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Durham proud of ‘game-changer’ Hugnatan, Amer

first_imgJake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson 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 It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny “It’s a lot easier to get to the rim and Ginebra’s a big team so now they have to pick their poison,” said Durham who finished with 28 points and 18 rebounds. “They would either help under the basket or we would stretch them out.”Durham was left open underneath when Aguilar closed out on Hugnatan at the top of the key and that allowed the Meralcoveteran to pass to his teammate underneath for the layup with 47 seconds left in the game.Hugnatan’s ploy of stretching the floor gave him 14 points, 12 of which came from deep.“Papa Rey has been doing it for years and years and years, I don’t even know how many years he’s been doing it,” joked Durham. “He’s really helping us a lot and he’s a game-changer for us.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next MOST READ LATEST STORIES Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set And Durham couldn’t help but admire Amer and Hugnatan for their efforts in bailing the Bolts out en route to tying the series at 2-2.“Baser, I just told him to keep playing, keep playing, and keep shooting,” said Durham of Baser Friday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogAmer had struggled in the two games prior to Game 4 as he went a combined 5-of-19, including a 0-of-6 performance in Game 3.All that, however, became an afterthought when Amer knocked down a booming triple that gave Meralco an 83-81 lead with 1:18 remaining in the fourth. Cone rues missed timeout in Ginebra’s final possession “I had four guys on me and he [Amer] was wide open and I just had to trust in him and just passed him the ball and he knocked it down. They said Chris Ross was the Most Improved Player, but if I had a vote, I would have given it to Baser that’s for sure.”“He made the biggest play of the game, he made that three and I’m proud of him.”And if Baser made a bailout shot late in the game, Hugnatan practically made life easier for Durham for more than 30 minutes.Hugnatan logged more than 31 minutes of play and in the time that he and Durham shared the floor, the Bolts’ import had the luxury of playing in a wide paint.The 38-year-old Hugnatan was Meralco’s stretch 4 and he baited Ginebra’s opposing big men, namely Joe Devance and Japeth Aguilar, to guard him outside instead of providing help in the middle.ADVERTISEMENT Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAllen Durham may have been the focal point of Meralco’s offense on Game 4 against Ginebra in the PBA Governors’ Cup finals, but the Bolts needed a couple more players to get the 85-83 victory.First was Baser Amer, who made a crucial three-pointer, and then it was Reynel Hugnatan who dished the clutch assist to Durham that led to the game’s final score.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

PBA: Bolts end 3-game slide, rip Picanto

first_img‘Enjoy hell:’ Doctor’s sentence next for assaulting gymnasts 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 Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMeralco bounced back and whipped Kia, 105-76, to snap a three-game skid in the 2018 PBA Philippine Cup Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The Bolts pulled away in the second quarter, where they outscored the Picanto, 33-20.ADVERTISEMENT Newsome sets focus on helping Bolts open new PBA season on right track Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Nonito Donaire vs Naoya Inoue is BWAA 2019 Fight of the Year Michael Porter Jr. stays patient as playing time increases OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Niño Canaleta led the way for Meralco with 17 points, 12 of which came in the first half. The Bolts (2-3) got back on track after absorbing a 99-81 blowout loss at the hands of TNT on Sunday.“It was nice to see my players play with a lot more effort tonight and play with a little bit more purpose on defense right from the very start and it carried over the entire game,” said Meralco head coach Norman Black.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk“I just thought we just had so much effort and energy tonight than we displayed last game against Talk N’ Text and hopefully that will continue in the future games,” Black added.The Bolts limited the Picanto to below 20 points in each of the last three quarters while also hitting on all cylinders to break the game wide open. MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Canaleta made four 3-pointers while Baser Amer and Jared Dillinger had three triples each as Meralco shot 44% from downtown and 51% from the field overall.Dillinger finished with 13 points, including a 3-pointer that made it, 97-65, with 3:25 remaining.Kia was back to its old self after snapping a 16-game slide on Saturday at the expense of Rain or Shine.The Picanto played sloppy and just struggled to break the Bolts defense. they shot only 33% from the field and had 16 turnovers, six more than their assists total.Rashawn McCarthy scored 17 points for Kia, which stayed at the bottom of the standings with a 1-5 card.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Almazan vows to comeback stronger after finals heartbreak OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View commentslast_img read more

City businesses need sanitation certificate

first_img…or face closure – M&CC Town Clerk Royston King has announced that all businesses operating in the city of Georgetown would be required to have a sanitation certificate from the City’s Public Health Department or face the risk of having their operations shut down until they are in full compliance.During an interview with <<>>, King said the new sanitation certificate is a requirement of the Guyana Revenue Authority for the issuance of business licences. He added that the certificate would allow patrons to know the businesses are in full compliance with the city’s public health standard.“All businesses operating within the city of Georgetown are now required to have sanitation certificates from the Public Health Department before they can properly carry on business within the city. We know that GRA is now requesting this certificate before they issue any licences to businesses,” he said.According to King, the sanitation certificate is to verify that inspectors have inspected the premises for proper washrooms and other facilities “and no business would be permitted to operate in the city unless they can show a certificate from our Public Health Department saying that we have inspected and found these things to be in good order.”King further stated that some businesses have already started applying for the Sanitation Certificates adding that they are now putting all businesses on notice that they must ensure compliance or risk closure. He added that it would allow City Hall to check on the statutes of businesses to ensure that they are paying their general rates to the council. “Some businesses have already started applying for it and we are now putting all businesses on notice that they must have the Sanitation Certificate before they operate. This would allow us to check on the statutes of businesses to ensure that they are paying their general rates to the Council. We have people who are operating in the city, doing business in the city and they are not paying their rates and it is wrong. Businesses must also pay their due to the city,” King noted.“As of Monday, we would begin issuing those certificates. They (business owners) will receive a preliminary certificate from the Public Health Department Office on South Road and then they must visit the Office of the Town Clerk to receive the proper certificate,” he further stated.This is all done as the city is seeking ways to increase its revenue collection since it is always complaining of being cash-strapped. Just on Friday, King announced that the municipality would begin charging residents a fee of $200 for garbage collection.last_img read more

‘It would be madness to assume’ Jose Mourinho couldn’t get sacked, ex-Chelsea midfielder tells talkSPORT

first_imgFormer Chelsea midfielder Tony Cascarino is concerned Jose Mourinho’s second Blues tenure could come to an end if they lose at home to Norwich on Saturday.The Premier League champions have suffered an insipid start to the season, losing seven of their 12 Premier League games while languishing down in 16th in the table.Mourinho was handed the dreaded vote of confidence last month after a series of disappointing results but, while the performances have improved somewhat, a reverse against the Canaries would make it four successive defeats.Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has built a ruthless reputation with his managers in the past, and Cascarino is concerned the Russian billionaire could wield his axe again if their season ambitions continue to unravel.“If they were to lose to Norwich at home I can’t keep thinking that he [Abramovich] will stick by him [Mourinho]. You can’t keep losing football matches,” Cascarino told the Sports Bar.“I think it would be madness to assume that Roman wouldn’t sack him. History has told us he has sacked lots of people for less.”While Mourinho has faced the brunt of the scrutiny for the Blues poor start, his players have looked a shadow of their title-winning selves from last season.Chelsea have 33 players currently out on loan, and Cascarino has accused Mourinho of ignoring and neglecting that pool of talent while his more established stars struggle.He added: “I think one of Jose’s bigger mistakes is that he’s let players like Nathan Ake [currently with Watford] go.“He’s stayed very loyal to the group that had done him so well. One of his biggest faults is that he doesn’t introduce youth into the team.”last_img read more

