UNFPA Calls for Support for the Training of Midwives

first_imgShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) With only 46 percent of deliveries in Liberia assisted by skilled attendants, UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund has pledged more support to the training of midwives in the country.“Midwives are crucial in the fight to reduce maternal and newborn deaths. Midwives can prevent up to 90 percent maternal deaths if they get all the support and are allowed to practice their competencies and play a full role during pregnancy, childbirth and after birth,” says UNFPA Liberia Resident Representative Ratidzai Ndhlovu.“The presence of a midwife at birth can mean the difference between life and death,” Ms. Ndhlovu said on 15 January at the presentation of office equipment to the Midwifery Training Program of the Phebe Training School in Suacoco, Bong County. The equipment include a LaserJet network printer and a heavy duty Canon photocopier.  As part of the Phebe Hospital training program, the midwifery school is currently offering two study options: a 3-year direct-entry midwifery course immediately after high school (basic midwifery), and a 2-year nurse-midwifery training program for nurses.The UNFPA Representative said: “If we encourage pregnant women to deliver at the hospital, we have to ensure that the supply side of the health care delivery system is addressed by producing competent midwives, who are able to manage complications and refer as soon as possible those complications that they cannot handle.She expressed the hope that the donated equipment would contribute positively to the learning atmosphere of students of the midwifery training school. “The last time I visited the training facilities, there were lots of students holding old pieces of papers around, copying from textbooks because as they informed me, there was no printing or photocopying facility.In his remarks, Bong County Health Officer, Dr. Sampson Arzoaquoi expressed gratitude to UNFPA for the donation. “We are in the business of going out to seek support from individuals and institutions. A lot of them do not give us the kind of timely response that we have received from UNFPA,” he said.Dr. Arzoaquoi noted the donation would go a long way in helping to alleviate some of the challenges the students are faced with.Since the Government of Liberia and partners in March 2011 launch the roadmap for accelerated reduction of maternal and newborn mortality and morbidity in the country, a lot of efforts have been put into the training of more midwives. However, according to the Liberia Board of Nursing and Midwifery, by December 2013, there were about 800 midwives available to the population of 3.5 million people; highlighting the urgent need for the training of more midwives.last_img read more

Archbishop Hart Enthroned, Signaling the Growth of the Church in W. Africa, But…

first_imgThe Most Rev. Jonathan B.B. Hart, bishop of Diocese of Episcopal Diocese of Liberia, was yesterday enthroned as the Archbishop of the Internal Province of West Africa (IPWA) in the Church of the Province of West Africa (CPWA).Ghanaian Archbishop, the Most Rev. Dr. Justice O. Akrofi, who preached the sermon at yesterday’s enthronement, said the ceremony marked both a church in integration and one of growth of Anglicanism in West Africa.  In other words Most Rev. Hart’s elevation as head of the Internal Province of West Africa indicates that these  churches within represent a departure from the Anglican churches in Nigeria and Ghana, both of which, in the past, were part of the CPWA. The Province represented Anglican churches all over West Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, The Gambia and Guinea.  But soon the churches in Nigeria began spreading and it became necessary for that country to form its own Province.  Today there are several Provinces in Nigeria alone.  Now, the church is spreading in Ghana, too, so the Ghanaians also have formed their own province.  This leaves Cameroun, Cape Verde, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Senegal, which now   constitute the “Internal Province of West Africa,” minus Nigeria and GhanaSo while the Church of the CPAW is being ‘disintegrated,’ the church is growing in other places, necessitating the formation of the new Internal Province.There were nearly 20 West African archbishops and bishops in attendance at yesterday’s enthronement ceremony.  There was also a representative of The Episcopal Church of the USA, the Liberian Diocese’s mother church, as well as the widow of the deceased Archbishop of the Internal Province, Mother Priscilla Johnson.  Archbishop Johnson died last year, shortly following his consecration as head of the Internal Province, necessitating a new election, won by Liberia’s Bishop Hart.Archbishop Akrofi recalled the forerunners to Archbishop Hart: the Most Revs. Leslie Vinning, 1951, founding year of the CPWA; John L.C. Horstead, 1955-61; Cecil Petterson, 1961-69; Moses Scott, 1969-81; Ishmael LeMiaire, 1981-82; George D. Browne, 1982-1993; Robert Okine, 1993-2003; Justice Akrofi, 2004-12; Solomon Johnson, 2012-Feb., 2014; Daniel Sarfo 2014; Jonathan Hart, 2014.With the start of the Liberian civil war, Bishop Browne had to go into hiding for his safety.  So the rest of the Province, said Archbishop Akrofi, shared in the pain because it constituted “the body of Christ in West Africa.Archbishop Hart, said Archbishop Akrofi, is being called to be the heart of that body, the Body of Christ in West Africa, minus Nigeria and Ghana.  “Yes, it is a story of integration; a story of growth; a sign of a living body.  When the Province of West Africa started in 1951 it consisted of Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Gold Coast (now Ghana), and Lagos and the Missionary Diocese of Northern Nigeria.   The Internal Province of West Africa, said Archbishop Akrofi, “is not just an administrative arrangement.  It is fundamentally about equipping the church, the Body of Christ in the world, founded on a dynamic mission and armed with the message that the Kingdom of God is at hand to redeem all things to God through Jesus, the Christ and the Lord.”Neither Archbishop Akrofi nor the newly consecrated Archbishop Hart, in their messages yesterday,  mentioned the grave religious crisis facing the sub-Region, especially our sister Republic of Nigeria, and the murderous onslaught of the Islamic Boko Haram, which is daily wrecking havoc, mayhem and murder on innocent Nigerians.Yet Nigerian Christians, especially in Northern Nigeria, are under constant assault by this sect, and no one seems to be able to do anything about it.What will be the response of the Anglican Communion, indeed the whole church in West Africa and Africa as a whole to this terrible crisis in Nigeria?Archbishop Hart has yet to set forth his own vision not only for the Liberian Diocese, which is his primary responsibility, but also for the ‘Internal Province’ and for the church in West Africa as a whole.  Can the ‘Internal Province’ the Province of Ghana and the Provinces of Nigeria venture to give a response to what is happing in Nigeria.All of them should, for after all, we are all our brothers’ keeper. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Vulnerability analysis needed before building houses – Joe Singh

