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Dear Editor,The long-awaited decision presented on August 27 by GECOM Chairman, Justice Claudette Singh, is fraught with a myriad of problems. Christopher Ram, in his letter, “Justice Singh is probably unaware of complexity and difficulties of merging two lists”, lists some legitimate reasons about the merging of the lists. The credibility of the latest dubious registration process is particularly worrisome since this exercise was conducted under questionable circumstances. One blogger, Tarron Khemraj, pointed out, “the merging of the list could see the backdoor removal of thousands of names, disproportionately.”It is puzzling that the Chairman has allowed the continuation of the House-to-House (H2H) Registration until August 31. A whole lot of manipulation and forgery could materialise within the 4-5 days – especially considering that the registration process from its inception has been suspect.The Guyanese people must come together and fight tooth and nail against this latest faux pas by GECOM, and resist the merging of the two lists. Utilising this faulty list defeats the purpose of seeking a fair and free election. House-to-House is a virtual sham and should be dumped.Yours truly,Dr DevanandBhagwan
By Rennella BourneMinister within the Education Ministry with responsibility for culture, youth and sport, Nicolette Henry on Monday handed over two Steinway & Sons pianos to the National School of Music.A brief ceremony was held at the National School of Music for the presentation of the smaller piano, the Upright Model K52, while the larger piano, Model D9’: Concert Grand, which is slated for concert performances, was presented at the National Cultural Centre.Minister Henry and National School of Music Administrator Andrew Tyndall discuss the finer points of the Steinway & Sons concert pianoMinister Henry was pleased to present the two grand pianos to the musical institution that was without a piano ever since the school was commissioned in November 2011.Henry relayed that the filling of this musical gap was all part of Head of State David Granger’s vision to give Guyanese the resources required for development. “I have learnt that despite that we have a National School of Music, people still have to be travelling overseas for piano lessons, and not everyone can afford to travel to take lessons,” she noted.Minister within the Education Ministry with responsibility for culture, youth and sport, Nicolette Henry posing with students and officials along with the Steinway & Sons upright pianoAccording to Remington Ally, proprietor of Remmy’s Piano Service Inc, the company the pianos were ordered through, they are made of carbon fibre which is the latest technology utilised in the production of pianos that can “almost last forever with care”. He said that the material can withstand humidity and the issue of sticky keys, which is caused by moisture, would not be a problem in these brand name pianos.The administrator of the National School of Music, Andrew Tyndall, expressed his gratitude for the new instruments.“The Minister was present here some time back…she was informed that we were getting the best piano tutor in the world for free, but we could not have accommodated the tutor because we had no piano. It was then the Minister asked for a proposal to be sent to her which was done immediately and now here we are at a handing over ceremony of pianos,” Tyndall remarked.He disclosed that the National School of Music had plans to open branches around the country, but it was continually faced with human resources challenges.” We have to get accredited music teachers to teach our students, but we are limited in that aspect; however, we are working hard to develop each student that attends the music school.”