JURY WATCHES VIDEO OF DONEGAL HOUSE SIEGE

first_imgJudge Keenan JohnsonA JURY has watched video footage of the night furniture, bottles and iron bars were chucked at Gardai during a two-hour house siege.Two videos, recorded by Gardai on their mobile phones, were shown at Letterkenny Circuit Court at the trial of a man accused of a breach of the peace and causing criminal damage. John Boyle (25) of 14 Leck Cottages, denies the charges in the case before Judge Keenan Johnson.Two other men who were found hiding in the attic of the house have pleaded guilty to their part in the incident. One of them -Eddie McLaughlin – appeared as a defence witness in the case.Thirteen people were arrested in the house after gardaí moved in following a two-hour stand-off at 72 Thornbury, Letterkenny, during the disturbance on October 13, 2011.Garda reinforcements were sent from Ballybofey to help deal with the situation.A 20-minute video of the incident – recorded by Garda Leanne Harraghy – was shown to the jury.During the incident men hiding their faces with scarves or items of clothing could be seen throwing furniture and items from the house at Gardai dressed in riot gear below.Hot liquid, an iron bar, bits of broken furniture and bottles were thrown from the house, it has been alleged.In her evidence Garda Harraghy said that when she went to the scene around dawn on the date of the siege, items including an iron bar were thrown at her.She also alleged she had been spat on from an upstairs window of the house.On the video, men could be heard shouting ‘piggy b*******’ at officers. One of them had shouted ‘No Surrender’ over and over again whilst another voice could be heard demanding 20 Benson & Hedges cigarettes.Someone also shouted ‘Keep er lit’.Eventually gardai could be seen in the footage breaking down the front door and then had to remove a barrier made up of broken furniture.McLaughlin, serving a prison sentence at Castlerea, told barrister Peter Nolan, acting for Mr Boyle, that it was he who had thrown items including a clothes horse at Gardai.Asked why he was giving evidence for Mr Boyle, McLaughlin replied: “Because he was charged with something he never done.”He said he didn’t remember seeing Mr Boyle involved in any acts of criminal damage during the siege.Earlier a neighbour living next to the siege house told the court that she was unable to leave for her work at Letterkenny Hospital after Gardai had advised her it was too dangerous to leave the house.The trial continues…..JURY WATCHES VIDEO OF DONEGAL HOUSE SIEGE was last modified: February 12th, 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:CIRCUIT COURTJohn Boyleletterkennysiegestand-offTHORNBERRYlast_img read more

Family plead with Judge not to jail driver who killed their son

first_imgThe family of a young man who died in a horrific road crash has pleaded with a judge not to send his best friend to jail.Evan Quinn was driving a car which hit a verge and then spun out of control killing pal Martin Strain and seriously injuring his girlfriend Kayleigh Fullerton in Inishowen on August 23rd, 2015. The 19-year-old driver had just hours earlier been stopped by Gardai and told to replace two bald tyres.However, in the early hours of the following morning, Quinn lost control of the car in horrific driving conditions at Tooban on the Inishowen Peninsula and killed his best friend.The driver appeared for sentencing at Letterkenny Circuit Court where he pleaded guilty to careless driving causing death.Quinn tested negative for drink and drugs but the court was told that his car had been defective.Quinn, from Meenagorey, Buncrana and Mr Strain had collected Mr Strain’s girlfriend from Liberty’s nightclub and they were travelling onwards.Around 4.30am near Tooban, Quinn failed to take a bend, mounted a grass verge and lost control of the car.Garda forensic expert revealed how the car was sent into a clockwise spin and hit a kerb, a bus shelter, a lamp-post and finally a tree before coming to a stop.The impact was so violent that the engine was thrown from the car.Mr Strain, from Burnfoot, died at the scene and Ms Fullerton received various injuries but survived.The court was told the driver was a ‘novice’ who had only been behind the wheel a number of months with a full license.However, the late Mr Strain’s family said they did not want to see the driver put behind bars.Mr Strain’s heartbroken father Hugh supported by his wife Elaine took to the witness box where he pleaded with Judge John Aylmer, not to jail the driver.He admitted that they had been left with a void in their lives but he added that his “happy and hardworking” son would not have wanted Evan Quinn going to jail.He said “We have forgiven Evan Quinn. What happened that night was a tragedy. But we are thankful that we have not been put through a trial.“We want to let the world and the court know what a happy go lucky and hard-working son he was. Our hopes and dreams have been taken from us that we will never fulfil.“He was a loving son and brother to Stephen. He was a friend to many, much more than we realised. He was loved by everyone.“But we know that Martin would never have wanted Evan to have been sent to jail.”The court was told by Quinn’s barrister Peter Nolan that his client’s own brother had been killed previously by a drunk driver and he was wracked with guilt over the death of his friend Martin.He has not been behind the wheel since this incident, Mr Nolan added.Judge John Aylmer said he would read the various reports in the case and deliver his sentence on Wednesday next.Family plead with Judge not to jail driver who killed their son was last modified: May 7th, 2019 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:buncranacourtcrashdeathdrivingEvan QuinnGardaiKayleigh FullertonkilledMichael StrainToobanlast_img read more