first_imgIn light of low-lying areas being susceptible to flooding, Major General (Rtd) Joe Singh is urging residents with flat houses on the coast and flood-prone areas to raise their foundations. Singh is head of a task force Government has established to address the flood situation.Singh stated that in the past, houses were built on stilts as a preventive measure against flooding, while their crops were planted on mounds.Recently, the coastland has been hit by severe floods which resulted in massive losses. Poor drainage and non-functioning pumps were some of the factors for the floods.The government has engaged Dutch experts from The Netherlands to assist in fixing the situation of flooding and drainage in Georgetown and other coastland areas. They have made numerous recommendations—one of which is increasing flood resilience among the people.A report released by the experts, recommended that people construct two-storey houses, with the main function being the upper flat. This recommendation, it stated, should be mandatory for all project developers.Singh posited that persons who already have flat houses in the low-lying areas should raise the foundation. He stated that persons should install stilts on their wooden flat houses while those with concrete houses should raise the perimeters of the house.However, in the case of new construction, he stressed the need for the implementation of a building code, which would enable persons to conduct a vulnerability analysis before creating a house plan.He stated further that livestock and crops could be saved in flooding if persons would also raise the foundation of their pens and plant their crops in boxes and pots: “For example, areas like the Rupununi, where there is flooding, residents are planting their cassava on mounds to prevent it from being damaged.” He stated that the drip irrigation shade agriculture technique should be promoted among farmers and residents as a measure to prevent flooding.The Dutch report also recommended that squatting – without sanitation – in flood-prone areas should be eliminated in order to reduce health risks. It stated that flood-proofing sewage infrastructure should be developed.The report emphasised that while flooding will remain an issue in Guyana, and particularly Georgetown, it is important to communicate this to the people and as such a communication strategy should be developed and implemented to explain the principles of living with water.It noted that the plan has to be clear that the flood risk will never be reduced to zero. It said further that an inundation probability map of Georgetown should be drafted and used to explain to the people why it is important to build their houses and businesses flood-proof.“Most people will be aware of flood threats when it happens and forget about it soon after. This loss of awareness influences their behaviour regarding the existing water management infrastructure,” it said, adding that living with water is not just about threats and flood damage but is also extremely economically valuable.It indicated that “people who are aware of the benefits of living with water tend to understand better the constraints that space for water puts on them as well. Flood risk maps are an example of a specific way of communication to the people. It shows the probability of floods and the consequences of floods.”It also stated that there should be simple presentations available nationwide on how the drainage system works, why water needs space, and why it is important to keep the drainage system free from constructions and solid waste.last_img read more

