Pochettino has been in charge at Tottenham since 2014, while Klopp is in his third season with Liverpool, making the forthcoming campaign a watershed moment for both bosses.After finishing third in the Premier League in 2015 and second last season, Tottenham suddenly find themselves in danger of being stuck in reverse at a time when they should be putting their foot on the gas.Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane was the top scorer in the Premier League last season © AFP/File / Don EMMERTBuilding his team around England stars Harry Kane and Dele Alli and, with Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen and Son Heung-Min all influential in their own right, Pochettino has assembled a group capable of beating any side in the country on their day.But the 45-year-old Argentine and his players have come up short two years in a row as the pressure of the title race proved too much for them.Last season, they had Chelsea in their sights in the closing weeks before an FA Cup semi-final loss to the Blues triggered a stumble that saw them finish seven points behind the champions.Making up a deficit of that order won’t be easy this season as Tottenham have the thorny issue of playing their home games at Wembley while White Hart Lane is being redeveloped.Wembley wasn’t a welcoming arena for Tottenham when they played their European fixtures there last season, prompting claims that the high tempo pressing game Pochettino prefers was ill suited to the English national stadium’s large pitch.Adding to Pochettino’s discomfort, he has so far gone through the summer transfer window without making a single signing.While Tottenham’s title rivals have shattered records with their lavish spending, Pochettino heads into the new campaign with a weaker squad than last year after selling England right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City.– Limited success –Publicly, Pochettino backs chairman Daniel Levy’s cautious approach in an historically expensive market.Yet the former Southampton coach might not be so sanguine if the window closes without fresh faces finally arriving in north London.Liverpool splashed out a club record £43.9 million ($57 million) on Roma winger Mohamed Salah (right) © AFP/File / Christof STACHE“We are working, trying to add some players to the squad,” he said.“Our idea was, the same as before, to try to provide the team with more strength and try to sign a few players before the end of the transfer window.”At Anfield, Klopp has spent the summer trying to close the gap on Tottenham and the rest of the Premier League’s big guns with only limited success.The German splashed out a club record £43.9 million ($57 million) on Roma winger Mohamed Salah and added Hull defender Andrew Robertson to the mix.But Robertson is unlikely to be a game changer, while Salah’s last taste of the Premier League with Chelsea was utterly forgettable.Klopp has also failed to land Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk and Leipzig midfielder Naby Keita, while having to fend off Barcelona’s attempts to sign Reds playmaker Philippe Coutinho.“Until the 31st of August we run through the world with open eyes,” Klopp said of his transfer problems.“It’s not that we decide on our own, it’s also about other clubs.”After finishing fourth last season, Liverpool need to rebuff the perception they took advantage of down years from Arsenal and Manchester United.Having enjoyed unprecedented success with Borussia Dortmund, Klopp has proved he can beat the odds before, but winning Liverpool’s first title since 1990 would be the 50-year-old’s finest achievement.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp (left) and Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino are under pressure to turn potential into silverware © AFP/File / JUSTIN TALLISLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 8 – Under pressure to turn tantalising potential into tangible prizes, Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp face the acid test of their talents this season.Despite being feted as teams on the rise, Tottenham and Liverpool have yet to win a single trophy under their current managers.
