JAKARTA—National Golf Association of the Philippines president Martin Lorenzo, a long-time, low-key sports patron, loves to cook. And as a brilliant businessman, he made billions off his delectable dishes.ADVERTISEMENT Those twin gold medals are worth a staggering P12 million, with Saso to get P8 million—P6 million for the individual and another P2 million for her share in the team incentive.“Money is a double-edged sword,” Lorenzo said. “On one hand, it can be used for education, advanced training and establishing a support team that can take your golf game to the next level,” he said. “This is what I would advise Yuka to do with her prize money.”“On the other hand, money can also bring all sorts of dubious characters out of the woodwork to try and get a piece of the prize,” he added. “Yuka and her family should be very wary of these sycophants, who will be nothing but distractions in her career.”Saso should listen. Lorenzo has been as scrutinizing at the helm of the NGAP, and look where the sport is now.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “We’re running close to P3 million in expenses just for the preparation for this tournament alone,” NGAP secretary general Bones Floro, a trusted Lorenzo lieutenant who was also the non-playing skipper for both squads, told the Inquirer.“Whatever the players want, we got for them—equipment, tournament exposure, plane fares, everything,” Floro said.“It is said that great talent needs great management to be successful,” Lorenzo said.Yuka Saso won the individual gold and with Bianca Pagdanganan and Lois Kaye Go, won the team championship, a first for the country in Asiad golf achieved by a prodigious trio with an average age of 18.“These young ladies have yet to enter their peak athletic years, and as they grow in maturity and experience, their potential to excel in the international arena—in the LPGA and even the Olympics (in 2020 in Tokyo)—is enormous,” Lorenzo said.ADVERTISEMENT Clutch putt helps Ababa steady roller-coaster round for Cebu Invitational crown MOST READ Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college 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 DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial begins Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ As a chef handling the golf body for just less than a year now, he removed the ingredients that spoiled the NGAP dish and gave the country it’s biggest surprise in the 18th Asian Games here with a golden double courtesy of three young lasses that thrived under the new national program.“One of the priorities of the current NGAP leadership is to minimize—if not totally eliminate—all forms of politics, lobbying and extraneous agendas within the organization,” Lorenzo said in a text message to the Inquirer.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’“With these out of the way, it allowed our national golfers to focus all their attention and efforts on improving their skills and sharpening their games,” said Lorenzo, who sold the Pancake House franchise several years back reportedly for a couple of billion pesos before buying a chunk of the Hacienda Luisita sugar business and its picturesque golf course.Lorenzo backed his words with cash and made sure that the men’s and women’s teams that flew over here were prepared as best as they could be and equipped with the latest technology that money could buy. Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal LATEST STORIES View comments
Mighty Barrolle, on Wednesday increases their chances for winning the 2014 Basketball Championship, when she thumped Barnersville Celtic, 71-62 points, reports Leroy M. Sonpon, lll.The Rollers, in the first quarter, bowed to Barnersville Celtics 19-15 points, but led the remaining three quarters; 33-30, 47-35 and 71-62 points.Wednesday’s game was rescheduled from Saturday, May 3 because of the rain.The basketball outfit of the Kanyan pepper boys, last month in their strive to end their title famine in decades, pinned a number of basketball teams, including LPRC Oilers 55-53 points.So far, Rollers have suffered two defeats to Timber Wolves and NPA Pythons, 53-49 and 64-54 points respectively.Former and current basketball champions, NPA Pythons and LPRC Oilers surpassed Barrolle’s triumph. Both teams have so far lost a game.However, in the second Wednesday’s game virtually youthful Timber Wolves convincingly walloped Dream Team II, 107-52 points, while Oilers boosted their chances over archrivals Pythons, winning 87-79 points.The two games were also rescheduled from Sunday, May 4.According to the fixture, the league continues today with two 2nd division teams opening the floor; Uhuru Prince and Heats; and Cestos Morgars will face Dream Team II, in the first division.Several spectators, including Mary Taylor, Siatta Mensah, David Nagbe and Jenkins Nah on Wednesday expressed their hope for a continuous favorite weather condition for the league to end successfully.They urged the LBA management to take care of the generator to avoid mechanical fault and should not rent the gym during scheduled games days.Die-hard Barrolle fan, Madam Taylor said it is sad for the games to be cancelled because of the rains and it is frustrating for the generator to cause the deferment of games.Nagbe and Nah, in separate interviews said it is not correct for the LBA management to rent the Sports Commission.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The staff association of Ecobank Liberia Limited under the banner “Ecobank Social & Athletic Club or ESAC” on Monday buttressed the efforts of government in combating and containing the spread of Ebola in the country by making donations to hospitals and five media institutions.The Good Will Hospital and Hope for Women International in Fiamah and Paynesville received the assorted sanitary materials to include soap, Clorox; buckets and powder detergents, among others.Also five media institutions received diesel fuel and they include Radio Kartoma ten gallons; Radio Voinjama five gallons fuel, Radio Kakata five gallons fuel, Radio Gbarnga five gallons fuel and Super Bongese Radio five gallons fuel.Presenting the items, ESAC President Trokon R. Jackson flanked by Karine Walker and Mwasnoh Tuan said his organization was gratified to identify with the hospitals during a time of national emergency. According to ESAC Jackson, the two referral centers have done extremely well in recent time to ensuring that lives are saved.ESAC Jackson explained that despite the current difficulties in terms of hospitals refusing to