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first_imgAt this time in 2013, the total assets position of the Liberian Bank for Development and Investment was at about US$159 million. But the Bank’s assets have grown to over US$220 million, or 38 percent in 2014, thanks to the strong and rigorous risk management regulation put in place by the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) and the sound management by the Board of Directors and staff of the Bank.Despite the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak in Liberia, which brought about off-budget expenses on the Bank, Management has declared how it was able to leverage strong liquidity, even though profitability, to a larger extent, was foregone in many cases for liquidity due to the high risks factors.  This is a mammoth task for a banking institution that has huge overhead obligation to maintain over 15 branches and manage hundreds of employees and contractors. In December, 2013, the Bank’s equity position stood at US$12.5 million.But equity has grown by more than 115 per cent, from US$12.5 million in 2013 to US$27 million in 2014.“This strong position shows that LBDI continues to maintain its market share despite the Ebola crisis,” said LBDI president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. John B. S. Davies, III at the bank’s 49th Anniversary held recently in Monrovia.Mr. Davies commended the entire Bank’s staff, particularly, 14 employees who were honored and certificated for their dedication and long service for the Bank.Mr. Davies along with eight other LBDI staffers, including Mr. William Jackson, Olivia Davies, Kou Giddings, Eugene McClain, Fatu Effiong, Onike Bedell, Reginald Goll and Aaron Kollie. Three staff, including Madam Doretha Yarsiah, Frances Williams and Mr. Akwenah Nyeamene was also honored for ten and fifteen years respectively, given  their services with LBDI.The longest service award was given to the LBDI vice president for Buchanan Branch, Mr. Clarence W. Bai, who has served the Bank for 25 years. The 20 years of service award was awarded to Mr. Samuel Gborzoe. The LBDI CEO has commended the honorees and the entire staffers of the Bank for their dedication and commitment in working towards the growth and development of LBDI.A former Comptroller General of Liberia, Mr. Davies noted the strong liquidity position of LBDI and attributed the gain directly to the leadership and professional roles of all of the employees. “We at LBDI are blessed with employees of great quality,” said Mr. Davies.He encouraged the employees to keep up the excellent performance, assuring them of a better LBDI during the post-Ebola crisis. He also thanked the Bank’s customers to maintain their trust in LBDI.Speaking on behalf of the honorees, LBDI’s longest serving honoree and vice president for Buchanan Branch, Mr. Clarence W. Bai, thanked the Management for the recognition and pledged the honorees’ commitment to remaining dedicated to the bank and serving the Liberian people through LBDI.“I must be very frank…serving a bank like LBDI for 25 years is not easy,” said Mr. Bai as he commended the Management for celebrating the 49th Anniversary of LBDI.Mr. Bai used the occasion to appeal to the Management to conduct regular training for all employees, including the vice presidents for all branches. Mr. Bai also called for salary increment for employees, noting that it would further motivate employees to go the extra mile in serving and protecting the bank.Earlier, LBDI Board Chair and Minister of Finance and Development Planning Amara M. Konneh congratulated the Management and staff of LBDI for strongly holding the bank together during this Ebola crisis.Chairman Konneh wondered how the economy would have been without the strong liquidity position of LBDI, praising it for its ethical style of banking. “I would have been in hell fire had LBDI not been so strong and this Bank is strong because of you—the staff and the Management including our committed customers,” said Mr. Konneh.LBDI is predominantly a privately owned institution under private management and a Board of Directors elected annually by its Shareholders.  The Bank commenced operations in 1965 as Liberian Bank for Industrial Development and Investment.  Under an amendment in 1974, the name was changed to the Liberian Bank for Development & Investment (LBDI).  