Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast LATEST STORIES Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netBaser Amer stole the spotlight as Meralco ruined Christian Standhardinger’s keenly-awaited debut with a 93-85 win over San Miguel Beer in the 2018 PBA Commissioner’s Cup Wednesday night at Mall of Asia Arena.Amer delivered down the stretch, scoring 13 of his game-high 28 points in the last six minutes to lift the Bolts to their third win in four outings.ADVERTISEMENT “It’s always a big win when you beat San Miguel. We were hoping to catch them early, catch them when they’re still rusty,” said Meralco coach Norman Black.All eyes were on Standhardinger, who was drafted No. 1 overall by the Beermen in October, and the fancied San Miguel making their debut coming off a historic fourth straight championship in the Philippine Cup last month.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 crownBut the Bolts stole their thunder behind Amer, who flourished in the crucial stages.Meralco was down seven before it went on an 11-2 burst capped by three free throws by Amer with 4:29 remaining. ‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ MOST READ Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident The former San Beda star then, scored five unanswered points to give the Bolts an 85-81 edge before sinking a pair of freebies to put the game away, 90-83, with 23.5 ticks left.Amer went 8-of-13 from the field including 5-of-6 from downtown and also had eight rebounds and three assists while his backcourt partner Chris Newsome added 23 points, seven rebounds, and four assists.Bolts import Arinze Onuaku posted a near triple-double with 13 points, 12 rebounds, and eight assists while also collecting two steals and two blocks.Beermen reinforcement Troy Gillen started like a house on fire but cooled off in the second half, where he only scored two points after tallying 17 in the first two quarters.Standhardinger had a subpar outing, finishing with only four points, five rebounds and two steals in 20 minutes off the bench. June Mar Fajardo had a quiet night, scoring 16 points and grabbing seven rebounds.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Garcia disappointed as Rain or Shine fails to capitalize on frontcourt edge 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 Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding View comments
Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Heat: Chris Bosh was back in the stands for a second consecutive game, plus was with Miami at practice on Saturday. … Miami missed its first eight shots. … Whiteside got three stitches over his left eye in the first quarter. He returned to the game. … James Johnson missed the game with an illness. Jones Jr. started in his place, giving Miami its 15th starting lineup in 35 games.WAITERS CLEAREDHeat guard Dion Waiters returned after two days of practice with Miami’s G League affiliate in Sioux Falls, complained about how cold it was there, but more importantly declared himself ready to play again. “I feel great. You ask those guys out there, I don’t think I missed a shot. I’m talking about a lot of deep shots, too,” Waiters said. He hasn’t been in a game for the Heat since Dec. 22, 2017 — but may make his season debut Wednesday in Cleveland.TWO POINTSMinnesota was without its two primary point guards: Derrick Rose missed the game with a right ankle sprain, and Jeff Teague missed his seventh consecutive game with left ankle inflammation. Rose hasn’t appeared in a game at Miami since Dec. 6, 2016. Also out for Minnesota was Keita Bates-Diop, who was ill.UP NEXTTimberwolves: Visit New Orleans on Monday.Heat: Visit Cleveland on Wednesday. No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball02:14Carpio 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 ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum MOST READ After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk Evan Fournier’s buzzer beater lifts Magic past Pistons LATEST STORIES Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Minnesota Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns (32) reacts after scoring during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018, in Miami. The Timberwolves won 113-104. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)MIAMI — Karl-Anthony Towns scored 34 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, leading six Minnesota players in double figures as the Timberwolves defeated the Miami Heat 113-104 on Sunday night.Towns added seven assists and six blocked shots for the Timberwolves. The only other player in NBA history to have that many points, rebounds, assists and blocks in the same game was Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, for the Los Angeles Lakers against Phoenix on Nov. 14, 1975. Abdul-Jabbar had 35 points, 19 rebounds, nine assists and eight blocks in that game.ADVERTISEMENT Robert Covington scored 16 and Taj Gibson added 14 for Minnesota. The Wolves also got 13 apiece from Andrew Wiggins and Dario Saric, while Tyus Jones scored 12.Dwyane Wade led Miami with 21 points. Josh Richardson scored 17, Derrick Jones Jr. added 16 and Hassan Whiteside grabbed 13 rebounds for the Heat — who ended the 2018 calendar year with a 43-43 record.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 ChrissMiami led only once, and that was for all of 25 seconds. But Minnesota was never exactly running away with this one — the Wolves’ lead was merely 55-54 at halftime, 86-77 after three quarters and was up to 90-79 early in the fourth.That’s when Miami went on its last-gasp attempt to steal one. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college A three-point play by Wade, and 3-pointers by Olynyk and Tyler Johnson added up to a 9-0 run that got Miami within 90-88 and put the Heat in position to win down the stretch.Towns was having none of that.He ended the Minnesota scoring drought with a short hook, added a three-point play and his 3-pointer with 4:06 left put the Timberwolves up 103-92.TIP-INSTimberwolves: It was the 13th time Towns has posted at least 30 points and 15 rebounds in a game. Minnesota, somewhat surprisingly, is now only 6-7 in such contests. … Minnesota forced 19 turnovers, while committing only 10.ADVERTISEMENT View comments