administer medication, Good Will Hospital and Hope for Women International were embracing the challenges by providing medication to Liberians.He said the actions by the two hospitals to remained open and administer medication to people has restored hopes of Liberians who are seeking other medication in the midst of Ebola. Jackson put the cost of the donations at over sixty thousand Liberian dollars. He said the monies were provided by members of ESAC who are within the fifteen counties of Liberia.He disclosed that plans are also underway for donations to be made to other medical institutions across the country. He called on other referral hospitals to join the fight with national government so that Ebola can be contained and defeated.For her part, the Medical Director of Hope for Women International Dr. Willimena Jallah lauded ESAC for the gesture, promising that it will be use for the intended purpose. Doctor Jallah said the hospital was in dire need of sanitary materials.She encouraged ESAC executives to keep a distance from people who are showing signs of constant fever, adding, “Those who are treated for fever and keep experiencing it should remain at their homes and seek medical care.”For his part, the Proprietor of Good Will Clinic Doctor Edward G. David also lauded ESAC for the donation. He added that the clinic is running its normal medical activities in the wake of Ebola. Dr. David believes that Ebola can be defeated in the soonest possible time. He called on philanthropists to complement the efforts of government so that the country can return to its previous status.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
…says teachers pooling money to fund school uniformsOutspoken political commentator and Charted Accountant Christopher Ram has described some of the harrowing tales that have resulted from the closures of several estates across country which came via Government’s downsizing of the sugar industry owing the billions of dollars in subsidised allocations. Speaking with Guyana Times during an interview on Tuesday, the attorney opined that the current Administration should have implemented the industry’s overhaul in a phased manner as opposed to the four closures within one year.Wales was officially closed in December 2016 and the closures of East Demerara (Enmore), Skeldon and Rose Hall were finalised by December 2017 although the latter three were reopened under limited operations via the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited’s (NICIL) Special Purpose Unit (SPU).Since then, Ram has been facilitating a donation drive to the children of ex-workers of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo). The items have included bicycles, haversacks and stationery supplies. From his vantage point, the accountant imparted that the closures have facilitated social ills owing the fact the inhabitants of the various communities built their lives from their earnings in the sugar industry.“The people need employment; they need support and it seems that they’re almost forgotten and its cynical, it’s callous and it’s cruel. The problem in those areas is that they’re almost single industry communities which have been built for decades and decades around sugar and you can’t take away their lifeline, then very essence of the community and think that you have solved the problem and you’ve created some extremely costly social problems,” he observed. Ram also pointed out a disturbing scene whereby he saw persons fishing in nearby drains during one of his many visits and it was explained that this was for their sustenance.“I saw people catching fish in drains and I asked an adult what that child doing in that drain they said; ‘What you think, they na got to eat?’ That was the answer. This is misery and yes we would sit in Georgetown and drink champagne,” Ram highlighted.Speaking from a fiscal perspective, Ram pondered why the country’s budget deficit is higher in spite of the rationalisation objectives. He added that there was “no question” that some realignment was necessary in the sugar industry but said it not only should have been phased but well planned.“What we have is chaos, confusion and misdirection, particularly led by NICIL which has only added to the confusion,” he said.Ram outlined that based on the information he obtained, some of the children are inclined to miss classes as they lack school uniforms and lack basic meals. “Teachers are pooling money to give a meal to children. That child is a human being who is going to grow into an adult and what is he or she going to do?” he asked.Prior to the closures, observers including the political Opposition were calling for social impact studies to be conducted beforehand. Now that Government went ahead with its cost-cutting measures, many of the workers have held out that they are finding great difficulty in attaining well-paying and consistent employment. Some are of the view that these communities should be allocated subsidies for travel, text books, electricity and water owing to the vacuum that came to the fore when the industry was slashed. More than that, workers at Wales, were waiting almost two years for their severance pay due to their refusal to take up work at the Uitvlugt Estate which is 22 miles away from their homes. Though they were finally paid this month with interest, many parents said that in the interim they could not have afforded to send their children to school on a consistent basis. (Shemuel Fanfair)
Speaking yesterday on Issues and Answers he made it clear that he’s now supporting the tax, because the new Christy Clark Liberal government is doing what the old Gordon Campbell administration, didn’t do, prior to implementing tax and that is, engaging BC voters in a meaningful tax discussion.- Advertisement -Asked, if that process doesn’t lead to the death of HST, if it could, at least lead to changes, in tax…he said this…[asset|aid=3538|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=fa7e8bb53eb1bc50fccf0b93c39aecca-Blair-HST Dialogue_1_Pub.mp3] Mr. Lekstrom, rejoined the Grit caucus, following Clark’s leadership victory in February.As Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure he’s now ready to join others in his party promoting the tax, in the debate leading up to this summer’s referendum.Advertisement It’s been less than a year since Peace River South MLA Blair Lekstrom walked away from his position as BC ‘S Energy Minister, and from the governing Liberal caucus, citing his opposition to the roll out, or lack therefore, of the Harmonized Sales Tax.