Belgium: World Cup team guide – fixtures, kits, key player, probable line-up

first_imgBelgium take part in their 13th World Cup this summer in Russia. talkSPORT.com take an in-depth look at the Group G nation…MANAGERRoberto Martinez is a well-known face to those who watch English football, having spent a large portion of his playing career and the majority of his managerial career on these shores. His best successes as both a player and manager came with Wigan, where he won the Third Division and the Football League Trophy representing the club on the field, before guiding them to a memorable FA Cup victory in 2013.He was manager of Swansea, a club he also played for, before Wigan – guiding them to the League One title in 2007/08 – and his success with the Latics earned him the Everton job. He spent three years at Goodison Park before being sacked, but Belgium took a chance on the Spaniard, appointing him in August 2016 as Marc Wilmots’ successor.He has achieved victory in 12 of his 17 matches, with his lone defeat coming on his debut (2-0 v Spain).CAPTAINChelsea’s Eden Hazard will lead Belgium into Russia in June. The versatile forward took on national leadership duties for the first time in 2015, due to Vincent Kompany’s continuing injury woes. Martinez is set to stick with the forward as his skipper despite Kompany’s return to fitness and form in 2018.The 27-year-old made his senior international debut in 2008, and he’s gone on to represent the Red Devils 82 times, scoring 21 goals. Hazard started his club career at France’s Lille, before moving to Chelsea in 2012. With the Blues he has won numerous trophies, and he was voted PFA Player of the Year and FWA Football of the Year in the 2014/15 season. RECORD IN QUALIFYINGThe Red Devils finished top of Group H in the UEFA qualification campaign, earning an automatic spot in the World Cup finals. They were unbeaten in their 10 fixtures, winning nine, with their only draw coming at home to Greece; Romelu Lukaku scored an 89th minute equaliser to cancel out Kostas Mitroglou’s goal.Lukaku finished top scorer in the group with 11 goals – five more than his closest rival – and this helped Belgium score an incredible 43 times in just 10 matches, while conceding only six.TOURNAMENT PREPARATIONSBelgium played three fixtures  ahead of the World Cup. They drew 0-0 with Portugal on June 2, then beat Egypt 3-0 just four days later. Martinez’s side finished their preparations seven days before their opening World Cup match, hosting Costa Rica and running out 4-1 winners. Romelu Lukaku has scored three goals in his last two international games.BASE CAMPMoscow Country Club, MoscowPROBABLE LINE-UP 4 4 KEY PLAYERBelgium’s current ‘golden generation’ is full of world class players, but the pick of the bunch is Kevin De Bruyne. The Manchester City midfielder is enjoying the best season of his career under Pep Guardiola, and if he can continue this form into this summer’s tournament, Belgium will take some stopping.Likely to be fielded as the team’s main creator, it will be up to De Bruyne to orchestrate Belgium from midfield, with the attacking trio of Hazard, Romeu Lukaku and Dries Mertens on hand to finish the chances he sets up.ONE TO WATCHDespite Belgium’s midfield comprising players such as De Bruyne, Axel Witsel and Mousa Dembele, it could be a breakthrough tournament for Youri Tielemans. The 20-year-old has long been regarded as one of the finest young players in Europe, and he sealed a transfer from Anderlecht to Monaco at the start of this season.He has not kicked on since moving to France, but remains in and around Roberto Martinez’s squad and could have a role to play in Russia. He is versatile enough to play in numerous midfield positions, and has a keen eye for a pass and an impressive shot on him. While Tielemans is unlikely to get many minutes as a starter, he could prove to be a valuable impact substitute.FIXTURESMonday, June 18: Belgium v PANAMA (Fischt Stadium, Sochi) – kick-off 16:00Saturday, June 23: Belgium v TUNISIA (Otkrytiye Arena, Moscow) – kick-off 13:00Thursday, June 28: ENGLAND v Belgium (Kaliningrad Stadium, Kaliningrad) – kick-off 19:00KITS 4 HISTORYMOST CAPSJan Vertonghen, the Tottenham defender, has held the title of Belgium’s most-capped player since October 2017, when he made has 97th Red Devils appearance to pass the previous record set by Jan Ceulemans. Vertonghen has gone on to make a further two appearances to take his total up to 99 caps, while he has managed to score eight goals on the international stage.The defender made his international debut after just a year of senior football with Ajax, first representing Belgium in 2007. He was part of the squad which came fourth at the 2008 Olympics, and has represented his county at both the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016.At club level, Vertonghen enjoyed a trophy-laden spell with Ajax, before joining Tottenham in 2012. He has gone on to establish himself as one of the Premier League’s best defenders, though remains in search of his first piece of silverware with Spurs.TOP SCORERLike the record for most-capped player, Belgium’s top goalscorer record was also broken recently. In November 2017, Romelu Lukaku struck in the 72nd minute of a narrow victory over Japan, moving him on to 31 international goals. The Manchester United forward added his 32nd and 33rd in a 4-0 rout of Saudi Arabia in March, moving him well clear of Bernard Voorhoof and Paul van Himst, the duo who were previously tied for the record on 30 goals apiece.Lukaku set the new record for his country at the age of 24, and there are high hopes he will go on to establish himself as Belgium’s greatest ever goalscorer in a career which still has years and years to run.BEST WORLD CUP FINALS PERFORMANCEBelgium’s best finish came in the 1986 finals in Mexico. They progressed from their group as the best-placed third place team, and in the knockout stages they went on to beat the Soviet Union 4-3, followed by a win on penalties against Spain after a 1-1 draw in normal time.Unfortunately the eventual World Cup champions, Argentina, knocked them out that year, with a 2-0 victory in the semi-finals. Belgium then went on to lose the third place play-off match to France, meaning it was a fourth-placed finish for the unlucky Red Devils.talkSPORT is your home of the 2018 World Cup. Tune in all throughout the summer to hear live commentary of every game, and visit talkSPORT.com for expert views and analysis of the big games and key moments from Russia.last_img read more

FALLING STREET LIGHT WAS SECOND SUCH INCIDENT IN SAME VILLAGE IN RECENT YEARS

first_imgA county councillor has asked Donegal County Council to examine street lights in Convoy village after a man’s car was struck by one of the lights.A fallen lamp post which damaged a parked car in the town of Convoy in Co. Donegal. (North West Newspix)Local county councillor Liam Doherty has now revealed this is the SECOND such incident involving the same street lights at the Green.A local man, Paul McHugh, revealed how his car was damaged when one of the 15 ft street lights came toppling down on his car. It smashed the back windscreen and caused other damage to the rear of his BMW car just minutes after he got out of it to go to some nearby shops.Now Cllr Doherty has told Donegal Daily that another street light in the same area came crashing down four years ago.Cllr Doherty has now contacted Donegal County Council and asked them to examine the remaining three lamp-posts to see if they may be vulnerable.“Approximately four years ago another street light went missing and people thought it had been stolen. “But what actually happened was the it too had fallen and I took it to my property and later told Gardai what had happened.Colr Liam Doherty at the site of where a lamp post fell onto a parked car in Convoy. (North West Newspix)“I have contacted the engineer from Donegal County Council with regard to carrying out an examination of the remaining street lights in the area.“If there is a fault in any of them then they will have to be replaced before there is an accident,” he said.The Sinn Fein county councillor agreed that it was pure luck that someone was not hurt during the latest incident on Saturday last.“I was asked to come top the scene of this incident just after it happened and it could have been much more serious. “There is a local man who sells potatoes from a stall close to where this happened and children and young mothers often pass by this area.“It could have caused a very serious incident if the street light had come down while they were passing.“I will keep in touch with the council to see what exactly can be done,” he said.FALLING STREET LIGHT WAS SECOND SUCH INCIDENT IN SAME VILLAGE IN RECENT YEARS was last modified: August 19th, 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:accidentCllr Liam DohertyconvoyPaul McHughstreet lightlast_img read more

Colum Gaile first home at Donegal Marathon: Where did you come?