Breaking: Police dent carjacking ring

first_imgAs Police in A Division continue dent the car hijacking ring as several cars and canter trucks were seized in Kuru Kururu Soesdyke/Linden Highway on Monday night.Additionally, another team of Police ranks swooped down on workshop at Yarrowkabra in search of other vehicles and vehicle parts suspected to have been stolen or unlawfully obtained. Several persons were arrested.More details in February 14th edition of Guyana Times.last_img

Mother admitted buying 3 tablets at Berbice park – Police

first_imgChildren poisoning trial…says it was for coldAwena Rutherford, who is on trial for allegedly poisoning her two children, reportedly admitted, under caution, that she went to the Berbice park in Georgetown and purchased “greenish” tablets to treat a cold her children had. This was the account of Police Detective Sargent Lawrence Thomas, who testified at the High Court on Tuesday that he administered the caution statement of the accused woman on April 3, 2014, at the Beterverwagting Police Station, East Coast Demerara, one week after her children; Jabari and Odasia Codogan diedAccused: Awena Rutherfordfrom poisoning.Sargent Thomas indicated that he was the principal investigator and followed up the March 27, 2014 report of the murder. Reading from the caution statement that was admitted into evidence by presiding Judge Navindra Singh, Rutherford said she was having difficulty looking after her children as she was not working.On the day of the deaths of her offspring, she travelled to the capital city to check on a job application to join the Guyana Police Force. This was after she dropped them off at an aunt in Ann’s Grove, East Coast Demerara (ECD).The statement added that she bought three tablets at the Berbice park before uplifting the children at Ann’s Grove and returning to her sister’s Supply, Branch Road Mahaicony, ECD home where she was staying. She reportedly told the Police witness that the tablets which she bought on the park were for a cold.Thomas further noted that Rutherford claimed that her sister did not answer when she said “goodnight” and that she started to argue because she did not say where she was going. Later on, after she took a bath, she reportedly gave the children the tablets.“I broke one tablet in half and gave the children and I drank the other two tablets,” the caution statement quoted the defendant as saying.After the children started vomiting, they were rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPHC) where Sealey reportedly asked her sister what she had given the children and Rutherford admitted giving the children the tablets, the statement claims. She was hospitalised for one week.The jury also heard that Policeman Thomas took Rutherford to the Berbice park on April 4, 2014, to look for the man who sold her the tablets. However, under cross-examination by the defendant’s lawyer, Adrian Thompson, the Police witness admitted that the accused never told him that she bought “rat” poison.The accused woman is indicted on two counts of manslaughter but she has denied that she killed her children. One-year-old Jabari Codogan and four-year-old Odasia Codogan died from pesticide poisoning. Prosecutors Tiffini Lyken, Shawnette Austin and Abaigail Gibbs are appearing for the State.On Monday, the defendant’s sister, Monica Sealey, testified that her niece and nephew vomited after Rutherford gave them tablets to drink, claiming that they had a cold. However, Sealey maintained that the children did not have any cold. Sealey had also recalled that the four-year old hesitated to drink the tablet. The case continues before Justice Singh. (Shemuel Fanfair)last_img read more

Northern Strikers competing in provincials in Alberta

first_imgThe U18 teams, playing in Tier 2 are taking to the pitch in Calgary, along with the U16’s who are also competing in Calgary.All the other Northern Striker teams are competing next door in Edmonton.For more information on the Northern Strikers Soccer Club, visit the Club’s official website.- Advertisement –last_img