The source said he faced sitting on the sidelines of anything from six to 12 weeks.“The injury is really bad,” a United source was quoted as saying by the newspaper.However, the club believe Pogba’s injury was a result of the player overdoing his personal training outside of the club’s supervision.“It’s not normal for a player respecting our training programme,” the source said.According to the newspaper, Pogba is keen to go to the United States to undergo treatment and rehabilitation with a group of personal trainers he used while on holiday there in the close season.Should United’s worst fears be realised Pogba would miss five Champions League games plus Premier League meetings with Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Manchester United’s French midfielder Paul Pogba warms up at Old Trafford in Manchester on September 12, 2017 © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 17 – French international Paul Pogba could be out of action for three months, the Sunday Times reported on Sunday, dealing a huge blow to Manchester United.The hamstring injury suffered by the 24-year-old — an £89.3 million ($121 million, 105 million euros) signing from Juventus last year — after just 18 minutes in Tuesday’s Champions League match with Basel is worse than was thought originally according to a club source.
RathmullanIT must be one of the fastest 5K times run in Donegal for a long time.Conor Bradley of City of Derry AC turned in quite an amazing performance to cross the line first in the Rathmullan 5k with a staggering time of 14.58.His closest rival was in-form Letterkenny athlete Pauric Breslin who also turned in a super time of 14.58 but was still almost a full minute behind the winner. More than 400 runners and walkers took part in the event which was a huge success.The following is a list of runners and walkers and their times. Well done to everyone who took part. Rathmullan 5k 2015Place Bib Name Sex AG Club Time1 700 Conor Bradley m SM City of Derry 14:582 699 Pauric Breslin m SM Letterkenny AC 15:503 271 Dermot Mc Elhinney m M40 15:524 194 Ivan Toner m M35 Letterkenny AC 15:535 203 Mark McPaul m SM Finn Valley AC 15:586 673 Anthony Doherty m m35 16:137 270 Shane Mc Nulty m M35 Finn Valley AC 16:188 252 Kyle Doherty m SM City of Derry 16:209 282 Dermot McElchar m SM Finn Valley AC 16:2010 258 Michael Murphy m M35 City of Derry 16:2511 698 Natasha Adams w SW Letterkenny AC 16:2912 650 John Doherty m M35 Cranford AC 16:4113 672 Raymond Birch m sm Letterkenny AC 17:0614 646 Noel Diver m SM Rosses AC 17:1415 668 Martin McColgan m JM Carnoustie 17:2216 215 Anthony Doherty m M45 Milford AC 17:2817 243 Kevin Ferry m M40 Letterkenny AC 17:3018 641 Kieran Crawford m SM Letterkenny AC 17:3119 47 Barney Ferry m M35 Crumlin Runners 17:3220 166 Catherine Whoriskey w SW City of Derry 17:3621 278 Ben George m M40 Letterkenny AC 17:3822 615 Darren Price m M35 Letterkenny AC 17:4423 266 Paul Russell m M35 17:4924 193 Brian Crossan m M35 Letterkenny Kick Boxing 17:5925 594 John Whoriskey m M35 18:0126 227 Niall Barry m M35 18:0327 302 Christopher Crampsey m JM City of Derry 18:0428 241 James Stevenson m M35 Lifford AC 18:0529 242 Liam George m JM 18:0830 276 Luke Davy m SM 18:0931 184 Dermot Connolly m m55 City of Derry 18:1032 142 Russell Porter m SM Russells C 2 5K 18:1533 616 Ciaran O’ Donnell m M45 Letterkenny AC 18:1534 236 PJ Hagan m SM Milford AC 18:1935 183 Colin Mc Nulty m M40 Finn Valley AC 18:2036 287 James Donaghey m Convoy AC 18:2137 77 Peter Lilburn m M60 City of Derry 18:2338 401 Fergus Callaghan m SM 18:3239 269 Barry Chambers m M35 Finn Valley AC 18:3440 277 Sinead Peoples w SW Letterkenny AC 18:3441 305 James Crampsie m M45 City of Derry 