first_imgThe annual Donegal Marathon took place this morning in Letterkenny, with some impressive times being clocked by participants.Colum Gaile of the Albertville Harriers won with an impressive time of 2 hours, 44 minutes and 14 seconds, followed by Alberto Goosen (3 hours 4 minutes 36 seconds). Brian McBride crossed the finish line five minutes later in 3 hours, 9 minutes, and 45 seconds.The first women home was Eva Kenny in 3 hours, 30 minutes and 38 seconds, followed by Marathon Club Ireland’s Liz Leonard fifteen minutes later with a time of 3 hours, 45 minutes and 4 seconds. The winners of the half marathon were Letterkenny AC’s Ciaran McGonagle (1 hour, 14 minutes 4 seconds), followed by Nanagh Olympic’s Gary Scully two minutes later (1 hour 16 minutes 6 seconds). Letterkenny AC’s Pauric Breslin was third with a time of 1 hour 16 minutes and 19 seconds.The first woman to cross the finish line of the half marathon was Dundrum woman Maria Mc Cambridge in 1 hour 23 minutes and 12 seconds, followed by Philadelphia women Caroline Deeney-Grant (1 hour 34 minutes 51 seconds) and Shelia Regan (1 hour 37 minutes 59 seconds).In the wheelchair category, Inishowen AC’s Karl Doherty completed the half marathon route in 1 hour, 28 minutes. In the full marathon Jerry Forde finished with a time of 5 hours, 6 minutes, and 31 seconds.To check out our picture special from the marathon, click here. For full results, see below:Donegal Full MarathonPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club ChipTime GunTime1. 2218 Colum Gaile m MO Albertville Harriers 2:44:14 2:44:142. 2332 Alberto Goosen m MO 3:04:36 3:04:363. 2212 Brian Mc Bride m MO 3:09:45 3:09:474. 2335 Barry Shanks m M40 St Peters 3:14:50 3:14:555. 2216 Clint Doherty m MO Letterkenny 24/7 3:18:14 3:18:316. 2334 Peter Kardos m M45 3:23:36 3:23:387. 2304 Paul McGuinness m M40 3:27:59 3:28:048. 2324 Eva Kenny f FO 3:30:38 3:30:529. 2342 Adrian Leonard m M45 3:31:11 3:31:1610. 2328 John McClafferty m MO 3:31:25 3:31:2911. 2359 Martin McGuinness m M40 3:33:00 3:33:0612. 2316 Breandan Deery m MO 3:33:45 3:34:0413. 2356 Jeff Young m MO Springwell Running Club 3:34:35 3:34:5214. 2352 Danny Mc Laughlin m M40 3:35:27 3:35:3215. 2358 Stephen Keys m M45 3:35:30 3:35:4016. 2331 James Robertson m MO 3:35:12 3:35:4817. 2344 Tim Dorman m MO 3:37:09 3:37:1918. 2329 Noel McGarvey m M40 3:37:17 3:37:2119. 2203 Paddy Donaghey m M40 3:37:57 3:38:0020. 2206 Steven Cunningham m MO 3:38:06 3:38:1221. 2354 Jim McCafferty m M40 3:41:34 3:41:4022. 2350 Dean Herron m MO 3:41:32 3:41:5123. 2330 Darren Murray m MO 3:42:04 3:42:0824. 2215 Dessie Shields m M40 3:42:14 3:42:2025. 2322 Mark McLaughlin m M40 3:42:52 3:42:5526. 2314 Maurice Whitty m M45 3:43:50 3:43:5727. 2213 Terry Horsfield m M40 3:44:26 3:44:2928. 2349 Mark Haire m MO 3:44:16 3:44:3129. 2205 Liz Leonard f FO Marathon Club Ireland 3:45:04 3:45:1230. 2365 Terry Hindson m M55 Marathon Club of Ireland/Redcar Running Club 3:46:15 3:46:1631. 2323 Graham Cambridge m MO 3:46:07 3:46:1832. 2353 Tony O Donnell m MO Milford A.C. 3:46:01 3:46:1833. 2338 Patrick Morning m M50 3:47:01 3:47:1134. 2343 Claire Flood f FO 3:51:25 3:51:4335. 2217 Colm Colhoun m M50 3:55:33 3:55:3836. 2315 David Lawrence m M40 3:55:54 3:55:5937. 293 Stephen Kelly m M40 Eglinton Road Runners 3:56:00 3:56:0638. 2345 David McAnulty m M45 Marathon Club of Ireland 3:56:05 3:56:1639. 2340 Niall Quinn m M45 3:57:35 3:57:3940. 2219 Martin Jordan m MO Convoy AC 3:59:33 3:59:3741. 2348 Leslie Crawford m M60 Monaghan Phoenix A.C. 4:03:58 4:04:0542. 2341 Joel Duffy m MO 4:04:05 4:04:1643. 2361 Kasia Wyczesana f FO Galway City Harriers A.C. 4:07:20 4:07:3944. 2326 Michael Molloy m M50 Pomeroy Runners 4:07:36 4:07:5345. 2347 Gavin O’Hagan m MO Sperrin Harriers 4:07:36 4:07:5346. 2355 Ellen McGrory f FO Galway Triathlon Club 4:08:42 4:09:1247. 2351 Anne Duffy f F45 4:09:16 4:09:2048. 2306 Andy Brennan m MO 4:09:32 4:09:5249. 2207 Will Colvin m M40 Springwell Running Club 4:10:42 4:11:0950. 2308 Colin McNicholas m MO 4:12:07 4:12:1851. 2320 Fiona McGinley f F40 Aghyaran Athletic 4:17:58 4:17:5852. 2220 Denis O Donnell m MO 4:19:22 4:19:2353. 2363 Kieran McMahon m MO 4:20:46 4:21:1554. 2337 Oliver Murphy m MO Carmen Runners A.C. 4:25:27 4:25:3255. 2327 Martina Molloy f F50 Pomeroy Runners 4:25:24 4:25:4256. 2208 Diane Woods f F50 4:31:37 4:31:4557. 2364 Maighread Ryan f F45 4:33:01 4:33:2658. 2307 Anne-Marie Bose f F45 4:36:34 4:36:4859. 2357 Stacey Crocker f F40 Swanley District Athletics Club UK 4:48:00 4:48:1360. 2318 Grania Towle f F40 Ivanhoe Runners (UK Athletics club) 4:48:06 4:48:1961. 2333 Paul Skinnader m M50 4:51:10 4:51:2562. 2303 Michele McNamee f F45 Dub Running Club 4:53:01 4:53:2263. 2302 Joe Mulhern m M40 4:53:01 4:53:2364. 2346 Elane McAnulty f F45 Marathon Club of Ireland 4:59:15 4:59:2565. 2360 Edel Conway f FO 4:59:14 4:59:3166. 2319 Jerry Forde m M60 5:05:32 5:05:3267. 