Ex-Man United manager avoids jail but hit by fine for tax fraud in Spain

first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Manchester United’s Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho leaves the pitch following the UEFA Champions League group H football match between Manchester United and Young Boys at Old Trafford in Manchester, north-west England on November 27, 2018. – Manchester won 1-0. (Photo by Oli SCARFF / AFP)Ex-Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has avoided jail for tax fraud as part of a deal with Spanish prosecutors revealed Tuesday but will pay a fine of close to two million euros.The 56-year-old is accused of committing tax fraud in 2011 and 2012 when he coached Spanish giants Real Madrid.ADVERTISEMENT Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio 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 LATEST STORIES MOST READ Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers According to the agreement seen by AFP, Mourinho accepted a one-year jail sentence immediately commuted to a fine of 182,500 euros.The Portuguese coach will also have to pay an additional penalty of 1.98 million euros ($2.3 million).FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsMourinho, sacked by Manchester United in December following a string of disappointing performances, is the latest high-profile football figure to be judged over his tax affairs in Spain.Spanish prosecutors accuse Mourinho, who coached Real Madrid between 2010 and 2013, of failing to declare income of 1.6 million euros in 2011 and 1.7 million euros in 2012. Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titlecenter_img Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Paul Lee’s new season off to rough start with thumb injury Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The grounds for the case, as with a series of football stars based in Spain, is how income from Mourinho’s image rights was managed and declared.Prosecutors believe by ceding his image rights to a series of companies based in tax havens, Mourinho committed fraud by not declaring the income those companies made from his image rights.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil View commentslast_img read more

Ellen Makes New Appointments in Gov’t

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has made additional appointments in government affecting the Ministries of Agriculture and Internal Affairs as well as the Board of the National Port Authority (NPA).According to an Executive Mansion release, those appointed include:Ministry of AgricultureDr. Moses Zinneh, MinisterMinistry of Internal AffairsBong CountyMr. Milton Varney, Commissioner, Sanoyea District and Mr. Aaron Boe Boimah, Sr., Commissioner, Teh Administrative DistrictGbarpolu CountyMr. J. Keyah Saah, Commissioner, Belle Yalla TownshipMaryland CountyMr. Robert Moore, Land CommissionerNational Port Authority (NPA)Dr. Henrique Tokpah, Chairman of the Board of Directors; Minister of Finance and Development Planning; Minister of Commerce and Industry; Ministry of Transport; Director General, General Services Agency; Mr. Cecil Barnes (Shipping and Stevedoring); Mr. Rudolph Merab (Logging Association); Mr. James Davies (Land Leasers); Firestone (Port Users); Mr. David Gibson; Ms. Grace Kpaan; Ms. Sheba Brown; Cllr. James H.R. Cooper; Rev. Emmanuel Bowier; and the Managing DirectorThese appointments are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate where applicable. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Residents call for better drainage infrastructure