18:3642 192 Jackie Mc Ginley w W45 City of Derry 18:4543 630 Ryan Jordan m JM 18:4844 636 Ray McGaghey m M45 18:4945 69 Donal Haughey m M60 Tir Chonaill AC 18:5146 291 Michael Galvin m m40 Letterkenny AC 18:5347 234 Declan Mc Girr m M35 Foyle Vallley 18:5648 224 Desmond Fahy m m45 Orangegrove AC 19:0349 244 Paul Coyle m M35 Foyle Valley 19:0650 629 Troy Hegarty m M35 Letterkenny AC 19:0751 643 N.N. 643 19:1252 635 John McFadden m M35 19:2153 205 Kieran Murray m M35 Milford AC 19:2754 71 Daniel Hewitt m SM Crumlin Runners 19:2955 195 Jane Mc Ginley w W35 Letterkenny AC 19:3056 696 Mark McFadden m M40 19:4057 316 Donnchadh Parkinson m JM 19:4658 592 Curley Coyle m M35 Ramelton 19:5059 250 Paddy Ryan m SM 19:5160 297 Damian Rogers m m45 19:5661 314 Brendan Connor m M50 City of Derry 19:5862 247 Shaun Boyce m SM Speer Performance 20:0063 248 Karl Egan m SM Speer Performance 20:0064 274 Kealan O’ Donnell m JM 20:0665 686 Gerard Marley m SM 20:0766 134 Brian O’ Donnell m M40 Crumlin Runners 20:1567 576 James Whoriskey m M35 Milford AC 20:1668 300 Peter O’Donnell m M35 City of Derry 20:1869 685 John Ward m SM Milford AC 20:2270 200 Michael Duncan m M50 Lifford AC 20:2571 639 James McLaughlin m M50 20:2572 280 Marie Harper w W35 Finn Valley AC 20:3073 408 Darragh Kelly m M35 20:3274 667 Seamus Ferry m M45 Milford AC 20:3475 653 Paddy McCambridge m M50 North Belfast Harriers 20:3676 208 Ita Kelly w W45 Lifford AC 20:4177 216 Pj Lyons m M40 20:4278 649 Colette McElwaine w W40 Milford AC 20:4279 571 Adrian McGarvey m M35 20:4380 631 Martin Jordan m M35 20:5881 246 Ciaran McLaughlin m SM 21:0082 213 Ben Folan m JM 21:0183 253 Janeen Leese w SW City of Derry 21:0584 313 Paul McGilloway m M50 North West Triathlon 21:0585 251 Kevin Doherty m M40 Crumlin Runners 21:0886 627 Mark Curran m SM 21:0887 204 Kenneth Moore m m45 Milford AC 21:1288 218 Stephen Shiels m M40 Letterkenny AC 21:1389 564 Geard Dorrian m M50 Milford AC 21:1490 260 Stephan Canavan m m40 North West Triathlon 21:2591 261 Brigeen Canavan w W45 City of Derry 21:2592 199 Michael Gallagher m M55 Foyle Vallley 21:3393 202 Fergal O’Gara m SM 21:3894 642 Lynn Crawford w SW 21:4095 402 Joe Coyle m SM 21:4396 196 Rachel Doherty w W40 Foyle Vallley 21:4497 267 Paul Mc Namee m M50 Lifford AC 21:4498 198 Paula McGilloway w W50 City of Derry 21:5099 628 Rory Reynolds m M35 21:52100 265 Noreen Bonner w W55 21:53101 693 Marian Kerr w W35 21:55102 67 Clare Harkin w W35 City of Derry 21:58103 249 Richard Raymond m M60 Letterkenny AC 21:59104 206 Noel Mc Cormick m M40 22:01105 177 Kenny Merritt m SM 22:05106 670 Francis Diver m M45 Milford AC 22:06107 262 Brendan Sheridan m m45 22:19108 565 Neil McBride m SM 22:26109 172 Christopher Cuskelly m M40 Lifford AC 22:28110 411 Owen Fogarty m M50 Milford AC 22:28111 230 Jeff King m M35 22:30112 295 Caroline McNulty w SW Finn Valley AC 22:30113 294 Michael Mc Nulty m M40 22:31114 579 Frank McGettigan m M55 22:35115 621 Tara Carron w W35 22:37116 102 Pauric Mc Garvey m SM Crumlin Runners 22:38117 663 Marie McAteer w SW 22:40118 595 Danny McLaughlin m M40 22:41119 664 Marty McAteer m SM 22:41120 310 Helena Crossan w W40 Speer Performance 22:43121 562 Brian Doherty m M40 Swanlings 22:43122 569 Shaun McGinley m JM 22:51123 158 Luca Tampelline m SM 22:54124 181 Cain Connolly m SM NI Kidney Research Fund 22:59125 590 Donal McBride m SM 22:59126 626 Gary Price m SM 22:59127 222 Iseult Fahy w JW Orangegrove AC 23:06128 201 Shane Keaveney m SM 23:11129 581 Ines de Begnast w SW 23:11130 689 Evelyn McGeehan w W45 Finn Valley Fit for Life 23:12131 306 Siobhan Barrett Doherty w W40 Milford AC 23:13132 688 Ramona Gallagher w W35 Finn Valley Fit for Life 23:17133 311 Austin Cutliffe m M45 