No-nonsense player

first_imgVERO BEACH, Fla. – It was a little past noon, and the Dodgers’ spring-training clubhouse was bustling. A handful of players were still trickling in from the back fields, but most already were well into their showers or their lunches or whatever they happened to be watching on the various televisions hanging from the ceiling. Meanwhile, the enigma sat silently in front of his corner locker, several yards removed from human contact. Is he quietly sitting alone because he is a calming, veteran presence amid a sea of promising young talent? Or is he simply above it all? Is he left undisturbed out of respect, because of all he has accomplished in this game and his status as an almost certain Hall of Famer? Or has his notorious and well-chronicled aloofness simply left him without many friends on this team? Is he reading about motorcycles in the middle of a baseball clubhouse because it allows him to clear his mind of the pressures, gives him a momentary escape from the grind of being not only a big-league ballplayer but the centerpiece of a lineup that relies far too heavily on him for its power production? Or is it simply because when it comes to baseball, he is dispassionate, refusing to be consumed by a business that can be so all-consuming? The correct answer to all that, of course, is none of the above. The correct answer to all that is that there are no correct answers, that no matter how much a few spurned autograph seekers and brushed-aside sportswriters and ignored teammates might want to stick definitive labels on him, those labels never seem to disrupt the fact that this guy is completely, unshakably comfortable in his own skin. His uniform having long since been shed and tossed into a nearby laundry bin, the team-issued blue-and-white T-shirt and blue shorts he was wearing were now the only telltale signs of what he does for a living. His legs were crossed, his head was bowed, and the trademark motorcycle magazine resting on his lap was open to a page he found far more interesting than anything going on in the room. This was Jeff Kent at his most comfortable. He was two weeks shy of his 39th birthday and possibly five weeks shy of kicking off his final six months as a professional baseball player. And he was doing everything he possibly could to provide the ultimate study in contrasts. center_img Kent, a five-time All-Star and the most prolific power-hitting second baseman of all-time, prides himself on a lot of things. Things like his professionalism, and the fact that, unlike his protagonist Barry Bonds, he has never been suspected of screwing around with the game’s integrity. But mostly, the most misunderstood man on this Dodgers team and possibly in all of baseball prides himself on, well, being misunderstood. “In the 15-plus years that I have played this game, I have had some good years and some bad years, both professionally and personally,” Kent says a few minutes later, when someone dares to invade his insular world. “My game has changed over the years, and so has my personality. But I’m fully marinated now. Whatever my legacy is, that’s something I can’t control. If you ask one person, you’ll get one answer. If you ask another person, you’ll probably get a different answer.” And if that one person you ask is Kent himself? “Probably a couple of things,” said Kent, a Southern California native and graduate of Edison High in Huntington Beach. “One is that I never cheated at the game, ever. And the other is that I did my job, and I did it right. I made no excuses. My mom and dad taught me that if you do a job, do it right. Don’t do it half(way).” Any other questions? Brian Sabean and Ned Colletti had a few. That was back in the fall of 1996, when Sabean, the general manager of the San Francisco Giants, and Colletti, then his top assistant, were considering trading longtime Bay Area fan favorite Matt Williams to Cleveland. The key player coming back would be Kent, an infielder long on potential who hadn’t quite measured up to it yet. Kent was in his late 20s and already had been with three different clubs. The due diligence of Sabean and Colletti included a phone call to Dallas Green, who had managed Kent in New York before the Mets had traded him to the Indians at the previous season’s trading deadline. “Dallas told me if we were looking for a social butterfly, somebody to stand on tables and be rah-rah and take everybody to dinner, we should look somewhere else,” said Colletti, now the Dodgers’ GM. “But he said if we were looking for somebody who would play this game hard day in and day out, who would always strive to be better, who would lead by example, who would be bitter in defeat and would try every single day to figure out how to win a ballgame, then this was our guy.” Kent would do a six-year stint with the Giants, all of it under the triumvirate of Sabean, Colletti and manager Dusty Baker – and almost all of it while doing battle with Bonds, the strangest of strange bedfellows. The two would get into a televised shoving match in the dugout in San Diego, and there would be countless other sources of disagreement. Kent, the no-nonsense scrapper who had little use for fanfare, and Bonds, who became the game’s most marketable star even as he was becoming its most reviled, were a volatile mix. So volatile, in fact, that they made each other – and the Giants – better. “They were one of the greatest combinations of the last 15 years in baseball,” Colletti said. “The Kent-Bonds relationship, what it did for both players, I think they fed off each other. I told Brian when Kent won the Most Valuable Player award in 2000 and Bonds finished second, that it was the best thing that could have happened to our organization.” The next season, Bonds hit an all-time record 73 home runs. The season after that, the Giants reached the World Series, losing to the Angels in seven games. And the season after that, Kent, apparently fed up with his more celebrated teammate and what he reportedly perceived as favoritism toward Bonds on the part of Giants ownership, accepted a two-year contract from Houston. By the time Colletti was hired to run the Dodgers in the fall of 2005, Kent already was here. But it was Colletti who decided, just before the team broke camp last spring, to sign Kent to a contract extension. The $11.5 million deal includes what amounts to, if Kent stays healthy this year, a mutual option for 2008. As to whether there will be a 2008, Kent says he hasn’t decided. But he came to spring training with a noticeably different demeanor. He says it’s a product of wanting so badly to make up for what he felt was a lost season in 2006, when wrist and oblique injuries limited him to his lowest home-run total (14) in a decade. He already has laid a solid, post-baseball foundation for himself and his family, investing some of the millions he has earned on the diamond into two (soon-to-be-three) motorcycle/watercraft dealerships back home in Texas. Whenever he does decide to retire from baseball, he says he has no intention of staying in the game, at least not for now. Kent knows there are many opinions floating around about him, and he also knows it is way too late to change most of them. But he operates on the belief that he is answerable only to his family, his teammates and the organization for which he plays. Everyone else knows what they can do with those opinions. “I have been criticized for being quiet, moody, selfish, arrogant, just a ton of things,” Kent said. “But I don’t think any of that has been detrimental to my game. I think everyone in this clubhouse should be arrogant and cocky and confident. It’s just another aspect of what a ballplayer should be.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Donegal Senator’s alleged drink-driving case adjourned again

