MOST READ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend And it was there where the 2004 Most Valuable Player gave advice to the 2017 Most Improved Player.“He always told me that whatever you do, it’s all about the mentality and that was good advice,” said Antetokounmpo.And though Antetokounmpo faced Garnett in the twilight of the legend’s career, the Greek Freak said he still experienced the verbal competitiveness of the Big Ticket. The two played against each other five times from 2013 until Garnett’s retirement year in 2016.“He didn’t talk trash to me but he was talking trash in general,” said Antetokoumpo.ADVERTISEMENT Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur View comments RELATED VIDEO LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets And back in December Garnett gave Antetokoumpo a bit of advice on how to achieve icon status.“He gave me some few words, he told me it’s all about the mentality,” said Antetokoumpo during his media availability Sunday at Fairmont Makati for his charity event with King Bally Entertainment Group.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“The way you approach the game, the way you see the game, it’s all about mentality. If you have the killer instinct, and you think you’re the best at what you’re doing, and you’re going to do it, you will be good.” Garnett, who’s now retired after almost two decades in the NBA, joined the Bucks in practice in December. ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube Antetokounmpo still rushes out of Bucks dugout after bad games Giannis Antetokounmpo in Manila. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netNBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo and future Hall-of-Famer Kevin Garnett have distinct similarities both in appearance and accolades.Both are listed at 6-foot-11, though they sometimes look an inch or two taller than their height, and the two have led their respective teams in all five major statistical categories for one season.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Still some fine-tuning to do as new faces, system welcomes Smith in TNT What was initially a month-long recovery period turned into almost seven months of inactivity after de Ocampo suffered an Achilles injury in the early days of April 2018.The veteran forward finally put those injuries behind him and helped the Bolts get the 93-92 win over the Gin Kings in the PBA Commisisoner’s Cup Friday at Mall of Asia Arena.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“I’m proud because I was able to help the team in any way and I’m proud of my teammates because they really worked hard in the offensive and defensive ends,” said de Ocampo in Filipino.“Our import [Arinze Onuaku] and the coaching staff had a well-thought-of game plan and we were able to execute it well, not perfect but it was okay.” View comments Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. MOST READ The 36-year-old de Ocampo finished with five points, three rebounds, and three assists in 21 minutes in his first game back.Meralco lit up from the floor and scored on half of its shot attempts, 41-of-82, while limiting Ginebra to 39 percent shooting, 31-of-79.De Ocampo said his minutes would still be limited as he tries to gauge if he’s fully recovered to play longer.“We’re still mixing it up, maybe I will get 18 to 20 minutes of playing time,” said de Ocampo. “I think that’s the direction I’m heading just to see where my body’s at.”ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Ranidel de Ocampo. PBA IMAGESRanidel de Ocampo had been out of action since the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup, and it was just fitting that his return fell against the same team that haunted Meralco two seasons last season.Meralco lost in a tough seven-game series against Ginebra in the title round of the PBA’s third conference where de Ocampo suffered a muscle tear on his left calf in Game 3.ADVERTISEMENT China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding
Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 “I mean, it’s like the unspoken rule in the NBA: If you’re up by 10 or 11 with about 20 seconds left, you don’t take that shot,” Thompson said. “I made the contest, and next thing I know I was being kicked out for making a contest that we learn in training camp. I don’t know why I got thrown out.”Referee Tony Brothers explained why postgame, saying he saw Thompson go into Livingston with his elbow high on that shot. In Brothers’ eyes, that merited the assessment of a flagrant-2 foul and ejection.“It’s not affecting the outcome of the game,” Miami center Kelly Olynyk said on Friday from India, where he’s appearing at a Basketball Without Borders event. “It doesn’t really matter to me. It doesn’t really make a difference to me. It doesn’t make a difference in the outcome of the game, win and loss record. If a guy wants two more points we’ll give it to him and move on.”The Warriors take those shots all the time. It’s basically a team policy. Since the start of the 2016-17 season when facing such a situation—time running out, shot clock still on, game outcome clearly decided—Golden State has been charged with a field-goal attempt 38 times, while committing only five shot-clock violations.Warriors coach Steve Kerr has a simple rule: Don’t partake in any habit that leads to a turnover.His guys are listening.“That’s our thing,” Golden State forward Kevin Durant said. “It’s no disrespect to any other team. It’s just what we do. We don’t want to take the turnover. We take the shot.”For his part, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue shrugged off the Livingston shot on Friday.“Got to play to the buzzer,” Lue said. “They took a shot and that’s what they do. It doesn’t determine the game. The game was over. It’s no big deal to me. So, whatever.”The debate is also alive hereabouts, especially with the quotient system—a mathematical formula used to break ties in the standings—being able to decide whether a team progresses to the playoffs or not. “I know a team that got a poor quotient was eliminated because it did not get a shot at a knockout game,” Norman Black, the Meralco coach, said in defense of guard Chris Newsome, who was on the receiving end of Yeng Guiao’s ire when he made a shot in the Bolts’ 106-90 victory over NLEX recently in the Commissioner’s Cup.