“I don’t think it will end 0-0, but we will receive the kind of support in our stadium tomorrow the likes of which we haven’t seen in a long time,” said Kovac with a sellout crowd of around 70,000 expected.“We have shown lots of spirit and creativity in the Bundesliga going forward,” he added, as Bayern have won their last three league games, with a goal ratio of 12-1, since the first leg.“I’m in the mood to see us play even more effectively at home with the tailwind of our fans.”However, Kovac warned that if his defence “take their eyes off” Liverpool’s fleet-footed forwards Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane or Mo Salah, “then it’s already too late”.Bayern are bidding to reach the quarter-finals for the eighth year in a row and Kovac has backed his experienced team against a Liverpool side bidding for their first Premier League title in 29 years.“Of course, we have to push forward – that’s important – but Liverpool are one of the best counter-attacking teams and we’ll have to draw a fine line,” said Kovac.“The closer we get to the end of the season, the stronger mentally our players will become.“That gives us some reassurance against Liverpool, but we have to find a balance.“We must be able to score a goal, even at the end of 90 minutes.”Kovac expects “form on the day” to decide the result and said he had not put Bayern through additional penalty shoot-out practice as “you can either do it or you can’t” when the pressure is on.Both winger Kingsley Coman and left-back David Alaba should be fit to return after injury, although Kovac is without the suspended Thomas Mueller.Neuer, the captain of Bayern and Germany, is also expecting a gala European night at the Allianz Arena.Manuel Neuer says it his high time Bayern took the scalp of a big European name at the Allianz Arena © AFP / Christof STACHEHaving lost at home to Real Madrid in the knock-out stages in each of the last two seasons, Neuer says it is high time Bayern beat a big European club at home.“Tomorrow is a final for us, anything can happen when two top teams meet each other,” said the 32-year-old goalkeeper.“The Allianz Arena will be on fire and it is time for us to once again beat a team of this calibre at home.”Liverpool striker Mo Salah has only scored once in his last eight games, but Neuer scoffed when asked if the Egyptian’s dip in form could help Bayern’s cause.“Liverpool will attack us as a unit and it doesn’t matter if Salah has only scored one goal in eight games,” said Neuer.“We have already seen what Liverpool can do, it’s also important that we also have the right players to safeguard from corners and free-kicks.“It’s important to cover the space at the back, always have the numbers to defend counter-attacks, but of course we want to take the lead.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Bayern Munich head coach Niko Kovac wants to make home advantage count against Liverpool at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. © AFP / Christof STACHEMUNICH, Germany, Mar 12 – Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac and veteran ‘keeper Manuel Neuer expect to make home advantage count in their Champions League last 16 return leg on Wednesday to bring down Liverpool at a packed Allianz Arena.After a goalless first leg draw at Anfield three weeks ago, Kovac expects both sides to go in search of goals and the Bayern coach rates Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool as one of the world’s best counter-attacking sides.
December 30, 2019
5 3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) – Dortmund chiefs will no doubt be preparing themselves for a number of offers for their prized asset in the summer. Reports suggest that the Bundesliga outfit will demand in excess of £60m for the forwards signature and United could be prepared to meet their financial demands. The Gabon international has stunned Europe this season, scoring 21 goals in Germanys top flight already, and is set to be on the wish list of a whole host of European giants. The Red Devils wont go uncontested in their pursuit, which could make pulling this deal off all the more important for their reputation. 5 4. John Stones (Everton) – The young defender is perhaps the most in-demand player from Roy Hodgsons senior Three Lions squad, having attracted interest from Chelsea, Manchester City, United and Real Madrid over the past season and a half. There are still question marks over the England internationals progression, but at 21-years-old, this is to be expected. In signing Stones, not only would a long-term acquisition have been acquired, but major bragging rights would be earned. Its anticipated that he will leave Goodison Park in the near future, and whoever wins the battle for his signature will have brushed aside some of Europes elite to do so. 2. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – Anthony Martial is the long-term prospect up top and Wayne Rooney still looks to have a few seasons left in his tank but United need more in attack. They need a player that worries defenders before the referee has even blown for kick off, as Robin van Persie did in his three years at the club. Along with Luis Suarez, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sergio Aguero, Lewandowski is arguably the most feared centre forward at present. Only Ibrahimovic, Gonzalo Higuain and Suarez have registered more than his 22 league goals. Martial and Rooney, Uniteds joint top-scorers, havent even reached double figures with both scoring seven so far this season. 5 1. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) – take a look at four other players that could bring the fear factor back to United, just click the arrow above – This is the signing that the Old Trafford faithful want Ed Woodward to pull off and its one that really could happen, if the clubs chiefs are willing to spend big. The recent signings of Angel Di Maria and Memphis Depay have proven that no matter how talented a player seems for his current club, bringing his performances to the Premier League is no easy task, with the former giving up after one season and the latter similarly struggling to adapt. The no. 7 shirt is becoming difficult to fill, but Bale could be just the man needed to take over the famous jersey. Its time for Ryan Giggs to step up and help make this deal a reality. 5 Manchester United’s fear factor has been getting weaker and weaker since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in the summer of 2013.At present, Louis van Gaal, not his squad, is being held almost entirely responsible for their recent poor form.Various reports claim that the Dutchman is set to be replaced by Jose Mourinho, with the latter having reached a ‘gentlemen’s agreement’ to take over at the Theatre of Dreams in the summer.READ THE LATEST ON JOSE MOURINHO TO OLD TRAFFORD HEREBut, will a change in manager alone inject the fear United have so missed over the past two and a half seasons?The likelihood is that it will not, leaving much work to be done in the market. So, with this in mind, take a look at five players the Red Devils could sign to worry their rivals by clicking the arrow above, right. 5 5. Blaise Matuidi (Paris Saint-Germain) – On paper, Michael Carrick, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Daley Blind and Morgan Schneiderlin should be one of the strongest midfields in the Premier League. To an extent, they have been. Only Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have conceded less than Uniteds 24 goals against this season, but this, as has been well documented, is not the problem. The concern is that Van Gaals options are, to put it bluntly, boring. United have become painfully predictable, but a France combination of Schneiderlin and Matuidi, who has three goals and seven assists this season as well as being PSGs fifth top tackler, could bring some much needed balance and excitement to their starting line up.
