Sharks dump Gor Mahia out of FKF Shield

first_imgIt compounded what looks like a doomed week for Gor, the Kenyan champions having been also dumped out of the CAF Confederations Cup after losing 2-1 away to Algeria’s USM Alger.Gor held on to survive a 0-0 result after 90 minutes with Sharks guilty of several missed chances.On penalties, Gor’s fairy tale seemed to be developing well when Fredrick Odhiambo saved from Omotto. Francis Mustafa scored for Gor with pascal Ogweno replying scoring Sharks’ second spot kick.Gor’s Ondiek however erased all that advantage skying his penalty over the bar. Sharks went on to score through Bolton Omwenga and Boniface Omondi sent Gad Mathews the wrong way to keep the scores tied at 2-2.Keeper Mathews the turned to face his opposite number and he made no mistake, with Gor failing to keep the tempo with Oluoch striking his effort against the crossbar.It was now left to Duke Abuya to finish off the job and the striker made no mistake, scoring to send Sharks to the semis.-Squad changesIn what has now turned out to be his signature this season, Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr made changes to his squad, sticking to the same group of players that have been playing in the Shield while his first team was rested after only returning from their CAF Confederations Cup sojourn late in the week.Fredrick Odhiambo retained his place in goal, Charles Momanyi started in defense while Ernest Wendo was also preferred in holding midfield, the rest of the team being changed.On the balance of chances created, Sharks should have at least been two up by half time. Kerr’s face turned red in anger at his team’s poor defensive display and no sooner had the half time whictle blown than he marched down to the dressing room for some half time hair dryer.Sharks had the first real chance after 12 minutes, Patillah Omotto’s looped ball from midfield landing on Harrison Mwenda’s path but the winger volleyed the effort wide with a clean path to goal ahead of him.On the other end two minutes later, keeper Gad Mathew made a decisive touch diving from his line to palm Francis Mustafa’s cross away right infront of Bernard Ondiek’s head as he prepared to glance it into the net.-More chancesNonetheless, Sharks continued dominating the chances and on the 20th minute, Mwenda was gifted with another chance when Duke Abuya’s cut back from the right found him at the edge of the box, but thw winger’s connection went over.Sharks thought they had broken the deadlock in the 27th minute when Eric Kapaito tapped the ball home from close range after George Abege’s knock down, but his goal was ruled out for offside.The visitors had two more chances towards the break, all going begging. Mwenda’s cross from the right destined for Abuya at the far post ended in disappointment as the striker failed to land a decisive touch with acres of space ahead of him.Two minutes to the break, Kapaito saw his header go off the bar after nodding the ball beyond Fredrick Odhiambo in goal from an Abuya chip.0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Kariobangi Sharks players celebrate their post-match penalties win over Gor Mahia in the Football Kenya Federation Shield Quarter finals on September 2, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluMACHAKOS, Kenya, Sep 2- Kariobangi Sharks progressed to their third successive Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Shield semi-final after beating Gor Mahia 4-2 on post match penalties at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Sunday evening.The game was forced into penalties after a barren stalemate in regulation time and on spot kicks, Bernard Ondiek and Joachim Oluoch missed with Sharks’ only miss from 12 yards being midfielder Patillah Omotto.last_img read more

‘Wigan are protected’ – Chairman reveals termination clause in Mackay contract

first_imgWigan chairman Dave Whelan has revealed the club have the right to terminate Malky Mackay’s contract if the newly appointed manager is found guilty by the FA’s investigation into last season’s text scandal.The Scot was named as the successor to Uwe Rosler on Wednesday afternoon, just three months after he had admitted sending text messages during his time as Cardiff boss which he deemed were “disrespectful of other cultures”.His appointment was quickly questioned in a statement from anti-discrimination body Kick It Out, while Wigan captain Gary Caldwell gave the boss his backing in an exclusive interview with talkSPORT.The FA is continuing to investigate the details of those messages and may speed up their findings now Mackay is back in employment.And, while insisting he is confident there will be no further sanctions and that he has every right to offer the new boss a route back into football, Whelan said the club have taken steps to safeguard themselves should the FA throw the book at the 43-year-old.“I’ve read and listened to what Malky did and he’s been totally up front and honest,” said the Latics chief.“What he did and what he said I can’t see it [the investigation] really going too far. He’s been up front, he’s said he’s done that and ‘I’m very sorry’.“I don’t think there’s anything really to investigate but, that is in the contract, we have protected the football club and Malky has been absolutely 100 per cent open about it all.“We have spoken to the FA, there’s nothing happened, I don’t think there’s anything in the pipeline.“He admits what he did and he’s apologised for what he said. I accept that fully and totally. I just want to get on with the great game of playing football.”For his own part, Mackay did his best to clear the dark clouds which continue to hang over his head.“I made mistakes,” he said“I’m absolutely not racist. I have taken on an educational programme in terms of diversity and that will be ongoing.“I will continue to learn and educate myself going forward.” 1 Wigan chairman Dave Whelan last_img read more

