5. McNeese 53 The Bearkat men finished with a total point tally of 128 for their third overall title while the women’s total of 123 earned them their sixth team championship. Natashia Jackson of Northwestern State was the Women’s High Point Scorer with 22.3 points. The sophomore earned 10 points for her 400m dash win, eight points for third in the 200m dash, three points for sixth in the 60m dash and 2.5 as part of the winning Lady Demon 4x400m relay. 8. Southeastern Louisiana 41 Men’s Weight Throw Sam Houston State Joshua Hernandez So. 64-04.50/19.62m 8. McNeese 38.5 Adams owns three individual gold medals from this year’s championships after winning the long jump and high jump yesterday. Men’s Triple Jump Lamar Brian O’Bonna Sr. 49-11.75/15.23m Men’s 3,000m Lamar Jamie Crowe Jr. 8:14.51 Women’s Pole Vault Stephen F. Austin Kaylee Bizzell So. 13-02.25/4.02m On day two, junior Thai Williams of Lamar took down the women’s 60m dash record that had stood since 2001. Williams clocked in at 7.37 to comfortably take gold in the final and earn 10 points for the Cardinals. She now ranks third all time in overall Southland history.Ashley Davis of Southeastern Louisiana heaved a gold medal shot put mark of 16.61m, breaking the 11-year old record of 6.06m. In the women’s 800m, Sam Houston State’s Camry Grigsby broke her own meet record which she had set in 2016 (2:09.68), finishing with a time of 2:09.30 today for first place. She now holds the No. 4 and 5 spots in the Southland all-time top five. Day Two Champions Women’s 200m Northwestern State De’Shalyn Jones Sr. 24.02 2. Northwestern State 95 9. Southeastern Louisiana 38 Men’s Final Team Standings In total, five meet records were broken through the two-day event.First to fall was the 5,000m record held by Lamar’s Jannika John since 2015. Rabea Schöneborn of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi emphatically made her mark by nearly 10 seconds, winning gold with a time of 16:26.46. That time ranks fourth overall in conference history. 1. Sam Houston State 128 Women’s 400m Northwestern State Natashia Jackson So. 54.78 Men’s 60m Hurdles Sam Houston State Fabian McCall So. 7.90 Last to fall was the men’s 200m record of 21.17 set in 2014. Chris Jefferson of Sam Houston State finished with a blistering gold medal time of 21.07, which ranks him second all-time in league history. 3. Stephen F. Austin 84.5 12. Nicholls 6 4. Abilene Christian 70.5 Pl. School Points Men’s 400m Southeastern Louisiana Maverick Bowleg Sr. 47.71 Men’s 800m Central Arkansas Alex Hanson So. 1:50.87 11. Houston Baptist 20 Women’s Mile Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Allyson Girard Jr. 4:53.65 Women’s Shot Put Southeastern Louisiana Ashley Davis So. 54-06.00/16.61m Women’s 4x400m Northwestern State — — 3:43.89 In the dominant fashion which has become the norm in this event, Tyler Adams of Sam Houston State comfortably won the men’s heptathlon for the fourth consecutive year with a point total of 5,544. The senior Bearkat’s point total is the third-highest in overall conference history. Hunter Key of Stephen F. Austin took silver with 5,238 points while Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s James Manders earned bronze (4,964). Women’s 3,000m Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Rabea Schöneborn Sr. 9:37.62 2. Stephen F. Austin 103 Women’s 800m Sam Houston State Camry Grigsby Sr. 2:09.30 7. UIW 45.5 Event School Name Cl. Distance/Time/Points 3. Northwestern State 80 Men’s 200m Sam Houston State Chris Jefferson Jr. 21.07 5. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 69 Women’s High Jump Central Arkansas Hannah Noble Jr. 5-07.75/1.72m Women’s 60m Lamar Thai Williams So. 7.37 Men’s 60m Sam Houston State Chris Jefferson Jr. 6.72 Stephen F. Austin men took the runner-up team finish with 103 while the Lady Demons of Northwestern State registered their highest indoor team finish in program history, finishing second with 95 points. 10. Houston Baptist 14 Men’s Heptathlon Sam Houston State Tyler Adams Sr. 5,544 4. Lamar 76 11. Central Arkansas 14 9. Abilene Christian 39 The top three finishers in each event final are named First, Second and Third Team All-Conference, respectively. Individual men’s and women’s awards for Coach of the Year, Outstanding Running Events Performer, Outstanding Field Events Performer, Freshman of the Year, Newcomer of the Year and Athlete of the Year will be nominated and voted upon by head coaches next week. Pl. School Points FINAL RESULTS | Photo Gallery | Championships HomepageBIRMINGHAM, Ala. – For the third consecutive year, Sam Houston State showcased its indoor dominance by sweeping both the men’s and women’s team titles at the Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships. Women’s 60m Hurdles Northwestern State Daeshon Gordon Sr. 8.26 Women’s Triple Jump UIW Sarea Alexander Jr. 41-07.25/12.68m 10. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 20.5 Men’s 4x400m Stephen F. Austin — — 3:14.39 12. New Orleans 6 Men’s Mile UIW Deion Hardy Jr. 4:15.81 1. Sam Houston State 123 The Ladyjacks took third on the women’s side with 84.5 points, followed by Abilene Christian (70.5) in fourth and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in fifth with 69. UIW was sixth (56.5) followed by Lamar (54), McNeese (38.5) and Southeastern Louisiana (38). Houston Baptist and Central Arkansas tied for 10th with 14 points apiece, followed by Nicholls (6). The 2018 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships will be held from May 4-6 in San Antonio, Texas, hosted by UIW. Adams also emerged as the Men’s High Point Scorer, finishing with an all-time conference best 34 points to his name, smashing the previous record of 27 points set in 1994. He earned 10 points each for his heptathlon, high jump and long jump wins, plus four points for his fifth-place finish in the 60m hurdles. 6. UIW 56.5 7. Lamar 54 6. Central Arkansas 49 Northwestern State men finished third – the team’s best since 2003 – with 80 points while Lamar was fourth with 76 and McNeese scored 54 to round out the top five. Central Arkansas was sixth with 49 points, followed by UIW (45.5), Southeastern Louisiana (41), Abilene Christian (39), Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (20.5), Houston Baptist (20) and New Orleans (6). Women’s Final Team Standings For athletes that achieved qualifying marks this season, the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships will be hosted by Texas A&M from March 9-10 at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium in College Station.
Fresh from a controversial draw decision in New York against American Jason Sosa, Nicholas ‘The Axeman’ Walters arrived in Jamaica last Saturday for an extended holiday in his hometown Anchovy, St James. “I will be in Jamaica for about a month. I will be taking it easy for the first week or so, just relaxing after my fight with Sosa. After that I will be getting back into training with my dad, as I cannot afford to get out of shape now, as 2016 will be a big year for me,” he told The Gleaner. The Walters versus Sosa fight has been the talking point in boxing circles for the past few weeks, following the surprising draw decision in Verona, New York, on November 19, in which nearly everyone except the three judges thought that Walters had won easily. One judge had Sosa as the winner 96-94, while the other two judges scored it 95-95, for a majority draw decision. The punch statistics favoured Walters as they showed that he landed 436 of 610 punches thrown, while Sosa landed 121 of 225. Walters also hurt Sosa in the fifth round but did not go in for the kill. Commenting on the fight, Walters said that there was no doubt in his mind that he had won his first fight as a super featherweight, and that he did not see his opponent winning more than possibly one round. What he has learnt from this experience he said, is that he has to “knock out all my opponents, so as to avoid any more bad decisions”. His father Job, who returned to Jamaica with him after being in his corner for the fight, said that ” it was a very poor decision. I think that Nick won every round. That is behind us now, however, and we are looking to the future”. He went on to say, “I think that it was a blessing in disguise, as we got more publicity from this bad decision than when Nicholas beat Donaire to become super champion. Everywhere we went, Nicholas was mobbed. He received a great welcome when he returned to Panama, and when we landed in MoBay, the people were all over us. It has been good, and the important thing is that he is still unbeaten.” Walters is now 26-0-1. A decision that has to be made by the Walters connections is whether he will fight as a featherweight at 126 pounds or as a super featherweight at 130 pounds in 2016. He told The Gleaner that when he returns to Panama next month, he will sit down with his team, go through all the options and make the decision. ” I can fight at either weight” he added.
