Gameiro and Parejo put Rubi in trouble

first_imgBoth needed victory and Valencia was the one who took it. Gameiro and Parejo sealed a balsamic triumph for the black and white, who put Rubi in serious trouble. We will see if the Catalan coach gets the credit to continue on the bench against Real Madrid and Sevilla. For now if Mallorca won tomorrow, Betis would be only five of the descent, which are much less than the 11 that separate him from Europe, a train that lost in Mestalla and in which Valencia continues to climb, which was reunited with the sum of three points after five days without doing it. The goal and the presence of Guedes gave a twist to the script of the game. The advantage was good for black and white and very bad for the Betics. Cillessen began to live in peace. This was contributed by the performance of Borja Iglesias, who never chose well when he stepped on the area. But also the tactical movement of Celades, which made its center of the field strong, placing Carlos Soler next to Kondogbia and Parejo. Even Valencia came to play for many minutes without a born center forward. I did not need it. Their weapons were the speed of Guedes and Ferran, which ended up with discomfort.Rubi tried (unsuccessfully) to shake his own with his changes: Aleñá, Tello and Loren Morón. He even modified the tactical drawing and finished with a 4-4-2. But by the time Loren managed to beat Cillessen, Parejo had scored a second goal in favor of the black and white and there was no time for more. Valencia takes a break with three gold points, which keep it.RubyDefeat: “We are marking the issue of effectiveness away from home because we have not just scored. The team has had clear goal situations but we never scored away from home we have done it in the last when you no longer have time, it is what we it’s going on, it’s a game we’ve lived away from home quite a few times. Until the 55th minute or so, we’ve shown a lot of personality and weighed the weight of the ball. Then they had a good time, they had the fortune or the success to score, and although the cons were very clear to them later, the team has emptied to find the tie. “Fight: “No reproach to the players who are trying everything. It tastes bad because we are not doing so badly but there is no way we can take that game away from home. It has been Eibar, Getafe, Vitoria. We are leaving with a draw or a defeat having kicked more than the opponent, the team generates situations but does not score. “Real Madrid: “Madrid can be beat, it is a great team but we will face it to do so.” Goals1-0, 59 ‘: Gameiro, 2-0, 88 ‘: Equal, 2-1, 92 ‘: Loren Morón ChangesGonçalo Guedes (45 ‘, Maxi Gómez), Tello (71 ‘, Joaquin), Aleña (71 ‘, Edgar González), Cheryshev (73 ‘, Gameiro), Loren Morón (81 ‘, Saved), Ruben Nephew (87 ‘, Ferrán Torres) The passage through the dressing room did not change the landscape. Rubi’s were still comfortable and the counterattack that Joaquín y Canales soon conceived was a good example. But Fekir’s final hit only shook the crossbar. The bhetic regrets for their misfortune had a double reason for being: first because sometimes they do not have this every day and then because the thunder of the beating caused Valencia to realize that it was putting one more march into their game or the respectable would begin to get impatient And so, with just one more bit of intensity in the pressure and speed in the circulation, besides obviously precision, it was like Kevin Gameiro’s goal came, breaking an 84-day drought from the front without seeing a door. Valencia, yes, went to rest listening to the occasional whistle from the stands. Maybe they were not more because they went to the locker room after a shot from the front of Gayà, who also starred – more without wanting than wanting – the best occasion until that moment of the game, a center attempt that Joel was poisoned so much that he did not It was a goal because the crossbar did not want to. But, Gayà auctions on the sidelines, Betis was best planted in Mestalla, with the clearest ideas and the cleanest circulation.The basic penalty is that it has been fairly fair lately and also that this time Valencia did have a central guarantee. Gabriel Paulista pulled Dani Parejo from a quagmire shortly after starting the game. The captain gave Fekir a ball in the Cillessen area, which he had not played since he was first injured against Levante in December, and Paulista’s crossing prevented Parejo from fierce criticism.The game later had scare or deal sets for Valencia. Those of Celades breathed calmly when the VAR did not take the opposite to Cordero Vega, who lively understood that Wass’s grip on Borja Iglesias was not far enough or forceful enough to take a penalty for more than the ‘Panda’ fell on the ground. What Valencia did not get rid of was having another tenant in his infirmary. Ferran, Gameiro and Maxi Gómez were also limped. It was the latter who could not continue due to discomfort in his ankle and Guedes entered instead. CardsReferee: Adrián Cordero VegaVAR Referee: Alejandro José Hernández HernándezAlex Moreno (31 ‘, Yellow) Kondogbia (34 ‘, Yellow) Emerson (75 ‘, Yellow) Saved (79 ‘, Yellow) Gayá (86 ‘, Yellowlast_img read more