“Ideally at a National Music School, we should be accepting students from a Grade Five level, but we cannot put that as a criteria right now. This is because limited exposure is given in the school’s curriculum of music. We have students coming in as beginners, they are willing to work to improve their abilities,” added Tyndall.The National School of Music usually holds after-school programmes with students that feature tutoring in four instruments: the guitar, keyboard, steel pan and violin.Tyndall added that the music school was looking to introduce a “state-of-the-art” electronic music production programme for the people who are creative but do not want to play the instruments.According to the administrator, “the Government has been very supportive of our initiatives and we have also been able to receive funding for the constructing of our studio”.The National School of Music will be hosting “an end of semester concert” that is slated for July 24, 2016.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) has donated four vehicles to the National Task Force on Ebola (NTFE) to fight Ebola in Liberia.The donation was made Monday, August 4, at the Internal Affairs Ministry by UNDP Resident Representative Antonio Vigilante to the NTFE’s co-chair, Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly, representing President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.The total cost of the four vehicles is put at US$123,952. They included three Land Cruisers and one Toyota Prado. Presenting the vehicles, Mr. Vigilante said the vehicles were to be used for the decentralization process in the country which, however, came in time with the challenge the country is facing with Ebola. “Therefore, they will be used for the Ebola response like burying of dead bodies.”He said, “I feel the pain Liberia is going through with the Ebola crisis and I’ve promised to work with the government in making sure it succeeds.”Upon receiving the keys to the vehicles, Minister Dukuly thanked the UN family for what he termed as a good partnership and the spirit of love shown to the Liberian Government and people. “The government is very pleased with the donation made by the UNDP family and these vehicles will be used to help remove Ebola dead bodies from communities and other areas for burial,” Min. Dukuly said.He also disclosed that the issue of Ebola now in Liberia, “is very critical and needs more attention in order to save the lives of other citizens in the country.”Minister Dukuly said the government is doing all it can to fight the deadly Ebola disease in the country. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Having escaped from the holding cell at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on a previous court date, a 17-year-old found herself in hot water on Thursday when she appeared in Georgetown Magistrate Leron Daly’s Court to answer a simple larceny charge.She faces an allegation detailing that on March 7, 2018, in the vicinity of Brickdam Georgetown, she robbed Walter Nero of his cellular phone valued $5,000 and $5000 in cash, while at the time, after or before, she used personal violence towards Nero.Unrepresented by legal counsel, the teen pleaded not guilty to the charge, but Magistrate Daly refused to place this defendant on bail, since she has before the courts matters that are antecedents to this charge she faces.