first_imgKwakwani flooding…as Opposition donates relief suppliesAs residents of Kwakwani, Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice), continue to grapple with the floodwaters, which are slowly receding, they are calling on the Government to ensure that the drainage infrastructure within the community is strengthened, so when the next rainy season arrived, they could be better prepared to face the overtopping of the Berbice River.“Inland development needs to be addressed. Within Kwakwani, we have a set ofResident Kay Fordeblocking of drains and if we have those fixed, we would have better response. We will have better flow of water. Yes, the river overflows and we can do some dredging, but internally we are all blocked up. We have to encourage inland development,” resident Kay Forde said.She told Guyana Times that her farm has been underwater for over one month with no relief in sight. The woman said that residents have made numerous representations to the local authorities, but nothing was being done to alleviate the issues faced by the residents of Kwakwani.“We want proper roads and serious drains and we are inviting the Minister of Communities and the Minister of Infrastructure in this area to do some work. The flood does affect all of us, because we are not getting fresh food and all we haveThis house is barely spared from being under waterto eat is sardines and rice,” Forde said.“Nobody hears Kwakwani; we like the outside of the backdoor of Guyana. We have no support here. We don’t see no Government support here in Kwakwani, and we does contribute to the development of this country, because we have bauxite here, logging and diamond,” another resident said.The flooding in Kwakwani started in April and intensified over the months owing to the heavy rainfall coupled with the overtopping of the Berbice River. Persons living on Lamp Island and the Waterfront are the most severely affected, but according to acting Civil Defence Commission (CDC) Director, Lieutenant Colonel Kester Craig, there was no need for emergency shelters.The water rose to as high as eight feet in some areas and was receding slowly. Residents are utilising boats as the main mode of transportation, since the roadsResident Anuradha Jaggernauth with her newborn babyare inundated.When this publication visited Kwakwani on Sunday, resident Patricia (only name given) said she had been living on Lamp Island for a number of years, explaining that they usually expect flooding, but the level of flooding far surpassed their expectations.“The water is really affecting us badly, because we had to move from the downstairs and carry back up the kitchen upstairs because water is about knee height under our house. A lot of people is affected more, because water is in their house where they are actually living and it is really bad. It hasn’t come to the full height as yet, but it seems as though it stick and hopefully, it goes down after this,” she said.Another resident, Anuradha Jaggernauth, said they have to incur additional expenses, because they were forced to travel with boats. In addition, the drinking water of a number of persons is contaminated forcing them to conserve on whatever water they have.A team of Opposition parliamentarians on Sunday visited the flood-affectedThe water inundating almost all of this shopcommunity, where food items and cleaning detergents were distributed to the grateful residents. The residents expressed their gratitude to the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) for the timely relief supplies.PPP/Civic parliamentarian Neil Kumar distributed the supplies on behalf of the Party and interacted with the residents. Kumar said that the Party was pleased to assist the residents and reiterated the call for the Government to provide immediate relief supplies to the affected residents.Meanwhile, the CDC Head said the entity has finished mobilising relief supplies for the residents and indicated that the supplies for the more than 300 affected residents should arrive by Wednesday.The affected areas are said to be low-lying with residents being given the option to move, but they have not taken up that offer. However, a team would have visitedThis woman is using floodwater to do laundrythe community on Friday when representatives from the Agriculture and Public Health Ministries discovered that livestock and farmland were being affected. The medical team visited the Kwakwani Public Hospital to determine if anyone was suffering from any form of disease or hospitalised owing to the flooding, but found that no one was suffering from any disease or is hospitalised.According to a regional official from the community, hundreds of households are affected by the floods.last_img read more