first_imgA case of alleged drink-driving and also a hit and run against Donegal Senator Brian O Domhnaill has been adjourned again at Falcarragh District Court.The case, which was conducted in Irish, was mentioned in court again today. Solicitor John Canon applied to have the case adjourned until later this year.Former Fianna Fail Senator O Domhnaill, who is now an Independent, did not appear in court.He faces four charges which are alleged to have occurred on September 2nd, 2013, at Tullygay, Letterkenny including three connected to an alleged hit and run and also alleged drink driving.Donegal Senator’s alleged drink-driving case adjourned again was last modified: April 20th, 2017 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:donegaldrink drivingletterkennySENATOR BRIAN O DOMHNAILLTullygaylast_img read more


first_imgMark English from Letterkenny is the toast of the county after winning the 800M to be crowned national champion at Santry’s Morton Stadium on Sunday.The 18-year-old Letterkenny AC athlete showed the class of a more experienced athlete to win the title. He overtook David McCarthy of Le Cheile as they entered the home straight, and then withstood all challenges to win his first senior title in a time of 1:50.22.Brian Kelly from St. Abban’s was second in 1:50.85 and Anthony Lieghio of Tallaght AC was third (1:50.88).It was another remarkable result for English.Tir Chonaill’s Mary McLoone wrote a new chapter into Donegal sporting history when she won the  Long Jump  and Triple Jump Jump at the National Senior Track and Field Championships in Santry over the last two days. The Glenswilly N.S.based  teacher on Saturday won her first Long Jump title while on Sunday in the Triple Jump she stood on the winning podium for the 7th time  – a record only matched by one of the counties greatest ever athletes Hugo Duggan who in a thirty year career won 7 Long jump titles.Ciaran Doherty, Letterkenny,3,000m Steeplechase, Teresa McGloin, FinnValley,5,000m won bronze medals while the ever improving Brendan Boyce was 4th in the 5k walk.Letterkenny’s Ruairi Finnegan and Tir Chonaill’s Karl Griffin, were part of a group honoured, and introduced to the crowd, for their outstanding performances at recent EYOF, WYC and European Junior and U23c/ships.Californian, Tori Penna competing in the Finn Valley colours was equally convincing in winning the Pole Vault with a best of 4.20m. Tori competes in the World championships at the end of August.ENGLISH AND McLOONE SHINE AT NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS was last modified: August 8th, 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:Letterkenny ACmark englishnational 800m championlast_img read more


