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STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – Friday February 12, 2016


first_imgTyler Baze1371322219%41%$770,361 RECORD SPEAKS FOR UNBEATEN CHAMP NYQUIST RELAXED OM IS READY TO GO IN GRADE II ARCADIA ‘TANGO’ DANCES TWO TURNS AGAIN IN SANTA MARIASANTA ANITA JOCKEYS DEFEAT HOLY ANGELS, 43-34 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Peter Eurton47714715%60%$563,560 Philip D’Amato6715111222%57%$856,120 Rafael Bejarano12728271122%52%$1,338,620 Santiago Gonzalez13825201418%43%$1,023,544 Flavien Prat11620151617%44%$1,299,848 Doug O’Neill9413151714%48%$682,087 Peter Miller6793713%28%$335,020 Tiago Pereira523746%27%$213,429 Fernando Perez1021071710%33%$539,209 J. Keith Desormeaux2652619%50%$153,280 Alonso Quinonez544837%28%$198,230 Jack Carava1942121%37%$91,620 Gary Stevens3866316%39%$801,605 Bob Baffert581371022%52%$1,036,855 Joseph Talamo11815151613%39%$743,114 (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 11) Alex Solis1630319%38%$193,613 Steve Knapp2041220%35%$138,140 Abel Lezcano3541211%20%$170,905 Richard Baltas5798516%39%$689,044 Agapito Delgadillo4885617%40%$198,557 Mario Gutierrez11011201510%42%$771,191 Kent Desormeaux50712514%48%$656,490 Victor Espinoza443837%32%$492,305center_img J. Eric Kruljac2342517%48%$91,100 Jerry Hollendorfer80861210%33%$631,381 William Spawr2265327%64%$159,227 NYQUIST MAKES THREE-YEAR-OLD DEBUT ON MONDAY            Nyquist is the Rodney Dangerfield of Thoroughbreds. He gets no respect, no respect at all. Critics say his time is too slow and his numbers are too low.Doug O’Neill, of course, isn’t on board. He trains the unbeaten champion two-year-old male of 2015, winner of an Eclipse Award in that category and the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in his last start on Oct. 31, his third straight Grade I victory and his fourth graded stakes win from five career starts.Still, there are three horses listed ahead of him in Daily Racing Form’s Derby Watch as the countdown dwindles below 72 hours for the son of Uncle Mo’s three-year-old debut in Monday’s Grade II San Vicente Stakes at seven furlongs.“We’re just eager to see him compete at a high level on Monday and let that speak for itself,” said O’Neill, not in the least nonplussed by naysayers. “That’s what I love about this game, though; everyone has an opinion.“I don’t always agree with people. Whenever you read something negative about your own horses, it’s like somebody saying something about your family members, so it does make you pause for a bit, but if he runs a big race Monday, we can write our own story.“I actually don’t mind flying under the radar. I just want to keep flying.”O’Neill’s stance is remindful of Lincoln’s when he told members of his Cabinet who criticized Grant for over-imbibing:“I’m going to find out what he drinks and give it to all my Generals.”In addition to the attractive racing card, Santa Anita will celebrate Presidents’ Day with another of its popular Dollar Days. Draft beers, hot dogs and sodas will be available for a buck apiece. First post time is 12:30 p.m. Admission gates open at 10:30 a.m.OM, BOLO IN GRADE II ARCADIA STAKES SATURDAYOm has been a gem of consistency in a career of 10 races, winning five, with one second and two thirds for Dan Hendricks, who trains the four-year-old son of Munnings for the Sareen Family Trust.Om is the 7-5 morning line second choice to continue his steady run in Saturday’s Grade II Arcadia Stakes at a mile on grass, a race Hendricks hopes will lead to the Grade I, $400,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile on March 12.“He’s been progressing since he came back last year, and I look forward to our mile turf races this year,” Hendricks said. “I think he’ll fit real well. He can be on the lead or just off it. The way he’s finally matured and started relaxing really helps him.“He’s either going to be way out in front, or just a little in front, because we can keep up as much as Gary (Stevens) wants.“We’ll be close to Obviously. It’s a matter of how they go the first part. The two of us are definitely the speed of the race, and it will be interesting to see how Om does against a classy older horse like Obviously.“It will be a different type of race for Om.”Meanwhile, Carla Gaines is hopeful that Bolo runs to his works in the Arcadia, his first race since last July 4 in the Grade I Belmont Derby. The four-year-old Temple City colt won the Eddie Logan at one mile last Dec. 27.“He’s been away but he’s had some good works,” Gaines said. “He went through the whole Triple Crown thing, traveling and what-not, so we freshened him up and he’s back.”Bolo was third in the Santa Anita Derby and an eventful 12th in the Kentucky Derby before winning an allowance race at Santa Anita last May 29.The Arcadia field: Om, Gary Stevens, 7-5; Cape Wolfe, Rafael Bejarano, 6-1; Yes Yes Yes, Brice Blanc, 20-1; Bolo, Flavien Prat, 4-1; and Obviously, Mike Smith, 6-5.Big Cazanova and Prospect Park were scratched.TARA’S TANGO STRETCHES OUT IN SANTA MARIATara’s Tango was third by a neck in the seven furlong Santa Monica Stakes on Jan. 23, but Jerry Hollendorfer is optimistic that the four-year-old daughter of Unbridled’s Song can successfully go two turns when she runs in Saturday’s Grade II Santa Maria Stakes for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles.The Hall of Fame trainer bases that faith on his filly’s game second by a nose to StellarWind in the Grade II Summertime Oaks at 1 1/16 miles at Santa Anita last June.Trained by John Sadler, Stellar Wind would go on to earn an Eclipse Award as outstanding older female of 2015.