View comments Joshua back ‘home’ to face Povetkin for heavyweight titles MOST READ Tim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown 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 Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Allen Durham still determined to help Meralco win 1st PBA title Porzingis is eligible for an extension this fall, but the Knicks seem prepared to wait until next summer. That would allow them to have more salary-cap space in July if they try to sign a player they won’t mortgage any of their future for now.“We feel comfortable with our organization and where we’re going and what we’re developing here,” Mills said, “and we think that when it’s time for us to go after free agents, we’ll be a place to attract free agents and we shouldn’t use our draft picks like that.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Gov’t to employ 6,000 displaced by Taal So while there are questions, the Knicks also feel they have certainty with the way they are building their team.They insist their future first-round draft picks will be used to select players for their own team, not to be dangled in trades that could land them an established player.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back Chriss“We’re committed to following a plan and not just shifting and pivoting because we see something that we think is attractive and might fast track something,” Knicks president Steve Mills said Thursday. “I’ve seen that happen and go wrong too many times and that’s not what we’re going to do.”It’s happened in New York, where the Knicks traded young players and future assets in 2011 to acquire Carmelo Anthony, rather than sign him the following summer as a free agent with the cap space they had. This time, they say they will wait for the summer of 2019, when Kyrie Irving, Jimmy Butler, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard could be among the free agents — even if one of them suddenly became available by trade now. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption New York Knicks’ Kristaps Porzingis, center, celebrates with team mates during the first half of a NBA basketball game against Sacramento Kings at Madison Square Garden in New York. APNEW YORK — Kristaps Porzingis is back with his teammates, though the New York Knicks don’t know when he’ll be back on the court.Joakim Noah won’t be back, though the terms of his departure still are being negotiated.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “We don’t want to jump at the shiny things,” coach David Fizdale said. “We want to make solid decisions and be patient with this process.”They will be patient with Porzingis, their All-Star forward who is still recovering from a torn ACL in February. He is back in New York and working out with his teammates, but faces more testing and rehab before the Knicks know when he can play.“As he meets certain milestones, we’ll continue his rehab process,” Mills said, “all toward the direction of when he feels 100 percent comfortable and we feel 100 percent comfortable that we’re not taking any risks with him, then he’ll be ready to come back.”Not so for Noah, despite the two years left on the $72 million deal he signed in 2015. He has been away from the team since clashing with former coach Jeff Hornacek last season. The Knicks remain in discussions with Noah and his representation to determine how he’ll leave the club.“The hope is that we can come to a resolution that is both advantageous to both Joakim and to the Knicks, and so that’s where it sits right now,” general manager Scott Perry said.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew
Sixty-six-year-old pensioner Abdool Jamil has been found guilty on two counts of child rape by a 12-member jury at the Sexual Offences Court on Monday afternoon.Abdool JamilAfter deliberating for almost four hours, the jury returned a unanimous verdict of guilty on the first count; which stated that Jamil had sexually penetrated the underage girl on May 30, 2014 at a West Coast Demerara village. A jury verdict in proportion of 10-2 found him guilty on the second count; which accused him of committing a similar act days after the first had been committed, on June 2, 2014.Jamil, who had been on bail prior to being found guilty, did not have much reaction to the jury verdicts. However, when he exited the court, he bowed his head away from the cameras. The girl whom he raped was 10 years old at the time of the incidents, and allegedly was known to him.According to the facts of the case, the child’s mother had travelled to attend a funeral in Linden and had left her young child in the care of a female relative. Jamil, however, dishonestly informed this female relative that the child’s mother had instructed that the child be left in his care.It is understood that on the night on May 30, 2014, when the child was sleeping under his care, he raped her. The child allegedly stayed with him until June 2, 2014, and he proceeded to sexually penetrate her again. However, after the second occurrence, the girl ran away to relatives and detailed to them what had transpired. Thus Jamil was arrested and charged.His case came up before Justice Priya Sewnarine-Beharry at court last week, and the matter was concluded on Monday. However, the offender’s sentencing has been delayed because his lawyer, Clyde Forde, has asked that a probation report be prepared and presented to the court.The judge has allowed the request and has adjourned the matter to August 13, 2018 for presentation of the said report, after which the pensioner will be sentenced.Jamil has been remanded to prison. State Counsel Lisa Cave presented the prosecution’s case over the last several days.