December 30, 2019
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The Los Angeles City Council on Friday rejected a proposed $16 million settlement in a case involving four police officers who were key figures in the Rampart Division scandal. After a closed-door meeting, the council voted 10-0 to reject the settlement in cases brought against the city by Officer Paul Harper, suspended Sgt. Edward Ortiz, former Sgt. Brian Liddy and former Officer Michael Buchanan. “We were told we stand a good chance of winning at trial,” said Councilman Ed Reyes, whose district is in the Rampart Division. “We had to balance out the costs here with the prospects of winning. The council decided to let the legal process continue.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Liddy, Ortiz and Buchanan had been found guilty of conspiring to frame two gang members but the verdicts were overturned. Liddy, Ortiz and Harper also were acquitted on a set of other charges related to the arrest of a gang member. The Rampart Division scandal centered on allegations that members of an anti-gang unit framed gang members to arrest them. The scandal resulted in a series of reforms at the Los Angeles Police Department and was one of the main reasons a consent decree was instituted to oversee the LAPD’s use of force and disciplinary system. More than 250 claims had been filed against the city over the issue, with payouts in the $70 million range.
December 28, 2019
Children have it tough this Christmas. Not only is Santa deciding who is naughty or nice but he also has his creepy little helper, Elf on the Shelf, keeping an eye on them.This little fella will set you back €34.99 but that doesn’t include any therapy your little ones may need as adults after enduring this festive freak throughout their childhood.The Elf on the Shelf isn’t some quaint tradition of Christmases past rather it’s a well executed marketing ploy which had annual revenue topping $16-million in 2011. As one of the creators, Christa Pitts, said: “If we were going to be successful, we had to get people to embrace the brand.”What is Elf on the Shelf?Launched in America in 2005, the soft toy elf is packaged in a keepsake box alongside an accompanying storybook. This scout elf flies to the North Pole every night to tell Santa whether your children have been naughty or nice.He also likes to play hide-and-seek in different places in the house and children are told not to touch the elf as he will lose his magic. Slick, very slick. Ireland’s First Official Elf On The Shelf Adoption Centre opened in October and more than 20 Irish retailers are selling the product.It would be less tortuous to install CCTV in your home. At least your children wouldn’t have a Chucky-esque doll staring at them during the happy holidays.Worse than Elf are the parents who convince themselves (and us) that their children have abandoned their naughty ways because this little sprite sitting on the Mantlepiece is watching them.No more tantrums, refused dinners, sibling squabbles or Elf will report back to Santa and you can forget about that Elsa or Spider-Man costume.This is ‘Stepford Wife syndrome’ for children. Let’s not forget the endless Facebook feeds about Elf’s latest shenanigans. Make It Stop!Who makes time to move Elf around the house or make an Elf breakfast? It’s not fairy dust that does housework but a parent.If we’ve bought into the Santa story why can’t we buy into Elf on the Shelf? Simple, Elf’s a bully and has a killer stare.He also has a sideline of making a fortune for his creators who’ve played over-stretched parents like a fiddle. Brenda O’NeillIS ‘ELF ON THE SHELF’ NAUGHTY OR NICE? was last modified: December 4th, 2014 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:CHristmasdonegalelf on the shelfMarketingPARENTSprofitssinister
December 28, 2019
VacationRusty Griswold takes his own family on a road trip to “Walley World” in order to spice things up with his wife and reconnect with his sons.Released 21st Aug: Certificate 15A: Run Time 99mins Sinister 2A young mother and her twin sons move into a rural house that’s marked for death. Released 21st Aug: Certificate Strictly 16: Run Time 97minsThe Bad Education MovieMr Wickers and his class go on one final school trip after they finish their GCSEs.Released 21st Aug: Certificate 15A: Run Time 90minsAugust 22nd – Family Fun DayMystery Film 11.30amLive broadcast with Highland Radio 12noon – 2pm Barrontop Fun Farm 1pm-2.30pmSpecial Guests 1pm – 2pmBBQ 12.30pm-3.30pmEclipse Classics – 24th Aug: Dirty Dancing (1987) ECLIPSE CINEMAS BRINGING BACK THE 80’S WITH DIRTY DANCING BACK ON SCREEN was last modified: August 19th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:EntertainmentFeatures