“We feel she can stretch out, based on her second to Stellar Wind,” Hollendorfer said.The Santa Maria: Star Act, Tyler Baze, 15-1; Gas Total, Flavien Prat, 6-1; Birdatthewire, Mike Smith,5-2; Big Break, Edwin Maldonado, 20-1; Kyriaki, Rafael Bejarano, 12-1; Living the Life, Gary Stevens, 6-1; Yahilwa, Joe Talamo, 7-2; and Tara’s Tango, Martin Garcia, 2-1.BONNET LEADS SANTA ANITA JOCKEYS WITH 17 POINTSSanta Anita’s jockeys led from start to finish in last night’s 49th annual charity basketball game against Holy Angels Elementary School at La Salle High School in Pasadena, winning 43-34 under the direction of Coach Kurt Hoover of TVG.“We led throughout and were always in control,” said Hoover, coaching the riders for the 15th consecutive year. The riders led at halftime, 28-15.Newcomer Chester Bonnet led the riders with 17 points, followed by Drayden Van Dyke with 11; Kent Desormeaux’s son, Josh, with seven; Omar Figueroa with four; and Kent and Edwin Maldonado with two each.Kayla Stra, Tiago Pereira and Bruno Panicucci played but did not score.“It could not have been any better,” said Nancy Dollase, who chaired the event for the ninth straight year. “It was a packed house. We’re looking forward to our 50th next year.”Proceeds benefit Holy Angels athletic program, the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund and the Eye on Jacob Foundation. The game was sponsored by Thoroughbred owner J. Paul Reddam’s CashCall and Santa Anita Park.FINISH LINES: Leading rider Rafael Bejarano has been suspended three days (Feb. 21, 25 and 26) for careless riding on All That Heat in Sunday’s first race . . . Prospect Park, winner of the Grade III La Jolla Handicap last August, was scratched from Saturday’s Grade II Arcadia Stakes at one mile on turf to run in an allowance race at a mile and a sixteenth on the main track Sunday in preparation for his major goal, the $1 million Santa Anita Handicap on March 12. “Sunday’s race is ideal for his comeback,” said Cliff Sise Jr., who trains the son of Tapit for owners/breeders Marty and Pam Wygod. “We’re trying to set him up for the Santa Anita Handicap. He’s training well. I don’t want Sunday’s race to take a lot out of him, but I want him to run good, too.” . . . Gary Sherlock has Lost Bus ticketed for the $100,000 Irish O’Brien Stakes at about 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf course on March 19. “There’s the Grade III Las Flores the next day, but it’s also $100,000, so I may as well run her against Cal-breds for the same purse,” the trainer reasoned . . . Richard Baltas had every confidence Jose Verenzuela could get the job on 7-1 shot Tale of Papa Nick in Thursday’s fifth race, and he was right. The five-year-old California-bred daughter of Papa Clem hadn’t raced since last Aug. 28, but won the $58,000 allowance race at about 6 ½ furlongs on the hillside turf course by a comfortable 2 ½ lengths for owner/breeder Nick Cafarchia. “Jose had been working the horse and I told him she had some issues in the gate,” Baltas said. “He did the right thing. You’ve got to ride those hungry guys.” . . . Agent Tony Matos has Martin Garcia booked to ride Sham Stakes winner Collected for Bob Baffert in the Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park on Monday . . . Hall of Fame jockey and three-time Kentucky Derby winner Kent Desormeaux and his wife, 31-year-old jockey Rosie Higgins, have 5,713 career wins between them, thanks to Rosie’s first-ever victory from only her fourth mount in Thursday’s second race aboard favored Blue Law ($4.40) for trainer Bob Hess Jr. “I wasn’t worried,” Rosie said. “I just didn’t want them to close the door on me. Last time, I hung in there and Kent told me, ‘Don’t be hanging there too long,’ but this time, I knew I had enough horse. My very first race, I was stuck back there for a bit, but I knew I had horse this time. He just exploded (winning by three lengths). Hopefully, this helps my career a little bit. I understand that I’m new, still green and what trainers think, too, because I’ve been in that situation. Hopefully, this builds my career and I keep moving up.” Kent, meanwhile, played second fiddle Thursday despite his 5,712 career wins. “Just call me Mr. Higgins,” he said. David Lopez1062081619%42%$594,216 George Papaprodromou2552520%48%$120,730 Carla Gaines2942214%28%$291,760 Brayan Pena2530312%24%$60,495 Brice Blanc3032710%40%$367,895 Martin Garcia66106815%36%$584,114 Jeff Bonde2162329%52%$143,340 Mike Smith5674813%34%$844,580 John Sadler4466414%36%$317,115 Edwin Maldonado95178918%36%$650,520 Steven Miyadi3257516%53%$179,434 JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Mark Glatt4856210%27%$263,940 Patrick Gallagher2152524%57%$419,688 Vladimir Cerin2171233%48%$190,780 Drayden Van Dyke82881110%33%$510,219 Kristin Mulhall2452221%38%$218,645 Ron Ellis2042220%40%$128,810 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%ITM%Money Won Jose Verenzuela1631219%38%$95,015 Martin Pedroza5264312%25%$161,605last_img read more


