5 Aug

See which viral Bollywood scene was re-enacted by Yuzvendra Chahal, Khaleel Ahmed and Rohit…

first_imgImage Courtesy: IANS/APAdvertisement hfxzpNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsp02po8Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Efo( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 7wfndWould you ever consider trying this?😱6dwiaCan your students do this? 🌚8890h5Roller skating! Powered by Firework India’s limited overs superstar cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal is known for his high activity on social media, from funny banters to posting hilarious clips with teammates. The bowler also has one account on the video sharing app Tik Tok, where he is often seen making creative and funny clips with fellow Indian cricketers. This time, Chahal is joined by Rohit Sharma and young pacer Khaleel Ahmed, and the trio have recreated a hysterical scene from bollywood movie, and its gaining all the attention from the fans!Advertisement Image Courtesy: IANS/APYuzvendra Chahal has not been a part of the Test squad, and Rohit Sharma is currently recovering from an injury, deeming him unfit for the Test series against New Zealand. However, the stars know how to keep their supporters entertained, as they joined up with young bowler Khaleel Ahmed for the entertaining clip.The Indian trio performed in a Tik Tok video, recreating a hilarious scene from the Bolywood comedy movie ‘Dhol’. The movie, directed by Priyadarshan, stars iconic actors Rajpal Yadav, Kunal Khemu and Sharman Joshi reprising comic roles. One such scene from the 2007 movie was redone by Chahal, Sharma and Ahmed on Chahal’s official Tik Tok account.Advertisement The player shared the video on his official Twitter handle, along with the caption: “We are back 😂😂 @ImRo45@imK_Ahmed13″ Enjoy the video below-The clip has taken the Men in Blue fan base by storm. Currently with more than 197k views, the supporters couldn’t hold onto their laughter seeing their idols performing the hysterical movie scene.Rohit Sharma has been on a recovery schedule after sustaining a calf injury in the fifth and final match of the T20 series against the Kiwis. The 32 year old retired hurt after scoring a stunning 41-ball-60, but is now out of the Test squad, and will probably be dropped from the upcoming ODI series against South Africa in March. Although, the Mumbai Indians skipper will be fit to return to the pitch in IPL 2020.Despite a disappointing 3-0 whitewash against the Black Caps in the ODI series, Chahal was on an amazing spree, and picked up a total of six wickets from the last two games.Khaleel Ahmed, who is a regular for Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL, is yet to earn his maiden red ball cap for Team India. The 22 year old made his last international appearance in the Bangladesh T20 series back in November.Also read-Twitter goes on overdrive trying to guess identity of capped individual in Yuzvendra Chahal’s dance video Advertisementlast_img read more

18 Jan

Fernandez ready to fill Roach’s shoes if picked Pacquiao’s head trainer

first_imgLATEST STORIES Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew View comments Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ 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 Fernandez said he’s up for the challenge.“I’m always ready. The captain of the ship is not here and as assistant it’s my responsibility to play that role,” said Fernandez in Filipino. “The final word will come from our senator (Manny Pacquiao), but the important thing is that I’m going to start the training.”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 crownFernandez is not only a fixture throughout Pacquiao’s boxing career, but he’s also the eight-division champion’s best friend.On Monday, Pacquiao back-pedalled from his earlier announcement that Fernandez and Nonoy Neri will be his trainers for his fight against Matthysse on July 15 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC “I believe Buboy can do it, can handle it. He knows what to do because Buboy has worked with me since the beginning.”Fernandez said he’s nowhere near the stature of Roach, whom he describes as “the greatest trainer in the world.”“Coach Freddie is legendary and I can’t compare myself to coach Freddie. I don’t think I’m going to see a trainer as great as him.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next During the first stop of his press tour at City of Dreams Manila, Pacquiao said he still hasn’t decided yet as to who his head trainer will be.Pacquiao added that even if he picks Fernandez over Roach, the door will stay open for the American coach in his future fights.“Freddie and I have a good relationship. We’re like family. I’ve not decided yet. Whatever decision I make, still I’m not closing the door on Freddie,” he said. “Whatever decision I will make, it’s just because I want to try Buboy to handle me. But right now, I don’t have a decision yet because I’m still not in training mode. I’m still in press tour mode.”Under Roach’s tutelage, Pacquiao defied the odds and made history with seven world titles in as many divisions.Fernandez doesn’t have the accolades of Roach, who is a seven-time trainer of the year by the Boxing Writers Association of America, but Pacquiao is confident that Fernandez has what it takes to get the job done.ADVERTISEMENT Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident Manny Pacquiao trains inside the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood with trainers Buboy Fernandez and Nonoy Neri. PHOTO BY REM ZAMORABy the looks of it, Buboy Fernandez will be Manny Pacquiao’s chief cornerman against Lucas Matthysse on July 15.If that’s going to be the case, Fernandez has big shoes to fill in a role that had belonged to the Hall of Famer Freddie Roach since Pacquiao’s US debut in 2001.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Alab Pilipinas faces Mono Vampire in best-of-five ABL Finals In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast MOST READlast_img read more