With Guyana’s 49th Republic Day anniversary approaching, the Education Ministry on Friday launched its Mash band which will take to the streets of Georgetown on February 23 in a bid to capture the top prize.The launch was held at the Ministry’s Brickdam office in the presence of Education Minister Nicolette Henry; Director of the National Centre for Educational Research Development, Jennifer Cumberbatch; Head of the Unit of Allied Arts, Lorraine Barker-King and other education officials.The Education Minister explained that they have incorporated the concept of STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics – in their band and moreover, the classroom environment.“This is part of a larger drive by the Ministry, particularly in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and the Arts more recently this definitelyEducation Minister Nicolette Henry flanked by revellers as the Mash band was unveileddepicts the arts,” said Henry.According to the designer Neilson Nurse who represents Nandre’s Kreations, some 50 revellers will be participating in the respective categories.He said the sparkling gold and black costumes showcases the country’s oil sector, robotics and the use of technology in education.“The whole idea is trying to bring out robotics and the importance of education technology. Black is one of the colours you use when referring to technology and because we’re rediscovering El Dorado, we decided to go with a bit of gold.”Meanwhile, Lorraine Barker-King of the Unit of Allied Arts emphasised on the importance of arts in the education sector, in bringing balance in learning.“The Ministry of Education is a strong advocate of the arts, as well as a trailblazer and this is evident in having a unit which promotes the expressive arts and physical education,” said Barker-King.This year, 39 activities were scheduled to mark the Republic anniversary celebrations, held under the theme “Celebrate Mash 2019; With Victory in Mind – Rediscovering El Dorado”.Meanwhile, a chutney dance competition is expected to excite patrons over in Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara) at the National Track and Field Centre also on February 9.The Rosignol Stelling Road in Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) will be the venue for this year’s semi-final of the Chutney Song Competition on February 10.Other exciting events are expected to take place within the month of February, including the Children’s Costume and Float Parade at the National Park and the Carib Soca Monarch final at D’Urban Park; both on February 16.This year the Masquerade Jamboree will be held at the Stabroek Square on February 21.The flag-raising ceremony will be hosted on February 22 to usher in the Costume and Float Parade on February 23.The Mashramani festivities do not end on February 23 this year, as a Champions in Concert is slated for March 9, in Mahdia, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni).
As Guyana celebrated its 53rd Independence anniversary, the Education Department of Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica), in observance of the occasion, honoured 53 seniors at a simple but significant ceremony.Regional Executive Officer Pauline Lucas presenting one of the many awards to a former educatorA smiling senior gladly accepts his award and hamper from REO LucasAt the inaugural event, seniors were awarded for their contributions to Guyana throughout their early years. The awardees included former teachers, soldiers, nurses, and administrative and clerical staff.Acting Regional Education Officer (REdO) Tiffany Harvey and Regional Chairman Genevieve Allen, along with Regional Executive Officer (REO) Pauline Lucas, Regional Vice Chairman Earl Lambert and several senior and junior officers from both the Department of Education and the Regional Democratic Council (RDC), were among the team members who organised the auspicious event.In remarks at the ceremony, Harvey said that the time has come for homage to be paid to the many men and women who, through their tireless, unselfish and committed efforts, have ensured that Guyana was a much better place today.“I firmly believe that you, our seniors, have helped in the continued growth and development of this nation. As the Acting Regional Education Officer I say thank you, however with Guyana celebrating its 53rd Independence, we have identified 53 persons who have served in various sectors to identify you today,” the REdO stated.Meanwhile, REO Lucas reiterated her Department’s gratitude to the awardees for their past services, as she also commended the efforts placed into hosting the event.“This is a brilliant initiative as many times when persons retire from the public service they are easily forgotten, it’s as though their contributions went in vain, and I am very happy today that the Department of Education and Miss Harvey have sought to remind you that we have not lost track that you made valuable contributions to the region and more so the country,” Lucas said.The REO stressed the importance of recognising the seniors, stating that while reflecting on Guyana’s Independence, recognition must be given to the seniors who are being honoured as they have all played a part and contributed in the early days of the nation.