Arsenal must keep fighting, says Kolasinac


first_imgKolasinac admits it is tough to recover from those disappointments but believes it’s up to the players to take on the challenge in Italy.“It is a difficult situation for us,” he told DAZN. “We did not play well in the two games against Manchester City.“In some situations, we did not play bad. But honestly, we have to say that Manchester City have a phenomenal team, especially in their attack. Sometimes you have to admit that they are better or are in a better situation.“They are first in the league with a huge gap to second. Naturally, they are playing different. But the atmosphere in our team has to be good and it is good as well, because we cannot bury our heads in the sand right now.“On Thursday, we fly to Milan. We cannot bury our heads in the sand. We have to look forward and try to do better next time.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal left back Sead Kolasinac celebrates a goal in a past Premier League match PHOTO/Daily MailLONDON, United Kingdom, Mar 8- Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac has urged his teammates to pick themselves up and do their utmost to perform against Milan on Thursday.The Gunners head into the UEFA Europa League last-16 clash with the Rossoneri on the back of four consecutive defeats, which included back-to-back losses against Manchester City and most recently a 2-1 defeat against Brighton.last_img read more


Insider Trading: Manchester United officials in Spain for Pedro, Chelsea’s latest Stones bid and more


first_imgtalkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip.He delivers an update on Pedro’s future, revealing Manchester United are haggling over a fee with the Barcelona for the winger.Roberto Martinez has been given the final say on John Stones’ future, but is he willing to listen to Chelsea’s latest offer for the defender? He also discusses Manchester City’s pursuit of Nicolas Otamendi and Kevin De Bruyne…Here’s some of the top transfer rumours on talkSPORT.com:Exclusive – ‘A stupid practical joke!’ De Bruyne’s agent furious following Wolfsburg declarationMan United offered goalkeeper Keylor Navas as Real Madrid continue David de Gea pursuitWellington Silva set for Championship loan after Arsenal reject Hertha Berlin bidArsenal transfer rumours: Mario Gotze would be a ‘great signing’ but ‘he’s not what the Gunners need right now’Everton set to make £15m move for Ukraine winger Andriy YarmolenkoJuventus showing interest in Borussia Dortmund midfielder Henrikh MkhitaryanFenerbahce holding out for £9m fee for West Ham and Sunderland targetMario Balotelli latest: Liverpool outcast wants Premier League stay as Watford eye ambitious moveAdnan Januzaj to leave Man United despite match-winning performance?The man to solve Sunderland’s woes? Black Cats want £6.5m French strikerlast_img read more


Tottenham and England star is the next Steven Gerrard… and he’s part of a dying breed


first_img1 Dele Alli This time last year Dele Alli had just scored for MK Dons in a 2-1 win over Swindon in League One.Fastforward 12 months and the 19-year-old was going toe-to-toe with the masterful Sergio Busquets and striking a sublime first England goal in a man of the match display against France at Wembley.‘DELE ALLI WON’T BE STAYING AT TOTTENHAM FOR LONG WITH PERFORMANCES LIKE THAT’Alli’s meteoric rise is no fluke. Without getting too ahead of ourselves, the Tottenham midfielder could well be the closest thing England has had to Steven Gerrard in his prime since the former Liverpool captain’s career began to wane.Gerrard’s leggy, languid style was the driving force behind every success Liverpool manifested in the last decade. He was intense, dynamic and, above all, a box-to-box midfielder – character traits becoming increasingly evident in Alli.Ali’s adeptness going both forwards and backwards is a rare commodity in modern football. The archetypal British box-to-box midfielder is a dying breed, with players nowadays far more specified and regimented within their individual roles and strengths.Midfielders are increasingly either a holding player or attacking player, with those nuances becoming more and more mutually exclusive. It’s a far cry from Gerrard’s all-action displays which would see him in both penalty areas in the space of 30 seconds.Bayern Munich star Arturo Vidal is perhaps the flagbearer in modern football for that type of midfielder, with his unrivalled dynamism a huge factor in his resonating impact felt all over the pitch. The Chilean’s performances lead by example and his achievements in the last year – spearheading Juventus to the Champions League final and Chile to Copa America glory – are testament to his influence.Alli is the poster boy of the next generation hoping to imitate Gerrard and Vidal. His former manager and a man he regards as a father-like figure, Karl Robinson, revealed the meticulous deliberations behind the decision to let the young midfielder leave for Tottenham in January, albeit returning to MK Dons on loan for the rest of the season.Alli plundered 16 goals from midfield as the Buckinghamshire club finally clinched promotion to the Championship after years of flirting with success, and understandably his form saw him coveted by a number of Premier League clubs.center_img Aston Villa and Newcastle also had offers on the table, so Robinson soon realised he couldn’t deny his prize asset his chance to make the step up.In hindsight, the switch to White Hart Lane has proved a masterstroke. Even Alli’s most ardent supporters probably couldn’t have predicted the integral role he has assumed in ensuring Spurs have remained unbeaten in the league since the opening day of the season.Robinson built the foundations, but if there was ever a manager to take Alli to the next level it would be Mauricio Pochettino. Nine of the last 15 England debutants have burst onto the international scene under the Argentine’s stewardship, with Alli and Eric Dier the latest on that list.And Alli’s rapid emergence has proven as refreshing as it has been surprising, particularly for the traditional romantics of the English game. Against the French he made himself at home throughout his appearance, but illustrated his supreme potential in one, breathtaking instant. After crashing into Morgan Schneiderlin with a fierce slide tackle, he demanded the ball off Wayne Rooney and drove forward before unleashing a quite brilliant strike past his helpless Spurs colleague Hugo Lloris. It had the feel of a watershed moment in Alli’s fledgling career.Liverpool’s reported snub of the then 18-year-old, a boyhood Reds fan, in summer 2014 is their loss and Tottenham’s gain, with north London and Pochettino’s regime now the perfect environment to nurture his development.Unlike Jack Wilshere, the last heir apparent to Gerrard’s throne, Alli appears to possess the drive and temperament conducive to unlocking his true potential. In fact, if the former’s fitness doesn’t show signs of improvement it could be Alli who takes full advantage ahead of Euro 2016. If Pochettino can manage him wisely, next summer’s finals could prove the stage for a star to be born.last_img read more