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20 Farmers End FAO Agriculture Seminar in Zwedru

first_imgTwenty farmers and community residents recently received training to develop the country’s Agriculture sector by improving food production.The farmers ended a four-day United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (UNFAO) workshop in Zwedru, Grand Gedeh County that integrated productivity in agriculture with peace-building in Nimba, River Gee and Maryland Counties. The training of trainers’ seminar built the capacity of the participants through knowledge sharing and skills development for improving production in agriculture, livelihood diversification, peace building and unity fostering.Speaking at the end of the training, the UN Human Security Trust Fund Project Coordinator, Albert Kpassawah, said the project recognized the efforts of past interventions by extending its scope in a developmental context to ensure sustainability. The project also addressed the multi-sector causes of human insecurity in vulnerable populations of southeastern Liberia.He said when the Ivorian crisis broke out in 2010 – 2011, refugees came to Liberia and settled along the border. “Those people received some humanitarian assistance while communities far away from the border didn’t get as much help. It is these areas that are the focus of this project intervention,” added Kpassawah. The project, titled “Human Security Initiative in the Most Neglected Communities with the Integration of Efforts by the UN Country Team in Liberia”, catered to needy beneficiaries in the four counties.The project was a joint effort, comprising FAO, UNICEF, UNFPA, ILO, WFP and UN Women, with support from UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL)) as well as the government of Liberia. Grand Gedeh County Assistant Superintendent for Development, Abraham T. Gbeway, challenged the participants to be up to the task. “It is not just providing food but to also unite the communities. Know that you are in competition not to fail but to become an ambassador for all,” he said.The head of UNMIL Field Office (HOFO), Napoleon Viban, said “it is obvious that food security is vital to national security because a hungry man is an angry man.” He described the workshop was necessary to exert energy and ensure there is peace and security for farmers. He then pledged UNMIL’s total support for the project.The peace-building component of the workshop was conducted by Liberian conflict resolution specialist James C. Ballah who stressed the relevance of peace-building to development. “Peace begins in the family and flows out into the community and society, which is essential for development,” he said.Ballah emphasized that in peace-building people go to great lengths to consolidate peace, and must not stop at what satisfies them. He urged participants to be messengers of peace and avoid acts that serve as ingredients for chaos. He pointed out that of the two main aspects of peace – active peace and passive peace – active peace should be utilized and prioritized much more because “it is positive and constructive based on values and understanding as it flows from within the individual person.” Passive peace, he said, is the opposite and should be avoided when and wherever possible.At the end of the workshop recently, participants pledged their commitment to work with local leaders and farmers. Lydia Y. Dahn from Nimba County said: “I learned new things, especially how to bring peace in communities and how to mediate between conflicting people. I am going home to work with my people on the importance of agriculture and peacebuidling.” Isaac Kyne of Zleh Town, Grand Gedeh County, was clear about his role in his community: “I want to be a role model in building peace in a positive, active manner for farmers and families.” Another participant, Abraham T. Chorbuo of Gbarzon District in Grand Gedeh County, said he will apply his skills on himself, adding, “If I don’t even go into the communities, I will now be able to control my emotions and then be in the position to help other people in my district.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Guyanese media receive training in effective reporting