December 27, 2019
IT was another brilliantly organised North West 10k in Letterkenny today as more than 3,000 people took part – all raising funds for charity.All the results are below: Northwest 10KOverallMay 06, 2012Results By Multisports.iePlaceNameTime1Joe McAlistar30:56.72Patrick Brennan33:02.23Chris Johnson33:16.74Keith Shiels33:22.75Pauric McKinney33:31.76James Speight33:43.87Michael Black33:51.58Pius McIntyre33:55.99James Browne33:56.910Chris McGuinness34:19.711Gary Crossan34:38.412Brian Crossan34:44.013Gavin Crawford34:56.014Ivan Toner35:07.915Sean McShane35:19.116Neil Gibbons35:32.317Gerard McGranaghan35:37.518Garvan Walker35:43.519Aidan Callaghan35:49.420Patrick Hegarty35:54.621Seanie McDevitt36:20.622Paul Doherty36:23.923Humphrey Murphy36:24.424Joe English36:24.525Jude O’Donnell36:26.726Kieran Crawford36:27.927Noel Diver36:28.428Declan Doherty36:32.829Brian Ferry36:35.130Teresa McGloin36:38.431Sammy McAnaney36:40.832Ciaran Toner36:41.233John Daly36:41.734Dara McNulty36:41.935Michael Logue36:42.836Marcus McClintock36:44.237Fionnualla Diver36:52.838Kevin Mc Gee36:56.739Patrick Matthew37:04.340Martin Gormley37:09.141Declan Donaghey37:17.442Keith Downey37:23.143Christian McGinley37:24.744Dwain Robb37:27.045Ryan Porter37:38.346Martin Irwin37:49.547Hugh Duffy37:58.548Paul Gallagher38:06.049John McFadden38:13.450Matthew McDownall38:16.051Malcolm McGee38:19.052Paul Gamble38:20.353Carl Partis38:26.854Michael Duffy38:28.455Padraig Friel38:32.156Kelly Ann Speight38:39.657Colin McNulty38:44.258Donough McBrearty39:02.659Michael Gallagher39:05.760Brian McBride39:07.861Frankie McGinley39:08.162Seimi Ferry39:10.763Richard McCarthy39:11.164Hugh Coll39:13.365Joe Gallagher39:14.566Gareth McLaughlin39:15.167Gavin Ward39:16.568Peter Kardos39:17.769Unknown Partic. 54039:21.170Damien McGroary39:25.971Marina Campbell39:27.772Annraoi Cheevers39:30.473Gerard Doherty39:33.274Noell Gallagher39:34.775Sean McDaid39:35.176Shane Doherty39:37.177John Conlon39:37.978Ben George39:42.579Raymond Birch39:44.180Eoin Watters39:46.281Jason King39:46.682Raymond Doherty39:46.783Dessie McShane39:53.884Rory Timoney39:54.085Joe Kennedy39:56.486Nick Fowell39:56.987Margaret Kelly39:58.588Joe Hegarty39:59.789Frankie Lavelle40:01.990Michael Reilly40:08.491Gareth Kerrigan40:09.692Enda Joyce40:09.893Adrian Toye40:09.994Ronan Whoriskey40:11.795Patricia Gallagher40:15.896Hugo Dally40:20.097Unknown Partic. 57540:22.498Gregg Campbell40:26.499Lee Gildea40:27.8100Michael Devenney40:28.2101Kieran McMonagle40:30.8102Billy Orr40:32.3103Kieran Coyle40:33.8104Gary Boyle40:42.0105Angela Speight40:44.6106Kevin Toner40:46.1107Brendan Irwin40:46.8108Darren Wallace40:47.1109Benny Mc Daid40:48.1110Joe Gibbons40:55.0111Adrian O’Donnell41:06.2112Sean Crossan41:06.7113Tommy McBride41:10.0114Michael Kelly41:10.0115Rory Thompson41:13.7116Eamon O’Donnell41:22.2117Danny Ryan41:24.5118Paul McGorry41:26.3119Daniel Lee41:27.3120Duane Long41:28.4121David Mooney41:29.1122Tim Flanagan41:31.3123Lee Boyd41:31.6124Matthew Moloney41:32.3125Raymond Mc Ginley41:34.8126Kevin Wallace41:37.7127Seamus Sweeney41:38.3128Joe Carlan41:40.5129Anthony Sweeney41:40.6130Catherine Brogan41:42.0131Darragh McGettigan41:44.0132Garvin McCloskey41:44.9133Bernard McGlinchey41:46.8134Eamon Patton41:50.8135John Fox41:52.8136Gerard Mullen41:55.0137Donal Clancy41:56.7138Marie Boyle41:58.1139Colm Bannan42:02.8140Hugh Gallagher42:04.8141Michael Burke42:06.0142Edward Harkin42:07.1143Mark Gallagher42:08.1144Noleen Porter42:13.9145Shaun Crossan42:15.2146Terence Boyle42:16.1147John A McMullen42:17.1148Stephen Gibson42:18.0149Paul McMonagle42:18.7150Manus McHugh42:19.6151Anthony McDaid42:20.6152Liam Kelly42:22.4153Boyd Robinson42:23.4154Seamus Curran42:23.6155Alan O’Mahony42:25.0156Terry Mc Cauley42:26.6157Richard Raymond42:32.1158Unknown Partic. 