Govt continues to ignore CCJ orders, Guyana’s constitutional stipulations

first_imgPresident David Granger Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo…caretaker Govt fails to resign…President yet to take up urgent meeting request with Opposition LeaderThe Government of Guyana continues to defyFormer Opposition Chief WhipGail Teixeiraboth the Caribbean Court of Justice and the Constitution of Guyana by not resigning as ordered by the court, which ruled to enforce the constitution of Guyana.With the Government being toppled following the passage of the No Confidence Vote on December 21, 2018, the CCJ ordered that Articles 106 of the Constitution of Guyana be enforced. Article 106 (6) and (7) of the Constitution states, respectively: “The Cabinet including the President shall resign if the Government is defeated by the vote of a majority of all the elected members of the National Assembly on a vote of confidence.” And “Notwithstanding its defeat, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election within three months, or such longer period as the National Assembly shall by resolution supported by not less than two-thirds of the votes of all the elected members of the National Assembly determine, and shall resign after the President takes the oath of office following the election.”The CCJ on the matter of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) ordered that the Opposition Leader and the President select a new Chairman as a matter of urgency.The selection of a GECOM chairman is of paramount importance considering the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruling and the President, himself, has said a Chairman can be appointed by Monday, but there has been no word on when the President and Opposition Leader will meet.This is despite the fact that Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo took the initiative to write to President David Granger, inviting him to a meeting over the weekend or at any time. Jagdeo’s invitation even contained his personal phone number. But up to the press conference, the Government has been lacklustre about taking up Jagdeo’s offer and has not confirmed when this meeting will take place.When contacted by this publication on Saturday, People’s Progressive Party Executive Member Gail Teixeira confirmed that the Opposition received a reply from the Government to Jagdeo’s invitation.It is not, however, a response confirming that a meeting will take place. The former Chief Whip noted that the two sides have been exchanging correspondence since Friday and have not settled on details for the meeting. That exchange, according to Texieira, is continuing.“So (never mind) the bravado of the President, ‘oh we can have a Chairman by Monday’, cut away the fluff and you have more fluff,” Texieira subsequently complained during a live broadcast programme. “Because the President’s response does not say, ‘yes, I’m available to meet, let’s set up a meeting’”.In handing down its consequential orders on Friday, the CCJ had urged Guyana’s political leaders to appoint a new GECOM Chairman with the utmost urgency. This is especially in light of its previous ruling validating the December No-Confidence Motion, thus, triggering the need for fresh elections.Subsequently, President Granger had announced, in his address to the nation, that a new Chairman could be appointed as soon as Monday. According to Granger in his video address, “it is clear that elections have to be held in the shortest possible time and, therefore, it is crucial to appoint a chairman of the Elections Commission. This could be done as early as Monday if the Opposition is prepared to act in a consensual manner and in good faith”.It is following Granger’s commitment to meet that Jagdeo subsequently wrote the Head of State, proposing that they meet urgently. The Opposition Leader indicated to the President that he is available to meet at any time— even over the weekend— to work on a list of names for consideration for appointment to the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission in accordance with the Constitution.Failure to adhere to ConstitutionMeanwhile, the Government, in a statement on Saturday, called itself an “interim” Government – in apparent defiance to term itself as a “caretaker” as stated by the CCJ – and committed to curtailing its powers and legal authority in accordance with the Constitution and the CCJ ruling.“This means that while the Government will continue its routine management of the country, it will also address urgent issues that are in the public interest. It is also prepared to consult with the Opposition on matters which require the agreement of both sides,” the Government said in the statement.However, no mention was made in the statement whether Cabinet and the President stood resigned, nor was an election date named in the statement.In clear defiance of the Constitution of Guyana, the Government said it “accepts that it is an ‘interim’ Government but emphasises that Cabinet has not stopped functioning and Government must continue to provide public services. The Constitution of Guyana at Article 106 (7) states that notwithstanding its defeat in the National Assembly, the Government shall remain in office and shall hold an election”.In the same breath, the Government said that it agreed with the Court that it is of greatest importance that the President and the Leader of the Opposition conclude the process of appointing a new Chairman of GECOM.According to the Government in its statement, it met with the Opposition three times in the past week to “hammer out” the list of six nominees in accordance with the CCJ guidelines. It noted that the process has not been completed.Shifting responsibilityThe statement, however, also goes back to shifting the responsibility for an election date to GECOM, even though the President is responsible for proclaiming a date in accordance with the Constitution. In addition, GECOM itself has said previously that it will be ready whenever a date is set.“With this No-Confidence Motion, it means once the date is set, it will be held… it is our constitutional mandate to conduct the General and Regional Elections and Local Government Elections (LGEs) whenever they are constitutionally due; so whether it is in the 90 days, then it is GECOM’s responsibility to conduct elections,” Public Relations Officer (PRO) of GECOM Yolanda Warde was quoted saying by the State media on December 27, days after the No-Confidence Motion was passed.In its statement, however, the Government stated “the Elections Commission is responsible for holding elections and not the Executive. GECOM, therefore, has to advise the President of its readiness to conduct elections”.“The Government maintains that credible elections are the hallmark of a democratic State. Credible elections are dependent on, in part, the integrity of the Official List of Electors,” it states.PSCMeanwhile, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) expressed its concern and noted that the President and Opposition Leader need to appoint a Chairman of GECOM as “a matter of urgency”. The PSC also noted that this must be done from the list submitted by the Opposition Leader.“Within the spirit of the orders of the CCJ, the PSC, therefore, expects the President, GECOM, and all the political actors to act responsibly by adhering to the Constitution and the ruling of the CCJ,” the statement says.last_img read more

