Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ The Sixers also sent seldom-used guard Nik Stauskas, the No. 8 overall pick in the 2014 draft, and a 2019 second-round pick to the Nets for forward Trevor Booker. Booker, the 23rd overall pick of the 2010 draft by Washington, averaged 10.1 points with the Nets.“There is a level of toughness and versatility that interests me,” Brown said. “He’s shown that he can play, handle not play and be good people and handle himself like a pro.”Okafor gave the Sixers plenty of headaches in his rookie season out of Duke with his off-court conduct, which included his role in Boston street fight that earned him TMZ scrutiny and a two-game suspension.He was widely mocked last year for a lackadaisical defensive effort where he stood still and failed to contest shots in a game against Miami.“I think like anybody that comes into our organization, we need to defend the basketball,” Nets coach Kenny Atkinson said. “I think that will be a challenge for both of them. We need those guys to be two-way players.”ADVERTISEMENT Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Ingram’s 3-pointer lifts Lakers over 76ers LATEST STORIES Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set View comments Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Under former general manager Sam Hinkie, the Sixers orchestrated a plan to strip the roster of talent to gobble draft picks that could turn into future rotation players. Accused of tanking, the Sixers went 18-64 in 2014-15 and earned the No. 3 pick. They landed a flop instead of a future star. Okafor not only dropped behind Embiid on the depth chart, but this year was demoted behind Richaun Holmes and Amir Johnson.“It’s not easy to take a guy that was drafted third in the draft, after all the pain and strife that this organization and fan base went through, to just move away,” Colangelo said.Colangelo had no ties to Okafor and there was no secret of his desire to move him. Okafor played in 105 games (81 starts) with the Sixers and averaged 14.6 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 26.2 minutes while shooting 51.0 percent from the field“I wouldn’t say there’s regrets. I’d say there’s human disappointment,” Brown said. “We went through a lot together while he was here.”The Nets also requested waivers on guard Sean Kilpatrick. Atkinson said he was ready to help the two former first-rounders find success with the rebuilding Nets.“I think they’re coming into a strong locker room,” Atkinson said.“This trade provides us with a good opportunity to bring in two young players who were high picks in recent drafts and give them a chance to succeed in our system,” Nets general manager Sean Marks said.Booker was ready for a fresh start in Philly.“It’s been real Brooklyn . Will always have nothing but love for you. Loved my time in New York!!!” Booker tweeted Thursday night. “Philly what it do ?”The Sixers played the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Nets were in Mexico City for a game against Oklahoma City later Thursday night. Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson FILE – In this Dec. 29, 2016, file photo, Philadelphia 76ers center Jahlil Okafor (8) drives to the basket as Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert (27) defends in the first half during an NBA basketball game in Salt Lake City. A person familiar with the deal says 76ers are set to trade beleaguered center Okafor to the Brooklyn Nets. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)PHILADELPHIA — Buried on the bench in Philly, Jahlil Okafor has a chance to prove in Brooklyn he’s not a bust.Okafor got his wish when the Philadelphia 76ers finally traded the No. 3 overall pick of the 2015 draft to the Brooklyn Nets. The deal ends the stalemate that had kept Okafor on the bench for all but two games this season.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Once a prized piece of The Process, Okafor rapidly fell out of favor with the rise of star center Joel Embiid.“Love you. New beginnings,” Embiid said he texted Okafor. “Good luck. And I made sure to let him know I was going to kick his (rear).”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBrian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defenseTeam president Bryan Colangelo said he reached a deal with a team he declined to name to trade Okafor last season until it fell apart at the last minute. That led to an awkward situation where Okafor didn’t even travel with the team during the trade deadline. Okafor led the Sixers in scoring as a rookie with Embiid out with injuries. Okafor played 55 games last season and never really meshed with the franchise center. Okafor started piling up DNP-CDs and those stretched into this season, where the Sixers will chase a playoff berth without him.“He can go play basketball again,” coach Brett Brown said.