first_imgThe 2018 media training hosted by the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) to share effective reporting techniques for online media concluded on Sunday at the Guyana Marriott Hotel, Kingston, Georgetown.A section of the audienceMore than 40 media personnel from various entities attended the two-day interactive session spearheaded by award-winning digital media producer Lily Ciric Hoffman.Topics covered during the training included the digital first mindset, writing stories for web to inform the public, enhancing online stories with multimedia elements, ethics and properly crediting online sources and promoting stories on social media.The workshop was a mixture of lectures, case studies, demonstrations, and practical sessions.At the workshop, participants were able to learn of the difference between producing stories and writing for online media as opposed to the traditional way of reporting, writing for the web, multimedia storytelling and promoting stories on social media.The participants were also able to put into practice the new information gained by working in groups following which the information shared was recapped by participants and corrected where necessary.Media personnels at the eventAccording to Hoffman, who has both web design/development and journalism degrees coupled with more than a decade of experience, it is the aim of PAHO to educate and enhance the skills of the media.Media personnel in attendance were also encouraged to submit stories for the PAHO media awards to be hosted later this year. Panellist Denis Chabrol led an interactive session based on the freedom of the press as well as law and ethics.He discussed the dos and don’ts when reporting on sensitive issues such as sexual offences and domestic offences among others.The workshop concluded with brief remarks from PAHO/World Health Organisation (WHO) Representative, Dr William Adu-Krow, who applauded the initiative and encouraged the hosting of more of a similar nature in the future.last_img read more

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Felix: Over 7000 Haitian nationals unaccounted for

first_imgWith 8476 Haitian nationals having arrived in the country for the year so far, only 1170 have left, leaving more than 7000 immigrants unaccounted for – but there seems to be a lack of response from the Government to address the issue under the Ministry of the Presidency for the period of January 2019 to July 2019.While the issue of foreign nationals overstaying their time in the country is not a new one, the numbers have significantly increased since 2015.In 2013, 188 Haitians arrived in Guyana with 99 departures; and in 2014, 227 arrived and 113 departed.But in 2015, there were 770 arrivals and only 136 departures; in 2016, 722 arrivals with 451 departures; in 2017, 3515 arrivals and 291 departures; and in 2018, 1237 arrivals with only 85 departures.While Government has long contended that the immigrants may be leaving Guyana illegally to head to Brazil or Suriname (to head to French Guiana), there has been no concrete moves by authorities to monitor the situation or attempt to put a stop to the illegal movement of people.These numbers of unaccounted Haitians had raised major concerns, especially for the parliamentary Opposition – which has alleged that there might be a people-smuggling racket afoot.But Minister of Citizenship, Winston Felix in a statement on Monday night said there is no evidence of such.“…the Guyana Police Force has made checks and to date, has found no evidence to indicate even a single instance of people smuggling or Trafficking in Persons (TIP), relative to the Haitian travellers,” the statement outlined.Citizenship Minister Winston FelixThe Minister also contended that the records show that of all the cases regarding Trafficking in Persons, Haitians were not involved.“In effect, the Department has been working with the police on each report of trafficking in persons and this has been so since 2015. For 2019, the police encountered 18 cases of TIP, 13 persons were charged and 7 cases were brought before the courts.“The police, who have been working on TIP since 2014, has never encountered a Haitian who is [a] victim of TIP and similarly, they have not charged any Haitian with relation to TIP and that is instructive as to the nature of the Haitians’ presence in Guyana. They are not victims of trafficking nor have we encountered them smuggled into any territory or Guyana,” the Minister noted.The Citizenship Minister had reiterated that those unaccounted Haitians might be leaving through the “backtrack” (unauthorised ports) to go to other countries.“Many of the news outlets have been making heavy weather of the Haitians who cannot be accounted for. We have large and unprotected borders on the East with Suriname, on the West with Venezuela and on the South with Brazil. It is very easy to travel from certain parts of the Rupununi to Brazil because of the porous borders. For Suriname, there is the decades-old back track, which the Haitians utilise to travel across and then onward to Cayenne,” he said.Furthermore, he explained that the legislative adjustment to Schedule II of the Immigration Act, Cap 14:02, might be another reason for the influx of Haitians.The Act was amended to include Haiti as a beneficiary to the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME), which facilitates free movement within the region and automatic entry and stay of six months in Caricom countries.Prior to the amendment, the Act had facilitated the six-month automatic stay to other Caricom member states including Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, The Bahamas, Montserrat, Grenada, Jamaica, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago with the exception of Haiti, whose nationals had required a visa and were only allowed to stay for up to 90 days or three months.Since then, Haitians no longer need a visa to travel to Guyana and are afforded the same treatment and welcome that other Caricom nationals have enjoyed.last_img read more