Guyana’s four-member team that competed at the Central American and Caribbean (CAC) Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships copped two gold medals and a bronze as the competition wrapped up on Sunday night in Mexico.Selvon Bruce Whatley claimed gold in the Masters and middleweight categories while Emmerson Campbell accounted for the bronze in the Men’s Physique.Selvon Whatley celebrates with the Golden Arrowhead after winning gold at the CAC Games Body Building ChampionshipsThe other members of the team, Caerus Cipriani (Men’s Physique) and Alisha Fortune (Body Fitness) were not able to secure podium finishes at the 45th edition of the championships.Cipriani fell just short of the podium, finishing fourth in his class (under 182cm) of six while Fortune was unable to make it to the final six after pre-judging.After the weekend’s outing, Whatley’s medal count doubled, as he added to the gold and silver he won in the 2016 CAC Games in the Dominican Republic.The annual fixture was cancelled last year following the hurricanes that ravaged parts of the Caribbean and the earthquakes in Mexico.Meanwhile, it was the second CAC medal for Campbell, a three-time and reigning national physique champion. At his last outing, he finished with the silver medal in his class.Campbell thanked Fitness Express, the National Sports Commission/Ministry of Social Cohesion, Bounty Farm Ltd, the local bodybuilding federation, and others for making his participation a success.The 46th edition of the event is scheduled for Puerto Rico in 2019.
The team lacked Gor Mahia players who are preparing to face Algerian side USM Algier in the CAF Confederation Cup group D match.Full SquadGoalkeepersJohn Oyemba (Kariobangi Sharks), Timothy Odhiambo (Ulinzi Stars), Patrick Matasi (Posta Rangers).DefendersYusuf Mainge (AFC Leopards), Bolton Omwenga (Kariobangi Sharks), David Owino (Mathare United), Dennis Shikhayi (AFC Leopards), Michael Kibwage (AFC Leopards), Jockins Atudo (Posta Rangers), Johnstone Omurwa (Mathare United), Geoffrey Shiveka (Kariobangi Sharks), Moses Mudavadi (St Anthony Kitale), Robinson Kamura (AFC Leopards), Musa Mohamed (Unattached), Eric Ouma (KF Tirana, Albania).MidfieldersChrispin Oduor (Mathare United), Vincent Wasambo (Kariobangi Sharks), Cliff Nyakeya (Mathare United), Robert Arot (Nakuru All-Stars), Patillah Omotto (Kariobangi Sharks), Duncan Otieno (AFC Leopards), Marvin Omondi (AFC Leopards), Whyvonne Isuza (AFC Leopards), Jafari Odenyi (AFC Leopards).StrikersElvis Rupia (Nzoia Sugar), Pistone Mutamba (Wazito FC), Ovella Ochieng (Kariobangi Sharks).0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Musa Mohamed a former Gor Mahia skipper and Georgia based left-back Eric Ouma are among the seasoned players who trained on Tuesday morning in newly appointed Harambee Stars coach Sebastian Migne first session. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, May 15 – Defenders unattached Musa Mohamed and Georgia based Eric Ouma are among notable payers who reported to Harambee Stars training on Tuesday morning at the Camp Toyoyo Ground as head coach Sebastian Migne conducted his first session.The team held two training sessions ahead of upcoming international friendly matches in preparation for their second match in the 2018 African Cup of Nation qualifier where they host Ghana in September.
