Mandeville-based El Instituto de Mandevilla outclassed Kingston team Allman Town, 71-35, to win the 2016 Nestle Healthy Kids Primary/Prep Schools Badminton Championships on Sunday.The newly crowned primary/prep school champions achieved an impressive feat with four finals to go. They also had finalists in all the Under-11 events.El Instituto’s standout player, Matthew Robinson, took the gold medal in the Under-11 boys singles, defeating Toshiro Jones of St Hugh’s Prep 21-7.Robinson teamed up with Carlissia Wilkins to defeat Nathan Lindo and Carleeta Wilkins, 21-6, to take his second gold for his school.Meanwhile, Jones and Russell Bryan of St Hugh’s Preparatory clipped El Instituto’s Nathan Lindo and Jorie McBean, 22-20, in the Under-11 boys’ doubles.Also in the boys’ doubles, Robinson won his third gold medal, as he teamed up with Keyon’Dre McBean to defeat Belair’s Dossel Sinclair and Ande Stewart 21-12.It was excitement galore when AundrÈ Brown of Liguanea Prep faced off against Andre Stewart of Belair Prep, which saw Stewart fighting hard to take gold in a very close battle, winning 27-25.Sisters Carleeta and Carlissia Wilkins easily defeated Jade Ranger and Brittany Bell of Manchester-based Mandeville Primary and Junior High, 21-10, in the Under-11 girls doubles.Other outstanding performers included Rihanna Rust of St Richard’s Primary, who had a runaway victory over Shinelle Thomas of Mount Moriah, 21-4; and Carleeta Wilkins from El Instituto, 21-6, in the Under-13 and Under-11 girls singles, respectively.Belair Prep took the Under-13 girls doubles, courtesy of Aliyaa Dunkley and Anaiayah Fullerton, who defeated Hazard Primary’s Aliyah Bennett and Fabrese Woolery 23-21.In the Under-13 mixed doubles, Damion Wright and Aliyah Bennett of Hazard Primary totally outclassed Jamie Duhaney and Shinelle Thomas of Mount Moriah Primary 21-3.
Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew 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 P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam champion, returned to the tour in Indian Wells this year after a 14-month absence because of the birth of her daughter.She won in Madrid in 2012 and 2013.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownWilliams was also scheduled to take part in a charity event in advance of the main tournament. Her place in the charity exhibition was taken by fellow American Coco Vandeweghe. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ View comments MOST READ Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ FILE – Serena Williams celebrates her victory over Kiki Bertens of the Netherlands during the BNP Paribas Open on March 10, 2018 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in Indian Wells, California. Jeff Gross/Getty Images/AFPMADRID — Serena Williams has withdrawn from next week’s Madrid Open, saying she wasn’t ready to compete.Tournament organizers say Williams withdrew because she needs more time to train before returning to action.ADVERTISEMENT Late Rolando winner sends Marseille to Europa League final Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames LATEST STORIES Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident
Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Scottie Thompson and Japeth Aguilar came up big defensively with Thompson getting a steal off a poor pass by Matthew Wright before Japeth Aguilar blocked Calvin Abueva’s potential go-ahead basket.Floor general LA Tenorio anchored Ginebra’s offense with a game-high 23 points on top of eight rebounds and five assists while Aljon Mariano also gave the Kings a huge boost with 20 points and nine rebounds. Greg Slaughter added a double-double with 18 points and 11 rebounds.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsJervy Cruz only had four points but his two free throws put Ginebra on top, 98-97, with 53 ticks left.Eight Fuel Masters scored at least nine points led by Abueva, who scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. League-leading Phoenix took just its second loss in 10 outings.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next 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 Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title June Mar Fajardo scores 40, surging Beermen sink Batang Pier Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBarangay Ginebra made a couple of crucial stops to escape Phoenix, 100-97, in the 2019 PBA Philippine Cup Sunday night at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Clinging on to a 98-97 edge with under a minute left, the Gin Kings sealed their fourth win in seven games on the defensive end.ADVERTISEMENT Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title MOST READ Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college LATEST STORIES Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? View comments
…after bomb threats madeMae’s schools on Monday were forced to suspend classes until Wednesday after threats of bombing were made to the educational institution over the weekend via social media.According to a statement issued by the school’s administration, the duration of the suspended classes is uncertain.“The extent of this shutdown is uncertain at this time. As soon as the logistics are in place for the resumption of classes, you will be informed accordingly via print and electronic media” the school’s administration stated.Even though the Guyana Police Force stated that there is no real significancebehind the issued threats, the school is taking no chances as it posited that safety and security of the students and staffs are of much importance.When this publication visited the school on Monday, parents were seen briskly entering the school’s compound to collect their children. Police personnel were also present at the scene where they brought out a sniffer dog to conduct a clean search of the school’s premises to ensure that no harmful devices were planted.The school’s shutdown affected students from playgroup to the secondary department.Last week, parents of students attending School of the Nations protested at the Public Security Ministry’s office in Brickdam, Georgetown, after similar threats were issued to the school’s administration but not much information was forthcoming from the police.It was related by the parents that they are willing to give a reward to anyone with information which would lead to the arrest of the proprietors so as to be sure that their children’s lives are not at risk.The Guyana Police Force is investigating. This is the fifth educational institution to have been disrupted by bomb threats.