A further amendment in 1988 allowed the Bank to engage in commercial banking activities, to compliment its development objectives.The Bank was actually created by an Act of the National Legislature in 1961 under the joint initiative of the Liberian government and major international financial institutions that purchased equity, namely: International Financial Corporation (IFC), Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC) Capital Partners, European Investment Bank (EIB), Groupe Agence Franicais de Development (GAFD), and Deutsche Investitions-und Entwicklungesllchaft (DEG). Over 150 private Liberians and other international and local institutions have equity in the Bank. Foreign shareholding is 44.47% and local shareholding is 55.53%.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

14 01 20

first_imgThe  Task Force on Encroachments, Beachfronts, Waterways and Wetlands, established by Executive Order #68 has held its first meeting and has resolved to conduct reconnaissance and Fact-finding Missions within the environs of Monrovia as a start-up to the execution of its mandate. The objective of the mission is to identify and assess all areas that are negatively impacting Beachfronts, Waterways and Wetlands. The reconnaissance mission, who will be conducted in phases, is to gather information that would lead to establishing priority areas for appropriate actions by Government.The Task Force on Encroachments, Beachfronts, Waterways and Wetlands was established by Government realizing the extreme damaging effects that encroachment on beachfronts, waterways and wetlands poses to the environment and the life of residents and citizens. The numerous unsanitary encroachments and unwarranted uses of waterways and wetlands continue to increase environmental degradation in Liberia, which is of serious concern to Government. The Executive Order authorizes the Task Force to develop interim, immediate to long term policy and regulatory guidelines/regimes needed for the management of wetlands, beach and river fronts.The Task Force will among other things develop and support the implementation of programs to sensitize and raise awareness for all residents about the economic potentials and environmental implicationsTherefore, all local authorities including Township Commissioners are requested to cooperate with members of the technical team to enhance their work.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

14 01 20

first_imgThe contestant from Nimba County, Wokie Dolo, has emerged as winner of the nation’s most glamorous and prestigious beauty pageant, Miss Liberia. According to the judges, she outperformed her fellow competitors with her poise, confidence and intelligence.Dolo, managed to steal the show with her traditional warrior outfit, which served her well in her quest for the title. However, the first and second runners-up, Tina F. Nyunkor and Goretti L. Itoka from Lofa and Maryland Counties respectively, were the only contestants that seriously challenged Wokie for the title.In a brief interview with the Daily Observer’s LIB Life, the newly crowned Miss Liberia 2016/2017 said she was not surprised when she was announced the winner, “I was just speechless.”“Sincerely speaking, I had the confidence that I was going to win this year’s Miss Liberia judging from my previous experiences participating in other pageants.” In 2012, Dolo also captured the crown of her alma mater, Cuttington University. “However, the first few minutes before I was called to give my speech, I was completely out of words. It sounds funny, but it’s true. Winning Miss Liberia is an honor which puts me in the right position to serve my country,” she said.Meanwhile, finishing fourth in the competition, Alfreda Toomey from Grand Bassa, who was given the People’s Choice award, walked away with a cash prize of over US$2,000. As the winner of the 23rd edition of Miss Liberia, held under the theme: “Beautiful Mind, Everything Liberia,” Dolo came away with a brand new car (a Renault), a cash prize and other fabulous rewards.This year’s event was held at Destiny Entertainment Center, and featured 10 contestants.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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first_img1 Faouzi Ghoulam in action for Napoli Arsenal are emerging as frontrunners in the chase to sign Faouzi Ghoulam.As talkSPORT told you last week, the Gunners, along with Manchester City and Chelsea, have been tracking the full-back since he joined Napoli at the start of last season.And now it appears Emirates Stadium is the most likely destination for the Algerian with Arsenal expected to submit a bid in the region of £9m this week, according to Sport Italia.Ghoulam made 38 appearances for Napoli last term and won admirers for his combative displays under Rafael Bentiez.But following the Spaniard’s departure for Real Madrid, Ghoulam’s future has been cast in doubt and a move to the Premier League this summer looks on the cards.last_img