United part of ‘second level’, says Mourinho

first_img0Shares0000Manchester United’s manager Jose Mourinho leaves following their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel, at Old Trafford in Manchester, on September 12, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Sep 13 – Manchester United cannot be considered among the top band of teams in the Champions League, manager Jose Mourinho insisted after his side brushed aside Basel 3-0 on their competition return.Goals from substitutes Marouane Fellaini and Marcus Rashford sandwiched Romelu Lukaku’s first goal in the competition proper as United opened their Group A campaign in straightforward fashion on Tuesday. There were eye-catching wins elsewhere — Barcelona beating Juventus 3-0, big-spending Paris Saint-Germain crushing Celtic 5-0 — and Mourinho said United could not currently be considered in the same bracket.“I think for these teams that you are speaking of and for the Real Madrids, Barcelonas and Bayerns, the Champions League starts in February,” Mourinho told reporters at Old Trafford.“Now is just the warming up. And in February, when us English teams are trying to survive after the winter period, they are fresh and ready after these warm-ups.“For them this is a warm-up. I think we are in the second level. The second level is, let’s qualify, let’s make the points to qualify for the knockout phase. When we do that, let’s enjoying playing against the big guys.”Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring his team’s second goal during their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel, at Old Trafford in Manchester, on September 12, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFFHaving spent last season picking a path to glory in the Europa League, which enabled them to qualify for the Champions League, this was United’s first game in the top continental competition since December 2015.An injury to Paul Pogba aside, United could scarcely have asked for a more straightforward reintroduction to a tournament they have won three times.But Mourinho criticised his players for easing off after Lukaku’s 53rd-minute header put them 2-0 up, accusing them of playing “PlayStation football” decorated by unnecessary “flicks and tricks”.Pogba left the stadium on crutches after being forced off in the 18th minute.“I don’t know, obviously, but by experience, just by looking and feeling, it’s a hamstring,” Mourinho said. “Big, small, I don’t know.”– Basel ‘a bit scared’ –Manchester United’s Paul Pogba sits injured during their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel, at Old Trafford in Manchester, on September 12, 2017 © AFP / Oli SCARFFIt was an untimely end to Pogba’s first match as United captain, but the France midfielder’s departure had the beneficial side-effect of bringing Fellaini into the fray.So often derided for his perceived lack of coordination, the bushy-haired Belgian was United’s best player, opening the scoring in the 35th minute with a bullet header from Ashley Young’s right-wing cross.After his international team-mate Lukaku had added a second, Fellaini turned provider late on, rolling the ball back from the byline on the right for Rashford to scuff home.Fellaini was jeered by some United supporters last season after conceding a late penalty that enabled Everton to rescue a 1-1 draw in a Premier League game at Goodison Park in December.But Mourinho said that had been the former Everton player’s only misstep in their year-long association.“To remember a Fellaini bad performance I have to go back to last season in the beginning and it was not even a bad performance,” Mourinho said.“Just a naive mistake when he made a penalty in the last minute at Goodison Park. Fellaini’s contributions are always positive. He’s a very important player for me.”Swiss champions Basel have now gone nine European games without victory, but coach Raphael Wicky was reluctant to criticise his players.“We can learn. This is what I said to my team after the final whistle,” he said.“I saw a team that was alive, that was suffering and fighting together until the 90th minute.“What I didn’t like was that at the beginning we seemed a bit scared, particularly when we had the ball. But I never saw the team fall apart. There was commitment and hard work until the final whistle.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Raheem Sterling accuses newspapers of fuelling racism