1 Mauro Icardi Chelsea and Manchester United have stepped up their interest in Mauro Icardi after sending scouts to watch him at the weekend, according to reports in Italy.The Inter Milan man has been one of the stars of Serie A this season and is the second top scorer in the league with 15 goals.That form has sparked interest from Europe’s elite clubs, who are all interested in a summer swoop for the 22-year-old.Manchester City have been seen as one of the frontrunners for the Argentine’s signature, while Bayern Munich are also in the race.And now Chelsea and Manchester United have stepped up their interest in the striker ahead of this summer’s transfer window.According to Calciomercato, the Premier League pair sent scouts to watch Icardi at the weekend as Inter fell to a 1-0 defeat against Sampdoria.
A DRINK and drugs addict took to selling illegal cigarettes for crime bosses in a bid to fund his habits, a court has heard.Karl Ryan (44) of 20 Burwood, Buncrana admitted selling untaxed cigarettes and rolling tobacco at 4 Cathedral Court, Church Lane, Letterkenny on February 17th 2012.There was a loss to the State of almost €1,600 in excise duty. Customs officers bought cigarettes from Ryan and found they did not have the excise duty stamp on them.In a follow-up operation officers seized 2,460 cigarettes and several pouches of rolling tobacco.Solicitor Ciaran MacLochlainn said at the time Ryan was “addicted to all sorts” and was “not the main player by any means in this.”He added: “He was paid in cigarettes for what he did.”The father of six had mixed “with the wrong people” when he decided to move to Letterkenny from Buncrana.His client had since moved back to Buncrana and was receiving help.“Mr Ryan spent eight years homeless on the streets of Dublin and there is little doubt he would have been dead had he stayed there,” said the solicitor.Mr MacLochlainn added that Ryan had no money to pay fines or the excise duty and “does not want to return to prison.”Judge Paul Kelly accepted that Ryan was being used by others and he adjourned the case for the preparation of a community service report.ADDICTION DROVE MAN TO SELL ILLEGAL CIGARETTES, COURT HEARS was last modified: September 9th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranaKarl RyanLetterkenny Court
JUNIOR GIRLSJunior Girls 1001Roisin Harrison, Villiers Limerick12.842Kelly McGrory, Abbey Vocational, Donegal12.843Grace Lawlor, Pres. Carlow12.864Stacey Kerr, Ursuline Sligo13.415Niamh Mc Nicol, Stella Maris Tramore13.426Erin Quinn, Nendrum College13.52Junior Girls 2001Roisin Harrison, Villiers Limerick25.442Roseanna McGuckian, Ballymena Academy26.153Kelly McGrory, Abbey Vocational, Donegal24.244Katie Berney, Newbridge Col26.265Laura Ann Costello Dumore CS26.486Grace Lawlor, Pres. Carlow27.397Sinead Mulcahy, Col. Na Toirbhirte Bandon27.788Stacey Kerr, Ursuline Sligo27.79Junior Girls 8001Alana Lally, Pres Athenry2.14.752Louise Shanahan, Scoil Mhuire Cork2.16.303Eileen Rafter, Ursuline Thurles2.16.734Georgia Dick, Victoria College Belfast2.20.025Vera Fadden, St Leo’s Carlow2.21.26 6Deidre Healy, Rathoath CC2.22.63 7Shannon McLaughlin,St Columba’s St’orlar2.26.27 8Orla Queally, Stella Maris Tramore2.27.41Junior Girls 15001Ailing Quinn, Ursuline W/ford4.47.552A Hamill, Colaiste Oiriall Monaghan4.50.32 3Niamh Cotter, Ardscoil