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Argentina had started the day outside the automatic qualifying positions, needing to secure their first win in Quito since 2001 to be certain of claiming at least a playoff place.It looked as if Argentina’s worst fears were set to become a reality after Ibarra’s opening goal in the first minute.But it was not long before Messi stamped his authority on the game, hauling his team back into the contest with a composed opening goal.The equalizer came in the 12th minute when Messi darted forward and quickly released Angel Di Maria down the left.The Paris Saint-Germain attacker duly returned the favor as Messi raced into the penalty area to poke home a low finish past Maximo Banguera.Eight minutes later Messi fired Argentina into the lead with another virtuoso strike, lashing into the top corner.Messi then completed his hat-trick with a sublime chip in the 62nd minute to make it 3-1.But while Argentina celebrated, it was a miserable night for Sampaoli’s former team Chile.The Chileans — winners of the Copa America in 2015 and 2016 — were soundly beaten 3-0 by Brazil in Sao Paulo to see themselves eliminated on goal difference.Barcelona’s Paulinho opened the scoring before Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus bagged a brace to secure a win already-qualified Brazil which relegated Chile to sixth place in the standings. The Barcelona superstar scored twice inside the opening 20 minutes to give Argentina the lead after Ecuador had stunned the visitors with an opening goal after from Romario Ibarra after 38 seconds.Messi then completed his hat-trick — the 44th of his dazzling career — with a sublime chip in the second half to seal the victory.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThe Argentinian superstar can now look forward to his fourth appearance at the World Cup at next year’s finals in Russia, where he will attempt once more to lead his country to an elusive major title.Since his country’s defeat to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final, Messi has twice suffered agony at major tournaments with Argentina, losing the finals of both the 2015 Copa America and the 2016 Copa America Centenario. It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson MOST READ Argentina’s Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring against Ecuador during their 2018 World Cup qualifier football match in Quito, on October 10, 2017. AFPLionel Messi fired Argentina into the World Cup with a brilliant hat-trick on Tuesday as South American champions Chile suffered a shock elimination.Messi single-handedly resurrected Argentina’s hopes in a 3-1 win over Ecuador in Quito that drew a line under a chaotic campaign that had left the two-time champions in danger of failing to qualify.ADVERTISEMENT 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 Messi, who will turn 31 during next year’s World Cup, now has one, perhaps final, chance to emulate his idol Diego Maradona by lifting the World Cup.Relieved Argentina manager Jorge Sampaoli — the third coach appointed during the qualifying campaign — could not avoid expressing his gratitude to Messi following Tuesday’s win.“Messi doesn’t owe a World Cup to Argentina — football owes a World Cup to Messi,” Sampaoli said.“He’s the best player in history. This is a team victory. They played a brilliant match.”Messi masterclassADVERTISEMENT Pizzi resignsThe Chileans finished level on points with Peru, who secured a two-leg playoff against New Zealand, but trailed on goal difference.Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi announced his resignation following the exit.“I take full responsibility,” Pizzi told reporters. “We gave everything but it was not enough. I will not continue.”Peru meanwhile kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the World Cup for the first time since 1982 with a fighting 1-1 draw with Colombia in Lima.Colombia took the lead through James Rodriguez in the 56th minute before veteran striker Paolo Guerrero equalized in the 74th minute. The result saw Colombia qualify alongside Uruguay, 4-2 winners over Bolivia in Montevideo.Uruguay, who finished the standings in second place, were jolted by a Gaston Silva own goal which gave Bolivia the lead on 24 minutes.Martin Caceres and Edinson Cavani scored twice just before half-time to give Uruguay the lead before two goals from Luis Suarez put the hosts 4-1 up.Bolivia reduced the deficit when Uruguay’s Diego Godin scored the second own goal of the night.In the day’s other game, Paraguay’s hopes of qualification evaporated in a 1-0 loss to Venezuela in Asuncion. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Spanish star Bienvenido Marañon completed a hat trick while Japanese striker Takumi Uesato came off the bench to add another goal late as the reigning Philippines Football League champions picked up their fourth win to increase their tally to 13 points from five matches.Although they have yet to seal top spot in Group F with a match against Singapore’s Home United still in their schedule on April 25 at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City, the Busmen look on course to play in the Asean zonal semifinals for the second straight year.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“The AFC Cup always motivates us,” said the Serbian mentor, who missed top defender Super Herrera and midfielder Kevin Ingreso to injuries and Mike Ott to suspension.The Busmen dominated possession for long stretches, but it wasn’t until the 36th minute when Maranon opened scoring by rifling home a shot to the bottom corner, before scoring again three minutes later off an OJ Porteria assist. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil 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 Azkals climb to highest-ever world No. 113 LATEST STORIES Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident PHNOM PENH—Ceres-Negros coach Risto Vidakovic believes the AFC Cup is bringing out the best in his squad.Even without several key players, the Busmen eased past Cambodian champions Boeung Ket, 4-0, Wednesday night at National Olympic Stadium here to virtually clinch a place in the knockout stage of the continental competition.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ View comments Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ Maranon got his hat trick in the 69th minute with Porteria providing the pass again, before Uesato got on the score sheet in the 84th. The match marked the return of Martin Steuble from a long layoff due to a knee injury.Home United has 10 points from five matches and can still snatch top spot with a win over Ceres on the final day of the group stage on April 25.Home and Ceres battled to a 1-1 draw in their initial meeting at Jalan Besar Stadium.Over at Rizal Memorial Stadium, Global Cebu rallied from two goals down to secure a 3-3 draw with Thanh Hoa of Vietnam.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ
…motion in National Assembly not reflective of Guyanese beliefs ‒ PPPThe use of the National Assembly, Guyana’s highest decision-making body, to honour the People’s National Congress (PNC) former Member of Parliament, who was convicted in the United States of plotting to blow up the John F Kennedy International Airport, is another act of betrayal of democracy and the rule of law.This is according to the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) which in a stinging statement on Saturday evening said the move by Government to pass such a motion is clearly not reflective of the will of the people of Guyana.“Guyanese are known as peaceful and law-abiding citizens, at home and abroad,” the PPP said.Convicted terrorist Abdul KadirThe Party in condemning the motion that was passed in the National Assembly on April 26, stating that the People’s National Congress (PNC) has a” history of honouring and exonerating violent criminals. Linden “Blackie” London whose reign of terror ended when he was killed in a shootout with law enforcement services of Guyana, was honoured by PNC leaders, who infamously draped Blackie’s coffin with Guyana’s national flag, the Golden Arrowhead. In addition, the five prison escapees who wreaked havoc and were responsible for murder, mayhem and an unprecedented crime wave, were dubbed ‘freedom fighters’ by many leaders of the PNC.”Junior Agriculture Minister Valarie PattersonThe Party added that the Lindo Creek Commission of Inquiry, during which the father of a sitting Minister was its lone Commissioner and the brother of another Minister its legal counsel, was aimed at “exonerating” Rondell “Fineman” Rawlins. All of these actions show a pattern of association and glorification of homegrown terrorists.Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland“The use of a Parliamentary Resolution is now an indelible stain on our people and national character that will not easily be forgiven or forgotten by those who have suffered at the hands of international terrorism,” the Party added.In 2010, former Guyanese parliamentarian Abdul Kadir was convicted and sentenced to life for plotting to blow up the JFK airport in the United States (US). Today, the coalition Government’s decision to pay tribute to him in the National Assembly is attracting much criticism.On Friday, the convicted terrorist was lauded by the Guyana’s coalition Government – A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change – as a “great man, a stalwart; a bold and courageous man.”President David GrangerAt Friday’s sitting of the National Assembly, where the Opposition PPP was not present, controversial former Housing Minister, now Minister of Rural Agriculture, Valerie Patterson-Yearwood tabled a motion – Sympathy on the Death of Abdul Kadir, former Member of Parliament.