14 Jan

Demolition Debris on UL Fendell Property Kills Boy, 5

first_imgFive year old Romeo King was killed yesterday morning at the University of Liberia’s Fendall Campus when a large piece of concrete debris fell on top of him, eye-witnesses told the Daily Observer.Romeo and his 8-year-old brother Joseph were playing near a large pile of broken concrete slabs when the incident occurred, they said. The debris of concrete slabs are from partially broken structures left on the University grounds after it carried out the demolition of several buildings and shacks in the area more than three months ago to remove squatters from its property, eyewitnesses said.They said Romeo followed his older brother Joseph to play hide-and-seek and were sliding from the top of the huge pile of concrete pieces when a large piece of concrete fell on the youngster. His brother Joseph began to cry and tried to grab it in an attempt to free his brother.Mr. Timothy Duo, who ran to help the boy, told the Daily Observer, “Somebody called my attention that a child was under a pile of cement dirt and so I rushed there with three other men but we found out that we were too late.” Mr. Duo and the victim’s father, Samuel King, work in the security department of the Leon Q. Ledlum Central Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory operated by the Ministry of Agriculture at Fendall.Abraham Siakor, one of the men who helped to remove the victim’s body from under the debris, said what happened to little Romeo now indicates how dangerous the piles of debris and partially demolished structures are to children in the community. “It took three of us to lift the heavy broken cement from the body,” Siakor told this reporter.Another eyewitness identified only as Sarah, who sells palm wine not too far from the scene of the incident, said she poured water on the boy in an attempt to revive him after he was removed from under the concrete slab. Upon reaching the Bentol Health Center, about fifteen minutes’ drive away, Romeo was pronounced dead.When the boy’s parents, Samuel and Maron King, got the news and arrived at the scene, they both fainted. Mrs. King is pregnant. The incident was reported to officers of the nearby Police Depot by Mr. King’s elder brother, Jerry King. It remains to be seen what the University’s response to the tragic incident will be.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

14 Jan

Alfalit Adult Literacy Receives Over 48,000 Books

first_imgPre-parked simple of consignment of the books as was presented to Alfalit-Liberia.Alfalit-Liberia over the weekend received a 48,250 consignment books from its Mother Organization, Alfalit International based in Florida USA as part of efforts to boost its adult literacy program across the five literacy counties.The books, which arrived in early March, were offloaded on Monday, March 4, 2019, comprising different categories of literacy books for adult learners and teachers within the program.“The consignment which includes Literacy Reading Book 1, 2, 3 and 4, Writing Books 1 to 4, Teachers’ Evaluation, reaching the total to 48,250 to enhance the adult literacy program,” a release from the entity has said.Accordingly, the books were produced and published by Alfalit International in collaboration with Liberia’s team.Jerome Williams, National Supervisor for Literacy, Basic Education and the Job Skills Program, said  the availability of the new books will further strengthen the Liberia’s program and boost students’ performance as well as lead to facilitators (teachers) effective presentation of lessons, including enabling the teachers to properly monitor and evaluate the beneficiaries in the three programs.Williams added, “the Alfalit books has basic features that make learning easy for the students, who are benefiting from the program.”Mr. Williams said the new consignment will greatly help Alfalit-Liberia meets its goals for the ongoing recruitment process, which want to enroll over 4,000 learners in  2019 circle of the literacy program.He said Alfalit-Liberia hopes to reach all of Liberia’s 15 counties when they receive the needed support to expand the program as it is currently impacting Liberians in five of the 15 counties.Alfalit-Liberia, founded in 2006 is an Affiliate of Alfalit International based in Miami, Florida USA. It is a faith-based Christian origination that teaches illiterate youths and adults who missed out on the basic education teaching them to read, write and do simple arithmetic. The mission of Alfalit is “to eradicate human suffering caused by illiteracy.”Alfalit-Liberia currently operates 52 literacy centers benefiting over 3,000 adult learners and 201 teachers in Montserrado, Grand Bassa, Bong, Bomi and Margibi counties.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

