The Port St. Lucie Police Department has arrested and relocated an alligator that was reportedly going after pets in one South Florida neighborhood.According to the report, residents in the Riverland community contacted authorities after the 4-foot gator was witnessed chasing their pets on several occasions.Authorities were able to capture the animal Monday and relocated it.Living in Florida we are no strangers to alligators. Iif you come into contact with a nuisance alligator, described as being at least 4-feet in length, and poses a threat to people, pets, or property, you are asked to call Florida’s Nuisance Alligator Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR.
By Gail WoodWith about 880 tribal members, the Chehalis Tribal Center is a busy place, dealing with everything from health care, safety, welfare and education of its community.If tribal members need a tooth pulled or their heart checked, they go to the center. At the wellness clinic, there are two part-time doctors, with nurses and other supporting staff. There are also three dental chairs.“It’s run like city government, providing services,” said Rodney Youckton, the interim CEO of the Chehalis Tribal Enterprises. “They are busy.”Besides the health clinic, Youckton said social services, including child welfare, mental health, and drug and alcohol programs, are offered on site. A courtroom and police station round out the center.“We have a travel court system which connects with the police station,” Youckton said. “There’s a judge that handles the civil and administrative cases.”Tribal members with housing needs also go to the Tribal Center for help. The center, which Youckton said was built in the early 1950s, is the place to go to get help in a lot of different areas.“We have a housing program for the tribe. We receive monies from HUD to provide housing programs for our tribal members, whether it be new housing or rental housing,” Youckton said. “It’s to help provide them finances and assistance in housing needs.”From preschool children to retired seniors, there’s help for tribal members at the center. A Head Start program and early childhood daycare for kids entering elementary schools either at the Rochester or Oakville school districts is provided at the center. There’s also an elders program that provides services to elders.“(The center helps) especially at meal time to ensure that everyone can have a balanced diet,” Youckton said. “They provide meals for the home bound as well.”The Chehalis Tribal Center is located on reservation land between Oakville and Rochester. It also houses the central government office where there is the tribal chairman, general manager, planning department, assistant general manager, HR staff, finance staff and the tribal attorneys.“There are budgets for all the departments and there are checks and balances to make sure everyone is within their budget,” Youckton said.Youckton said the Chehalis Tribal Center has been renovated and expanded several times in the last 60 years. One of the additions has been to incorporate the Department of Natural Resources, bringing biologists, fisheries, and land management experts on to the reservation.“The Tribal Center is probably the nerve center for all the services,” Youckton said.It’s also a good place for tribal members to come and seek employment, to find out about services and to get help on education.Youckton said there’s another building that’s just beyond the tribal center that houses a community center.