On Tuesday, September 30, 2014, the President and Commander In Chief (CIC) of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL), Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is expected to withdraw to the barracks all Army deployments from around the country. The deployment of the AFL is constitutionally essential to the State of Emergency, which was declared by the President on August 6 and was approved by the National Legislature when it became clear that the Government was losing the battle to contain the Ebola epidemic that is killing hundreds of citizens and other residents of the country. It has an intended life span of 90 days.According to Defense Minister Brownie J. Samukai when he appeared before the plenary of the Senate immediately following the deployment of armed troops at various checkpoints in the country, he said the action was authorized by President Sirleaf as Commander-In-Chief of the AFL.Minister Samukai further informed the Senate that the army’s mandate was to ensure compliance from the citizens in the fight against the spread of Ebola virus, and to also help health workers with the necessary protections they need especially in areas quarantined as a means of fighting the disease.But during one of her recent nationwide addresses, President Sirleaf announced that effective September 30, 2014, the armed forces will be withdrawn from the various checkpoints and returned to their barracks where she said they will continue to render services as deemed necessary in the fight against the spread of the Ebola virus.Since that statement, which came weeks after the shooting incident in the township of West Point that left a 16-year-old killed by bullets believed to have come from an AFL gun, many political commentators are wondering whether the withdrawal of the army is an indication of an imminent lifting of the State of Emergency.In the event that the army is withdrawn, and the State of Emergency stays in force, two members of the Senate Committee on Defense, Intelligence, Security & Veteran Affairs in a chat with the Daily Observer’s Senate Correspondent noted that the deployment of troops and policing of territorial boundaries of the country during the period of a State of Emergency is solely the business of the Executive.The two lawmakers who preferred anonymity said the withdrawal of the army, initially deployed in preparedness to man the territorial boundaries of the country, could mean that the CIC was satisfied that the army’s mission was accomplished, or that the President might have been advised to only use the army for protection of the country from external forces.“Constitutionally, the President will not be in violation if she lifts the State of Emergency short of the 90 days requested for, although she will need to return to the Legislature if she needs an extension. Maybe the international friends, who might have advised her against the deployment of the army, will again do the same for the lifting of the State of Emergency.”But another Senator, who is a member of the Senate Committee on Internal Affairs and Governance, expressed fear that the State of Emergency may be extended if the trend of the spread of the Ebola virus continues; saying the virus is spreading unabatedly.The two lawmakers, however, remained non-committal when asked whether it was prudent to deploy foreign troops in the country during State of Emergency, especially when the country’s army is retired to the barracks.Meanwhile, in the wake of announcement of the army’s return to the barracks, reports from neighboring Sierra Leone Wednesday, September 24, said the Government of President Ernest Bai Koroma has ordered the closure of its borders with Liberia and Guinea, and troops deployed to ensure compliance.Sierra Leone, the second hardest hit among the three Mano River Union countries, Sunday, September 21, ended a three-day Ebola sensitization lockdown, which the authorities there described as “successful.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Dear Editor,I would like to commend the Mayor and Councillors of the City of Georgetown on their decision to establish an Audit Committee and a Procurement Committee. These committees need to marginalise the Finance Committee which continues to be headed by the ‘Old Timers’.The first order of business would be for the Audit Committee to find out what exactly prevented the internal auditor and the staff of the audit department of the City Council from working for the last three years. During the hearings of the Commission of Inquiry into the operations of the Georgetown City Council, it was alleged that their internal audit department was prevented from carrying out financial inspections for the last three years. It would be interesting to know whether the internal auditor has been allowed to carry out this critical exercise and whether they hey have successfully done so since then. It should be noted, however, that the CoI recommended that the internal auditor be given the pink slip and replaced by a qualified and a competent one. Finally, this Committee should seek the services of several private accounting firms and have their accounts audited and qualified for the last three years. This would go a long way in restoring some credibility to the Council.As it relates to the Procurement Committee, well they have their work cut out for them. They need to look at all of the goods and services that have been and continue to be procured for the Council. Particularly, all of those hundreds of millions of dollars that have been doled out to ‘friends and family’ without adherence to bidding processes and tender board procedures should be investigated. Indeed, all tenders should be terminated and re-advertised and re-awarded after a transparent process is undertaken. It is time that favourite contractors who have milked the system for years be done away with and reputable agencies be given a chance to supply goods and services to the cityCarry on Mr Mayor, the citizens are behind you. If you’re walking down the right path and you’re willing to keep walking, eventually you’ll make progress.Best regards,Sambu Jacobus
Thirty-eight-year-old Rajindra Balkaran, called ‘Gomes’, and his uncle Vishnu Gopaul, called ‘Strokeman’ and ‘Balbala’, a pork vendor at the Port Mourant Market, traded chops on Monday afternoon at Kitten Dam, Portuguese Quarters, Port Mourant Corentyne; and are now both hospitalized at the New Amsterdam Public Hospital, with Gopaul being listed in critical condition.Injured: Vishnu GopaulReports reaching this newspaper detail that Balkaran was under the influence of alcohol when he accused his uncle of being a “cochore”. After hurling several expletives at his uncle, Balkaran walked over to Gopaul’s donkey cart and pushed it into a nearby drain.At that, Gopaul ran out of his yard with a cutlass. “Is the same cutlass he does use fuh cut meat,” one eyewitness said.“The two of dem start to argue, and ‘Gomes’ (Balkaran) telling he that he is a cochore and Gopaul cussing he (Gomes),” an eyewitness offered.The argument intensified, and Gopaul reportedly chopped his nephew several times to the upper body. Balkaran received chop wounds to his hands and neck, but was able to overpower and disarm his uncle, and he turned the weapon on the pork vendor. Gopaul received chops to the face, neck, chest and hands, and is reportedly in a critical condition at the New Amsterdam Hospital.The donkey cart that was pushed into the drainWhen the Police arrived, Gopaul was picked up in an unconscious state and taken to the Port Mourant Hospital, from whence he was transferred to the New Amsterdam facility. Balkaran has also been admitted a patient at the hospital.Police are investigating the incident.