Lusignan Prison breakOne of the three prisoners who escaped from the Lusignan penitentiary on Monday last was recaptured in the vicinity of the Soesdyke Junction on Friday morning.Murder accused Travis Evans was apprehended by members of the Joint Services at about 07:45h after they received information about his whereabouts. This was confirmed by acting Director of Prisons, Gladwin Samuels who stated that theCaptured: Travis EvansJoint Services received information about the man being sighted in the area.As a result, several search teams were dispatched to the area and ultimately apprehended the 23-year-old escapee. He was taken to a Police station where hewas being questioned in connection with the whereabouts of the other two escapees – Sudesh Dyal, 23, and 29-year-old Dextroy Pollard.The Prisons Director thanked the public-spirited persons who assisted the members of the Joint Services in recapturing the murder accused while encouraging others to follow suite.The trio escaped from the Lusignan Prison at about 04:30h on Monday, October 15, 2018, by scaling the fence between towers three and four which wereStill on the run: Sudesh Dyalequipped with security personnel.At the time, there were also five prison officers and Police ranks in close proximity to the area where the men escaped but no one reportedly saw any unusual movements or sounds.At a subsequent press conference, the acting Director of Prisons explained that he received a telephone call informing him that there was a prison break about two hours after it occurred.He said he immediately instructed to put into operation the Standard OperatingStill on the run: Dextroy PollardProcedures (SoP), which is to review relevant Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) footage and to conduct a physical muster. It was while reviewing the footage; he came to the conclusion that the ranks on duty were not alert.Samuels explained that the three men took a considerable amount of time to make their way through the razor wire.The ranks on duty were subsequently questioned and placed under close arrest.However, with the apprehension of Evans, the Joint Services will continue their search for the remaining two escapees. Pollard of Wales, West Bank Demerara was convicted for breaking and entering and was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment, while Dyal was on remand for breaking and entering.
England failed to get out of their group in Brazil in 2014 and were humiliated by tiny Iceland in Euro 2016 in France but Southgate insisted his side were only looking to the future.“They’ve got to be thinking about what’s possible, the players of the past and the opportunities of the past are gone,” said SouthgateThe manager explained why he believed this World Cup could be a turning point for the England as they prepare to face Tunisia in their Group G opener on Monday.“This team is looking at things in a different way, trying to play in a different way,” he said.“The first thing is to have a really clear understanding of how we want to play because when you’re in tense moments of games everybody knows they’re in their individual role and the team are connected on the pitch,” said Southgate.“You have to stick to your beliefs, we saw Spain and Portugal other night — whatever the stage of the game they stuck to what they do well. We’ve got to have that strength of character to do that.”England are captained by prolific goalscorer Harry Kane who promised his side would go be fearless in going forward against the north Africans.Harry Kane should provide England’s attacking thrust against Tunisia © AFP / Ian KINGTON“First and foremost we are going to want to attack the game, we feel like we are going to have a lot of possession of the ball,” the Tottenham striker said.– ‘A good perspective’ –Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul earlier rated England among the favourites to win the World Cup despite their abject record in recent major tournaments.“I was in the stadium when they played Iceland (in 2016),” he said. “Now they are a stronger side. The result is not going to be the same tomorrow.”Maaloul is aware of the firepower England possess in Kane, Raheem Sterling and Jesse Lingard but singled out Dele Alli as the player the north Africans must stop.“He is a great player,” said Maaloul. “He is a midfielder who can play anywhere — centre, forward or deep midfield, up front on his own or wide on the left.