“(Inside the community center) are tutors to help kids after school,” Youckton said. “There are activities to promote good health. They coordinate with the kids to go on field trips to different areas on the weekends.”Or they may help enter kids in basketball or softball tournaments.Besides sports and education, there’s also a community center program to teach traditional tribal crafts, like basket weaving or wood carving, to kids. Youckton adds that a language coordinator helps kids learn the tribal language so it’s not lost.An all-around facility, the Chehalis Tribal Center is a key component to tribal living.The Chehalis Tribal Center is open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. during the week. Facebook20Tweet0Pin0 read more
Another week, another signing by the braintrust of the Selkirk College Saints Men’s Hockey program.Staff is pleased to announce a commitment from defenceman Lucas Hildebrand of Vancouver, B.C. to attend the Castlegar-based school for the upcoming 2012/13 B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League season.Hildebrand joins the Saints following three seasons in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, which he split between the Grand Forks Border Bruins and the Revelstoke Grizzlies.He was Revelstoke’s highest scoring defenceman during the 2011/12 season with seven goals and 30 assists in 49 games, helping the Grizzlies to a 37-11-0-4 record and a first place finish in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference. He was honoured with the Grizzlies’ Best Defenceman award at the conclusion of the season. “Lucas is a player we’ve been focused on for a while now and I’m very excited that he’s made the decision to pursue his education at Selkirk College,” says Saints head coach Jeff Dubois.”He comes to us on a very good recommendation from his coach in Revelstoke and with Vernon of the BCHL, where he played some games as a 20-year old last season.” At 6-foot-4 and 200-pounds, Hildebrand brings size and a big shot to the Saints’ blueline. “I’m excited to come to Selkirk for the opportunity to meet new people, play a high level of hockey and start a new chapter in my life,” says Hildebrand, who describes himself as a stay-at-home defenceman with a whatever-it-takes attitude.”I’m looking forward to continuing my hockey career at a great school and starting my schooling with the goal of becoming a firefighter.” Hildebrand is the fourth defenceman to commit to the Saints for the 2012/13 season, joining Brett Kipling (Melville, SJHL), Dylan Smith (Richmond, PIJHL) and Mark Strachan (Kimberley, KIJHL). Also committed to the Saints for the 2012/13 season are forwards Logan Proulx (Cowichan Valley, BCHL), Thomas Hardy (Aldergrove, PIJHL), Jackson Garrett (Comox Valley, VIJHL), Stephen Saretsky (Wellington, OJHL), Cole Thomson (Kerry Park, VIJHL), Scott Swiston (Creston, KIJHL), Connor McLaughlin (Fernie, KIJHL), Kyle Golz (Grandview, PIJHL), Cody Fidgett (Delta, PIJHL), John Proctor (Delta, PIJHL), Matthew Luongo (Aldergrove, PIJHL), Jared Seutter (Chase, KIJHL) and Brodie Gibbon (Oceanside, VIJHL) as well as goaltender Stephen Wolff (Oceanside, VIJHL). read more
With four games remaining in the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) regular season, the Selkirk College Saints are in an unfamiliar late-February position of looking up in the standings.After a rocky start to the second half of the season, the Saints quest for home-ice advantage in the looming post-season has started to slip away. With four games remaining in the regular season, the Saints are staying focused on sowing the seeds of their own destiny as they push for their fifth straight BCIHL championship. read more