There’s not a third-year collegiate baseball player who doesn’t think of it from time to time. But for now, Sean Dovel will put Major League Baseball’s first-year player draft on the back burner. He has other sights on the horizon, mainly putting his Loyola Marymount University team in the NCAA postseason playoffs. “I’m definitely looking at the draft this year, but I’m not worried about it right now,” said Dovel, a former two-time All-CIF-Southern Section catcher from La Mirada High School. “I’ll worry about the draft when it gets here. “The biggest adjustment for me was the pitching,” Dovel said. “That was the most difficult adjustment. “I’ve definitely improved defensively (since 2005). I was so raw behind the plate my freshman year. I’m more solid now. Offensively, my batting is much better. I go to all fields now, and my power has improved.” The Lions struggled from the gate this season at 7-11-1. But Dovel is confident they can regroup and make a run at the WCC championship and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. “We’re just a little slow right now,” Dovel said. “We’ll get out of it. “We have some freshman guys who are playing a lot. They are just getting used to playing at this level. But we’ll settle down.” Dreshawn Vance, a former All-CIF-SS basketball player from Walnut, is having a solid first season at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo. Vance, a transfer from the University of Portland, is averaging 6.8 points and 5.1 rebounds per game in helping the Mustangs earn the No. 2 seed at this weekend’s Big West postseason tournament. The junior forward came to Cal Poly after earning a spot on the All-WCC freshmen team in 2004-05 for Portland. Nolan Bruyninckx, a former Pacific League MVP from Arcadia, has found a niche at middle relief for the Cal State Fullerton baseball team. Bruyninckx has a 1.12 ERA in eight appearances for the Titans this season. email@example.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3061 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “Right now, it’s all about the season. I’ll worry about the draft later, because it will take care of itself.” Especially the way Dovel has performed in his three seasons at LMU. The junior is considered one of the top catching prospects in the country after three solid campaigns. Dovel has earned back-to-back All-West Coast Conference honorable mention selections the past two seasons. And he’s off to a solid start this season. The former Matadores star ranks third on the team with a .324 batting average. He also leads the team in home runs (3), and is tied for the lead in RBIs with 13. That followed up solid freshman and sophomore seasons, in which he batted .311 and .289, respectively. He also had a .469 slugging percentage with 22 doubles last season.
SIMI VALLEY – The owner of a prime piece of real estate that is home to the city’s only Kmart has met with city officials to discuss the site’s future. With Kmart’s lease up in 2007, Corrine Shukartsi recently sought input from city leaders regarding potential development there, but has not made a decision, City Manager Mike Sedell said. Shukartsi could not be reached for comment. Lisa Gibbons, a Kmart spokeswoman, said it’s too early to tell what the company’s plans are beyond 2007, so officials don’t know if they will renew the lease. The store has been in town since the early 1980s. Brian Gabler, the city’s director of economic development, said Shukartsi has been approached by developers who are interested in the 9.27-acre parcel at 51 E. Tierra Rejada Road – near Los Angeles Avenue and Madera Road. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Although, Gabler would not speculate on what kind of projects the city might consider, he did say worker housing is needed. Casden Properties, LLC, plans to build 266 homes on a 16-acre site cater-corner from Kmart. “We didn’t make any suggestions,” he said. “No one walked away knowing what will happen. We listened. They listened. We talked. They talked.” Developer Robert D. Selleck of Selleck Properties Inc. arranged the meeting. Selleck’s company has built two high-profile projects in the city: the El Paseo Simi commercial center across from City Hall, which includes some housing, and the Civic Center Plaza on Tapo Canyon Road, home of the Regal Theaters. Selleck said he introduced Shukartsi, a friend of his, to city officials to be helpful, but said at this point he doesn’t plan to be involved in any redevelopment of the property. “We have not or will not be making an offer,” he said, adding, “If she were planning to do a retail project, under those circumstances, I’d talk to her.” Peter Lyons, the city’s deputy planning director, said since the property went on the market officials had informal meetings with developers interested in purchasing the land for residential use. Selleck has informally proposed a mixed-use project, similar to the El Paseo development on Tapo Canyon Road, Lyons said. But because the land is zoned for commercial use, any type of housing would require a change in zoning. Angie Valencia-Martinez, (805) 583-7604 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A black and white collie sheep dog named Meg has been missing in the Milford area since Tuesday evening.Meg is missingShe is very frightened of thunder and could possibly be in a shed.Her owners are missing her terribly and would love a phonecall to let them know that Meg is safe and well. If anyone has any information on her whereabouts, please contact 0868778083.CAN YOU HELP FIND MEG? was last modified: January 16th, 2015 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:MegMIilfordmissingsheepdog
BY EAMON HARVEY: There were some fantastic success for Donegal athletes at the Ulster Schools Track & Field finals.Some of the highlights are listed below – with results further down. Well done to everyone who took part.Team results – Abbey Voc School Donegal Town win overall Intermediate U17 CupNumerous Donegal school athletes impressed with outstanding performances coming from John Kelly, Royal and Prior, who smashed the U17 Shot record, team mate Sean Woods, Senior 400m winner, Abbey Vocs Kelly McGrory, winner of the the U17 300m Hurdles/2nd 80m Hurdles and schoolmates Kate Mc Gowan ,U17 80m Hurldes, Karl Griffin Senior Boys 800m and the schools winning Inter Girls relay team.RESULTS MINOR GIRLSMINOR GIRLSMinor Girls 10019Laura Elliott, Antrim Grammar School13.8327Jessica O’Hare, Thornhill College Derry13.8934Rachel Barnes, Friends School Lisburn13.9845Hollie Gilland, Downshire High School13.9852Holly Brannigan, Wellington College14.0168Michaela Lyon, Moville Community School14.09710Shannen Robinson, Markethill HS14.2981Alanna Wilson, Dromore High School14.33Minor Girls 80016Muireann Kearney, St. Dominics Belfast2.2934Eve Corry, Victoria College Belfast2.3027Hollie Woodhead, Coleraine High School2.3049Emma Hutchinson, Ballyclare High School2.30510Lauren Wright, Royal School Armagh2.34613Shannon Jennings, St. Joseph’s, Crossmaglen2.36715Holly Swan, Omagh Academy2.36814Morgan Owens, Sacred Heart Omagh2.37Minor Girls Relay1GThornhill College Derry56.872EMethodist College Belfast57.183BRegent House57.594JBallyclare High School58.005AGlenlola Collegiate58.016HColeraine High School58.287CSullivan Upper58.298DFriends School Lisburn58.45Minor Girls Long Jump89Hollie Woodhead, Coleraine High School3.5576Hollie Gilland, Downshire High School3.7264TrinityGeddis, Belfast Royal Academy3.92510Clodagh McManus, Lismore3.9742Abbie Ferguson, St Columbanus’ College4.09313Somer Lecky, Strabane Academy4.1125Ceara Harper, Methodist