Manchester City eye record against Swansea

first_img0Shares0000Manchester City’s defensive wall (from L) Fabian Delph, Eliaquim Mangala, Kyle Walker and Kevin De Bruyne jump to block a free-kick during their English Premier League match against Man United, at Old Trafford in Manchester, on December 10, 2017 © AFP/File / Oli SCARFFMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Dec 12 – Manchester City look unstoppable in their relentless surge towards the Premier League title, and only have lowly Swansea standing in the way of Pep Guardiola’s men setting a new record of consecutive wins on Wednesday.City are 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League and the managers of Manchester United and Chelsea both effectively conceded defeat in the title race at the weekend. Their victory against Jose Mourinho’s United on Sunday was their 14th straight win in the Premier League — a single season record that also equalled the best-ever run Arsenal established over two seasons in 2002.Yet despite their frightening form, City defender Kyle Walker is urging caution.“We have to keep our feet on the floor and keep working hard, preparing physically and mentally,” he said.“We have another important one on Wednesday against Swansea. We have to keep getting three points.”Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony (R) passes the ball during their English Premier League match against Chelsea, at Stamford Bridge in London, on November 29, 2017 © AFP/File / Adrian DENNISGuardiola has declared repeatedly that his team will lose a league match at some point this season but few people would expect that to happen at second-from-bottom Swansea.David Silva is in dazzling form, with goals in each of his past two appearances and a man-of-the-match display on Sunday but the Premier League’s leading scorers have an array of talent supporting him.However there could be consequences on and off the field following derby victory. Captain Vincent Kompany was substituted after an hour with what appeared to be the latest in a sequence of muscle injuries.With John Stones out until early January with a hamstring injury, it means Guardiola has just two fit senior centre-backs — Nicolas Otamendi and Eliaquim Mangala.And the Football Association has demanded answers from both United and City following reports of an ugly fracas in the Old Trafford tunnel after the match that reportedly left City assistant coach Mikel Arteta bloodied.Guardiola must decide whether to recall striker Sergio Aguero, who was an unused substitute on Sunday, after Gabriel Jesus played in a front three against United alongside Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane.Swansea striker Wilfried Bony may feel he has a point to prove against his former club.Bony had a disappointing year-and-a-half in a City shirt, scoring just 10 goals in 46 appearances after joining them from Swansea in January 2015.An uninspiring season on loan at Stoke failed to rebuild his reputation and the Ivory Coast forward is now back at the Liberty Stadium for a second spell.After failing to score in his first eight games back at Swansea, Bony has now found the net in each of his past two. He struck on Saturday as they beat West Brom 1-0, climbing off the bottom of the Premier League and easing some of the pressure on manager Paul Clement.“We have to go into our next game with no fear,” said winger Nathan Dyer.“Manchester City are doing very well so we will have to ensure we are concentrating for the full game and then take the chances we create.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Boost for Stoke! Star man Bojan set for Premier League return

first_img Stoke City star Bojan 1 Stoke’s Spanish maestro Bojan Krkic is set to return to Premier League action.The playmaker, who arrived at the Britannia Stadium from Barcelona last summer, hasn’t played since suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury in January.But he completed his long-awaited return by playing 85 minutes against Luton in the League Cup on Tuesday and manager Mark Hughes is confident he can get back to his best following his positive performance in a penalty shoot-out win over the Hatters.“He played a decent amount of time tonight and he is only going to get better,” said the Potters boss, who side drew 3-3 with the League Two side after 120 minutes.“We saw a lot of his quality, he started to tire toward the end but that was probably expected.“He was always looking to go forward and find those key passes, so we were pleased with him and he will come on a bundle after that.”last_img read more

Man United team to play PSV – no Rooney, but this line up is very exciting

first_img 1. David De Gea (goalkeeper) – take a look at the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above! And let us know what you think of our predicted Man United team by leaving a comment below 28. Morgan Schneiderlin (midfield) 23. Luke Shaw (left back) 11 11 17. Daley Blind (central defence) 11 11 9. Anthony Martial (striker) 11 16. Michael Carrick (midfield) 11 11 11 7. Memphis Depay (left sided attacker) 11 21. Ander Herrera (central attacker) 11 PSV v Man United is live on talkSPORT at 7.45pm on Tuesday 15 September.Man United are back in the Champions League.The club face the Dutch champions in Group B in Eindhoven, having missed from the competition last season following a poor 2013/14 Premier League campaign, but must do it without captain Wayne Rooney.WAYNE ROONEY WILL MISS THE TRIP TO PSVWill this mean a first start for Anthony Martial? The 19-year-old forward made his debut at the weekend against Liverpool and scored United’s third goal in their 3-1 win.Do you agree with this predicted line-up? 11 12. Chris Smalling (central defence) 8. Juan Mata (right sided attacker) 36. Matteo Darmian (right back)last_img read more