Last week saw the semi-finals being played.In the Bowl event, Tubs Titans will take on Keleone Greens. This game kicks off at 11am while Rigo Magani will lock horns with Aroma East Coast in the Plate grand final starting at 1pm.The Cup grand final will see the Porebada Bulldogs go up against Aroma West Coast at 3pm.The grand final will be played next Friday at the Kone Tigers Oval in the nation’s capital.
Former Lone Star skipper, George Gebro is the national director of the National Sports Consultants Incorporated, a release issued in Monrovia has said.It said the National Sports Consultants, Inc. is a non-profit organization, bringing together sports administrators, professionals, former athletes, veterans and passionate sports enthusiasts.The release further said some of the objectives of the organization are to provide research and consultancy, marketing strategies and media relations, training and technical assistance and design youth and grassroots sporting programs.The organization also provide conduit for national and international partnership and support and design programs for raise funds, partnership and coordination.The release, signed by national director, George Gebro, appealed for collaborative partnership with the media to promote sports in Liberia. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) read more
The six men reportedly found with a quantity of firearms and ammunition while travelling in a stolen car after allegedly attempting to commit a robbery two weeks ago were slapped with another charge when they appeared before Providence Magistrate Sunil Scarce.Mark Prince, 39, a taxi driver of La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD; Nabadingi Gobin, 24, of Georgetown; Leonard Khan, 31, a fish vendor of Albouystown, Georgetown; Edward Skeete, 30, of Albouystown; Marvin Blackman, 27, a fish vendor of South Ruimveldt Georgetown, and Steve Hercules were each charged with attempting to commit a felony, and each denied the additional charge.The men had appeared before the same court on Tuesday last, charged jointly with two counts of conspiracy and nine counts of gun and ammunition possession without being licensed firearm holders at the time.With the exception of Steve Hercules, who was the driver of the stolen car, each of the men had entered a not guilty plea. Hercules admitted to all of the charges, except the charge of changing the identification mark on the stolen car.The six accused were nabbed after they reportedly attempted to rob poultry farmer Michael Chang Yuen of Supply, East Bank Demerara. Four of the men had reportedly entered the man’s yard, but upon spotting them, the family raised an alarm. The men quickly retreated to the waiting motorcar, parked a short distance away, and fled the scene.However, the Police were alerted, and a roadblock was set up in the vicinity of the Grove Public Road, where the four men, along with two others in the same car, were captured.A search carried out on the vehicle unearthed one sledgehammer, two pairs of latex gloves, trade plates, and the weapons and ammunition.The men have all been remanded to prison, and the case will continue on May 10. read more