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first_imgPROMOTED POST:Two well known Donegal Farms are hosting the first of a series of nationwide open days in conjunction with EASYFIX. The first two of this year’s events will be held in Donegal on the 17th and 18th June, where the EASYFIX Team will be on hand to offer advice on modern livestock housing options for beef and dairy farming.Donal Callaghan a well known Dairy Farmer in Killygordon will host the first on Farm Open Day on Wednesday 17th June from 11am to 3pm.Donal milks 50 cows and also finishes 15 bulls on the farm.He constructed a new dairy shed in 2014 and installed the NEW Easyfix Cubicle with rubber loop together with their single foam mattresses. The Callaghan’s completed the installation themselves and are extremely happy with the outcome.The cows have adapted very well to the flexible cubicles where they lie for longer periods, showing no nervousness and no injuries.Critical to the animals comfort is the mattress mat that they lie on, the interlocking mat features a 12 mm rubber skin and a very strong interlock on the perimeter.The single foam mattress features 25mm high quality latex foam which is covered in a 500 micron sealed envelope.This open day will provide existing dairy farmers and new entrants with a chance to see products at work and speak with Donal Callaghan and his son Donal.The Easyfix Team will also be present to answer any questions and advise farmers who are thinking of expanding their existing dairy facilities or building new ones. The Woods Family outside Raphoe is delighted to host an open evening on Thursday the 18th June from 3pm to 9pm.The Woods family run a bull beef enterprise in conjunction with sheep and potatoes. They finish approximately 1,200 continental type bulls and have housing for 750.They installed Easyfix rubber on their slats seven years ago with a second installation completed two years later.John and his family will be able to comment on all aspects of beef bull production in terms of animal type, bought in weights, finishing weights and general performance. They will also have over seven years’ experience of Easyfix Slat Rubber and the role it plays in animal production and finishing.A visit to this farm will provide an opportunity to see good shed design and layout and a chance to speak with the operators of a really well run bull beef, sheep and tillage enterprises.Easyfix personnel will also be present to answer any questions on their products and advise any farmers who are planning beef or suckler house extensions.All farmers in the surrounding areas and counties are invited to attend one or both open days.Further information is available on www.easyfix.ieTWO WELL-KNOWN DONEGAL FARMS LAUNCH DAIRY AND BEEF OPEN DAYS was last modified: June 15th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Businessnewslast_img read more

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first_imgCOURTS: A drunken man who verbally abused medical staff who were treating him for an injury he sustained has been fined. Dylan Kilpatrick, (22) of Clardrumbarron, Donegal Town, appeared at Letterkenny District Court in relation to an incident which occurred on August 10th, this year. Gardaí received a call that an intoxicated male was lying on the main road in Glencar, Letterkenny.Gardaí attended the scene and observed he had cut his chin, they subsequently arrested him as he was a danger to himself and others.They found a cannabis grinder and a small bag of cannabis in his possession, with the contents of the bag valued at €10.The defendant was then taken to Letterkenny University Hospital  to receive medical attention for the cut he received to his chin.Inspector Goretti Sheridan told the court, “The defendant was taken to Letterkenny University Hospital for treatment for the cut he received to his chin.“He started to verbally abuse the medical staff that were attempting to attend to him, he called one of the doctors a f***ing handicap.“He then repeatedly began to roar, ‘what the f*** are you at’?