The unemployment rate in northeastern B.C. dropped by almost three per cent in April.The unemployment rate in the region is currently sitting at 5.4 per cent which is a 2.7 per cent drop from March 2011.With the drop in April, the unemployment rate is now on par with where we were in April of 2010. Last year the unemployment rate was at 5.5 per cent in April. In one month, over 1,000 people found work in Northeastern B.C. – Advertisement -The current rate puts our region with the lowest unemployment rate in province, with Victoria right behind us at 6.0 per cent and the Cariboo at 7.1 per cent. The Kootenay’s continue to have the highest unemployment in the Province with 10.1 per cent.The province as a whole saw a small decrease in the unemployment rate from 8.7 per cent to 8.4 per cent.
“If a school is meeting 17 out of 20 \ criteria, no way should that be considered underperforming,” Elbling said. “Let’s be real and decide what’s truly attainable, without pie-in-the-sky standards.” Cirasole, 59, a school consultant, agreed, saying NCLB has set “awfully high standards for California, and they’re not real- istic. We’re chasing our tails on these things.” But it has helped with teacher quality, Cirasole added, saying 99 percent of district teachers have met the federal criteria of a highly qualified teacher. Gallardo, 45, a school administrator, says NCLB has also led to some good things, like the alignment of curriculum to state educational standards and more collaboration among teachers about what material should be taught at specific grade levels. “Schools should continue to collaborate and provide the staff development that is necessary for teachers to provide \ level of learning,” he said. On the other hand, it’s good to set high goals, said Aparicio, 28, a middle school teacher. “In that sense, NCLB has been good,” Aparicio said. “For me, as a teacher, it’s been hard the last few years. “But if we’re aiming for that mark, we will get there,” he said. “I just don’t know if we’ll get there in the next six years – in 10 years, yes, I believe so.” All four board contenders also said they were in favor of after-school programs, articulation with high schools their students feed into, and more emphasis on nutrition, P.E. activities and parent/student education about how to combat childhood obesity. The forum was co-sponsored by the Whittier-Pico Rivera Council of PTAs and the Whittier chapter of the American Association of University Women. For information on the LWV forums, call (562) 947-3634. firstname.lastname@example.org (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3051 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “The candidates running for school districts will help produce the adults of the next generation,” she said. “And our livelihood will depend on those students.” The board candidates are hoping to snag the current seats of Robert Ehlers and Alison Pigott, both of whom decided not to run for another term. At the forum, all four agreed the federal NCLB law, which calls for all students to be proficient in English-language arts and math by 2013-14, was created with good intent. But its goals aren’t realistic, said Elbling, 43, a middle school teacher. WHITTIER – Covering topics like the much-maligned No Child Left Behind Act and childhood obesity rates, four candidates offered up their views at a forum this week in their bid to win a board seat at the East Whittier City School District. Carlos Aparicio, Michael Cirasole, Dimitri Elbling and Angel Gallardo were on hand Wednesday night at City Hall for the forum organized by the Whittier League of Women Voters. The forum, one of several scheduled in the next two weeks to help familiarize voters with candidates in the Nov. 6 elections, allowed school-board hopefuls to introduce their platforms and be questioned on the issues by the small audience. “School boards are our most local level of government, the people who are most \ to you to communicate with, to express your ideas,” said Margo Reeg, a LWV member who served as the forum’s moderator.