Job Vacancy: A Buncrana-based company in the construction sector is seeking a HR Manager. Job Details: Contract Type: Full-time/PermanentLocation: Buncrana, Co. DonegalHours of Work: 30-40 hours per weekSalary: Negotiable and depending on experience SummaryThe role will involve the execution of HR duties in support of the company’s business and in accordance with the overall aims and objectives of the organisation. Primary ResponsibilitiesAdminister HR-related documentation, such as offer letters, contracts of employment, leavers’, various types of leave such as annual leave and sickness and maintenance of personnel files.Liaise with the Directors and management on various employment-related issues and queries.Execute the recruitment and selection process from the outset through to appointment – i.e. Advertise jobs, deal with enquires, set up assessment centres and interviews and issue relevant correspondence.Ensure the relevant HR database is up to date, accurate and complies with relevant legislation.Ensure all personnel files are up-to-date and accurate.Ensure all new employees are reference checked within the appropriate timescales.Record all absenteeism for staff in liaison with line managers, ensuring that all evidence of incapacity is obtained.Ensure all payroll information is up-to-date including starters and leavers and provide this information to accounts on a weekly basis.Process payroll on a weekly basis.Ensure staff inductions are completed.Update staff training records and profiles.Record and monitor staff turnover information and provide to the Directors on a monthly basis.Conduct exit interviews with leaver before they leave the organisation.Ensure all maternity and paternity information is up-to-date and inform the accounts department as and when required.Provide advice and guidance to managers and staff on employment legislation as and when required.Manage employee relations cases such as disciplinary, capability and grievances, ensuring the appropriate record-keeping of relevant documents throughout cases, so that the business is adequately protected.Performance review meetings with line managersProbation review meetingsSeek legal advice where appropriate, to ensure that the business is protected.Maintain regular consistent and professional attendance, punctuality, personal appearance, and adherence to relevant health & safety procedures.Pursue personal development of skills and knowledge necessary for the effective performance of the role.Any other duties as may be requested by the Directors and deemed reasonable to the post. Essential Criteria2 years’ experience in a senior HR role to include HR administrationExcellent communication and interpersonal skillsAbility to be highly organisedAbility to work in a busy office environmentExcellent Computer Skills and highly competent in Microsoft OfficeExcellent Typing and Keyboard SkillsAbility to adapt to change and manage and change priorities in line with business needs.Attention to detail and high level of accuracyAbility to be assertive Desirable CriteriaCIPD Member or equivalentExperience in working with payrollExperience in the hospitality and construction sector How to Apply:To apply for this position, please send a cover letter outlining how you meet the criteria, your current salary and when you would be available to commence employment, along with your CV to email@example.com or via post to HR Team, Catalyst Inc., Bay Road, Derry BT48 7TG; before Friday 2nd March 2018 at 5.00pm. Job Vacancy: Construction company seeks HR Manager was last modified: February 13th, 2018 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:buncranaconstructiondonegalEmploymentHRhuman resourcesJob Vacancy
The transfer window is still not officially open, but Premier League clubs are already moving to improve their squads ahead of the 2017/18 season.Manchester City have added Bernardo Silva in a £43m deal, and Arsenal announced Sead Kolasinac will move to the Emirates on a free transfer when his Schalke contract expires at the end of June.But these deals are just a taste of what’s to come, with Premier League clubs expected to smash the overall transfer spending record of £880m, set last summer.talkSPORT take a look at five of the hottest transfer rumours right now involving Premier League clubs, and rank them by the likelihood they will happen before the window closes at the end of August.Click the right arrow, above, to see all the rumours… 1. Chelsea to sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton – Romelu Lukaku left Chelsea on a permanent deal three years ago, and his return to Stamford Bridge this summer seems to be the most likely transfer to go ahead. The 24-year-old has revealed talks with an unnamed club are in progress: We are now in talks with the [unnamed] club and I am looking forward. I want to play in the Champions League and try to win the Premier League – that would be best of all. With a move to Manchester United reportedly off the cards, it seems the Blues are the only team left in the running for the Belgium striker. Everton do not want to sell their prize asset and are requesting upwards of £80m for Lukaku, but Chelsea can spend all the money they want on a striker who is considered one of Europes best despite his youth. 5 5 5 5 3. Virgil van Dijk to sign for Chelsea, Manchester City or Liverpool from Southampton – The future of Virgil van Dijk was always going to be a key transfer story this summer, and it has not failed to disappoint in the early weeks. Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool have all been credited with an interest in the Dutch defender. The Reds had reportedly been leading the race for the 25-year-olds signature, but the Merseyside club have since abandoned their pursuit after Southampton reported Jurgen Klopps side to the Premier League over an alleged illegal approach for Van Dijk. And with Liverpool seemingly out of contention, Chelsea and City have emerged as the frontrunners to land the defender who is rumoured to have had a £75million valuation placed on him by the Saints. 5 2. Ryan Bertrand to leave Southampton for Manchester City, Liverpool or Chelsea – Along with Van Dijk, Southampton could be set to lose a second defender to a Premier League club this summer. Ryan Bertrand, formerly of Chelsea, has established himself as one of Englands best full-backs since moving to Saints, and has earned admiring glances from Manchester City, Liverpool and his former employers at Stamford Bridge. Reports suggest Bertrand has told friends he will leave St Marys this summer, and he is an appealing target due to his status as a home-grown player and his top flight experience. A move to the Etihad seems most likely as Pep Guardiola has stepped up his interest and money is of no impact to City, as well as Chelsea. Saints are unlikely to want to sell to Liverpool given their transfer history and the accusations involved in the Van Dijk interest, revealed earlier. 4. Manchester United to capture Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata – Manchester Uniteds attempts to sign Atletico Madrids Antoine Griezmann have proven unsuccessful due to the LaLiga clubs transfer ban, so Jose Mourinho has looked to Atletis city rivals for a new striker. Alvaro Morata was handed his Los Blancos debut by Mourinho, and the Portuguese is keen to reunite with the Spain international as an alternative to Griezmann and Evertons Romelu Lukaku. Chelsea have also been touted to make a move for Morata, but reports suggest he is keen to link up with Mourinho once again. A move to Old Trafford seems a perfect fit for the 24-year-old, though it is certainly not guaranteed as AC Milan have been making a big money move for him and Morata himself wants to remain with Real into next season. 5. Kylian Mbappe to leave Monaco for Arsenal – click the right arrow to see the hottest transfer rumours right now – Despite the transfer window not yet officially opening, the Gunners have already submitted two offers to Monaco for wonderkid Mbappe. The France teenager enjoyed a wonderful breakthrough season in Ligue 1, scoring 15 league and six Champions League goals as ASM won the French title and reached the semi-finals of Europes premier competition. Real Madrid are also keen on Mbappe, but Arsenal have had an £87m bid turned down and have followed that up with an offer said to be worth £120m. Despite the incredible money being thrown around, Mbappe has hardly pushed for a move away from the Stade Louis II, and it seems unlikely he will depart for north London this summer.