Tomorrow’s 11-race programme at Caymanas Park offers a Pick-9 carryover of $1.4 million, but both Super-6s start anew.The Pick-9 will embrace races three to 11, the first Super-6 from race one to six, the late Super-6 from race six to 11.We look at the first Super-6, which commences with the Cash Pot ‘Rake’ Trophy for four-year-olds and up over 1400 metres to be contested by seven starters, all native bred four-year-olds.With the likes of FIERY PATH, MONALISASMILE, HOMECOMING and FREE RANGE all expected to prove competitive, a close finish is anticipated.FIERY PATH, however, has the best credentials, having caught the eye when finishing four lengths second to UNRULY TEXAS in a fast-run one mile race (1.41.3) some days ago.FIERY PATH, who showed good speed until giving way to the winner early in the straight, finished seven lengths clear of the third horse, FREE RANGE, and with top apprentice Bebeto Harvey riding for trainer Donovan Plummer, looks the right choice over this shorter trip.The second race over 1300 metres for the Cash Pot Bonanza Trophy, should provide the steadily improving 4-y-o colt LEIGHTON REID from the stables of topline trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes with his second consecutive win.The Region of Merit offspring will have the services of bang in form claiming apprentice Dane Dawkins, and having broken the ice, should repeat at the expense of DIRECTOR DALEY (improving) and down in class MILITARY MOVE in a nine-strong field.DYSFUNCTIONAL, who was caught within shades of the wire by lesser fancied stable-companion QUEEN OF BAGDAD over 1300 metres recently, will relish the milder pace of the third race over 1820 metres, and with leading jockey Omar Walker retaining the ride from champion trainer Wayne DaCosta, should make no mistake.Fellow three-year-olds COUNTER ATTACK (Dawkins up) and GOLDEN GLORY are twin dangers in a field of nine.PRINCE KAMALI, with Harvey aboard, has been knocking at the door lately and should be good enough to stave off his only serious rival, BIG AL (Dawkins up) in the fourth race for maiden three-year-olds over 1100 metres, this for the Cash Pot ‘Play it’ Trophy.The last two races in the first Super-6 should be won by the Philip Feanny-trained 2-y-o debutante FORT KNOX (working well) with Ian Spence aboard, and in the sixth, LEEKOUT (beaten narrowly last time) with champion jockey Shane Ellis riding for new trainer Michael Marlowe in a field of 13 maiden three-year-olds.FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES(1) FIERY PATH/FREE RANGE(2) LEIGHTON REID/DIRECTOR DALEY(3) DYSFUNCTIONAL/COUNTER ATTACK(4) PRINCE KAMALI(5) FORT KNOX/RADICAL(6) LEEKOUT/MA GRANDE
Residents of Fourth Bridge, Herstelling, New Scheme, East Bank Demerara (EBD) are calling on the regional officials to pay heed to their current plight of having to daily traverse deplorable roads in the area.A section of the Herstelling Road which is causing much distress to residentsThe roads, for the past months since the rainy season commenced, cannot be used, thus, forcing residents to use alternative and very lengthy routes to get to and from their homes.This prompted several residents to reach out to Guyana Times. When this publication visited the area, it was observed that several sections of the roads had eroded severely leaving large water ponds throughout.According to one resident, vehicles are stuck in potholes daily.“Every single day some vehicle have to be pulled out from one of these holes because the road gone so bad that you can’t even let you try to drive through. Them holes this like river man, watch, we aint lying, tell me how anything can pass here?” the man questioned.One businessman said that because of the road’s condition, company trucks which supply him with goods for his grocery shop have requested that he find alternative means for getting his items delivered. The man noted that this is costly for him, which is causing him to lose profits.“Now tell me how that could work out for me? I can’t be vex with the people because watch at this here, how in heavens name will any vehicle pass through this? The people got a right to refuse to come in but while they refusing, its putting a strain on me and my business because now I got to find extra gas to make several runs to pick up my goods them on my own, all because we can’t get this road fixed” the businessman lamented.According to the residents, the area is relatively new and as such to date, the roads have not been properly built.However, they are calling for the Public Infrastructure Ministry to have some work carried out in order for the roads to be made useable.“We aint look for nothing fancy, even if they fill up these hole with bauxite and all right now it would be better because this here can’t work. We have children going to school, not everybody rich and have money to call taxi. My son does have to use bicycle and sometimes when he come home if you does see he condition. One day he deh trying to pass one of this whole and he fall in…” the man recalled.The residents are hoping for swift action to be taking to address their woes.