75142:33.2159Paul Dillion42:34.9160Darren Beecroft42:35.4161Seamus Morrisan42:37.4162Charles Gamble42:37.4163Hugh Ferry42:38.0164Noel Lynch42:38.0165Michael McGinty42:41.3166Eugenee Mc Gettigan42:44.9167Mark Cassidy42:46.6168Gabrial McCrossan42:47.6169C Gallagher42:51.6170Paul McGroary42:54.6171Glen Coyle42:55.7172Michael McNulty42:57.7173Karl Bonner42:58.3174Paul Friel42:59.1175Ronan Gildea43:01.4176Kane Ryan43:02.6177Michael O’Fearraigh43:02.8178Unknown Partic. 57843:02.9179Ciaran Bovaird43:04.2180Andy Scanlon43:05.2181Michael Harkin43:05.5182Sharon Meehan43:07.3183James Bradshaw43:11.6184Ian Mc Quaid43:13.6185Paul Cosgrove43:13.8186Dermot McGranaghan43:15.0187Conor McGonagle43:15.0188Terence Gallagher43:17.2189Paul Mc Daid43:20.5190John Ward43:21.2191Charlie Sweeney43:22.2192Nuala O’Hagan43:23.0193Emer Magee43:24.1194Brian Doherty43:26.1195Mark Nee43:26.2196Seamus Doherty43:28.9197Joanne Doran43:30.2198Miriam Bonner43:31.9199David Chaney43:32.9200Gerard Mc Elhinney43:37.3201Adrian McAlary43:37.8202Phil Boyle43:41.2203Patrick K. Carr43:42.1204Stephen Moyles43:42.3205Cliodhna Dunne43:42.4206Martin Anderson43:42.5207Chris Taylor43:44.1208Roy Hunter43:47.6209Keith Ferry43:48.3210Adrian Dill43:53.5211Shane Keaveney43:54.5212Kevin Loughrey43:58.3213Liam McLaughlin44:00.1214Gavin Toner44:03.9215Damien McGroary44:04.3216Deane Barron44:07.1217Sam Oliver44:08.1218David Gordan44:09.9219Helen Kennedy44:10.6220Pauric Mitchell44:11.0221Terry McDevitt44:11.0222Gerald Devine44:13.0223Basil Malone44:13.2224Paul Mc Gettigan44:13.6225Charmaine O’Brien44:13.6226Paul Coyle44:14.2227Manus Peoples44:14.9228Mark Quinn44:16.9229Michael McHugh44:17.3230Brendan Boyce44:17.7231Sylvester Hiemstra44:21.5232James Gibbons44:22.1233Mark Canning44:22.7234Patrick McNamee44:23.0235Luke Daly44:23.2236David O’Carroll44:34.9237Gavin Meenan44:36.3238Seamus Ferry44:40.7239Brendan Patton44:41.6240Hugh O’Donnell44:43.8241Paddy Gallagher44:45.2242Michael O’Hara44:46.9243Joseph Casey44:49.7244Mark Gibson44:51.1245Pauric Keenagh44:51.5246P.j. Friel44:52.6247Noreen Bonner44:55.4248Michael McMenamin44:55.7249Sinead Peoples45:00.2250Davin Doherty45:00.3251Seamus Nallen45:01.4252Con McGever45:03.6253Daniel Gillespie45:06.0254Declan Moore45:07.2255Lester Dobson45:07.5256Seamus McHugh45:07.6257Sean Bonner45:07.8258Brendan Meenan45:07.9259Cathal Harvey45:09.4260Bill Vaughan45:09.5261Hazel Scorer45:10.5262James Carlin45:11.8263Karl Sweeney45:13.6264Deirdre Diver45:13.7265John Odoherty45:14.1266Conor Harnatt45:15.9267Paul Mc Eldowney45:16.8268Kieran McLaughlin45:21.7269Ciaran McHugh45:24.8270Steven Perry45:25.1271Brian McDevitt45:29.3272Michael Mc Namee45:29.8273Alan Catterson45:30.2274Michael Madden45:31.5275Ciaran McGlynn45:32.6276Colm Ferriter45:33.0277Mark McCafferty45:33.2278Kevin Kelly45:36.8279Tony Gallagher45:39.4280Andrew Bradley45:39.4281Helen McCready45:41.9282James Maguire45:43.5283Ronan Curran45:47.4284Terry McFadden45:48.3285Eamon McCready45:49.1286Seamus McDaid45:50.5287Lucy Backus45:52.0288Damien Daly45:53.2289Henry McKinney45:54.4290Darren Ferry45:55.8291Colm Buckley45:56.8292Michael Duffy46:00.7293Aisling Diver46:01.4294Joe Friel46:01.8295Joe McGlynn46:05.3296Mark O’Kane46:05.9297Eunan McBride46:08.1298Ronan McElwaine46:09.5299William Boyd46:19.2300Johnny Watson46:22.0301Paul McGee46:22.4302Oisin Skinnader46:23.5303James Doherty46:27.5304Shane Neary46:28.4305Mark Mc Daid46:31.4306Brendan Goyvaerts46:33.0307Maria Teresa Speight46:33.9308Dessie Gibson46:35.4309Seamus Mc Gowan46:35.4310John Kennedy46:38.3311John McGill46:38.6312Michael Shiels46:39.4313Ita McCambridge46:42.7314Catherine McKinney46:47.6315Jim Farrell46:50.5316Jane McGinley46:53.5317Gerard Crawford46:55.6318Martin O’Donnell46:56.9319Joseph Boyce46:58.4320James Kearns47:02.9321Michael Tunney47:04.2322Shane McLaughlin47:04.9323Kevin Harkin47:06.4324Dudie Gallen47:06.7325Marty Bones47:07.5326Gavin Harris47:08.2327Brendan McElhinney47:09.3328Michael Roulstone47:11.2329Paul Lee47:12.1330Anne McGettigan47:12.6331Thomasz Michalkiewicz47:14.6332Ryan Dorrian47:16.0333Paddy Hannigan47:18.0334Karol Crossan47:21.7335Viona Coyle47:25.0336Anthony Harkin47:25.3337Johnny Lynch47:28.1338Margaret Shiels47:28.5339Glen Barron47:29.8340James Obrien47:31.4341Peter McKinney47:34.0342Daniel McCarron47:38.9343Mathew Curley47:39.1344Philip Nicholson47:39.3345Clare Masterson47:40.0346Fiona Campbell47:42.1347Martin McCole47:45.1348Barry Irwin47:46.1349Sean