0Shares0000Arsenal’s Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will miss the Europa League final over safety fears © IKIMAGES/AFP / Ian KINGTONLONDON, United Kingdom, May 21 – Arsenal’s Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan will miss the Europa League final against Chelsea in Baku amid fears over his safety.Mkhitaryan’s well-being was a concern for Arsenal due to the tense political dispute between Armenia and final hosts Azerbaijan. The Premier League club have decided against Mkhitaryan travelling with the rest of Unai Emery’s squad for next Wednesday’s game.“We are very disappointed to announce that Henrikh Mkhitaryan will not be travelling with the squad for our UEFA Europa League final against Chelsea,” an Arsenal statement announced on Tuesday.“We have thoroughly explored all the options for Micki to be part of the squad but after discussing this with Micki and his family we have collectively agreed he will not be in our travelling party.”Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the UK, Tahir Taghizadeh, had insisted Mkhitaryan would be free from any threat of violence, but it was reported the star didn’t believe he would be safe on the pitch.“Having considered all the current options, we had to take the tough decision for me not to travel with the squad to the UEL Final against Chelsea,” Mkhitaryan tweeted.“It’s the kind of game that doesn’t come along very often for us players and I must admit, it hurts me a lot to miss it. I will be cheering my teammates on! Let’s bring it home.”UEFA, European football’s governing body, insisted they had done all they could to ensure Mkhitaryan’s safety in Baku.“Working alongside Arsenal FC, UEFA sought and received assurances regarding the player’s safety in Azerbaijan from the highest authorities in the country,” a UEFA statement read.“As a result of these guarantees, a comprehensive security plan was developed and given to the club.“While the club acknowledges the efforts that UEFA and the Azeri government have gone to in this matter, we respect the personal decision not to travel with the player.”Mkhitaryan had featured in 11 games during the Europa League campaign and his absence will be a big blow as Arsenal look for the victory they need to qualify for next season’s Champions League.“We have written to UEFA expressing our deep concerns about this situation,” the Arsenal statement added.“We’re also very sad that a player will miss out on a major European final in circumstances such as this, as it is something that comes along very rarely in a footballer’s career.“Micki has been a key player in our run to the final so this is a big loss for us from a team perspective.”Armenia captain Mkhitaryan skipped the Gunners’ Europa League fixture against Qarabag in October because of tensions caused by a dispute over the Nagorny Karabakh region.Azerbaijan and Armenia have feuded over Nagorny Karabakh since Armenian separatists seized the territory in a war that claimed about 30,000 lives in the early 1990s.A ceasefire was agreed in 1994 but the two countries remain locked in a bitter dispute with frequent exchanges of fire, and tensions are such that Mkhitaryan also did not travel to Azerbaijan with former club Borussia Dortmund for a Europa League match against Galaba FK in 2015.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today)