North West Triathalon 23:18134 225 Joseph Casey m M50 23:21135 570 Nancy McNamee w W50 Finn Valley A 23:21136 659 Teresa Winston w W35 Milford AC 23:22137 178 Barney Patton m SM 23:25138 558 Rosemary McGee w W45 Milford AC 23:25139 176 Henry Downey m M35 Crumlin Runners 23:26140 32 Rachel Crossan w W40 Crumlin Runners 23:27141 661 Caroline McElwaine w W35 23:28142 207 Gloria Donaghey w W55 Finn Valley AC 23:29143 318 Paul McKenna m JM 23:29144 662 Damien McBride m M35 Milford AC 23:32145 697 Liam Cannon m M45 23:35146 231 Brian Dunleavy m W35 23:38147 695 Michaela Gilespie w W45 23:39148 577 Aine Whoriskey w W35 Milford AC 23:40149 684 Mathew Price m JM Letterkenny AC 23:40150 671 Nigel Black m M45 23:42151 637 John Friel m M45 23:50152 226 Danny Sharkey m M55 23:52153 257 Leon Boyce m SM Crumlin Runners 23:57154 209 Roisin McGinley w W45 Lifford AC 23:59155 644 Libby Mooney w JW 24:06156 625 Laird McKinley m M35 24:07157 680 Noel McBride m M50 24:10158 619 Joey McElwee m M40 24:11159 197 Edel McCarthy w W45 Foyle Valley 24:16160 105 John Mc Ginley m M60 Crumlin Runners 24:25161 308 Eunan Gormley m M50 24:27162 563 Sean O’Donnell m M50 Swanlings 24:31163 605 Gerard Mc Fadden m M50 24:33164 301 Bridgeena McFadden w W45 24:34165 660 Claire McEntyre w SW 24:35166 221 Michael McAteer m M35 24:38167 18 Juile Brogan w SW Russells C 2 5K 24:40168 567 Roisin Doherty w W35 24:41169 572 Hugh McGarvey m M40 24:41170 666 Darina Ferry w W40 Milford AC 24:43171 600 N.N. 600 24:54172 607 Lee Boyce m JM Glenswilly 24:54173 298 Arlene McCole w SW 24:55174 560 Kielan Stevenson m JM 25:00175 652 Noel Heekin m M35 Siabh League 25:00176 41 Carmel Doherty w W40 Crumlin Runners 25:03177 175 Olivia Cuskelly w W35 Lifford AC 25:08178 578 Mick Russell m JM 25:12179 170 Dessie Mc Laughlin m M40 25:19180 59 Donna Gallagher w W35 Crumlin Runners 25:20181 3 Sean Barrett m SM Crumlin Runners 25:25182 171 Goretti Sheridan w W40 Run For Fun LK 25:27183 210 Audrey Sweeney w W40 Lifford AC 25:29184 7 Mary Bond w W55 Finn Valley AC 25:32185 55 Jimmy Gallagher m M45 Men on the Move 25:34186 54 Ollie Gallagher m M45 Men on the Move 25:35187 132 Calvagh O’ Donnell m JM Crumlin Runners 25:39188 279 Gerry Burke m M55 25:42189 682 Josephine Coll w W35 25:54190 566 Sean McGlinchey m M50 25:59191 237 Noelle White w W35 26:04192 654 Ciara Crossan w SW 26:08193 678 Cathal Neilis m SM 26:09194 651 Ciaran Harkin m SM 26:12195 23 John Corcoran m M50 Men on the Move 26:13196 573 Angela McGarvey w W40 26:16197 186 Tommy McNaught m M50 26:23198 245 Liam McFadden m M35 Milford AC 26:26199 556 Frank McTaggart m M45 26:26200 80 Rosaleen Lynch w SW Crumlin Runners 26:28201 156 Lorna Spratt w W35 Crumlin Runners 26:28202 149 Martin Sheridan m M45 Crumlin Runners 26:34203 426 Ruth Creighton w W40 26:36204 687 Caroline Marley w SW Milford AC 26:47205 86 Caroline Mc Ateer w W45 Crumlin Runners 26:49206 169 Sarah Wilson w SW Russells C 2 5K 26:49207 307 Deirdre Gormley w W45 26:49208 303 John Crawford m M40 26:50209 304 Liam Haughy m M50 26:51210 580 Heather McLaughlin w JW 26:56211 174 Alisha Cuskelly w JW Lifford AC 26:59212 552 Sarah Hunter w W50 Drumoghill 27:07213 655 Caroline Friel w W45 Russell’s C 2 5K 27:07214 162 Annette Trearty w W35 Ray Couch 2 5k 27:10215 691 John Gallagher m SM 27:14216 163 Sally Turnbull w W45 Milford AC 27:19217 6 Bridgeen Blaney w W40 Crumlin Runners 27:23218 214 Romald van Ruiven m M50 27:23219 233 Margo Mc Nally w W35 Termon 27:25220 281 Rosaleen Gallagher w W50 27:26221 285 Anne Donnell w W45 Lifford AC fit for life 27:31222 647 Stephen Smyth m M35 27:31223 20 Amanda Callaghan w JW Crumlin Runners 27:43224 56 Jenny Gallagher w W35 Crumlin Runners 27:44225 404 Norman Irwin m