Ivan TonerLETTERKENNY AC’s Ivan Toner was first home in the Newmills 10k, more than a minute ahead of clubmate Paul McGlinchey.All the results are below:1 71 33.40 Ivan Toner SM Letterkenny A C 2 65 34.46 Paul McGlinchey SM Letterkenny A C3 61 34.50 Gavin Crawford SM 24/7 Triathlon 4 10 35.17 Paul Ward M40 Tír Chonaill A C5 19 35.28 Kieran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C6 11 35.47 Kevin Ferry M40 Letterkenny A C7 66 35.56 Teresa McGloin SW Finn Valley A C8 59 36.48 Benny McDaid SM Inishowen A C9 12 36.49 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C10 20 36.51 Liam Doherty SM Cranford A C 11 72 37.37 John Daly M40 Letterkenny A C12 122 37.47 Michael Black SM Letterkenny A C13 123 37.57 Paul Doherty SM 24/7 Triathlon14 101 38.21 Jude O’Donnell M40 Unattached 15 115 38.26 Joe English M50 Letterkenny A C16 69 38.36 Humphrey Murphy M40 Letterkenny A C17 15 38.37 Hugh Coll M40 Unattached18 55 38.40 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C19 28 38.46 Eddie Sweeney SM Letterkenny A C20 113 38.47 Raymond Birch SM Letterkenny A C21 60 38.50 Aidan McKenn M40 Letterkenny A C22 104 39.20 Jack McBride SM Finn Valley A C23 23 39.30 Patrick McGee SM Unattached24 134 39.45 Ciaran O’Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C25 16 40.01 Mark McPaul SM Finn Valley A C26 30 40.32 Michael Burke SM Unattached27 17 40.33 Raymond McGahey M40 Unattached28 52 41.01 Kevin Kildea M50 Unattached29 6 41.10 Eamon Bush M40 Unattached30 64 41.15 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C31 18 41.38 Des Goybraerds SM Unattached32 63 41.41 Eugene McGettigan SM Letterkenny A C33 126 41.51 Stewart Mageee SM Unattached34 5 41.59 Michael Devenny M40 Unattached35 2 42.06 Dean Toland SM Finn Valley A C36 133 42.19 Paul Cosgrove M40 Letterkenny A C37 120 42.57 Cathal Harvey SM Unattached38 127 43.05 Seamus Nallon SM Unattached39 118 43.44 Cathal Morrison M50 Unattached40 102 43.48 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A C41 27 43.54 Phil Boyle M40 Letterkenny A C42 24 44.01 Paul Lee M40 Letterkenny A C43 135 44.26 Sharon Black W40 Letterkenny A C44 29 44.29 Patrick McNamee SM Unattached45 121 44.30 Ollie Harvey SM Unattached46 56 44.31 Brian McMonagle SM Unattached47 31 44.32 Michael Shields SM Unattached48 136 44.52 Paul Gildea SM Unattached49 7 45.27 Richard Duncan SM Castlefinn Running50 50 45.51 Anthony Farrn SM Letterkenny A C51 131 46.15 Siobhan Gallagher SW Letterkenny A C52 132 46.15 Paul Cullen SM 24/7 Triathlon53 51 46.33 Dara Dunne SW Letterkenny A C54 58 46.52 Kevin Gallager M40 Unattached55 129 47.21 Gerard McGlynn SM Unattached56 26 47.43 Serena McDaid SW Letterkenny A C57 114 48.12 Stephen Roarty SM Unattached58 139 48.20 James Whoriskey SM Unattached59 3 48.24 Damien Downey M40 Inishowen A C60 108 48.31 Chris Ashmore M40 Unattached61 4 48.48 Hugh O’Donnell M50 Unattached62 1 48.50 Sabrina Mackey W40 Unattached63 70 48.59 Aishlean McGeehan SW Finn Valley A C64 34 49.00 Cormack Nolan M40 Unattached65 33 49.00 Louis Bradley M60 Letterkenny A C66 137 49.34 Cathal Roarty M40 Letterkenny A C67 105 49.34 Eugene McClafferty SM Rosses A.C.68 57 49.55 John McCandless SM Inishowen A C69 107 50.41 Joanne Campbell SW Finn Valley A C70 124 51.01 Dermot Gallagher SM Unattached71 117 51.05 Sean O’Donnell M50 Unattached72 53 51.42 Lisa Dalton SW 24/7 Triathlon73 54 52.13 Andrew Stewart SM Letterkenny