0Shares0000Saka pounced on a loose pass deep inside the United half and fed Aubameyang, who had been flagged offside, before dinking the ball past De Gea.MANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Sep 30 – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s second-half strike, awarded by VAR, denied Manchester United a much-needed win to kickstart their season as Arsenal emerged from Old Trafford with a 1-1 draw on Monday.Scott McTominay’s stunning strike to give United the lead was a rare moment of quality in a poor first-half. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men could not hold out for all three points as Aubameyang’s goal just before the hour mark was allowed to stand despite the Gabon international being initially flagged offside.United have now won just two of their last 12 Premier League games dating back to last season and sit 12 points adrift of leaders Liverpool just seven games into the campaign.A point is enough to edge Arsenal back into the top four on goal difference and maintain their three-point advantage over United, who move up to 10th.For many years the clashes between these sides were the Premier League’s marquee fixtures. United and Arsenal were the champions of England for nine consecutive seasons between 1996 and 2004.However, the fact the were facing off a Monday night because neither are in Champions League action later this week was reflected in a first 45 minutes devoid of quality.It took 28 minutes for either goalkeeper to be tested as Arsenal’s Bernd Leno saved well low to his left to deny Andreas Pereira after a solo run.United have not scored more than one goal in any match since the opening day of the season and, even against an Arsenal defence that had conceded nine goals in their last four league games, looked toothless when not afforded space to counter-attack into.Arsenal, though, played right into the hosts hands in the final five minutes of the first-half.Firstly, Marcus Rashford wasted a huge chance when played in behind by Paul Pogba’s through ball with the Gunners furiously protesting for a free-kick against the Frenchman as he dispossessed Matteo Guendouzi.Arsenal then had the chance to strike on the counter-attack themselves as from a United corner the visitors burst forward through Bukayo Saka and after his effort was palmed away by David de Gea, the Spaniard got back in position to block Guendouzi’s follow-up effort.But from the resulting corner, it was United who took the lead.Daniel James led the counter from one end of the field to the other and after his cross just evaded Rashford, the England international cut the ball back to the edge of the box where McTominay smashed into the top corner.That was the first goal United had scored a goal from open play at home in the first-half this season.But they soon needed a second as Arsenal struck back after the break thanks to VAR.Saka pounced on a loose pass deep inside the United half and fed Aubameyang, who had been flagged offside, before dinking the ball past De Gea.However, replays showed he was clearly played onside by Harry Maguire and his eighth goal of the season was allowed to stand.Seconds later, Unai Emery’s men were unlucky not to be in front when Saka’s shot from Callum Chambers’s cross was deflected just over by Victor Lindelof.Attack looked like the best form of defence for Arsenal as their backline never looked comfortable at holding out for a point.Pogba fired inches wide from the edge of the area before McTominay somehow didn’t score his second of the night with a free header six yards out from a corner.Leno produced a fine save to turn a piledriver from Maguire over as the world’s most expensive defender tried to atone for his earlier error.But the German goalkeeper’s best save of the evening came at the death as he flew to his left to turn Rashford’s powerful free-kick to safety.0Shares0000(Visited 19 times, 1 visits today)
Jurors sat impassively as the testimony became prolonged, few of them taking notes. Jayson said the abuse occurred after Wempe returned from therapy at a monastery in New Mexico where he had been treated for inappropriate behavior with boys without specific evidence of molestation. The archdiocese later assigned him to be the Catholic chaplain at the Jewish Cedars-Sinai hospital. The former priest calmly took notes in court as Jayson testified. His behavior was markedly different from last week when the jury heard from a series of seven men Wempe has admitted abusing. When they told their stories, the priest wept. 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 Wempe has admitted molesting 13 other boys in the 1970s and ’80s, including Jayson’s two brothers, but cannot be tried in those cases because the statute of limitations has expired. He has denied molesting Jayson B, however, and his lawyers say the man fabricated the charges in an effort to seek vengeance for his brothers. Jayson came forward three months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a law allowing the statute of limitations to be extended in sex-crimes cases involving children. Wempe, 66, is the first priest from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles to be tried on new charges after being freed by the 2003 Supreme Court ruling. As Deputy District Attorney Todd Hicks sought intimate details about the alleged assaults, Jayson covered his face and sobbed. Before every answer, he took long gulps of air and covered his eyes with his hand. “I don’t like talking about this,” he said. “I didn’t want anyone to know about this and now I’m talking about it in front of all these people.” A man who claims he was sexually abused by a priest in the 1990s cried for most of three hours on the witness stand Monday, declaring at one point, “I didn’t want anyone to know about this.” The 26-year-old witness, identified as Jayson B., described five instances of sexual abuse he said Michael Wempe subjected him to. He said they took place about a year apart, once at Wempe’s office at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and other times in parking garages in Wempe’s car. He said he didn’t tell anyone what had happened, adding that Wempe’s long-standing relationship with his family made him a figure of trust. “It was Father Mike. It was difficult to think anything he could do was wrong,” he testified during his second day on the witness stand.