“He then clenched his fist and told the doctor you’ll be f***ing done so you will.”Solicitor for the defendant Rory O’Brien said his client was embarrassed by the incident and is remorseful for what he said to the medical staff.Mr O’Brien said, “My client is 22 years of age, he is originally from Buncrana, he accepts his behaviour was out of order.“He accepts also that the language he used was absolutely out of order, and he is both remorseful and embarrassed by the incident.“He’s had a tough upbringing, and his mother suffered from alcoholism, he also has issues with alcohol but is attempting to address those and is searching for employment.”Judge Paul Kelly fined the defendant €200 with four months to pay.Drunken man called doctor a f***ing handicap was last modified: September 23rd, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare 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:AbusedcourtsdoctorDylan KilpatrickMedical Staffnewslast_img read more

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first_imgEXCLUSIVE: More than 50 new jobs are to be created at a new value store to be opened in Donegal this Thursday, Donegaldaily.com can reveal.The Dealz discount store, formerly Poundland, will open its doors to the public at its new premises at Letterkenny Retail Park.The store, which is an impressive 8,500 ft square in size, is located across from the Radisson Hotel and close to the Evolve clothing store. Dealz Senior Business Manager Leonard Brassel said he was delighted by the opening of the Donegal store as well as another story in Kerry.“We are extremely excited about the opening of our new Irish stores and are looking forward to bringing an extensive range of products offering amazing value, including over 1000 Top Brands, to new customers at Dealz.“We are confident that value savvy Donegal consumers will love it,” he added.Dealz offers customers a wide selection of well known top brands and established own label products at amazing value prices. Product categories include food & drink, health and beauty, baby, batteries, homeware, pet, books and DVDs, toys, celebrations and seasonal ranges such as Christmas and Valentines.Many passers-by were already trying to gain access to the store today when Donegaldaily.com visited the Letterkenny Retail Park.The opening of the new store as well as the 50 new jobs is welcome news for Letterkenny and Co Donegal in general.There was further good news recently with the opening of Smyth’s Toy Store on the other side of the retail park which took on 30 new employees.© 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights Reserved The copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailySell anything on www.donegaldailyclassifieds.com 50 JOBS TO BE CREATED AT NEW DONEGAL DISCOUNT STORE was last modified: November 15th, 2011 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:DealzLetterkenny Retail Parklast_img read more

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first_imgLifford Clonleigh Resource Centre Local Notes • Friday Fun Klub & Lifford Youth Club Presents The Rose of Clonleigh. See our local Hunks as you have never seen them before, in the Fir Trees Hotel Strabane on Saturday 21st September 2013@9.00p.m. Music by: Men in Black. Tickets: €10. Tickets are available at Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre. • Clothes Appeal: Blossoms charity shop is appealing for donations. We are looking for clothes, shoes, belts, bags, bric-a-brac, toys and books (in good condition). Items can be dropped into the Resource Centre when the shop is closed. “Many thanks”• Summer Closing Dates: The Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre will be closed the Month of August. All information on upcoming courses/classes will be placed in the local notes section of the newspapers. • Blossoms New 2U Charity Shop will be closed from Monday 5th August until Monday 2nd September. All the management and staff would like to thank the local community for their continued support. We would also like to extend a big thank you to all the volunteers for all their hard work.• New weight loss classes starting in Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre and is €5.00 per class. There is no joining fee or no penalty fees. Weekly group meetings and weigh in. For more information contact Karen on 086 3470798 www.slimruswithkarenmcglinchey.com• Good Morning Service: We are currently looking for volunteers for our Good Morning Service in Lifford/Clonleigh Resource Centre. Do you have a few hours per week to spare and would like to join our team of volunteers who make telephone calls to older people each week in their homes. Full training, Monitoring and support are provided for all volunteers. Contact us for more information on 074 93 21598.