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Killbillies are set to open their roller derby season this Saturday.The team is hosting the Grand Prairie Radleak Rollers as both teams try to start the season with a win.Killbillies pivot Jenna “Jennacide” Hildebrand expects the first game to start off with the team just trying to figure each other out, with the rest of the game turning into a fast and hard hitting affair.- Advertisement -The team roster will be comprised of multiple new faces but will still include team jammer “Boom Boom” Bethy; Francis “Break ’em”; Freddy “Bruiser”; and “Knockout”, who all played last year.The team is looking to develop their younger players this year, but according to Hildebrand the team still has solid chemistry and will be competitive.Pre-season rankings had the Killbillies ranked 24th in Canadian Roller Derby.Advertisement The game starts this Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena. read more
A lovely calm warm night prompted nearly 300 runners and walkers to take part in the Annual Sean Mac Cumhaills 5k race.Congratulations to Gerard Gallagher (16.21) and Theresa Mc Gloin(17.44) who won their respective categories.Thanks to the organisers, all the marshalls, time keepers and tea makers. A special mention goes to Shane Mc Nulty who was the organiser in chief.Thanks to all the runners and walkers from Sean Mac Cumhaills.The following are the results and times.Position Race No Time FirstName Surname Cat Club 1 32 16.21 GERARD GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C2 314 16.34 IVAN TONER SM Letterkenny A C3 331 16.36 AIDAN CALLAGHAN SM 24/7 Triathlon4 112 16.50 MARK MCGUINESS JM Tír Chonaill A C5 213 16.57 GAVIN CRAWFORD SM Letterkenny A C 6 224 17.06 NOEL DIVER SM Rosses A.C.7 315 17.07 PAUL TONER SM Letterkenny A C8 206 17.10 CIARAN MCBRIDE SM Letterkenny A C9 132 17.14 RYAN PORTER JM Finn Valley A C 10 349 17.22 KIERAN CARLIN M40 Finn Valley A C11 306 17.24 COLIN MCNULTY SM Finn Valley A C12 29 17.27 SHANE MC NULTY SM Finn Valley A C13 113 17.29 DEAN TOLAND SM Finn Valley A C14 312 17.44 TERESA MCGLOIN SW Finn Valley A C15 131 17.47 SEAN MCFADDEN SM Letterkenny A C16 118 17.49 JOE ENGLISH M50 Letterkenny A C17 345 17.56 OISIN GALLEN JM Finn Valley A C18 19 18.10 MARTIN IRWIN M40 Finn Valley A C19 104 18.30 LIAM MURRAY SM Unattached20 33 18.35 TOM THOMPSON M40 Finn Valley A C21 139 18.45 ALAN OMAHONEY SM 24/7 Triathlon22 117 18.48 ADRIAN TOYE SM Unattached23 30 18.49 MICHAEL PENROSE M40 Finn Valley A C24 318 18.51 DARREN MCGOWAN SM Unattached25 174 19.02 DALE GALLAGHER JM Letterkenny A C26 36 19.14 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M40 Finn Valley A C27 207 19.16 ADAM LYNCH JM Finn Valley A C28 17 19.21 RAYMOND DOHERTY M45 Finn Valley A C29 143 19.22 ADRIAN ODONELL SM Unattached30 38 19.33 BRENDAN IRWIN SM Finn Valley A C31 105 19.37 TREVOR DOHERTY SM Unattached32 257 19.52 CONOR THOMPSON JM Unattached33 162 19.54 MICHAEL RUSHE SM Unattached34 156 19.56 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M50 Foyle Valley35 301 20.02 MICHAEL DUIGNAM JM Unattached36 329 20.05 MICHAEL MCNULTY M40 Unattached37 149 20.07 DAVID GORDON JM Unattached38 39 20.10 MICHAEL PENROSE SM Finn Valley A C39 137 20.14 AARON KELLY JM Unattached40 360 20.15 DANNY MCGEEHAN JM Unattached41 228 20.16 CONOR LYONS JM Finn Valley A C42 20 20.17 ANDY SCANLON M45 Finn Valley A C43 186 20.18 SEAN GALLAGHER JM Letterkenny A C44 319 20.21 DARREN PRICE SM Unattached45 110 20.25 DONAL HAUGHEY M55 Unattached46 150 20.28 RICHARD GORDON JM Unattached47 342 20.29 JOE CARLIN M45 Finn Valley A C48 109 20.30 PATRICK BRENNAN SM