12 Jan

Overseas-based Guyanese fetes over 500 children, elderly folks

first_imgMore than 500 children and elderly folks of the village were treated to meals and gifts, as the Enmore Association of New York (EANY) celebrated its Christmas lunch and party for the 16th consecutive year at Enmore, East Coast Demerara.According to members of EANY, this year’s celebration has been made possible by the collaborative effort of former residents of Enmore and well-wishers of the Enmore Association of New York.EANY founder Ayube Mohamed said these individuals have graciously and generously donated financially to this cause, and the EANY is very grateful for their donation.In addition, EANY is very grateful to have individuals from Enmore in Guyana to help in the execution of this activity. “And we thank them for their services.”“We thank all our generous donors for helping to make this event a reality and a success, and we hope that the gifts you receive today will make a difference for you during this festive season,” the EANY founder has said.As is usually the case, the EANY once again received tremendous support to execute the activity, with donors coming from New York, New Jersey, Florida, Canada and Guyana.Moreover, Mohamed said, while the 2017 event was a huge success, EANY would work to put together an even bigger one in the coming year. He noted that putting smiles on the faces of children and senior citizens was the EANY objective, and that was achieved.Photo saved as Enmore associationlast_img read more

3 Jan

WATCH! James Rodriguez’s World Cup wonder goal copied by South Korean striker

first_imgMin-Kyu Joo, a striker for Seoul E-Land FC, scored a sensational goal for the South Korean club earlier this month that was almost identical to James Rodriguez’s effort against Uruguay at the 2014 World Cup which landed the Colombian the FIFA Puskas Award for best goal of the year.last_img

30 Dec

Arsenal ‘have to start believing’ they can win Premier League title, Gunners legend David Seaman tells talkSPORT

first_imgArsenal legend David Seaman believes the Gunners have a great chance to end their wait for a Premier League title this season after tasting a sweet victory over rivals Manchester City.The dominant hosts sealed all three points before half-time on Monday night thanks to goals from Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud, with Yaya Toure’s late finish just a consolation for the below-par Blues.The 2-1 win lifted Arsenal to within two points of league leaders Leicester, while also established a four point cushion above third-placed City.Manager Arsene Wenger was keen to play down his side’s chances following the game, insisting it is far too soon to be talking about a title tilt just 17 games into the campaign.But former England goalkeeper Seaman is adamant another win over a top-four rival will give the Gunners a much-needed confidence boost as they aim to claim their first league crown since 2004.Speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, the Invincibles hero said: “Arsenal have got a great chance [for the title].“They’ve got to start believing sooner or later, because the other teams are not doing well, they aren’t performing consistently. So they’ve got a great chance.“This season is so different because they’re beating the big teams, which is a massive bonus. They’ve struggled with that over the last few seasons.“But they’ve also got to make sure they win the ‘smaller games’. Their next few matches will be a big test for them and they have to get themselves up for it.”last_img read more