2214 Liz Morrin f F40 Gary O’ Hanlon Running 5:07:02 5:07:2668. 2310 Chris Tansey m MO 5:17:20 5:17:3969. 2313 Stewart Johnston m MO 5:24:18 5:24:4270. 2336 Peter McCusker m MO 5:30:56 5:31:0271. 2210 Susan Dixon f FO Croghan A.C. 5:48:21 5:48:46Donegal Marathon TeamsPlace Bib Name Gender ChipTime GunTime1. 2487 No Show Harkins m 2:52:43 2:52:432. 2492 Mary Williams Finest m 3:09:03 3:09:033. 2486 Tír Chonaill AC m 3:24:15 3:24:154. 2493 Rosses AC m 3:27:06 3:27:065. 2490 Ortho ward m 3:36:54 3:36:546. 2482 Bucket of Nuts m 3:39:53 3:39:537. 2485 Mara Media Runners m 3:41:07 3:41:078. 2483 Pastoral Centre m 3:42:29 3:42:299. 2491 2Fast 2Slow m 3:48:45 3:48:4510. 2488 Roadrunners m 3:53:22 3:53:2211. 2489 Optum m 4:56:04 4:56:04Donegal Marathon Wheelchair CategoryPlace Bib Name Gender AG ChipTime GunTimeHalf 1 1678 Karol Doherty m MO 1:29:27 1:29:27Full 1 2319 Jerry Forde m M60 5:06:31 5:06:31Donegal Half MarathonPlace Bib Name Gender AG Club ChipTime GunTime1. 1754 Ciaran McGonagle m MO Letterkenny A.C. 1:14:04 1:14:042. 1692 Gary Sully m MO Nenagh Olympic AC 1:16:06 1:16:063. 1950 Pauric Breslin m MO Optum Ireland 1:16:19 1:16:194. 1683 John McElhill m M40 Finn Valley A.C. 1:17:06 1:17:065. 1121 Michael Black m MO 1:17:35 1:17:356. 1795 Gary Crossan m M45 DSD 1:19:27 1:19:297. 1930 Brian McCrea m MO Finn Valley A.C. 1:20:09 1:20:118. 1647 Noel Diver m MO Rosses A.C. 1:20:16 1:20:179. 1719 Edward Harkin m MO Rosses A.C. 1:20:29 1:20:2910. 988 Dseamus O’ Donnell m M40 Finn Valley AC 1:20:37 1:20:3811. 1741 Anthony Doherty m M45 Milford A.C. 1:20:44 1:20:4512. 1867 Ronan Matthews m MO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:22:17 1:22:1713. 1650 Paul Russell m MO Milford A.C. 1:22:19 1:22:2114. 1557 Eamonn Mc Gee m M40 Rosses A.C. 1:22:25 1:22:2715. 1767 Michael Logue m M40 Rosses A.C. 1:22:46 1:22:4616. 1794 Marie Mc Cambridge f FO DSD 1:23:12 1:23:1217. 1610 Patrick Keeney m MO 1:23:14 1:23:1418. 1185 Shane O’ Donnell m MO 1:23:20 1:23:2019. 1715 Martin McLucas m M50 Inishowen A.C. 1:23:22 1:23:2420. 1701 Gerard Gallagher m MO Finn Valley A.C. 1:23:27 1:23:2821. 1675 Barry Gallagher m M40 Finn Valley A.C. 1:23:27 1:23:2822. 1186 Fergal Mc Gee m MO Rosses AC 1:23:50 1:23:5223. 1628 Patrick Brennan m MO Letterkenny A.C. 1:24:14 1:24:1624. 1723 Liam Mac Giolla Bhride m MO Rosses A.C. 1:25:35 1:25:4125. 1608 Paul Dillon m M40 Lifford Strabane A.C. 1:26:14 1:26:1426. 2202 Drew Fowler m MO Ballydrain Harriers 1:27:16 1:27:1727. 1662 S McHugh m M45 Milford A.C. 1:27:12 1:27:1828. 1702 Shane Gallagher m MO Finn Valley A.C. 1:27:46 1:27:4629. 1902 Declan Mc Bride m MO Cranford A.C. 1:27:52 1:27:5430. 1806 Stephen Toner m M40 1:28:06 1:28:0931. 1759 Joe Gallagher m M40 Milford A.C. 1:28:14 1:28:1932. 1875 Marty Fagan m M40 1:28:18 1:28:2133. 1952 Kieran Coyle m MO Optum Ireland 1:28:56 1:28:5834. 1749 Kevin Kelly m MO 1:29:10 1:29:1335. 1184 Peter O’ Donnell m MO Milford AC 1:29:30 1:29:3536. 1693 Mark Connolly m M50 Finn Valley AC 1:29:43 1:29:4537. 1753 Shane Mc Glone m MO Carmen Runners A.C. 1:29:57 1:29:5938. 991 Derek Callaghan m M40 Finn Valley AC 1:30:21 1:30:2339. 1687 Patrick Loughlin m MO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:30:13 1:30:3040. 1617 Patrick Duffy m M45 1:30:46 1:30:5141. 1649 Daniel Hewett m MO Milford A.C. 1:30:46 1:30:5142. 1900 Barry Chambers m MO Finn Valley A.C. 1:31:08 1:31:0943. 1707 Edward Sweeney m MO Cranford A.C. 1:31:07 1:31:1044. 1820 David Conwell m MO 1:31:11 1:31:1145. 1657 Neil McBride m MO 1:31:17 1:31:2146. 1720 Liam Ferry m MO Letterkenny A.C. 1:31:55 1:31:5647. 1705 Liam Doherty m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 1:32:08 1:32:1148. 1757 Paul Mc Gee m M40 Rosses A.C. 1:32:19 1:32:2749. 1886 Colin McFadden m M40 1:32:18 1:32:2950. 1839 David Mooney m M40 1:32:47 1:32:5051. 1653 Tiernán Boyle m MO Olympian Youth & A.C. 1:32:48 1:32:5052. 1760 Ciaran O’Donnell m M45 Letterkenny A.C. 1:32:54 1:32:5753. 1658 Denis Boner m M45 Rosses A.C. 1:32:41 1:32:5954. 1659 Gary Neely m M40 Swanlings 1:32:57 1:33:0055. 1894 Declan Gillespie m M45 1:32:52 1:33:1356. 1684 Liam Regan m MO 1:32:57 1:33:1557. 1145 Eoin Sheehy m M40 Milford AC 1:33:27 1:33:3058. 1726 Garvin Boyce m M45 Finn Valley A.C. 1:33:43 1:33:4459. 1871 Garvan Patterson m MO 1:33:41 1:33:5160. 1722 Darren Beecroft m M50 Letterkenny A.C. 1:34:04 1:34:0661. 1710 Anthony Sweeney m M40 1:34:05 1:34:0862. 1905 Dermot Barr m MO BOLT Running Club 1:34:14 1:34:3863. 1626 Frankie McGinley m MO 1:34:48 1:34:5664. 1727 Caroline Grant f FO 1:34:51 1:35:0565. 1706 Paul McKelvey m MO Rosses A.C. 1:35:11 1:35:2166. 1865 Michael McLoone m MO 1:35:25 1:35:3167. 1737 Paul Doherty m M45 1:35:25 1:35:3868. 1611 Peter Hamilton m M45 Letterkenny A.C. 1:35:52 1:35:5569. 993 Paul Gamble m MO 1:35:55 1:35:5770. 1607 Owen Coyle m M55 Rosses A.C. 1:35:53 1:35:5871. 1629 Joshua Lyle m MO Queens University AC 1:36:21 1:36:2272. 1198 Gary Mc Crossan m M40 Bolt 1:36:07 1:36:3173. 