Western Bureau:Clarendon College have a score to settle against Cornwall College and they will have no bigger chance to do so than when they battle each other for a spot in the final of the 2016 ISSA-FLOW daCosta Cup this afternoon at the St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) Sports Ground at 2:30 p.m.The last time these two teams met, the Chapleton-based Clarendon College were on the losing end of a six-goal thriller, going down 4-2 to Cornwall College at the semi-final stage of the FLOW Super Cup earlier in the month.And just like their first clash, this one is expected to be another humdinger between two of the daCosta Cup’s most prolific teams this year.The Dr Dean Weatherly-coached Cornwall College, although having to deal with two consecutive losses in recent weeks, should feel comfortable on the STETHS grounds against their rivals.This will be a play-to-the-very-end matchup, with both teams giving it one hundred per cent to land a date in the final.”We are always ready to play good football. We have had some issues in recent days but those are behind us. We have proven that we are a mature bunch of players,” stated Weatherly.”The win in the Super Cup was a good yardstick, but that’s done and over with. This will be a different ball game, but we are up for the challenge,” the Cornwall coach emphasised.And a challenge it will be indeed. Their best player going forward, Peter-Lee Vassell, has been carrying a leg injury. How ready he will be for this crucial match is unknown, while the rigours of a long season are beginning to show on their leading goal scorer, Jourdaine Fletcher.Fletcher, in particular, looked off colour in the Ben Francis Cup semi-final loss to Lennon High.The Clarendon College aggregation could counter with their highly rated team captain Creggton Charlton, leading the charge, along with the talented Shemar Hunter. The pair was on target against Cornwall in the Super Cup.Clarendon College goalkeeper Benjamin Williams could, however, be in for a busy day should Fletcher, who has benefited from a full week’s rest, find his best form today.Both schools boast significant pedigree in the daCosta Cup, with Cornwall being the most successful of the lot, with eleven titles. Clarendon College are six-time winners of the trophy.The last time Cornwall College reached the final they emerged champions back in 2001. Clarendon, meanwhile, last reached the final in 2014, where they defeated STETHS.The other semi-final will be played tomorrow at the Manchester High School grounds and pits the defending champions STETHS against high-flying Lennon High School who ended STETHS’ reign as Ben Francis Cup winners one week ago at the same venue.
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In the week that has seen a whole host of debatable decisions from Premier League referees, Graham Poll has told talkSPORT confidence amongst referees is at an all-time low.A number of calls, including a clear handball by Robert Green which was missed by Anthony Taylor during QPR’s 1-1 draw with Swansea, has sparked fury amongst fans.But former referee Graham Poll insists the key issue is with the Referee Association and not the current crop of officials.“The situation is very similar to a team, and you always view the referee group as the 21st team in the league,” he said, speaking on Drivetime. “Every team has a weak link and you never have a team where you think, ‘yeah brilliant’. You always have one player you wish you could transfer out.“It doesn’t matter who you appoint, whether that is Michael Oliver, who is a brilliant young referee, Mike Jones, who is not a brilliant referee, or Anthony Taylor, who is a mid range referee. They are all making these mistakes. You have to start wondering if there is a problem above them.