27 Dec


first_imgMORE THAN 350 runners took to the streets of Lifford this evening for the annual Lifford 5K, one of the key fixtures in the road racing calendar.This was the biggest turnout yet for the event, with the race making a change from its traditional route to a start and finish on the athletic track.With the race still looping the narrow streets of the town twice, it provided a great atmosphere for runners and spectators alike. Pauric McKinney has been a stalwart of this event since its inception 14 years ago, and again this evening, the veteran Ballindrait man running in the colours of Inishowen AC showed he is still king of the roads, leading the race home in an impressive time of 15.44.McKinney was followed home by City of Derry duo Christopher McPeake in 16.09 and Dermot McElhinney in 16.13.In the women’s race, City of Derry athlete Catherine Whoriskey led the way home in a fine time of 17.34. Whoriskey was followed home by Derry City track Club’s Hannah McGowan in 19.39, with Foyle Valley’s Gemma McGinty third in 20.28.A big thank you from the organising club, Lifford AC to everyone who turned out to support the event and who helped out in any way. 1Pauric McKinneyInishowen AC360 1 Top Fin15:4415:44M2christopher mc peakeCity of Derry Spartans AC307 2 Top Fin16:0916:09M3Dermot Mc elhinneyCity of Derry Spartans AC382 3 Top Fin16:1316:13M4michael crawleyTri Limits450 1 M 19-3916:2116:21M5Pius McIntyreFoyle Valley AC495 2 M 19-3916:2216:22M6noel loganCity of Derry Spartans AC462 3 M 19-3916:3116:33M7roy mc gillowayFoyle Valley AC490 1 M 0-1816:3616:36M8Ciaran CollinsProject Africa Athletics104 4 M 19-3916:3716:37M9kyle dohertyCity of Derry Spartans AC367 5 M 19-3916:4116:41M10michael murphyCity of Derry Spartans AC391 6 M 19-3916:4516:45M11Paul KellyLifford AC134 7 M 19-3917:1517:16M12karl dohertyInishowen AC482 8 M 19-3917:4817:48M13conor mc devitt467 9 M 19-3917:2517:25M14Cathal LogueCity of Derry Spartans AC170 10 M 19-3917:2717:27M15john mc elhillFinn Valley AC349 11 M 19-3917:2817:28M16karol mc ginleyFinn Valley AC345 2 M 0-1817:2917:29M17catherine whoriskeyCity of Derry Spartans AC393 1 Top Fin17:3417:36F18terry murphy469 1 M 40-4917:4717:47M19damian coxOmagh Harriers384 2 M 40-4917:4817:48M20tommy mc callionRise Running Club392 12 M 19-3917:5117:51M21Paul CoyleLifford AC Fit4Life231 13 M 19-3917:5117:52M22Bill DuncanLifford AC88 3 M 40-4917:5417:54M23Clint DohertyFinn Valley AC146 14 M 19-3918:0618:06M24Philip CallaghanInishowen AC336 4 M 40-4918:0218:07M25Dara McNultyFoyle Valley AC100 5 M 40-4918:0918:09M26eddie quigleyCity of Derry Spartans AC371 15 M 19-3918:1118:11M27Rodney CampbellFoyle Valley AC113 6 M 40-4918:0918:11M28Kenny MelaughHealthy Bon Fitness145 16 M 19-3918:1318:14M29Derryl McQuade498 7 M 40-4918:1718:17M30connor mc dowellRise Running Club459 17 M 19-3918:2018:20M31Conor GallagherLifford AC99 18 M 19-3918:2018:21M32Cathaoir PurvisAcorns AC372 3 M 0-1818:2218:23M33James StevensonLifford AC298 19 M 19-3918:2418:25M34Shea CarlinLifford AC281 20 M 19-3918:3118:31M35sean whoriskyRise Running Club481 21 M 19-3918:3018:34M36aron coleFoyle Valley AC354 8 M 40-4918:3218:34M37Zachary McGowanDerry City Track Club67 4 M 0-1818:3518:35M38James DonagheyConvoy AC94 9 M 40-4918:3518:35M39Damian QuinnOmagh Harriers499 22 M 19-3918:3518:35M40Martin DunleavyFoyle Valley AC111 10 M 40-4918:3518:37M41gary mc faddenBolt468 23 M 19-3918:3518:37M42John TaylorConvoy AC247 1 M 50-5918:3618:38M43michael murrayAcorns AC400 24 M 19-3918:4818:48M44peter lilburnCity of Derry Spartans AC397 1 M 60-9918:5018:50M45Kevin McMenaminLifford AC136 25 M 19-3918:4918:51M46matthew mc dowellRise Running Club460 26 M 19-3918:5218:56M47seamus