A storm out of the Gulf of Alaska is expected to bring Southern California two more days of intermittent rainfall, prompting the National Weather Service to warn of possible flash flooding. Some rain fell Monday morning in parts of the Southland – including the Pasadena area, Catalina island and in spots throughout the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys. It was expected to turn heavy overnight, according to the National Weather Service. The NWS issued a Flash Flood Warning for Los Angeles County valleys and mountains through Wednesday morning. The late-season storm is expected to produce 1-3 inches of rain in coastal areas and 3-5 inches in the foothills and mountains, with some areas getting as much as 7 inches, according to the National Weather Service. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventDowntown Los Angeles has received a little more than 10 inches since July 1 – about 2
IT’S one of the best races in the summer road race calendar and today saw runners from Derry take the first seven places in the annual Danny McDaid 15k in Letterkenny.City of Derry’s Declan Reid pipped clubmate and previous winner Greg Roberts to the honours.Danny Mc Daid 15k 2012 Results below: Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 124 48.04 Declan Reid SM City Of Derry2 39 48.07 Greg Roberts SM City Of Derry3 127 50.04 Emmet Mc Ginty SM City Of Derry 4 129 50.11 Noel Logan SM City Of Derry5 52 51.29 Pius Mc Intyre SM Foyle Valley6 117 51.34 Paddy Doherty SM City Of Derry7 93 52.14 James Brown M40 City Of Derry8 172 52.19 Chris Johnston SM Letterkenny A C 9 61 52.20 Pauric Mc Kinney M45 Letterkenny A C10 47 53.00 Chris Mc Guinness SM Finn Valley A C11 115 53.08 Kieran Hurley SM City Of Derry12 82 53.13 Sean Mc Devitt M40 Individual 13 116 53.35 Paul Mc Cafferty M40 City Of Derry14 40 53.42 Paul Ward M40 Tír Chonaill A C15 33 53.45 Brian Crossan SM Individual16 128 53.52 Damien Mc Ginty M50 City Of Derry17 73 54.18 Paul Mc Glinchey SM Letterkenny A C18 68 55.37 Aidan Callaghan SM 24/7 Triathlon19 48 55.49 Garry Slevin SM City Of Derry20 103 56.35 Kieran Crawford SM Letterkenny A C21 125 57.04 James Crampsey M40 City Of Derry22 76 57.40 Joe English M50 Letterkenny A C23 97 57.40 Martin Mooney SM Inishowen A C24 170 58.11 Dwain Robb SM Inishowen A C25 166 58.18 Christopher Mc Ginley SM Inishowen A C26 72 58.22 Padraig Friel SM Letterkenny A C27 118 58.22 Bill Duncan M45 City Of Derry28 31 58.43 Keith Downey M40 Skerries29 16 58.48 Kevin Curran SM Sportsworld30 119 58.53 Kevin Connolly SM Lifford A C12 August Page 1 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club31 171 59.01 Brendan Murphy SM City Of Derry32 141 59.17 Jason King M40 Letterkenny A C33 112 59.25 Brian Rodgers SM Dunshaughlin34 14 59.50 John Duffy M45 Shettleston Harriers35 185 60.01 Gareth Mc Laughlin SM Inishowen A C36 186 60.18 Seamie Ferry M40 Individual37 231 60.26 Michael Kelly SM United Health Care38 146 60.30 Seamus White SM Individual39 235 60.30 Hugh Duffy SM Cranford A C40 19 60.40 Malcolm Mc Gee SM Inishowen A C41 132 60.41 Tom Thompson M40 Finn Valley A C42 15 60.43 Barry Meehan SM Letterkenny A C43 109 60.55 Michael Black SM Letterkenny A C44 134 60.55 John Daly M40 Letterkenny A C45 44 61.01 Natasha Adams SW Lifford A C46 190 61.26 Sheila Regan SW Letterkenny A C47 142 62.04 Garvan Doherty SM Foyle Valley48 12 62.11 Kevin Toner M60 Letterkenny A C49 45 62.16 Ann Marie Mc Glynn SW Lifford A C50 20 62.26 Ben George SM Letterkenny A C51 5 62.28 Kieran O Donnell M40 Letterkenny A C52 43 62.47 Marrtin Devenney SM Lifford A C53 155 63.00 Collie Doherty SM Foyle Valley54 78 63.05 James Gibbons M50 Finn Valley A C55 144 63.30 Helen White W45 Sportsworld56 8 63.37 Maurice Sharkey SM Lifford A C57 265 63.45 Sean Dudgeon SM Lifford A C58 18 63.57 Chriisty Mc Monagle M60 City Of Derry59 51 63.58 Darragh Crossan SM Lifford A C60 84 64.18 Hugh Daly SM Letterkenny A C61 271 64.20 Paul Murray SM Individual62 111 64.21 John Paul Wilson SM Rosses A.C.12 August Page 2 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club63 255 64.23 Adrian Toye SM Individual64 69 64.23 Kieran Coyle SM United Health Care65 264 64.24 Roisin Ni Dhuibhir SW Individual66 148 64.26 Dennis Bonnar M40 Individual67 64 64.28 Kieran Mc Monagle SM United Health Care68 151 64.42 Gary Gallagher SM Lifford A C69 203 64.45 Aidan Fries SM Individual70 184 64.46 Paul Mc Monagle SM Letterkenny A C71 163 64.48 Raymond Birch SM Individual72 176 64.52 Alan O Mahoney SM 24/7 Triathlon73 177 64.53 Sean Mor Doherty SM Inishowen A C74 162 64.56 Catherine Lilburn SW City Of Derry75 49 65.08 Dennis Shiels M40 24/7 Triathlon76 270 65.14 Stewart Mc Gee SM Individual77 85 65.24 Mick Harkin M40 Inishowen A C78 192 65.30 Paul Matthews SM New Bridge A.C.79 236 65.43 Marie Boyle SW Letterkenny A C80 259 66.06 Trevor Doherty SM Individual81 35 66.08 Thomas Doherty M50 Individual82 179 66.08 Paul Dillon SM Individual83 99 66.19 Michael Mc Hugh SM Individual84 75 66.25 Paul O Gara M40 24/7 Triathlon85 267 66.39 Aidan Mc Kenna M40 Letterkenny A C86 149 66.55 Paul Mc Gettigan SM Individual87 130 67.03 John Conlon SM Individual88 60 67.30 Sara Marie Doherty SW Inishowen A C89 165 67.38 Seamus Rodgers M40 Letterkenny A C90 237 67.51 Darren Beecroft M45 Individual91 70 68.08 Vinny Hegarty SM Inishowen A C92 9 68.10 Philomena Gallagher W40 Tír Chonaill A