“Me as a coach, I’m not naive. I know that normally, if the game is over, the game is over. You don’t want to put it in the coach’s face or the other team’s face, but until the PBA changes the rules or something else, and until they continue this rule which is the quotient rule, then we’ll follow the rules,” said Black after that game.Guiao saw it differently.“It’s still disrespect. It was totally unnecessary at that point,” he said.“I know that there’s a quotient rule, but it’s more than enough quotient for me,” he said. “At the same time, I did not expect it from Newsome. He’s kind of a good guy who’s going to probably understand a situation like that.”Newsome’s take: “I was just following orders.”PBA coaches understand how the rule is difficult to follow here, considering the fate of their team may hinge on the quotient system.“It depends on the format,” Phoenix coach Louie Alas said. “If the quotient comes into play, every point counts.”“If quotient is needed, every point is important so taking a shot even if the margin is already big is not disrespectful for me,” said GlobalPort coach Pido Jarencio.But the NBA hardly needs such tiebreak measures. So it will always be a sticky point, especially for a team like the Warriors, who want to make playing the right way second nature to them. “I don’t think we would get on our feelings if somebody came down and finished out a possession and got a shot up,” Steph Curry said. “I mean, obviously, if they’re doing some taunting or doing some crazy stuff, that’s a little different. But if you’re just playing the game of basketball and finishing out a possession instead of taking a turnover, I don’t see any problem with that at all. Guys are out there to finish a game and play the right way.”And so the debate continues. —WITH A REPORT FROM MUSONG R. CASTILLO AND APSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Creamline books outright semis berth Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina LATEST STORIES “We took offense to Kelly slamming the ball,” Cone, then Alaska’s coach, said. “We thought it was a lack of class. It’s disrespectful, you just don’t do it.”Cone was back at it this year again, getting in the ear of San Miguel Beer guard Chris Ross when the latter made a triple at the end of the game that the Beermen won, 99-88, against Barangay Ginebra in the Philippine Cup Finals.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 crownCone, now with the Gin Kings, had no comment after the incident.In Oakland, California, the debate was pushed to the spolight again after Tristan Thompson challenged a late shot by Golden State guard Shaun Livingston—a play that completely unraveled into a flagrant-2 foul, an ejection and an on-court melee. “I contested a shot that shouldn’t have been taken,” Thompson said.“Whatever. Just play it to the end,” Warriors guard Stephen Curry said.It’s a thorny issue with no solution.Philadelphia and Miami jawed over late-game shot attempts in their playoff series this season. The 76ers and Cavs exchanged words over a Dario Saric dunk late in a blowout in March. The Warriors’ JaVale McGee got shoved by Washington’s Brandon Jennings while taking a late 3 in a rout last season. Toronto once sent about half its team to speak to Lance Stephenson after a late open layup in an Indiana win.And now the rules—arbitrary as they may be—are up for debate in the NBA Finals after the Cavaliers took offense to the Warriors playing offense.ADVERTISEMENT Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Tristan Thompson (top) found Shaun Livingston’s last shot unnecessary and committed a foul that drew a flagrant-2 call and an ejection—and an on-court melee. —APIt always seems to get Tim Cone’s goat. Yeng Guiao’s too. When the game is decided, and the opponent has the ball in his hands, he is supposed to dribble off the possession—quotient or shot clock be damned.It is supposedly an unwritten rule in basketball, one that first became media fodder in 2008, when Kelly Williams, then playing for Sta. Lucia, soared for a stylish dunk in the final play of an 86-77 victory by the Realtors in Game 2 of their Philippine Cup semifinals against Alaska.ADVERTISEMENT Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls View comments
1 Ricardo Fuller Millwall have landed former Stoke City hitman Ricardo Fuller on a one-year deal.Fuller, 34, arrives at The Den on a free transfer after leaving Blackpool earlier this summer.The Jamaican forward, who has also spent time at Crystal Palace, Hearts, Preston North End, Portsmouth, Southampton, Ipswich and Charlton, has netted 114 goals during 440 career appearances.He has also been capped 74 times at senior international level.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe U.S. Department of Justice requires it when 5 percent or more of registered voters in 18 targeted precincts are of Hispanic descent, she said. Los Angeles County’s criteria is stricter: 3 percent or more. Spanish-language assistance will be offered Election Day at 18 precincts chosen through 2000 census figures. Voters go to the polls Tuesday to choose three City Council members from among 11 candidates in a campaign whose issues range from jammed traffic to redeveloping downtown Newhall to growth within and outside city limits. The winners will be the trio who snag the most votes. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday. In the race, eight challengers are hoping to unseat Mayor Laurene Weste, Mayor Pro Tem Marsha McLean and Councilman Frank Ferry, who are seeking new four-year terms. SANTA CLARITA – For the first time in a Santa Clarita municipal election, the sample ballots mailed out to voters were printed in both English and Spanish. The inclusion of Spanish on the sample ballots for Tuesday’s City Council election prompted some complaints to City Hall. “This was the first time we had the bilingual sample ballot in English and Spanish to comply with the federal law,” said City Clerk Sharon Dawson. “Some voters are not happy getting materials in Spanish.” Spanish was included because this election is the first first time Santa Clarita has met criteria that trigger the dual-language format, city spokeswoman Gail Ortiz said. The challengers are Michael Cruz, a paralegal in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office; Jo Ann Smith Curtis, a retired trial attorney; Ken Dean, a teacher and business owner; Mark Hershey, a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department sergeant; Dwight McDonald, a California Highway Patrol sergeant; Jack Murphy, a businessman; Lynne Plambeck, a business owner and Newhall County Water District board member; and Henry Schultz, a retired scientist. More than 79,000 of the city’s 175,000 residents are registered to vote – 5,000 more than in the 2004 race when voters re-elected Councilmen Bob Kellar and Cameron Smyth. Absentee ballots have accounted for more than half of all votes cast in the 2000, 2002 and 2004 races. So far, voters have cast more than 5,000 absentee ballots for Tuesday’s race, Dawson said. “More people are voting by mail,” Dawson said. “It’s more convenient; they can fit it into their own schedule.” After the polls close Tuesday night, spectators can watch a ballot-counting machine tally the votes precinct by precinct in council chambers. Those who prefer to stay home can tune to Channel 20 for a live TV broadcast. Absentee votes will be counted first. Unofficial results may be posted on the city’s Web site by 10 p.m. The final outcome may not be known until signatures on absentee and provisional ballots cast at the polls are verified by the County Registrar-Recorder. The official winners will be certified at the April 25 City Council meeting. Sample ballots will be available at City Hall through election day, but it is too late to apply for an absentee ballot. Marked absentee ballots can be cast at City Hall or at a designated polling place. For more information, visit the city’s Web site at www.votesantaclarita.com, or call (661) 255-4391. firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 257-5255160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A farmer who was told he should not be near any living creature has been given a three month suspended jail sentence.Leslie Stewart, 69, had been told a number of weeks ago not to keep any animals on his farm at The Thorn, Letterkenny, Co Donegal, by Judge Paul Kelly. It followed inspections by vets and animal welfare inspectors from the ISPCA in which several horses and donkeys were found starving on Stewart’s lands.Several of the animals had to be put down.Judge Kelly had warned “I want to be sure that there are no animals on his property, I want to verify that. This man should not be near or in control of any living creature,” he said.He found Stewart guilty of four charges in connection with animal cruelty earlier this month.He issued an order banning Stewart from keeping animals and ordered him to appear before Letterkenny District Court today for an updated report from vets.Veterinary Inspector with the Department of Agriculture, Desmond Lavin, told the court that he had called to Stewart’s farm on October 19th last after Judge Kelly had put the ban on him keeping animals.On that occasion he found 5 goats, one pot bellied pig with nine piglets, 3 dogs and 3 cats.He warned him that he was not allowed to keep animals and told him he would be returning which he did so on October 30th last.On that day all the animals had gone apart from 3 cats which Mr Stewart said were stray animals.Judge Paul Kelly said he did not want any animals on Mr Stewart’s property and told him not to be feeding the stray cats.He said earlier the only reason he was not sending Stewart to jail was because of his age.He sentenced him to three months in prison on one cruelty charge but suspended the jail sentence for 12 months and took the other charges into consideration.He also awarded the ISPCA €250 vet fees for the removal of several ponies from Mr Stewart;s lands at an earlier date.And he warned Stewart’s solicitor, Mr Kieran O’Gorman to tell his client that he risks going to jail if he keeps any more animals on his lands in future.Farmer who starved animals given three month suspended jail sentence was last modified: November 1st, 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) Tags:crueltydogsdonegalLeslie Stewart
Shaun McGowan makes his 200th appearance for Finn Harps as the top two in the First Division go head-to-head at Finn Park on Saturday evening when Longford Town come to Donegal (kick-off 7.45pm).Longford visit Finn Park in top spot, and are the only team still with a 100% record after two games. Harps sit just behind them on four points and followed up their opening day draw in Waterford with a 4-1 demolition of Cobh Ramblers last Friday night in Ballybofey.“I was delighted to get the three points and start off our season at home with a positive result and overall a decent performance,” said Harps boss Peter Hutton after the game. “In general, I thought the team worked extremely hard and competed well against a good Cobh side. First half we started very bright and soared into an early two goal lead but then conceded a sloppy goal to allow Cobh back into the game.“We responded really well though and scored again to extend our lead and that I believe was an important goal to dampen Cobh’s spirits prior to half-time. Second half I thought we were very good and dominated the half and should have won more comfortably but I was happy to get the season up and running.”Although Harps were comfortable winners in the end, Cobh could have scored on a couple of occasions before their goal did eventually arrive. However, Hutton said he was well aware of the threats of the visiting strikeforce.