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling has accused British newspapers of helping to “fuel racism” © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 9 – Raheem Sterling has accused British newspapers of helping to “fuel racism” with the way they portray young black footballers after he suffered alleged abuse during Manchester City’s defeat at Chelsea.Chelsea and the police are investigating the incident at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, which was highlighted on social media. Sterling, 24, posted on Instagram on Sunday, referencing a story from January about City teammate Tosin Adarabioyo reportedly buying an expensive house despite never having started a Premier League match.“The young black kid is looked at in a bad light. Which helps fuel racism an(d) aggressive behaviour,” Sterling wrote.“So for all the newspapers that don’t understand why people are racist in this day and age all I have to say is have a second thought about fair publicity an(d) give all players an equal chance.”Sterling received a barrage of abuse from home supporters as he retrieved the ball from behind the goal during the first half of the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, which City lost 2-0.The England international said he was not surprised by the behaviour of the fans but did not elaborate on what was said.“I just want to say, I am not normally the person to talk a lot but when I think I need my point heard I will speak up,” he posted.“Regarding what was said at the Chelsea game, as you can see by my reaction I just had to laugh because I don’t expect no better.”In his social media post, Sterling refers to headlines about Adarabioyo, 21, and fellow City youngster Phil Foden buying houses.While the article about Adarabioyo focuses on how he spent £2.25 million on a property without making a top-flight appearance, midfielder Foden, 18, is described as having “set up a future”.“You have two young players starting out their careers — both play for the same team, both have done the right thing, which is buy a new house for their mothers who have put in a lot of time and love into helping them get where they are,” said Sterling.“But look at how the newspapers get their message across for the young black player and then for the young white player.“I think this is unacceptable, both innocent, have not done a thing wrong but just by the way it has been worded.”– FA statement –The Football Association released a statement on Sunday condemning any act of discrimination in the game.“We take all allegations of discrimination extremely seriously and will work with the clubs and the relevant authorities to ensure this matter is dealt with appropriately,” it said.Former Manchester United defender Patrice Evra, who was racially abused by Luis Suarez in 2011, expressed his dismay at the incident at Stamford Bridge.“I saw what happened with @sterling7 yesterday….How does this happen still in 2018?!,” the Frenchman tweeted.Sterling, who recently signed a contract extension with Manchester City, has previously faced negative publicity, often for non-football issues.Treated as a scapegoat during England’s disastrous Euro 2016 campaign, he dubbed himself “The Hated One” on Instagram.Sterling was widely criticised again ahead of this year’s World Cup in Russia for having a tattoo of a gun on his leg.He explained it was a tribute to his father, who was shot dead in his birthplace of Jamaica when Sterling was just two years old.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

WATCH! Stunning goal from £26million Man United flop

first_imgAnderson wasn’t known for his goalscoring prowess at Manchester United – or much else it has to be said.But the Brazilian, who was branded a huge flop after a disappointing eight-year spell at United, showed good composure and skill for Internacional when he netted for the club in the Brazilian Cup.See his rare goal above!last_img

Put election dates on your calendar

first_imgOverall, the electorate is becoming less inclined to affiliate with either major party and is becoming somewhat less representative of the total population. We encourage voters to work to change that latter trend. Given the excitement that the wide-open presidential primary should generate in the months leading up to the Feb. 5 vote, now is a good time to get registered and get involved in the democratic process.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.In Los Angeles County, the percentage of eligible voters who are registered went from about 72 percent four years ago to about 68 percent today. The number of people on the county’s voter rolls has actually dropped by more than 100,000 over the same time period. Another trend is the increase in California voters who decline to state their party. Their numbers are up 3 percent. In Supervisor Don Knabe’s Fourth District, which includes much of the South Bay, the number of decline-to-state voters rose from 15.8 percent in 2003 to 19.3 percent today. The proportions of Democrats and Republicans compared to all registered voters in the Fourth District are down by about 1.5 percent. In the 53rd Assembly District, which includes Torrance and the beach cities, decline-to-state voters now represent 21.3 percent percent of the electorate, up from 18 percent four years ago. These independent-minded voters often decide the outcome of close elections. Under the current rules, they have two options during the presidential primary: They can choose from among the Democratic Party candidates or those of the American Independent Party. With a number of South Bay elections coming up on Nov. 6, not to mention the presidential primary vote in February, it’s a good time for would-be voters to get informed about the latest electoral trends and deadlines. First off, county residents should understand that Monday is the deadline to register for the November vote, which in the South Bay will include elections for city councils and school boards. Voter registration forms are available at a number of locations, such as libraries, city clerk offices and post offices. To vote, you must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years of age by Election Day. Those in prison or on parole for conviction of a felony are not eligible. We hope a larger number of voters will decide to take part in the upcoming elections, but statistics just released by Secretary of State Debra Bowen’s office are not terribly encouraging. Bowen released figures comparing the makeup of the California electorate prior to the last presidential primary in 2004 to today’s voters. Statewide, the percentage of eligible voters who are registered has fallen to 68 percent, compared with 71percent four years ago. last_img read more