Two years ago, my grandmother announced to her three daughters that she was thinking about dying. Not just thinking about whether it would hurt, whether angels really have harps, or whether there’s ice cream in the afterlife? She was thinking about helping it along. She said she didn’t have much to live for anymore, felt isolated and useless. So she planned to stop eating and drinking after her impending 91st birthday. Age had robbed her of so many of the things she’d loved and enjoyed in life. First, her husband, my grandfather, then so many of her good friends at the Claremont retirement community where she’d lived for two decades. Her body was failing as well. In California, the discussion is about to go public. The catalyst is an Assembly bill co-sponsored by Van Nuys Democrat Lloyd Levine called the Compassionate Choices Act, which is expected to come up for committee discussion in early April. From the cleverly euphemistic name of the bill, you can’t really tell that it’s about death. Modeled after Oregon’s 1997 Death with Dignity Act, AB 651 would give people who have been diagnosed as terminally ill, with six or fewer months to live, the right to obtain a lethal dose of barbiturates from their doctors with the intent to end their lives. As far groundbreaking law goes, it will affect a small portion of society. What it does do, however, is open the door to an uncomfortable and unpleasant discussion about how we allow individuals to control their own deaths and the way we allow them to control their lives. The absolutists on both sides are already mustering their forces to shut down the debate before it gets going. Opponents say society has no right to determine which lives aren’t worth living (except, I guess, for those on Death Row) and that only God has the right to take life. Considering we happily thwart the will of God every day through things like pacemakers and penicillin, it’s an argument that needs to fade like Y2K hysteria. With the bill’s silly name, it’s clear proponents are cloaking the debate in a disingenuous touchy-feely, death-can-be-beautiful kind of thing. Controlling death is neither beautiful nor a sin. It is, however, a fact of life. And we owe it to ourselves and the people who we love to start discussing this honestly and free of all of the polarizing rhetoric. Mariel Garza firstname.lastname@example.org EDITOR’S NOTE Beginning March 26, Mariel Garza’s column will move to the Sunday Viewpoint section.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 MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 She had been going deaf for years and now could barely hear. People were constantly shouting at her: “HI GRANDMOM! WHAT’S NEW?” Her eyesight was going, too, making it hard to watch movies or read books or write. Then when an infection forced the amputation of one leg above the knee, this once-world traveler was suddenly permanently immobilized. The family was, of course, shocked and saddened. And my mother and aunts found themselves upset and conflicted, trying to maintain a balance of supporting my grandmother’s right to control the circumstance of her death and urging her to continue to live. I’m happy to say that my grandmother decided not to hasten her death after all. She found reasons to go on, like the birth of her first great-grandchild and, oddly, the true story of a disabled man who won the right to an assisted suicide, as portrayed in the controversial film, “The Sea Inside.” I tell my grandmother’s story not to make a political point about the right to die, but because I suspect that many people have a similar tale about their grandparents or father or mother or husband or wife. Considering how science and technology have extended our natural lives to amazing, and sometimes disturbing, lengths. It’s no surprise, then, if the subject of controlling death is coming up a lot more often in family discussions.
A major power-cut has cut electricity supply to thousands of homes around Letterkenny.The power went in homes and business around 9.25am.The ESB say a major fault has occurred but are unable to say what was the cause. The power has since returned. ESB SAY MAJOR FAULT HAS KNOCKED OUT POWER TO THOUSANDS OF HOMES was last modified: November 13th, 2012 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:ESBfaultletterkenny