A C74 62 52.29 Carl Houston M50 Castlefinn Running75 125 52.34 Emma Bates SW Finn Valley A C76 22 52.36 Aodh Dorrian SM Unattached77 14 52.53 Kilian Nulty M40 24/7 Triathlon78 25 53.00 Paul Sweeney SM Unattached79 138 53.10 Aisling Kelly SW Unattached80 35 54.02 Grace McCrudden W40 Letterkenny A C81 106 54.02 Catriona Gilligan SW Finn Valley A C82 13 54.26 Tina Mcugh SW Unattached83 130 55.00 Orla Nallon SW Unattached84 128 55.46 Lisa McGlynn SW Castlefinn Running85 119 56.26 Rachel Robinson SW Unattached86 8 59.27 Laura Duncan SW Castlefinn Running87 116 62.01 Louise Goudie SW Raphoe Runners88 111 62.12 Donna McBride SW Unattached89 109 62.12 Elaine McBride SW Unattached90 110 62.15 James McClenaghan SM Unattached91 9 62.57 Natasha White SW Castlefinn Running92 140 62.57 AnnMarie Gibbons SW Finn Valley A C93 21 63.32 Angela McConnell W40 Castlefinn Running94 67 65.52 Corina Catteson SW Castlefinn Running95 103 65.52 Fionnuala McBride SW Castlefinn Running96 68 68.40 Mick Flynn SM Castlefinn Running97 32 70.00 AnneMarie Shiels SW Run LK98 112 72.40 Neysa McClafferty SW UnattachedTotal Runners: 98RESULTS: TONER WINS NEWMILLS 10K was last modified: October 19th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:RESULTS: TONER WINS NEWMILLS 10K
INISHOWEN AC runner Benny Mullan won today’s Donegal Marathon in a sub-3 hour time.All the results are below: Well done to everyone who took part.Donegal Marathon 2014Place Bib Name Club Gun Chip Time Sex Class1 53 Benny Mullan Inishowen A.C. 2:56:50.4 2:56:49.9 M F402 19 Philip Rainey Marathon Club Ireland 3:01:39.1 3:01:39.1 M FS3 76 Kevin Wallace Letterkenny 3:02:24.1 3:02:24.1 M FS4 114 Terence Coyle 3:03:03.6 3:03:03.6 M F555 137 Gerard Bogle Finn Valley AC 3:03:32.8 3:03:32.8 M F506 69 Barry Shanks St Peters 3:11:32.7 3:11:22.7 M F407 152 John Mc Glinchey Finn Valley A.C. 3:12:05.9 3:12:05.9 M F458 112 Aidan Grier 3:13:29.8 3:13:26.1 M FS9 106 Tom Thompson Finn Valley A.C. 3:15:26.3 3:15:26.3 M F4510 100 Barry Cassidy 3:21:06.7 3:21:03.8 M F5011 166 Brian McBride Letterkenny A.C. 3:22:05.2 3:21:59.0 M F4012 135 Kieran Coyle Letterkenny A.C. 3:22:53.2 3:22:48.3 M FS13 50 Paddy McNamee 3:25:05.0 3:25:01.8 M F5014 158 David Vint Newry City Runners AC 3:25:31.3 3:25:29.1 M F5015 141 Dermot McElhinney Magherafelt Harriers 3:28:05.9 3:27:45.7 M F4016 105 Peter Kardos 3:28:14.1 3:28:11.6 M F4017 13 Paul Mc Guinness 3:29:03.6 3:28:58.5 M F4018 56 Owen McKinney Inishowen A.C. 3:30:54.9 3:30:52.5 M F4019 113 Jolene Mellon North East Runners A.C. 3:31:30.4 3:31:22.0 W FS20 147 Nigel Campbell 3:32:01.5 3:32:01.5 M F4021 120 Ronan Mc Elwaine 3:32:55.7 3:32:22.7 M F4022 74 Kevin Gallagher 3:34:33.7 3:34:30.7 M FS23 99 Caroline Kelly Marathon Club Ireland 3:35:58.1 3:35:56.4 W F4524 14 John Glynn 3:36:24.7 3:36:17.3 M FS25 149 Stanislaw Kostanski 3:36:57.5 3:36:55.5 M F4026 1 Paddy Hannigan 3:38:22.1 3:38:10.9 M F5027 94 Vitor Oliveira 3:42:19.8 3:42:10.6 M FS28 92 Jason Kelly 3:43:10.6 3:42:59.3 M FS29 48 Tim Crowley 3:44:38.5 3:44:16.3 M FS30 70 John Wallace 3:45:05.8 3:44:39.6 M FS31 91 Robert Martin North Down AC 3:46:51.5 3:46:37.8 M F4532 161 Gary Gillen 3:49:00.5 3:48:52.6 M FS33 164 Paul Murry 3:49:59.0 3:49:14.4 M FS34 93 Liam Mc Ginty Finn Valley A.C. 3:49:59.6 3:49:21.1 M F4535 156 Gillian Cordner Seapark AC 3:51:05.0 3:50:54.8 W FS36 98 Brian Jablonski 3:51:52.6 3:51:41.1 M FS37 133 Martin