By Davina RamdassNew musical artiste Orlando Cummings, whose stage name is ‘Lil King’, is presently dominating social media with his songs, which are geared towards raising awareness on social ills.Lil King performing one of his original piecesThe 22-year-old singer sat down with Guyana Times on Saturday and explained that he developed a passion for music at just six years old. He recalled drumming and making beats while writing lyrics to accompany them, often defying his teachers’ rules. This often got him into a lot of trouble and resulted in his parents visiting him quite frequently at school.He admitted that he had not been too attentive to tuition from nursery all the way to primary school, but said he began focusing more on his education after entering secondary school.An exciting singer, Orlando Cummings was born at Lusignan, East Coast Demerara (ECD) but moved to Strathspey, ECD, where he grew up. King said that when he was younger, his friends would pay him to sing, and he sang so that he could raise enough money to buy cricket balls.“I had my group of guys. We used to enjoy playing cricket a lot, and in my videos you would see me showcasing cricket, because I always loved cricket, as much as I love music; and when I sang, the older kids used to come and pay me to sing, and at the end of the day I was able to purchase a cricket ball or something of the sort, and we’d enjoy our game,” the musician recalled.Although he tried his best to focus on his studies during his time in secondary school, King explained, he would often perform at school concerts, which would have the crowd quite hyped. Today, the humble young man said, he intends to make a difference with his music. In fact, realising that domestic violence is a major issue in Guyana, he said, he is currently working on a song to raise awareness of this issue.He advocated his conviction as follows: “Women are someone we are supposed to look up to. Sometimes they would say harsh things, yes; but you can walk away, you have a choice…they do something wrong (and) we don’t like it or can’t take it, leave”.Lil King is hoping that his messages can reach persons living across the globe. “A kid might wake up and he might say, ‘Man, I don’t know if anything is going to ever happen for me. What’s life gonna be like for me? Everything is going so tough’; but I am basically showing them that, ‘Hey, you can still do this; you don’t have to pick up a gun to earn something, you don’t have to pick up a knife and go and rob someone. You can put your head to it and say “I’m going to work hard”,’” the musician encouraged.As a matter of fact, these very thoughts have inspired the young man’s first release, ‘Be What You Wanna Be’. The single, along with a video, was released in August 2017 and has grasped the attention of many young people.Although he has since released other singles, the young musician did not hesitate to declare that he enjoyed working on that song the most. In the video, King is seen playing cricket with his friends in his community while sending his message of positivity.The spotlightBeing in the spotlight has its advantages, King noted. But even more so, it exposes musicians to a lot of negativity. Being a young singer/songwriter, he said, he always has to ensure that he keeps his guard up, and not allow the negative comments to cloud his mind.Very frequently, he said, young people would message him and send him encouragement, while others would attempt to distract him from doing what he loves best.“Some people would tell you some really hurtful things, but you have to be strong; cause if you’re not, you’d want to quit, and if you solely love something, I don’t see why you should quit…let the bad comments slide”, he told the aspiring musicians.SupportLil King is grateful for his parents’ support, although he is still too shy to perform for them. The singer said his mother and father have been two of his biggest fans and motivators.Meanwhile, although he provokes his two elder sisters, he pointed out, they have played major roles in motivating and encouraging him as well.King mentioned his fans, without whom he said he would be nothing. His music videos can be viewed on his Facebook page @ Lil King.More importantly, the young musician thanked Brutal Tracks Recording for work with him and giving him guidance along the way.