“We know how easily Alli and Kane can find each other and their understanding so we must divide them. The most dangerous thing for me is the way he sees the match and plays the last pass.”The 45,500-seater stadium for Monday’s match stands on one of the major battlefields of World War II, in the city formerly known as Stalingrad.Two million people died during the Battle of Stalingrad and the new Volgograd Arena is within a short walk of the famous 85-metre-high Mamayev Kurgan, or “Motherland Calls” monument, the tallest statue in Europe.Southgate said the statue, which dominates the hillside overlooking the stadium, was a poignant reminder of the city’s history — thousands of human bones had to be removed when the foundations were excavated.“It’s a reminder some things are bigger than football,” he said. “It’s a good perspective for us all.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gareth Southgate says his young England side can avoid the errors of their predecessors © AFP / Mark RALSTONVOLGOGRAD, Russian Federation, Jun 17 – Gareth Southgate says his young side are ready to ditch their tag as chokers that has haunted England at previous major tournaments.“This team shouldn’t be burdened with that because they’re a fresh group, most of them have very few international caps, so the future is all ahead of them,” Southgate told reporters at the Volgograd Arena on Sunday.
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On the rise: Palmdale, with a new coach and no seniors on its roster, has been the surprise story in the Golden League. The Falcons (4-3 overall, 4-2 Golden) held off Highland 77-74 on games Tuesday after the teams played to a 9-9 tie, moving into sole possession of third place entering the second round. It was Palmdale’s first victory over Highland. Three victories by Pedro Gonzalez and Jose Gutierrez in doubles were crucial in the triumph, which puts the Falcons in position to secure a berth in the Southern Section Div. III playoffs next month. Palmdale coach John Konrad has a history of developing young teams into playoff contenders. Konrad previously guided Littlerock’s girls’ tennis team to consecutive Div. IV playoff appearances, with a first-round victory in 2004. They were the Lobos’ first postseason trips. Cesar Garcia and the doubles pairing of Michael Castro and Tyler Coombes also have contributed to Palmdale’s success. They combined to win six sets in a 14-4 victory April 4 over Antelope Valley, last year’s third-place team. The drought is over: Littlerock bounced back from five consecutive losses for its first victory last Thursday, a 13-5 triumph over Antelope Valley. Chris Gilhang won three sets in singles and Jorge Carmona and Chris Maravilla swept in doubles for the Lobos (1-7, 1-5). email@example.com (818) 713-3607160Want 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 MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventIt initially was called off March 10, when snow flurries fell, also canceling the annual Antelope Valley swimming invitational, which also has been rescheduled for Saturday at Eastside Pool. “For the first time in my career, we were snowed out from a practice,” Lenaway said. “We’ve been rained out plenty of times before, but that was a new one. There was three inches of snow on the ground on the morning of March 10, so we decided to cancel the event.” During the rescheduling process, Lenaway wanted to make sure that the date enabled Moorpark and Burroughs to make the trip to the Antelope Valley. “When I took the tournament over from Palmdale, I tried to be true to that commitment,” Lenaway said. “You want to keep inviting teams that have been coming since the beginning and be loyal to the people who have been loyal to you.” All seven teams are trying to make up matches postponed by recent rainstorms, so if the event is unable to be held Saturday, it is unlikely it will be rescheduled again. When Bill Lenaway took responsibility for running an annual spring tennis tournament in the Antelope Valley, the Quartz Hill High boys’ tennis coach didn’t imagine the obstacles along the way. Quartz Hill and Golden League counterparts Antelope Valley, Knight and Palmdale are scheduled to compete Saturday along with Alemany of Mission Hills, Burroughs of Ridgecrest and Moorpark in the one-day event. The tournament was postponed March 11 because of inclement weather, and it appears it could again be in jeopardy because rain is in the forecast Friday through Sunday. “Hopefully, we can’t lose out twice,” Lenaway said. Despite his best efforts to reschedule the tournament around schools’ spring breaks, Lenaway hasn’t received much cooperation from Mother Nature.