1699 Eugene Mc Cafferty m M40 Rosses A.C. 1:36:25 1:36:3374. 1558 Paul Mc Monagle m MO Letterkenny AC 1:37:23 1:37:3575. 1733 Mark Nee m M40 1:37:24 1:37:3576. 1196 Declan Gillespie m MO 1:37:31 1:37:3977. 1856 Steven Donegan m MO North Down AC 1:37:55 1:37:5578. 1630 John Kearney m MO Omagh St Endas 1:37:34 1:37:5679. 1697 Mark Gorman m M45 1:37:56 1:38:0080. 1694 Sheila Regan f FO Letterkenny AC 1:37:59 1:38:0481. 1651 John Gillespie m MO Carmen Runners A.C. 1:38:03 1:38:0782. 1742 Aisling Ni Dhuibhir f FO 1:38:21 1:38:2983. 1609 Stephen Shiels m M45 Letterkenny A.C. 1:38:41 1:38:4384. 1912 Gareth O’Donnell m MO Kilcar 1:38:45 1:38:5785. 1561 Terence Diver m M45 1:39:23 1:39:3086. 1708 Pol Mac Giolla Bhríde m MO Letterkenny A.C. 1:39:26 1:39:3587. 1846 Thomas Perkins m MO 1:39:25 1:39:4188. 1879 Noel Hegarty m MO 1:39:47 1:40:0089. 1183 Jason Graham m M40 Tír Chonaill AC 1:40:12 1:40:2490. 1554 N.N. 1554 1:40:36 1:40:3691. 1643 Eoghan O Grada m MO BOLT Running Club 1:40:20 1:40:4492. 1909 Timothy Bacon m M40 Springwell running club 1:40:43 1:41:0093. 1859 Alan Brady m MO 1:41:05 1:41:0894. 1764 Sinead Boyle f F40 Rosses A.C. 1:41:03 1:41:1195. 1612 Margaret Sweeney f F55 TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:40:56 1:41:1296. 1725 Pat Brady m M55 1:41:07 1:41:1497. 1934 Michael Rodgers m M50 Rosses A.C. 1:41:06 1:41:1598. 1703 Liam Bonner m M45 Rosses A.C. 1:41:14 1:41:2499. 1556 Noreen Mc Gee f F40 Rosses AC 1:41:17 1:41:26100. 1738 John Doherty m M50 1:41:17 1:41:33101. 1887 Lochlann O’Rourke m M55 1:41:21 1:41:38102. 1852 Noel Boyd m M40 Rosses A.C. 1:41:45 1:41:54103. 1681 Gavin Kelly m MO 1:41:59 1:42:03104. 1685 Shane O’Donnell m MO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:41:46 1:42:04105. 1928 Ciara Cunningham f FO 1:41:58 1:42:05106. 1848 Dermot Boyle m MO Killybegs 1:42:01 1:42:07107. 1623 Jimmy Quinn m M55 1:42:04 1:42:11108. 1709 Adrian Callaghan m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 1:41:42 1:42:15109. 1849 Martin O’Donnell m M45 1:42:19 1:42:24110. 1844 Paul Kelly m M40 24/7 Triathlon Club 1:42:21 1:42:38111. 1827 Niall Burns m MO 1:42:22 1:42:42112. 1714 Liam Mc Ginty m M50 Finn Valley A.C. 1:42:36 1:42:46113. 1704 Kyle Sharkey m MO Rosses A.C. 1:42:24 1:42:53114. 1761 Donna Furey f FO 1:42:44 1:42:56115. 1904 Philip McHugh m MO 1:42:54 1:43:08116. 1933 Kathleen Rodgers f F45 Rosses A.C. 1:43:28 1:43:37117. 1920 Evelyn Boyle f F50 Rosses A.C. 1:43:28 1:43:37118. 1744 John Griffin m M45 Finn Valley A.C. 1:43:39 1:43:50119. 1641 Wendy Mc Mahon f FO 1:44:01 1:44:05120. 1953 Brendan Goyvaerts m MO Optum Ireland 1:44:03 1:44:31121. 1832 Paul Curran m M40 1:44:13 1:44:31122. 1670 Bernard Mc Glade m MO 1:44:29 1:44:36123. 1713 Deirdre Dillon f F50 Tír Chonaill A.C. 1:44:46 1:44:58124. 1624 Ciaran Bovaird m M45 1:44:47 1:45:04125. 1200 Helen Mc Cready f FO Rosses AC 1:45:13 1:45:23126. 1921 Gary O Beirne m M45 1:45:18 1:45:25127. 1731 Martin Preshaw m M45 North Fermanagh Fitness Club 1:45:25 1:45:45128. 1668 Marian Kerr f F40 Letterkenny A.C. 1:45:40 1:45:52129. 1559 David Connors m MO Milford AC 1:45:43 1:45:55130. 1660 Francis Diver m M50 Milford A.C. 1:45:43 1:45:56131. 1845 Gavin McMonagle m MO 1:46:16 1:46:26132. 1716 Steven Watterson m MO 1:46:44 1:46:57133. 1717 Noel Irwin m M40 1:46:47 1:47:05134. 1891 Paddy Hannigan m M50 1:46:54 1:47:08135. 1711 Karl Sweeney m MO 1:46:49 1:47:09136. 1652 Teresa Winston f FO Milford A.C. 1:47:06 1:47:19137. 1860 Eugene Boyle m M45 Rasharkin Runners 1:47:13 1:47:24138. 1866 Thomas Haire m M60 1:47:30 1:47:47139. 1620 Johnny Duffy m MO 24/7 triathlon club 1:47:38 1:47:50140. 1897 Mel Mc Kinney m M40 1:47:43 1:47:55141. 1931 Gareth Fegan m MO Omagh Harriers 1:47:42 1:48:00142. 1724 Gerard Mullen m M40 Letterkenny A.C. 1:47:56 1:48:08143. 1734 Paul Gillen m M50 1:48:11 1:48:25144. 1618 Maria Gleeson f FO Rage Runners 1:48:20 1:48:28145. 1619 Robert Bourke m M50 Rage Runners 1:48:21 1:48:29146. 1655 Serena McDaid f F40 1:48:24 1:48:36147. 1631 Thomas Mc Cabe m MO 1:48:42 1:48:48148. 1700 Noel Mailey m MO Convoy A.C. 1:48:40 1:49:08149. 1642 Cindy Wanless f F40 1:49:03 1:49:26150. 1732 Mervyn Johnston m M50 North Fermanagh Fitness Club 1:49:06 1:49:26151. 1666 Claire Mc Shane f F40 TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:49:08 1:49:29152. 1818 Seamus Toye m MO 1:49:14 1:49:33153. 1739 Rosanne Boyd f F40 1:49:18 1:49:34154. 985 Caroline Mc Menamin f F40 Foyle Valley AC 1:49:32 1:49:41155. 1735 Chris Ashmore m M50 Raheny Shamrock A.C. 1:49:46 1:50:10156. 1862 Oliver Smith m MO Swanglings 1:50:08 1:50:14157. 1736 John Staunton m M50 1:50:21 1:50:28158. 1553 Margaret Shiels f F45 Letterkenny AC 1:50:21 1:50:33159. 1907 Marie Foran f FO North Sligo A.C. 1:50:25 1:50:36160. 1906 Ciara Kelly f F40 North Sligo A.C. 1:50:31 1:50:41161. 1640 Michael Russell m M45 24/7 Triathlon Club 1:50:27 1:50:49162. 1172 Gerard Callaghan m M40 Letterkenny AC 1:50:28 1:50:49163. 