“There must be something wrong with the management, motivating and support of that group of referees. I do speak to some of these guys, and I know from them that confidence is at an all-time low. There isn’t the motivation or the guidance to help them.“You have to be totally focused and totally confident in your own ability to step out in-front of 60,000 people, none of whom want you to do well or like you. You have to be brimming with confidence to go out and make good decisions.“Poll also revealed that he believes that Mike Riley should speak out and take part in a weekly press conference to explain to fans why certain decisions have been made.He said: “Every manager does a press conference every week, they have to they are contractually obliged too, so Mike Riley should have to do the same.“I am not expecting him to come out and blame certain individuals but he has to accept it is not good enough. He has to explain what is going on behind the scenes to improve things.”
Mamadou Sakho will wear number three on his back this season Mamadou Sakho’s popularity will only increase among Liverpool fans after the club announced the Frenchman will make a goodwill gesture to supporters inconvenienced by his shirt number change.Having switched from no.17 to no.3, Liverpool have revealed the defender will autograph jerseys bought by fans bearing his name and old shirt number.Since arriving at Anfield in 2013, he has acquired cult status, so if any fans have bought the official 2016/17 kit with ‘Sakho 17’ on the back, then the club are encouraging them to send a stamped self-addressed envelope to:Mamadou Sakho Shirt SigningLiverpool Football ClubAnfield RoadLiverpoolL4 0THMan City striker Sergio Aguero performed a similar gesture when he switched from no.16 to no.10 in 2015.On that occasion, the Argentine striker offered to either sign any 2015/16 shirt bearing his previous number, or the club offered to swap it for his new no.10 kit. 1
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1 Roma are ready to challenge Manchester United for the services of Benfica defender Victor Lindelof.United reportedly attempted to land the Swede in January but he ultimately stayed put in Portugal.However, they are expected to go back for him this summer with a busy transfer window in the offing at Old Trafford.Lindelof is considered a key member of the Benfica first team and he played 32 times as they won the Portuguese top flight.At just 22 years old he has been tipped for a very bright future and United are hoping he decides to try his hand in English football.But now the Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed that Roma have now set their sights on Lindelof and are confident of landing him.The club’s new sporting director Monchi is a big fan of the Sweden international and is said to have placed him high on his list of targets. Victor Lindelof [right] is set to be in demand this summer
THE Finn Valley 5k Series came to a fantastic conclusion on Friday night as more than 300 runners took part in the 4th and final Race.Home club runner Gerard Gallagher was first over the line in a smashing 15.53.Letterkenny AC’s Irene McCormack was first home in 20.30. Next up for runners is next Saturday’s Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge – a 10 mile, walk/jog/run along some of Europe’s most spectacular coastline. Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club 1 15.53 28 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A.C. 2 15.56 429 Keith Shiels SM Foyle Valley A.C. 3 16.01 223 James Speight JM Finn Valley A.C. 4 16.50 935 Alan Kierans SM Sligo A C 5 16.51 573 Mark Bonner JM Finn Valley A.C. 6 16.52 574 Ryan Porter JM Finn Valley A.C. 7 17.11 572 Patrick Hynes-Foy JM Finn Valley A.C. 8 17.18 95 Brian Crossan SM Individual 9 17.19 580 Sean Mc Devitt SM Individual 10 17.21 906 Aiden Callaghan SM 24/7 Triathlon Club 11 17.22 22 Shane Mc Nulty SM Finn Valley A.C. 12 17.26 418 Gerard Mc Granaghan SM Letterkenny A.C. 13 17.28 461 Humphrey Murphy M40+ Letterkenny A.C. 14 