McGinley47:47.2350Cornelius McMullen47:47.8351Kieran Mc Glynn47:50.1352Paddy Gallagher47:53.0353Gary Marshall47:53.6354Anthony Toye47:54.3355Terence Sheey47:55.0356Kenneth Johnston47:55.2357P J Mc Menamin47:55.5358Declan Brennan47:56.8359Eugene Deehan47:56.9360Diedre McNulty47:57.8361Ann Donoghue47:58.2362Susie Roarty48:00.9363Francis Diver48:01.1364Paul Crampsie48:01.4365Aaron Doherty48:02.3366Sean Barron48:02.7367Clare Mullin48:03.9368Cathal Roarty48:04.5369Sam Bogan48:05.2370Margaret Reid48:05.2371Aidan Mc Gonigle48:07.4372Jonathon Scanlon48:08.2373Sharon Black48:09.8374Philip Robinson48:09.9375Oran McLaughlin48:10.8376Kevin Gallagher48:10.9377Michael Bradley48:12.4378Noel McGarvey48:12.9379Conal Gallagher48:14.5380Carolyn Villamajna48:17.0381Steven Stewart48:18.5382Bernie Cunningham48:18.8383Conor Pearson48:20.6384Unknown Partic. 58448:22.7385Kelvin Brownbomah48:23.1386Kevin Greenan48:23.2387Ronan Bonner48:30.2388Marie Gallagher48:30.3389Padraic O’ Boyce48:30.8390Colin Boyle48:34.0391Raymond McBride48:35.1392Martin Donnelly48:35.9393Kevin O’Connor48:37.1394Martin Cafferkey48:37.2395Pauline Gallagher48:39.1396Grace Friel48:39.9397Gary Dowds48:42.9398Declan McElwaine48:43.8399Sharon Thompson48:45.9400Marcus Stewart48:48.0401Paul Skinnader48:48.6402Garvan Patterson48:50.8403Conor McGarry48:57.0404Sean Sweeney48:58.0405Kieran McCarron48:58.1406Dermot Gallagher48:59.6407Aidan Cannon49:06.6408Brendan Peoples49:06.9409Damian Brennan49:10.8410Darragh Doogan49:11.5411Catherine Hughes49:12.5412Paul Collum49:13.2413John Ferry49:14.9414Thomas McConnnelouge49:15.3415Michael Gallagher49:16.1416Amanda McNulty49:18.2417Sabrina McDaid49:18.5418Cathal McGinley49:19.2419Drewry Pearson49:19.9420Derek Brennan49:21.4421Gerard Doherty49:23.4422Gavin Dunne49:24.6423Damian Callaghan49:26.1424Samatha Wilkinson49:26.2425Bernadette Mc Neely49:27.3426Lisa Dalton49:27.4427Alison McMonagle49:27.4428Seamus Harkin49:41.9429Eamon McCahill49:42.8430Anna Crystal49:42.9431Louise Fullam49:43.6432Russell Love49:44.2433Adrian McGarvey49:45.4434Rudi Feenstra49:45.8435Gaynor Hardley49:48.3436David Diver49:49.8437Unknown Partic. 75349:52.3438Declan McGill49:52.5439Barry Kerr49:52.8440Eric Pierce49:54.9441Denise Muldoon49:55.0442Patrick McDermott49:55.4443Carmel Egan49:55.7444Michael Mc Gowan49:59.7445Anthony Anderson50:01.7446Karl Duggan50:01.8447Claire Gribbon50:05.5448Audrey Parke50:05.9449Ruth Doherty50:09.9450Johnny Gallagher50:11.8451Jonathon Doherty50:12.8452Greame Love50:14.8453Gavin Gallagher50:14.9454Patrick Oneill50:15.3455David Oliver50:16.5456Ollie Harvey50:17.9457Patricia Wilson50:18.1458Deaglan McBride50:21.4459Diarmuid Doherty50:27.6460Paddy McTeague50:28.8461Debbie Houston50:29.1462Gary Cunningham50:32.5463Sean Toner50:34.3464Joe O’Brien50:34.3465John Smith50:34.5466Eddie McFadden50:35.1467Nat Doherty50:36.8468Denis Mc Gill50:39.7469Marian Kerr50:41.7470Laura Moore50:44.9471Madge Whoriskey50:45.9472Liam Ward50:48.9473Aisling McGowan50:49.3474Paula Marley50:50.7475Tony Bonar50:51.2476Lynn Crawford50:54.2477Mary Ross50:56.9478Darren Lynch50:56.9479Aoife McElwaine50:57.4480Ian Mahon50:57.4481Anne Harkin51:00.7482Seamus McGonagle51:02.2483Jonathan Stewart51:02.3484Martin O’Donnell51:04.5485Orla Doogan51:05.9486Roisin Boyce51:06.4487Seamie Harkin51:10.5488Kevin Hennessy51:10.6489Armondo Camacho51:14.1490Richard Spratt51:17.5491Angela Trimble51:17.5492Imelda Gallagher51:17.7493Goretti Marley51:18.7494Frances Gallagher51:19.2495Lorna McLaughlin51:19.8496Mary Gallagher51:19.8497Aodán O’Cearbhaill51:21.9498Bernard McGeehan51:22.0499Anne Cannon51:23.4500Irene McMonagle51:24.2501Margaret Hannon51:24.6502Linda Jackson51:27.5503Aisling Kelly51:27.9504Sharon Hamilton51:29.0505Tony McGettigan51:29.1506Tara Jacob51:32.5507Patricia McKenna51:32.7508Paul Greene51:34.8509Darren Carr51:41.4510Kieran Diver51:42.2511Claire Doherty51:43.1512Eamon O’Boyle51:44.9513Brian Duffy51:47.9514Kathleen Boyle51:48.2515Nuala Diver51:48.3516Brendan Canning51:48.4517Niall Gildea51:49.7518Don Smith51:51.5519Cait Doherty51:54.2520Liam Grant51:56.6521James Clay52:00.7522Dympna Barrett52:09.2523Joe Boyce52:10.2524Declan McCabe52:10.4525Mary Kelly52:10.9526Declan Devlin52:11.2527Suzanne McCloskey52:11.6528Elise Gillespie52:12.3529Martin Sweeney52:14.7530Oghan O’Colla52:15.7531Johnathon Jacob52:18.2532Neil