Officers’ names to stay secret

first_imgThe Los Angeles Police Commission voted Tuesday to confirm its closed-door decision to withhold the names of officers who use serious force against the public, drawing the condemnation of civil libertarians. With little discussion, the panel unanimously underscored a directive approved in December after the police union threatened to sue to keep officers’ names secret. Civil libertarians, lawyers and the media have used the reports, with their context and thorough accounts of incidents, to track misconduct and hold the LAPD accountable. Commission President John Mack denied that the decision was at odds with a pledge to be more open and accountable, saying the public is better served by the anonymous case summaries the panel has begun posting online. “We’re adding information,” he said. “We feel equally strongly about protecting and respecting the due-process rights of police officers.” “We still are of the opinion that the entire chief’s report is confidential and should not be released,” he said. State law gives much deference to peace officers when it comes to their personnel information, but there are three cases before the state Supreme Court that could set important precedents, said Terry Francke of the open government group Californians Aware. The high court is considering a San Diego case regarding the release of officer information in the disciplinary process; an Oakland case about the release of officers’ names and salaries; and a statewide case on whether third parties such as the state Peace Officer Standards and Training agency can release information. Meanwhile, California has a patchwork of policies that vary from city to city. “I don’t think there’s a practice that most departments follow. It’s an individual decision by each agency how they handle it,” said Steve Krull, president of the California Police Chiefs Association. “There are some things that are governed by state law, but this isn’t one of them.” Dan Laidman, (213) 978-0390 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card But Catherine Lhamon, racial-justice director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, called the change “a serious step backwards” and cast doubt on the city’s legal rationale. “The public needs to be able to have confidence in their police department, and sunlight on the activities of the police is an important component of that,” she said. “The decision to withhold the name of an officer who wears his name on his badge is preposterous.” Neither the commissioners nor the City Attorney’s Office would elaborate on the legal reasons behind the change. Like most other law enforcement agencies, the Los Angeles Police Department will continue to release officers’ names in the immediate aftermath of shootings. The change relates to the reports the chief prepares for the commission at the conclusion of use-of-force investigations. The Police Protective League plans to keep pressing the panel to withhold the entire chief’s report because it is based on officers’ compelled statements and includes analysis of their actions, said Hank Hernandez, general counsel for the union. last_img read more

Frank de Boer plans to look Crystal Palace’s ‘own kitchen’ before splashing cash

first_img1 New manager Frank de Boer will take a good look in Crystal Palace’s “own kitchen” before deciding where to further strengthen the squad.Chelsea’s 21-year-old midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek was confirmed on Wednesday as the first arrival following the Dutchman’s appointment.Defender Jairo Riedewald is expected to soon head to Selhurst Park in a £7.5million transfer from De Boer’s former club Ajax.Holland goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen is another reported target, said to be on a loan deal from Barcelona where he has not been able to oust number one Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.De Boer has been running the rule over the Palace squad at a training camp at St George’s Park before stepping up preparations for the pre-season campaign, which kicks off at Maidstone United on Saturday and will include several players from the under-23s squad.The Dutchman, a graduate of the Ajax academy, is determined to bring some of the Eagles’ own talent through before splashing out on fresh resources.“If you want to buy other players, first you have to look in your own kitchen and we have some talented players,” De Boer said on the official Crystal Palace website.The Dutch coach, who took over following Sam Allardyce’s sudden departure earlier in the summer, added: “People (at Palace) are very nice, very helpful and really want to make something good out of it.“Also the players, they are giving 100 per cent in every training (session), it is good to work, so I have nothing to complain about right now.“It is more about getting the (fitness) load into their body, then next week we will go to more shorter games and the intensity getting higher and higher.“That is our build-up and in between we are hopefully going to modify our system better and better.”Loftus-Cheek will be part of a 25-man squad which heads out to Hong Kong next week to take part in the Premier League Asia Trophy, a tournament which also includes Liverpool, Leicester and West Brom. Frank de Boer last_img read more