College Belfast4.1811Anna Stanfield, Grosvenor Grammar4.25Minor Girls High Jump7=4Charlotte Anferson, Belfast Royal Academy1.207=5Katie O’Reilly, Methodist College Belfast1.2066Julia Best, Methodist College Belfast1.2533Hannah Wilding, Bloomfield Collegiate1.28414Jane Jefferson, Omagh High School1.28513Shannon Conwell, Strabane Academy1.281=7Emma Hutchinson, Ballyclare High School1.311=9Rachel McClements, Ballyclare High School1.31Minor Girls Shot11Sarah McGlynn, Shimna Integrated College24Rachel Barnes, Friends School Lisburn8.9033Giorgia Denny, Glenlola Collegiate7.5048Aoife McShane, Thornhill College Derry7.2552Lauren Irvine, Grosvenor Grammar7.15610Chloe Calvert, Lurgan JHS6.78714Ellie Rix, Enniskillen Collegiate6.7089Megan Egerton, Larne Grammar School6.506.40Minor Girls TeamMINOR BOYSMinor Boys 100110Peter Jackson, Lurgan JHS12.7621Jake Willetts, Newry High School12.8832Dylan Stronge, Our Lady & St Patricks13.2747Ross Fallows, Dalriada Ballymoney13.57511Matthew Harbinson, Tandragee HS13.78616Ewan McAteer, Methodist College, Belfast13.80713Adam McClean, Drumglass High School13.9088Matthew Le Roux, Larne Grammar School14.02Minor Boys 80011Patrick McNiff, Banbridge Acadamy2.2624Jake Harbinson, Belfast High School2.2732Charles McNutt, Bangor Grammar2.28410Josh Miller, Lurgan JHS2.2955Sean Terek, Methodist College Belfast2.30614Jake Liggett, Omagh Academy2.3173Paul McMeekin, Down High School2.3287Mark McCloskey, St Columb’s College Derry2.32Minor Boys Relay1GBallymena Academy54.512DBelfast Royal Academy55.063BDromore High School55.094ACampbell College55.505EMethodist College Belfast56.116FBelfast High School56.237LClounagh Junior HS57.878JLarne Grammar School58.73Minor Boys Long Jump11Nathan Chan, Grosvenor Grammar4.6027Ross Fallows, Dalriada Ballymoney4.5432Ben Stephenson, Grosvenor Grammar4.50416Ewan McAteer, Methodist College, Belfast4.3755Simon McMaster, Royal Belfast Academical Instiution4.2868Louis McGuckian, Ballymena Academy4.24710Owen McConville, Royal School Armagh4.22811Kyle Hamilton, Tandragee HS4.19Minor Boys High Jump17Ruairi Logue, Limavady Grammar School1.4225Joshua Armstrong, Friends School Lisburn1.3931Ethan Yandall, Campbell College1.3644Reece Beckett, Belfast High School1.36513Corey Moore, Castlederg High School1.33610Josh Millar, Lurgan JHS1.3378Ben Sempey, Ballyclare High School1.3086Peter Simpson, Royal Belfast Academical Instiution1.30Minor Boys Shot110Lukas Malakauskis, Markethill HS8.64213Sam Hessin, Cookstown High School8.3037Tiarnan Martin, Ballymena Academy8.2441Jake Willetts, Newry High School8.2458Martin Cudden, Rainey Endowed Magherafelt7.96614Robert Clemins, Fivemiletown High School7,93711Andrew Taylor, Clounagh Junior HS7.5189Josh Young, Ballyclare High School7.07Minor Boys TeamJUNIOR GIRLSJUNIOR GIRLSJunior Girls 10055Chantelle McFadden, Friends School Lisburn12.417Roseanna McGuckian, Ballymena Academy12.7213Eva McMullan, CC Ballyshannon12.831Ellen Robinson, Glenlola Collegiate12.944Mollie Newell, Friends School Lisburn12.962Elleana Hull, Glenlola Collegiate13.579Charlene Duffy, Thornhill College Derry13.586Katie Larmour, Methodist College Belfast13.9Junior Girls 20017Roseanna McGuckian, Ballymena Academy25.7213Aine Brady, Loreto College Cavan26.4314Eva McMullan, CC Ballyshannon26.645Mollie Newell, Friends School Lisburn26.754Katie Larmour, Methodist College Belfast27.268Eimear Walsh, Loreto Letterkenny27.671Shannon Booth, Strathearn27.786Niamh Madden, Wallace High School27.8Junior Girls 80011Lauren Hutchinson, Sacred Heart Newry2.20.1127Aoife Laverty, Thornhill College Derry2.22.7533Rebekah Nixon, Banbridge Acadamy2.22.9442Lois Hagen, Wellington College2.23.5154Rebekah Douglas, Forthill High School2.28.4166Sophie Higginson, Forthill High School2.29.8775Harriet Gilmore, Victoria College Belfast2.31.37813Jane McCutcheon, Enniskillen Collegiate2.33.44Junior Girls 1500113Clodagh O’Reilly, Loreto College Cavan4.47.721Bronagh Maguire, Our Lady & St Patricks4.54.532Emma Laverty, Sacred Heart Newry4.57.445Zoe Carruters, Friends School Lisburn5.02.5510Amy Ni Hamaill, Colaiste Oiriall5.03.7614Toni Moore, Sacred Heart Omagh5.04.877Aife McSheffrey, Limavady Grammar School5.08.084Madisson Boyer, Methodist College, Belfast5.11.9 Junior Girls 75 hurdles11Megan Marrs, Strathearn11.4922Ellen Robinson, Glenlola Collegiate12.0434Caitlin Rose, Methodist College Belfast12.27413Aoine Brady, Loreto College Cavan12.8456Megan Geddis, Belfast Royal Academy12.28614Ruth Gillespie, Abbey Vocational Donegal12.9275Alix Galbraith, Methodist College Belfast13.25811Niamh Malone, Castleblaney College13.04Junior Girls 1200 Walk113Sara Timoney, Community College, Ballyshannon.6.50.128Lisa Bradley, St. Cecilia’s College Derry6.54.36314Jessica Quinn, Abbey Vocational Donegal7.20.3345Naomi Hipson, Methodist College Belfast7.28.8754Alice Gilmore, Methodist College Belfast7.29.35615Shannon Cannon, Abbey Vocational Donegal7.43.14Junior Girls Relay1JBallyclare High School52.532AGlenlola Collegiate53.223GLoreto Letterkenny53.614EFriends School Lisburn54.225HThornhill College Derry54.426FWallace High School54.607OAbbey Vocational Donegal55.768DMethodist College Belfast56.32Junior Girls Long Jump17Lydia Mills, Ballyclare High School5.2724Jessica McMaster, Belfast High School5.1438Arlene Crossan, Loreto Letterkenny4.8645Chantelle McFadden, Friends School Lisburn4.7956Zoe-Jane Dickson, Victoria College Belfast4.58613Sasha Bryne, Loreto Convent Omagh4.3873Joanna Minnis, Bloomfield Collegiate4.34815Niamh Gavigan, Carrick Vocational School4.26Junior Girls High Jump12Megan Marrs, Strathearn1.5821Rebekah Rutherford, Glenlola Collegiate1,5837Tara Carr, Loreto Letterkenny1.55Junior Girls Triple Jump17Lydia Mills, Ballyclare High School10.4424Jessica McMaster, Belfast High School9.8531Sacha Bell, Bloomfield Collegiate9.7348Nicole Boyle, Rosses Community School Dungloe9.44510Alice Crawford, Royal School Armagh9.38613Lyn Somerville, Cookstown High School9.1773Natasha Mellon, Bangor Academy9.11814Kitja Ezerina, Fivemiletown High School9.00Junior Girls Pole Vault15Robyn Kelly, Methodist College Belfast2.0024Victoria Beattie, Belfast Royal Academy1.9036Lara Creighton, Methodist College BelfastJunior Girls Shot110Michaela McNally, Lurgan JHS9.21213Molly Donovan, Carrick Vocational School9.0033Susannah Martin, Banbridge Academy8.8247Anna Sweeney, Rosses Community School Dungloe8.6251Amy Rothwell, Sullivan Upper8.5465Natalja Richie, Methodist College Belfast8.13711Kathryn Edgar, Tandragee HS7.7589Sian Elliot, Limavady Grammar School7.71Junior Girls Discus14Emma Henderson, Victoria College Belfast26.1325Naomi Martin, Belfast Royal Academy22.7432Kelsea Knox, Dromore High School21.62413Amy Coulter, Fivemiletown College20.4757Jamie McCowan, Ballyclare High School20.0663Rhiannon Hill, Regent House19.73714Kerry Scott, Cookstown High School19.64811Victoria Berry, Royal School Armagh19.58Junior Girls Javelin15Sarah Woods, Methodist College Belfast26.4424Lara Creighton, Methodist College Belfast26.13313Kerry Scott, Cookstown High School24.0547Kara Wallace, Ballyclare High School22.07510Katie Brown, Royal School Armagh20.7962Aimee Magowan, Newry High School20.5378Ava Devine, Thornhill College Derry19.7886Rheo Hue, Friends School Lisburn18.87Junior Girls