Unattached49 24 20.31 CHARMIAN OBRIEN SW Finn Valley A C50 317 20.32 SHANE MCBRIDE JM Finn Valley A C51 121 20.34 PJ FRIEL M50 Unattached52 42 20.39 MARTIN ANDERSON M40 Finn Valley A C53 309 20.44 TONY GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C54 116 20.48 GERARD DEVINE SM Unattached55 103 20.53 ANTHONY MURRAY M60 Unattached56 225 20.56 SHAUN BOYCE SM Unattached57 204 21.01 SEAMUS CURRAN SM Finn Valley A C58 216 21.02 MIRIAM BONNER W40 Finn Valley A C59 336 21.04 SEAN OLEARY M50 Finn Valley A C60 307 21.07 MARTIN GALLAGHER JM Unattached61 141 21.08 JOHN CRAWFORD SM Unattached62 354 21.10 WILLIAM FRENEY M40 Unattached63 175 21.11 BRIAN MCCREA SM Unattached64 218 21.15 PAUL GILDEA SM Unattached65 310 21.20 BRENDAN PATTON M50 Finn Valley A C66 346 21.21 NAOISE ENRIGHT SM Letterkenny A C67 140 21.23 MICHAEL GALLAGHER M40 Unattached68 220 21.24 NOEL LYNCH M40 Letterkenny A C69 220 21.24 SONIA MOORE SW Unattached70 40 21.26 NOREEN BONNER W50 Finn Valley A C71 321 21.27 KEVIN ODONNELL SM Unattached72 201 21.29 KARL HUGHES JM Unattached73 334 21.38 NIALL GALLEN SM Unattached74 320 21.43 MICHAEL PATTON SM Unattached75 128 21.53 DEIRDRE DIVER SW Rosses A.C.76 127 21.56 SHARON MCCOOL BLACK SW Unattached77 305 22.05 DAIRE OMAHONEY JM Lifford A C78 356 22.07 MAX MCGONAGLE M40 Unattached79 151 22.08 LIAM GORDON SM Unattached80 322 22.09 VERA HAUGHEY W50 Tír Chonaill A C81 347 22.11 BERNARD MC GEEHAN SM Unattached82 323 22.15 JACKIE HARVEY W50 Tír Chonaill A C83 155 22.18 TERRY MCDEVITT SM Unattached84 311 22.19 JOHN LYNCH SM Unattached85 368 22.20 MAURICE LAFFERTY M45 Unattached86 208 22.22 TOMMY HILL SM Letterkenny A C87 43 22.23 AILISH PATTON SW Finn Valley A C88 124 22.24 DERMOTT GALLAGHER SM Unattached89 45 22.26 AISHLEAN MC GEEHAN SW Finn Valley A C90 353 22.27 JAMES MAGUIRE M50 Finn Valley A C91 308 22.28 CONOR GRIFFIN JM Unattached92 361 22.29 KIERAN TOURISH JM Unattached93 46 22.31 MARY HIPPSLEY W40 Finn Valley A C94 341 22.43 SEAN MCMENAMIN M50 Finn Valley A C95 313 22.43 JANE MCGINLEY SW Unattached96 50 22.53 MARIA MC GONAGLE SW Finn Valley A C97 332 22.55 MAEVE CULHANE SW Finn Valley A C98 355 22.58 GLORIA DONAGHEY W50 Finn Valley A C99 362 23.01 GARETH MCKANE SM Unattached100 89 23.02 SINEAD MC CONNELL W40 Finn Valley A C101 337 23.08 KAREN DUFFNER W40 Finn Valley A C102 86 23.09 EUGENE MC GINLEY M40 Unattached103 316 23.10 JORDAN GALLAGHER JM Finn Valley A C104 245 23.11 CONOR MCGILL SM Unattached105 92 23.13 EAMON MC CONNELL M40 Finn Valley A C106 85 23.20 SHAUN O DONNELL M45 Unattached107 157 23.21 ANNE MCGETTIGAN SW Unattached108 87 23.22 ERNIE POLLOCK M50 Unattached109 52 23.23 BARRY IRWIN SM Finn Valley A C110 102 23.26 CATHAL ROARTY M45 Letterkenny A C111 233 23.27 KIERAN BURKE SM Unattached112 148 23.28 COLIN MCTAGGART SM Unattached113 247 23.29 DENIS MCGILL SM Unattached114 48 23.30 CRONIN SCANLON SM Finn Valley A C115 357 23.41 ROSEMARIE HEENEY SW Unattached116 328 23.58 DAVID OLIVER M45 Unattached117 53 24.22 SAMANTHA WILKINSON SW Finn Valley A C118 114 24.26 CATHY HARVEY W45 Unattached119 348 24.28 JIM HYNES M60 Finn Valley A C120 179 24.31 KEITH FRENCH SM Unattached121 180 24.32 ADRIAN ODONNELL SM Unattached122 146 24.37 PHILIP DOHERTY JM Unattached123 350 24.38 MARY KELLY W40 Unattached124 25 24.41 COURTNEY OBRIEN JW Finn Valley A C125 173 24.43 WESLEY MCKANE SM Finn Valley A C126 344 24.47 CAITRIONA GILLIGAN SW Finn Valley A C127 243 24.55 EUGENE MCGINLEY M45 Unattached128 177 24.59 GORDON RALE SM Unattached129 84 25.05 FIONA DEASLEY SW