first_imgCranford AC’s LIam Doherty was first home in this evening’s Ramelton Mariner’s 5K in a very respectable time of 16.36 followed closely by Milford AC’s Gareth Kerrigan in a time of 16.48.Here is a full list of all those who took part in the event and their times.Pos Name Time Club 1 Liam Doherty 16.36 Cranford AC2 Gareth Kerrigan 16.48 Milford AC3 Mark Mc Paul 17.45 FInn Valley AC4 Barry Coyle 17.56 Ind 5 Mark Diver 18.36 Letterkenny AC6 John Whoriskey 18.43 Ind7 Darryl Orr 19.18 Ind8 Jonathan Edwards 19.20 Ind9 Anthony Doherty 19.25 Ind 10 Curly Coyle 19.41 Ind11 Cathal Morrison 19.43 Ind12 Paul Stewart 19.53 Ind13 Alan Blaney 20.42 Ind 14 Richard FIndney 20.55 Ind15 Rory Reynolds 21.18 Ind16 Johnny Stewart 21.27 Ind17 John Hughes 21.36 Ind18 Joe Coyle 21.43 Ind19 David Fisher 22.22 Ind20 Eugene Mc GIndley 22.24 Ind21 Edward Boyce Jnr 22.27 Ind22 Ernie Pollock 22.29 Ind23 Andrew Simms 22.35 Ind24 Lee Mooney 22.42 Ind25 Sam Faulkner 22.42 Ind26 Nigel Black 23.07 Ind27 Eamon Kerr Jnr 23.07 Ind28 Dermot Friel 23.15 Ind29 Danielle Mc Namee 23.25 Ind30 Nancy Mc Namee 23.42 Ind31 Eamon Kerr Snr 24.41 Ind32 Gearld Mc Fadden 24.43 Ind33 R Fisher 25.22 Ind34 Ciaran Burke 25.22 Ind35 Paul Mc Cahill 25.38 Ind36 Brenda Mc Cahill 25.38 Ind37 Charlie Patton 25.40 Ind38 Eileen MornIndg 25.40 Ind39 Siobhan HopkIndson 25.40 Ind40 Libby Mooney 25.51 Ind41 Breda Cannon 26.12 Ind42 Nicky O Hanlon 26.27 Ind43 Anna Grecckowska 28.12 Ind44 RoisInd Kilford 29.25 Ind45 BelInda Sheridan 29.52 Ind46 Ellen Kemp 30.32 Ind47 Kate Kemp 30.35 Ind48 Lee Duffy 31.16 Ind49 Danica Crossan 31.16 Ind50 Caoimhe Crossan 31.16 Ind51 Tamara Blaney 32.21 Ind52 Alannah Mc Fadden 32.25 Ind53 Zara Heron 37.23 Ind54 Amy Patterson 37.23 Ind55 Niamh O Donnell 38.18 Ind56 Kyrah O Donnell 38.18 Ind57 Chuck Mc Daid 38.20 Ind58 MartInda Morrison 39.49 Ind59 KevInd O Hanlon 41.09 Ind60 Zara Blaney 43.08 Ind61 Órla Boyle 43.08 Ind62 Louise Murphy 43.10 Ind63 Helen Shiels 46.49 Ind64 Lorna Kemp 46.49 IndDOHERTY FIRST HOME IN RAMELTON MARINERS 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: July 30th, 2014 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:Ramelton Mariners 5Klast_img read more

Still some places left at next week’s famous Finn Valley Camp4Champs

first_imgSPORT: The Finn Valley Centre still have some limited places for its famous summer camp next week.‘Camp4Champs’ will be run from next Monday and a massive crowd is expected to attend the five-day camp.There is a range of activities available which caters for all participants – activities include soccer, GAA, athletics, handball, dodge-ball, obstacle races, hockey and arts and crafts! Finn Valley Centre is also home to Ireland’s largest inflatable fun area!So it promises to be an incredible week of fun for your kids.Book now – contact Niall on 086 103 8036.  Still some places left at next week’s famous Finn Valley Camp4Champs was last modified: July 27th, 2016 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)last_img read more