C93 59 68.18 Gerard Mullen SM Letterkenny A C94 6 68.22 Richard Raymond M50 Letterkenny A C12 August Page 3 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club95 63 68.26 Eugene Gallen M40 Lifford A C96 10 68.28 Claire Keenan-Devenney SW Finn Valley A C97 65 68.34 Gabriel Mc Crossan M45 Letterkenny A C98 260 68.40 Paul Cosgrove M45 Letterkenny A C99 67 68.42 Alan Orr SM Individual100 113 68.44 Shaun Mc Laughlin SM Inishowen A C101 153 68.44 Michael Donaghey M45 Inishowen A C102 263 68.57 Martin Anderson M45 Finn Valley A C103 56 68.58 Paul Kelly M40 Individual104 262 69.05 Tony Grant M50 Foyle Valley105 126 69.10 Leslie Hare SM Individual106 232 69.15 Darren Price SM Individual107 121 69.24 Linda Ward W45 Tír Chonaill A C108 258 69.44 P J Friel M45 Individual109 238 69.46 John Carton M45 Foyle Valley110 254 70.00 Seamus Nallen SM Individual111 94 70.19 Kieran Bovaird M40 Individual112 200 70.24 Geoff Turtle M45 Individual113 17 70.25 John O Doherty SM Individual114 274 70.27 Terence Gallagher M40 Individual115 174 70.37 Phil Boyle M40 Letterkenny A C116 158 70.41 Martin O Donnell M40 Individual117 233 71.14 Shane Keaveney SM Individual118 229 71.36 Odhran Mc Gowan SM Individual119 4 71.40 John Mc Gettigan SM Individual120 160 71.41 Sean O Leary M50 Finn Valley A C121 37 71.48 Mark Mc Gowan M40 Tír Chonaill A C122 168 71.51 Sheila Doherty SW Inishowen A C123 206 72.06 Cathal Gorman M40 Individual124 24 72.07 Kevin Mc Menamin SM Lifford A C125 131 72.07 Michael Roulston M50 Lifford A C126 157 72.14 James Doherty M60 Individual12 August Page 4 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club127 98 72.21 Kieran Mc Hugh SM Individual128 202 72.22 Enda Kelly SM Individual129 53 72.23 Paul Friel M45 Individual130 86 72.25 Sylvester Hiemstra M40 Milford A C131 133 72.35 Bill Vaughan M45 Individual132 195 72.37 Michael Madden SM Individual133 139 72.41 Hugh O Donnell M50 Individual134 88 72.48 Caroline Spratt SW Tír Chonaill A C135 204 72.51 Brian Mc Monagle SM Letterkenny A C136 92 73.05 Michael Mc Menamin SM Finn Valley A C137 11 73.06 Gloria Donaghey W50 Finn Valley A C138 34 73.31 John Sweeney M45 Individual139 268 73.46 Noel Lynch M40 Letterkenny A C140 74 74.05 Mark O Kane SM Letterkenny A C141 3 74.19 Mary Hippsley W40 Finn Valley A C142 91 74.22 Mark Mc Kelvey SM Individual143 175 74.31 Vince Boyle M40 Craughwell A.C.144 180 74.48 Francis Diver M45 Individual145 156 74.49 Paul Mc Menamin M45 Individual146 275 74.53 Seamus Diver M40 Individual147 196 74.57 Helen Mc Cready SW Rosses A.C.148 108 74.58 Thomas Cullen SM Individual149 266 75.01 David Doherty M40 Individual150 106 75.02 Aideen Mc Laughlin W45 Inishowen A C151 269 75.14 Margaret Sheils W40 Letterkenny A C152 152 75.17 Danny Burns M60 Lifford A C153 182 75.24 Chris Carr SM Individual154 193 75.29 Conan Mc Dermot SM Individual155 55 75.45 Hugh Doherty SM Lifford A C156 89 75.51 Maura O Brady W45 Individual157 145 76.26 Kevin Gallagher SM Individual158 198 76.30 Amanda Mc Nulty SW Letterkenny A C12 August Page 5 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club159 50 76.49 Tracy Harley W40 Inishowen A C160 66 77.13 Ann Donaghue W50 Tír Chonaill A C161 77 77.19 Eric Pierce M50 Individual162 71 77.20 Josephine Cunningham SW Inishowen A C163 101 77.26 Grainne Gallagher SW Inishowen A C164 100 77.30 Ruth Doherty SW Inishowen A C165 120 77.42 Loreto Cullen W45 Tír Chonaill A C166 81 77.53 Eileen Ward W40 Tír Chonaill A C167 36 78.04 Sinead Mc Gowan SW Tír Chonaill A C168 46 78.08 Vera Perry SW Individual169 80 78.12 Bernadette Mc Neely W50 Tír Chonaill A C170 187 78.26 Laura Moore SW Individual171 201 79.17 Phillip Nicholson SM Individual172 164 79.33 Gareth Mc Kane SM Individual173 114 79.37 Leon Faulkner SW Foyle Valley174 230 79.43 Conor Doherty SM Individual175 83 79.48 Emily Bonner SW Individual176 197 80.06 Jim Hiines M60 Finn Valley A C177 207 80.15 Noel Boyd SM Individual178 13 80.17 Vivian Frazer W45 KirkiNcillian City179 54 80.34 Grace Friel W45 Individual180 96 80.34 Martin Mc Ginley M40 Individual181 261 80.41 Gavin Harris SM 24/7 Triathlon182 123 80.54 Michelle Hunter SW Individual183 57 81.34 Garvan Boyce M40 Individual184 181 81.41 Orla Mallan SW Individual185 169 81.56 John Doherty M45 Individual186 95 82.05 Patricia Orsi W45 Individual187 42 82.14 Hugo Blake M50 Individual188 107 82.27 Linda Mc Daid SW Inishowen A C189 208 82.42 Rosanne Boyd SW Individual190 154 83.04 Naoise Enright SM Individual12 August Page 6 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club191 228 83.08 Kevin Blake M40 Individual192 161 83.15 Cathy Harvey W45 Individual193 189 83.24 Kate Foy SW Individual194 159 83.31 Ruth Mc Crudden W45 Individual195 191 84.15 Gary Duffy M40 Individual196 188 84.38 Joanne Mc Colgan SW Inishowen A C197 2 85.05 Pearce Enright M45 Individual198 122 85.46 James Campbell SM Monaghan Town199 87 86.46 Henry Sproule SM Finn Valley A C200 136 86.51 Declan Friel SM Milford A C201 173 87.12 James Connors SM Individual202 273 87.37 Rosaleen Doherty SW Letterkenny A C203 79 87.55 Louise Duddy SW Individual204 234 87.56 Liz Gallagher W40 Individual205 167 87.59 Catherine Logue SW Lifford A C206 194 88.04 Wesley Mc Kane SM Finn Valley A C207 41 88.12 Imelda Gallagher W40 Individual208 257 88.13 Mary Van Ruivan SW Individual209 140 88.14 Declan Mc Callion M45 Lifford A C210 22 88.39 Deborah Conroy SW