Hammer110Michaela McNally, Lurgan JHS40.0824Natalja Richie, Methodist College Belfast26.98313Chloe Masterson, Abbey Vocational Donegal21.7446Jodie Savage, Methodist College Belfast21.6255Hannah Bradin, Belfast High School20.2467Ellen Cross, Larne Grammar School19.1372Gabrielle Park, Strathearn16.0183Maddy Miskimmin, Strathearn13.55Junior Girls TeamJUNIOR BOYSJUNIOR BOYSJunior Boys 10011Chris Jordan, Sullivan Upper11.8022Adam Wilson, Grosvenor Grammar11.8937Nameer Shahzed, Sullivan Upper11.99410Jamie Hunter, Lurgan JHS12.08511Jonny Miller, R.B.A.I.12.2568Elliot Crothers, Ballyclare High School12.32713Peter Tipping, R.B.A.I.13.44Junior Boys 20011Mark Lowry, Wellington College14.54210Jamie Hunter, Lurgan JHS24.5538Corey Beggs, St. Killian’s College25.5244Ryan Hall, Friends School Lisburn25.5752Sam Leckey, Down High School25.7165Ciaran Barnes, Belfast High School25.95712Luc Hanna, St Paul’s Bessbrook25.97Junior Boys 800110Shane McNamee , St Pats Keady2.06.57213Mark Boyle, Abbey Vocational Donegal2.06.6637Conor Davies, Larne Grammar School2.08.6544Niall McIlhaton, St.Mary’s CBS2.09.7955Daryll McNicholl, St Malachy’s2.13.8962William Martin, Down High School2.14.3278Oisin Toal, Colaiste Ailigh Letterkenny2.14.8289Jack Mc Bride, St Columba’s Stranorlar2.15.18Junior Boys 150016Jordan Hutchings, Royal Belfast Academical Instiution4..3225Ronan O’Fril, St. Malachy’s Belfast4.3334Tom Baird, Wallace High School3.34413Aodhagan Watters, St Patrick’s College Cavan3.3651Amando Bamisile, Priory College4.3668Stefan McCrossan, Royal and Prior Raphoe4.4177Luke Dinsmore, Coleraine Academical Institution4.45812Sean Husband, Beech Hill College Monaghan4.54Junior Boys 80 hurdles14Ben Fisher, Methodist College Belfast12.322David Jamison, Regent House12.436Cameron Kelly, Methodist College Belfast12.441Jamie Graham, Regent House12.4513Robert Balacoune, Portora Royal School12.7610Paul Peppard, St Macartan’s Monaghan14.278Kyle McConnell, Larne Grammar School15.589Conor Duff, Lumen Christi College Derry15.6Junior Boys 1200 Walk7Karim Maguella, St Eunan’s LetterkennyJunior Boys Relay1ASullivan Upper47.472DRoyal Belfast Academical Instiution47.693KLurgan JHS48.734BGrosvenor Grammar49.065GLarne Grammar School49.516EBelfast Royal Academy49.567NAbbey Vocational Donegal50.518CNewry High School51.07Junior Boys Long Jump11Oliver Wakefield, Priory College5.6522Oliver Willetts, Newry High School5.41313Caolan O’Callaghan, Abbey Vocational Donegal5.3645Josh McCoo, Belfast High School5.3257Ian Brennan, St Columba’s Stranorlar5.3264Sean Rice, Belfast Royal Academy5.26710Mantas Tacilauskas, Beech Hill College Monaghan5.2386Ben Fisher, Methodist College Belfast4.96Junior Boys High Jump89Gavin McCaughern, Dalriada Ballymoney1.40610James Patterson, Lurgan JHS1.49712Matthew Leyburn, Newtownhamilton High School1.4953Mark Burton, Sullivan Upper1.5836Matthew Reid, Methodist College Belfast1.6121Conor McKee, Bangor Grammar1.6717Aidan Murray, St Killian’s College Carnlough1.7045Ryan Roberts, Glengormley High School158Junior Boys Triple Jump12Aaron O’Brien, Newry High School10.7721Callum Scott, Regent House10.52314Samuel Odour, Aughnacloy College10.4244Josh McCoo, Belfast High School10.27510James Hewitt, Clounagh Junior HS10.2063Justin Savage, Campbell College10.1377Mark Ramsey, Larne Grammar School10.1185Sean Rice, Belfast Royal Academy10.04Junior Boys Pole Vault25Zach Jordan, Methodist College Belfast2.0014Jakob Robb, Methodist College Belfast2.50Junior Boys Shot88Peter Wisener, Coleraine Academical Institution10.2676Jamie McCann, Methodist College Belfast10.3269Aaron Forsythe, Limavady Grammar School10.3355Andrew Barkley, Belfast High School10.3841Conor McKee, Bangor Grammar10.5333Alistair Deering, Regent House10.6622Chris Ball, Sullivan Upper10.6714Matthew Dalton, Belfast High School11.67Junior Boys Discus17Caillin O’Kane, St. Killian’s College Carnlough38.8226Josh Jordan, Methodist College Belfast36.6734Jamie McCann, Methodist College Belfast36.00413Samuel Sproule, Strabane Academy33.8351Kyle Van Gleeson, Regent House33.0765Gareth McAdams, Belfast Royal Academy32.64710Robin Sinton, Royal School Armagh28.9089Aaron Forsythe, Limavady Grammar Shool28.71Junior Boys Javelin88Aaron Wilson, Larne Grammar School31.6472Davis Abraham, Campbell College32.6569Fergus Cox, Scoil Mhuire Buncrana35.0454Matthew Dalton, Belfast High School39.0245Gareth McAdams, Belfast Royal Academy39.72313Daryll Crawford, Holy Cross Strabane40.8921Michael Gaffney, Campbell College40.9717Jack Magee, Ballyclare High School49.47Junior Boys Hammer14Josh Jordan, Methodist College Belfast39.7425Aaron Kirkpatrick, Methodist College Belfast39.1636Stephen McCorry, Belfast Royal Academy31.99410Sam Shepherd, Markethill HS29.3851Kyle Van Gleeson, Regent House25.7467Connaire Maybin, Larne Grammar School25.57713Thomas McGowen, Abbey Vocational Donegal23.4682Jake Thompson, Regent House21.22Junior Boys TeamINTER GIRLSInter Girls 10017Ciara Armstrong, St Cecilia’s College Derry12.5629Megan Downey, Ballyclare High School12.7738Megan Devine, Thornhill College Derry13.1342Molly Bret, Glenlola Collegiate13.2554Chloe Howes, Friend’s School Lisburn13.2561Isla Lockhart, Strathearn13.3675Catherine Kelly, Methodist College Belfast13.56810Erin Mcneely, Portadown College14.07Inter Girls 20018Ciara Armstrong, St Cecilia’s College Derry25.6927Megan Devine, Thornhill College Derry26.5439Megan Downey, Ballyclare High School26.6344Chloe Howes, Friend’s School Lisburn27.46510L Henderson, City of Armagh27.5261Nicole Muirhead, Grosvenor Grammar28.1376Jessica Robinson, Friend’s School Lisburn28.2285Emma McAllister, Victoria College Belfast28.83Inter Girls 30018Tamara Boyle, St. Cecilia’s College Derry42.721Erin Quinn, Nendrum College42.937Jenny O’Brien, Immaculate Conception College Derry44.949Natasha McArdle, Royal and Prior Raphoe45.0510Charlotte McConville, St Michael’s Lurgan45.062Lucy Burrows, Glenlola Collegiate45.173Chloe Johnson, Strathearn46.384Kelly Maxwell, Victoria College Belfast46.4Inter Girls 80011Aislinn Crossey, Sacred Heart Newry2.20.8924Ella Davis,Victoria College Belfast2.21.7937Emma Wilson, Ballyclare High School2.24.3445Jane Matthews, Victoria College Belfast2.26.96513Roisin Flanagan, Sacred Heart Omagh2.31.6568Anna Lawther, Ballyclare High School2.32.2472Cara McKillop, Our Lady & St Patrick’s2.36.8886Lee-Anne Reid, Friend’s School Lisburn2.38.54Inter Girls 150014Emer Magee, Dominican College4.51.2827Yasmin Wilson, Ballyclare High School4.53.9738Amy Jackson, Lumen Christi College Derry4.57.61413Eilish Flanagan, Sacred Heart Omagh5.13.2759Natasha McArdle, Royal and Prior Raphoe5,15.5361Ciara Grimley, Our Lady’s Newry5.16.0673Katie Moore, Bloomfield Collegiate5.17.57814Erin Bain, Royal School Dungannon5.20.69Inter Girls 300017Yasmin Wilson, Ballyclare High School11.11.0821Ciara Grimley, Our Lady’s Newry11.23.4734Toni Buchanan, Dominican College Fortwilliam11.37.57411M Fagan, St Pats Keady11.48.3759Connie-Ann Hession, Carndonagh Community School12.03.7968Beth Shannon, Ballyclare High School12.20.92713Ciara Crawford, Abbey Vocational Donegal12.33.15Inter Girls 80 hurdles113Katie McGowan, Abbey Vocational Donegal11.77214Kelly McGrory, Abbey Vocational Donegal12.0434Jane Anderson, Laurel Hill Lisburn12.5341Sarah Connolly, Glenlola