first_imgSome of those who took part in the Raphoe 5k today. All pics by kind permission of Joe Boland of Northwest Newspix.More than 300 runners took part in today’s Raphoe 5K which was part of the Lifford/Strabane AC Spring Series.Finn Valley athlete Mark Hoy was the winner but the terrific turn-out had organisers delighted once again.Below is a list of almost all of those who took part and their finishing times. Well done everyone!Place Name Team Bib No Chip Time Gun Time Gender 1 Hoy Mark Finn Valley AC 891 15:52 15:53 M 2 Cox Martin Derry Track Club 100 15:54 15:55 M 3 McGinty Emmett City of Derry Spartans AC 837 15:56 15:57 M 4 Collins Ciaran Carmen Runners 44 16:13 16:14 M 5 Roberts Colin City of Derry Spartans AC 842 16:45 16:46 M 6 Murphy Michael City of Derry Spartans AC 835 16:53 16:54 M 7 McLaughlin Cathal Derry Track Club 850 17:11 17:12 M 8 McFadden James Finn Valley AC 854 17:21 17:21 M 9 McFadden John 855 17:22 17:22 M 10 McDevitt Conor Foyle Valley AC 880 17:24 17:26 M 11 Kelly Paul Lifford Strabane AC 863 17:28 17:29 M 12 Adams Natasha Letterkenny AC 760 17:29 17:30 F 13 Coyle Paul Lifford Strabane AC 156 17:34 17:36 M 14 Murphy Terry Foyle Valley AC 885 17:48 17:50 M 15 Kennedy Emmet Foyle Valley AC 849 17:53 17:54 M 16 McNamee Bryan Finn Valley AC 768 17:59 17:59 M 17 Ferry Brian Letterkenny AC 749 18:04 18:05 M 18 McCullagh Garreth Lifford Strabane AC 735 18:10 18:12 M 19 Devenney Martin Individual 140 18:15 18:16 M 20 Bradley Frankie Foyle Valley AC 729 18:15 18:17 M 21 Doherty Clint Finn Valley AC 714 18:16 18:18 M 22 Quinn Damian Omagh Harriers AC 32 18:18 18:19 M 23 Duncan Bill Lifford Strabane AC 233 18:20 18:21 M 24 Dillon Paul Individual 712 18:24 18:25 M 25 Dunleavy Martin Foyle Valley AC 201 18:24 18:26 M 26 Kelly Eddie Lifford Strabane AC 418 18:26 18:28 M 27 O’Brien John Tir Chonaill AC 843 18:25 18:28 M 28 Melaugh Kenny Healthy Bon Fitness 382 18:27 18:29 M 29 Diver Mark Letterkenny AC 343 18:36 18:37 M 30 Connolly Kevin Derry Track Club 134 18:38 18:39 M 31 Millar Christopher Derry Track Club 196 18:42 18:45 M 32 Bigger Robert Derry Track Club 851 18:48 18:50 M 33 Somerville Derek Omagh Harriers AC 700 18:50 18:52 M 34 McGill Declan Foyle Valley AC 876 18:58 19:00 M 35 McFadden Gary Foyle Valley AC 884 19:03 19:04 M 36 Cole Aron Foyle Valley AC 883 19:12 19:14 M 37 McFadden Paul Individual 135 19:13 19:14 M 38 Mahon Patrick City of Derry Spartans AC 868 19:19 19:20 M 39 Gallagher Gary Lifford Strabane AC 890 19:20 19:22 M 40 Crossan Shaun Kickboxing LK 424 19:19 19:22 M 41 Kelly Stephen Owen Roes GFC 273 19:20 19:22 M 42 Devine Gerard Owen Roes GFC 272 19:20 19:23 M 43 Doherty Karol Inishowen AC 378 19:25 19:25 M 44 Cole Sam City of Derry Spartans AC 882 19:29 19:29 M 45 Carlin Dominic Lifford Strabane AC 204 19:46 19:48 M 46 Duncan Michael Lifford Strabane AC 20 19:48 19:50 M 47 Mackey Barry Letterkenny AC 181 19:50 19:51 M 48 Boggs Brendan Individual 262 19:54 20:00 M 49 Coyle John Lifford Strabane AC 706 19:54 20:03 M 50 Mullen Thomas Lifford Strabane AC 435 20:04 20:08 M 51 Neely Gary Swanlings 427 20:08 20:10 M 52 Duncan Richie Castlefinn Running Club 716 20:08 20:12 M 53 Hoynes Raymond Lifford Strabane AC 364 20:12 20:14 M 54 McDaid Amy Derry Track Club 101 20:12 20:16 F 55 Barrett Oliver Lifford Strabane AC 898 20:13 20:19 M 56 Moore Conor Omagh Harriers AC 841 20:29 20:29 M 57 Montague Brendan Omagh Harriers AC 22 20:37 20:37 M 58 Tourish Paddy Lifford Strabane AC 887 20:37 20:39 M 59 McCarron Garrett Lifford Strabane AC 384 20:39 20:44 M 60 O’Leary Mark 789 20:41 20:45 M 61 Doherty