Ras Dhun na nGall 2014Stage 1 ResultsArdara – Ardara 30 May 2014 Stage 1 Stage ResultNesbitt Arms Hotel/ Ardara Town TradersIssued: 30 May 2014, 21:57———————————————————————— Organisation: Four Masters CC Country: IRLClass: na .Winner’s Time: 1h13’21” Deadline: NoneRace Dist: 52.00 kms / 32.34 Miles Total Dist: 52.00 kms / 32.34 milesSpeed: 42.54 kph / 26.45 mph Average: 42.54 kph / 26.45 mph Number of Starters: 130 Number of Finishers: 129Did Not Start: 8 Did Not Finish: 1————————————————————————PL No. UCI Code Name TM Team Time @ 1 122 Breheny,Joseph UCD UCD 1h13’21”2 109 Hylands,Luke TVR Team Vision Racing 1h13’21”3 52 McBride,Peter ERR Errigal CC 1h13’21”4 27 Corcorcan,Liam CAS Castlebar CC 1h13’21”5 125 O’Malley,Terry UCD UCD 1h13’21”6 126 O’Reilly,Paul UCD UCD 1h13’21”7 138 Quinn,Paul IWH Island Wheelers 1h13’21”8 10 Kane,Bobby BAN Bann Wheelers 1h13’21”9 16 Moore,Darnell CAL Caldwell 1h13’21”10 41 McGarrigle,Dylan DON Donegal 1h13’21”————————————————————————General Classification————————————————————————PL No. UCI Code Name CAT Team GC Time @1 122 Breheny,Joseph 2 UCD 1h13’21”2 109 Hylands,Luke 3 Team Vision Raci 1h13’21” = s/t3 52 McBride,Peter 2 Errigal CC 1h13’21” = s/t4 27 Corcorcan,Liam U Castlebar CC 1h13’21” = s/t5 125 O’Malley,Terry 3 UCD 1h13’21” = s/t6 126 O’Reilly,Paul 3 UCD 1h13’21” = s/t7 138 Quinn,Paul 3 Island Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t8 10 Kane,Bobby 2 Bann Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t9 16 Moore,Darnell J Caldwell 1h13’21” = s/t10 41 McGarrigle,Dylan J Donegal 1h13’21” = s/t11 114 Clarke,Cathal J The Belgain Proj 1h13’21” = s/t12 21 Kelly,Michael 3 Carn Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t13 35 Reilly,Ryan J Cycling Ulster 1h13’21” = s/t14 132 McBride,Aaron U Four Masters 1h13’21” = s/t15 75 Doherty,Michael V North Pole 1h13’21” = s/t16 105 Feeley,Daire J SeEng 1h13’21” = s/t17 38 Doherty,Rossa J Donegal 1h13’21” = s/t18 12 Hinch,Philip 2 Brotherton 1h13’21” = s/t19 118 Orr,Ryan J The Belgain Proj 1h13’21” = s/t20 51 Keeney,Cormac 3 Errigal CC 1h13’21” = s/t21 70 Farrell,Rory 2 Newry Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t22 110 McKnight,David V Team Vision Raci 1h13’21” = s/t23 86 Hudson,Neal 3 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t24 39 Donoghue,Evan J Donegal 1h13’21” = s/t25 99 Vereker,Martin 3 St Tiernans 1h13’21” = s/t26 100 Coyle,Chris 3 Strabane 1h13’21” = s/t27 37 McAllister,Leo 2 Dig Deep 1h13’21” = s/t28 69 Curran,Conor J Newry Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t29 68 McGauley,Mark 2 MAD MTB 1h13’21” = s/t30 20 Kelly,Patrick 3 Carn Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t31 128 Devins,Michael V U/A 1h13’21” = s/t32 11 Kelly,Aidan 3 Bikeworx Celbrid 1h13’21” = s/t33 89 Sheridan,Fionn 3 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t34 135 Walsh,Stephen 3 Carn Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t35 42 McGinley,Jordan J Donegal 1h13’21” = s/t36 19 Gribbon,Alastair V Carn Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t37 133 Boyle,John V Tir Chonaill 1h13’21” = s/t38 23 McCrory,Joseph 3 Carn Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t39 112 Hughes,Keith V Bikeworx 1h13’21” = s/t40 17 Mulligan,Paul V Caldwell 1h13’21” = s/t41 83 Collins,Aidan 3 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t42 61 Purcell,Billy 3 Usher IRC 1h13’21” = s/t43 33 McAuley,Craig J Cycling Ulster 1h13’21” = s/t44 101 Orr,Rodney 3 Strabane 1h13’21” = s/t45 8 Shaw,Ryan U Ballymena 1h13’21” = s/t46 95 Wright,Jody 3 Phoenix CC 1h13’21” = s/t47 50 Somers,Michael 3 Eire OG 1h13’21” = s/t48 96 Gallagher,Richard 3 St Tiernans 1h13’21” = s/t49 130 McKenna,Barry V West Tyrone 1h13’21” = s/t50 115 Gilmore,Curtis U The Belgain Proj 1h13’21” = s/t51 