Collegiate12.5553Anna McIlmoyle, Bloomfield C.S.12.8467Naomi Morgan, Coleraine High School12.9078Ayeisha McFerran, Larne Grammar School13.9985Kelly Maxwell, Victoria College Belfast14.46Inter Girls 300 hurdles116Kelly McCrory, Abbey V.S., Donegal46,4327Jenny O’Brien, Immacualte Conception College Derry46.9234Rachel Miller, Bellfast Royal Academy53.2741Kirsty Boobyer, Regent House66.40Inter Girls Steeplechase13Jemma Speers, Sullivan Upper6.04.54210Pippa Best, Royal School Armagh6.18.8632 Loreto, Cavan6.31.40411Kerri Hewitt, Royal School Armagh7.26.35Inter Girls 2000 Walk110Alicia Boylan, St. Louis, Monaghan10.38.65213Ciara Crawford, Abbey Vocational Donegal13.28.62Inter Girls Relay1NAbbey Vocational Donegal51.12AGlenlola Collegiate52.23JBallyclare High School52.54GThornhill College Derry52.95DMethodist College Belfast53.26CBloomfield Collegiate53.37HImmaculate Conception College, Derry53.58EFriends School Lisburn53.6Inter Girls Long Jump110Aiobhin McManus, Lismore5.1128Naomi Morgan, Coleraine High School4.98313Kate McGowan, Abbey Vocational Donegal4.9347Roisin Laverty, Thornhill College Derry4.7759Caoimhe McMenamin, St. Columbas Stranorlar4.5664Jenny Skelly, Methodist College Belfast4.50711Kathryn Glass, Markethill HS4.5085Clara Montgomery, Belfast Royal Academy4.43Inter Girls High Jump11Alex Catherwood, Ashfield Girls1.66216A.McIlmoyle, Bloomfield C.S.1.6032Sarah Connolly, Glenlola Collegiate1.6047Claire Dougherty, Lumen Christi College Derry1.5558Katie Jamieson, Ballyclare High School1.5069Blathnaid Patton, St. Columbas Stranorlar1.50710Hannah Griever, Lurgan College1.458=4Sarah Coll, Friend’s School Lisburn1.408=3Tara Gouk, Strathearn1.40Inter Girls Triple Jump17Claire Dougherty, Lumen Christi College Derry10.89213Emma Brady, Abbey Vocational Donegal10.1139Caoimhe McMenamin, St. Columba’s Stranorlar9.7741Kathryn Case, Bloomfield Collegiate9.5255Jenny Skelly, Methodist College Belfast9.5066Clara Montgomery, Belfast Royal Academy9.2074Anna Hutchinson, Belfast Royal Academy9.0688Clodagh Brennan, Loreto Letterkenny8.95Inter Girls Pole Vault14Emma Kelso, Belfast Royal Academy3.08213Hannah Campbell, St Catherine’s Vocational Killybegs2.60314Katie Hoad, Abbey Vocational Donegal2.1045Danielle Benade, Methodist College Belfast1.90Inter Girls Shot11Stacie Cunningham, Kilkeel High School9.7627Jade Leeper, Gairmscoil Chu Uladh, Ballinamore9.0139Sophie Spence, Coleraine High School8.4548Lisa Gibson, Deele College Raphoe8.1052Zoe Campbell, Dromore High School7.4163Caitlin Brown, Down High School7.27715Katherine McLaughlin, Omagh Academy6.82814Lauren McCrea, Omagh Academy6.77Inter Girls Discus18Roisin O’Kane, St. Killian’s College Carnlough29.9427Jade Leeper, Gairmscoil Chu Uladh Ballinamore29.9132Laura Potts, Sullivan Upper24.8241Chrissie McKee, Wellington College24.1659Hannah McAuley, Ballyclare High School23.21613Jacqueline Burns, Cookstown High School22.74710Zara Wilson, Markethill HS22.2183Lisa Fulford, Sullivan Upper22.16Inter Girls Javelin113Jacqueline Burns, Cookstown High School36.9827Ayeisha McFerran, Larne Grammar School26.3039Hannah McAuley, Ballyclare High School25.7145Kate Arthur, Friend’s School Lisburn23.4154Holly Menary, Methodist College Belfast22.0466Natalie Duff, Belfast Royal Academy21.6873Karen O’Hare, Grosvenor Grammar18.0582Sian Massey, Glenlola Collegiate17.86Inter Girls Hammer17Kerry McIlwaine, Larne Grammar School34.6224Melissa Moffett, Belfast Royal Academy30.87315Darina Fitzpatrick, Loreto College Cavan28.0348Katy Tweed, Larne Grammar School24.4455Mykila Donaldson, Belfast Royal Academy24.0366Lauren McBride, Belfast High School22.45710Zara Wilson, Markethill HS18.07813Katie Hoad, Abbey Vocational Donegal14.10Inter Girls TeamINTER BOYSInter Boys 100113Jordan Hylton, Portora Royal School11.4824Aaron Dalzell, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution11.6935Ikenna Nzewi, Wallace High School11.79411Glen Cairns, Portadown College11.8153Seb Haley, Campbell College12.0462Ben Graham, Newry High School12.0671Andrew Mellon, Bangor Grammar12.44Inter Boys 20014Aaron Dalzell, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution23.0227Jack McCloskey, Lumen Christi College Derry23.4339Ben McKeown, St. Killians College Carnlough23.57414Liam Canning, St Patrick’s College Cavan23.7455Stuart McEwen, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution23.9262Aaron Croskery, Dromore High School23.9771James Docherty, Nendrum College24.22Inter Boys 40011Andrew Mellon, Bangor Grammar51.10213Liam Canning, St Patrick’s College Cavan52.1137Ryan McIlroy, St. Killians College Carnlough52.7649Stewart Gault, Ballyclare High School52.8553Lee Newell, Shimna Integrated College54.6262Ben Daly, Banbridge Acadamy54.69710Aaron Elliott, Craigavon Senior High54.72Inter Boys 80014Rhys Clelland, Glengormley High School1.58.722Andrew Wright, Grosvenor Grammar2.00.135Christopher Connolly, St. Malachy’s2.05.5416Dermot O’Hare, Our Lady & St. Pat’s, Knock2.06.853Jack McKibben, Wellington College2.07.867Conor Breslin, St Columb’s College Derry2.07.9710Ryan McMullan, St. Michael’s, Lurgan2.10.7812Jamie Smith, Portadown College2.11.6Inter Boys 150011Conal Kirk, Sullivan Upper4.06.0027Shane McGowan, St Columb’s College Derry4.06.3234Paddy Robb, St Malachy’s Belfast4,11.2945Tom Magee, Glengormley High School4,12.60513Mark McGuinness, St Katherine’s Vocational Killybegs4,20,9768Oisin Gallen, St Columba’s Stranorlar4.27.4976Odhran Copeland, Rathmore4.36.1083Scott McLaughlin, Newry High School4.46.14Inter Boys 300014Paddy Robb, St Malachy’s Belfast9.12.0325Ryan Sharkey, Methodist college Belfast9.18.81313Mark McGuinness, St Katherine’s Vocational Killybegs9.19.7547Matthew Folland, St Columb’s College Derry9.38.1151Jack Catterall, Priory College9.39.0066Jonny Whan, Wallace High School9.39.0479Ben Doherty, St. Columb’s, Derry9.54.0483Patrick Sheridan, St Patrick’s Downpatrick9.56.58Inter Boys 100 hurdles113Andrew Creamer, St Patrick’s College Cavan13.78210Garbhan McKenna, Beech Hill College Monaghan13.8634Ruari Brogan, Belfast Royal Academy14.14415Cameron Hood, Drumglass High School14.6857Ruairi O’Neill, St Columb’s College Derry14.7665Andrew Hutchinson, Methodist College Belfast14.9976Conor Kelly, Methodist College Belfast16.09Inter Boys 400 hurdles14Alan Curtis, Belfast Royal Academy59.6628Ruairi O’Neill, St Columb’s College Derry60.1839Michael Cartin, Lumen Christi College Derry60.7745Conor Kelly, Methodist College Belfast63.3656Joshua Bingham, Methodist College Belfast64.90614Christopher O’Loughlin, Abbey Vocational Donegal68.22713Timothy Sloan, Cookstown High School80.70Inter Boys Steeplechase11Harry Speers, Sullivan Upper4.48.422Jack Catterall, Priory College4.57.434Thomas Webb, Methodist College Belfast5.00.043Rowan Poots, Regent House5.05.457Daniel Cosgrove, St Columb’s College Derry5.08.465Niall Devlin, Methodist College Belfast5.28.8Inter Boys 2000 metres walkNo entrantsInter Boys Relay1ABangor Grammar45.672DRoyal Belfast Academical Instiution45.793NSt Patrick’s College Cavan46.364KCraigavon Senior HS46.405BDromore High School46.666EBelfast Royal Academy46.677CGrosvenor Grammar46.76Inter Boys Long Jump15Christian Robinson, Carrick Grammer6.0324Alan Curtis, Belfast Royal Academy6.0138Mark Gordon, Coleraine Adacemical