first_imgDonegal Athletic BoardNovice Cross Country 2011 (MEN)09/10/2011Pos.No.First NameSurnameClubTime1329DanKingLetterkenny A.C.16.492327ChristopherJohnsonLetterkenny A.C.16.523328NeilGiobbonsLetterkenny A.C.18.004326PaulMc GlincheyLetterkenny A.C.18.145338GerardMc GranaghanLetterkenny A.C.18.166330CiaranMc BrideLetterkenny A.C.18.247307CathalO’ ConnorFinn Valley A.C.18.288344JudeO’ DonnellInd18.359320MartinMooneyInishowen A.C.18.3710325AidanCallaghanLetterkenny A.C.18.4511314GerardGallagherFinn Valley A.C.18.4912349JimmyCrossanLifford A.C.18.5413311DeanTolandFinn Valley A.C.18.5614334AdamFrielLetterkenny A.C.19.0615324PaulCullenLetterkenny A.C.19.0716319JimHarkinInishowen A.C.19.0817333HumphreyMurphyLetterkenny A.C.19.2318306AlanMitchellFinn Valley A.C.19.2319345KevinConnollyLifford A.C.19.2420322MalcolmMc GeeInishowen A.C.19.2521313ShaneMc NultyFinn Valley A.C.19.3122342NoelThomasTír Chonnail19.3123310SeanMc GettiganFinn Valley A.C.19.4724340RichardMc CartheyTír Chonnail19.4925318KarlMc LaughlinInishowen A.C.19.5226316PaddyDohertyInishowen A.C.19.5927323BenGeorgeLetterkenny A.C.20.0828315RaymondDohertyFinn Valley A.C.20.0929308AidanConnollyFinn Valley A.C.20.1630332GlenDuncanLetterkenny A.C.20.1831341GerryMc ManusTír Chonnail20.2032312WesleyMc CormickFinn Valley A.C.20.2833331PadraigFrielLetterkenny A.C.20.3034356DwayneRobbInishowen A.C.20.4535309MichaelGallagherFinn Valley A.C.20.5736304AndyScanlonFinn Valley A.C.21.0037351MichaelCollinsInishowen A.C.21.0238347MartinDevennyLifford A.C.21.1139305MarkDenningFinn Valley A.C.21.3440346MauriceSharkeyLifford A.C.21.5741317VinneHegartyInishowen A.C.21.5942358MichaelHarkinInishowen A.C.22.0643337PaulO’ GaraLetterkenny A.C.22.0944302MartinAndersonFinn Valley A.C.22.1345355GarethMc LaughlinInishowen A.C.22.1746339OwnnieMc KinneyInishowen A.C.22.3147354MichaelDonagheyInishowen A.C.22.4648303DuaneLongFinn Valley A.C.22.5049301TonyGallagherFinn Valley A.C.22.5150343NoelLynchLetterkenny A.C.23.0951352BrendanDuffyInishowen A.C.24.0552348GerardCampbellLifford A.C.24.1853336TommyHillLetterkenny A.C.24.3354359CathalRoartyLetterkenny A.C.25.2255357GeraldHarkinInd25.30Novice Cross Country 2011 (WOMEN)09/10/2011Pos.No.First NameSurnameClubTime1231JoanneEnglishLetterkenny A.C.9.512232EvelynMc GinleyInishowen A.C.10.113230SharonBradleyLetterkenny A.C.10.284228IreneMc FaddenLetterkenny A.C.10.295236MarieTimoneyRosses A.C.10.306235MarieBoyleLetterkenny A.C.10.337217KathleenMc NultyFinn Valley A.C.10.418227NiamhMc DaidLetterkenny A.C.10.489233ElizabethMc DaidInishowen A.C.10.5110220MaeveMc GrathFinn Valley A.C.11.0211218NakitaBurkeFinn Valley A.C.11.0412237HelenMc ClearyRosses A.C.11.0713221CharmainMc NultyFinn Valley A.C.11.1014219EmerMc ClaffertyFinn Valley A.C.11.1115242ShielaDohertyInishowen A.C.11.1316226BronaghO’ GaraLetterkenny A.C.11.1517243BridgeCollinsInishowen A.C.11.1918239DeirdreDiverRosses A.C.11.2619238EliseGillespieRosses A.C.11.3220246JoanneMc ColganInishowen A.C.11.4521247TracyHarleyLetterkenny A.C.11.4922248RuthDohertyInishowen A.C.12.0323229MargaretShieldsLetterkenny A.C.12.1624222JackieHarveyFinn Valley A.C.12.1925241AideenMc LaughlinInishowen A.C.12.5326223GraceFrielFinn Valley A.C.13.0227277SoniaMc GroryInishowen A.C.13.0428240BrídDohertyRosses A.C.14.3229245GrainneO’ BrienInishowen A.C.14.4330244NadineCavanaghInishowen A.C.14.5031234RonnieSweeneyInishowen A.C.16.3632249LynseyHardingInishowen A.C.18.52Donegal Athletic BoardTeam:Novice WomenVenueBurtDate09/10/2011PositionTeam1st2nd3rd4thTotal1Letterkenny A.C.1346142Finn Valley A.C.7101113413Inishowen A.C.291517434Rosses A.C.512181954Team:Novice MenVenueBurtDate09/10/2011PositionTeam1st2nd3rd4thTotal1Letterkenny A.C.1234102Finn Valley A.C.7111318493Inishowen A.C.9162025704Lifford A.C.12193840109ATHLETICS: NOVICE CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS was last modified: October 10th, 2011 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:ATHLETICS: NOVICE CROSS COUNTRY RESULTSlast_img read more

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