“Of course it’s a worry when we are conceding chances, but realistically I knew that Cobh would possess a goal threat given the quality of their front two of Davin O’Neil and Connor Meade,” said Hutton. “Also their wide players of Martin Deady and young Alan O’Flynn will create and score goals no doubt over the course of the season but second half I thought we dealt with that threat extremely well.” Hutton is full of praise for Saturday’s visitors to Finn Park, and believes the Longford men are one of the favourites for the one automatic promotion spot on offer from this season’s First Division. He is, however, looking forward to the task of taking on Tony Cousin’s side at the weekend.“We as a group are looking forward to the game and again it should be a good battle with both teams full of confidence,” he said. “I attended their recent game against Waterford and was impressed by how they responded after going a goal behind to come back to win the game which showed good character.“Longford are also a physically big side and will pose a threat from set pieces so we will need to be on our guard. They have recruited well in the off season bringing in players such as Corrie Treacy, Willie Tyrell, Brian Mc Carthy and goalkeeper Chris Bennion to strengthen their defensive options but have also signed quality players like forwards David O’Sullivan and Michael Ischael, whilst players of the calibre of Keith Gillespie and Willo McDonagh and Gary Shaw remain.“They have gathered a formidable squad and don’t hide the fact that anything less than promotion will be seen as a poor season. In saying that though we ourselves are focuse6d on our own game and will hope to build on the good start to the season we’ve had. We are certainly looking forward to the game and will relish the challenge.”Harps may have to plan without Sean McCarron, who has scored three goals in the opening two games of the season, while Paul McVeigh is also a doubt. “Sean picked up an ankle injury against Cobh and is now a doubt for the weekend. As of yet he hasn’t trained this week and will receive treatment throughout the week to give him a realistic chance of making it but at the moment he’s certainly doubtful. Paul McVeigh is also struggling with a stomach bug and had to withdraw from training as a result so again he’ll be monitored over the week.”Harps have finished all three games this season strongly – two in the league, and the EA Sports League Cup game against the Mayo League – and have scored second six second half goals in those three games. Hutton said it’s all down to the hard work that his players put in during pre-season.“In both games, firstly against Waterford and then last week against Cobh I thought our second half performances were very good and I believe that is a testament to the players’ fitness levels. I spoke to the players about that aspect of our game and how this should merely reinforce the fact that already, so early in the season, they can see for themselves the benefits of their hard work and commitment thus far.“The players attitude to training both on the field and in the gym with the guys from Optimal Fitness has been first class and I’m delighted for them that they can now see that that level of commitment is a necessity if we are to be successful and there are already signs of it bearing fruit.” Longford Town have won on just eight of their 38 visits to Finn Park since the teams first met in 1982 – however, four of those victories have come in their last five trips to Ballybofey. The last meeting between the two sides was in the final game of last season, when Kevin McHugh’s goal was the only difference between the sides.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~TEAM NEWSSuspended: Thomas McBride (automatic red card suspension)Doubtful: Sean McCarron (ankle), Paul McVeigh (stomach bug).Injured: Ciaran Coll (cartilage tear).Form Guide (last six league games)Finn Harps: D-L-L-W-D-W (8 pts)Longford Town: L-L-L-L-W-W (6 pts)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Last six home games against Longford Town14-May-10 – Finn Harps 2-0 Longford Town (First Division)22-Apr-11 – Finn Harps 1-2 Longford Town (First Division)06-Jun-11 – Finn Harps 0-1 Longford Town (FAI Cup)08-Oct-11 – Finn Harps 1-2 Longford Town (First Division)23-Jun-12 – Finn Harps 1-3 Longford Town (First Division)13-Oct-12 – Finn Harps 1-0 Longford Town (First Division)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Finn Harps Goalscorers 2013Sean McCarron – 3Kevin McHugh – 2Thomas McBride – 1 (in League Cup)Matt Harkin – 1 (in League Cup)James Doherty – 1 (in League Cup)Marc Brolly – 1 (in League Cup)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Finn Harps Results 2013 (Harps goalscorers in brackets)15-Mar-2013 – AL – Finn Harps 4-1 Cobh Ramblers (McCarron 2, McHugh 2)08-Mar-2013 – AL – Waterford United 1-1 Finn Harps (McCarron)03-Mar-2013 – LC – Mayo League 1-4 Finn Harps (Harkin, Doherty, Brolly, McBride)HARPS HOPING TO BUILD ON SOLID START AGAINST LEADERS LONGFORD was last modified: March 20th, 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:finn harpsLongford TownPeter Hutton