Photo: Fort St. John U12 Northern Strikers sporting their bronze medals/ submitted- Advertisement -Despite moving up in divisions, the Fort St. John Northern Strikers U-12 Boys walked away with a provincial medal.This year, the boy’s soccer club moved up from tier 4 to tier 3 at the ASA Provincials tournament, which took place in Camrose, Alta. from Aug. 5-7.The boys kicked off the tournament with a 2-1 loss, a game which prepared the team for a tougher than usual competition.After an unfortunate second game loss, the boys competed in the tournament’s bronze medal game.The team saved their best game for when it counted, beating their opponents 5-4 to claim the bronze medal, their second medal in two years. Advertisement
0Shares0000“I think politically something will happen in the next 12 months to regulate and limit the transfer amount,” Wenger said in comments published by British newspapers Saturday © AFP/File / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, Sep 23 – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes there will be a radical overhaul of the transfer market within the next year following the stratospheric spending of the close-season trading period.Paris Saint-Germain smashed the world transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona for 222 million euros ($266 million), while Premier League clubs spent £1.4 billion ($1.9 billion, 1.6 billion euros). German chancellor Angela Merkel urged the sport’s authorities to curb spiralling fees earlier this month and Wenger said the intervention of such a figure proved it was time for change.“Something will happen. It is for the first time that, politically, the German prime minister came out,” he said in comments published by British newspapers on Saturday.“I think politically something will happen in the next 12 months to regulate and limit the transfer amount.“You have to go one of two ways — regulate it properly or leave it completely open. But you cannot be in between.“That is where we are at the moment. That is only to the advantage of some clubs who can deal with rules in a legal way.“The regulation has to be stricter and clearer or open it completely: you can do what you want, provided you can guarantee you have the money to pay.“At the moment, we are a bit in between and that does not work.”Wenger believes the high fees will increase the likelihood of players running down their contracts and then leaving clubs on free transfers.Both Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are in the final years of their Arsenal contracts.“With the amount of transfer levels and the expected amount of contracts the players want, you will have more and more players going into the final year of their contract,” Wenger said.“You will be in a position where you either extend for money you cannot afford or you go into the final year of their contract.“This season there were 107 players in the Premier League who got into the final year of their contract for the first time and you will see that more. The clubs want too much for normal players.“So what happens? The club cannot sell and doesn’t extend the contract, so more and more players are going into the final year.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Donegal Pens brothers Ronan and Conor Mc GarveyThe McGarvey brothers of Donegal Pens have just made a major investment in their business taking it to a new level.Not to be beaten by the refusal of funding from state agencies due to their young age, the Loughanure boys have taken a huge step to further their business.Ronan, 17, and Conor, 14, travelled to the UK where they spent “quite a lot” of their hard earned cash on a new laser engraving system. The boys had been outsourcing their engraving work since last year but decided that it was time to look at in-house engraving.The newly installed Mantech laser machine now allows them to laser engrave names, messages, logos, etc on the wood part of their handmade pens. In addition to that they can also engrave glass, marble, tile, ceramics, aluminium, leather and many other materials. They have even personalised the flutes for the Mullaghduff marching band.The new system is one of just four from the long established UK based Mantech company’s laser systems that is operating in Ireland and the boys are excited about the new addition to their business.