17.34 225 Marcus Mc Clintock M40+ Letterkenny A.C. 15 17.38 936 David Kierans M40+ Sligo A C 16 17.42 469 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C. 17 17.47 760 Noel Diver SM Rosses AC 18 17.47 720 Ryan Davidson SM Individual 19 17.59 370 Adrian Gillespie SM Finn Valley A.C. 20 18.02 31 Martin Irwin M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 21 18.10 938 Sammy Mc Ananey M40+ City Of Derry 22 18.12 259 Oisin Gallen JM Finn Valley A.C. 23 18.21 3 Wesley Mc Cormick SM Finn Valley A.C. 24 18.24 958 Michael Logue SM Rosses AC 25 18.27 252 Michael Gallagher M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 26 18.27 813 Noel Thomas M45+ Tír Chonaill AC 27 18.49 490 Eoin Boyle JM Individual 28 18.49 424 Liam Murray SM Individual 29 18.51 413 Garvan Mc Closkey M40+ Letterkenny A.C. 30 18.55 27 Michael Penrose Snr M40+ Finn Valley 31 18.56 494 Gareth Kerrigan SM Individual 32 18.57 583 Brendan Mc Dyer SM Individual 33 19.01 773 Joe Gallagher SM Individual 34 19.02 483 Zac Mc Gowan SM City Of Derry 35 19.02 64 Hugo Daly SM Individual 36 19.03 2 Raymond Doherty M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 37 19.07 42 Orin Mc Dermott SM Finn Valley A.C. 38 19.16 115 Felin Donnelly M40+ Individual 39 19.21 780 Mark Gallagher SM Individual 40 19.21 896 Gerry O’ Doherty M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 41 19.22 797 Raymond Birch SM Individual 42 19.24 486 Paddy Clohessy SM Donegal Transformation 43 19.27 601 Sean Paul Byrne M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 44 19.39 253 Michael Penrose Jnr SM Finn Valley A.C. 45 19.40 514 Conor Gallagher SM Individual 46 19.50 481 Paul O Gara M40+ 24/7 Triathlon Club 47 19.53 390 Patrick Mc Namee SM Individual 48 19.54 771 Gerard Devine SM Individual 49 20.02 933 Conor Lyons JM Finn Valley A.C. 50 20.07 23 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A.C. 51 20.09 751 Jack Mc Bride JM Finn Valley A.C. 52 20.13 953 Mark O’ Sullivan SM Individual 53 20.15 722 Stephen Travers SM Individual 54 20.18 914 Luke O’ Farrell JM Individual 55 20.18 94 Hugh Ferry SM Individual 56 20.25 420 Dermot Mc Granaghan M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 57 20.27 500 Richard Raymond M40+ Letterkenny A.C. 58 20.29 899 Daniel Dolan SM Individual 59 20.30 503 Irene Mc Fadden SW Letterkenny A.C. 60 20.31 801 Ben Austin SM Finn Valley A.C. 61 20.35 391 Terry Mc Devitt SM Individual 62 20.37 276 Mark Mc Cafferty SM Finn Valley A.C. 63 20.38 450 Kieran Sweeney SM Individual 64 20.39 511 Declan Carlin SM Finn Valley A.C. 65 20.41 954 Declan Sweeney SM Individual 66 20.43 947 Karl Crossan SM Individual 67 20.45 924 Michael O’ Hara SM Individual 68 20.46 222 Johnny Ward M50+ Tír Chonaill AC 69 20.46 513 Clint Doherty SM Individual 70 20.48 229 Seamus Curran M50+ Finn Valley A.C. 71 20.51 946 Boyd Robinson SM Individual 72 20.52 526 John O Doherty SM Individual 73 20.54 502 Adrian Gills SM Individual 74 21.03 504 David Crawford SM Individual 75 21.07 518 Warren Blackburn SM Individual 76 21.10 509 Hannah Mc Gowan JW City Of Derry 77 21.13 425 Hugh O Donnell M40+ Milford A C 78 21.19 389 Ryan Dorrian SM Individual 79 21.25 732 Brian Mc Crea SM Individual 80 21.29 243 Seamus Gallen SM Individual 81 21.32 916 Shane Keaveney SM Individual 82 21.36 453 Frank O Deoran M40+ Individual 83 21.38 70 Jackie Harvey W50+ Tír Chonaill AC 84 21.40 535 Terry Thompson M40+ Individual 85 21.41 184 Colin Walshe SM Individual 86 21.44 83 Kieran Kelly SM Finn Valley A.C. 87 21.44 34 Paul Wilkinson SM Finn Valley A.C. 88 21.46 530 Vera Haughey W40+ Tír Chonaill AC 89 21.47 807 Eunan Scanlon SM Individual 90 21.48 527 Paul Kelly SM 24/7 Triathlon Club 91 21.49 529 Sharon Meehan SW Tír Chonaill AC 92 21.52 895 Joseph Casey M40+ Individual 93 21.54 893 Declan Watters SM Individual 94 21.55 877 Maurice Laverty SM Individual 95 21.55 808 Jim Mc Gloin M45+ Individual 96 21.56 651 Oran O