Phobal Bheanntrai4.51.414Bella Sherlock, Bandon GS4.51.635M Brannigan, Colaiste Iognaid4.56.896Ella Fennelly, Mount Anville4.57.107Emer Magee, Dominican College FW4.58.668Nicole Cuskelly,Killina Sec School5.03.46 Junior Girls 75 hurdless1Kate McGeown, Abbey Voc Sc Donegal11.422Lauren Dwyer, St Leo’s Carlow11.753Jane Anderson, Laurelhill C C11.884Jane Pennefather, Carrigaline CS12.165Aimee Bolger, St Wolstan’s CS12.356Kelly Meade, Ursuline W/ford12.357Molly Crossley, Mohill CC13.66Junior Girls 1200 Walk1Sinead Burke Maynooth PPS5.27.332Edel Glennon Finians Mullingar5.47.763Sinead O’Connor St Walstans CS5.57.124Tara Lacey AbbeyCC Waterford6.13.695A O Dowd Ballinamore PPS6.20.496Sarah Ryan, St Joseph’s Borrisoleigh6.33.627Maggie Delahunty, Abbey C.C. Waterford6.35.398O Delahunty Ursuline Sligo6.43.84Junior Girls Relay1Abbey Vocational, Donegal50.34NR2St Leo’s Carlow50.973Glenlola Collegiate52.204Loreto Kilkenny52.795Colaiste na Trocaire Rathkeale52.816Ursuline Sligo55.567St Augustine’s56.018St Joseph’s Foxford56.67Junior Girls Long Jump1Annie Stafford, Scoil Brid, EnnisCorthy5.172Roseanna McGuckian, Ballymena Academy5.10 3Lauren Dwyer, St Leo’s Carlow4.964Kate McGeown, Abbey Vocational, Donegal4.885Caoimhe McMenamin, St Columba’s St’orlar4.816Meagan Coomber,Maryfield College4.76Junior Girls High Jump 1Nessa Murphy, Stella Maris Tramore1.62 2Sarah Connolly, Glenlola Collegiate1.563Grace McKenzie, Col Muire, Crosshaven1.504Sarah Curran, St Dominics Cabra1.45 4Annabelle Morris, St Vincent’s1.456Kelly Meade, Ursuline W/ford1.456Jane Anderson, Laurelhill C C1.458Charmaine O’Donoghue, Pres Kilkenny1.45Junior Girls Triple Jump1Liz Devine, St Augustines9.75 2Emma Brady, Abbey Vocational, Donegal9.603Kathryn Case, Bloomfield Collegiate9.524Deirbhle Ni Riain, Gaelcholasiste Luimnigh9.45 5Pia Diepman, Alexandra Col8.41 6Emma Young, Bandon GS8.397Sophie Monk’s Obyrne, Rathdown8.378Aoibheann Margalit, St Wolstans CS8.33Junior Girls Pole Vault1Kayleigh Cronin, St Brigids Kilarney2.702Sarah Keoghan, St Augustines2.303Hannah Campbell, St Catherine’s, Killybegs2.304Megan Dunford, St Augustines2.105Micaela Myers, Rathdown1.905Martha Husset, Rathdown1.905Victoria Beattie, Belfast Royal Academy1.90 8Sarah McGuckian, Belfast Royal Academy1.70Junior Girls Shot1Kelly Brady, St Ciarans CS10.252Stacie Cunningham, Kilkeel HS10.172Stacie Cunningham, Kilkeel High School10.173Grace McKenzie, Col Muire Crosshaven10.165K.McNally, Lurgan Junior High9.906Ella Christie, Coleraine High9.60 7Ciara McCarthy, Christ King Cork9.428Vanessa Ogbonna, Stella Maris tramore9.16Junior Girls Discus1Kayleigh Cronin, St Birgids Killarney35.542Alix Hughes, Muckross Park30.893Saoirse Burke, Bridgetown VS28.15 4Marcella Furlong, Loreto Wexford26.435Hayley Crawford, Monkstown CS26.226Hannah McAuley, Ballyclare High School24.827Sally Smith, Bandon Grammar22.398Ellis Hynes, Athenry VS20.42Junior Girls Javelin1Alice Akers, Scariff CC34.152Jacqueline Burns, Cookstown HS32.853Rita Casey, St Brigids Killarney30.05 4Emily Walsh, Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir29.185Jennifer Bohan, St Mar0y’s New Ross27.446Natalie Wallace, Strathearn25.88 7Tara Andrews, St Joseph’s Lucan24.068Sophie Cree, St Columbanus’ College23.59Junior Girls Hammer1Alice Akers, Scariff CC49.02New record2Aoife Vaughan Witts, Borrisokane CC40.633Rita Casey, St Brigid’s Killarney36.734Michaela McNally, Lurgan JHS32.51 5Melissa Moffett, Belfast Royal Academy29.896Kelly Brady, Eureka, Kells24.71INTER