Keppel rolls past Schurr, 61-27


first_imgThe center, filling in for her older sister, scored 17 points and grabbed eight rebounds in leading the Aztecs girls basketball team to a 61-27 win over Almont League rival Schurr on Friday. With the Aztecs’ second-leading scorer last season, Paola Gupilan, inactive, Shelley was thrilled to see action, let alone lead her team in scoring. ALHAMBRA – Freshmen aren’t supposed to contribute, let alone dominate. But Keppel High School’s Shelley Gupilan isn’t your typical uncoordinated, intimidated ninth-grader. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card“I was just happy to be playing,” Gupilan said. “Coach prepared us for this game and I just wanted to score points and help the team.” Gupilan scored her team’s first seven points and 10 of the Aztecs’ 23 points in the first quarter. She also keyed a 23-5 first-quarter run that humbled a Schurr squad that looked intent on knocking off the defending league champions. “I think a lot of teams thought we wouldn’t be as good this year,” Gupilan said. “We’re just trying to show that we’re still the best.” Keppel (12-8, 4-0) demonstrated its effectiveness by forcing 21 Spartans turnovers and converting 14 into 28 easy points. center_img “We have to handle the ball better,” Schurr coach Paul Chavez said. “(Keppel) turned the game into layup drills, and there’s no way you can win when you turn the ball over like that.” The Aztecs also shot 5 of 12 from behind the 3-point arc, which proved to be a potent balance to Gupilan’s inside game. Shelley set up her sister Amanda for a few 3-pointers, including one with 3:12 left in the second quarter that gave the Aztecs their biggest margin, 46-12. “We had a very tough preseason,” said Keppel coach Minnie Caluag, whose team has outscored league opponents by an average of 23 points. “The rough start prepared us for league. As you can see, we’re doing quite well.” After Shelley, Amanda was second on the team in scoring with 13 points. Freshman Janise Ho had nine. The Spartans (9-6, 2-2) were led by Sara Ng, who scored seven points. “Our expectations for this game were the same as they are in all games,” Chavez said. “We expected to play well and give everything we had.” Unfortunately for the Spartans, they followed up a five-point first quarter with another five points in the second period. They trailed 33-10 at halftime. “I was proud of the effort our girls gave,” Chavez said. “We just didn’t play well enough or disciplined enough.” Schurr will play Alhambra on Tuesday in what could be a matchup for the league’s final CIF-SS postseason spot. 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


GAA NEWS: KILCAR CLUB NOTES


first_imgCLUB NOTES 14.11.12  CLG Chill Chartha will be holding its Annual 10 week fundraising draw. Total prize fund of €25000. Weekly draw prizes of: €1000, €500, €300, €200 x 3. Entry Fee is €10 per week. All tickets paid in full by week 6 will be entered into a once off additional draw for 2 prizes of €500. Tickets are now on sale from club officers and the first draw will take place on Sunday 25th November. There was no Lotto Jackpot winner this week and next week it will be €2900. Winning numbers were 10,12,27,28. Drawn winners were €50 – Martin Gillespie, Muckross, €30 – Tracey Byrne, Largymore, €20 – Maureen Cannon, Cruckarra. There was no winner of the Bingo Jackpot. Next week’s Jackpot €1450 on 46 numbers. Some of the winners were: Mark Campbell €70, Carmel McGinley €70, Nora Byrne €80, Rosie Carr €70, John Cunningham €70, Bernard Shovlin €50, Maire Gillespie €150, Maire Boyle €70. Lotto Sellers this weekend:Sat 17th: Ross Brady, Cornelius Diver. Sun 18th: Gavin O’Donnell & Martin Byrne. Anyone who would like to submitt team photos or match photos for 2012 for use in club website and social media can send them to the PRO on (086) 3333320. GAA NEWS: KILCAR CLUB NOTES was last modified: November 14th, 2012 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:Kilcar GAA noteslast_img read more


GAA NEWS: NAOMH ULTAN FACE RED HUGHS IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEKEND


first_imgNaomh Ultan GAA Notes40th Anniversary Celebrations -Saturday August 9th marks the 40th anniversary celebrations of CLG Naomh Ultan.Meetings will take place every Thursday from now on upstairs in the clubhouse at 8:30pm. There is a large amount of work involved for the celebrations, therefore we would ask for as much help as possible to make it a success. All welcome to attend meetings.Adult Football –The Seniors are in championship action this Saturday home to Red Hughs at 7:30pm, all support would be greatly appreciated.They had an impressive away victory to Urris last Saturday, putting them in a position to advance to the next round of championship. Our reserves were in Championship action on Sunday last, final score was Naomh Ultan 3-16 Naomh Padraig, Muff 0-01. An emphatic win for the reserves side, taking them through to the next round of Championship.SuperValu Kits for Clubs –We have teamed up with Rooney’s SuperValu, Killybegs and Kavanagh’s SuperValu, Donegal Town to help our club receive a free O’Neill’s training equipment kit through SuperValu Kits for Clubs.Every time you spend €20 in a single transaction in the above two stores you will receive 1 voucher.The till operator will hand you this pre-printed voucher along with your till receipt at time of payment. Drop this voucher in the Club entry box located at the customer service desk in store.When 1,000 vouchers have been collected, SuperValu will send our Club the kit for free.As valued club members, we would ask all to part-take in this initiative to ensure our club reaches the target of 1,000 vouchers and is awarded a new training kit.Please be sure to let your friends and family know about this promotion.​ GAA NEWS: NAOMH ULTAN FACE RED HUGHS IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEKEND was last modified: July 15th, 2014 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:GAANaomh UltanNoticesSportlast_img read more


THE CONVOY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME?