O’ Donnell 3:53:27.7 3:53:20.0 M FS38 80 Michael Clarke 3:53:45.2 3:53:15.3 M FS39 89 Matthew McGinty 3:54:27.3 3:53:31.5 M FS40 116 Brian Ward 24/7 Triathlon Club, 3:54:54.6 3:54:54.1 M F4541 150 Eddie Clyde Springwell Running Club 3:54:58.2 3:54:53.8 M FS42 148 John Butcher Springwell Running Club 3:54:58.3 3:54:53.6 M F4043 160 Erin Mullan 3:55:34.7 3:55:34.7 W FS44 47 Lawrence Bookham 3:55:39.0 3:55:32.4 M F4045 90 James Robertson Omagh Harriers 3:56:30.3 3:55:28.9 M FS46 58 James Nugent 3:58:38.0 M M5047 54 Simon Chodziesner 3:58:41.2 3:58:27.7 M F5048 39 Garvin Boyce 3:59:10.6 3:59:06.7 M F4049 151 Simon Moore Springwell Running Club 3:59:33.6 3:59:28.9 M FS50 71 Helen Mc Cready Rosses A.C. 3:59:50.3 3:59:22.3 W FS51 57 Ronan Clancy 3:59:52.7 3:59:22.0 M FS52 88 Thomas Given 4:00:40.2 4:00:32.8 M F4053 132 Patrick Morning 4:01:27.2 4:01:21.8 M F4554 22 Anne Fournier 4:02:34.2 4:02:23.6 W F5555 64 Michael Doherty 4:02:43.7 4:02:16.4 M F5556 102 Paul McCavera Marathon Club Ireland 4:02:46.9 4:02:40.6 M F4057 163 Nigel McNeill Springwell Running Club 4:03:46.2 4:03:41.5 M F4558 169 Michael Mc Keown 4:05:23.0 4:05:23.0 M FS59 118 Stephen Cunningham 4:05:30.9 4:05:14.4 M FS60 175 Donie Owens 4:05:58.8 4:05:53.0 M FS61 82 Noel McAllister Ballymena Runners AC 4:09:11.2 4:08:57.0 M FS62 162 Kevin Large SSE Renewables, 4:09:23.0 4:09:18.0 M FS63 37 Eric Pierce 4:09:27.2 4:08:59.2 M F5064 138 Andrena Berry Co Antrim Harriers 4:09:27.7 4:09:02.2 W F5065 25 Mark Lafferty 4:10:45.7 4:09:45.0 M FS66 60 Richard Smith 4:10:56.5 4:10:52.3 M FS67 134 Stephen Harper 4:11:22.4 4:10:42.9 M FS68 139 Grace Bonner 4:12:37.4 4:12:15.8 W F4069 49 Paul McShane 4:13:20.2 4:12:40.5 M F4570 43 Shane Chops Mullan 4:14:08.7 4:13:06.9 M FS71 111 Eddie Doran West Waterford A.C. 4:14:20.0 4:14:06.0 M F4072 153 Eugene Winters 100 Marathon Club Ireland, 4:15:09.7 4:14:59.8 M F5573 42 Joseph Friel 4:15:46.9 4:15:11.9 M FS74 33 Maire Callaghan 4:16:51.5 4:16:33.9 W F5575 2 Kris Allison 4:16:53.3 4:15:52.1 M FS76 65 Paul Skinnader 4:18:20.6 4:18:09.0 M F5077 146 Dennis McMonagle 100 Marathon Club Ireland, 4:19:46.7 4:18:57.0 M F5578 83 Aidan Spence 4:19:55.8 4:19:37.6 M FS79 46 Martin Sweeney 4:21:22.8 4:20:30.3 M FS80 159 Charlie Deeney 4:22:42.7 4:22:39.7 M FS81 67 Paddy Crampsey 4:26:21.4 4:26:21.4 M FS82 51 Patrick Martin 4:26:26.2 4:25:54.2 M F4583 24 Anne Killen 4:26:54.4 4:26:41.0 W FS84 115 James Sheridan Dub Running Club 4:26:57.5 4:26:23.8 M FS85 23 Owen O’Malley 4:27:14.4 4:27:14.4 M F5086 86 John Sweeney 4:27:31.0 4:27:11.4 M F5087 35 Frank Ferns 4:28:53.5 4:27:50.0 M F4588 62 Rónán Brophy 4:29:47.7 4:29:19.5 M F5089 21 Carmel Bourban 4:32:16.9 4:32:06.1 W F4590 18 Ciaran O’Donnell 4:34:46.1 4:33:47.6 M FS91 38 Padraig Carberry 4:34:56.6 4:34:25.8 M FS92 96 Clive Nesbitt 4:36:44.6 4:36:38.6 M F5093 79 Noelle Mc Laughlin 4:36:52.1 4:35:49.2 W F4094 157 Paddy Joe Gallagher 4:37:15.8 4:37:15.8 M FS95 68 Angela Trimble 4:40:01.5 4:39:51.5 W F4096 45 John Devine 4:42:46.8 4:42:41.4 M FS97 77 Anna Devine 4:43:52.8 4:43:23.2 W FS98 81 Lorraine Hyndman 4:43:52.8 4:43:22.5 W FS99 143 Elizabeth McKavanagh 4:44:54.3 4:44:54.3 W F45100 144 Martin Devlin 4:44:54.9 4:44:10.6 M F45101 52 Basil Sexton 4:47:35.1 4:46:46.9 M F40102 110 Gerard Crawford 4:48:05.6 4:47:28.4 M FS103 32 Liam Ward 4:49:38.8 4:49:19.8 M FS104 29 Frank Rogers 4:49:38.9 4:49:38.9 M F40105 59 John