Daniel Inishowen AC 725 20:41 20:45 M 62 Boyle Gavin Individual 330 20:44 20:47 M 63 Burns Stephen Lifford Strabane AC 710 20:49 20:52 M 64 Murphy Damian Raphoe Road Runners 862 20:53 20:55 M 65 Mullen Leoni Lifford Strabane AC 703 20:53 20:56 F 66 Nallen Seamus 24/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club 881 20:53 20:56 M 67 Parkinson Donnchadh 780 20:56 20:57 M 68 Craig Wilson Lifford Strabane AC 437 20:59 21:01 M 69 McConnell Gerard Swanlings 430 21:01 21:03 M 70 Duddy Paul Melvin WJR 104 20:58 21:04 M 71 McGinley Pauric Letterkenny Cycling Club 897 21:03 21:05 M 72 McNulty Joe Lifford Strabane AC 161 21:00 21:06 M 73 Ferna Paul Individual 36 21:00 21:10 M 74 Collins Bobby Project Africa 853 21:07 21:11 M 75 Shiels Stephen Letterkenny AC 413 21:10 21:13 M 76 Mullan Annalisa Foyle Valley AC 860 21:11 21:13 F 77 Tinney Liam 24/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club 702 21:12 21:16 M 78 Maguire Liam Lifford Strabane AC 74 21:14 21:18 M 79 McNamee Paul Lifford Strabane AC 21 21:14 21:18 M 80 Moore Damien Lifford Strabane AC 417 21:14 21:19 M 81 Craig John Lifford Strabane AC 440 21:12 21:20 M 82 McElwaine John Lifford Strabane AC 415 21:14 21:21 M 83 Dunbar Gary Lifford Strabane AC 103 21:25 21:30 M 84 Kelly Ita Lifford Strabane AC 34 21:27 21:30 F 85 Cleary Liam Lifford Strabane AC 237 21:25 21:31 M 86 McIlveen Conor Derry Track Club 892 21:28 21:33 M 87 Hunter Angus Individual 183 21:32 21:33 M 88 Russell David Individual 730 21:27 21:34 M 89 Gallen Dessie KCR 175 21:31 21:35 M 90 magLionsigh Pádraig Lifford Strabane AC 211 21:30 21:35 M 91 Haigney Deirdre Individual 277 21:34 21:38 F 92 Stewart Sane Individual 784 21:35 21:40 M 93 Cuskelly Christopher Lifford Strabane AC 78 21:39 21:41 M 94 Shiels Margaret Letterkenny AC 411 21:39 21:42 F 95 Bangert Ton Lifford Strabane AC 387 21:41 21:43 M 96 Duffy James Individual 705 21:38 21:44 M 97 Elves Henrietta Inishowen AC 313 21:41 21:45 F 98 Marsh Adrian Individual 383 21:43 21:45 M 99 Ashmore Chris Run For Fun Letterkenny 358 21:40 21:49 M 100 McLaughlin Patricia Inishowen AC 94 22.46 22.52 F 101 Campbell Patricia Omagh Harriers AC 839 22.50 22.53 F 102 Devlin Shane 773 22.42 22.53 M 103 O’Donnell Shaun Swanlings 783 22.51 22.54 M 104 Molloy John Individual 35 22.54 22.56 M 105 Lafferty Stephen Urney St Columbas 405 22.52 23.00 M 106 Muldoon John 763 22.49 23.01 M 107 Doherty Tommy Drumoghill Running Club 167 22.58 23.02 M 108 Galbraith Gordon 737 23.05 23.07 M 109 Boyle Eugene Castlefinn Running Club 713 23.04 23.08 M 110 Timoney Jacqui Lifford Strabane AC 89 23.07 23.10 F 111 McElroy Maria Melvin WJR 745 23.06 23.11 F 112 Russell Ivor Knockmany Runners 899 23.10 23.16 M 113 Boal Ricky Individual 416 23.14 23.17 M 114 Monaghan Amanda Lifford Strabane AC 856 23.20 23.25 F 115 McGrath Aidan Lifford Strabane AC 326 23.23 23.28 M 116 Doherty Paddy Individual 888 23.23 23.29 M 117 Coyle Ursula Lifford Strabane AC 300 23.26 23.32 F 118 Houston Carl Castlefinn Running Club 717 23.28 23.33 M 119 McAleer Declan Lifford Strabane AC 258 23.27 23.34 M 120 McKittrick Joyce Lifford Strabane AC 875 23.30 23.35 F 121 Crossan Lorny 736 23.38 23.39 M 122 Woods Paul Individual 394 23.19 23.42 M 123 Sproule Jonathan Individual 342 23.36 23.43 M 124 Reid Darren Lifford Strabane AC 833 23.40 23.46 M 125 Conroy Deborah Lifford Strabane AC 299 23.49 23.49 F 126 McNamee Mark Individual 704 23.43 23.50 M 127 McCallion Gregory Translink 792 23.42 23.52 M 128 McCrossan Harriet Lifford Strabane AC 414 23.49 23.52 F 129 Houston Paul Individual 708 23.46 23.53 M 130 Friel John