BUNCRANA GAA NOTES FOR WEEK ENDING SUN 22nd January 2012CLG Bun Crannach Dinner Dance 2012 The committee and members of CLG Bun Crannach are happy to announce that our Dinner Dance will take place in the Inishowen Gateway Hotel on Saturday 25th February. A great night is guaranteed with entertainment provided by Keltic Kaos plus special guests County Senior Football Manager Jim mcGuinness with the Anglo Celt trophy, and County Senior Hurling Manager Andrew Wallace with the Lory Meagher trophy. Tickets are on sale now via club members, priced at €25. Everyone welcome, the more the merrier!Senior FootballThe committee are pleased to announce that former County defender Mark Crossan has been ratified for a second term as Senior Manager. Mark and the squad will be eager to build on some positive performances from last season and mount a serious challenge in Division 3 and the Intermediate Championship. Ulster GAA Coaching ConferenceThe annual Ulster GAA Coaching Conference will be held on Saturday 28th January in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown. The theme this year is “Education and Club Links in the GAA”. If any club coach is interested in attending or would like more information please contact Sean Noonan 087 9232988.Gaelic4GirlsGaelic football for girls under 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18’s every Monday night from 7pm – 8.30pm in Scarvey. As always everybody is welcome. Please remember to bring your own water bottle and warm clothing.Ladies Senior Gaelic FootballTraining resumes on Wednesday the 18th January at 7.30pm for indoor circuit training in clubhouse at Scarvey. New players are always welcome to attend.Boys U14 Football Boys U14 Football training takes place at the Scarvey every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7.00pm.Fitness ClassesA number of Fitness classes are now taking place at the Scarvey Clubhouse. Class instructor is Eileen Hegarty and everyone is welcome. Monday 7.30-9.00pm ‘Weigh & Tone: Weigh in, nutrition and motivational talk and excercise class’ €10. Tuesday 8.00-9.00pm and Thursday 6.30-7.30pm ‘Cardio Pump’ €5. Saturday 10.00-11.00am ‘Kettlebells/Circuits’ €5. If anyone would like further details please ring Eileen on 0874120159 or visit ‘Get Fit With Eileen’ on Facebook.Recycling Following on from our recent Scrap Saturdays initiative, Clothes recycling bins are now located at the Scarvy. All donations are welcome.LottoThe winning numbers in the €2,380 jackpot lotto draw, which took place on Tuesday 10th January in O’Flaherty’s Bar on the Main Street, are as follows: 7-12-25-29.There was no jackpot winner this week, however there were five €20 prizes which went to the following lucky participants:Noel McLaughlin, A & N Fuels,Noeleen Gillespie, Sleadrin,Joseph McLaughlin, Ture, Muff,Conor Doherty, 12A Marian Park,Amy Jane Staunton, Fahan.Congratulations to our winners and thank you to all for your continued support, it is very much appreciated.Use of FacilitiesUse of the Scarvey pitches for training or matches MUST be confirmed with Martin Mullan in advance (087 246 8108). Use of clubhouse MUST be confirmed with David McConnell in advance (087 939 2767).Club NotesAnyone who would like to receive a copy of the weekly club notes should email Oisin at email@example.com to be included on the mailing list.If you do have any items which you think should be included in the club’s weekly notes, please email Oisin at firstname.lastname@example.org by 6pm on a Sunday for consideration. To keep up to date with all the latest goings-on, please join us on www.facebook.com/buncranagaa orwww.twitter.com/buncranagaaClub P.R.O. Oisín DohertyEmail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 0863390666GAA NOTES: BUNCRANA was last modified: January 16th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to 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:Buncrana GAA notes