first_imgAlmost 300 runners took part in the Convoy Running Club’s 5k last night.The race was won in fine style by Finn Valley’s Pauric McLaughlin followed closely by Gavin Crawford from the Letterkenny 24/7 triathlon club.The following is a list of runners and their times. Overall Bib Name M/F Cat Cat Rank Club Time1 252 Pauric Mclaughin M SM 1 Finn Valley 00:16:092 113 Gavin Crawford M SM 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:16:373 131 ANTHONY DOTHERY M SM 3 00:17:00 4 182 Gareth Kerrigan M SM 4 milford 00:17:225 79 Seamus O Donnell M M40 1 Convoy AC 00:17:476 281 Brian Mccrea M SM 5 Finn Valley 00:17:487 214 Stefan Mccrossan M JM 1 Letterkenny AC 00:17:538 78 Liam Murray M SM 6 Individual 00:17:57 9 74 Bryan McNamee M JM 2 Finn Valley 00:17:5910 441 Enda Mcbride M JM 3 Letterkenny AC 00:18:0111 116 Paul Dillon M SM 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0112 48 Mark Hunter M SM 8 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:03 13 125 John Daly M M40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:0514 208 Martin Deviney M SM 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1015 114 Aidan Callaghan M SM 10 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:1216 472 Micheal Duffy M SM 11 cranford 00:18:1417 2 Warren Blackburn M SM 12 Convoy AC 00:18:1518 112 Ben George M SM 13 Letterkenny AC 00:18:3519 59 Conor Mc Laughlin M SM 14 Lifford AC 00:18:3620 440 Ryan Stacey M JM 4 Finn Valley 00:18:4921 17 Kevin Connolly M M40 3 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:18:5122 103 Aaron Cole M M40 4 Individual 00:18:5923 49 John Taylor M M50 1 Individual 00:19:0224 232 Paul Mcgettigan M SM 15 milford 00:19:0425 25 Clint Doherty M SM 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1026 132 PAUL LYNCH M SM 17 00:19:1027 211 Brian Ward M M40 5 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:1228 449 Adrian Gill M SM 18 00:19:1329 263 Sean Crossan M M40 6 Finn Valley 00:19:1630 243 Mark Connolly M M50 2 Finn Valley 00:19:1831 282 Alan Mccrea M SM 19 00:19:1932 270 Marty Mccabe M SM 20 00:19:2133 284 Kevin Mcberity M SM 21 00:19:2834 277 Seanmus Nallen M SM 22 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3235 221 Paul Gildea M SM 23 00:19:3336 471 Garlth Duffy M M40 7 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:19:3837 106 Martin Anderson M M40 8 Finn Valley AC 00:19:4438 104 Barry Mackey M M50 3 Letterkenny AC 00:19:4639 226 John Cannon M M50 4 tirconnell 00:20:0140 177 Charle Gildea M SM 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:0241 279 Denis Bonnar M M40 9 rosses 00:20:1342 110 Alan Catterson M M40 10 Finn Valley AC 00:20:1443 67 Adrain McHugh M M40 11 Individual 00:20:1544 29 Trevor Doherty M SM 25 Individual 00:20:1545 204 GARETH MCCARRON M SM 26 00:20:1946 350 John Mccarron M M40 12 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:2447 436 Dickie Walter M SM 27 00:20:2848 136 TOMMY HILL M M50 5 00:20:2949 107 Sean O’ Leary M M50 6 Finn Valley AC 00:20:3050 152 Richi Duncan M M40 13 Castlefinn Running 00:20:3151 142 EAMON CONNOLY M SM 28 00:20:3452 42 Gavin Harris M M40 14 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:3553 12 Eimear Gallen W F40 1 Finn Valley 00:20:3654 124 Kevin Mcmeniana M SM 29 Lifford AC 00:20:4055 117 Liam Cleary M M40 15 Lifford AC 00:20:4456 203 PHILIP KELLY M SM 30 00:20:4457 186 Clare Keenan W SW 1 Finn Valley AC 00:20:4758 454 John Reid M JM 5 Finn Valley 00:20:5059 40 Kevin Greenan M M50 7 Individual 00:20:5060 473 Sammy Johnston M M40 16 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5561 477 Oran Odonnell M JM 6 Castlefinn Running 00:20:5662 457 Stephnen Sweeney M M40 17 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:20:5763 249 Michael Duncan M M50 8 Lifford AC 00:20:5864 46 Iggy Houston M M40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:0265 264 Sabrina Mackey W F40 2 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:0666 453 Michael Mcmenanin M M40 19 Finn Valley 00:21:0667 66 Liam McGuire M M40 20 Lifford AC 00:21:0668 253 John Criag M JM 7 Lifford AC 00:21:0869 83 Leoni Mullen W SW 2 Lifford AC 00:21:1070 54 Mark Mailey M SM 31 Convoy AC 00:21:1171 153 Adrian Devine M SM 32 Castlefinn Running 00:21:1772 213 Gabrill Mccrossan M M50 9 Letterkenny AC 00:21:1973 435 Noel Mccormac M M40 21 00:21:2274 97 Niall Barnes M SM 33 Individual 00:21:2275 128 Ciaran melhinney M SM 34 00:21:2276 77 Joe McNulty M M40 22 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:21:2477 154 Shane Deery M SM 35 Castlefinn Running 00:21:2478 462 Gerard Mcconnell M SM 36 00:21:2679 135 Ciaran QUIGLEY W SW 3 00:21:2780 223 Chris Ashmore M M40 23 00:21:2981 99 Andrew Doherty M SM 37 Individual 00:21:2982 262 Adain Mcfadden M SM 38 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:3083 231 Brendan Patton M M50 10 Finn Valley 00:21:3284 93 Ronan O’ Donnell M JM 8 Individual 00:21:3585 238 James Crossan M SM 39 00:21:3586 95 Fergus Carson M JM 9 Individual 00:21:3687 126 Paddy Tourish M M50 11 Lifford AC 00:21:3888 271 Oghan Mcgill M SM 40 KCR 00:21:4089 119 Brian Boyce M SM 41 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:21:4190 