GARRY Jennings and Neil Doherty have stretched their lead in the Donegal Rally today – with more than a minute to spare in their Voodoo Subaru going into the final day.All the results are below:Results for the International category O/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 1 Garry Jennings/Neil Doherty Subaru WRC 6 O/A 7:44.4 0:00 1:20:55.72 8 Sam Moffett/James O’Reilly Subaru WRC 6 O/A 7:36.4 0:00 1:21:59.4 1:03.7 1:03.73 3 Derek McGarrity/James McKee Ford Focus WRC 6 O/A 7:45.0 0:00 1:22:34.6 1:38.9 0:35.2 4 6 Donagh Kelly/Kevin Flanagan Ford Focus WRC 6 1 7:52.4 0:00 1:23:20.2 2:24.5 0:45.65 7 Seamus Leonard/Paul McLaughlin Subaru WRC 6 2 7:52.5 0:00 1:23:52.0 2:56.3 0:31.86 12 John O’Donnell/Aidan Friel Subaru WRC 6 3 7:40.6 0:00 1:24:15.3 3:19.6 0:23.37 4 Darragh O’Riordan/Tony McDaid Ford Fiesta WRC 6 4 7:51.4 0:00 1:24:27.2 3:31.5 0:11.98 10 Martin Doherty/Damian McCauley Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 1 8:04.6 0:00 1:26:02.4 5:06.7 1:35.2 9 14 Stephen Wright/Susanne Wright Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 2 8:07.9 0:00 1:26:15.6 5:19.9 0:13.210 49 Joseph McGonigle/Macartan Kierans Renault Clio R3Maxi 3 1 8:21.8 0:00 1:29:14.7 8:19.0 2:59.111 35 Seamus Heron/Gerry McVeigh Mitsubishi Evo 9 4 3 8:34.3 0:00 1:31:05.2 10:09.5 1:50.512 15 Shane Maguire/Martin McGarrity Subaru Impreza 4 4 8:22.3 0:00 1:32:11.5 11:15.8 1:06.3 13 71 Rory Byrne/James Byrne Mitsubishi Evo X 4 5 8:46.4 0:00 1:32:16.8 11:21.1 0:05.314 90 Gavin Kelly/Eamonn Gillespie Honda Civic 1 1 9:09.9 0:00 1:35:10.0 14:14.3 2:53.215 82 Pauric McGee/Niall McDaid Honda Civic 1 2 8:58.9 0:00 1:35:14.0 14:18.3 0:04.016 72 Stewart Liddle/Barry Callaghan Subaru Impreza 4 6 9:17.2 0:00 1:36:06.5 15:10.8 0:52.517 87 Ian Chadwick/Andy Hayes Skoda Fabia 2 1 9:13.8 0:00 1:36:45.7 15:50.0 0:39.218 101 Brian Quigley/Seamus McTigue Honda Civic 1 3 9:21.1 0:00 1:37:41.2 16:45.5 0:55.519 92 Richard Tanahill/Brian Crawford Peugeot 208 R2 2 2 9:29.1 0:00 1:38:18.5 17:22.8 0:37.320 70 Liam Egan/Raymond Coppinger Toyota Corolla WRC 6 5 9:37.2 0:00 1:39:55.2 18:59.5 1:36.721 124 Mark Boyle/Charles Gallagher Honda Civic 1 4 9:33.5 0:00 1:39:55.4 18:59.7 0:00.222 102 Patrick Walker/Paul McClay Peugeot 206 2 3 9:33.5 0:00 1:40:05.3 19:09.6 0:09.923 131 Gareth Irwin/Gareth McGinley Toyota Corolla 2 4 9:36.4 0:00 1:45:11.6 24:15.9 5:06.324 107 Alistair Glenn/Tony Curran