Institution5.8746James Carey, Belfast Royal Academy5.80510Mark Mcilwaine, Lurgan College5.7169Alan Porter, Royal and Prior Raphoe5.58713Adam Cooper, Royal School Dungannon5.4683Jonathan Hill, Sullivan Upper5.43Inter Boys High Jump11Ryan McTeer, Shimna Integrated College1.8022Jake Wilson, Newry High School1.7537Robert Bill, Antrim Grammar School1.7544Andrew Hutchinson, Methodist College Belfast1.7555Jason Kennedy, Belfast High School1.70614Jony McKeown, Omagh Academy1.7079Andrew McCulloch, Coleraine Academical Institution1.6588Stephen Coulter, Dalriada Ballymoney1.60Inter Boys Triple Jump14Christian Robinson, Carrick Grammer12.4521Matthew Hedley, Grosvenor Grammar12.4332Jonathan Hill, Sullivan Upper12.2245Kris Berry, Carrick Grammer12.21510Gareth Rees, Portadown College12.1666Scott Shaw, Belfast High School12.1277Martin McGready, Dalriada Ballymoney11.72813Gavin McLwaine, Castlederg High School11.57Inter Boys Pole Vault14Joshua Bingham, Methodist College Belfast3.4525Alex Livingston, Methodist College Belfast3.10Inter Boys Shot17John Kelly, Royal and Prior Raphoe15.9221Jacob Walsh, Regent House12.5539Josh McIlroy, Ballymena Academy12.3548Jonny McKeown, Ballyclare High School11.32510Neil Lutton, Royal School Armagh11.1064Alex Steenson, Belfast Royal Academy10.8472Robert Brown, Regent House10.79815John Clarke, Portora Royal School10.41Inter Boys Discus14Stewart Martin, Belfast Royal Academy43.2325Michael Logan, Methodist College Belfast37.6631Josh Close, Priory College36.3042Thomas Donnan, Down High School35.81510Jamie Dickson, Craigavon Senior High34.85614Ciaran O’Reilly, St Patrick’s College Cavan32.5373Stuart Walker, Dromore High School31.98813Chris Hetherington, Fivemiletown College30.77Inter Boys Javelin17John Kelly, Royal and Prior Raphoe48.0823Rhys McKee, Regent House47.6132Ronan Jenkinson, Campbell College45.4041Niall McGrattan, Priory College44.87510Mervyn Brown, Royal School Armagh43.2069Henry Loan, Dalriada Ballymoney36.1376Saul Herdman, Methodist College Belfast34.5488Nico Surgeoner, Ballyclare High School33,87Inter Boys Hammer113James Williams, Bailiboro Community School52.7425Scott McMurtry, Belfast Royal Academy45.1734Sam Matthews, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution43.1546Ross Mc Allister, Methodist College Belfast39.9251Jacob Walsh, Regent House28.54Inter Boys TeamSENIOR GIRLSSenior Girls 10014Chloe Boomer, Friend’s School Lisburn12.4927Holly Clarke, Dalriada Ballymoney12.50310Emma Willis, Portadown College12.8645Amy Hagan, Methodist College Belfast12.9052Naomi Campbell, Grosvenor Grammar13.3869Rebecca Kerr, Ballyclare Secondary School13.8973Jordain McGifford, Glenlola Collegiate14.24Senior Girls 20014Chloe Boomer, Friend’s School Lisburn25.2727Holly Clarke, Dalriada Ballymoney25.5239Anna Barr, Thornhill College Derry25.7248Heather Carson, Ballymena Academy26.09510Emma Willis, Portadown College26.5665Amy Hagan, Methodist College Belfast26.8272Holly Dornan, Grosvenor Grammar28.0283Claudia Bedford, Strathearn28.62Senior Girls 400110Edel Kiernan, St Louis Carrickmacross61.5724Helen Daivson, Methodist College Belfast63.9937Rebecca McLaughlin, St Mary’s Derry64.9248Hannah McGowan, St Mary’s Limavady65.5259Sally Brown, Limavady High School68.0061Poulette Rabut, Grosvenor Grammar72.92Senior Girls 80011Lorna Fitzpatrick, Sacred Heart Newry2.21.5210Laura Casey, St Michael’s Lurgan2.23.533Eva Laverty, Sacred Heart Newry2.24.742Rebecca Blundell, Strathearn2.27.158Hannah McGowan, St Mary’s Limavady2.33.065Jenna Dickson, Belfast High School2.47.4Senior Girls 150011Lorna Fitzpatrick, Sacred Heart Newry4.48.9528Alex Kirk, Coleraine High School4.53.0337Laura Douglas, Ballyclare High School4.53.0642Eva Laverty, Sacred Heart Newry4.56.66513Sara Moore, Sacred Heart College, Omagh4.59.0969Amy McDaid, St Cecilla’s College Derry5.06.5673Emma Mitchell, Banbridge High School5.13.0685Soarse McClean Methodist College Belfast5.34.20Senior Girls 3000113Sara Moore, Sacred Heart College, Omagh10.47.6421Emma Mitchell, Banbridge High School10.51.3432Elaine Burch, Down High School11.12.11410Laura Casey, St Michael’s Lurgan11.23.64511Jessica Ni Dhruachain, Colaiste Oiriall12.07.39Senior Girls 100 hurdles14Libby Rose, Methodist College Belfast15.9921Clare Robinson, Regent House16.5738Emma McCay, St Cecilia’s College Derry16.6242Barbara Moles, Regent House19.0857Rebecca Kerr, Ballyclare Secondary School19.45Senior Girls 400 hurdles14Libby Rose, Methodist College Belfast67.7627Emma McCay, St Cecilia’s College Derry69.9331Barbara Moles, Regent House72.5846Hilary Ferris, Belfast Royal Academy75.0255Lucy Digan, Belfast Royal Academy77.45Senior Girls Relay1AGrosvenor Grammar51.292EMethodist College Belfast51.663DFriends School Lisburn52.264BStrathearn53.345FBelfast Royal Academy54.216CGlenlola Collegiate54.79Senior Girls Long Jump18Heather Carson, Ballymena Academy4.8522Clare Robinson, Regent House4.8234Sophie McFall,Victoria College Belfast4.5941Anna Lockhart, Grosvenor Grammar4.5253Hazel Jordan, Strathearn4.51614Hannah Turkington, Drumglass High School4.1476Megan Reilly, Belfast Royal Academy4.0187Jessica West, Ballyclare High School3.78Senior Girls High Jump11Claudia Bedford, Strathearn1.4828Hannah Johnston, Ballymena Academy1.45313Aoife Murphy, Loreto College Cavan1.4044Sarah Llyod, Glengormley High School1.355=2Hazel Jordan, Strathearn1.355=3Jenny Cameron, Glenlola Collegiate1.35Senior Girls Triple Jump19Anna Barr, Thornhill College Derry10.52213Aoife Murphy, Loreto College Cavan9.8537Emma Patterson, Ballyclare High School9.6441Robyn Christy, Glenlola Collegiate9.4756Sarah Lloyd, Glengormley High School9.3964Emily Reid, Belfast Royal Academy9.2875Zara Thom, Methodist College Belfast9.1882Jessica Lowry, Strathearn8.94Senior Girls Pole Vault14Lucy Dugan, Belfast Royal Academy2.90213Claire Brady, Abbey Vocational Donegal2.35Senior Girls Shot11Beth Wilson, Sullivan Upper9.3329Roisin Boyce, Mulroy College Milford8.3534Kathryn Wallace, Methodist College Belfast7.7842Jenny Montgomery, Glenlola Collegiate7.4057Lindsay Martin, Ballyclare High School7.0965Amanda Mitchell, Carrick Grammer6.84713Hannah Turkington, Drumglass High School6.7788Nicola McMillan, Ballyclare High School6.16Senior Girls Discus14Caris Greenwood, Carrick Grammer38.1221Beth Wilson, Sullivan Upper37.2335Amanda Mitchell, Carrick Grammer26.34410Heather Wilson, Lurgan College25.2856Charlene McAdams, Belfast Royal Acadmey25.0067Bronagh Doherty, Thornhill College Derry20.0872Lisa Black, Grosvenor Grammar19.45814Dineka Maguire, Portora Royal School18.86Senior Girls Javelin113Lauren Stead, Omagh Academy35.7021Jemma Jackson, Banbridge Acadamy33.7639Emer Boyce, Loreto Community School Milford32.5048Emma Patterson, Ballyclare High School28.8457Tori Wallace, Ballyclare High School23.7064Afton Fitzhenry, Friend’s School Lisburn23.1275Hannah Allen, Belfast Royal Academy19.7083Cydnie McCullough, Sullivan Upper18.60Senior Girls Hammer15Hannah Allen, Belfast Royal Academy34.3626Lauren McKay, Belfast Royal Academy31,7234Kathryn Wallace, Methodist College Belfast31.20Senior Girls TeamSenior Girls OverallSENIOR BOYSSenior Boys 10014Paddy Colhoin, Methodist College Belfast11.1425Nathan McClatchey, Wallace High School11.1537Ryan McParland, St Columb’s College Derry11.1848Jack