478 Sabrina Mcgrindder W JW 1 Lifford AC 00:21:4991 176 Cathal Mcbride M SM 42 Convoy AC 00:21:5392 151 Fintan Hagan M M40 24 Castlefinn Running 00:21:5493 476 Jenette Odonnell W SW 4 Finn Valley 00:21:5994 225 John Mcelwaine M SM 43 Lifford AC 00:21:5995 94 Rodger O’ Connor M JM 10 Individual 00:22:0496 109 Andrew Leyton M M40 25 Individual 00:22:0597 138 AMANDA MONAGHAN W F40 3 00:22:0998 65 Eugene McGinley M M40 26 Raphoe Road Runners 00:22:1299 185 Michelle Hunter W SW 5 Finn Valley AC 00:22:13100 31 Rachel Friel W SW 6 Lifford AC 00:22:18101 464 Shane Odonnell M M50 12 Lifford AC 00:22:18102 92 Aidrain O’ Donnell M M40 27 Individual 00:22:26103 202 LIAM HARTE M M50 13 00:22:29104 241 Patrick Mcdaid M M40 28 Lifford AC 00:22:31105 251 Paul Mcnamee M M40 29 Lifford AC 00:22:35106 466 Eugen Mcginley M M40 30 00:22:36107 36 Joe Gallen M M50 14 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:37108 244 Ann Marie Dalton W SW 7 Finn Valley 00:22:38109 470 Howard Roddie M M50 15 00:22:38110 258 Liam Mcmullan M M40 31 Convoy AC 00:22:40111 140 JACKIE TIMONY W SW 8 00:22:45112 438 Willy Breen M SM 44 Convoy AC 00:22:52113 3 Caroline McGuire W F40 4 Finn Valley 00:22:53114 89 Don Smith M M50 16 Convoy AC 00:22:54115 87 Michael Roulston M M60 1 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:22:57116 102 Abby O’ Connor W JW 2 Individual 00:23:04117 200 PAT BURNE M M50 17 00:23:06118 10 Sarah Doherty W SW 9 Convoy AC 00:23:08119 69 Lindsey Toner W SW 10 Individual 00:23:12120 86 Darren Reid M M40 32 Lifford AC 00:23:23121 123 Liam Daly M M50 18 Lifford AC 00:23:27122 167 Amanda Mcbrearty W SW 11 Castlefinn Running 00:23:29123 118 Noel Mcnulty M M50 25 Lifford AC 00:23:33124 184 Glorii Donaghy W F50 1 Finn Valley 00:23:39125 257 Brendan Mcelhinney M SM 45 Convoy AC 00:23:41126 127 Diamem Murphy M SM 46 00:23:45127 57 Brendan Martin M SM 47 KCR 00:23:47128 245 Franessa Patton W SW 12 Convoy AC 00:23:49129 437 Dianne Stewart W SW 13 00:23:50130 228 Gerard Baxter M SM 48 00:23:52131 448 Larid Mckinley M SM 49 00:23:57132 129 MARTIN LANGAN M SM 50 00:24:00133 206 ROBERT MITCHEL M SM 51 00:24:03134 256 Nail Mcglinchey M M40 33 lifford 00:24:06135 160 Lisa Mcglynn W SW 14 Castlefinn Running 00:24:11136 50 Kevin Kelly M SM 52 Convoy AC 00:24:17137 80 Barry O’Donnell M SM 53 Convoy AC 00:24:20138 465 Johnathan Wilson M SM 54 00:24:22139 173 Richacl Bell W SW 15 Raphoe Road Runners 00:24:24140 250 Rhonda Porter W SW 16 Lifford AC 00:24:24141 150 Eamon Mcconnell M SM 55 Castlefinn Running 00:24:24142 278 Sinead Mcmenmnin W SW 17 Castlefinn Running 00:24:27143 14 Philip Connolly M M60 2 Letterkenny AC 00:24:30144 269 Eamon Porter M SM 56 00:24:31145 161 Joe Oleary M M40 34 Castlefinn Running 00:24:35146 27 Roisin McGinley W F40 5 Lifford AC 00:24:40147 458 Noelle Duffy W SW 18 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:24:47148 105 Josephine Donaghey W SW 19 Individual 00:24:58149 242 Damien Cauldwell M M40 35 Lifford AC 00:24:59150 5 Melaine Sweeney W SW 20 Castlefinn Running 00:25:01151 73 Paula Donaghy W SW 21 Convoy AC 00:25:02152 121 Tommy Mchugh M M50 19 Lifford AC 00:25:03153 60 Emma Bates W SW 22 Convoy AC 00:25:04154 139 CHRISTINE MCNULTY W F40 6 00:25:06155 444 Eamon Oregan M SM 57 00:25:10156 246 Oliva Gillen W SW 23 Convoy AC 00:25:11157 442 Martina Mcdaid W SW 24 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:25:13158 34 Keith French M SM 58 Convoy AC 00:25:13159 193 Mark Gildea M SM 59 00:25:13160 229 Tina Mchugh W SW 25 00:25:14161 62 Lauren Taylor W JW 3 Finn Valley 00:25:24162 7 Dee Griffin W F40 7 Convoy AC 00:25:25163 181 Elaine Mcgoldrick W SW 26 Castlefinn Running 00:25:27164 222 Marjan Bangert W F60 1 00:25:29165 32 Audrey Friel W F40 8 Lifford AC 00:25:32166 201 BILLY BRODERICK M M50 20 00:25:34167 254 John Criag M SM 60 Lifford AC 00:25:41168 469 Corine Duffy W SW 27 00:25:42169 274 Rajesh Mehan M SM 61 Raphoe Road Runners 00:25:42170 47 Bernie Martin W F50 2 KCR 00:25:45171 205 MARY MARTIN W F60 2 00:25:52172 447 Veronica Patton W SW 28 00:25:57173 260 Daniel Mullan M JM 11 00:25:59174 9 Mary Doherty W SW 29 Convoy AC 00:26:00175 227 Lissa Kilpatrick W SW 30 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:02176 275 Magan Quinn W SW 31 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:04177 101 Niamh Mc Clennan W JW 4 Individual 00:26:05178 461 Emmett Scott M SM 62 00:26:19179 273 Terencew Quinn M M50 21 00:26:26180 64 Declan McCallion M M40 36 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:34181 192 Annakla Gibson W JW 5 Convoy AC 00:26:36182 191 Shona Mollony W F40 9 24/7 Triathlon Club 00:26:37183 19 Eileen Crawford W SW 32 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38184 20 Stephen Crawford M SM 63 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:26:38185 230 Linda Macbeth W SW 33 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:40186 90 Shauna Coyle W SW 34 Raphoe Road Runners 00:26:42187 450 Bianca Crossan W SW 35 00:26:43188 143 CIARAN MCHALE M SM 64 00:26:46189 71 Rosemary Parkinson W F40 10 Convoy AC 00:26:55190 130 EAMON LANGAN M JM 12 00:26:56191 220 Debroha