Peugeot 206 2 5 10:10.1 0:00 1:45:42.6 24:46.9 0:31.025 125 Liam Branley/Nathan Burrows Peugeot 206 2 6 10:23.7 0:00 1:49:53.3 28:57.6 4:10.726 130 Martin Geraghty/Sean Brunton Honda Civic 2 7 10:23.8 0:00 1:51:03.9 30:08.2 1:10.6Results for the National categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 17 Gary McPhillips/Paul Sheridan Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 7:53.0 0:00 1:24:59.72 16 Manus Kelly/Donall Barrett Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 7:54.5 0:00 1:25:06.2 0:06.5 0:06.53 19 Frank Kelly/Stephen Quinn Ford Escort Mk2 14 O/A 8:02.1 0:00 1:26:10.6 1:10.9 1:04.44 34 Adrian Hethrington/Gary Nolan Ford Escort Mk2 14 1 7:58.8 0:00 1:26:23.9 1:24.2 0:13.35 11 Craig Breen/Karl Atkinson Ford Escort Mk2 13 1 8:02.2 0:00 1:26:24.9 1:25.2 0:01.06 21 Damian Gallagher/Mac Walsh Ford Escort Mk2 14 2 8:06.6 0:00 1:26:27.9 1:28.2 0:03.07 42 Daniel Conaghan/Terence Magee Ford Escort Mk2 13 2 8:23.5 0:00 1:27:25.0 2:25.3 0:57.18 44 Paul Reid/Karl Reid Ford Escort Mk2 13 3 8:09.7 0:00 1:28:01.9 3:02.2 0:36.99 25 Martin McGee/Denis O’Mahony Ford Escort Mk2 14 3 8:13.4 0:00 1:28:20.8 3:21.1 0:18.910 30 Paddy Kiernan/James McCarville Ford Escort Mk2 13 4 8:19.0 0:00 1:29:04.4 4:04.7 0:43.611 26 Camillus Bradley/Danny O’Neill Ford Escort Mk2 14 4 8:20.4 0:00 1:29:53.8 4:54.1 0:49.412 45 William McFadden/Francie Devine Ford Escort G3 13 5 8:24.6 0:00 1:29:56.5 4:56.8 0:02.713 138 Connor Watters/Barry McGill Ford Escort Mk2 14 5 8:30.4 0:00 1:31:17.2 6:17.5 1:20.714 18 Rodney Wilton/Conor McMahon Ford Escort Mk2 14 6 8:14.2 0:00 1:31:20.6 6:20.9 0:03.415 68 Paul Doherty/James Logue Ford Escort Mk2 13 6 8:47.4 0:00 1:31:35.0 6:35.3 0:14.416 53 Thomas Keys/Kelvin Keys Ford Escort Mk2 13 7 8:35.5 0:00 1:31:38.9 6:39.2 0:03.917 54 Mark Wedlock/Leon Jordon Ford Escort Mk2 13 8 8:31.2 0:00 1:31:42.6 6:42.9 0:03.718 59 Kevin Bradley/Graham Henderson Ford Escort Mk2 11R 1 8:44.1 0:00 1:32:05.5 7:05.8 0:22.919 52 Seamus Hegarty/Shaun McMacken Ford Escort Mk2 14 7 8:34.1 0:00 1:32:23.6 7:23.9 0:18.120 33 Robbie Peoples/Keith Stewart Ford Escort Mk2 14 8 9:58.9 0:00 1:32:33.0 7:33.3 0:09.421 94 John Bonner/Damien McElhinney Ford Escort Mk2 11R 2 8:48.4 0:00 1:32:36.3 7:36.6 0:03.322 22 Brian Brogan/Damian McGettigan Ford Escort Mk2 14 9 8:02.6 3:30 1:32:54.8 7:55.1 0:18.523 40 Colm McFall/Damian McAuley Mitsubishi Evo 9 16 1 8:49.3 