Donnell JM Finn Valley 97 21.57 814 Karl Bradley SM Individual 98 21.59 939 Andrew Gallagher JM Individual 99 22.01 931 Anthony Gallagher JM Individual 100 22.02 196 Anthony Murray M40+ Individual 101 22.04 952 Sean Mc Glynn SM Individual 102 22.05 15 Charmain O Brien SW Finn Valley A.C. 103 22.06 5 Tony Gallagher M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 104 22.11 815 James Dooley SM Individual 105 22.12 962 Niall Mulrine SM Individual 106 22.19 560 John Doherty SM Individual 107 22.21 591 Adrian O Donnell SM Individual 108 22.24 803 Ronan Mc Laughlin JM Individual 109 22.24 592 Brendan Mc Elhinney SM Individual 110 22.38 561 Stephen Stewart SM Individual 111 22.39 557 James O Brien SM Individual 112 22.40 537 Conor Mc Gill JM Individual 113 22.41 783 Kieran Coyle SM Individual 114 22.45 950 Michael Gallagher M40+ Individual 115 22.52 961 Cliodhna Dunne SW Finn Valley A.C. 116 22.58 540 Laura Corbett W40+ Letterkenny A.C. 117 22.58 538 Ralph Wilson M40+ Individual 118 23.05 9 Sean Mc Menamin M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 119 23.05 97 Ann Mc Gettigan W40+ Individual 120 23.07 942 Declan Mc Elwaine SM Individual 121 23.07 759 Nat Doherty M40+ Individual 122 23.08 401 Joe Gavin SM Lifford AC 123 23.10 958 Michael Logue SM Rosses AC 124 23.16 948 Oisin Gallagher JM Finn Valley A.C. 125 23.18 565 Patrick Bonner SM Individual 126 23.18 566 Richard Sleigh SM Individual 127 23.20 33 Samantha Wilkinson SW Finn Valley A.C. 128 23.20 427 David Oliver M40+ Individual 129 23.23 562 Brendan Quinn M40+ Individua 130 23.24 907 Pauric Glackin JM Individual 131 23.29 36 Gaynor Hindley SW Finn Valley A.C. 132 23.32 556 Denis Mc Gill M40+ Individual 133 23.37 224 Daniella Jansen JW Finn Valley A.C. 134 23.38 207 Amanda Mc Nulty SW Letterkenny A.C. 135 23.41 750 Breda O Donnell SW Individual 136 23.42 892 Martin Cafferkey SM Individual 137 23.50 826 Barry Irwin SM Individual 138 23.59 114 Brian Mc Elwaine SM Individual 139 24.01 703 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A.C. 140 24.01 275 Pat Mc Crudden M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 141 24.04 364 Caroline Mc Nulty SW Finn Valley A.C. 142 24.06 563 Caroline Marley JW Milford A C 143 24.06 217 Amy Mc Nulty JW Individual 144 24.08 434 Karen Duffney SW Finn Valley A.C. 145 24.13 927 Mathew Smyth JM Individual 146 24.14 941 Austeja Auciute JW Individual 147 24.22 281 Anthony Gallagher SM Donegal Transformation 148 24.27 568 Imelda Gallagher SW Individual 149 24.27 937 Liam Patton JM Individual 150 24.28 590 Mark Devenney SM Individual 151 24.29 198 Evelyn Mc Geehan SW Finn Valley A.C. 152 24.31 934 Seamus Lyons M40+ Individual 153 24.32 581 Mary Gallagher SW Individual 154 24.35 728 Nicola Ryan SW Individual 155 24.41 917 Patricia Wilson SW Individual 156 24.46 816 Angela Mc Ginty SW Individual 157 24.55 555 Steven Mc Philemy SM Individual 158 24.57 105 Sharon Hamilton SW Finn Valley A.C. 159 24.59 929 Simon Cromie JM Individual 160 25.00 905 Barry Creagh M40+ Individual 161 25.01 284 Stephen Lynch SM Donegal Transformation 162 25.03 901 Shane Bonner JM Individual 163 25.09 715 Martina Mc Dermott SW Individual 164 25.11 909 Eva Browne JW Individual 165 25.12 593 Michael Mc Caffrey SM Individual 166 25.21 436 Goretti Marley W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 167 25.23 903 Brid Mc Ginty SW Individual 168 25.30 280 Paul Finn SM Finn Valley A.C. 169 25.30 291 Simon Mc Devitt SM Donegal Transformation 170 25.30 872 NiamH Mc Carthy SW Individual 171 25.31 241 Michael Mc Cafferty JM Individual 172 25.35 365 Rose Marie Bonner SW Finn Valley A.C. 173 25.41 387 Adrian Crawford SM Finn Valley A.C. 174 25.46 594 Angela Trimble SW Individual 175 25.53 949 Rosemay Daly SW Individual 176 25.59 426 Brenda O Neill W40+ Individual 177 26.01 363 Patricia Houston SW Finn Valley A.C. 178 26.01 609 Sinead Kelly SW Individual 179 26.04 653 Mary Carlin SW Finn