Geraghty 4:50:22.0 M M40106 154 Martin Lilley 4:51:21.9 4:51:12.3 M F45107 103 Marcel McCafferty 4:52:01.9 4:51:54.7 M F40108 108 Barry O’Flynn 4:52:12.7 4:51:33.0 M F50109 119 Carmel Roberts 4:52:12.9 4:51:33.7 W F40110 44 Martin Kerrigan 4:52:20.7 4:51:52.4 M F40111 104 Conor Kelly 4:54:34.1 4:54:16.1 M FS112 72 James Campbell Monaghan Town Runners 4:57:30.0 4:56:25.6 M F40113 140 Diarmuid O Leary 4:59:28.5 4:58:40.2 M FS114 26 Gail Ryan 5:00:57.9 5:00:17.0 W FS115 36 Kevin Blake 5:03:15.3 5:02:58.6 M F45116 78 Lorraine Kerr 5:03:30.1 5:02:27.9 W FS117 95 Philip McAvoy 100 Marathon Club Ireland, 5:05:02.4 5:04:50.6 M F50118 27 Martin Ryan 5:08:38.3 5:07:55.4 M FS119 9 Tanya Carson 5:08:51.7 5:08:09.6 W FS120 167 Colm McDaid 5:08:52.0 5:08:16.1 M F40121 12 Donal Mc Guinness 5:11:01.5 5:10:35.6 M FS122 16 Michelle Fookwe 5:11:23.7 5:10:18.1 W F45123 131 Sadie Mc Devitt 5:12:05.5 5:11:13.7 W F45124 66 Moya Gibbons 5:14:41.1 5:14:15.7 W F40125 97 Gillian Abraham 5:26:45.2 5:26:38.5 W FS126 107 Martin Brady 5:26:45.4 5:26:27.1 M F40127 28 Martin Browne 5:29:42.3 5:29:03.8 M F40128 142 Emmett Mc Carron 5:32:39.2 5:32:15.9 M FS129 4 Anne Rodgers Rosses A.C. 5:34:42.7 5:33:55.7 W F40130 117 Patricia O’Donnell Rosses A.C. 5:34:42.9 5:33:55.5 W FS131 85 Kevin O Neill 5:43:34.5 5:43:20.4 M F50132 145 Peter Mc Glynn Letterkenny 5:48:32.6 5:48:06.0 M RESULTS: INISHOWEN AC RUNNER WINS DONEGAL MARATHON was last modified: August 24th, 2014 by John2Share 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Donegal Recovery Services at the scene of today’s crash – DONEGALDAILY.COMA MOTORIST was able to walk away from his car after it plunged into a river in Co Donegal today.The driver was unhurt when his vehicle left the road on the Barnesmore Gap between Donegal Town and Ballybofey.Gardai and emergency services were quickly at the scene. The motorist was able to walk away from the incident.It’s understood his vehicle skidded off the road in poor conditions.The accident happened as snow and sleet in many areas of Co Donegal left main routes and secondary roads in a very poor state.“We are urging all motorists to drive with extreme caution over the next few days after a number of weather warnings have been issued,” said a Garda spokesman. Another severe storm will hit Donegal tomorrow evening and into Tuesday.Power has already been cut to 10,000 homes – 73 of those are in Glenties. MOTORIST’S MIRACLE ESCAPE AS GARDAÍ ISSUE ROADS WARNING was last modified: December 22nd, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BallybofeyBarnesmoreDonegal TownGardairiver plungeroads warning
Sinn Féin’s Matt Carthy has said that Fianna Fáil candidate Thomas Byrne is “clearly in hysterics over recent opinion polls and needs to calm down.”The Midlands Northwest candidate was responding to a statement issued by Byrne which claims that Sinn Féin wants to “turn the clock back to 1973” with regards to the EU.Cllr Carthy said: “Thomas Byrne is clearly in hysterics over recent opinion polls and has resorted to levelling misinformed attacks at me and my party. He needs to take a deep breath, calm down and stop misrepresenting my position on Europe. “People are rightly concerned about the direction that the European Union is taking and how it treats Ireland. They want a fairer deal for Ireland. They want a democratic Europe where the size of member states doesn’t impact on how they are treated. They don’t want to see further powers handed over from Ireland to Europe.