Ivan Toner (file)THERE was a large turn-out in glorious evening sunshine in Letterkenny last evening for the Coláiste Ailigh 5k run.A total of 365 runners took part, from first year students to seasoned campaigners.Letterkenny AC’s Ivan Toner was first to the line in a time of 15:37. Coláiste Ailigh 5k 2014Place Race No.Time FirstName SurnameCategory Club1 412 15.37 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C2 346 16.53 Kieran McBride SM Letterkenny A C 3 273 16.59 Paul Toner M40 Letterkenny A C4 297 17.38 Paul Murray SM Individual5 347 17.47 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon6 283 17.56 Humphrey Murphy M50 Letterkenny A C7 278 17.58 Paddy McGee SM Individual 8 398 18.10 Peter O’Donnell SM Individual9 372 18.12 Stewart Magee SM Individual10 343 18.32 Michael Duffy SM Cranford A C11 296 18.45 Darren Price SM Letterkenny A C 12 1441 18.51 Ciaran O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C13 1406 18.57 Seamus Nallen SM 24/7 Triathlon14 279 19.01 Bob Gorbraerts SM Individual15 481 19.03 Paul Cosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C16 295 19.11 Damien McGeehan SM 24/7 Triathlon17 323 19.15 Sinead McIntyre Walker Coláiste Ailigh18 280 19.16 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C19 368 19.17 Jeaic Mac Ceallabhuí Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh20 1489 19.21 Dan Friel SM Individual21 411 19.21 Marty McCabe M40 Individual22 1445 19.31 Michael Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C23 483 19.36 Noel Lynch M40 Letterkenny A C24 384 19.37 Irene McFadden SW Letterkenny A C25 423 19.41 Sinéad Peoples SW Letterkenny A C26 431 19.48 Terenc Boyle SM Individual27 433 19.54 Colly O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C28 1411 19.58 Paul Gildea SM Individual29 444 19.59 Ciaron McIntyre SM Individual30 461 20.00 Blaine Ó Maolagáin SM Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 1 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 317 20.00 Nikita Burke SW Individual32 414 20.00 Jane McGinley SW Letterkenny A C33 315 20.05 Samie Bogan SM St Eunans College34 1450 20.06 John Cannon M40 Tír Chonaill A C35 385 20.08 Ciara Finnegan Tríú Bliain Letterkenny A C36 272 20.16 Barry Mackey M50 Individual37 1409 20.17 Cathal Norrison M40 Individual38 1416 20.17 Paul Lee M40 Letterkenny A C39 1331 20.23 Mark Cannon SM Individual40 341 20.24 Patrick Carr SM Individual41 286 20.26 James Moreton Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh42 413 20.32 Kevin Toner M60 Letterkenny A C43 350 20.35 Colm Buckley SM Individual44 393 20.39 Eamon Patton SM Individual45 334 20.40 Noel Moore SM Individual46 478 20.44 Cathal Harvey SM Individual47 390 20.45 Olly Duffy SM Individual48 309 20.45 Eóin Mac Gaoithín Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh49 293 20.46 Stephen Cunningham SM Individual50 274 20.56 Philip Brown SM Run LK51 318 20.57 Serena McDaid SW Letterkenny A C52 424 20.58 Manus Peoples M50 Individual53 1423 20.59 Declan Waters SM Individual54 477 21.03 Ryan Tyrrell SM St Eunans College55 482 21.16 Gabriel McCrossan M50 Letterkenny A C56 11406 21.17 Rose Ó Donnell Walker Individual57 1399 21.23 Helen Kennedy SW Individual58 1452 21.24 Karen Gallagher Walker Finn Valley A C59 1460 21.25 Gerard McConnell SM Individual60 472 21.25 Alister Hetherington M40 Run LK61 331 21.29 Dara Dunne W40 Letterkenny A C62 1447 21.36 Jason Regan SM Individual01 April 2014 Page 2 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 408 21.38 Maeve Callaghan SW Letterkenny A C64 456 21.39 Oisín Ó Cléirigh Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh65 1310 21.40 Caoimhín MacLochlainn Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh66 1396 21.41 Liam Doherty SM Individual67 1495 21.41 Cormac Nolan M40 Individual68 1494 21.42 Louis Bradley M60 Letterkenny A C69 1487 21.43 Aidan McFadden SM Individual70 383 21.47 Joseph Casey M40 Individual71 439 21.49 Catherine McKinley SW Letterkenny A C72 1403 21.51 Sabrina Mackey W40 24/7 Triathlon73 386 21.51 Alison Ní Uiginn Tríú Bliain Letterkenny A C74 1404 21.54 Ruairí Ó Laifeartaigh Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh75 325 21.56 Jason Ó Siadháil Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh76 1454 21.57 Jonathon Jacob SM Individual77 460 21.58 Diarmuid Ó Cathail Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh78 290 21.59 Ben Dunleavy M50 Letterkenny A C79 407 22.00 James Whoriskey SM Individual80 1483 22.01 Antoin Diver Walker Individual81 1493 22.02 Deirdre Diver SW Letterkenny A C82 369 22.03 Rory Reynolds SM Individual83 284 22.04 Christopher Diver SM Individual84 299 22.05 Luke Murphy SM Letterkenny A C85 1448 22.16 Graham Parker SM 24/7 Triathlon86 1397 22.17 Ciaran Liddy SM Individual87 397 22.17 Megan Slunader Walker Letterkenny A C88 435 22.19 Seamus Ó Fearraigh SM Individual89 467 22.25 Barry McLaughlin M40 24/7 Triathlon90 1482 22.27 Terrance Diver M40 Individual91 285 22.28 Andrew McGlynn SM Individual92 287 22.29 Paul Sweeney SM Individual93 342 22.33 Liam McMullin M40 Individual94 488 22.38 Altan Ní Mhurchú Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 3 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 1387 22.39 Niall Barrett Walker Individual96 1398 22.40 Dónal Mac Lochlainn Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh97 373 22.46 Andrea O’Carroll SW Individual98 484 22.47 Seán Ó Donnell M50 Lifford A C99 1453 22.48 Liam Ferry SM Individual100 1476 22.49 Dermot McGuinness SM Individual101 298 22.50 Sean McCann IB Coláiste Ailigh102 452 22.51 Brandon Jordan Walker Individual103 277 22.55 Mairead Cullen SW Individual104 400 22.55 Michael Conaghan SM Individual105 374 22.56 Eoin Gildea SM Individual106 454 23.01 Tom Murray M40 Individual107 380 23.01 Luke Brown Walker Individual108 490 23.05 Liam Ó hAnnagáin Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh109 457 23.08 Eimear Bradley SW Individual110 288 23.09 Paul O’Donnell SM Individual111 1412 23.16 Donncha Devenney Walker Individual112 319 23.19 Clara Quigley SW 24/7 Triathlon113 370 23.21 Martin Langan M40 Convoy Running Club114 294 23.43 Mártín Ó Cuilinn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh115 440 23.44 Ann Robinson SW Letterkenny A C116 308 23.49 Rónán Mac Gaoithín Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh117 1492 23.52 Evelyne Boyle SW 24/7 Triathlon118 353 23.53 Mark Farren SM Individual119 465 24.05 Seosamh Ó Donnléibhe Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh120 291 24.06 Alan Mailey SM Convoy Running Club121 375 24.07 Sinead McCormack SW Individual122 351 24.10 Seamus Crossan SM Individual123 1446 24.14 Pauline Sweeney W40 Individual124 445 24.16 Dermott Higgins M40 Individual125 1438 24.18 A N Other Walker Individual126 320 24.22 Barry Tinney M40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 4 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club127 281 24.24 Claire Molloy SW