Lifford Strabane AC 197 23.51 23.59 M 131 Meehan Rajesh Raphoe Road Runners 756 23.57 24.00 M 132 Gleeson Eoghan Run For Fun Letterkenny 718 23.51 24.00 M 133 McCullagh Declan Individual 701 23.55 24.02 M 134 Moore Noel Swanlings 724 24.04 24.06 M 135 McDermott Darren Melvin WJR 748 23.53 24.07 M 136 McGeehan Evelyn Finn Valley Fit for Life 396 24.04 24.08 F 137 McGoldrick Elaine Castlefinn Running Club 758 24.02 24.09 F 138 McConnell Eamon Castlefinn Running Club 788 24.02 24.09 M 139 Malone Catherine Individual 344 24.11 24.18 F 140 McAnenny Chris 747 24.04 24.19 M 141 McCauley Ciaran Lifford Strabane AC 171 24.13 24.22 M 142 Cooke Paul Urney St Columbas 406 24.15 24.23 M 143 Donaghey Mark Lifford Strabane AC 99 24.20 24.24 M 144 Doherty Ruth Inishowen AC 728 24.20 24.26 F 145 Duffy Declan Melvin WJR 431 24.18 24.27 M 146 Doherty William Omagh Harriers AC 428 24.19 24.28 M 147 O’Brien Paul Lifford Strabane AC 48 24.26 24.29 M 148 Blake Kevin 886 24.31 24.34 M 149 Porter Gerard Melvin WJR 429 24.30 24.39 M 150 Friel Michael Individual 746 24.36 24.41 M 151 Bates Emma Convoy AC 721 24.36 24.42 F 152 Parke Lynn 740 24.38 24.44 F 153 McGinley Roisin Lifford Strabane AC 859 24.40 24.45 F 154 Harley Tracy Inishowen AC 315 24.40 24.46 F 155 Sweeney Melanie Castlefinn Running Club 757 24.42 24.49 F 156 Kelly Martin Individual 366 24.30 24.52 M 157 Black Laura 24/7 Letterkenny Triathlon Club 795 24.51 24.57 F 158 Faulkner Sam Run For Fun Letterkenny 71 24.49 24.59 M 159 Doherty Brian Swanlings 365 25.01 25.03 M 160 Elder Steven Individual 113 24.58 25.05 M 162 Heaney Amanda Melvin WJR 734 25.07 25.10 F 161 Gallen Joe Lifford Strabane AC 117 25.07 25.15 M 163 Macbeth Linda Raphoe Road Runners 739 25.07 25.16 F 164 Bangert Marjan Lifford Strabane AC 386 25.13 25.16 F 165 McGrath Aaron Lifford Strabane AC 220 25.14 25.18 M 166 Cox Trevor Individual 46 25.09 25.19 M 167 McCurdy Mark Individual 401 25.09 25.20 M 168 Meehan Edmund Raphoe Road Runners 900 25.21 25.23 M 169 Martin Mary Finn Valley Fit for Life 397 25.19 25.24 F 170 O’Hagan Breda Run For Fun Letterkenny 347 25.11 25.24 F 171 McCullagh Shaun 733 25.18 25.25 M 172 O’Flanagan Daire Raphoe Road Runners 894 25.21 25.27 M 173 Mullen Harvey Lifford Strabane AC 434 25.28 25.28 M 174 Breslin Eddie Lifford Strabane AC 259 25.22 25.30 M 175 Bonnar Clement Individual 422 25.26 25.30 M 176 Diver Joe 774 25.30 25.33 M 177 Monaghan Damian Lifford Strabane AC 385 25.27 25.37 M 178 McGranaghan Conor 738 25.33 25.39 M 179 Molloy Clare Individual 711 25.35 25.40 F 180 Doherty Bridgeen Run For Fun Letterkenny 878 25.32 25.40 F 181 Corcoran Jonny Individual 419 25.32 25.43 M 182 McDaid Linda Inishowen AC 163 25:40 25:53 F 183 Wauchope John Melvin WJR 893 25:37 25:57 M 184 McGowan Raymond Individual 762 25:48 25:59 M 185 Ferry Hayleigh Individual 793 25:58 26:05 F 186 Duffy Kate Lifford Strabane AC 380 25:57 26:07 F 187 Burns Danny Lifford Strabane AC 870 25:59 26:08 M 188 McCallion Declan Lifford Strabane AC 861 26:04 26:14 M 189 McGavigan Andrea Lifford Strabane AC 294 26:09 26:18 F 190 Cuskelly Olivia Lifford Strabane AC 66 26:10 26:19 F 191 Quigley Catherine Lifford Strabane AC 381 26:16 26:26 F 192 Bryson Helena Lifford Strabane AC 327 26:13 26:26 F 193 Harper Mary Convoy AC 10 26:18 26:32 F 194 Connaughton Sean KCR 433 26:26 26:33 M 195 Gibson Marie Run For Fun Letterkenny 281 26:26 26:34 F 196 Crawford Paul Lifford Strabane AC 107 26:21 26:35 M 197 Cuskelly Alisha Lifford Strabane AC 59 26:38 26:42 F 198 Doran Angela Individual 420 26:39 26:45 F 199 Cullen Paul 751 26:30 26:47 M 200 Meehan