CRANFORD AC’S Christopher Murray took the honours in the Ramelton Relay For Life 5k on Friday evening.All the results are below – where everyone came – with further down the category breakdown for each runner.Congratulations to all: Relay for life Ramelton19/04/2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club1 18.33 1337 chrisopher murray SM Cranford AC 2 18.50 1369 barry coyle SM Individual3 18.54 1315 mark mcpaul SM Individual4 18.56 1427 podge murray Walk Individual5 19.09 1202 luke daly SM Individual6 19.12 1426 paul murray Walk Individual 7 19.16 1307 micheal duffy SM Cranford AC8 19.20 1327 mathew sweeney Walk Letterkenny A.C.9 19.23 1306 ben carr Walk Individual10 19.59 1364 callum boyce SM Individual 11 19.59 1310 caolan boyce SM Individual12 20.08 1333 micheal mchigh M35+ Milford A C13 20.08 1349 paul catterson SM Individual14 20.29 1329 patrick mcgee SM Individual15 20.30 1341 mark curley coyle M35+ Individual16 20.37 1366 garvin patterson SM Individual17 20.55 1307 micheal duffy SM Cranford AC18 20.57 1301 ewan hewitt Walk Individual19 21.01 1318 manus peoples M35+ Individual20 21.14 1305 jonathan jacob SM Individual21 21.17 1330 liam donnelly Walk Individual22 22.38 1309 joe coyle SM Individual23 22.41 1378 enda carr M35+ Individual24 22.45 1359 terry mcfadden M35+ Individual25 22.45 1360 sharon black W35+ Letterkenny A.C.20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club26 22.50 1249 laura lee penrose Walk Finn Valley A.C.27 23.02 1323 collett mcelwaine SW Individual28 23.10 1316 steven sweeney SM Individual29 23.10 1375 pat sweeney M35+ Individual30 23.26 1352 patrick mcgettigan SM Individual31 23.50 1320 sean odonnell M35+ Individual32 23.52 1321 eugene mcginley M35+ Individual33 24.19 1257 ewan kemp Walk Individual34 24.19 1304 eileen morning W35+ Individual35 24.31 1367 gary rodgers SM Individual36 24.52 1340 mark bolton M35+ Individual37 25.05 1375 pat sweeney M35+ Individual38 25.12 1350 philip brown M35+ Individual39 25.26 1317 martin mcfadden M35+ Individual40 25.26 1336 gerald mcfadden M35+ Individual41 25.59 1314 ciaran sweeney Walk Individual42 26.14 1370 ryan moore Walk Individual43 26.28 1338 ciara crossan Walk Individual44 26.37 1211 julie mccloy Walk Individual45 26.38 1224 tyler durning Walk Individual46 26.43 1312 kerrianne coyle SW Individual47 26.46 1311 laura harte SW Individual48 26.51 1231 norman irwin M35+ Individual49 26.56 1449 an other SW Individual50 26.56 1450 unknown runner SW Individual51 27.08 1226 oisin coyle Walk Individual52 27.08 1353 andrea mcgettigan SW Individual53 27.27 1342 elaine mvbride SW Individual54 27.54 1303 conor ferguson Walk Individual20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club55 28.06 1273 joshua carr Walk Individual56 28.07 1272 tanya mccahill Walk Individual57 28.10 1313 nadia dunsworth SW Individual58 28.16 1251 mary hewitt Walk Individual59 28.17 1325 jennette maguire SW Individual60 28.18 1326 maryjo kinston SW Individual61 28.19 1332 aoife donnelly Walk Individual62 28.29 1362 siobhan monaghan W35+ Individual63 28.30 1346 laurna kemp W35+ Individual64 28.35 1368 hillary moore W35+ Individual65 28.52 1365 ciara johnson SW Individual66 29.01 1374 sophie kelly W35+ Individual67 29.03 1304 eileen morning W35+ Individual68 29.04 1363 elaine craig SW Individual69 29.05 1376 paul mccahill M35+ Individual70 29.06 1377 brenda mccahill W35+ Individual71 29.57 1217 oisin sweeney Walk Individual72 29.58 1324 ann doherty W35+ Milford A C73 30.04 1345 aine doherty SW Individual74 30.05 1371 chole moore Walk Individual75 30.15 1351 ciara mcgettigan SW Individual76 30.16 1343 donna doherty SW Individual77 30.21 1344 evelyn ncbride SW Individual78 30.56 1339 kim mcelhinney SW Individual79 32.01 1328 barry donnell Walk Individual80 32.02 1302 josephine orr W35+ Individual81 32.19 1221 oisin scanlon Walk Individual82 33.00 1237 gary mcdaid Walk Individual83 33.08 1201 rosin gallagher SW Individual20 April 2013Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club84 33.09 1322 christina wilkinson SW Individual85 33.10 1354 mary duddy W35+ Individual86 33.30 1319 sharon curran W35+ Individual87 33.46 1361 billy black Walk Letterkenny A.C.88 34.10 1259 jamie blaney