Individual128 418 24.25 Brian Doherty M40 Individual129 363 24.31 Shannen Nic Lochlainn Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh130 1497 24.36 Robin Boyle SW Letterkenny A C131 480 24.40 John Duffy M40 Individual132 344 24.49 Louise Roddy SM 24/7 Triathlon133 340 24.51 Stacey Blake SW Run LK134 428 24.52 Isabel Gardiner SW Run LK135 415 24.57 Andy Stewart SM Letterkenny A C136 327 24.58 Marian Kerr SW Letterkenny A C137 316 25.04 Suzie Bogan SW St Eunans College138 328 25.05 Jessica Ní Ghallchóir Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh139 1327 25.06 Sergey McDevitt Walker Individual140 432 25.07 Stephen McShane SM Individual141 1311 25.08 Fiachra Mac Lochlainn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh142 1486 25.13 Craig Herron SM Individual143 314 25.16 Ruth McCrudden W40 Letterkenny A C144 442 25.17 Conor Logue Walker Letterkenny A C145 1480 25.19 Kevin Durran SM Individual146 321 25.23 Catriona McIntye W40 Individual147 1442 25.24 Barry Creagh M40 Individual148 332 25.26 Aisling Ní Fhearráin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh149 1449 25.30 Maureen Doherty W40 Individual150 464 25.31 James Mac Erlean M40 Run LK151 1488 25.32 Stephen Nairn SM Individual152 1405 25.35 Martin Anderson M40 Individual153 493 25.37 Eileen Morning W40 Individual154 1439 25.48 Charmaine Kee SW Individual155 399 25.51 Máire Geoghan SW Run LK156 487 25.52 Diarmuid Coyle Walker Individual157 387 25.53 Laurie Ó Gallachóir Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh158 381 25.58 Karl Curran M50 Individual01 April 2014 Page 5 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club159 388 26.01 Philip Connolly M50 Letterkenny A C160 416 26.10 Michael McElhinney M50 Individual161 355 26.12 James Ferry SM Individual162 11404 26.28 Martin Donaghy SM Individual163 292 26.32 Jason Peoples SM Convoy Running Club164 1410 26.34 Kieran Kelly SM Individual165 391 26.36 Amanda McGrath SW Individual166 1422 26.38 Michael McGinty Walker Individual167 289 26.42 Fidelma McTeague SW Individual168 451 26.43 Shona Maloney W40 Individual169 1421 26.48 Ruairí Mac Fionntaí Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh170 1498 26.50 Amy McGill SW Letterkenny A C171 446 26.51 Mary Higgins W40 Individual172 282 26.56 Goretti Sheridan W40 Individual173 354 27.04 Jackie Ireland W50 Letterkenny A C174 1414 27.05 Amanda Spratt SW Individual175 489 27.06 Zac Ó Murchú Walker Letterkenny A C176 471 27.09 Emmet Ó Grubb IB Coláiste Ailigh177 420 27.12 Maeve Carr W40 Individual178 1437 27.14 Laoise Ryan Walker Individual179 1417 27.15 Bernie Frain W40 Individual180 1395 27.17 Andrea Doherty SW Individual181 1320 27.17 Casey Barrett Walker Individual182 479 27.25 Rosemary Russell W40 Individual183 352 27.26 Maria Gildea SW Individual184 357 27.27 Lorna Kemp Walker Individual185 1419 27.28 Majella Hughes W40 Individual186 1388 27.32 John Devenney Walker Individual187 1390 27.33 John Bosco Ó Gallchóir SM Coláiste Ailigh188 1435 27.35 Gavin McCarron Walker Individual189 500 27.36 Marie McGonagle SW Individual190 1418 27.37 Marian Gallagher W40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 6 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club191 276 27.39 Paddy Crossan SM Individual192 453 28.24 Mary Bonner W50 Individual193 426 28.25 Maeve Rafferty Walker Letterkenny A C194 337 28.25 Alana Gallagher Walker Individual195 310 28.26 Daibhéad Mac Daibhéid Walker Coláiste Ailigh196 434 28.29 Tanya Carson SW Individual197 311 28.30 Colm Mac Daibhéid M40 Coláiste Ailigh198 1440 28.48 Enda Hamill SM Individual199 403 29.01 Ultan Ó Fearáil Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh200 11403 29.04 Kelly Trearty SW Individual201 359 29.17 Ellen Kemp Walker Individual202 358 29.18 Kate Kemp Walker Individual203 1443 29.28 Stephen Crosan SM Individual204 1402 29.37 AnnMarie Roche SW Run LK205 429 29.37 Andrea McGettigan SW Individual206 1329 29.42 Conor Lawless SM Individual207 1324 29.46 Tadhg Brennan Walker Individual208 1485 29.52 Christopher Digimas SM Individual209 1325 30.08 Eamonn McDevitt Walker Individual210 312 30.10 Davy Cowan M40 Coláiste Ailigh211 459 30.14 Meadhbh Ní Chathail Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh212 1451 30.16 Clíona Ní Chonacháin Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh213 450 30.20 Paula McCusker Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh214 427 30.23 Chantelle Gibson Walker Letterkenny A C215 447 30.24 Aisling Ní Uiginn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh216 419 30.30 Mary Carr W40 Individual217 333 30.30 Ciara Harvey SW Individual218 449 30.40 Emily Nic Floinn Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh219 1427 30.51 Wendy McGarvey W40 Individual220 1413 30.54 Hayleigh Ní Fhearraigh SW Individual221 364 30.54 Anne Clarke SW Individual222 402 30.56 Nicola Harvey W40 Individual01 April 2014 Page 7 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club223 468 30.58 Ruairí MacLochlainn Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh224 389 30.58 Ross Ó Mearthaile Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh225 1401 31.25 Caoimhín Cinnseallach Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh226 1496 31.25 Seán Mac An Ultaigh Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh227 324 31.30 Amy Ní Ghallachóir Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh228 356 31.30 Ciara Donoghue Walker Individual229 362 31.43 Eileen Walker W40 Individual230 11402 31.48 Orla Trainer SW Individual231 1490 32.02 Stephanie Sheridan W40 Individual232 394 32.03 Ann Marie Shield SW Individual233 335 32.05 Grace O’Connor Walker Individual234 425 32.08 Ann Marie Shields SW Run LK235 1426 32.10 Ruth Keogh SW Individual236 348 32.20 Sean O’Donnell SM Milford A C237 492 32.44 Michael Moreton Walker Individual238 1466 32.47 Colette Ward SW Individual239 330 32.52 Annie McClintock Walker Individual240 322 32.52 Brian McIntyre Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh241 275 32.55 Thomas Crossan Walker Letterkenny A C242 339 33.20 