GIRLSInter Girls 1001Grainne Moynihan, St Mary’s Macroom12.422Claire Foley, St Gerard’s Bray12.573Cliodhna Manning, Loreto Kilkenny12.694Marie Heelan, John the Baptist Hospital12.755Megan Downey, Ballyclare High School13.026Emma Willis, Portadown College13.037Claudia Davey, SM&P Swinford13.67Inter Girls 2001Ciara Giles Doran Mercy W/ford25.042Cliodhna Manning, Loreto Kilkenny25.393Claire Foley, St Gerard’s Bray25.474Phil Healy, Col. Na Toirbhirte Bandon25.71 5Ciara Armstrong St Cecilia’s Derry26.75 6Megan Downey, Ballyclare High School26.817Lydia Rainey, St Josephs Foxford27.528Claudia Davey, SM&P Swinford27.97Inter Girls 3001Grainne Moynihan, St Mary’s Macroom39.422Stephanie Carroll, Laurel Hill S.S, Limerick40.953Anna Barr, Thornhill41.224Keira Lynch, DCGA41.50 5Sally Brown, Limavady High School42.866Shauna Reilly, Malahide CS44.317Dara Sherry, St Josephs Foxford45.87Inter Girls 8001Jessica Coyne, Crescent Col Comp SJ2.16.222Sarah Hawkshaw, Mt. Sackville2.16.593Niamh Markham, St Flannan’s Ennis2.16.944Aisling Crossey, Scared Heart Newry2.18.235Jessica Coyne, Cresent Col Comp SJ2.16.22 5Niamh Ni Churair, Gaelcholaiste Carlow2.19.126Amy Jackson, Lumen Christi, Derry2.19.187Laura O Dowd, Ballinamore PPS2.26.178Emma Wilson, Ballyclare High School2.26.89Inter Girls 15001Siofra Clerigh Buttner, Col. Iosagain4.29.832Elaine Burch, Down High School4.57.453Jessica Coyne, Cresent Col Comp SJ4.57.594Linda Porter, Loughrea VS5.06.545Yasmin Wilson, Ballyclare High School5.10.246Ellen Moran, SH Westport5.11.127Claire Hogan, Loreto Clonmel5.12.88 8Jean O’Sullivan, St Mary’s Macroom5.13.49Inter Girls 30001Zara Moore, Sacred Heart, Omagh10.18.792Clar NiCarthaigh, Col. Iosagain10.18.943Brona Croke, Cresent Col Comp SJ10.20.714Sorcha Niunfraidh, Col Iosagain10.22.215Yasmin Wilson, Ballyclare High School10.59.726Rosie Hynes, St Attractas11.18.097K Burke, Bower Athlone11.36.22 8Danny Crangle, St Malachy’s11.48.30Inter Girls 80 hurdles1Lilly Ann O’Hora, Cresent College Comt SJ11.762Clair Ni Mhurchu, Gaelcolaiste Ceatharlach11.933Christine Campion, St Wolstan’s CS12.75 4Clare Robinson, Regent House12.83 5Anna McIlmoyle, Bloomfield Collegiate12.946Aileen Hurley, Loreto Fermoy13.317Louise Mulroney, St Claire’s13.80Inter Girls 300 hurdles1Ciara Giles Doran, Mercy W/ford42.382Clar Ni Mhurchu, Gael Cholaiste Carlow45.203Elaine Begley, Loreto St Stephen’s Green45.984Ciara Armstrong, St Cecilia’s Derry47.015Caroline Hickey, Laurel Hill S.S Limerick47.996Louise Mulroney, St Claires49.547Barbara Moles, Regent House49.83Inter Girls 2000 Walk1Alicia Boylan, St. Louis Monaghan9.53.412Siobhain Nash, Heywood CS10.15.473Michelle Beirne, Mc Hill CC10.31.124Sarah Bourke, St Wolstans CS10.53.975Aisling Heneghan, SH Westport10.58.726Siobhan Hennessy, Ursuline Thurles11.24.737Sarah McGettigan, Rathdown11.35.44Inter Girls Relay1Laurel Hill S.S. Limerick50.572Loreto Kilkenny50.913Crescent College Comp SJ50.924Grosvenor Grammar51.425St. Gerard’s51.566Thornhill52.087Pres Athenry52.268St Josephs Foxford53.56 Inter Girls Long Jump1Sarah McCarthy, Maryfiled Col5.652Marie Heelan, Hogn the Baptist Hospital5.393Anna Rodgers, Stella Maris Tramore5.224Roisin Laverty, Thornhill5.206Lorraine O’Shea, St Brigids Callan5.03Inter Girls High Jump1Emily Rogers, Greenhills1.601Amy Mcteggart, Greenhills1.603Blathnaid Patton, St Columbas Stranorlar1.55 3Anna McIlmoyle, Bloomfield Collegiate1.555Claire Dougherty, Lumen Christi Derry1.55 6Sinead McDonagh, Loreto Kilkenny1.507Laura