“We explored this option for quite some time but the price of some of the basic laser systems we looked at exceeded €12,000 and that just wasn’t within our budget. We were put in touch with Mantech UK and travelled over to see their high end equipment and soon realised it was what we needed. “We underwent onsite training at their facility, and following some negotiations on price, we returned to Loughanure with the new system for somewhat less than €12,000,” said Conor.The boys looked at several machine options and finally went with a model that can both engrave and cut a variety of materials. It has an engraving bed size of 600 x 400mm that will allow them to carry out many other projects in addition to engraving their pens.They were fortunate to secure a very large corporate order for pens recently and decided they would reinvest the proceeds and put it towards the funds required for the new system.“It was a huge sum of money to be handing over but we decided that we would take the plunge and add a new dimension to our business. Unfortunately our age restricts us from receiving any grant aid or financial support which we feel is ridiculous. It’s not much of an incentive for young entrepreneurs when funding agencies won’t entertain you because “you’re too young” but that isn’t going to stop us in trying to bring Donegal Pens to a new level,” said Ronan.It took a bit of time for the boys to get accustomed to the new equipment but they have finally ironed out all the issues and are now up and running with the latest addition to their business. “So far we’ve had a lot of enquiries and orders for both personal and corporate gifts. The fact that we can engrave company logos etc is a huge bonus as businesses like to use our pens as corporate gifts. Our options for engraving and cutting are basically unlimited so we are excited about this new chapter for Donegal Pens,” added Conor.Donegal Pens are now stocked in just under forty outlets in Ireland and three in Germany, and the new engraving option is also available on www.donegalpens.comDONEGAL PEN BOYS WRITE ANOTHER CHAPTER ON THE ROAD TO SUCCESS was last modified: July 20th, 2014 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:DONEGAL PENSengraving system
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECasino Insider: Here’s a look at San Manuel’s new high limit rooms, Asian restaurant Following a one-point victory at Glendale in the first round Friday, the Vikings, co-coached by Robert “Rocket” Collins and Greg Hayes, need one victory to tie a school single-season record. Among the key players are senior forwards Teddy Goetz and Donjay Kakonde. San Gorgonio, which has won eight in a row, loves to shoot from the outside. The team has made 141 3-pointers, hitting 32 percent from beyond the arc. SOUTHERN SECTION DIV. I-A SECOND ROUND CANYON(18-8) at MISSION VIEJO (19-8) TONIGHT, 7:30 SOUTHERN SECTION DIV. I-AA SECOND ROUND SAN GORGONIO of San Bernardino (19-9) at VALENCIA (21-6) Outlook: After losing its final two regular-season games to fall out of Foothill League championship contention, Valencia appears back on the track. Outlook: Canyon is among the division’s hottest teams, winning five in a row and 10 of its past 12. Guard Luke Guidroz scored 27 points with five assists in a first-round victory Friday over visiting Righetti of Santa Maria. Mission Viejo has held its past two opponents to 40 or fewer points. – Gerry Gittelson160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Monaghan’s Sam Moffett wins the Donegal International rally for the first time,SAM Moffett has claimed his 1st victory in the Irish Tarmac Championship by winning the 2013 Donegal International Rally for the first time.The team of Moffett and James O’Reilly took the championship after after a time penalty on front runners, Garry Jennings and Neil Doherty.Derrick McGarrity was one of the fastest of the day but Moffett held onto his lead.Letterkenny team of Manus Kelly and Donall