“The people do not want or need another yes-man or woman in Europe. The want someone who will stand up for them and for Ireland’s interests and who will not be afraid to be a confident and critical voice.“Thomas Byrne is clearly worried about his prospects in the upcoming election. As a former Fianna Fáil backbencher he supported every cut, every tax and every attack that government levelled on ordinary people. He would be better off examining his own record than resorting to misrepresenting mine.” ELECTION 2014: “CALM DOWN, CALM DOWN” CARTHY TELLS BYRNE was last modified: May 6th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:European electionMatt CarthyThomas Byrne
Para os entusiastas do golfe, a África do Sul e um destino maravilhoso – e isto e um eufemismo. O pais usufrui de um clima ideal para passar tempo ao ar livre sob o brilhante sol africano e quando se fala de percursos, os golfistas sentem-se aqui abençoados por tanta escolha.Se gosta do desafio de um campo de golfe junto ao mar tem um imenso leque por onde escolher; mas se prefere jogar em altitude, onde as bolas voam muito mais longe, as escolhas continuam a ser muito boas.Talvez o campo de golfe mais famoso de toda a África do Sul seja o Gary Player Country Club, em Sun City, onde se realiza o Nedbank Golf Challenge, que oferece o maior premio de qualquer torneio de golfe do mundo.No entanto, existem muitos outros campos de golfe de nomeada e de classe que receberam tanto o Torneio PGA Europeu como o Sunshine Tour local, alem de outros nao menos excelentes.A África do Sul produziu alguns golfistas do mais elevado calibre, como Gary Player, Bobby Locke, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen e Trevor Immelman – todos grandes campeoes – e quando experimentar alguns dos campos que temos para lhe oferecer, vai entender o porque.Comece ja a planear o seu safari de golf!Os cinco melhores campos de golfe da África do SulLeopard CreekConsiderado o melhor campo de golfe sul africano e o 25º do mundo fora dos EUA pela Golf Digest USA, Leopard Creek esta situado na orla do mundialmente famoso Parque Nacional Kruger. O projecto de Gary Player tira vantagem da paisagem natural ao mesmo tempo que protege os jogadores com a ajuda de tecnicas inovadoras de arquitectura e paisagisticas.Gary Player Country ClubOnde se realiza o Nedbank Challenge, o Gary Player Country Club, em Sun City, na provincia do Noroeste, tem dois buracos que se classificaram na lista do Golf Online entre os 500 melhores buracos de golfe, tendo a Golf Digest USA classificado o percurso em 29º lugar do mundo fora dos EUA.Wild Coast Country ClubDesenhado pelo mundialmente famoso Robert Trent Jones, o percurso tem como pano de fundo o Oceano Indico, tornando-o de uma beleza extraordinaria – mas que castiga os que nao estao habituados a grandes irregularidades de terreno. O buraco que distingue o clube e o par-tres treze, que foi incluido entre os 500 melhores buracos do mundo pela Golf Online.Fancourt Holte, Country Club e Golf EstateSituado na pitoresca parte sul do Cabo, o campo de golfe The Links do Fancourt Hotel foi o anfitriao de um memoravel confronto na Presidents Cup 2003 (Taça do Presidente) entre os EUA e a Equipa Internacional, assim como da Taça Mundial Feminina de Golfe inaugural em 