David Lifford Strabane AC 283 26:47 26:57 M 201 McGowan Brendan 772 26:49 27:00 M 202 Green Ellie Lifford Strabane AC 18 26:55 27:01 F 203 McAuliffe Sean Speer Performance 874 26:56 27:01 M 204 Walsh Jason Lifford Strabane AC 367 26:50 27:02 M 205 Gibson Sarah Lifford Strabane AC 149 26:57 27:03 F 206 Jansen Paula Finn Valley Fit for Life 741 26:58 27:04 F 207 Temple Martin 796 26:59 27:09 M 208 Kee Nicola KCR 719 27:05 27:10 F 209 Green Rhonda Lifford Strabane AC 17 27:08 27:18 F 210 Craig Kathleen Lifford Strabane AC 438 27:13 27:19 F 211 Corcoran Jonny Individual 766 27:19 27:30 M 212 Doherty Pius Lifford Strabane AC 108 27:17 27:32 M 213 Wilson Frances KCR 720 27:28 27:33 F 214 Mackey Peter 869 27:30 27:34 M 215 Ward Gerry Individual 376 27:20 27:38 M 216 Lowry Brian Men On the Move 56 27:32 27:43 M 217 Parkinson Rosemary Convoy AC 345 27:29 27:43 F 218 Bonnar Mary Individual 421 27:43 27:47 F 219 Clarke Clement Lifford Strabane AC 150 27:40 27:49 M 220 Curran Elizabeth Individual 393 27:29 27:50 F 221 Kelly John Men On the Move 388 27:43 27:53 M 222 Gallagher James Men On the Move 412 27:50 28:00 M 223 Donaghy Michelle Inishowen AC 166 27:57 28:09 F 224 Donnell Anne Lifford Strabane AC 392 28:02 28:11 F 225 McDonald Anna 776 28:03 28:18 F 226 McDonald Amy 777 28:03 28:19 F 227 Hunter Sarah Drumoghill Running Club 782 28:09 28:20 F 228 Fisher Majella Run For Fun Letterkenny 742 28:07 28:21 F 229 McCurdy Caroline Lifford Strabane AC 226 28:12 28:21 F 230 O’Donnell Grace Convoy AC 744 28:11 28:25 F 231 Slevin Enda Raphoe Road Runners 395 28:20 28:37 M 232 Jamieson Alistair Individual 390 28:35 28:45 M 233 Gallagher Oliver Men On the Move 53 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Martin Lifford Strabane AC 726 31:38 31:49 M 273 McCurdy Maddy Lifford Strabane AC 404 31:43 31:56 F 274 O’Flanagan Aine Raphoe Road Runners 895 31:49 32:05 F 275 O’Flanagan Ciara Raphoe Road Runners 896 31:51 32:06 F 276 Duffy Emma Individual 423 31:55 32:08 F 277 Boggs Rosemary Lifford Strabane AC 261 31:58 32:12 F 278 Brolly Christine Raphoe Road Runners 770 32:05 32:20 F 279 McNamee Margaret Russells Couch to 5K 750 32:19 32:27 F 280 Callaghan Martina Inishowen AC 866 32:16 32:28 F 281 Connolly Angela Raphoe Road Runners 341 32:16 32:32 F 282 Carlin Karen Lifford Strabane AC 872 32:23 32:37 F 283 Kerlin Lisa Lifford Strabane AC 371 32:34 32:47 F 284 Clawson Deborah Drumoghill Running Club 781 32:53 33:08 F 285 Gibson Patrick Lifford Strabane AC 143 33:21 33:38 M 286 O’Neill James Individual 786 34:20 34:36 M 287 O’Neill Catriona Individual 785 34:18 34:37 F 288 Kelly Shauna Raphoe Road Runners 759 35:17 35:32 F 289 Connolly Rosemary Aghyaran Athletic 753 35:23 35:34 F 290 Temple Ashleen Convoy AC 797 37:50 38:01 F 291 McGrath Lauren Lifford Strabane AC 709 38:29 38:45 F 292 Sweeney Patrick Lifford Strabane AC 408 41:07 41:21 M 293 Sweeney Maura Lifford Strabane AC 410 41:29 41:43 F 294 Sweeney Neil Individual 409 41:27 41:46 M 295 Espey Denise 800 42:17 42:17 F 296 Costello Marie Individual 802 42:28 42:36 F 297 Kerrigan Iris Individual 798 42:28 42:37 F 298 Meehan Mary Individual 425 42:30 42:43 F 299 Meehan Neil Individual 426 42:31 42:44 M 300 McHugh Joan Lifford Strabane AC 432 42:52 43:12 F 301 McGinley Eugene Raphoe Road Runners 790 43:06 43:24 M  The one and only Iggy Houston does the jobs that others don’t jump(er!) at! MORE THAN 300 TAKE PART IN RAPHOE 5K – ALL RESULTS AND PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: January 17th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegalRaphoe 5klast_img read more