59 DiBacco,Valerio 3 Galway Bay CC 1h13’21” = s/t52 13 McNally,Gerard V BVRC 1h13’21” = s/t53 123 Dwyer,Niall 3 UCD 1h13’21” = s/t54 111 Stewart,Rodney V Team Vision Raci 1h13’21” = s/t55 117 McBride,Michael U The Belgain Proj 1h13’21” = s/t56 74 Connor,Myles V North Pole 1h13’21” = s/t57 121 McGee,Peter V Tir Chonaill 1h13’21” = s/t58 60 Kelly,Donal 2 Galway Bay CC 1h13’21” = s/t59 15 Donaghey,David 3 Caldwell 1h13’21” = s/t60 6 Grant,Cliff V Ballymena 1h13’21” = s/t61 108 Vaughan,Paul 2 Sportactive 1h13’21” = s/t62 84 Collins,Diarmuid 2 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t63 90 Watson,Nick 3 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t64 36 Swan,Aaron J Cycling Ulster 1h13’21” = s/t65 4 Brennan,Matthew U Ballymena 1h13’21” = s/t66 94 McVeigh,Ciaran 3 Phoenix CC 1h13’21” = s/t67 67 McDunphy,Con J Lucan 1h13’21” = s/t68 79 Muldoon,Caimin J Nicolas Roche PT 1h13’21” = s/t69 26 Benson,Karl J Castlebar CC 1h13’21” = s/t70 97 Malone,John 3 St Tiernans 1h13’21” = s/t71 120 Brennan,Michael 3 Tir Chonaill 1h13’21” = s/t72 129 Carroll,David V Usher IRC 1h13’21” = s/t73 113 O’Kane,Michael V Termon Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t74 31 McGreehan,Nathan J Cuchulainn CC 1h13’21” = s/t75 40 McBrearty,Eamonn J Donegal 1h13’21” = s/t76 9 Taggart,Simon 3 Ballymena 1h13’21” = s/t77 46 Kilgallen,Peter J Eire OG 1h13’21” = s/t78 58 Russell,Michael V Four Masters 1h13’21” = s/t79 137 Murphy,Stephen J Cunga 1h13’21” = s/t80 28 Moran,Gary J Castlebar CC 1h13’21” = s/t81 91 Boyle,Edmond V Phoenix CC 1h13’21” = s/t82 81 McCarter,Darragh 2 Omagh Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t83 53 McKinley,Matthew 3 Errigal CC 1h13’21” = s/t84 63 Dunlop,Raymond 3 Lakeland 1h13’21” = s/t85 72 Sands,Jude U Newry Wheelers 1h13’21” = s/t86 85 Connors,Odhran 2 Orwell CC 1h13’21” = s/t87 64 Grory,Kieran V Lakeland 1h13’21” = s/t88 116 Hanna,Zak U The Belgain Proj 1h13’21” = s/t89 136 Scully,Gary 2 Nenagh CC 1h13’21” = s/t90 1 Balassi,Daniel 3 Adamstown CC 1h13’21” = s/t91 65 Dillon,Colm 3 Limerick CC 1h13’21” = s/t92 32 Maguire,Rory J Cycling Ulster 1h13’21” = s/t93 54 Clancy,Donal 3 Four Masters 1h13’21” = s/t94 98 May,Fergal 3 St Tiernans 1h13’21” = s/t95 93 Byrne,Olan 3 Phoenix CC 1h13’21” = s/t96 29 Tuohy,Peter 2 Castlebar CC 1h13’21” = s/t97 2 Greer,Robert J Apollo CT 1h13’21” = s/t98 47 McMorrow,Brian 3 Eire OG 1h13’21” = s/t99 102 Ennis,John 3 Bikeworx 1h13’21” = s/t100 55 Doherty,Denis 3 Four Masters 1h13’21” = s/t101 107 Heneghan,Kieran U SeEng 1h13’21” = s/t102 73 Carter,Christy J North Pole 1h13’21” = s/t103 103 Hutchinson,Chris 3 Madigan 1h13’42” @21″104 62 McLaughlin,Cathal 3 Island Wheelers 1h13’44” @23″105 92 Maguire,Gerard V Phoenix CC 1h14’02” @41″106 43 McGuigan,Phillip V Duffin Transport 1h14’02” = s/t107 25 Taylor,Johnny 2 Carn Wheelers 1h14’04” @43″108 7 Kiernahan,Nigel V Ballymena 1h14’04” = s/t109 24 Smyth,Desmond V Carn Wheelers 1h16’10” @02’49”110 5 Dougan,David 3 Ballymena 1h16’10” = s/t111 80 Donaghy,Seamus 3 Omagh Wheelers 1h16’31” @03’10”112 57 Porter,Ciaran 3 Four Masters 1h17’03” @03’42”113 34 McComb,Harry J Cycling Ulster 1h17’44” @04’23”114 127 Quinn,Niall 3 UCD 1h19’12” @05’51”115 66 Farrell,David 3 Longford 1h20’56” @07’35”116 49 Mulleady,Joseph 3 Eire OG 1h21’01” @07’40”117 124 Noone,Jamie 3 UCD 1h21’04” @07’43”118 76 Donnelly,Barry 3 North Pole 1h21’04” = s/t119 78 Gallagher,Colin 3 North Pole 1h21’04” = s/t120 22 McAleese,Eunan U Carn Wheelers 1h24’20” @10’59”121 134 Scullion,Michael 3 Carn Wheelers 1h24’20” = s/t122 44 O’Hagan,Niall V Duffin Transport 1h24’20” = s/t123 3 Booth,Hall V Ballymena 1h25’11” @11’50”124 131 Adair,Matthew U XMTB 1h25’37” @12’16”125 48 McGuinn,Jake J Eire OG 1h26’39” @13’18”126 106 Gibson,Jonathon V SeEng 1h28’28” @15’07”127 56 Morning,Patrick V Four Masters 1h29’41” @16’20”128 