Hirrel52:18.8533Alan Alcorn52:19.1534John Crawford52:20.0535Margaret O’Donnell52:21.6536Deirdre Giles52:23.2537Mary McHale52:24.1538Ciara Mc Aree52:28.3539Barry Thornton52:28.3540Graham Sterritt52:29.9541Peter McGonagle52:30.0542Kieran Kelly52:30.9543Ronan Kelly52:31.8544Donal Bonner52:32.3545Joe Gallen52:32.6546Anne Robinson52:32.6547Deirdre Rodden52:33.9548Sandra Ellison52:37.4549John Feallty52:37.4550Mark Mc Nulty52:37.7551Karol Harvey52:38.0552Bridget Gallagher52:43.9553Sarah Patton52:44.1554Fionnuala Gill52:44.3555Marie McKeague52:45.2556Sonia Moore52:47.3557Eimear McClafferty52:47.3558Darren Price52:48.8559Simon Waugh52:52.4560Fintan Coyle52:54.6561Thomas Doherty52:55.0562Orla Nallen52:56.0563Ryan Diver52:59.4564Enda McLaughlin53:00.0565Caroline McNulty53:01.3566Barry Cox53:06.2567Damian Robinson53:10.2568Andrea O’Carroll53:11.4569Mark Harkin53:11.4570Stephen Kelly53:11.7571Luke Kelly53:12.9572Daniel Boyle53:13.9573Michelle Delaney53:15.4574Ursula Lynch53:16.2575Matthew Geever53:16.9576Jimmy Gildea53:21.3577Stephen Lynch53:21.5578Unknown Partic. 56953:21.9579Stacey Blake53:22.9580Cathy Harvey53:23.9581Michael Kerr53:27.0582Kathleen Kelly53:27.6583Marie Kerr53:27.7584Marie O’Donnell53:30.2585Terry McEniff53:32.3586Maria Mulligan53:33.8587Patrick Gallagher53:35.1588Margaretta O’Donnell53:36.7589Christine Feely53:42.4590Zara Herron53:47.2591Sharon Speer53:51.1592Sean Odonnell53:54.2593Gilbert Castillo54:01.5594Michaela Gillespie54:01.7595Enda Carr54:02.5596Gary Duffy54:03.4597Duncan Smith54:04.5598Eugene McGinley54:05.7599Patrick Patton54:06.7600Unknown Partic. 57254:06.8601Kathryn Russell54:07.6602Liam Brennan54:09.5603Seamus Temple54:15.7604Evelyn Boyle54:17.1605Orla McCambridge54:18.2606Arlene Devenney54:18.3607Aimee Doherty54:19.1608Anna Spratt54:19.3609Leah McNelis54:20.0610Annmarie Dalton54:20.7611Steven Deane54:21.4612Fiona Wasson54:21.7613Mary Higgins54:26.4614Patricia Nulty54:27.8615Paddy Brennan54:30.8616Trevor Porter54:30.9617Tom Dillon54:31.1618John Curran54:31.5619Ulesley McKane54:32.8620Catriona Gilligan54:35.3621Kathleen Gallen54:37.4622Naoise Enright54:39.9623Raymond Quinn54:43.8624James Browne54:44.7625Michael Duffy54:46.8626Ita Mc Gettigan54:47.5627Daniel Canning54:49.7628Dermott McGoohan54:49.9629Mary Carlin54:52.9630Oisin Kelly54:53.4631Sinead Giles54:53.8632John Hall54:54.6633Eamonn Mc Daid54:57.6634Elaine Gallagher54:59.8635Terry McGettigan55:01.7636Brenda McElhinney55:02.6637Robert Cameron55:02.9638Josie Flanagan55:03.3639Rosemary McGee55:04.0640Michael Carroll55:07.7641Jackie McHugh55:08.8642Eddie McGrath55:08.9643Conor McGoohan55:12.4644Caroline McAteer55:20.7645Shauna Walsh55:20.9646Aoife McGranaghan55:21.0647Camilla McGraham55:22.1648Dessie Mc Laughlin55:22.1649Brendan McColgan55:29.7650Chris Allison55:30.9651Conay Doherty55:31.5652Jenny Shiels55:33.2653John McFeely55:38.2654Joanne Karney55:38.9655Bernie McGuire55:41.7656Laura Peoples55:42.5657Eilis McClay55:42.8658Veronica Long55:44.7659Declan Breslin55:45.1660Alana Gallagher55:47.0661Breege McGinty55:49.4662Patricia Houston55:55.5663Sinead Trearty55:56.0664Michael Lynch55:57.6665Nicola Maguire55:58.5666Lisa Bodkin56:01.1667Johnathon Anderson56:01.6668Joesph Doherty56:02.3669David McCann56:03.3670Joe McDaid56:04.7671Paul Carlin56:04.7672Shaun McLaughlin56:04.9673Caroline Connolly56:05.0674Sean Coyle56:05.3675Seamus Gorrell56:05.3676David O’Dowd56:05.4677Kevin Begley56:05.6678Laura Murray56:05.8679John Ferguson56:05.8680Peter McGarrigle56:05.9681Michael Doherty56:06.0682Killian Owens56:06.1683John Fahey56:06.4684Philip Bonner56:06.5685Laura Corbett56:06.5686Sean O’Leary56:06.7687Dessie Stewart56:06.9688Gearad Campbell56:07.1689Benny Barber56:07.2690Joe Quinn56:07.3691Patrica Peoples56:10.2692Adrian Wasson56:14.9693Anthony McFadden56:17.3694Lorraine Kerr56:18.4695Doireann Markham56:20.0696Bernie Crossan56:21.3697Mary Bonner56:21.4698Noelle McLaughlin56:25.0699Mary Martin56:27.8700Jason Murray56:32.5701Noelle Sweeney56:33.1702Briege Okane56:34.1703Donna MacKey56:34.9704Paul Houston56:37.9705Paul McGeady56:41.3706David Doherty56:43.0707Elaine Martin56:43.6708Liaran Liddy56:44.3709John Doherty56:47.8710Derbhle Gould56:48.1711Jackie Ireland56:49.0712Sinead Black56:49.7713Tanya Hardiman56:49.9714Martina Mulhern56:50.4715Emma Wallace56:50.5716Keith O’Connell56:52.8717Eimear Gibson56:54.1718Mags