M45 27:46226 62 Jennifer Gardiner w SW Crumlin Runners 27:47227 121 Laura Morrisan w W40 Crumlin Runners 27:49228 212 Imelda McFadden w SW 27:57229 272 Susan Barry w W40 28:06230 599 Paula McGleenan w SW 28:17231 296 AnnMarie Rogers w W40 28:21232 119 Jessica Morrisan w W35 Crumlin Runners 28:23233 447 Adrian Benrt m M45 28:29234 70 Eileen Hewitt w W35 Crumlin Runners 28:33235 115 Joan Merritt w W45 Milford AC 28:35236 553 Sinead McTaggart w W40 Milford AC 28:38237 101 Lorraine Mc Garvey w SW Crumlin Runners 28:40238 190 Connie Barrett w SW 28:41239 692 Pauline Gallagher w SW 28:48240 180 Lewis Mc Laughlin m JM 28:53241 182 Ryan Mc Laughlin m M35 28:54242 88 Maeliosa Mc Ateer w JW Ray Couch 2 5k 29:02243 89 Breda Mc Bride w SW Crumlin Runners 29:02244 122 Catherine Morrisan w W35 Crumlin Runners 29:02245 61 Mairead Gallagher w SW Crumlin Runners 29:09246 410 Aoife Kelly w W35 29:18247 97 Patricia Mc Fadden w JW Crumlin Runners 29:28248 211 William Dillon m SM 29:28249 232 Annmarie Mc Devitt w W35 29:28250 96 Barbara Mc Elwee w W40 Ray Couch 2 5k 29:32251 618 Roisin Sheridan w W45 Ray Couch to 5K 29:32252 299 Lucia Bravo w JW 29:37253 82 Angela Lynch w SW Crumlin Runners 29:39254 83 Damien Lynch m SM Crumlin Runners 29:39255 78 Brian Lowry m SM Men on the Move 29:40256 46 Laura Edwards w SW Crumlin Runners 29:41257 694 Hilary Moore w W45 Milford AC 29:43258 188 Katie Swords w JW 29:45259 63 Domenica Gavaghan w SW Ray Couch 2 5k 29:49260 446 Conal Creighton m JM 29:59261 173 Nicole Cuskelly w JW 30:15262 223 Jennifer McAteer w W35 30:09263 126 Sarah Mullin w JW Ray Couch 2 5k 30:19264 58 Eileen Gallagher w W35 Crumlin Runners 30:27265 434 Grace Creighton w JW 30:37266 290 Anne Quinn w W35 30:39267 22 Roisin Clifford w W40 Crumlin Runners 30:41268 79 Darren Lynch m SM Crumlin Runners 30:42269 148 Belinda Sheridan w W35 Crumlin Runners 30:48270 109 Stacey Mc Mullen w SW Crumlin Runners 30:54271 17 Fiona Boyle w W45 Crumlin Runners 30:58272 665 Marina BK Cassidy w W50 30:59273 34 Hayley Davison w SW Ray Couch 2 5k 31:00274 681 Tricia Blaney w W35 31:02275 28 Aisling Crawford w W35 Ray Couch 2 5k 31:07276 293 N Gardiner m JM 31:12277 568 Noreen Sharkey w W55 31:12278 292 William Gardiner m M40 31:14279 683 Claire Price w W35 31:28280 99 Danny Mc Fadden m M60 Crumlin Runners 31:29281 33 Celine Crossan w W40 Crumlin Runners 31:33282 111 Margaret Mc Namee w W45 Russells C 2 5K 31:42283 256 Sarah Doherty Mc Fadden w JW Crumlin Runners 31:46284 87 Nicola Mc Ateer w JW Ray Couch 2 5k 31:55285 159 Lorraine Tinney w W35 Russells C 2 5K 31:58286 675 Neil Hay m SM 32:20287 417 Ciara McElwaine w JW Fanad Gaels 32:35288 283 Mary O’ Donnell w W55 Milford AC 32:49289 117 Allison Moore w SW Russells C 2 5K 32:57290 84 Rebecca Mahon w SW Crumlin Runners 33:04291 2 Grace Barrett w SW Crumlin Runners 33:11292 191 Amol Jadlian m M35 33:11293 288 Fiona McConnell w SW 33:15294 289 Kathleen McCourt w W45 33:15295 64 Marie Gordon w W40 Crumlin Runners 33:16296 430 Luke Creighton m JM 33:32297 50 Kenny Friel m JM Crumlin Runners 33:38298 44 Nicole Duddy w JW Russells C 2 5K 33:41299 66 Aisling Hannigan w SW Russells C 2 5K 33:42300 136 Rosalynn Patton w SW Crumlin Runners 33:47301 674 Patrick Patton m M35 33:47302 160 Cate Toland w JW Russells C 2 5K 33:50303 640 Patricia Browne w W45 34:10304 135 Gerard Patterson m SM Crumlin Runners 34:18305 238 Katelyn Stevenson w JW Lifford AC 34:19306 93 Roisin Mc Cormack w W45 Ray Couch 2 5k 34:48307 185 Jaymie Sheridan w JW 34:49308 240 Angela Mc Hugh w W35 Lifford AC 34:49309 144 Joy Porter w W40 Russells C 2 5K 34:52310 90 Myah Mc Bride w SW Crumlin Runners 34:59311 114 John Mc Shane m SM Crumlin Runners 34:59312 220 John McAteer m 35:04313 