Barrett were front runners in the national rally category.Drivers battled it out in tough conditions on the last stages around Glen, the Atlantic Drive and Fanad The winning team of Moffett and O’Reilly celebrated later at the Mount Errigal Hotel.A three-minute penalty to Jennings proved crucial, giving Moffett the win.Results for the International categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev18Sam Moffett/James O’ReillySubaru WRC6O/A2:22:43.826Donagh Kelly/Kevin FlanaganFord Focus WRC6O/A2:24:13.61:29.81:29.831Garry Jennings/Neil DohertySubaru WRC6O/A2:24:52.52:08.70:38.947Seamus Leonard/Paul McLaughlinSubaru WRC612:25:01.82:18.00:09.354Darragh O’Riordan/Tony McDaidFord Fiesta WRC622:25:58.13:14.30:56.3612John O’Donnell/Aidan FrielSubaru WRC632:26:20.53:36.70:22.4714Stephen Wright/Susanne WrightMitsubishi Evo 9412:29:41.66:57.83:21.1849Joseph McGonigle/Macartan KieransRenault Clio R3Maxi312:32:46.010:02.23:04.4935Seamus Heron/Gerry McVeighMitsubishi Evo 9422:37:04.814:21.04:18.81015Shane Maguire/Martin McGarritySubaru Impreza432:37:29.714:45.90:24.91171Rory Byrne/James ByrneMitsubishi Evo X442:37:46.715:02.90:17.01290Gavin Kelly/Eamonn GillespieHonda Civic112:41:59.019:15.24:12.31387Ian Chadwick/Andy HayesSkoda Fabia212:44:31.721:47.92:32.71472Stewart Liddle/Barry CallaghanSubaru Impreza452:44:37.721:53.90:06.015101Brian Quigley/Seamus McTigueHonda Civic122:44:53.522:09.70:15.81692Richard Tanahill/Brian CrawfordPeugeot 208 R2222:45:28.222:44.40:34.717124Mark Boyle/Charles GallagherHonda Civic132:48:49.426:05.63:21.21870Liam Egan/Raymond CoppingerToyota Corolla WRC642:49:10.826:27.00:21.419102Patrick Walker/Paul McClayPeugeot 206232:50:01.227:17.40:50.420107Alistair Glenn/Tony CurranPeugeot 206243:03:03.040:19.213:01.821125Liam Branley/Nathan BurrowsPeugeot 206253:03:25.940:42.10:22.922130Martin Geraghty/Sean BruntonHonda Civic263:04:51.842:08.01:25.923131Gareth Irwin/Gareth McGinleyToyota Corolla273:05:10.642:26.80:18.82485Paddy McDaid/Oliver DohertyHonda Civic143:12:33.149:49.37:22.52550Stephen Carey/Breda O’DriscollHonda Civic153:19:34.756:50.97:01.6Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev117Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A2:27:11.3219Frank Kelly/Stephen QuinnFord Escort Mk214O/A2:29:06.81:55.51:55.5321Damian Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort Mk214O/A2:29:34.12:22.80:27.3434Adrian Hethrington/Gary NolanFord Escort Mk21412:29:46.72:35.40:12.6542Daniel Conaghan/Terence MageeFord Escort Mk21312:31:15.54:04.21:28.8644Paul Reid/Karl ReidFord Escort Mk21322:31:20.94:09.60:05.4730Paddy Kiernan/James McCarvilleFord Escort Mk21332:33:09.75:58.41:48.8826Camillus Bradley/Danny O’NeillFord Escort Mk21422:34:38.37:27.01:28.6918Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahonFord Escort Mk21432:35:39.48:28.11:01.11022Brian Brogan/Damian McGettiganFord Escort Mk21442:36:32.39:21.00:52.91168Paul Doherty/James LogueFord Escort Mk21342:36:36.59:25.20:04.212138Connor Watters/Barry McGillFord Escort Mk21452:36:44.19:32.80:07.61353Thomas Keys/Kelvin KeysFord Escort Mk21352:37:15.610:04.30:31.51452Seamus Hegarty/Shaun McMackenFord Escort Mk21462:37:17.310:06.00:01.71569Darren Doherty/Dean O’SullivanSubaru Impreza2012:37:26.110:14.80:08.81633Robbie Peoples/Keith StewartFord Escort Mk21472:37:26.710:15.40:00.61759Kevin Bradley/Graham HendersonFord Escort Mk211R12:38:00.010:48.70:33.31866Andrew McLoone/William KehoeFord Escort Mk21362:38:11.311:00.00:11.31994John Bonner/Damien McElhinneyFord Escort Mk211R22:38:20.211:08.90:08.92051Gary McElhinney/Paddy McCruddenFord Escort Mk21372:38:25.511:14.20:05.32196Brendan Friel/Jp BoyleToyota Corolla11R32:39:02.711:51.40:37.22239Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo 91612:39:10.911:59.60:08.22340Colm McFall/Damian McAuleyMitsubishi Evo 91622:39:16.912:05.60:06.02461Liam Doherty/Kyle McGettiganToyota Corolla11R42:39:45.812:34.50:28.92558Dermot Cannon/Bobby TrimbleToyota Corolla1382:40:01.412:50.10:15.62667Thomas O’Connell/Brian DugganFord Escort Mk21482:40:31.413:20.10:30.02747Conor Curley/Nigel FrazerFord Escort Mk21492:40:41.513:30.20:10.12836Ivan Stewart/Timothy DugganBMW M3 