Unattached130 324 25.15 SHARON HAMILTON SW Finn Valley A C131 330 25.19 CAROLINE MCNULTY SW Unattached132 172 25.20 EMMA BRADY SW Unattached133 235 25.20 ELAINE MELAUGH SW Unattached134 6 25.22 SINEAD KELLY SW Finn Valley A C135 14 25.27 BRIDGEEN CANNON SW Unattached136 217 25.34 KIERAN KELLY M45 Finn Valley A C137 304 25.45 PAUL GALLAGHER SM Finn Valley A C138 351 26.00 BERNIE CROSSAN W40 Unattached139 303 26.08 ENDA COYLE SM Unattached140 60 26.10 BERNIE MC GUIRE SW Finn Valley A C141 215 26.14 DEBBIE MCNULTY SW Finn Valley A C142 239 26.15 ANGELA MCNAMEE SW Unattached143 5 26.26 LEONA CRONOLLY SW Finn Valley A C144 367 26.26 JENNIFER PEARSON SW Finn Valley A C145 178 26.32 DYMPHNA MCGINTY SW Unattached146 88 26.36 GRACE KELLY SW Finn Valley A C147 358 26.41 CAROLINE MAGUIRE W40 Finn Valley A C148 130 26.41 HELENE MCMENAMIN W40 Unattached149 339 26.49 JACK BRADLEY JM Unattached150 226 26.50 MELANIE SWEENEY SW Finn Valley A C151 343 26.51 STACEY MASTERSON SW Finn Valley A C152 11 26.52 MAIRE MCCOLGAN W40 Unattached153 144 26.56 LISA DOHERTY SW Unattached154 365 26.59 ALISIN STODDART SW Unattached155 115 27.07 ANITA MARTIN SW Unattached156 209 27.08 DESMOND BROWNLIE SM Lagan Valley157 242 27.10 ALISTAIR HETHERINGTON SM Unattached158 253 27.14 CAITRIONA LYONS SW Unattached159 56 27.20 MARY MARTIN W40 Finn Valley A C160 221 27.24 HUGO MCGUIRE M50 Finn Valley A C161 152 27.26 BERNIE MCMENAMIN SW Finn Valley A C162 166 27.36 DENISE ESPEY SW Unattached163 167 27.37 ROBERT THOMPSON SM Unattached164 2 27.41 CIARA MC BRIDE SW Finn Valley A C165 168 27.42 FRANCIS VENZON SM Unattached166 363 27.51 BRID MCGINTY SW Finn Valley A C167 71 27.54 MAGARET MC CONNELL SW Finn Valley A C168 254 28.00 MAC WALSH SM Unattached169 264 28.00 BRENDA OHORA SW Unattached170 3 28.00 SOPHIE KELLY SW Unattached171 223 28.06 MONICA GRIER W40 Unattached172 59 28.12 MARGARET DOHERTY W40 Finn Valley A C173 214 28.13 MICHAEL MCMENAMIN SM Finn Valley A C174 98 28.14 FINTAN O HAGAN SM Finn Valley A C175 7 28.17 CORA HARVEY SW Finn Valley A C176 93 28.18 DENISE MC GAHERN SW Finn Valley A C177 325 28.21 DENISE HARPER W45 Finn Valley A C178 265 28.23 ROISIN MCGLINCHEY SW Unattached179 138 28.24 MARCELLA MCBRIDE SW Unattached180 108 28.29 CRONA MCDEVITT SW Unattached181 76 28.36 SINEAD COLLINS SW Finn Valley A C182 107 28.51 SIMON MCDEVITT SM Unattached183 237 28.55 KARINA CAMPBELL SW Unattached184 333 28.56 BRID GALLEN SW Unattached185 135 28.57 AUDREY CRAWFORD W40 Finn Valley A C186 142 28.58 TEREZENE ELLIS SW Unattached187 12 28.59 ANNEMARIE LYNCH SW Finn Valley A C188 70 29.03 SIOBHAN BYRNE SW Finn Valley A C189 90 29.03 HELENNA CRAWFORD SW Finn Valley A C190 340 29.09 KEVIN MCHUGH M60 Finn Valley A C191 97 29.11 CHRIS MC GHEE SM Finn Valley A C192 129 29.14 ANDREA MCGOWAN SW Finn Valley A C193 184 29.20 DYLAN GALLAGHER JM Finn Valley A C194 13 29.26 MARIANA GALLEN SW Unattached195 8 29.31 MAIREAD GALLEN SW Finn Valley A C196 125 29.34 ROSEANNA BYRNE SW Unattached197 266 29.36 SIOBHAN MCCAULEY SW Unattached198 262 29.41 CORMAC ODONNELL JM Lifford A C199 241 29.47 SHERAL HETHERINGTON SW Unattached200 99 29.55 ANNMARIE O HAGAN SW Finn Valley A C201 73 30.12 PAULA JENSEN SW Finn Valley A C202 327 30.13 CORMAC SCULLY M60 Finn Valley A C203 126 30.15 CAROLINE SPRATT SW Unattached204 260 30.24 DEIRDRE MCGARRIGLE W40 Unattached205 263 30.27 DIARMAID ODONNELL JM Lifford A C206 236 30.33 DOLORES DOHERTY W40 Unattached207 231 30.35 ANNA CARR JW Finn Valley A C208 229 30.35 CLODAGH LYONS JW Finn Valley A