whiteStaffs Moorlands AC154 27 M 19-3918:5619:01M48Vincent HollywoodGreencastle AC105 11 M 40-4919:0319:03M49shane gallagherDeele Harps305 28 M 19-3919:0619:06M50michael chambersLifford AC366 29 M 19-3919:0619:06M51Paul ConnollyLifford AC232 30 M 19-3919:0719:07M52declan mc gillFoyle Valley AC357 31 M 19-3919:0619:08M53john mc fadden332 32 M 19-3919:1519:16M54Finnbar GallagherInishowen AC288 12 M 40-4919:1719:17M55Conor McLaughlinLifford AC219 33 M 19-3919:1819:18M56Philip KellyLifford AC Fit4Life102 34 M 19-3919:2119:21M57Michael McGrinderLifford AC Fit4Life260 13 M 40-4919:1919:22M58paul doherty375 14 M 40-4919:2619:26M59shaun paul byrneFinn Valley AC348 15 M 40-4919:2619:26M60Joe McCarthyCity of Derry Spartans AC258 2 M 50-5919:2319:27M61ronan haugheyTir Chonaill AC489 2 M 60-9919:2619:29M62Fionntán MooreLifford AC130 5 M 0-1819:3719:37M63Hannah McGowanDerry City Track Club66 2 Top Fin19:3919:39F64manus mc bride487 16 M 40-4919:4819:48M65John CoyleLifford AC Fit4Life237 17 M 40-4919:4619:57M66joseph browne474 18 M 40-4919:5819:58M67Eamon connollyAghyaran Road Runners396 35 M 19-3920:0520:05M68martin andersonFinn Valley AC480 19 M 40-4920:1120:13M69Gerard CampbellLifford AC119 3 M 50-5920:1620:16M70Andrew LeightonConvoy AC147 20 M 40-4920:1720:17M71Michael DuncanLifford AC108 4 M 50-5920:1820:18M72john doherty376 5 M 50-5920:1420:18M73stephen long497 36 M 19-3920:2020:22M74Adrian McHughIndividual96 21 M 40-4920:2620:26M75Gemma McGintyFoyle Valley AC112 3 Top Fin20:2820:28F76Joe McNultyLifford AC Fit4Life71 22 M 40-4920:3120:31M77geoff mc gillian463 37 M 19-3920:3420:34M78Wilson CraigLifford AC73 6 M 0-1820:3320:36M79Iggy HoustonLifford AC Fit4Life85 6 M 50-5920:3420:37M80Henrietta ElvesInishowen AC121 1 F 40-4920:3820:38F81Dominic CarlinLifford AC148 23 M 40-4920:3920:43M82Pádraig magLionsighLifford AC137 7 M 50-5920:4720:51M83Janeen LeeseCity of Derry Spartans AC87 1 F 19-3920:4920:52F84richard burkeRise Running Club389 38 M 19-3920:5420:54M85raymound peoples342 39 M 19-3920:4520:55M86Daniel DugganLifford AC203 40 M 19-3920:4720:58M87rodney batesConvoy AC309 41 M 19-3920:5820:58M88Richie DuncanCastlefinn Running Club254 24 M 40-4920:5520:59M89michael concannonRise Running Club365 8 M 50-5921:0021:00M90Garrett McCarronLifford AC Fit4Life142 42 M 19-3921:0821:08M91sean mc menaminAghyaran Road Runners395 43 M 19-3921:0621:08M92Ciaran McLaughlinLifford AC Fit4Life222 25 M 40-4921:0921:09M93ciaran bovaird379 26 M 40-4921:1121:11M94Adrian MarshIndividual262 27 M 40-4921:1321:13M95michael gallagherFoyle Valley AC398 9 M 50-5921:0621:13M96Paul McNameeLifford AC110 10 M 50-5921:1121:15M97kieran coyleKCR338 28 M 40-4921:1121:16M98sinead kennyFinn Valley AC314 2 F 40-4921:1521:18F99dermot mc granaghanCastlefinn Running Club302 29 M 40-4921:1521:18M100conor mc gonagle163 30 M 40-4921:1521:18M101jess moorehead478 2 F 19-3921:2021:20F102Paddy TourishLifford AC69 11 M 50-5921:2021:20M103alan cattersonFinn Valley AC453 31 M 40-4921:2321:23M104Ita KellyLifford AC109 3 F 40-4921:2421:24F105Liam ClearyLifford AC Fit4Life230 32 M 40-4921:2521:25M106Deborah ConroyLifford AC Fit4Life95 3 F 19-3921:2521:25F107mark friel164 33 M 40-4921:2621:26M108sean harkinFoyle Valley AC337 34 M 40-4921:2921:29M109Declan McAleerLifford AC Fit4Life238 35 M 40-4921:2921:29M110Barry Porter241 36 M 40-4921:2321:32M111george harkinBorn 2 Run312 12 M 50-5921:2621:34M112Lisa McGuiganFoyle Valley AC133 4 F 19-3921:2721:35F113clare harkinCity of Derry Spartans AC394 5 F 19-3921:3121:36F114damian gallagherRise Running Club399 37 M 40-4921:2921:37M115Orla MoranFoyle Valley AC380 4 F 40-4921:3021:38F116Josephine DonagheyConvoy AC141 6 F 19-3921:3421:40F117michael houstonCity of Derry