• Living a Quality of Life with a Long Term Health Condition: If you or someone you know is living with a long term condition, you will find that sometimes life is not easy. However there is lots of support available to you to make the choices that suit you in areas that you may feel you need that little bit of extra help. The HSE in Donegal is providing a self-management course for carers and people with long term conditions that promote self- care. Participants, to date, have reported a significant positive impact on their lives from implementing the skills they have learned from the course. They also enjoyed learning from other people with long term conditions in an informal setting. The course is free and is due to start in September and is run over six weekly sessions. If you would like to find out more information on this course or would like to book a place on the course, contact the HSE Consumer Services Department on 074 91 89016 or email paula.quinn@hse.ie All enquires are welcome.• Student Summer Special: Astro Turf Pitch available for 1 hour hire up to 4.30pm for 20 euro. For more information or to book a place contact us on 074 91 41773.• Counselling & Support Services: Free Confidential Counselling Support. You can avail of this service free of charge if you are 17 years or over, whether you are Male or Female. Service Available@ Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre, Castlefinn and Manorcunningham. Strictly Appointment Only. For Further information contact0044 (0) 784 9223 114.• Young parents Pathways programme Start date to be confirmed: This programme is open to Young parents that would like to learn: Parenting Advice, Personal Development, Health Awareness, Paediatric First Aid and IT Qualification. Also enjoy Fun days out for parents & children, Visits to health spas. All expenses are covered by this programme at no cost to the individual. There is also childcare supplements and free travel available. For further information or to receive an application form Contact 04882 250 962 /0749141773. • Writer’s Group: Finished until Wednesday 18th September for summer break.• Art Classes: Finished until September for summer break.• “Blossoms” Charity Shop: We are currently looking for volunteers for our local charity shop “Blossoms”. This shop generates much needed income to help the running costs of the Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre. Without the help of volunteers we would not be able to open the shop. The new opening hours of the shop are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 12-4pm. If you have any free time to spare and would like to help out please contact reception on 074 91 41773.• Children’s Arts and Crafts: Every week 1 hour 30 minutes per session. To find out more please contact reception on 074 91 41773! • Woman’s knitting class: Finished until September for summer break.• Just 4 Me: Finished until 9th September for summer break.• 50+ groups: Finished until September for summer break.• Friday Club: Finished until 6th September for summer break.DD LOCAL: LIFFORD YOUTH CLUB PRESENT ROSE OF CLONLEIGH! was last modified: July 31st, 2013 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:Lifford/Clonleigh Resource Centre noteslast_img read more

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first_imgThe scene of the crash at Glencar just minutes after it flipped onto its roof.VIEWPOINT: You can send your views to info@donegaldaily.com or leave a comment below:In response to your story in relation to the Glencar Bend and last night’s incident where a car ended up on its roof.I wrote to members of the town council last year when my Jeep went off the road. It ended up crossing the road and then it ramped up onto the kerb just inches from where that car that went off the road yesterday was lying. The next day at approximately the same time as I was driving home from work my heart sank as I seen a grandmother, her son and his two kids walking in the exact spot where my car landed the evening before.Had I went off the road 24 hours later I dread to think what my life would be like right now.At the time I mentioned to the town council that I often used to