0:00 1:33:07.4 8:07.7 0:12.624 69 Darren Doherty/Dean O’Sullivan Subaru Impreza 20 1 8:56.9 0:00 1:33:07.6 8:07.9 0:00.225 96 Brendan Friel/Jp Boyle Toyota Corolla 11R 3 8:38.2 0:30 1:33:08.8 8:09.1 0:01.226 51 Gary McElhinney/Paddy McCrudden Ford Escort Mk2 13 9 8:48.5 0:00 1:33:16.4 8:16.7 0:07.627 39 Kieron Graffin/Paddy Robinson Mitsubishi Evo 9 16 2 8:55.5 0:00 1:33:26.3 8:26.6 0:09.928 60 Seamus Doherty/Peter Byrne Ford Escort Mk2 11R 4 8:44.0 0:00 1:33:37.8 8:38.1 0:11.529 58 Dermot Cannon/Bobby Trimble Toyota Corolla 13 10 8:52.4 0:00 1:33:44.7 8:45.0 0:06.930 47 Conor Curley/Nigel Frazer Ford Escort Mk2 14 10 8:46.9 0:00 1:33:58.5 8:58.8 0:13.831 67 Thomas O’Connell/Brian Duggan Ford Escort Mk2 14 11 8:49.2 0:00 1:34:05.7 9:06.0 0:07.232 143 Seamus Connolly/Gary McCrudden Toyota Corolla 11R 5 8:44.1 0:15 1:34:12.5 9:12.8 0:06.833 36 Ivan Stewart/Timothy Duggan BMW M3 Compact 14 12 8:48.0 0:00 1:34:38.8 9:39.1 0:26.334 28 Conor Harvey/Darragh Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 13 11 8:28.9 0:00 1:34:48.5 9:48.8 0:09.735 66 Andrew McLoone/William Kehoe Ford Escort Mk2 13 12 9:00.0 0:00 1:34:52.7 9:53.0 0:04.236 56 Kevin Kelly/Paul Hegarty Ford Escort Mk2 13 13 8:56.8 0:00 1:35:32.8 10:33.1 0:40.137 141 Eamonn Doherty/David Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 11R 6 9:06.5 0:30 1:36:23.8 11:24.1 0:51.038 98 Glenn Alcorn/Alvin Alcorn Toyota Corolla 11R 7 9:04.1 0:00 1:36:27.3 11:27.6 0:03.539 75 William Vance/Billy Vance Mitsubishi Evo 8 15 1 9:11.7 0:00 1:36:48.9 11:49.2 0:21.640 88 Hugh Martin Toye/Jason Kavanagh Honda Civic 11F 1 9:20.5 0:00 1:36:53.8 11:54.1 0:04.941 105 Michael McCarroll/Conor O’Loan Ford Fiesta 16 3 9:04.9 0:00 1:37:07.9 12:08.2 0:14.142 55 John Dolan/John McGinley Ford Escort Mk2 13 14 9:17.2 0:00 1:37:09.2 12:09.5 0:01.343 95 Declan Hall/Chris Corr Toyota Corolla 11R 8 9:09.4 0:00 1:37:14.5 12:14.8 0:05.344 97 Ollie Harvey/Donal Kelly Toyota Corolla 11R 9 9:04.0 0:00 1:37:21.2 12:21.5 0:06.745 115 Terence Diver/Donal McElamey Honda Civic 11F 2 9:17.7 0:00 1:37:23.2 12:23.5 0:02.046 134 Roy Baldrick/Darren Harvey Talbot Sunbeam 13 15 9:28.3 0:00 1:39:20.2 14:20.5 1:57.047 118 Johnny Wilhare/Paddy Gorman Honda Civic 11F 3 9:31.7 0:00 1:39:30.6 14:30.9 0:10.448 77 Darragh Doherty/James McDermott Toyota Corolla 11R 10 9:37.5 0:00 1:39:42.9 14:43.2 0:12.349 121 George Baskin/Odhran McLaughlin VW Golf 14 13 