Spartans AC161 7 M 0-1821:4421:45M118michael mc nulty333 38 M 40-4921:4321:45M119Paddy GildeaConvoy AC251 44 M 19-3921:4221:48M120owen coyleRosses AC326 13 M 50-5921:4921:49M121brigeen canavanCity of Derry Spartans AC465 5 F 40-4921:4621:50F122clare connorCity of Derry Spartans AC466 1 F 50-5921:4521:50F123Scott Galbraith263 45 M 19-3921:5221:52M124Patrick McDaidLifford AC Fit4Life120 39 M 40-4921:5221:52M125Liam McGillian350 46 M 19-3921:5421:54M126Kevin GreenanLetterkenny AC227 14 M 50-5921:4521:55M127eugene mc ginley346 40 M 40-4922:0522:05M128Ton BangertLifford AC Fit4Life226 3 M 60-9922:0322:06M129dessie gallenKCR339 41 M 40-4922:0622:09M130patsy mc hugh370 42 M 40-4922:0322:10M131John CraigLifford AC72 43 M 40-4922:0322:12M132Jude McCrossanIndividual202 8 M 0-1822:1422:14M133John McElwaineLifford AC171 47 M 19-3922:0822:15M134patricia mc laughlinInishowen AC160 6 F 40-4922:1522:15F135Catherine moranFoyle Valley AC381 2 F 50-5922:0922:17F136bronagh hereninTir Chonaill AC159 7 F 40-4922:1822:18F137Don SmithConvoy AC285 15 M 50-5922:1622:22M138Adrian SheridanOmagh Harriers200 9 M 0-1822:2322:25M139Laura MaguireIndividual78 8 F 40-4922:2622:26F140Declan mc cullagh352 48 M 19-3922:3022:30M141Eugene McGinleyRaphoe Road Runners279 16 M 50-5922:3022:30M142aidan roarty457 49 M 19-3922:3022:30M143Sharon HamiltonAghyaran Road Runners86 9 F 40-4922:3022:30F144helen mc dowellRise Running Club362 7 F 19-3922:3122:31F145Brian McMullanTir Chonaill AC116 44 M 40-4922:3222:32M146pat shovelin373 50 M 19-3922:2822:35M147Robert MitchellLifford AC Fit4Life68 51 M 19-3922:2622:36M148Ivor RussellKnockmany Runners139 52 M 19-3922:2922:37M149Dympna Houston239 8 F 19-3922:3022:38F150Terence QuinnRaphoe Road Runners276 17 M 50-5922:3922:39M151Liam MaguireLifford AC131 45 M 40-4922:3922:39M152Christopher CuskellyLifford AC82 46 M 40-4922:4022:40M153Stephen CrawfordLifford AC Fit4Life246 53 M 19-3922:4122:41M154conor hayesLifford AC353 47 M 40-4922:4322:43M155Rachel FrielLifford AC132 9 F 19-3922:3722:43F156edwina sweeneyTir Chonaill AC157 10 F 40-4922:4722:47F157Ashleigh McArdleLifford AC125 1 F 0-1822:4422:50F158Stephen McCroryIndividual280 48 M 40-4922:5222:52M159Gerard MyersIndividual144 49 M 40-4922:4822:55M160Aoife NashLetterkenny AC290 10 F 19-3922:5622:56F161Caroline McGuireFinn Valley AC316 11 F 40-4922:5922:59F162Carl HoustonCastlefinn Running Club255 18 M 50-5922:5723:01M163Jackie HarveyTir Chonaill AC223 3 F 50-5922:5723:02F164Carmel HoynesLifford AC149 12 F 40-4923:0423:04F165Vera HaugheyTir Chonaill AC221 4 F 50-5923:0623:06F166Martin McCroryIndividual289 50 M 40-4922:5923:09M167Barry McArdleLifford AC Fit4Life124 51 M 40-4923:0923:09M168Jacqui TimoneyLifford AC103 11 F 19-3923:1123:11F169Liam McMullanIndividual123 52 M 40-4923:0723:13M170Brian DohertySwanlings293 53 M 40-4923:1923:19M171Tommy DohertyDrumoghill Running Club264 19 M 50-5923:2023:20M172Damian MonaghanLifford AC Fit4Life235 54 M 40-4923:2123:21M173niall mc glincheyConvoy AC464 55 M 40-4923:1623:23M174Aidan McGrathLifford AC Fit4Life92 56 M 40-4923:1623:24M175Darren ReidLifford AC Fit4Life76 57 M 40-4923:2723:27M176Paul Houston240 54 M 19-3923:3023:30M177Ursula CoyleLifford AC Fit4Life236 13 F 40-4923:2023:30F178Margaret ShielsLetterkenny AC292 14 F 40-4923:3123:31F179conor mc garvey347 55 M 19-3923:2823:36M180chris mc anney156 56 M 19-3923:3623:36M181willie ferryWF Running363 57 M 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Club344 F 19-39F DNFjames brownCity of Derry Spartans AC458 M 40-49M DNFgary slevin461 M 19-39MRESULTS OF RECORD-BREAKING LIFFORD 5K was last modified: July 15th, 2015 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:5kLIfford ACResultslast_img read more