Carrigan W SW 36 00:26:56192 236 Joe Gavin M M40 37 Lifford AC 00:27:00193 147 SONYA GAVIN W SW 37 00:27:00194 280 Lorraine Mcgrinder W F40 11 Lifford AC 00:27:01195 475 Odonnell W F40 12 00:27:05196 474 Kenny Odonnell M M40 38 Finn Valley 00:27:05197 76 Sinead O’Connor W SW 38 Lifford AC 00:27:12198 85 Kayleigh Smith W SW 39 Convoy AC 00:27:13199 172 Lisa Mcglinchey W SW 40 Castlefinn Running 00:27:18200 13 Denise Moss W F40 13 Aghyaran Runners 00:27:28201 261 Gavin Mcdaid M JM 13 00:27:30202 209 Joe Breslin M M60 3 Lifford AC 00:27:40203 148 GABRIL CLARKE M M50 22 00:27:41204 259 Marie Boyle W SW 41 Convoy AC 00:27:41205 141 ELAINE MCGINLEY W F40 14 00:27:43206 445 Elaine Park W SW 42 00:27:45207 234 Yvonne Cairns W F40 15 Lifford AC 00:27:49208 137 BENNY SWEENEY M M40 39 00:27:52209 272 Hazel Long W SW 43 Raphoe Road Runners 00:28:00210 26 Lavinia Culderbanks W SW 44 Convoy AC 00:28:04211 455 Rosmary Monaghan W SW 45 00:28:04212 210 Liam Kelly M SM 65 00:28:06213 82 Caroline Crawford W SW 46 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:10214 240 Loreta Mcnulty W SW 47 Castlefinn Running 00:28:20215 166 Ann Marie Ohagan W SW 48 Castlefinn Running 00:28:23216 207 Mary Curran W SW 49 Lifford AC 00:28:33217 168 Louise Goudie W SW 50 Castlefinn Running 00:28:35218 96 Brandon Mc Anney M JM 14 Individual 00:28:36219 266 Grainne Mcelhinney W SW 51 00:28:36220 98 Amy Boyle W JW 6 Individual 00:28:43221 188 Caroline Mccrouddy W F40 16 Lifford AC 00:28:45222 451 Marie Bonnar W F40 17 00:28:48223 4 Grainne Rice W F40 18 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:28:55224 224 Clemant Clarke M M50 23 Lifford AC 00:29:01225 8 Dolina Laird W SW 52 Convoy AC 00:29:11226 190 Paul Cullen M SM 66 00:29:14227 247 Claudia Gillen W JW 7 00:29:16228 248 Erin Gillen W JW 8 Convoy AC 00:29:17229 72 Angeleine Driver W F50 3 Individual 00:29:39230 239 Carina Peterson W SW 53 Castlefinn Running 00:29:43231 237 Tresa Mathewson W SW 54 Castlefinn Running 00:29:44232 158 Loretta Mcnulty W SW 55 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51233 439 Ronnie Mcbride M SM 67 Castlefinn Running 00:29:51234 463 Mary Odonnell W F40 19 00:29:55235 267 Francise Spencer W SW 56 00:29:59236 217 Julie Ronahan W SW 57 Convoy AC 00:30:11237 183 Rozw Nelis W SW 58 Raphoe Road Runners 00:30:11238 212 Dianne Arbuckle W F40 20 Lifford AC 00:30:19239 6 Emma Connaghan W SW 59 Castlefinn Running 00:30:24240 468 Cora Gallagher W JW 9 kcr 00:30:29241 467 Mary Gallagher W SW 60 kcr 00:30:30242 23 Grainne Greene W SW 61 Convoy AC 00:30:39243 52 Charlotte Irwin W SW 62 Convoy AC 00:31:10244 24 Emma Mungur W SW 63 Convoy AC 00:31:10245 18 Karen Gallen W JW 10 Individual 00:31:57246 180 Andrea Mccaallion W SW 64 youth reach 00:32:09247 452 Colett Ward W F40 21 00:32:26248 233 Mairead Brown W F40 22 Lifford AC 00:32:27249 187 Noeleen Mccurddy W SW 65 Lifford AC 00:32:28250 43 Laura Harron W SW 66 Convoy AC 00:32:32251 122 Joan Culhoon W F50 4 Lifford AC 00:32:33252 149 KATE MULLAN W F40 23 00:32:33253 146 LAUREN LYNCH W SW 67 00:32:45254 145 ANN LYNCH W F50 5 00:32:46255 255 Iggy Mcguie M M50 24 Lifford AC 00:33:17256 235 Ann Donnell W F40 24 Lifford AC 00:33:20257 30 Julie Cole W SW 68 Convoy AC 00:33:24258 443 Effa Gallahger W SW 69 00:33:25259 481 Kathren Mailey W SW 70 Convoy AC 00:33:39260 84 Alanna O’Leary W SW 71 Individual 00:33:57261 268 Kathleen Oleary W F60 3 00:33:58262 111 Caroline Catterson W F40 25 CKR 00:34:13263 215 Denise Ferguson W SW 72 00:34:14264 456 Tresa Brown W SW 73 00:34:15265 81 Oran Taylor M JM 15 Individual 00:34:24266 156 Eugenie Bolye M M40 40 Castlefinn Running 00:35:06267 144 CHARLENE BOYLE W SW 74 00:35:07268 171 Maud Boyle W SW 75 Castlefinn Running 00:35:08269 75 Aoibhinn Kerrigan W JW 11 Lifford AC 00:35:13270 55 Roisin Kerrigan W SW 76 Lifford AC Fit for Life 00:35:18271 37 Clodagh Harris W SW 77 Convoy AC 00:35:34272 88 Louise Arthur W F40 26 Individual 00:35:40273 174 Christine Mccormac W SW 78 00:35:48274 108 Diane Heatherington W SW 79 Convoy AC 00:35:56275 179 Rachal Moore W SW 80 youth reach 00:35:56276 479 Corine Kee W SW 81 killgordon 00:36:35277 133 WESLEY MCCLEAN M SM 68 00:36:51278 169 Louise Ferry W SW 82 Castlefinn Running 00:37:13279 175 Annita Reynolds W SW 83 00:37:28280 170 Marie Lynch W SW 84 Castlefinn Running 00:37:32281 100 Alex Parke M JM 16 Convoy AC 00:37:49282 134 BETTY BURNS W F60 4 00:38:02283 283 Wendy Toland W F40 27 00:38:11284 189 Francis Patton W F40 28 Convoy AC 00:39:00285 480 Darren Mailey M SM 69 Convoy AC 00:40:13286 219 Iris Carrigan W F40 29 00:40:36287 120 Joan Mchugh W F50 6 Lifford AC 00:42:27288 446 Celine Furey W SW 85 00:42:47289 265 Clare Mcdermot W SW 86 00:46:38290 216 Emma Mclaughlin W SW 87 Convoy AC 00:47:49291 218 Lissel Toner W SW 88 Convoy AC 00:47:52292 63 Anne Taylor W SW 89 Individual 00:47:52293 1 Mandy Woods W SW 90 Convoy AC 00:48:18294 460 Madden W SW 91 killgordon 00:50:25295 459 Neil Madden M SM 70 killgordon 00:50:26THE CONVOY 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: June 18th, 2014 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:Convoy 5KdonegalResultslast_img read more