9:40.1 0:15 1:39:57.3 14:57.6 0:14.450 106 John Mulholland/Sean Devlin Ford Puma 9 1 9:43.9 0:00 1:42:24.8 17:25.1 2:27.551 127 Andrew McLaughlin/Shaun Gallagher Honda Civic 11F 4 9:55.3 0:00 1:42:58.9 17:59.2 0:34.152 65 Paddy O’Donnell/Gareth Doherty Ford Escort G3 13 16 16:20.2 0:15 1:43:25.2 18:25.5 0:26.353 123 Caolan Gaffney/Terence Furey Toyota Corolla 11R 11 9:18.5 1:45 1:45:44.6 20:44.9 2:19.454 104 Ian Graham/Liam Regan Ford Fiesta ST 16 4 10:27.5 0:00 1:46:12.2 21:12.5 0:27.655 76 Derek Gurney/Keith McEvoy Ford Sierra 13 17 15:25.2 0:00 1:46:27.9 21:28.2 0:15.756 64 Michael Peoples/Stephen Gallinagh Ford Escort Mk2 13 18 8:49.7 0:00 1:47:38.1 22:38.4 1:10.257 122 Shane Henry/Joey Kane Suzuki Swift 9 2 10:41.6 0:00 1:49:46.3 24:46.6 2:08.258 119 Mark Glackin/Michael Glackin Toyota Corolla 11F 5 9:50.3 0:00 1:51:35.7 26:36.0 1:49.459 79 Paul Corcoran/Barry Donnelly Ford Escort Mk2 12 1 9:17.6 0:00 1:57:54.3 32:54.6 6:18.660 120 Eamon Russell/Gavin O’Donnell Honda Civic 11F 6 9:31.9 0:00 1:59:44.7 34:45.0 1:50.461 129 Kevin McDaid/Paul McCafferty Opel Corsa 9 3 8:59.3 0:00 2:03:53.1 38:53.4 4:08.4Results for the Historic categoryO/A Car Driver/Codriver Make Class Pos SS14 Road Total Diff 1st Diff Prev1 H1 Wesley Patterson/Sean Hayde Ford Escort RS1800 K O/A 8:33.6 0:00 59:12.62 H3 Seamus O’Connell/Sean Magee Ford Escort K O/A 7:58.4 0:00 59:30.4 0:17.8 0:17.83 H2 Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlin Ford Escort Mk2 D3 1 8:50.9 0:00 1:02:14.2 3:01.6 2:43.84 H6 Aidan O’Connor/Ian Regan Ford Escort C3 1 9:26.5 0:00 1:05:32.5 6:19.9 3:18.35 H5 John Keatley/James McKeefry Porsche 911 B5 O/A 9:18.7 0:00 1:06:09.2 6:56.6 0:36.76 H7 John Spiers/Susanne Niedrum Porsche 911 D4 1 9:30.1 0:00 1:06:15.8 7:03.2 0:06.67 H11 Ian Millar/Ronan O’Neill Ford Escort RS1800 K 1 8:52.4 0:00 1:08:00.5 8:47.9 1:44.78 H9 Niall Creighton/Gregory Roberts Ford Cortina B3 1 10:10.0 0:00 1:10:21.5 11:08.9 2:21.09 H12 Harry Browne/Martin McGrath Hillman Avenger C2 1 10:19.8 0:15 1:12:28.4 13:15.8 2:06.910 H10 William Todd/Aaron Johnston Morris Mini B2 1 10:23.5 0:00 1:13:02.2 13:49.6 0:33.8JENNINGS STRETCHES LEAD: ALL THE RESULTS AFTER DAY 2 OF THE DONEGAL RALLY was last modified: June 22nd, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:JENNINGS STRETCHES LEAD: ALL THE RESULTS AFTER DAY 2 OF THE DONEGAL RALLY
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