26 Dec

Douglas Costa apologises for spit, elbow and headbutt on opponent

first_img“We could’ve scored a third goal, but instead we started to play as individuals, we tried to dribble past everyone, this wound up the opposition, who then reacted badly and you do get to situations like Douglas Costa.Earlier in the game, Cristiano Ronaldo opened his goalscoring account for the Serie A giants. Costa also headbutted his rival REVEALED MONEY On Instagram, Costa wrote: “I would like to apologise to all of Juventus fans for this misleading reaction in today’s game.“I also apologise to my teammates, who are always with me in good times and bad.“I was ugly, I am aware and I apologise to everyone for it.“I make it clear that this isolated attitude does not match what I have always shown in my career.” 4 Latest Football News Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Douglas Costa is sent off after elbowing, headbutting, and then spitting at Serie A opponentAfter a VAR consultation from the referee, Costa was sent off and he’s set for further punishment from the Italian authorities.However, Juve boss Max Allegri suggested his player may have been provoked.This did not prevent Costa from issuing an apology though but he left Di Francesco out of the statement. 4 4 Juve are in action in the Champions League on Wednesday night when they travel to Valencia. They are in Group H with Swiss side Young Boys and Premier League giants Manchester United. Massimiliano Allegri condemned Costa’s actions.He said: “Maybe he was irritated at a foul before.“But it does not matter, because this absolutely must not happen.“The one thing we must avoid doing is falling for provocation. Best clips, calls and talkSPORT moments of 2019, feat Hearn, McCoist and more Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack 4 Costa elbowed Di Francesco first possible standings highlights Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Costa finished off his rampage by spitting in Di Francesco’s face silverware impact Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade smart causal England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Juventus star Douglas Costa has issued an apology for his “misleading reaction” after spitting in an opponent’s mouth.The winger also elbowed and headbutted Sassuolo’s Federico di Franceso during the closing stages of the Old Lady’s 2-1 win. RANKED Ronaldo got on the scoresheet in the eventful game How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures last_img read more

25 Dec


first_imgUPDATED: The emergency services are at the scene of a plane crash today in Co Donegal which left a 22-year-old man critically ill in hospital.Fire crews, ambulances and Gardai were at the scene of the incident which happened just past 2pm between Convoy and Castlefin.Air accident investigators are also on the way to the incident. The two-seater micro-light aircraft came down in an airfield at Kilpatrick and wreckage was spread over a wide area close to farm buildings.The pilot, a 22-year-old Buncrana man, is in a critical condition and was airlifted to hospital in Letterkenny by the Sligo rescue chopper.The scene has been sealed off.No-one else was on board. It’s thought the plane crashed after getting into difficulty in high winds.“This is a very serious incident and all efforts at the moment are concentrated on recovery,” said one source.“It’s a miracle that he survived.” PILOT CRITICALLY ILL AFTER CO DONEGAL PLANE CRASH was last modified: October 1st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:castlefinconvoyPILOT FEARED DEAD IN CO DONEGAL PLANE CRASHlast_img read more