Magee, Dalriada Ballymoney11.3356Matthew Teggart, St. Malachy’s11.3869Jack Dempster, Antrim Grammar School11.6271Conor Browne, Dromore High School11.78Senior Boys 20017Jack Magee, Dalriada Ballymoney23.3024Andrew Curtis, Belfast Royal Academy23.6431Matthew Hamilton, Bangor Grammar23.6645Andrew Dyer, Belfast High School23.6958Jack Dunseith, Coleraine Academical Institute24.2366Jonathan Spratt, Royal Belfast Academy Intiution25.4172Steven Kirk, Grosvenor Grammar25.58Senior Boys 40018Shaun Woods, Royal and Prior Raphoe50.8827Jonny Browning, Antrim Grammar School51.16310Adam Magowan, Portadown College52.7041Martin Grant, St Colman’s Newry53.65513Darren Waters, St Patrick’s College, Cavan53.8764Andrew Ferran, Carrick Grammer56.04714Ciaran Cornyn, Abbey Vocational Donegal57.14Senior Boys 800113Karl Griffen, Abbey Vocational Donegal1.52.7221Patrick Monaghan, St Colman’s Newry1.53.85310Adam Magowan, Portadown College1.59.6147Issac Kerr, Dalriada Ballymoney2.05.1752Peter Eves, Bangor Grammar2.14.53612Aeriel Lanza, St Macartan’s Monaghan2.16.3573Adam Stanex, Bangor Grammar2.23.74Senior Boys 150012Andrew Monaghan, St Colman’s Newry4.00.6421Patrick Monaghan, St Colman’s Newry4.06,0933Robby Rankin, Grosvenor Grammar4.09.3344Conor Gallagher, St. Malachys4.10.0158Neil Johnston, Dalriada Ballymoney4.13.34610M Walmsley Pledl, Royal School Armagh4.14.8375Kilian Gargan, St. Malachys4.25.30Senior Boys 500013Andrew Monaghan, St Colman’s Newry15.39.83211M Walmsley Pledl, Royal School Armagh15.50.5138Neil Johnston, Dalriada Ballymoney15.53,9944Conor Gallagher, St. Malachys16.02.5055Kilian Gargan, St. Malachys16.35.38612Patrick Murphy, St Macartan’s Monaghan17.31,16Senior Boys 110 hurdles18Mark McGarvey, St Joseph’s Boys’ School Derry15.224Paddy Colhoin, Methodist College Belfast15.431Adam Hill, Sullivan Upper15.8413Denis Frimpong, St Patrick’s College Cavan16.855Jamie Logan, Methodist College Belfast17.8Senior Boys 400 hurdles18Andrew Bolster, St Columb’s College Derry58.55213Darren Waters, St Patrick’s College, Cavan59.9131Jason Crawford, Campbell College61.9543Gareth Lyness, Glastry College62.0952David Matthews, Sullivan Upper62.50Senior Boys Steeplechase11Robby Rankin, Grosvenor Grammar6.34.7527Mark Bonner, St Columba’s Stranorlar6.49.8934Gavin Adams, Methodist College Belfast7.49.01Senior Boys 3000 metres walk110Damien McAree, St Macartan’s Monaghan11.01.48Senior Boys Relay1EMethodist College Belfast44.902AGrosvenor Grammar45.323GAntrim Grammar School46.464NAbbey Vocational Donegal49.53Senior Boys Long Jump14Matthew Teggart, St. Malachy’s6.3027Mark McGarvey, St Joseph’s Boys’ School Derry6.25313Denis Frimpong, St Patrick’s College Cavan6.1141Mark Graham, Newry High School5.49515Conal Mahon, St Michael’s College Enniskillen5.2662Darren Loughlin, Grosvenor Grammar5.17Senior Boys High Jump11Adam Hill, Sullivan Upper1.8624Nathan Lyons, Belfast Royal Academy1.8037Stephen McGowan, Moville Community School1.804=3Nico Espana, SERC-Bangor1.704=2Andrew Rigby, Regent House1.70616Kurtis Scott, Regent House1.6575Aaron McCausland, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution1.65Senior Boys Triple Jump113Conal Mahon, St Michael’s College Enniskillen12.1324Matthew Williamson, Glengormley High12.0236Matthew Connolly, Belfast High School11.7247Michael Doherty, Oakgrove College Derry11.4455Nathan Lyons, Belfast Royal Academy11.3562William Haugh, Kilkeel High School11.1978Jamie Carson, Coleraine Academical Institute10.99Senior Boys Pole Vault113Christopher Doherty, Carrick Vocational School3.20Senior Boys Shot113Kyle Donnell, Castlederg High School12,2224Josh Atkinson, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution12.0635James Megarity, Royal Belfast Academy Inst11.5041Darragh McDonald, Bangor Grammar11.2156Daniel Dass,Belfast Royal Academy10.1667Andrew Kelly, Ballymena Academy7.92Senior Boys Discus14Josh Atkinson, Royal Belfast Academy Instiution41.62214Ashley Elliott, Portora Royal School33,9235Marc Campbell, Methodist College Belfast31.9942Ryan Kelly, Grosvenor Grammar29.69513Jamie Brown, Omagh Academy26.8467Calvin Kernohan, Ballymena Academy26.2573Jonny Adams, Newry High School25.1681Matthew Stockton, Bangor Grammar23,63Senior Boys Javelin11Kevin Murray, Newry High School52.3922Matthew Stockton, Bangor Grammar51.23314Kyle Donnell, Castlederg High School38.5746Matthew Taylor, Royal Belfast Academy Inst37.0854Henry Atkinson, Belfast High School35.9263Conor Fullerton, Newry High School33.2575Ryan Urquhart, Carrick Grammer32.47Senior Boys Hammer14Robert Moffett, Belfast Royal Academy50.8227Johnathan Blair, Rainey Endowed Magherafelt35.3731Matthew Allen, Grosvenor Grammar33.2545Mark Campbell, Methodist College Belfast25.26Senior Boys TeamSenior Boys OverallATHLETICS: SUPERB DONEGAL SUCCESSES AT ULSTER SCHOOLS TRACK AND FIELD FINALS was last modified: May 20th, 2012 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 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Cllr Jack Murray has accused Cllr Michéal Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig of political ineptitude.Sinn Féin Cllr Jack Murray has criticized Independent Cllr Michéal Cholm Mac Giolla Easpaig for demanding fellow County Councillors boycott a briefing by Irish Water in Carrick-On-Shannon next week.Murray believes a boycott of the meeting would let Irish Water off the hook, and said that his party will seize every opportunity to meet Irish Water and raise their objection to water charges.Cllr Murray believes the call for councillors not to attend a meeting with Irish Water in Carrick-on-Shannon is a display of political ineptitude. Cllr Murray said, “Sinn Féin is fighting water taxation at every opportunity. We have proven that we can abolish the charges through our alternative budget.“We consistently raised our opposition to the charges in the Dáil, Donegal County Council and at every forum possible.“We have repeatedly demanded that Irish Water representatives meet Donegal County Council in Lifford but disappointingly they have refused to do so.“Now a meeting between Irish Water and local representatives has been organised to take place in Carrick-on-Shannon. “While we would rather meet them in Donegal, we will seize every opportunity to raise our objections with them.Cllr Murray said he disagreed with calls to ignore the meeting.“A call from Michael Cholm Mac Giolla Easpaig for councillors not to meet Irish Water will be met with delight by government party representatives and Irish Water executives.“If we didn’t attend it would let them off the hook.“The councillor who is making this call also chose to boycott a vote in Donegal which could have reduced the property tax for struggling people here. “He also failed to attend an important vote on wind farms in the county.“This ‘bury your head in the sand’ style of politics helps no one. Thousands of people in Donegal voted for Sinn Féin to fight austerity.“That is exactly what we will do. We won’t be strayed by the warped and misguided calls of another councillor.JACK MURRAY – “WE WON’T BE STRAYED BY THE WARPED AND MISGUIDED CALLS OF ANOTHER COUNCILLOR” was last modified: October 23rd, 2014 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:Jack MurrayMicheál Cholm Mac Giolla EasbuignewsPoliticsSinn Fein