Maitiú Mac Aoidh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh243 443 33.21 Tony Logue M50 Individual244 1425 33.25 Aine Devine SW Individual245 404 33.27 Tamara Harvey SW Individual246 491 34.02 Margaret Moreton Walker Individual247 336 34.03 Cathy Nee W40 Individual248 326 34.04 Grace Ní Earcáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh249 422 34.05 Caoimhe Ní Dhroma Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh250 1444 34.06 Edel McBrearty W40 Individual251 11405 34.07 Sorcha Ní Treartaigh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh252 421 34.08 Amy Ní Chasaide Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh253 448 34.29 Shona Higgins Walker Individual254 1463 35.02 Bahiyyih Ní Dhaimhín Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 8 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club255 11415 35.03 Bronagh O’Toole Walker Individual256 469 35.04 Aisling McLaughlin Walker Individual257 1471 35.05 Niamh Nic Shearraigh IB Coláiste Ailigh258 1326 35.06 Aine McDevitt Walker Individual259 441 35.08 Emma Logue Walker Letterkenny A C260 307 35.28 Conor Ó Riagáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh261 1337 35.29 Brendán Ó Dubhgháin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh262 458 35.33 Deirbhle Ní Chathail Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh263 11409 35.34 Aoife Nic Uait Cúigiú Bl Coláiste Ailigh264 1455 35.50 Patrick Kelly IB Coláiste Ailigh265 436 35.53 Christine McIlwaine Walker Individual266 437 35.53 Róisín Ó Donnell Walker Individual267 338 36.31 Catherine Bond Walker Individual268 349 36.36 Cecelia Sheridan Walker Individual269 392 36.57 Kim McGrath Walker Individual270 1424 37.31 Toni Kelly SW Individual271 1434 37.56 Orla McCarron Walker Individual272 486 37.57 Ellenn Convery Walker Individual273 470 37.57 AnnMarie Cunningham Walker Individual274 1392 38.01 Tina Lynch Walker Individual275 1456 38.38 Shiela Kelly Walker Individual276 300 39.03 Niamh Ní Riain Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh277 438 39.20 Róisín Ní Fhearraigh Walker Individual278 496 39.27 Hannah NicShearraigh Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh279 1391 39.27 Amy Ní Cheallacháin Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh280 1335 39.28 Courtney Nic Giolla Comhaill Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh281 1433 39.28 Aoife McCarron Walker Individual282 1491 39.32 Bronagh Sheridan Walker Individual283 366 39.38 Afraic Ní Bhróithre Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh284 365 39.38 Amy Clarke Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh285 396 40.17 Katie Ní Leathlobair Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh286 499 40.17 Bríona Nic Fhionnghaile Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh01 April 2014 Page 9 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club287 1333 40.45 Vinnie Coyle Walker Individual288 1394 40.47 Alma Ní Ghormáin Walker Individual289 1462 41.00 Alma Curran Walker Individual290 345 41.08 Shiela Sweeney Walker Individual291 1407 41.15 Roisin Carr Walker Individual292 1408 41.15 Anna Curran Walker Individual293 379 41.17 Méabhá Ní Chaillín Walker Coláiste Ailigh294 466 41.19 Seosaimhín Ní Ghallchóir W40 Coláiste Ailigh295 1350 41.19 Caoimhe Lafferty Walker Individual296 1500 41.22 Dylan O’Donnell SM Individual297 395 41.28 Kate Byrne Walker Individual298 498 41.28 Angela McGinley Walker Individual299 11414 41.29 Niall Murray Walker Individual300 1499 41.33 Bridie Devenney SW Individual301 1347 41.33 Hugh Brogan SM Individual302 1346 41.33 Michael Lynch SM Individual303 1332 41.42 Sinéad Devine Walker Individual304 417 41.57 Josie Gallagher Walker Individual305 476 41.57 Rhonda Strain SW Individual306 473 42.25 Sheral Hetherington W40 Run LK307 11410 42.25 Máire Ní Fhearraigh Walker Individual308 1308 42.39 Miriam Nic Lochlainn Walker Individual309 1349 42.48 Patsy Lafferty Walker Individual310 329 43.29 Úna Carthy Walker Individual311 1338 43.38 Pádraig Ó Dubhgain Walker Individual312 1431 43.38 Martin McCarron Walker Individual313 1432 43.45 Fidelma McCarron Walker Individual314 11401 44.00 Cecelia Nic Colgáin Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh315 1330 44.08 Christopher McColgan Walker Individual316 1348 44.27 Amber Ní Eigeartaigh Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh317 11411 44.28 John Grubb Walker Individual318 1321 44.29 Clare Duffy Walker Individual01 April 2014 Page 10 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club319 1481 44.30 Niamh NíhAnnagáin Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh320 1457 44.35 Rachel Kelly Céad Bhliain Coláiste Ailigh321 1458 44.36 Martin Kelly Walker Individual322 1464 44.38 Ursula Mulgrew Walker Individual323 1465 44.39 Siobhan McMenamin Walker Individual324 1459 44.40 Peter Kelly Tríú Bliain Coláiste Ailigh325 377 44.41 Jonnie Hilferty M40 Individual326 1328 44.43 Alex McDevitt Walker Individual327 378 44.51 Mary Sweeney SW Individual328 367 44.51 Susan McKelvey Walker Individual329 1393 44.55 AnnMarie Hannigan Walker Individual330 382 44.55 Geraldine Curran W40 Individual331 1389 44.58 Mary Gallagher Walker Individual332 497 44.58 Deirdre McCormack Walker Individual333 495 45.10 Kath McSharry Walker Individual334 1436 45.24 Odhran Ryan Walker Individual335 1319 45.24 Ann Ryan Walker Individual336 1429 45.42 Helen Shields Walker Individual337 1420 45.50 Molly Nic Fionntaí Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh338 1470 45.50 Hazel Russell Walker Individual339 406 46.52 Ava Murray Walker Individual340 405 47.00 Aoibhe Whoriskey Walker Individual341 303 47.07 Cormac Ó Colla Walker Coláiste Ailigh342 304 47.08 Niall Ó Colla Walker Coláiste Ailigh343 305 47.34 Raymond Ó Colla SM Coláiste Ailigh344 306 47.36 Dara Uí Cholla SW Coláiste Ailigh345 1478 47.47 Luke McGuinness Walker Individual346 1479 47.47 Kayleigh McGuinness Walker Individual347 11408 47.55 Sinéad Ní Cholmáin Séú Bl Coláiste Ailigh348 409 48.33 Rory Ó Buaidhe Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh349 