1563 Mary Ellen Carey f FO 1:50:48 1:50:53164. 1728 Paul Walker m M50 1:50:31 1:50:54165. 1870 Simon Jenkinson m MO 1:50:58 1:51:01166. 1841 Joe McCallion m MO 1:50:48 1:51:09167. 1646 Lorraine Mc Daid f FO 1:51:05 1:51:16168. 1758 Ann Donoghue f F55 Tír Chonaill A.C. 1:51:15 1:51:34169. 1898 Stephen Sweeney m M40 24/7 Triathlon Club 1:51:42 1:52:02170. 1606 Eric Pierce m M55 1:51:50 1:52:10171. 1851 Aravon McCann f F45 Maguiresbridge Running Club 1:51:44 1:52:12172. 1648 Jason Regan m M40 1:52:02 1:52:17173. 1614 Garrett Odonnell m M40 1:52:14 1:52:34174. 1817 Stephen McClintock m M40 1:52:21 1:52:41175. 1613 Joanne Odonnell f F40 North Fermanagh Fitness Club 1:52:29 1:52:49176. 992 John A O’ Donnell m M40 1:52:57 1:53:04177. 1745 James McBride m M60 Letterkenny A.C. 1:53:35 1:53:36178. 1911 Lisa Mc Gloin f FO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:53:20 1:53:38179. 977 Dean Spencer m M45 Run for Fun Letterkenny 1:53:20 1:53:42180. 1763 Seamus Ferry m M45 Rosses A.C. 1:53:35 1:53:51181. 1766 Micheal O Donnell m MO Rosses A.C. 1:53:36 1:53:51182. 1637 Bridgeen Doherty f F40 Run for fun 1:53:47 1:54:12183. 1696 Georgina Reid f FO 1:54:00 1:54:23184. 1555 Aidan Mc Fadden m MO Letterkenny 24/7 1:54:13 1:54:26185. 1941 Mark Carr m MO Milford A.C. 1:54:17 1:54:30186. 1661 Kenneth Moore m M50 Milford A.C. 1:54:37 1:54:50187. 1892 Martyn Paul m M45 1:54:46 1:55:10188. 989 Maura O’ Grady f F50 Letterkenny AC 1:54:59 1:55:17189. 1864 Pj Brolly m M40 1:55:32 1:55:51190. 1901 Gerry Ward m M55 1:55:42 1:56:00191. 1676 Joanne Kearney f F50 1:56:07 1:56:17192. 1916 Brigid McCafferty f F55 Finn Valley A.C. 1:56:13 1:56:24193. 982 Lee Borland m MO 1:56:33 1:56:42194. 1615 Stephen Burke m MO Brendan Doyle Running 1:56:54 1:56:57195. 1621 Martina Mulhern f FO 1:56:34 1:57:02196. 1564 Shaun Murray m MO 1:57:00 1:57:05197. 1838 Barry Foley m MO 1:56:53 1:57:15198. 1874 Bernie Boyce f FO Run For Fun Letterkenny 1:56:57 1:57:22199. 1765 Michael Gallagher m M45 1ZER01 ATHLETES 1:57:06 1:57:28200. 1192 David Larkin m M40 1:57:09 1:57:29201. 1946 Fionnuala Larkin f FO Optum Ireland 1:57:09 1:57:29202. 1686 Andrew Matthewson m M40 1:57:23 1:57:43203. 1922 Jessica Mc Garrigle f FO 1:57:41 1:58:04204. 1868 Robert Farrell m M40 1:58:32 1:58:32205. 1872 Gerry Friel m M40 1:58:17 1:58:32206. 1560 Aine Whoriskey f F40 Milford AC 1:58:40 1:58:55207. 973 Barry Browne m MO Milford AC 1:59:11 1:59:19208. 1876 Carmel Gormley f FO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 1:59:22 1:59:40209. 1674 Jimmy Gallagher m M45 Village road runners 1:59:13 1:59:41210. 1809 Ciara Mc Keon f FO 1:59:41 1:59:50211. 1863 Pat Byrne m M55 Swanglings 1:59:47 1:59:53212. 1672 John Friel m M45 Village road runners 1:59:45 2:00:14213. 1663 Declan Callaghan m MO 1:59:59 2:00:15214. 1895 Amanda McShane f FO TÍR Chonaill A.C. 2:00:09 2:00:31215. 1830 Shaun Moffitt m MO 2:00:27 2:00:32216. 1762 Anita Gallagher f F50 2:00:14 2:00:38217. 1199 Michael Gibbons m M45 Run for Fun Letterkenny 2:00:20 2:00:45218. 1882 Jacqueline Byrne f F55 2:00:45 2:01:03219. 976 Alana Conaghan f FO 2:00:50 2:01:04220. 1903 Daniel McDaid m M45 Rise running club 2:01:15 2:01:28221. 1829 Fergal Callan m M40 MATES AC 2:01:23 2:01:29222. 1926 Stephen McCole m MO 2:01:18 2:01:35223. 1601 Conor Meehan m M40 2:01:18 2:01:41224. 1698 John Corcoran m M50 Village road runners 2:01:49 2:01:49225. 1197 Michaela Hutton f FO Bolt 2:01:37 2:02:02226. 1877 Deborah Dawson f F40 TÍR Chonaill A.C. 2:01:44 2:02:03227. 1929 Dan Donnelly m MO BOLT Running Club 2:01:42 2:02:07228. 1644 Colette Byrne f F45 TÍR Chonaill A.C. 2:01:49 2:02:10229. 1884 Tony O’Kane m M45 2:02:16 2:02:42230. 1604 Bronagh Coyle f F45 BOLT Running Club 2:02:22 2:02:47231. 1671 Annette Heaney f F45 BOLT Running Club 2:02:22 2:02:47232. 1918 Nora Anderson f FO Finn Valley A.C. 2:02:41 2:03:04233. 1751 Yvonne Molloy f FO 2:02:55 2:03:15234. 1855 Celine O Gara f F40 2:03:06 2:03:17235. 1755 Annette Sheehy f F40 Milford A.C. 2:03:16 2:03:28236. 1842 Teresa Sweeney f F40 2:03:29 2:03:45237. 1721 Emmett Scott m MO Convoy A.C. 2:03:19 2:03:47238. 1948 Martina Kelly Scott f FO Optum Ireland 2:03:20 2:03:47239. 1919 Mary Sue Byrne f F45 Finn Valley A.C. 2:03:26 2:03:49240. 1949 Kieran McCallion m M45 Optum Ireland 2:03:50 2:04:09241. 1822 Donal Mc Guinness m MO 2:04:31 2:04:52242. 1836 Sandra O’Donnell f FO 2:04:47 2:04:57243. 1729 James Brannigan m MO Carmen Runners A.C. 2:05:07 2:05:13244. 1938 Tracy Gibson f FO Aoife mc gill 2:05:07 2:05:22245. 996 Brian Gallagher m M60 Letterkenny AC 2:05:33 2:05:47246. 1748 Lisa Gallagher f F45 2:05:37 2:05:51247. 1840 Catrin Jones f FO 2:05:43 2:06:03248. 979 Patricia Mc Cauley f FO 2:05:56 2:06:07249. 980 Justin Mc Cauley m MO 2:06:07 2:06:07250. 997 Eileen O’ Gorman f F50 Milford AC 2:06:19 2:06:45251. 1680 Adrian Mullally m MO 2:06:35 2:06:53252. 987 Lesley Kenny f FO 2:06:47 2:07:02253. 1850 Joanne Trimble f F40 2:06:40 2:07:02254. 