77 Eccles,Kieran 3 North Pole 1h29’41” = s/t129 30 Walsh,Michael J Castlebar CC 1h29’41” = s/t————————————————————————Junior Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name TM Time1 16 Moore,D CAL = 1h13’21”2 41 McGarrigle,D DON @3 114 Clarke,C TBP @4 35 Reilly,R ULS @5 105 Feeley,D SNG @————————————————————————U/23 Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name TM Time1 27 Corcorcan,L CAS = 1h13’21”2 132 McBride,A FOU @3 8 Shaw,R BAL @4 115 Gilmore,C TBP @5 117 McBride,M TBP @————————————————————————Vet Overall————————————————————————PL No. Name TM Time1 75 Doherty,M NOP = 1h13’21”2 110 McKnight,D TVR @3 128 Devins,M U/A @4 19 Gribbon,A CAR @5 133 Boyle,J TCL @6 112 Hughes,K BIK @————————————————————————Team General Classification————————————————————————PL Name Time1 UCD 3h40’03”2 Donegal = s/t3 Carn Whee = s/t4 Team Visi = s/t5 The Belga = s/t6 Orwell CC = s/t————————————————————————CYCLING: RÁS DHÚN NA nGALL RESULTS – STAGE 1 was last modified: May 30th, 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:CYCLING: RAS DONEGAL RESULTS – STAGE 1
Los Alamitos 3, Esperanza 2 Rachael Moss had 14 kills and six aces and Geena Urango had 16 kills to lead the Griffins (17-2, 2-0) to a 25-20, 21-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13 win in Sunset League action. Mayfair 3, Glenn 0 Jill Sorem recorded 10 kills and nine digs to lead the Monsoons (6-7, 3-0) 25-17, 25-20, 26-16 in Suburban League competition. Gahr 3, Lynwood 0 Wilson 3, Millikan 0 Elise Hendrickson recorded nine killsand Stephanie Barry contributed eight kills and nine digs to lead the Bruins (9-3, 5-0) to a 25-19, 25-19, 25-14 win over the Rams in Moore League play. The Jordan High girls volleyball team took a game from Poly and actually had a four-point lead midway through the fourth game on Thursday before the Jackrabbits prevailed 25-19, 16-25, 25-20, 25-15 in Moore League play. The Panthers (13-6), up 14-10 in the fourth game, were outscored 15-1 as Jessica Colberg (13 kills) and Danielle Moskitis (25 assists) led Poly to a 10-point win. .” Carmen Rodriguez recorded six aces and Monique Rodriguez added 10 kills to lead the Gladiators (2-8, 1-1) to a 25-3, 25-10, 25-9 win in San Gabriel Valley League competition. Downey Calvary Chapel 3, Campbell Hall 1 Marissa Sitka had seven blocks and Janae Miley had nine kills to lead the Grizzlies (6-1, 1-1) to a 23-25, 29-27, 25-15, 25-19 victory in Alpha League play. St. Matthias 3, Serra 1 Colleen Morano had 10 aces as the Victorians (4-3, 1-1) won 25-12, 25-15, 22-25, 25-9 in Camino Real league action. Narbonne 3, Carson 1 Mary Laupepa had 17 kills and 10 digs , but the Colts (6-1, 3-1) fell to the Gauchos (6-1, 3-1) 26-24, 25-21, 21-25, 25-16 in Marine League play. San Pedro 3, Gardena 0 With 20 assists and 10 aces, Antonela Perhat led the Pirates to a 25-6, 25-3, 25-3 Marine League victory as they remained undefeated on the season. Alex Bubica added eights digs and seven aces and five kills, and Shannon Miller had six kills for San Pedro (21-0, 4-0). BOYS WATER POLO Wilson 20, Jordan 2 Thirteen different Bruins scored, including Matt McKeon three times, for the Bruins (9-2, 1-0) in the Moore League opener. Cerritos 15, Norwalk 3 Vijan De Los Reyes led a singles sweep as the Dons improved to 6-0 in Suburban League play. Kristee Tinio and Bryana Montoya went 2-1 for Norwalk. La Mirada 11, Mayfair 7 Lulue He swept her singles sets 6-2, 6-4, 6-2 to lead the Matadores (5-6, 4-1) in Suburban League play. Poly 13, Cabrillo 5 Monica Rodriguez swept her singles sets to lead the Jackrabbits (8-3, 3-2) in Moore League play. Wilson 15, Millikan 5 The doubles team of Katy Visico and Jillian Sangria swept their sets to lead the Bruins (6-1, 4-1) in Moore League play. Lakewood 18, Jordan 0 The Lancers remained unbeaten (9-0, 5-0) by