648 Donna 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As a result, there were 10,000 tickets sold back to FIFA by disgruntled Germans but many tickets were still left unsold.You can check out England’s confirmed team for the game against Sweden by following this link.For live coverage of the Sweden v England quarter-final clash from Russia, head over to talkSPORT for live coverage from the 42,000-capacity Samara Arena.Listen to our live commentary of all the action through talkSPORT.com here. 2 There could be as little as 2,800 England fans in Samara this afternoon As a result, there could be at least 10,000 empty seats in the ground by the time the game kicks off.According to Kaveh Solekhol of Sky Sports News, 32,000 tickets have been sold for the 42,000-capacity stadium.Nearly 3,000 of those are England fans, with their European rivals slightly outnumbering them. England’s biggest match in almost thirty years is being played out in front of thousands of empty seats.After beating Colombia in the previous round, Three Lions fans faced the daunting task of travelling to the remote area of Samara. Could be up to 10,000 empty seats at England v Sweden today. 32,000 tickets sold so far for 42,000 capacity stadium. 2836 England fans, 3000 Sweden. Lots of Germans in Samara… could have been playing here today— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) July 7, 2018Theoretically, this game should have been the fixture Germany were expected to play in.The 2014 winners were backed to win their group and progress to at least this stage of the competition.However, Joachim Low’s side crashed out at the group stages after suffering an embarrassing 2-0 defeat to South Korea in their final game. 2 Germany star Thomas Muller was in tears after a defeat to already-out South Korea meant they went home as well
MONEY Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Fabian Delph will lead England out at Wembley Secondly, it’s questionable whether Delph would even start the game unless it were an inconsequential friendly against the USA.The Manchester City man has made just three Premier League appearances for his club this season, but nevertheless he will captain his country on Thursday night.Gareth Southgate said: “Fabian is captaining his country for the first time and it is brilliant reward for him. He is an outstanding player and outstanding person. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Fabian Delph is to captain England tomorrow. I’m lost for words.— John Stockbridge (@jstockbridge1) November 14, 2018 BEST OF I know it’s a charity game, but how on earth is Fabian Delph the England captain!? He can’t get anywhere near the first 11 for Man City. Why not choose someone who’s actually playing regular? https://t.co/B0YoX5NfrI— luke palmer (@luke_palmer15) November 14, 2018 2 ADVICE RANKED REVEALED @GarethSouthgate Fabian Delph as captain? Are you mad?!— Mark Luckhurst™ (@MLUCKHURST09) November 14, 2018 Fabian Delph’s first experience as England captain will undoubtedly be a strange one.First of all, there is the small matter of record-goalscorer Wayne Rooney coming on to take the armband from him at some point. Latest Football News Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Is tomorrow’s #ENGUSA game just for banter? Delph as captain and Rooney playing 🤔— Lewis Ainsworth (@Ainsy1985) November 14, 2018 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Nothing against Fabian Delph, quite like him as a player, but what a sad indictment of the English game when the England captain on Thursday can’t get a kick for his domestic side in the Premier League. #ThreeLions— Chris Brammer (@ChrisBramms) November 14, 2018 2 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Gareth Southgate has backed his skipper REVEALED huge blow Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Delph..england captain?..hold on has he even played this season??