Lifford A C211 105 88.40 Mia Coyle SW Lifford A C212 27 88.40 Carmel Colhoun W40 Lifford A C213 253 88.45 Elaine Mc Bride SW Individual214 38 88.49 Condy Doherty M60 Individual215 256 88.57 Dorothy Mc Hugh SW Individual216 199 89.35 Catriona Doherty SW Inishowen A C217 135 90.31 James Smyth M50 Individual218 272 92.28 Sophie Kelly SW Individual219 137 92.44 Eileen Doogan W40 Individual220 143 93.17 Liam Mc Laughlin M50 Individual221 138 93.17 Joanne Mc Bride SW Individual222 150 94.07 Aine Doherty SW Individual12 August Page 7 of 8 Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club223 62 94.34 James Mc Erlane M45 Individual224 178 94.36 Mary T Galagher SW Individual225 147 94.36 Annette Sweeney SW Individual226 110 97.16 Rhonda Mc Colgan SW Inishowen A C227 26 97.16 Oonagh Harkin SW Inishowen A C228 104 100.59 Lorna O Donnell W40 Individual229 58 100.59 Michelle Green W40 Individual230 90 105.29 Bernie Molloy SW Individual231 102 105.54 Martina Callaghan SW Inishowen A C232 25 107.43 Lyndsey Harding SW Inishowen A CTotal Runners: 23212 August Page 8 of 8RESULTS: CITY OF DERRY’S REID WINS DANNY MCDAID 15K was last modified: August 12th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:RESULTS: CITY OF DERRY’S REID WINS DANNY MCDAID 15K
AIDAN GUTHRIE’S DRUMKEEN NOTESFundraising DanceA dance will be held in St. Patrick’s hall Drumkeen this Thurs 23rd Feb from 9pm till late. Music by The Johnny Haughey Band. All proceeds towards the recent refurbishment to the parish hall. Refreshments served. Great night’s entertainment guaranteed. All welcome. St. Patrick’s NS New Entrants 2012Enrolment day for Scoil Phadraig Drumkeen is the 16th March 2012 from 12 noon to 2.30p.mNoreen from BC Embroidery will be available in the school with a sample of our school uniform to try on. Orders and payment will be accepted on the same day. All forms will be available for parents to fill in on the day. Please bring your Childs birth cert, Baptismal cert and PPS number. The children will be given the opportunity to see their class room and to meet their teacher.If you are unable to make it on this date please do not hesitate to call into the office Mon to Fri between 9.30 and 2.30 to pick up your enrolment pack.Dangerous BendCllr Cora Harvey has asked us to relay she has received a letter with over 25 signatures from residents in Drumkeen regarding a dangerous bend in the Lettermore area. She will be meeting Road Engineers in the coming weeks to discuss same.Charlie Daly & H-Block Martyrs Sinn Féin Cumann DrumkeenLotto Results 15th Feb 04, 09, 18, 22. No jackpot winner 1 match 3 No’s. €100 Damian Deasley, Drumkeen. Next Week’s Jackpot €2,450 Tickets from any committee member€2 Thanks to everyone for their continued support. Coffee MorningThe Mc Daid family Listillion Letterkenny wish to thank all who donated money for the coffee morning in aid of the Martlets Hospice Hove Brighton England in memory of the late Stephen Mc Daid. Amount raised £1,250 Thank you all so much for your support.Tyrconnel Martyrs Flute BandPractice every Tues @ 7pm in the parish hall. Learn to play the flute or drum. New members always welcome. Contact Patrick on 086 2366004 for details or just turn up on the night. Youth ClubYouth Club leaders for Fri 24th Feb 7.30 pm – 9.30pm Aidan Guthrie, Sandra Kennedy New contact details for the youth club areemail firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile No; 086 7225412St Marys GAA NotesLotto results for 14/02/12 CE, FH , KK, LK One winner €100 Joe Blake Convoy Next weeks jackpot €4000Training sat morning for u 14 girls 10 – 11am and u8 -u12 boys and girls 11 – 12 noon bring your own drink pleaseThanks to all who helped in any way with the bag pack well doneTickets available from any committee member for our big Development Draw that takes place 8th April in Mannies Bar Convoy €10 for 1 or€20 for book of 3. Ticket sellers will be around over the next few weeks thanks again to everyone for their continued supportClub membership is now due €20 adults and €3 for u18Mens training Tues Ladies and Minor Training Tuesday at 6 30 and Sun Morning at 10am. Gaelic For Mothers and others Training on Wed at 8.15 new members welcome come along and join the fun.Drumkeen UtdOur 35th Anniversary Free Members draw will take place in Jameson’s bar on Fri 4th May 2012.18 prizes to be won. Tickets €10 each or 3 for €20. All proceeds in aid of new Astro Turf training pitch. Tickets available from any club member or at the clubhouse (074 9134208)Parish HallAnyone wishing to book the hall should contact Charlie Quinn on 91/34010 or 087 7728608Birthdays, Anniversaries etc.Is there something happening in the area you think should be highlighted or if anyone would like a birthday or anniversary mentioned in the notes, also any photo’s you would like published please feel free to email them to email@example.comDrumkeen NotesAnyone wishing to have material included firstname.lastname@example.org (Deadline Sun @ 6pm)LOCAL NEWS: AIDAN GUTHRIE’S DRUMKEEN NOTES was last modified: February 19th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:LOCAL NEWS: AIDAN GUTHRIE’S DRUMKEEN NOTES