1336 48.33 Ben Coyle Walker Individual350 1334 49.11 Ellen Coyle Walker Individual01 April 2014 Page 11 of 12Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club351 1474 49.11 Philip Ward Walker Individual352 1473 49.14 Dan Mac A’Bhaird Walker Individual353 1472 49.21 Proinsias Mac A’Bhaird Walker Coláiste Ailigh354 313 49.21 Carmel Uí Bhacéir W40 Coláiste Ailigh355 1323 50.23 Somhairle Ó Braonáin IB Coláiste Ailigh356 1468 50.26 Niamh McFadden Walker Individual357 1302 50.27 Callum de Gallaí Dara Bliain Coláiste Ailigh358 11412 50.27 Sonia Moore Walker Individual359 1467 50.28 Lisa McFadden Walker Individual360 1469 50.28 Vera Timmoney Walker Individual361 11413 50.29 Caitriona Kelly Walker Individual362 1461 51.10 Seamus Curran Walker Individual363 1303 51.10 Jenny Reid Walker Individual364 1301 54.04 Maria Connolly Walker Individual365 1312 54.05 Bernie McLaughlin Walker IndividualTotal Runners: 365RESULTS! SO WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE COLÁISTE AILIGH 5K RUN? was last modified: April 2nd, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:5kColaiste AilighResults
The Hippos conceded twice from set-plays against Sudan on Wednesday. (PHOTO/FUFA)The Uganda U20 men’s football national team, the Hippos’ head coach Morley Byekwaso has come out to blame his side’s failure to defeat Sudan on nature.The Hippos threw away a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 with their Sudanese counterparts at the Pece Stadium in Gulu on Wednesday afternoon.Steven Sserwadda and Bright Anukani put Byekwaso’s side 2-0 up but two strikes inside the last 16 minutes of the game, by Sudan ensured the contest ends all square.The result means that Uganda finished third on the group A log and only managed to qualify for the quarter finals as one of two best third placed teams in the competition.Speaking after the game, Byekwaso thanked his side but also lauded Sudan.“I would like to thank the boys for the input they invested into the game, noted Byekwaso.“The boys fought so hard so as to win, tried out several strategies due to their style of play, so as to overcome them but in the end it would just not be. They capitalized on their chances and they literally took the day.“They came with a direct approach towards us and used their height advantage to hurt us.”Sudan scored their goals off set-pieces, ensuring that they imposed their physical on to Uganda.The first came off a corner in the 76th minute before another one minute from time via the same setting.“Both of their goals came via set plays and we could not do anything about it, continued the former KCCA FC midfielder.“It is something that we should look at in future so as we try to balance our team in height and weight because it is what caused us the issues against Sudan.”The Hippos have exhibited great attacking tendencies throughout the group stages, scoring a total of 8 goals in three game.They will feel they should have scored more after missing a host of opportunities especially in the first two games against Eritrea and Djibouti.With an array of attacking talent at his disposal, Byekwaso can sit and relax as he is sure his team will continue creating chances and probably score more goals.However, at the other end, the Hippos have been letting in goals too.They have conceded four so far and at least once in each of the three games played.Speaking about his team consistently conceding, this is what Byekwaso had to say;“All teams have strength and weaknesses.“Our strength is about attacking but we are trying so much to have compactness in defence.“Unfortunately we are deprived of physic but i am optimistic the issue will be sorted in the future.”It would be easy for someone to think that Uganda should scrap their style of play to accommodate better defending but Byekwaso does not agree.“We will not sacrifice our attacking approach in the name of trying to defend better.“We will continue trying to impose our style because at the end of the day, the best way to defend is by attacking.”“We have tried to adjust our game according to the opposition and in the first half against Sudan, it worked but like i said, we could not fight nature and that is why we conceded the two goals.”Uganda is the defending champions of the CECAFA U20 after winning the last edition in 2010. With that tag coming alongside their name, they are clearly under pressure to defend their crown.However, Byekwaso claims the only pressure that the team faces comes from being the host nation.“We are naturally under pressure because the tournament is at home and not that we are defending champions.”The Hippos have earned a lot of praise before and during the tournament especially due to the fact that they have ‘a lot’ of talent at their disposal.With many of them having gone through the FUFA Junior League and some taking part in the 2019 U20 Africa Cup of Nations, a lot is expected of them.They will however have to balance their play between attacking and defending if they are to win the CECAFA U20 crown for a 5th time in historyTheir next assignment will be against South Sudan in the quarter finals.Comments
Jack Mc Bride from Kilmacrennan National School has won the title of the Donegal Eason’s Spelling Bee champion. The 12-year-old sixth class pupil was announced as the Donegal Spelling Bee winner after yesterday’s competition in the Mount Errigal Hotel Letterkenny.Jack McBrideThe competition featured some wonderful spellers representing schools from all over the county. All children made fantastic efforts spelling some interesting and difficult words like Apoplexy, Quadragenarian, Mesentery and Wagenboom!Jack now goes forward to represent Donegal in the Ulster Spelling Bee in Belfast on May the 24th. His classmates celebrated his success with a fantastic (correctly spelt) sign to wish him the good luck in the finals.Brainy Jack Mc Bride is the Donegal Spelling Bee champion! was last modified: May 10th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:jack mcbrideKILMACRENNAN NSspelling bee