Connors, Ard Scoil na nDeise1.508Maria McNamara, Pres Athnry1.45Inter Girls Triple Jump1Ania Bednorz, Mercy Sligo11.442Anna Barr, Thornhill11.153Claire Dougherty, Lumen Christi Derry10.834Jessica Sheehan, Kinsale CS10.815Niamh Clark, St Augustines10.296Clare Robinson, Regent House10.09Inter Girls Pole Vault1Una Marley, Mercy Mount Hawk2.502Katie O’Riordan, Presentation Tralee2.503Emma Kelso, Belfast Royal Academy2.504Eve Blake, Rathdown2.304Rachel Swan ,Rathdown2.30 4Clare Brady, Abbey VS, Donegal2.30 7Lizzie McDowell, Malahide CS1.70Inter Girls Shot1Laur McSweeney, Col, na Toirbhirte Bandon11.852Sophie Parkinson, Kilkenny Col10.723Ciara Fogarty, Loreto Mullingar10.724Niamh McLoughin, McHale Col10.045Kate Boyd, Mercy Mount Hawk9.286Lisa Gibson, Deele College9.03Inter Girls Discus1Sophie Parkinson, Kilkenny Col38.542Caris Greenwood, Carrick Grammar36.38 3Beth Wilson, Sullivan Upper35.124Kate Hickey, St Declans Kilmacthomas33.705Hannah O’Sullivan, Boherbue CS28.786Caoimhe Morris, Loreto Swords27.318Fiona Duggan, Col Na Toirbhirte Bandn22.739Ann Mari Treacy, Mercy Roscommon18.70“Inter Girls Javelin1Jemma Jackson, Banbridge Academy32.982Emma Patterson, Ballyclare High School30.993Ayeisha McFerran, Larne Grammar30.274Patricia Curtin Pob na Trionoide Youghal29.095Orla O’Donnell, Trim29.06 6Laura Dolan, Gallen CS Ferbane27.03 Inter Girls Hammer1Laura Kavanagh, Avondale CS38.402Katie Heneghan, St Josephs Castlebar33.633Caoimhe Morris Loretto Swords36.324M Kiernan Malahide34.735Kathryn Wallace, Methodist College Belfast34.236Hannah Allen, Belfast Royal Academy33.94SENIOR GIRLSSenior Girls 1001Louise Holmes, Kilkenny Col12.702Chloe Boomer, Friends School Lisburn12.77 3Laura McBurney, Belfast Met College13.114Emily Burns, J&M Enniscrone13.616Leanne Fogarty, Ursuline.13.617Sally Maughan, St Josephs Castlebar14.35Senior Girls 2001Katie Kirk, Sullivan Upper25.082Louise Holmes, Kilkenny Col25.903Sophia Ellis, Holy Family Newbridge26.204Chloe Boomer, Friends School Lisburn26.265Melina Va Der Valk, Ursuline W/Ford28.316M Heavey, Pres Athenry28.577Margaret Mary Grace, St Marys Nenagh29.56Senior Girls 4001Joanna Mills, Ballyclare High School55.092Claire Mooney, Institute of Education57.043Aisling Drumgoole, Portmarnock CS58.904Jessica Neville, Mount Mercy Cork59.375Christine Neville Mount Mercy Cork59.93 6Rebecca McLaughlin, St Mary’s Derry65.877Pearl Sherlock, Sligo Grammar66.25Senior Girls 8001Amy O’Donoghue, Villiers Limerick2.13.612Iseult O’Donnell, Santa Sabina2.16.963Niamh Kearney, Loreto Dalkey2.18.134Rebecca Blundell, Strathearn2.20.805Eva Laverty, Sacred Heart Newry2.21.076Laura Norris, Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir2.34.867Ann Moloney, Ursuline Thurles2.36.098Chantel Muldoon, SM Ballinsloe2.40.62Senior Girls 1500 1Amy O’Donoghue, Villiers Limerick4.43.612Mary Mulhare, St Chriost Ri Pportlaoise4.48.01 3Emma Mitchell, Banbridge High School4.49.92 4Siobhain McGinley, Our Lady’s Terenure4.56.285Anna Reddin, Sligo Grammar4.57.22 6Shannen Ryan, Col Chiarain, Croom4.58.01 7Lorna Fitzpatrick, Sacred Heart Newry4.58.02 8Hazel Kilkelly, Pres Athenry5.00.78Senior Girls 3000m 1Emma Mitchell, Banbridge High School10.19.012Meghan Ni Riain, Col Iosagain10.28.623Anna Reddin, Sligo Grammar10.32.014Imogen Cotter, Gaelcholaiste an Chlair10.41.005Eadaoin O’Reilly, Loreto, Cavan10.47.456Ellie Hartnett, Loreto Dalkey10.52.86 7Emma Sharkey, Methodist College Belfast10.54.648Rachel hawker, P.S inbhear Sceine