A judge has said it was wrong to grant bail to a man who has terrorised his ex-partner after being released by the courts.Former county councillor Gareth ReidFormer Donegal County Councillor Gareth Reid appeared in court yesterday as part of long-running court battle. Reid, of Lawndale, Ballybofey, has broken a barring order against his ex-partner on numerous occasions despite being warned to stay away from her.His case was adjourned to yesterday at Letterkenny District Court for a probation report.A previous sitting of the court heard how Reid warned his ex-partner he would ‘put a bullet between her eyes’ after they had a row.Judge Paul Kelly said he was gravely concerned at the content in the probation report.He said Reid was blaming others instead of taking responsibility for his actions and also has serious questions about his attitude.“I’m concerned about his behaviour and he really needs to address the concerns the court has,” said Judge Kelly.The court was told Reid currently signs on at his local Garda station three times a week but this was reduced to just one signing.Solicitor Kieran Dillon said his client had also surrendered his passport and was requesting it back so he could attend a friend’s stag party in the UK.Judge Kelly granted the application and said he could have the passport from today but must return it on July 21st.He adjourned the case until January next year.JUDGE SAYS IT WAS WRONG TO GRANT BAIL TO FORMER COUNTY COUNCILLOR was last modified: July 18th, 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:county councillordonegalGareth ReidJudge Paul Kelly
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Whatever the circumstances of Tracy’s and the Dodgers’ agreeing to part ways over the proverbial “philosophical differences,” however much you think the time for this had come, Monday’s development is the darkest sign yet of the franchise’s recent dysfunction. Call it a parting shot, maybe, when Tracy told reporters one of the reasons he couldn’t envision managing the final year of a contract that was to have run through 2006. “I think anything is fixable,” Tracy said of the team, tossed by changes and torn by injuries, that finished 2005 in fourth place with a 71-91 record. “Can it be done overnight? Can it be done in one season? I don’t know if the answer to that is yes.” Tracy’s agreed-to departure could be seen coming since he was given such a short and low-budget contract extension last winter. The best recent clue came last week, when DePodesta was quoted saying he faced a tough decision on whether to grant Tracy his wish for a contract extension. Hard to imagine the Dodgers then calling a news conference to slap Tracy on the back and say, “It was a tough decision. Now go get ’em next season.” So they set up a telephone conference call Monday evening so that first DePodesta and then Tracy could give their versions of events. A good manager is out. That’s Jim Tracy, who won 90 games with the Dodgers twice, who got the club its first playoff victory since the ’80s, who as of midsummer had a better lifetime record than the World Series manager down the interstate. An unproven (the polite adjective) general manager is in deeper than ever. That’s Paul DePodesta, who tore up last year’s division-winning Dodgers roster with so-far painful results. On this, at least, it seems they agree: These two smart and likable men couldn’t get in step on some pretty important matters, such as which players to put in uniform and in the lineup. As Tracy said, pointedly enough, time will tell “if the philosophy in place is correct.” Did Tracy’s refusal to bend to DePodesta’s plan stand in the way of better results for the GM hired before the 2004 season? Did DePodesta’s refusal to give Tracy the players he wanted cramp the style of the manager who arrived as “Jim Who?” to replace Davey Johnson in the winter before 2001? Whatever, the immediate result is that one part of the Dodgers that was respected around the baseball world – Tracy – is gone. One part that has a lot to prove – DePodesta – now holds the future of Frank McCourt’s team entirely in his young hands. DePodesta said he didn’t fire Tracy. He said he didn’t blame Tracy for the Dodgers’ terrible season. “These differences exist whether we won 71 games or 95,” DePodesta said, going on to call Tracy “a terrific manager.” But apparently DePodesta is confident he knows better than that terrific manager. We’ll see. Tracy was immensely well-prepared, always grinding to plug imperfect players into spots where they could succeed. He made Jolbert Cabrera a contributor, made Alex Cora a local star, made Eric Gagne a closer and watched him win the Cy Young Award. He couldn’t do as much with Hee-Seop Choi as DePodesta hoped. That will be the task for the next man to sit in Tommy Lasorda’s office. Tracy has earned the chance to do it his way somewhere else, and he’s pretty certain to get it soon. DePodesta is still trying to show that his way works. I suppose the test is who wins the pennant first, Tracy’s next club or the Dodgers. Your guess? Kevin Modesti’s column appears in the Daily News three days a week. He can be reached at email@example.com. 