2005. Classificado 59º no mundo fora dos EUA pela Golf Digest USA, o percurso e unico na África do Sul. O projecto de Gary Player fez um conjunto absolutamente deslumbrante, com 700.000 metros cubicos de terra removida para criar um estilo tipicamente Links onde antes fora um terreno meramente plano.Durban Country ClubFoi o campo que mais Campeonatos Open Sul Africanos recebeu, com uma lista de vencedores que incluem os nomes de Gary Player, Bobby Locke, Bob Charles, Ernie Els e Tim Clark. Construido em zona pantanal rodeado de altas dunas, o percurso funde-se na paisagem que o rodeia, ondulante ao longo da costa maritima a curta distancia do Oceano Índico. A Golf Digest USA classificou-o em 62º lugar no mundo fora dos EUA e tres dos seus buracos foram incluidos na lista dos 500 top+ da Golf Online.Reporter infoSA
7 February 2011A rain delay in the final of the SA Tennis Open at Montecasino in Johannesburg proved to be no obstacle to South Africa’s Kevin Anderson in his pursuit of the cup and the US$442 500 (nearly R3.2-million) pay cheque.Anderson faced India’s Somdev Devvarman, who refused to give up without a fight. Anderson came back from a disappointing first set loss to dominate the rest of the match, making the most of his hometown advantage to finish off Devvarman 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.The win has catapulted Anderson to an all-time career high in the world rankings, moving him up 16 places from 56 to 40. Devvarman’s impressive performance throughout the tournament also earned him a jump up the charts, landing him at 80.Devvarman was responsible for ousting the remaining South African players, wild cards Rik de Voest and Izak van der Merwe, in the quarter- and semifinals respectively. He defeated De Voest 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-1 and swept through Van der Merwe’s defence 6-2, 6-4.Anderson took on Slovakian Karol Beck in Friday’s quarterfinals and made easy work of the game, finishing 6-3, 6-1. In Saturday’s semifinals, he tussled with Adrian Mannarino from France, coming back from a tie-break loss in the first set to overwhelm the Frenchman 6-7(3), 6-0, 6-4.In the doubles segment of the tournament, James Cerretani from the USA and Adil Shamasdin from Canada stood firm to take the trophy. They defeated the American duo of Scott Lipsky and Rajeev Ram 6-3, 3-6, 10-7.Source: City of Johannesburg
Tags:#New Media#news#NYT#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts marshall kirkpatrick The Knight Foundation has announced the launch of its 2009 Knight News Challenge, a contest that will award people with the best ideas for building the future of news media a total of $5 Million in support. The Challenge is riding high this year on news that a past winner, hyper-local news aggregator Everyblock, was just acquired by MSNBC.Now in its 4th year, the Knight News Challenge has funded 35 news projects so far. The rules of the contest have changed this year in response to one of the biggest complaints of the past: projects can now be submitted privately to Knight judges and not be exposed to the public at large.The way we learn about the world around us is changing fast and radically. We’re sure many of our readers have fantasized about a new type of online news project and we hope you’ll take a shot at the Knight prize. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…