sweeping the Panthers (0-5) in Moore League play. Warren 12, Lynwood 6 Caterina Vivirito swept her sets as did Susan Kim to lead the Bears (5-4, 3-1) in SGVL competition. Valley Christian 14, Maranatha 4 Cristina Stavro went 2-1 and the doubles team of Erin Halma and Kim Robison swept their sets as the Crusaders (6-2, 4-0) remained undefeated in the Alpha League. Carson 7, Narbonne 0 Eleonor Fernandez and Cecila Raymundo each won their singles sets to lead the Colts (7-0, 4-0) in Marine League play. Paramount 15, Downey 3 The doubles team of Claudia Miranda and Jessica Vallejo won their sets 6-3, 6-0, 6-3, and Belsey Cortez swept her singles to lead the Pirates (9-2, 2-1) in SGVL action. Bishop Montgomery 12, St. Joseph 6 Justine Abella, Nicole Bablot and Katherine Guimapang won two singles sets, but the Jesters (6-6, 0-3) fell in Serra League play. GIRLS GOLF Mayfair 215, Downey 276 Kristin Osterhout and Maddy Fletcher each fired an even-par 36 to lead the Monsoons (7-1, 5-1) at Rio Hondo Golf Course. Millikan 277, Cabrillo 320 A.J. Ponce shot a 6-over 42 and teammate Christina An shot a 47 to lead the Rams (6-8, 6-2) to a Moore League victory at the El Dorado Golf Course. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Gahr 22, Dominguez 36 Jose Gonzalez (18 minutes) finished second, but led the Gladiators to the SGVL win at Hollydale Park’s 3-mile course. Toribio Duarte of Downey placed first with a time of 17:14. GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY Dominguez 25, Gahr 31 Komal Sanathara placed second with a time of 22:26, but the Gladiators (0-2) fell in SGVL competition. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Have you ever wondered why your body doesn’t evolve? After all, it is kind of like a population of trillions of organisms. Why shouldn’t it follow the rules of natural selection? Philip Ball asked this question in News@Nature recently. “Evolution is usually thought of as something that happens to whole organisms,” he teased. “But there’s no fundamental reason why, for multicelled organisms, it shouldn’t happen within a single organism too.” So why haven’t you evolved into something else by now? The answer is as fascinating as it is unexpected: your body works overtime to keep you from evolving:It’s not easy making a human. Getting from a fertilized egg to a full-grown adult involves a near-miracle of orchestration, with replicating cells acquiring specialized functions in just the right places at the right times. So you’d think that, having done the job once, our bodies would replace cells when required by the simplest means possible. Oddly, they don’t. Our tissues don’t renew themselves by mere copying, with old skin cells dividing into new skin cells and so forth. Instead, they keep repeating the laborious process of starting each cell from scratch. Now scientists think they know why: it could be nature’s way of making sure that we don’t evolve as we grow older.And it’s a good thing the body prevents you from evolving. Ball explains that mutants would have a selective advantage to hijack your other cells without doing any work: “mutant cells that don’t do their specialized job so well tend to replicate more quickly than non-mutants, and so gain a competitive advantage, freeloading off the others,” he explained. “In such a case, our wonderfully wrought bodies could grind to a halt.” My, what would Charles Darwin think of that. This is too funny. Not only did the pro-evolutionist writer Philip Ball knock off another Darwinian concept in the pro-Darwin rag Nature, he praised our “wonderfully wrought bodies” with their “near-miracle of orchestration” in language that would warm the heart of any believer in intelligent design. My, what would Phillip Johnson think of that.(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0