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 MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week “We have to show people that we aren’t doing this just on some whim,” the former Hart High and UCLA standout third baseman said the other day from his Thousand Oaks home. “It’s our intent to build a real business out of this.” By the time he ended his 15-year major-league career in 2004, which included a short stop with the Dodgers among his 11 employers, Zeile already had a pretty good idea that he’d make a segue into the entertainment field. He had been around the business for years, going back to when he was courting future wife Julianne McNamara before she was an Olympic gold-medal winning gymnast at UCLA. She had development deals with Universal, where she went on to do TV and film. Zeile developed his own deals, with friends in the most unlikely of high places. Such as Tom Sherak, who runs Revolution Studios and was an executive at Fox when that company owned the Dodgers and Zeile played for them. One of his neighborhood friends was Bill Civitella, who was in the music side of things and helped form the partnership for Green Dianmond. Even better, Zeile knew if he was to make something happen, he could rely on some reliable investors who had nice stock portfolios. Take Jason Giambi, the New York Yankees first baseman who is listed in the credits of “Dirty Deeds” as the executive producer. Mike Piazza, Al Leiter, Cliff Floyd, Tom Glavine and Robin Ventura also tossed some cash into the hat, and Kevin Millar, who played a year with Zeile at Hart High way back when, is soon coming on board. With that kind of star power, Zeile’s company created some instant buzz for an independent movie that really didn’t receive great reviews from the critics, nor did it generate much in the way of box office revenue – about $150,000 to date in limited release, although enough to pay the bills. But Zeile was able to promote it by doing TV and radio sports talk shows, to make the public aware of what was going on through word of mouth. He also used the “Dirty Deeds” New York premiere earlier this month as a fundraiser for victims of Hurricane Katrina, and has stayed in release these days in Chicago, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas, as well as some parts of L.A. Through this process, which involved keeping as much in-house as possible – from filming to editing to distribution and marketing – he discovered that with a limited budget and a reasonable time schedule, his company could crank out a very credible product that would serve as a calling card for future endeavors. The learning curve continues. And Hollywood producer Zeile is confident his company, which includes wife Julianne as an executive producer, can hit the curveballs that come their way. “I knew that with the baseball connection, we’d at least open some doors, but the novelty of a bunch of players involved in a movie only works once,” admits Zeile, who has been a venture capitalist in corporate aviation and real estate development before. “And we definitely took advantage of it, getting a lot of free publicity. That was part of the strategy. But the next time, there’s nothing novel about it, we’ll only be judged if the movie is good. “We’ve put ourselves out there. I think we’ve shown that we can be more than just one and out.” The next two projects for Green Diamond are very different from the first. One is a suspense drama set in 1877 Mexico that’s been written by Ben Younger, a rising star in the business who just wrote and directed “Prime” with Uma Thurman and Meryl Streep that comes out next weekend. Another potential film that could be done with Lions Gate Entertainment has the tentative title “Hello, My Name Is Jason Scott,” a quirky comedy that’s more like something the Cohen Brothers would put out. As soon as it became known that Zeile was serious about making movies, he said he started receiving script treatments from all over the place. Many were even baseball-related. Zeile would like to dip into sports movies, but he has to be extra careful about giving the green light to such a film. “We do have a couple of sports movies down the line, but it’s too early to know exactly where they’ll go,” said Zeile, who adds that he may consider ducking in as a bit actor if the role is fun enough, as it was playing the homeless man Mullet in “Dirty Deeds.” “We have one with baseball as a backstory that could work. But we all know sports movies are really hit and miss. I probably got about 50 scripts about baseball movies already. I know a lot of them were good stories, but with me, they have to be authentic and credible.” Just as when he played, Zeile can sit back and wait for the right pitch. Tom Hoffarth can be reached at (818) 713-3661 and firstname.lastname@example.org. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! If he’s going to end up as a movie mogul, Todd Zeile would rather be the real deal instead of some wanna-be de Mille. The process starts with planting his production company’s offices, Green Diamond Entertainment, in the heart of Hollywood, on Sunset and Fairfax. It involves doing lunches and making connections so that his first film, the teen comedy called “Dirty Deeds,” makes it into the right markets and then onto video and DVD by early next year. Then there’s the process of restoring some of the scenes that had to be deleted to get it from a “soft R-rating” to a PG-13 so that the target audience of kids 12-to-17 could actually view it in the theatres. It’s also being able to look ahead to optioning the right scripts, networking with the best distributors for domestic and overseas releases, structuring budgets, and becoming the can-do person by putting the right people in the right places.