Kenmare10.56.05Senior Girls 100 hurdles1Ailbhe Courtney, Presentation Tralee14.992Caoimhe Basquille, St Joseph of Cluny16.443Laura Langton, Pres Kilkenny16.59 4Libby Rose, Methodist College Belfast16.665Emma Gee, Thornhill College18.24Senior Girls 400 hurdles1Megan Kiely, Ursuline W/ford62.822Ailbhe Courtney, Presentaion Tralee64.823Siobhan McGinley, Our Lady’s Terenure70.154Lara Boylan, Loreto Bray72.485Gemma Sherlock, Sligo Grammar78.19 Senior Girls 3000 Walk1Kate Veale, St Augustines12.40.092Maeve Curley Presentation Thurles14.04.343Emma De Prindibheil, P.S Chorca Dhuibhe14.12.624Emma Doherty, Malone College14.58.205Marie Costello, Borrisokane CC16.34.806Miskana Gebrezgi, St Dominic’s Cabra18.44.487Madeline Penrose, South West Coll, Omagh19.53.32Senior Girls Relay1Ballyclare High School50.392St. Leo’s Carlow51.093Presentation Tralee51.19 4Methodist College Belfast52.435Alexandra College52.566Sligo Grammar A56.437Sligo Grammar B61.27Senior Girls Long Jump1Joanna Mills, Ballyclare High School5.862Sally Maughan, St Josephs Castlebar5.863Emily Burns, J&M Enniscone5.375Sarah Buggy, Castlecomer CS5.026Hollie Johnston, Girls Model Belfast4.847Karen Blaney, St Joseph’s navan4.758Libby Rose, Methodist College Belfast4.72Senior Girls High Jump1Sorcha Murphy, Pres Athenry1.60 1Caoimhe Basquille, St Josephs Cluny1.60 1Claire Collins, Ard Scoil na nDeise1.604Sinead Tuohy, Athenry VS1.604Victoria Dwyer, Santa Sabina1.60 6Catherine Corcoran, Loreto Wexford1.55 7Kerrie Craig, Strathearn1.50 8Amy Phelan, Mercy Mount Hawk1.45 9Sorcha Murphy, Stella Maris Tramore1.40Senior Girls Triple Jump1Sarah Buggy, CastleComer Cs11.262Sinead O’Connor, Presentation Tralee10.743Hollie Johnston, Girls Model Belfast10.694Rachel Healy, Alexandra Col10.63 5April Flynn, Ursuline Waterford10.06 6Catherine Corcoran, Loreto Wexford9.907Emily Reid, Belfast Royal Academy9.698Emma O Gorman, Sc Mhuire Carrick-on-Suir9.51Senior Girls Pole Vault1Lisa Houlihan, St Augustine’s3.102Lucy Dugan, Belfast Royal Academy2.903Amy Phelan, Mercy Mount Hawk2.704Leanne Herlihy, St Augustine’s2.50Senior Girls Shot1Zoe Scanlon, Ard Scoil Na nDeise10.282Clara McGuinness, Loreto Wexford9.993Emma Fenlon, OLL Rosercon9.794Megan Moynihan, St Marys Macroom9.53 5Kathy Hetherington, Belfast High School8.896Shauna Ni Bhaoill, Col IosagainSenior Girls Discus1Zoe Scanlon, Ard Scoil Na nDeise36.122Kathy Hetherington, Belfast High School36.043Emma Owens, Loreto Kilkenny32.804Kelley Cunningham, Killina Secondary School29.465Charlene McAdams, Belfast Royal Academy29.00 6Lynn Bradfield, Bandon Grammar School28.21Senior Girls Javelin1Lauren Stead, Omagh Academy40.962Jenny Murphy, St Marys Mallow38.483Emma Daly, St Leo’s Carlow33.034Rianne Butler, Sligo Grammar31.145Emer Boyce, Loreto Milford30.226Erica Dixon, Institure of Education30.147Alanna Frataroli, Col Chiarain, Croom27.568Kelly Simpson, St Cecilia’s Derry26.02Senior Girls Hammer 1Cara Kennedy, Waterford C.F.E55.31New record 12Lauren McKay, Belfast Royal Academy 2Gabby McNally, Southern Regional College51.943Christina Furlong, Pres Wexford42.68 4Megan Moynihan, St Mary’s Macroom42.57 5Mairead O’Neill, Col Treasa, Kanturk41.54 6Emma Owens, Loreto Wexford36.77AVIVA IRISH SCHOOLS’ ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPS, 2011, GIRLS RESULTS was last modified: June 5th, 2011 by gregShare 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:2011AVIVA IRISH SCHOOLS’ ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIPSGIRLS RESULTS