C209 232 30.37 BRENDA CARR JW Finn Valley A C210 147 30.38 CHRISTOPHER MCBREARTY JM Unattached211 122 30.39 DIANE GALLAGHER W40 Unattached212 120 30.40 PADDY GALLAGHER M40 Letterkenny A C213 219 30.54 KAREN PETERSON W45 Unattached214 246 31.05 AILEEN DUFFY SW Unattached215 335 31.06 MAEVE CALLAGH W50 Unattached216 145 31.07 KATHY KELLY W45 Unattached217 234 31.08 KIERANNA MCCORMACK SW Unattached218 1 31.09 WENDY SCANLON SW Finn Valley A C219 176 31.47 HILARY PEARSON SW Unattached220 326 32.05 CLAIRE WEST SW Finn Valley A C221 373 32.09 NICOLA MCDAID SW Unattached222 359 32.10 BRIDIN GALLAGHER W40 Unattached223 75 32.25 MAIRE MC MENAMIN SW Finn Valley A C224 161 32.28 LENA REILLY W45 Unattached225 352 32.40 KELLY LYONS JW Unattached226 134 32.44 ELAINE MCARDLE SW Unattached227 159 32.49 ANNE SLEVIN W45 Unattached228 119 33.00 EILEEN LYNCH SW Unattached229 205 33.00 PAULINE LYNCH SW Unattached230 210 33.00 SALLY MCMENAMIN SW Unattached231 10 34.42 AVA MARTIN JW Unattached232 160 35.01 EILEEN DUNNION W45 Unattached233 158 35.02 ANNE DUNNION W50 Unattached234 171 37.20 ELLIE MCDAID JW Unattached235 182 38.12 TESSIE GALLAGHER SW Unattached236 187 38.14 EDEL ENNIS SW Unattached237 9 39.51 BETTY GALLEN SW Finn Valley A C238 212 39.58 LOUISE CALLAGHAN SW Unattached239 190 39.58 EMMA LOGUE SW Unattached240 211 39.58 AINE MCLAUGHLIN SW Unattached241 123 40.03 GWEN MCGILL W40 Unattached242 181 40.04 MARY GALLAGHER SW Unattached243 183 40.04 BRENDA GALLAGHER SW Unattached244 170 40.30 ISOBEL CARR SW Unattached245 169 40.31 MARY MULLIGAN SW Unattached246 248 41.19 DELANEY MCGUIRE JW Finn Valley A C247 302 42.35 CLIONA WILSON JW Finn Valley A C248 163 42.37 EILISH RUSHE W45 Unattached249 202 43.10 MARY MORROW SW Unattached250 203 43.10 BRIAN CRAWFORD SM Unattached251 136 43.40 JIMMY PHAIR M50 Unattached252 153 44.05 TOM ROWAN SM Unattached253 154 44.05 MEGAN ROWAN JW Unattached254 252 45.01 TRASA HEEKIN SW Unattached255 251 45.34 ESTHER GALLEN SW Unattached256 268 46.07 KAOLAN BYRNE JM Unattached257 366 46.07 FIONN MCGINTY JM Finn Valley A C258 267 46.20 CAROLINE BYRNE SW Unattached259 22 46.20 NUALA BYRNE SW Finn Valley A C260 188 46.26 DANIEL GALLEN SM Unattached261 133 46.40 KAREN MCARDLE SW Unattached262 189 47.13 MARCELLA GALLAGHER SW Unattached263 338 47.56 MONINE BRADLEY SW Unattached264 369 48.01 PADDY KELLY SM Unattached265 370 48.01 SHAUNA KELLY SW UnattachedBUMPER TURN-OUT FOR SEAN MACCUMHAILLS 5K – ALL THE RESULTS was last modified: September 7th, 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 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The bodies of two fishermen have been recovered from the water at Malinbeg in Glencolmcille today.The two men, a father and son who are originally from Poland, went fishing off Teelin Pier yesterday in a Rigid Inflatable Boat (a RIB).However, locals raised the alarm after noticing that the two men had not returned. A search operation was mounted and involved the Killybegs and Bunbeg Coast Guard, the Arranmore and Bundoran Lifeboats and Rescue 118.The two men, who live in Ireland, were on a fishing expedition in the area.This morning, a local farmer found one of the bodies and this afternoon the second body was taken from the water by members of the search team.Breaking news: Two bodies recovered after drowning off Glencolmcille coast was last modified: July 10th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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:DrowingGlencolmcilleteelinTEELIN PIER read more