Walk Individual89 34.10 1331 ciara donnelly Walk Individual90 34.16 1204 rachel odonnell Walk Individual91 34.16 1206 donna mcfadden Walk Individual92 34.16 1212 hilary gallagher Walk Individual93 34.35 1335 carmel kavanagh SW Individual94 37.00 1205 rose crossan Walk Individual95 37.00 1356 siobhan orr W35+ Individual96 37.00 1358 siobhan orr W35+ Individual97 37.06 1222 kyle mcgarvey Walk Individual98 37.14 1245 afric grumley Walk Individual99 37.15 1263 kathleen crerand Walk IndividualTotal Runners: 9920 April 2013Relay for life RameltonCategory No. FirstName Surname Club TimeSM1 1337 chrisopher murray Cranford AC 18.332 1369 barry coyle Individual 18.503 1315 mark mcpaul Individual 18.544 1202 luke daly Individual 19.095 1307 micheal duffy Cranford AC 19.166 1364 callum boyce Individual 19.597 1310 caolan boyce Individual 19.598 1349 paul catterson Individual 20.089 1329 patrick mcgee Individual 20.2910 1366 garvin patterson Individual 20.3711 1307 micheal duffy Cranford AC 20.5512 1305 jonathan jacob Individual 21.1413 1309 joe coyle Individual 22.3814 1316 steven sweeney Individual 23.1015 1352 patrick mcgettigan Individual 23.2616 1367 gary rodgers Individual 24.31SW17 1323 collett mcelwaine Individual 23.0218 1312 kerrianne coyle Individual 26.4319 1311 laura harte Individual 26.4620 1449 an other Individual 26.5621 1450 unknown runner Individual 26.5622 1353 andrea mcgettigan Individual 27.0823 1342 elaine mvbride Individual 27.2724 1313 nadia dunsworth Individual 28.1025 1325 jennette maguire Individual 28.1726 1326 maryjo kinston Individual 28.1827 1365 ciara johnson Individual 28.5228 1363 elaine craig Individual 29.0429 1345 aine doherty Individual 30.0430 1351 ciara mcgettigan Individual 30.1531 1343 donna doherty Individual 30.1632 1344 evelyn ncbride Individual 30.2133 1339 kim mcelhinney Individual 30.5634 1201 rosin gallagher Individual 33.0835 1322 christina wilkinson Individual 33.0936 1335 carmel kavanagh Individual 34.35M35+37 1333 micheal mchigh Milford A C 20.0838 1341 mark curley coyle Individual 20.3039 1318 manus peoples Individual 21.0140 1378 enda carr Individual 22.4120 April 2013 Page 1 of 3Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time41 1359 terry mcfadden Individual 22.4542 1375 pat sweeney Individual 23.1043 1320 sean odonnell Individual 23.5044 1321 eugene mcginley Individual 23.5245 1340 mark bolton Individual 24.5246 1375 pat sweeney Individual 25.0547 1350 philip brown Individual 25.1248 1317 martin mcfadden Individual 25.2649 1336 gerald mcfadden Individual 25.2650 1231 norman irwin Individual 26.5151 1376 paul mccahill Individual 29.05W35+52 1360 sharon black Letterkenny A.C. 22.4553 1304 eileen morning Individual 24.1954 1362 siobhan monaghan Individual 28.2955 1346 laurna kemp Individual 28.3056 1368 hillary moore Individual 28.3557 1374 sophie kelly Individual 29.0158 1304 eileen morning Individual 29.0359 1377 brenda mccahill Individual 29.0660 1324 ann doherty Milford A C 29.5861 1302 josephine orr Individual 32.0262 1354 mary duddy Individual 33.1063 1319 sharon curran Individual 33.3064 1356 siobhan orr Individual 37.0065 1358 siobhan orr Individual 37.00Walk66 1427 podge murray Individual 18.5667 1426 paul murray Individual 19.1268 1327 mathew sweeney Letterkenny A.C. 19.2069 1306 ben carr Individual 19.2370 1301 ewan hewitt Individual 20.5771 1330 liam donnelly Individual 21.1772 1249 laura lee penrose Finn Valley A.C. 22.5073 1257 ewan kemp Individual 24.1974 1314 ciaran sweeney Individual 25.5975 1370 ryan moore Individual 26.1476 1338 ciara crossan Individual 26.2877 1211 julie mccloy Individual 26.3778 1224 tyler durning Individual 26.3879 1226 oisin coyle Individual 27.0880 1303 conor ferguson Individual 27.5481 1273 joshua carr Individual 28.0682 1272 tanya mccahill Individual 28.0783 1251 mary hewitt Individual 28.1684 1332 aoife donnelly Individual 28.1985 1217 oisin sweeney Individual 29.5786 1371 chole moore Individual 30.0520 April 2013 Page 2 of 3Category No. FirstName Surname Club Time87 1328 barry donnell Individual 32.0188 1221 