walk that road with my 2 kids in a pram until I realised that it is “A stairway to heaven” so now I never walk down that road and do not intend to until something is done.It is bad enough having to drive up and down as you do not know who you are going to meet regardless of what speed that you are going. Other people do not have a choice they have to walk on that road and it should be a safe option for them.I never before had an accident, first time in 10 years that I had to claim off my insurance and if I was travelling at the speed limit of 50kph I would have done much more damaged.You cannot enter that bend at 50kph you have to slow down much further especially if the road is wet you basically have to crawl passed to make sure that you get passed safely.What about the drivers that go a little faster than 50kph and that have not used that road before they do not know what kind of bend it is until they are in it and whatever happens next is just luck.I have also stressed to the town council that it is such a popular road for walkers, runners, parents with new babies and of course parents taking their kids to and from school. I have mentioned that it is only a matter of time before a family has their life changed forever because no-one did anything to stop it happening.I think our luck has to run out as how many times can a car go off and hit the kerb or the wall and not hit a pedestrian?How many times do the town council have to hear about accidents on that bend before they put down a few ramps that will save lives?Maybe it would be an idea if some of the members of the town council came up and stood on the kerb at that bend from 8.30AM to 5.30 PM to see if they themselves feeling safe. There is no point in sympathising with a family when a life or lives are lost as it will be too late then.So to the members of the council that can make a change if you all love your job and want to do a good job then you need to make this a priority at your next meeting!It’s 2013 a new year and it can be a year that you all can make a huge change in Letterkenny and the Glencar bend should be your first priority.Just remember that you can sleep at night when you know that you have done something to help others whereas you will lose sleep if you think you could have done something and didn’t.I know that I have now highlighted the problem once again and that I will not have regrets if lives are lost on that bend, can you all say the same?Thanks to Donegal Daily for publishing this and Happy New Year to all your readers!BNLetterkennyVIEWPOINT: SOMEONE IS GOING TO GET KILLED ON GLENCAR BEND was last modified: January 15th, 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:VIEWPOINT: SOMEONE IS GOING TO GET KILLED ON GLENCAR BENDlast_img read more

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first_imgFinn Valley St Stephen’s Day 5k 2014Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club 1 267 15.09 Thomas Hayes SM Kilkenny City Harriers2 164 15.43 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C3 303 15.46 David Scanlon SM Rathfarnham WSAF A C4 315 16.40 Teresa Doherty SW Finn Valley A C 5 64 16.47 Jack McBride JM Finn Valley A C6 230 16.50 Mark McPaul SM Finn Valley A C7 110 16.57 Shane McNulty SM Finn Valley A C8 163 17.04 Aaron McGlynn JM Finn Valley A C9 49 17.14 Aileen Reid SW City Of Derry10 268 17.15 Kieran Gallagher SM Metro St.Bridgets 11 313 17.16 Dermot McElchar SM Finn Valley A C12 314 17.24 Simon Ward SM Finn Valley A C13 168 17.26 Kieran Carlin MM Finn Valley A C14 239 17.28 Gareth Kerrigan SM Milford A C 15 317 17.30 Michael Galllagher SM Individual16 192 17.52 Pauric McLaughln SM Finn Valley A C17 481 17.57 Liam Murray SM Individual18 165 18.01 Kevin Curran SM Individual19 88 18.03 Derek Callaghan SM Finn Valley A C20 427 18.05 Jessica Coyne SW Individual21 508 18.06 Aaron McBride SM Individual22 33 18.12 Catriona Devine MW Finn Valley A C23 299 18.18 Padhraic Patton JM Individual24 224 18.19 Anthony Hegarty SM Milford A C25 604 18.27 Bryan McNamee JM Finn Valley A C26 510 18.29 Thomas McCallion SM Individual27 142 18.29 Martin Gormley MM Letterkenny A C28 32 18.40 William Graham SM Individual29 205 18.43 Adam Lynch JM Finn Valley A C30 245 18.45 Joe Milford SM Milford A C31 193 19.01 Kenny O Donnell SM Finn Valley A C32 293 19.06 Eugene Gallen SM Finn Valley A C33 231 19.08 Conor Ricey SM Liffey Valley34 131 19.12 Conor Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C35 489 19.17 Carol McGinley SW