— Stretford Post (@StretfordPost) November 14, 2018 “He is a huge leader within our group and I have really enjoyed working with him. You don’t give the England captaincy to someone unless you really think they can carry it and he has those outstanding attributes.”England fans on Twitter, however, weren’t so thrilled.Here are the best tweets: Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Delph has made 2 starts and 1 sub appearance in the Premier League this season, totalling less than 170 minutes… @England captain! Absolute joke! 🐍 #England #Delph— Phil Roberts (@iamVilla) November 14, 2018 no dice
Uneaten fruitcakes, ill-fitting sweaters and the wrapping paper they come in may be gifts from the heart, but they end up in the same place – local landfills. Americans throw away 25 percent more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, according to trash service provider Waste Management. Nationally, that amounts to about a million extra tons per week. Much of the extra waste comes from gift wrap and packaging, said Eric Rose, director of communications for Waste Management. “A lot of it is plastics,” Rose said, adding at least one in 10 pounds of trash is plastic. There is also more food waste from large meal preparations, and waste from parties – decorations, plastic utensils and paper plates. Grace Chan, assistant head of the Solid Waste Department for the County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, said the districts’ landfills, including Whittier’s Puente Hills Landfill, don’t really see an overall increase in trash coming to landfills around Christmas, but that may be because residential waste accounts for only one-third of the total wastestream at that landfill. Also, non-retail commercial and construction activity may slow down between Christmas and New Year’s Day, offsetting the increase in waste from homes. The Puente Hills Landfill receives about 325,000 to 350,000 Christmas trees every year, most which get ground up and used as landfill cover. “Sometimes we get more green waste than can use, so we use all we can on site, and send the rest to the composting facility,” said Mark Giljum, who coordinate’s the landfill’s Christmas tree program. “We get plenty of green waste, so we’re not in desperate need for Christmas trees for ground cover,” he said. Hacienda Heights environmentalist Jeff Yann said he and his wife used to mulch or compost their Christmas trees through a county program, but now have a plastic tree which they reuse. For those who use live trees, Yann said it is best to mulch or compost your tree rather than throw the tree away because even when used as a cover, it still ends up going into the landfill. As far as gifts goes, he tries to buy products with less packaging, but that’s often an uphill battle. “I think it’s hard for people to make decisions (in buying gifts) even if they have a problem with the way things are packaged,” he said. “The manufacturers don’t have to take any responsibility for their packaging, so they overpack.” Yann said his wife puts presents in colorful gift bags that don’t have to be torn to open the gift, so they can be reused. Yann himself does not wrap gifts at all, he said, but not for environmental reasons. “That’s just laziness,” he said. firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2306 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBlues bury Kings early with four first-period goals 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!