Valley A.C. 180 26.08 904 Saorla Mc Garrigle JW Individual 181 26.15 941 Austeja Auciute JW Individual 182 26.17 714 Melanie Penrose SW Finn Valley A.C. 183 26.20 822 Mark Frizzell SM Individual 184 26.20 361 Mary Martin W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 185 26.22 8 Bernie Mc Guire SW Finn Valley A.C. 186 26.22 625 Stacey Hegarty SW Individual 187 26.25 900 Kyle Wilson JM Rosses AC 188 26.26 902 Sharon Wilson SW Rosses AC 189 26.32 302 Charlene Kelly SW Donegal Transformation 190 26.42 618 Aileen Mc Cullagh SW Individual 191 26.48 183 Pat Boyle SM Individual 192 26.52 799 Emer Mc Laughlin SW Individual 193 26.55 654 Noel Dooley SM Individual 194 27.05 884 Declan Mc Hugh SM Finn Valley A.C. 195 27.13 35 Margaret Mc Connell SW Finn Valley A.C. 196 27.13 923 Mary Doherty SW Individual 197 27.17 811 James Patton JM Individual 198 27.18 940 Machael Dunleavy JW Individual 199 27.28 647 Joe Mc Daid SM Termon Tranformation 200 27.30 785 Leanne Patton SW Individual 201 27.33 584 Aaron Houston JM Individual 202 27.35 675 Ryan Scanlon SM Individual 203 27.35 444 Malcolm Houston SM Individual 204 27.36 724 Catherine Boyle SW Individual 205 27.37 163 Grace Ewing SW Individual 206 27.38 686 Catherina Murray SW Individual 207 27.42 802 Bernadette Mc Laughlin SW Individual 208 27.51 86 Kevin Mc Hugh M50+ Finn Valley A.C. 209 27.54 595 Brandon Dean JM Finn Valley A.C. 210 27.57 802 Bernadette Mc Laughlin SW Individual 211 27.57 960 Chloe Mc Hugh JW Finn Valley A.C. 212 28.00 959 Coldagh Lyons JW Finn Valley A.C. 213 28.05 894 Emma Gallagher JW Individual 214 28.10 269 Michael Mc Gonagle JM Finn Valley A.C. 215 28.12 118 Oran Sweeney JM Finn Valley A.C. 216 28.13 713 Gesilda Penrose W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 217 28.18 655 Patricia Dooley SW Individual 218 28.25 692 Marie Mc Colgan SW Individual 219 28.25 369 Caitriona Floyd SW Finn Valley A.C. 220 28.30 579 Bernie Molloy SW Individual 221 28.35 621 Olivia Gillen SW Individual 222 28.36 930 John Cromie M40+ Individual 223 28.48 721 Mary Mc Grath SW Individual 224 28.51 117 Conor Murray JM Finn Valley A.C. 225 28.53 189 Audrey Crawford W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 226 28.56 12 Sinead Collins SW Finn Valley A.C. 227 29.04 730 Niall Doran SM Termon Tranformation 228 29.04 925 Claire Deazley SW Individual 229 29.05 612 Stephanie O Connell SW Individual 230 29.12 362 Mary Anne Deery W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 231 29.15 943 Denise Harper W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 232 29.15 626 Ciaran Chaney JM Finn Valley A.C. 233 29.20 619 Louise Mailey SW Individual 234 29.28 922 Eva Mc Laughlin JW Individual 235 29.28 956 Delainey Maguire JW Finn Valley A.C. 236 29.34 409 Sophie Kelly SW Individual 237 29.45 432 Mary Byrne SW Finn Valley A.C. 238 29.47 680 Maria Craig SW Individual 239 29.48 380 Carmel Colhoun SW Lifford AC 240 29.48 578 Liz Hegarty SW Individual 241 29.50 674 Brendan Hilley SM Individual 242 29.56 138 Jimmy Gildea M50+ Letterkenny A.C. 243 29.57 819 Mairead Gallen SW Individual 244 30.03 88 Margaret Mc Devitt SW Finn Valley A.C. 245 30.11 687 Ronan Floyd SM Finn Valley A.C. 246 30.18 187 Patricia O Donnell SW Individual 247 30.20 39 Sharon Scanlon W40+ Finn Valley A.C. 248 30.20 40 Andy Scanlon M40+ Finn Valley A.C. 249 30.23 725 Diane Gallagher W40+ Individual 250 30.37 928 William Blair JM Individual 251 30.38 368 Cora Harvey SW Finn Valley A.C. 252 30.44 731 Marjorie Russell SW Termon Tranformation 253 30.53 16 Colleen O Brien SW Finn Valley A.C. 254 30.54 371 Denise Mc Elwaine SW Finn Valley A.C. 255 30.56 787 Bridgeeen Cannon SW Individual 256 31.11 408 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A.C. 257 31.11 918 Roz Nellis SW Individual 258 31.14 682 Karen Peterson W40+ Individual 259 31.14 149 Andrew Peterson M40+ Individual 260 31.15 944 Mary Duddy SW Termon Tranformation 261 31.21 