Gallen56:55.5719Danny Mc Fadden56:55.8720Ciamhe Wherity56:56.0721Mary Doherty56:56.7722Sinead Gibson56:56.7723Paula Hegarty57:00.5724Megan Greene57:00.6725Muriel Hegarty57:03.7726Geraldine McGroary57:08.5727Brendan Friel57:10.0728Collette Byrne57:11.4729Julie Docherty57:11.5730Annette Toye57:14.4731Damien Mulkearns57:15.3732Gareth McKane57:15.7733Deirdre Friel57:15.7734Joe Blake57:18.7735Shona Moloney57:19.5736Zena Gordan57:21.0737Grace Garvie57:24.3738Niamh Mc Carthy57:28.2739Sharon Carey57:30.4740Emer Alexandra57:30.8741Sarah McGonagle57:36.5742Claire O’Donnell57:39.1743Sonia Doherty57:39.1744Noreen Molloy57:40.2745Stacey Hegarty57:42.9746Jacqueline Barrett57:44.8747Suzanne Gallagher57:44.9748Mac Walsh57:45.3749Patrick Mullen57:47.8750Paul Ryan57:48.2751Agnes Ryan57:48.4752Damian O’Kane57:49.6753Lucinda Gorman57:50.7754Miamh McDevitt57:51.6755Collette Ferry57:55.6756Seamus McLaughlin57:56.1757Pat Brady57:56.6758Paul Gallagher57:58.4759John Porter57:59.4760Richard Garginer57:59.7761James Smyth58:00.5762Brendan Sheridan58:01.2763Declan McHugh58:01.5764Sinead O’Gorman58:03.7765Lair McKinley58:04.2766Kelly McKinley58:04.3767Audrey Friel58:05.3768Declan McCallion58:05.7769Kerry-Anne McAlynn58:06.0770Catroina Logue58:06.4771Paul Quinn58:08.0772Sandra McBride58:08.8773Michelle McMorrow58:09.5774Fieldma McTeague58:11.3775Hazel McFadden58:16.4776Caitriona Clay58:17.3777John McDaid58:19.0778Eilish Doherty58:19.6779Yvonne McMonagle58:19.7780Denise McBride58:19.9781Shauna Boyle58:20.3782Danielle Fay58:22.4783Sean Grant58:25.8784Emma Bates58:26.4785Barry Creagh58:26.9786Lynette Morgan58:27.4787Brendan Gallagher58:27.4788Clodagh McGee58:27.7789Eithne McLoone58:33.3790Mary Ruddy58:33.5791Jennifer Gardner58:36.4792Fred Sharkey58:37.2793Margaret McConnell58:42.3794Carol Ann Campbell58:43.3795Anita Owens58:45.6796Helen McBride58:47.5797Lisa Gavigan58:51.8798Katie Carr58:54.4799Niamh Gibbons58:54.9800Katroina Kelly58:55.5801Ciaran Diver58:55.6802Teresa McDaid58:57.8803Ciaran McHugh58:59.6804Maureen Gamble59:01.0805Raymond Durack59:03.5806Eamon Rorarty59:04.6807Martina Tuffy59:08.5808Margaret Gallagher59:10.0809Monica Coyle59:11.5810Deirdre Bonner59:13.5811Winne Grant59:15.1812Carmel Colhoun59:17.7813Una Friel59:19.0814Gareth McCafferty59:20.3815Ciara MacKey59:23.4816Leonie Gallagher59:26.7817James Sharkey59:27.2818Claire Gauthier59:43.4819Sonya O Donnell59:43.5820Colette McDermott59:45.2821Elaine Grant59:46.0822Margaret Friel59:53.1823Annmarie Ferry59:53.5824Lisa Quinn59:56.5825Sinead Collins59:58.2826Siobhan Hopkins59:59.2827Rodney McKeague1:00:01.9828Adrienn Kovacs1:00:03.5829Niall Dorn1:00:05.9830Sharon McDermott1:00:11.4831Andrea McFeely1:00:13.4832Jean Mc Glinchey1:00:14.1833Mary McFeely1:00:14.5834Lisa 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Duddy1:01:33.1874Veronica Dunlevey1:01:35.1875Tony Mc Bride1:01:37.2876Carolyn Gibson1:01:43.7877Fiona Quinn1:01:44.9878Cormac Scully1:01:50.2879Noeleen Duggan1:01:50.2880Graham Fox1:01:52.9881Marjorie Mc Elroy1:01:54.7882Conor Hayes1:01:56.9883Tracey Hayes1:01:57.0884Helena Kenny1:02:01.6885Suzanne Tinney1:02:06.3886Noeleen McDaid1:02:07.6887Laura Mc Nern1:02:10.6888Kerrie McElhinney1:02:11.2889Cora Harvey1:02:11.7890Paul Patton1:02:15.7891Kelda Gibson1:02:17.5892Donach Gartlan1:02:18.4893Unknown Partic. 5101:02:18.6894Gerry Hone1:02:19.3895Emer Coyle1:02:22.7896Grace Mc Connalogue1:02:25.8897Louise Shiels1:02:25.9898Kevin Gallagher1:02:27.1899Darren McDaid1:02:27.6900Kevin Barker1:02:29.4901Annette Sweeney1:02:30.4902Andrea McGarvey1:02:33.6903Roisin O’ Donnell1:02:34.1904Adrian Rodriguez1:02:35.2905Niamh Cannon1:02:39.5906Sheena McCarry1:02:42.4907Donna Butler1:02:43.1908Avril Larkin1:02:44.8909Stacey McGinty1:02:48.0910Fiona Gormley1:02:49.2911Unknown Partic. 5501:02:51.6912Noelle Mollohan1:02:54.0913Noel O’Donnell1:03:00.2914Linda Campbell1:03:00.8915Darina Ferry1:03:04.0916Lorna McGettigan1:03:05.0917Mairead Gallen1:03:07.6918Frances McBride1:03:07.8919Roisin Kenny1:03:09.8920Aisling McElwaine1:03:11.4921Sophie Kelly1:03:11.7922Louise Roddy1:03:17.2923Meave Carr1:03:18.9924Paddy Flood1:03:19.1925Breege McColgan1:03:19.9926Jackie Mc Glinchey1:03:20.5927Karen Hartin1:03:22.3928Mary Troisi1:03:22.5929Mary T Gallagher1:03:23.1930Ami Bannister1:03:23.6931Shane Blake1:03:27.6932Linda Sweeney1:03:32.8933Ann Marie McDevitt1:03:35.2934Ronan Carlin1:03:35.9935Christina Wilkinson1:03:36.6936Mary Delvin1:03:38.4937Aisling Gallagher1:03:38.5938Agnes Monaghan1:03:39.9939Annie Sheridan1:03:40.4940John Doherty1:03:41.5941Imelda Boyle1:03:51.5942Fiona Boyle1:03:52.4943Patrick Gallagher1:03:52.6944John Byrne1:03:55.7945Liz Gallagher1:03:57.2946Mary Van Ruben1:03:57.2947Dorothy McHugh1:03:57.2948Martina McBrearty1:03:58.3949Marjorie Morrisan1:04:05.8950Linda 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December 25, 2019