Individual36 494 19.21 James Stevenson SM Lifford A C37 578 19.22 Damien Browne SM Individual38 169 19.23 Pat Hegarty MM Finn Valley A C39 441 19.25 Ben Carr JM Finn Valley A C40 194 19.26 Calvin O Brien SM Finn Valley A C41 276 19.27 Paul Doherty SM Individual42 236 19.28 Aisling Temple SW Individual43 225 19.29 Eoghan Bradley JM Finn Valley A C44 100 19.33 Sean O’Gara SM Individual45 447 19.38 Enda Doherty SM Finn Valley A C46 419 19.41 Adam McGranaghan JM Finn Valley A C47 20 19.42 John McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C48 547 19.44 Joe Carlin SM KCR49 581 19.45 Sean Paul Byrne SM Finn Valley A C50 207 19.46 Donal Dohery SM Individual51 206 19.46 Paul Doherrty SM 24/7 Triathlon52 256 19.57 Kay Byrne SW Finn Valley A C53 359 19.59 Sean Crossan SM Finn Valley A C54 111 20.00 Kathleen McNulty SW Finn Valley A C55 180 20.01 Hannah McGowan SW Derry City Track Club56 234 20.05 Alan Cavanagh SM Finn Valley A C57 356 20.06 Michael J Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C58 329 20.11 Barry Mackey SM Letterkenny A C59 593 20.12 Paddy Costello SM Individual60 246 20.14 Drew Doherty SM Finn Valley A C61 518 20.15 Brendan Culhane SM Finn Valley A C62 559 20.15 Jack O Doherty SM Individual63 297 20.16 Brian Patton SM Finn Valley A C64 286 20.17 Johnathon Connolly JM Finn Valley A C65 235 20.22 Paul Leonard SM Individual66 316 20.23 Paul Lee SM Letterkenny A C67 506 20.25 Liam McGlynn SM Mullingar Harriers68 158 20.25 Kevin Greenan MM Letterkenny A C69 538 20.28 James Jenkinson SM Individual70 398 20.29 Oran O Donnell SM Finn Valley A C71 420 20.35 Colm McElwaine SM Individual72 606 20.38 Gavin Carlin SM Finn Valley A C73 170 20.39 Michael Connolly SM Individual74 294 20.40 Mick Gallagher SM Individual75 242 20.41 Karen Gallagher JW Finn Valley A C76 298 20.42 Ailish Patton SW Finn Valley A C77 331 20.47 Pauric McGinley SM Letterkenny A C78 542 20.48 Tom Maguire SM Individual79 483 20.48 Shaun Gallen SM Individual80 480 20.53 Sean Molloy SM Foyle Valley81 577 20.54 Jamie McClean SM Individual82 204 20.54 Gerard McConnell SM Individual83 509 20.57 Alan Lyttle SM KCR84 497 21.00 John Flemming SM Individual85 603 21.00 Niall Bonner SW Individual86 277 21.01 CJ Doherty SM Individual87 227 21.02 Steven O Donnelll SM Finn Valley A C88 457 21.03 Maeve Colhane SW Finn Valley A C89 269 21.06 Niall Dunnion SM Individual90 201 21.06 David Connors SM Milford A C91 334 21.07 Hugh Coll SM Milford A C92 487 21.07 Dermot Sweeney SM Individual93 219 21.08 Colm Hegarty SM Individual94 528 21.11 Declan McHugh SM Individual95 558 21.12 Andy Scanlon SM Finn Valley A C96 306 21.12 Niall Mulrine SM Individual97 613 21.13 Karen Gallagher JW Lifford A C98 519 21.14 Morris Lafferty SM Individual99 300 21.16 John Lynch SM Individual100 289 21.17 Eoghan McGill JM KCR101 591 21.18 Darren Johnston SM Pettigo Runners102 209 21.19 Peter McMenamin SM Individual103 387 21.20 Christopher Gallagher SM Castlefinn Runners104 415 21.20 Paul McMenamin SM Individual105 80 21.21 Noreen Bonner MW Finn Valley A C106 438 21.21 Paddy Clohessy SM Individual107 191 21.21 Shannon McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C108 609 21.27 Elijah McGinley JM Finn Valley A C109 292 21.32 Tony Gallagher MM Finn Valley A C110 39 21.40 Mark Connolly SM Individual111 50 21.41 Conall Morrison SM Individual112 342 21.41 Liam McGinty SM Finn Valley A C113 243 21.42 Sean O Leary SM Finn Valley A C114 499 21.45 Shauna Guthrie SW Finn Valley A C115 357 21.46 Kieran Coyle SM KCR116 296 21.47 Brendan Patton MM Finn Valley A C117 335 21.48 Eimear Gormely SW Individual118 478 21.50 Mark Travers SM Individual119 475 21.51 Paul Travers SM Individual120 474 21.51 Shaun O Donnell SM Individual121 399 21.55 Tom Bangert SM Lifford A C122 523 21.55 David McHugh SM Individual123 216 21.56 Patrick Carr SM Individual124 138 21.58 Maria Harron SW Aghyaran Athletics125 160 21.59 Terence Quinn SM Raphoe Runners126 534 22.02 Enda O Doherty SM Individual127 344 22.04 Issac McLaughlin SM Individual128 133 22.04 Ryan Galvin JM Finn Valley A C129 513 22.05 camilla McGrenaghan SW Individual130 459 22.05 Caelan Reid JM Finn Valley A C131 488 22.08 Eugene McGinley SM Individual132 621 22.10 James Beirne SM Individual133 324 22.11 Sean McMenamin SM Aghyaran Athletics134 512 22.12 Charlie McGrenaghan SM Individual135 535 22.13 Emma Clevery SW Individual136 364 22.13 Seamus Curran SM Finn Valley A C137 638 22.14 Michael 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