684 Frances Boyle SW Individual 262 31.34 623 Mary Mc Grenra SW Termon Tranformation 263 31.59 951 Edward Crawford JM Individual 264 32.06 696 Deirdre Browne SW Finn Valley A.C. 265 32.32 697 Maria Lafferty SW Individual 266 32.56 913 Anna Mc Elchar SW Individual 267 33.19 908 James Browne M40+ Individual 268 33.44 53 Patricia O’Brien SW Individual 269 33.46 614 Sheila Leeper SW Finn Valley A.C. 270 33.51 763 Dara Gallagher JM Individual 271 34.09 910 Wendy Scanlon SW Individual 272 34.16 452 Niamh Irwin JW Finn Valley A.C. 273 34.20 577 Christian Irwin JM Finn Valley A.C. 274 34.23 451 Brendan Irwin SM Finn Valley A.C. 275 34.24 575 Edward Crawford SM Individual 276 34.24 576 Enya Crawford JW Individual 277 34.50 897 Varlie Mc Elwaine W45+ Individual 278 35.25 372 Muriel Quigley SW Finn Valley A.C. 279 35.25 108 Michelle Marley SW Individual 280 35.30 795 Claire Irwin SW Individual 281 35.33 898 Mary Feeney SW Individual 282 35.54 246 Chloe Porter JW Finn Valley A.C. 283 36.04 248 Violet Wilson SW Individual 284 36.31 377 Ronan Callaghan JM Individual 285 36.31 433 Kieran Callaghan SM Individual 286 37.57 213 Brian Crawford SM Individual 287 37.57 322 Mary Murragh SW Donegal Transformation 288 38.13 921 Mary Gallagher SW Individual 289 38.29 920 Brenda Mc Grath SW Individual 290 38.30 932 Karina O’ Donnell JW Individual 291 38.58 92 Olivia Reid JW Individual 292 39.17 55 Deirdre Coyle SW Finn Valley A.C. 293 39.17 56 Briege Burns SW Individual 294 40.18 875 Jackie Cadger SW Individual 295 40.18 919 Bridgeen Doherty W45+ Finn Valley A.C. 296 40.44 778 Karen Gallen JW Individual 297 41.37 915 Evelyn Quinn SW Individual 298 42.04 825 Violet Russell W50+ Individual 299 44.00 288 Patrick Lynch SM Donegal Transformation 300 44.00 287 Pauline Lynch SW Donegal Transformation 301 44.00 286 Eileen Lynch SW Donegal Transformation 302 44.02 912 Christine Barron SW Individual 303 44.02 911 Geraldine Mc Menamin SW Individual 304 44.07 421 Joan Mc Hugh W40+ Lifford AC 305 45.35 705 Orla Mc Elchar SW Individual 306 45.35 51 Donna Canning SW Individual 307 45.50 926 Patricia O’ Brien W40+ Individual 308 47.33 871 Hannah Mc Elchar JW Individual 309 47.49 250 Agnes Canning SW Individual 310 47.49 926 Patricia O’ Brien W40+ Individual 311 48.10 955 Mary Cadger W40+ Individual 312 48.19 818 Nicole O Brien JW Individual 313 48.25 776 Liz Gallen SW Individual 314 48.30 809 Elizabeth Patton W45+ Individual 315 48.30 891 Maeve Scully SW Individual 316 48.32 804 Liam Mc Menamin M60+ Individual 317 48.32 176 Una Laverty W40+ Individual 318 50.39 876 Maureen Houston W55+ IndividualTotal Runners: 318ATHLETICS: FINN VALLEY AC 5K SERIES – TONIGHT’S RACE 4 RESULTS was last modified: March 31st, 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 share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens 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The Bulldogs’ 23 wins are the program’s most since 2008 and the third most in program history to clinch a share of the league title. The team’s first league title has also brought with it a haul of honors as Nick McGlynn was named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year, Scholar-Athlete of the Year and named to the league’s All-MVC first team, All-Defensive team and Most-Improved team. Brady Ellingson earned second team All-MVC and All-Newcomer team accolades. D.J. Wilkins garnered a spot on the All-Freshman team and Anthony Murphy was named to the All-Bench team. Live Stats Drake won six of its last seven games of the season, with the lone loss coming to Illinois State. Should the Bulldog advance with their first MVC Tournament win since 2013, they will face the winner of the SIU vs. UNI contest. Print Friendly Version The Drake University men’s basketball team begins the next chapter in its historic season Friday when it starts play at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament as the No. 2 seed. The