AC6.828255Conor DeeryShercock AC5.87SACKFUL OF MEDALS FOR DONEGAL ATHLETES AT ULSTER INDOOR CHAMPS was last modified: February 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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)last_img read more

Women’s Basketball Celebrates 2017-18 Season; Hosts Annual One-on-One Event

first_imgThe one-on-one program allowed the faculty and the student-athletes to introduce each other to the crowd. The duos used fun, creative ways to present each other and give the audience a chance to get to know the student-athletes in a different way than what they see out on the basketball court. For the one-on-one, each student-athlete was paired with a Drake faculty or staff member and introduced to each other at a dinner prior to the event. The dinner gave each pair a chance to share personal information and stories before introducing one another at a short program for the public on the floor of the Knapp Center. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s basketball program hosted its annual One-on-One event with Drake faculty and staff members and the public Tuesday, Oct. 16 evening at the Knapp Center. The annual event helps the program celebrate the upcoming basketball season! The Drake University Bulldog Club will host its annual Tipoff Breakfast for the upcoming Drake men’s and women’s basketball seasons on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 7 a.m. in the downtown Des Moines Marriott. The women’s basketball team will host Dubuque on Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. in the first of two exhibition contests.  Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Drake women’s basketball would like to thank the following local businesses for their generous donations for the one-on-one event. Cookies by Design Echo’s Cookie Shop Glorious Desserts (one of Drake’s own) Molly’s Cupcakes Subway Scratch Crème Cupcake & Dessert Nothing Bundt Cakes Christopher’s Following the conclusion of the One-on-One program, student-athletes, coaching staff and administrators were presented championship rings for last season’s historic season. The Bulldogs won their second-straight Missouri Valley Conference regular season and tournament titles with the program’s second-consecutive perfect 18-0 record in MVC action in the regular season followed by three wins at Hoops in the Heartland in Moline, Ill. The 2017-18 season was capped with the program’s 12th appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Those administrators, staff members, coaches and student-athletes were honored for being integral parts in last season’s tremendous success. Prior to the program, the team hosted a dessert reception for the public on the upper concourse of the Knapp Center. After enjoying numerous delicious desserts from several, generous local businesses the action moved to the court for the program.last_img read more