Nominations for the Donegal Sports Star Awards will open on Monday the 24th of October.It is now time for sporting organisations across the county to begin preparing information on significant achievements by individuals and teams in 2016.Remember it’s only successes during 2016 that will be considered. The only exception is school sporting achievements which are judged over the academic year 2015-2016.Nominations for Donegal Sports Star Award to open at end of the month was last modified: October 2nd, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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:boxingDONEGAL SPORTS STAR AWARDGAAHURLINGRunningsoccer
Gaeltacht Láir 5K Fintown 02-06-12 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club 1 17.08 55 Dominic Bonner SM Finn Valley A.C.2 17.21 52 Brian Ferry SM Letterkenny A.C.3 17.54 42 Michael O’Donnell M40+ Individual4 18.09 29 Kieran O’Leary SM Individual 5 18.33 22 Eunan Doherty JM Individual6 18.50 49 Eoin Boyle SM Individual7 18.51 48 Seanie McDevitt SM Individual8 19.07 47 Shaun Paul Byrne M40+ Finn Valley A.C.9 19.34 8 Cathal Ellis SM Individual 10 19.42 6 Kevin Toner M60+ Letterkenny A.C.11 19.48 78 Martin Regan SM Individual12 19.51 38 Paddy Ward M50+ Individual13 19.59 77 Brendan McDyre SM Individual 14 20.02 79 Darragh Gallagher SM Individual15 20.04 45 Patrick McGlynn SM Individual16 20.51 7 Ciaran Brennan JM Individual17 21.01 36 Martin Anderson SM Finn Valley A.C.18 21.21 74 Colin Mooney SM Individual19 21.31 26 Barry McMonagle SM Individual20 21.39 81 Ethan O’Donnell JM Individual21 21.52 59 Declan Brennan M40+ Individual22 22.05 27 Johnny Ward M50+ Tír Chonaill AC23 22.33 69 Denis McGill SM Individual24 22.35 54 Declan McElwaine SM Individual25 22.38 41 James Doherty M50+ Individual26 22.41 44 Kieran Kelly M40+ Finn Valley A.C.27 23.04 39 Gloria Donaghy SW Finn Valley A.C.28 23.25 72 Emily Bonner SW Individual29 23.36 75 Nancy McNamee W40+ Finn Valley A.C.02 June 2012 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club30 23.41 40 Brian Duffy SM Individual31 24.08 10 Marian Kerr SW Letterkenny A.C.32 24.12 83 Ciaran Quinn JM Individual33 24.22 73 Gerard Donerty JM Individual34 24.42 24 Ultan Doherty JM Individual35 24.44 53 Damien O’Maonaigh M40+ Individual36 24.49 15 Trevor Porter SM Individual37 24.57 50 Aaron Gallagher JM Individual38 25.41 5 Fiona Deasley SW Individual39 26.04 58 Donal McElwaine SM Individual40 26.10 53 Damien O’Maonaigh M40+ Individual41 26.10 3 Stacey Blake SW Individual42 26.15 76 Liam McDevitt JM Individual43 26.21 46 Marie McGlynn SW Individual44 26.24 57 Marie McColgan W40+ Individual45 26.27 63 Michael McKeown SM Individual46 26.37 62 Packie Bonner M40+ Individual47 27.07 51 Margaret McGlynn SW Individual48 27.27 2 Fiona Quinn SW Individual49 28.12 21 Padraig Boyle JM Individual50 28.21 80 Leona McGee SW Individual51 28.33 23 Margaret Doherty SW Individual52 29.03 67 Triona Coyle SW Individual53 29.10 60 Breid Marie Solon W40+ Individual54 29.11 61 Dympna Bonner W40+ Individual55 29.17 30 Grainne Duffin SW Individual56 29.39 210 Sophie Kelly SW Individual57 29.53 65 Michelle Greene W40+ Individual58 29.56 207 Charlie McKelvey SM Individual59 30.12 34 AnnMarie Gibbons SW Individual60 30.15 20 Edel Ellis JW Individual61 30.23 66 Sarah Mullis SW Individual62 30.30 43 Diane Byrne SW Individual02 June 2012 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club63 30.36 64 Lorna O’Donnell W40+ Individual64 30.47 37 Carla Delaney SW Individual65 30.48 31 Marie McGill SW Individual66 30.51 9 Linda Kennedy SW Individual67 30.59 82 Owen McGlynn JM Individual68 30.59 56 Phil McGeehan JM Individual69 31.22 68 Colleen NíChathmhaoil SW Individual70 31.30 35 Marie McFadden SW Individual71 32.11 224 Declan Kerr JM Individual72 32.14 208 Grainne McMonagle SW Individual73 32.26 32 Bernie Brennan SW Individual74 32.29 230 Patrick McMonagle SM Individual75 33.18 19 Caitriona Boyle JW Individual76 33.49 70 Maura O’Donnell SW Individual77 33.49 71 Peter McGee M40+ Individual78 33.52 223 Kathleen O’Donnell SW Individual79 34.31 18 Carolyn McMonagle SW Individual80 34.34 219 Roisin Rose SW Individual81 34.54 28 Elisha Doherty JW Individual82 36.31 222 Dolores McMonagle SW Individual83 37.04 226 Zoe Campbell JW Individual84 37.05 225 Nabla Campbell SW Individual85 37.53 17 Lynn Porter SW Individual86 38.48 33 Irene McFadden SW Individual87 39.54 215 Ann McGill SW Individual88 41.21 206 Mary Gallagher SW Individual89 41.21 205 Imelda Gallagher SW Individual90 43.01 211 Patrichia McGeehan SW Individual91 43.21 13 Fiona Gallagher SW Individual92 44.57 209 Brenda McGeehan SW Individual93 45.48 204 Amy Gibbons JW Individual94 45.49 228 Grainne Quinn JW Individual95 45.49 227 Rebecca Wright JW Individual02 June 2012 Place Time No. FirstName Surname Category Club96 46.08 201 Rose Molloy SW Individual97 46.08 200 Shauna Molloy SW Individual98 46.37 214 Ann Brennan SW Individual99 47.12 11 Ann Quinn SW Individual100 47.12 12 Una Brennan SW Individual101 47.33 16 Grainne Porter SW Individual102 47.52 202 Siobhan McDaid JW Individual103 47.52 203 Edwina Rodgers JW Individual104 48.08 217 Conor McKeown JM Individual105 48.58 221 Pascal McGeehan SM Individual106 49.51 212 Jennifer O’Brien SW Individual107 49.51 216 Vicky Bonner JW Individual108 50.09 220 Catherine Deasley SW Individual109 50.09 218 Denise Rose SW Individual110 50.49 213 Claire McElwee W50+ Individual111 51.17 229 Kathleen Quinn JW Individual112 51.17 231 Mary Kells SW Individual113 54.44 232 Aoife NiBhoill SW Individual114 54.44 233 Evelyn Coll SW IndividualTotal Runners: 114ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE GAELTACHT LÁIR (FINTOWN) 5K was last modified: June 2nd, 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 in new window)Tags:ALL THE RESULTS FROM THE GAELTACHT LÁIR (FINTOWN) 5K