Bulldogs earned the No. 2 seed after earning a share of the MVC regular-season title with a 23-8 overall record and a 12-6 league mark. Video – FSGO Drake will face either No. 7 Illinois State or No. 10 Evansville in its quarterfinal contest at 6 p.m. inside the newly renamed Enterprise Center. The Bulldogs are the No. 2 seed for the first time in program history. Live Audio Video – ESPN+ Story Links Drake Game Notes McGlynn led the Bulldogs all season with 15.6 points per game and 8.5 rebounds per game to lead the league in rebounding. He is coming off a 22-point, 13-rebound performance at Missouri State that helped the Bulldogs clinch the title.
Vipers SC are yet to lose a game this season. (PHOTO/File)Uganda Premier League Vipers SC vs BUL FC St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende Tuesday, 22-10-2019 @4pmKITENDE – BUL FC have been the surprise team of the 2019/20 season.After nine games, Peter Onen’s side sit top of the league with 19 points, two ahead of Vipers SC.With a game in hand, BUL have already won six of their games, losing one and drawing the other.Since losing 3-0 to arch rivals Busoga United on match day three, Onen’s side has not lost any of their last five games and have gone on to win four of those encounters.If they have not impressed you yet, the check out their last two games.They defeated Defending champions KCCA FC 3-0 at home before coming from behind to beat Tooro United 2-1 in Fortportal.On Tuesday afternoon, they take on Vipers SC at the St. Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.It is a game that will put BUL’s title resolve on the at most test as Vipers are one of the sides expected to challenge for top honours week in and out.For Vipers, they are the only unbeaten side in the division and will come into the game hoping to maintain that run.After seven games, they have collected 17 points after winning five and drawing two of these games.Their last three games have all ended in victory as they have beaten Proline, Police and Express FC in that period.The game against BUL will pose serious questions to the unbeaten run.“We expect a very tough game, noted Vipers head coach Edward Golola ahead of the game.“BUL FC are in great shape, a good club with amazing players but we hope to win on Tuesday.“It’s going to be tough but we are ready.”Vipers welcome back Allan Kayiwa who missed the previous match while on national duty away in Ethiopia. Karim Watambara picked a knock in practice and will have to undergo a late fitness test to determine his availability. Siraje Ssentamu is fit and after shaking off an injury that subsequently saw him miss the games against Police and Express FC. Geofrey Wasswa, Ashraf Mugume and Henry Kitegenyi are still waiting for their first appearances this season. Innocent Wafula resumed training with the rest of the team late and remains doubtful. Halid Lwaliwa, Paul Willa, Dan Sserunkuma and Fahad Bayo are also back from national duty having helped Uganda Cranes book a berth at the 2020 Chan Cameroon tournament.Match factsThis will be the 17th meeting between the two sides since November 2011-the first time they met.In the first 16 meetings, Vipers have won 9, BUL 2 with the other five all ending in draws.Vipers have gone six game without defeat against BUL, winning five and drawing the other.Last season, the Venoms defeated BUL home and away including a 1-0 win in the reverse fixture.Vipers are currently on a 10 match unbeaten run in the league, winning 8 and drawing two.At home, the Venoms have not lost any of their last five league games (W4 D1).For BUL, they come into the game unbeaten in their last 5 games (W4 D1).Away from home, they have won three of their last four games whilst drawing the other.The other games on Tuesday @4pm-Maroons FC vs KCCA FC-Kyetume FC vs Proline FCComments Tags: Bul FCedward gololaKCCA FCKyetume FCMaroons FCPeter Onenproline fctopvipers sc