‘Don’t blame Gareth Southgate’s tactics – Harry Kane should have scored’

first_imgSam Allardyce has defended England manager Gareth Southgate and says the Three Lions’ finishing from open play let them down throughout the World Cup.Dreams of reaching a first World Cup final since 1966 were shattered on Wednesday, as England fell to a 2-1 extra-time defeat to Croatia in a nerve-shredding semi-final.England took an early 1-0 lead through Kieran Trippier’s free-kick but were left ruing a series of missed chances in a dominant first-half, as Croatia took control after the break.They piled pressure on the Three Lions and Ivan Perisic’s 68th minute goal took the game to extra-time, before Mario Mandzukic netted with just ten minutes left to seal their place in the final.Southgate has become a cult hero back in Blighty during England’s run in Russia, but a number of fans criticised the boss for his late substitutions and tactics – which were also slated by Croatian players after the game. England manager Gareth Southgate after Wednesday’s defeat to Croatia Allardyce says the England captain should have squad the ball to Sterling for a tap-in But Allardyce insists the Three Lions boss couldn’t have done much more.Instead he said a key moment in the first-half, where captain Harry Kane hit the post with the goal at his mercy, was a great example of where it went wrong for England in Russia.Speaking on Thursday’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast, Allardyce said: “What went against us was that the quality of our own finishing in open play – it let us down.“Had we gone in 2-0 up, I don’t think there was any chance Croatia would have recovered from that.“Particularly the double miss from Harry – as a striker, you’re employed not to miss those chances when they come along.“I don’t want to be unkind to Harry Kane, because he’s an absolutely brilliant striker, but Raheem Sterling was in a much better position and that little ball across the box and a little tap in would have made it more certain. 3 3 3 “But those margins were so small, I wouldn’t put it down to wrong tactics by Gareth or Gareth not being reactive quick enough.“He might well think that himself, because we all do that as managers.“We all come off the field when we’ve lost and think, ‘what did we contribute to try and help the team to win, did we make it worse or could we have done better?’“We all go through that process as managers.“But I couldn’t see much in terms of the tactics that we could have done better.”Listen back to Sam Allardyce on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast IN FULL above Kane hit the post with this effort from a tight angle against Croatia last_img read more

Watch Jose Mourinho’s top ten funniest press conference moments

first_img Latest Manchester United News Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder Mourinho has always been ‘Box Office’ during his pressers 1 silverware IN DEMAND Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures smart causal Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Jose Mourinho demanded the press show him more “respect” following Manchester United’s 3-0 defeat at home to Tottenham on Monday night.The Red Devils boss cut short his tense post-match presser and walked out after declaring that he has won more Premier League titles than the other 19 managers in the division put together. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED possible standings RANKED Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won gameday cracker REVEALED Since the back end of his time at Chelsea and his arrival at Manchester United, Mourinho’s relationship with the press has turned more sour than it once was.Back when he first started at Stamford Bridge, the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ used to relish the opportunity to address the media and enjoyed many hilarious exchanges with journalists.Take a look at the video below to reflect on the top ten funny moments from Jose Mourinho’s past press conferences.And also check this more recent clip out in which he was interrupted by a phone call from talkSPORT! Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January boost deals last_img read more