The aircraft that will carry the test laser completed a series of flight tests at Edwards in July and is now in Wichita, Kan., undergoing modifications to its aft section to prepare it for the installation. The beginning of the laser installation is more than a year away, since the modules have to be dismantled and removed from the laboratory at Edwards. The illuminator lasers also are being installed in Wichita. Those lasers will be tested on the ground and in the air before the aircraft returns to Edwards. Jim Skeen, (661) 267-5743 email@example.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE – The Airborne Laser team reached a milestone this month with a ground-test firing that was long and powerful enough to destroy a ballistic missile in its boost phase. At the team’s facility at Edwards Air Force Base, the laser was fired for more than 10 seconds during a Dec. 6 ground test. Both the length and power level of the test were at levels believed necessary to destroy a ballistic missile during its boost phase or within a few minutes after it is launched, said Air Force Lt. Gen. Henry “Trey” Obering III, director of the Missile Defense Agency. Neither the exact length nor the level of power generated by the laser were disclosed. Ground testing of the laser system began on Nov. 10, 2004. Since then, the laser has been fired more than 70 times, beginning with a burst of a fraction of a second and increasing past the 10-second mark, program officials said. 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 If the military can get the weapon to work well enough for service, it will be installed into a highly modified Boeing 747-400 freighter. The laser would then be tested against actual missiles before 2010. Program officials envision future Airborne Laser aircraft patrolling in pairs at more than 40,000 feet and inside friendly territory, scanning the horizon for missiles. When a missile is detected, a set of lasers will track and illuminate it, and computers will measure the distance and calculate its course and direction. A second high-energy laser, fired through the nose turret mounted on the aircraft, will destroy the missile. The laser is made up of six modules, each weighing 4,500 pounds and about the size of a sport utility vehicle turned on its end. The beam will heat an area about the diameter of a basketball on the missile’s relatively fragile fuel-tank casing. The laser will weaken metal already under high pressure from the ignited rocket fuel.
December 21, 2019
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December 18, 2019
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December 17, 2019
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Owners of small businesses and farms will learn how to choose the best employee health care options by attending a seminar presented by Ohio Farm Bureau. Leaders from the health care and business communities will present options and advice for those seeking to provide care programs that are good for small groups of employees and for the business.Topics to be discussed include how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is affecting Ohioans, what employers need to know about the ACA, why health care coverage makes sense for the business and detailed information on getting started, choosing options and measuring benefits and costs.The seminar will be offered Sept. 7 at the Hancock County OSU Extension office in Findlay and Sept. 8 at Venue 62 in Grove City. Registration takes place at 8:30 a.m., with the program from 9 a.m. to noon. Lunch and networking will follow.Cost of the seminar is $30 for Farm Bureau members and $50 for non-members. More information is available at ohiofarmandfood.org. To register, contact your county Farm Bureau. Registration is due by Sept. 5.