oisin scanlon Individual 32.1989 1237 gary mcdaid Individual 33.0090 1361 billy black Letterkenny A.C. 33.4691 1259 jamie blaney Individual 34.1092 1331 ciara donnelly Individual 34.1093 1204 rachel odonnell Individual 34.1694 1206 donna mcfadden Individual 34.1695 1212 hilary gallagher Individual 34.1696 1205 rose crossan Individual 37.0097 1222 kyle mcgarvey Individual 37.0698 1245 afric grumley Individual 37.1499 1263 kathleen crerand Individual 37.1520 April 2013 Page 3 of 3RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE RAMELTON RELAY FOR LIFE 5K? was last modified: April 20th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to 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16 September 2010Businesses across Africa are expecting a revolution in internet access, costs and technology as a result of the rush of new undersea cables connecting the continent, a new report finds, with wider access also driving increased use of social networking as a business tool.More than 90% of business decision-makers across Africa are expecting prices to drop and competition to increase dramatically, according to the Telecoms Trends in Africa 2010 report, released on Thursday by South African technology research firm World Wide Worx and Database 360.The survey, conducted among 1 100 internet-using small, medium and large businesses across 20 African countries, also revealed that most African countries remain heavily reliant on slow or expensive forms of connectivity, such as dial-up and satellite. However, they are beginning the move to broadband.“Our interviewers encountered tremendous enthusiasm for the internet in all countries we surveyed,” Database 360 MD Louise Robinson said in a statement. “There is little doubt that, in this new connectivity era, the very nature of most businesses is changing.”ADSL: standard form of business internetDatabase 360 operates a call centre in Cape Town, from which the respondents were interviewed telephonically. The study was compiled and the data analysed by World Wide Worx.“ADSL is fast becoming the standard form of business internet access across Africa – more than 40% of businesses in these 20 countries are using it,” said World Wide Worx MD Arthur Goldstuck. “However, we can see the limitations of existing infrastructure from the fact that satellite connectivity remains a key part of the mix.”More than one in five respondents said they were using satellite connectivity, with a similar number planning to add it to their options.“Satellite is the most expensive means you can possibly use to access the internet. The continued appetite for it tells us that, even though there is an expectation for better and cheaper connectivity, the reality on the ground remains one of limited infrastructure.“Moreover, once businesses go online, the internet becomes increasingly more vital to their survival, and having a backup form of access becomes increasingly more important,” said Goldstuck.Broadband growth, social networkingCountries like Mauritius, Ivory Coast and Namibia are already showing strong growth in ADSL usage by business, while Angolan businesses indicate the highest anticipated growth for this form of broadband.“It’s amazing to see how the level of internet usage shoots up wherever the new undersea cables have landed and fibre optic networks have linked the cables to urban centres,” said Robinson. “The East Africa countries, especially, are taking to social networking as a business tool to a greater extent than almost anywhere else in Africa.”The survey highlights Kenya and Uganda as the biggest African users of social networking for business. However, even landlocked countries that have recently seen major upgrades to their fibre-optic networks, such as Botswana and Zambia, are also moving rapidly in this direction.The study further explored the use of general internet applications, e-mail on mobile phones, and the emergence of cloud computing in Africa.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material
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