Donegal woman, cancer survivor and adaptive adventurer Nikki Bradley has set a new record this weekend as the first crutch user to complete the 4 Peak Challenge.The 32-year-old and her team have successfully climbed 4 of Ireland’s most iconic mountains in 24 hours, driving around the country through night and day on a whirlwind adventure for three charities – The Irish Cancer Society, Action Cancer and The Ross Nugent Foundation.The four climbers were greeted by friends and family for an emotional celebration at the foot of Errigal on Sunday afternoon. Now that it is all done, Nikki admits that she still hasn’t fully grasped the events of the weekend.“I’m still feeling the adrenaline from it all,” Nikki told Donegal Woman.“I’m so proud of the team, more than anything I did myself, this really was a team effort. The guys literally had to climb all the mountains with me, drive, navigate and support me when I needed them.”4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain MillerThe 4 Peaks team was comprised of Irish Army soldier Billy Fanneran, Mountaineer Iain Miller and Nikki’s boyfriend Ian Parke, who Nikki says, ‘has a level of natural fitness I don’t think I’ve ever seen before’. The weekend was full of literal and emotional highs and lows for the team. Setting out at 6am from Kerry, they scaled Carrauntoohil before heading to Croagh Patrick in Co. Mayo, then on to Slieve Donard to climb through the night until their final summit on Errigal.4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain Miller“Coming down Slieve Donard was a low point for me,” said Nikki, “My hip had started getting quite sore, simply because of how loose it is and the severity of the nerve damage.”“It loosened on the way down Croagh Patrick and again on Slieve Donard. That made the descent feel very long and painful for me.”The 4 Peaks team set out for Slieve Donard at 3am on Sunday morning, leaving their van in complete darkness.Nikki said: “At this time all you want to do is sleep, but you just have to put on your head torch and head into the forest. “One of the best moments was on Slieve Donard too. The view on the way up was absolutely incredible. You are above the clouds and it is an incredible sight.”4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain MillerBy the time they reached Donegal, the exhaustion and emotions were having an impact, but a support team at the foot of the mountain gave Nikki a great boost.Crowds who had gathered for the Seven Sisters Mountain Trail Marathon gave a round of applause to the team and formed a guard of honour for their final ascent.“Coming back down the mountain I saw my family and friends with banners and I felt a mixture of pride, completely raw emotion… and a little bit of embarrassment!” 4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain MillerRepresentatives from the Ross Nugent Foundation and the Irish Cancer Society came out to show their support at the final peak.“We had some amazing acts of kindness along the way which helped us so much. I knew the people of Ireland were good, but I didn’t know just how good they are when you need them most,” Nikki said.Nikki’s boyfriend Ian presented her with a bespoke plaque using stone from the four mountains to remember the challenge forever.“It was the most touching gesture. Ian was with me through the dark times, the training and the whole journey. What more could you want in a partner,” Nikki said.4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain MillerThe challenge is another triumph for Nikki as she affirms her message of the importance of exercise for rehabilitation. Through her campaign ‘Fighting Fit for Ewing’s’, Nikki sets tough challenges for herself as a way of inspiring others.Nikki’s unstoppable nature is not going to slow down just yet. She might not have the desire to tackle any more mountains for a while, but she will continue fundraising and work with others on charity events to increase the total.“For now I’m going to enjoy being on the ground – flat ground!”If you would like to donate to the 4 Peaks Challenge, visit: www.gofundme.com/4peaks4 Peak Challenge. Photo by Iain MillerInspirational Nikki and team conquer the 4 Peak Challenge was last modified: July 23rd, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:4 peak challengechallengecharitynikki bradley