JOBS BOOST FOR DONEGAL AS ONE OF IRELAND’S TOP LAW FIRM OPENS NEW OFFICE


first_imgJamie O’Donnell, Michael Maloney and Seamus Breen at the official opening of Nathaniel Lacy Partners Solicitors new offices at the Riverside Centre, Letterkenny.Solicitor, Jill Vance (NL Solicitors) at the official opening of Nathaniel Lacy Partners Solicitors new offices at the Riverside Centre, Letterkenny with l-r Paschal Blake (the last mayor of Letterkenny), Gerard Grant, Chairman of Letterkenny Town Chamber and Nathaniel Lacy.Gerard Grant Chairman of Letterkenny Chamber cuts the tape to oficially open Nathaniel Lacy Partners Solicitors new offices at the Riverside Centre, Letterkenny with l-r t Nathaniel Lacy and Jill Grant (solicitor).Marie Therese Lacy, Siobhan Cullen, Cathy Ruddy and Gillian Brennan at the official opening of Nathaniel Lacy Partners Solicitors offices at the Riverside Centre, Letterkenny.Jill Vance (solicitor) pictured in her new offices Nathaniel Lacy Partners Solicitors at the Riverside Centre, Letterkenny with her parents Ruth and Geffory Vance.One of Ireland’s most respected and highly reputable law firms Nathaniel Lacy & Partners has opened a new office in Letterkenny. Nathaniel Lacy & Partners has established a stellar reputation over the years for delivering high quality advice and excellent results for clients. The firm’s decision to expand and open a new office in Letterkenny is a great boost for Donegal, as it’s inevitable the firm’s expansion will lead to new jobs being created here in the North West.The firm has been centrally managed by the Lacy family for over 75 years in Kells, Co. Meath but also have offices at the Four Courts, Dublin.The office will be managed by Raphoe native, Jill Vance who has extensive experience in litigation including personal injury litigation, medical negligence, insurance litigation, commercial disputes and land disputes.However, she and her other colleagues also provide the full spectrum of legal services including conveyancing and probate. Over the years, the firm has gained invaluable experience, knowledge and expertise which has resulted in them being engaged by the top private and public insurance companies in Ireland, the UK, Europe and the US.In addition, they have a large private client base to whom they provide a first rate efficient and cost effective service.At the launch party, Senior Partner, Nat Lacy said the opening of the Letterkenny office reiterated the firm’s progressive and expansive strategy.The office was officially opened by President of the Letterkenny Chamber of Commerce, Gerard Grant, who warmly welcomed Nathaniel Lacy & Partners to Letterkenny.Grant said, “It’s fantastic for Donegal, that a firm that is so highly respected throughout Ireland has decided to expand to Donegal.“It’s a great boost for us, and it will no doubt improve the general economic climate here, with new jobs being created. Another notable figure who attended the launch party was the last Mayor of Letterkenny, Pascal Blake.He extended a warm welcome to the firm and wished them every success in their future endeavours.Nathaniel Lacy & Partners Solicitors welcome enquiries and will facilitate all appointments.They may be contacted on 046 9280718 or by email on law@nlacy.ie Pictures above courtesy of Thomas Gallagher.JOBS BOOST FOR DONEGAL AS ONE OF IRELAND’S TOP LAW FIRM OPENS NEW OFFICE was last modified: September 17th, 2014 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)last_img read more


Rajiv continues to impress, takes MOSAC Rally day-one


first_imgRajiv made his motor sport debut in May 2019. (PHOTO/Courtesy)Rajiv Ruparelia has been a revelation in motor sport this year and it seems he will not stop impressing anytime soon.Since making his debut in May, Rajiv has won several rallies and is now on course to winning the MOSAC Rally.On Saturday afternoon, he took day one of the MOSAC Rally, which is the last even on the National Rally Championship (NRC) calendar.Rajiv is however not in the running for the NRC title but in taking day one, beat contenders Yassin Nasser and Arthur Blick Jr.Nasser is currently top ot the NRC log with 415 points while Blick is second on 385.On Saturday, Rajiv clocked an impressive time of 0:16:12:00, a whole 0:01:13:00 ahead of Omar Mayanja/Hussein Mukuye (Mitsubishi Evo X; 0:17:25:00) his closest rival.Nasser came third, 01:15:00 behind Rajiv while Ronald Sebuguzi in Mitsubishi Evo X, posted 0:17:40:04 to notch the 4th position- 0:01:28:04 behind Rajiv.Arthur Blick finished in fifth position, posting 0:18:16:01.In total 27 drivers finished Day 1 of the race. Day 2 of the rally comes on Sunday.In total, there will be 161.75km (competitive) and 126.30km (liaison).Comments Tags: Arthur Blick JrMOSAC RallyRajiv RupareliaYassin Nasserlast_img read more