“Based on these facts, the data in the 2005 Science paper cannot be some error from a simple mistake, but cannot be but seen as a deliberate fabrication to make it look like 11 stem-cell lines using results from just two,” the panel said. “There is no way but that Professor Hwang has been involved,” the university’s dean of research affairs, Roe Jung-hye, told a news conference. He said Hwang “somewhat admits to this.” However, Hwang maintained today that he had still created the technology to create patient-matched stem cells as he had claimed in the May article in Science. The investigating panel said DNA tests expected to be completed within a few days would confirm if the remaining two stem-cell lines it had found were actually successfully cloned from a patient. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SEOUL, South Korea – South Korean researcher Hwang Woo-suk resigned today from his position as a university professor after his school said he had damaged the scientific community by fabricating the results of at least nine of 11 stem-cell lines he claimed to have created. “I sincerely apologize to the people for creating a shock and disappointment,” Hwang told reporters as he was leaving his office at the university. “As a symbol of apology, I step down as professor of Seoul National University.” Earlier today, a university panel of investigators said Hwang’s fabrication was a deliberate deception that has undermined the credibility of science. The university’s announcement of results so far in its investigation into Hwang’s work were the first confirmation of allegations that have cast a shadow over all of his purported breakthroughs in cloning and stem-cell technology. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORERose Parade grand marshal Rita Moreno talks New Year’s Day outfit and ‘West Side Story’ remake “This kind of error is a grave act that damages the foundation of science,” the panel said. The South Korean government, which has strongly supported Hwang and had designated him the country’s first “top scientist,” said today it was “miserable” over the investigation’s findings. In a May paper published in the journal Science, Hwang claimed to have created 11 stem-cell lines matched to patients in an achievement that raised hopes of creating tailored therapies for hard-to-treat diseases. But one of his former collaborators last week said nine of the 11 cell lines were faked, prompting reviews by the journal and an expert panel at Seoul National University, where Hwang works as a professor. The panel said today that it found that “the laboratory data for 11 stem cell lines that were reported in the 2005 paper were all data made using two stem cell lines in total.” To create fake DNA results purporting to show a match, Hwang’s team split cells from one patient into two test tubes for the analysis – rather than actually match cloned cells to a patient’s original cells, the university said.
Last year at the ITA All-American Championship, Gillespie advanced to the second round of the qualifying draw after his 6-3, 6-2 first round win over North Florida’s Jefta Kecic. DES MOINES, Iowa – Drake men’s tennis Vinny Gillespie will represent the Bulldogs in the main draw of the Saint Francis Health System ITA Men’s All-American Championship on Thursday through Monday in Tulsa, Okla. ITA Men’s All-American Championships Draws The Bulldogs will use the next two weeks to prepare for the ITA Central Regional Championships on Oct. 19-22 in Minneapolis, Minn. Story Links Gillespie, who is ranked 52nd in the ITA Preseason Singles Ranking, is coming off a strong performance at the Oracle ITA Masters event a week and a half ago. He advanced to the second-round in singles and to the quarterfinal in the mixed doubles draw. Print Friendly Version
Arcata >> With all the talent on the Arcata High School girls basketball team it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. Case in point: Tigers junior forward Kaylin Campbell, a solid starter that doesn’t put up the same eye-popping offensive numbers as some of her teammates. After Wednesday’s performance, nobody will overlook her again.Campbell hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points in leading the Tigers to a 62-40 victory over the Del Norte Warriors on Wednesday, earning Arcata an impressive …