990 Sophie Kelly m M40 2:07:03 2:07:14255. 1847 Margarite Bonner f FO 2:07:04 2:07:15256. 1908 Linda Mc Groarty f F40 2:07:10 2:07:36257. 1880 Abu Mowlana m M50 Itheko SAC 2:07:20 2:07:49258. 986 Thomas Harkin m MO Derry Track Club 2:07:31 2:07:57259. 1893 Agnes Doherty f F60 2:08:05 2:08:18260. 981 Marie Geoghegan f F45 Run for Fun Letterkenny 2:08:32 2:08:58261. 1137 Michaela Gillespie f F50 2:08:33 2:08:58262. 1915 Sharon Doherty f FO 2:08:51 2:09:01263. 1914 Mary Doherty f FO 2:08:52 2:09:01264. 1679 Stacey Hegarty f FO 2:08:55 2:09:10265. 1667 Sonia Doherty f FO 2:08:55 2:09:10266. 1823 John Mc Guinness m M45 2:09:12 2:09:33267. 1625 Maria Fullerton f FO BOLT Running Club 2:09:20 2:09:46268. 1616 Sean Daly m MO 2:09:23 2:09:47269. 1805 Kevin Rooney m M40 2:09:48 2:09:48270. 1913 Joanne Ohalloran f F40 2:09:41 2:09:52271. 1627 Letitia Roulston f F40 2:09:46 2:10:08272. 1000 Sam Faulkner m MO Run for Fun Letterkenny 2:09:45 2:10:12273. 1633 Fidelma Mullaney f FO Run for Fun Letterkenny 2:09:45 2:10:12274. 1831 Linda Cronin f FO Letterkenny A.C. 2:10:26 2:10:51275. 984 Angela Trimble f FO 2:10:56 2:10:56276. 1925 Eoghan Megannety m M40 Letterkenny 5k Parkrun 2:10:45 2:11:05277. 1695 Eleanor Hines f FO 2:11:28 2:11:48278. 1816 Frank Rogers m M40 Belle Vue racers 2:12:18 2:12:19279. 1825 Fiona McCullagh f FO Carmen Runners A.C. 2:12:19 2:12:28280. 1712 Veronica Mc Loone f F40 2:12:14 2:12:31281. 1664 Bridget Molloy f FO 2:12:14 2:12:31282. 1605 Anne Bradley f F45 2:13:02 2:13:19283. 1873 Hazel McFadden f FO Letterkenny A.C. 2:13:04 2:13:22284. 1883 Deirdre Friel f F50 2:13:20 2:13:43285. 1857 Pauline McFarlane f FO 2:13:15 2:13:44286. 1944 Caroline Friel f F45 Optum Ireland 2:13:53 2:14:22287. 1890 Clare Mc Morrow f F40 2:14:17 2:14:44288. 1634 Megan Quinn f FO 2:15:00 2:15:16289. 1924 Aneta Spring f F45 2:15:18 2:15:24290. 1189 Shaun Mc Geehan m M40 2:14:59 2:15:25291. 1187 Carolyn Mc geehan f FO Rise Running Club 2:14:59 2:15:25292. 1188 Rory Mc Leary m M45 Rise Running Club 2:14:59 2:15:26293. 1834 Adrienn Kovacs f F45 2:15:20 2:15:32294. 1756 Máiread Gallagher f F50 2:15:28 2:15:55295. 1768 Sinead Mc Granaghan f F45 K.C.R 2:15:45 2:16:09296. 1858 Elaine Kavanagh f FO 2:15:53 2:16:22297. 1677 Enda Gilmartin m MO Sligo A.C. 2:17:22 2:17:40298. 1917 Joanne McGoldrick f F40 2:17:18 2:17:42299. 1939 Amanda Boyd f F40 Maguiresbridge Running Club 2:17:13 2:17:42300. 1562 Frances Haire f FO 2:18:09 2:18:29301. 1682 Denis Sheridan m M55 Milford A.C. 2:18:34 2:18:43302. 1940 Elaine Stockman f FO 2:18:46 2:19:01303. 1602 Doreen Laird f F45 2:19:05 2:19:17304. 1603 Allister Laird m M45 2:19:05 2:19:17305. 1947 Marie Downey f FO Optum Ireland 2:19:01 2:19:21306. 1673 Ollie Gallagher m M45 Village road runners 2:19:20 2:19:48307. 1888 Steven Elder m MO 2:19:40 2:19:56308. 1899 Tom Ross m M40 1ZER01 ATHLETES 2:19:38 2:20:02309. 1193 Liam Haughey m M50 2:21:33 2:21:47310. 1194 Tony Mc Namee m M50 2:21:33 2:21:47311. 1195 Jacko Crawford m MO 2:21:33 2:21:47312. 998 Eileen Morning f F40 Swanlings 2:22:07 2:22:16313. 1824 Susie Caseley f FO 2:21:57 2:22:18314. 995 Marie Bonner f F60 2:22:18 2:22:26315. 983 Seamus Murphy m M55 Old Abbey A.C. 2:22:58 2:23:14316. 1807 Eimear Shovlin f FO 2:23:22 2:23:22317. 1861 Cecilia Deehan f F60 BOLT Running Club 2:23:07 2:23:32318. 1821 Matthew Marano m M45 2:23:52 2:24:15319. 1656 Alannah McGhee f FO 2:24:47 2:25:13320. 1923 Kathleen McDevitt f F50 2:26:01 2:26:16321. 1854 Trudie Ritchie f F40 Maguiresbridge Running Club 2:26:02 2:26:31322. 1853 Helen Mulligan f F50 2:26:03 2:26:31323. 1881 Caroline Gillespie f F50 2:27:47 2:28:05324. 1826 Yvonne Norris f F40 Didsbury Runners 2:28:28 2:28:45325. 1740 Lucia Temple f F40 2:29:07 2:29:14326. 1622 Kathleen Quinn f F55 2:31:03 2:31:11327. 1665 Mary Doherty f F45 2:31:56 2:32:17328. 1945 Fiona Fagan Moss f F40 Optum Ireland 2:33:46 2:34:17329. 1190 Florian Moss m MO 2:33:46 2:34:17330. 1632 Mary-Bridget McGarvey f FO 2:34:06 2:34:33331. 1752 Mona Bonner f F50 2:34:06 2:34:33332. 1743 Sarah Gillespie f FO BOLT Running Club 2:34:31 2:34:57333. 1645 Edith Neely f F45 2:35:11 2:35:18334. 1746 Sarah J Gillespie f FO BOLT Running Club 2:34:58 2:35:25335. 1927 Evelyn Mc Cormack f F40 2:35:26 2:35:32336. 1747 Annette Sheridan f F45 2:37:52 2:38:19337. 1691 Annette Duddy f F45 2:38:28 2:38:38338. 1804 Kate Mukungu f F45 2:39:47 2:40:09339. 1942 Joanne Wardlow f FO 2:40:09 2:40:24340. 1936 Daniel Gallagher m MO 2:45:04 2:45:09341. 1937 Anne Gallagher f FO 2:45:04 2:45:09342. 978 Una Mc Devitt f FO 2:55:46 2:56:08343. 1951 Martin Gibbons m MO Optum Ireland 2:55:46 2:56:08344. 1954 Angel Gannon f F40 3:02:22 3:02:23345. 1750 Josie Gallagher m M60 3:08:43 3:09:06346. 1943 Roisin Patterson f F45 Optum Ireland 3:10:26 3:10:37347. 1932 Maureen McGettigan f F60 3:14:40 3:15:50348. 1935 Catherine Doherty f F40 3:15:46 3:15:59349. 1669 Margaret 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