Compact14102:41:39.414:28.10:57.929141Eamonn Doherty/David KellyFord Escort Mk211R52:43:33.016:21.71:53.63075William Vance/Billy VanceMitsubishi Evo 81512:43:45.416:34.10:12.43156Kevin Kelly/Paul HegartyFord Escort Mk21392:44:03.216:51.90:17.83288Hugh Martin Toye/Jason KavanaghHonda Civic11F12:44:29.317:18.00:26.13395Declan Hall/Chris CorrToyota Corolla11R62:44:37.717:26.40:08.43455John Dolan/John McGinleyFord Escort Mk213102:44:56.417:45.10:18.735115Terence Diver/Donal McElameyHonda Civic11F22:45:06.317:55.00:09.93697Ollie Harvey/Donal KellyToyota Corolla11R72:45:12.318:01.00:06.037105Michael McCarroll/Conor O’LoanFord Fiesta1632:45:40.518:29.20:28.23862Gerard McQuaid/Gareth QuinlanFord Escort Mk213112:46:37.219:25.90:56.739134Roy Baldrick/Darren HarveyTalbot Sunbeam13122:47:51.020:39.71:13.84054Mark Wedlock/Leon JordonFord Escort Mk213132:48:22.021:10.70:31.041121George Baskin/Odhran McLaughlinVW Golf14112:48:33.121:21.80:11.14277Darragh Doherty/James McDermottToyota Corolla11R82:48:49.721:38.40:16.643106John Mulholland/Sean DevlinFord Puma912:51:57.324:46.03:07.644127Andrew McLaughlin/Shaun GallagherHonda Civic11F32:52:51.425:40.10:54.14576Derek Gurney/Keith McEvoyFord Sierra13142:55:09.427:58.12:18.04680Barry McLaughlin/Aodhan GallagherFord Escort Mk21212:57:44.930:33.62:35.547104Ian Graham/Liam ReganFord Fiesta ST1642:58:00.530:49.20:15.648123Caolan Gaffney/Terence FureyToyota Corolla11R92:59:16.832:05.51:16.34979Paul Corcoran/Barry DonnellyFord Escort Mk21223:05:17.338:06.06:00.550139Mark O’Leary/David O’LearyFord Escort Mk211R103:05:38.038:26.70:20.751122Shane Henry/Joey KaneSuzuki Swift923:06:56.439:45.11:18.452111Ashley Dickson/Wendy BlackledgeMitsubishi Evo 91653:07:37.840:26.50:41.453120Eamon Russell/Gavin O’DonnellHonda Civic11F43:07:53.440:42.10:15.65481Patrick Bonner/Patrick McHughFord Escort Mk21233:08:28.541:17.20:35.155129Kevin McDaid/Paul McCaffertyOpel Corsa933:10:25.743:14.41:57.256112Clive Kilpatrick/Averil MortonMitsubishi Evo1523:11:29.644:18.31:03.957149Pj Wilhare/David ValkenborghsFord Escort Mk11243:49:03.01:21:51.737:33.4Results for the Historic categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev1H1Wesley Patterson/Sean HaydeFord Escort RS1800KO/A2:03:43.72H3Seamus O’Connell/Sean MageeFord EscortKO/A2:05:02.41:18.71:18.73H2Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlinFord Escort Mk2D312:08:36.04:52.33:33.64H6Aidan O’Connor/Ian ReganFord EscortC312:14:17.610:33.95:41.65H11Ian Millar/Ronan O’NeillFord Escort RS1800KO/A2:14:33.610:49.90:16.06H7John Spiers/Susanne NiedrumPorsche 911D412:15:30.011:46.30:56.47H9Niall Creighton/Gregory RobertsFord CortinaB312:21:11.117:27.45:41.18H12Harry Browne/Martin McGrathHillman AvengerC212:23:38.019:54.32:26.99H10William Todd/Aaron JohnstonMorris MiniB212:24:45.721:02.01:07.7Results for the Junior categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev1J1Kevin McLaughlin/Kieran McGinleyHonda CivicJ2O/A1:00:49.92J22Jonathan Orr/Martin McBreartyHonda CivicJ2O/A1:00:55.10:05.20:05.23J4Damian O’Reilly/Damien McCabeFord Escort Mk2J2O/A1:01:22.70:32.80:27.64J28Callum Devine/Liam McLaughlinCitroen C2R2J211:01:30.60:40.70:07.95J10Cathal McCarthy/Eamonn McCarthyHonda CivicJ221:01:40.50:50.60:09.96J11Sean Heraghty/Jonathan EdwardsToyota CorollaJ231:01:42.00:52.10:01.57J6Adrian Sweeney/Sam PearsonPeugeot 207J241:01:49.10:59.20:07.18J5Chris McLaughlin/Niall O’DonnellToyota CorollaJ251:02:02.11:12.20:13.09J9Barry Gallagher/Mark GallagherHonda CivicJ261:02:04.11:14.20:02.010J12David Gallagher/Eamonn BoyleHonda CivicJ271:02:17.81:27.90:13.711J14Lee McLaughlin/Aaron McLaughlinHonda CivicJ281:03:28.72:38.81:10.912J16Nicholas Alcorn/Niall CampbellSuzuki SwiftJ111:04:28.93:39.01:00.213J15Ryan McKenna/Nicola McKennaToyota CorollaJ291:05:28.74:38.80:59.814J18Kelvin Gorney/Kieran BurkeCitroen SaxoJ2101:07:51.07:01.12:22.315J23Lee Jacob/Jonathan JacobSuzuki SwiftJ221:10:07.99:17.02:16.9DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY: SAM WAY TO GO FOR MONAGHAN WINNER MOFFETT was last modified: June 23rd, 2013 by cassoscoopShare 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 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