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Welcoming wildlife to your yard

first_imgWampole’s rented Castaic home sits on a sprawling ranch that attracts three varieties of owls, migratory birds, foxes, coyotes and bobcats – “an outrageous wildlife corridor.” But a grand nature-magnet isn’t needed to snag a certification. Participants simply provide food, water, cover and a haven for species to raise their young. They need not devote the whole yard to the effort, and apartment, townhome or mobile home dwellers who have patios, rooftops or balconies and a green thumb are eligible. At least 15 households in Santa Clarita are certified. Sydell Stokes tends greenery on the patio of her Valencia condominium, whose sprawling grounds host seasonal visits by Canada geese. “I have a feeder for the finches and one for the hummingbirds,” she said. A Chinese silk tree, once indoors, has grown so tall it towers above her unit’s second story. Her application’s in. SANTA CLARITA – The city has long sought to encircle Santa Clarita with a greenbelt, but a local environmentalist wants to embroider it with a big green patchwork quilt. Nature lover Barbara Wampole backs a voluntary plan in which folks plant wildlife-friendly habitats in their yards. Over time, the hundreds of gardens could roughly enjoin, creating a blanket of mottled green. “People are looking for ways to make a difference as individuals at a time when they think there are serious environmental issues,” Wampole said. “Oftentimes they feel they can’t do anything as an individual. This gives them the opportunity to do something meaningful and joyful at the same time.” Wampole’s garden is among 77,000 that have been certified since the National Wildlife Federation created its habitats program in 1973. Participants agree to provide natural amenities for birds, animals and beneficial insects. The food can be native plants chock-a-block with nuts, berries and pollen, or supplemental feeders. Plants can double as shelter – as when raccoons nest in an oak tree cavity. The program has gained momentum in the past three years, when about half of the participants have joined. Residential sites are the norm, but schools, places of worship, community gardens, nature centers and zoos take part. Children are transfixed by boxes that attract birds, butterflies and ladybugs in the small demonstration garden at San Jose’s Happy Hollow Park and Zoo. “It’s an opportunity to show children that it’s not just about animals in the zoo, it’s also about the animals that live in their own community, in their own backyard,” said Vanessa Rogier, a spokeswoman for the zoo. Wampole’s not off-base thinking big. Twenty-two communities around the globe are certified and another 20 are in the pipeline. Alpine, a tiny burg on the outskirts of San Diego, which was the first community to be certified – in 1998 – sparked the creation of the community habitat program, said Roxanne Paul, a spokeswoman for the federation. On a larger scale, Sonoma County was certified last year. Its plethora of vineyards and farms would seem like a slam dunk, but homeowners, schools and small businesses nailed it. “It’s saving the government a tremendous amount of money because homeowners are greening,” said Elaine Neiswender, an ambassador for the federation. “In our area, people take on little city parks, the creek beds, sidewalks, any area they can have access to.” A mass infiltration of painted lady butterflies roughly a year ago set folks afire. “They would land in one of the established wildlife habitats, then you would see them flying en masse to the next one and land, and they just kept going to each of the wildlife habitats!” Neiswender said. “There was a buzz of everyone on the phone, `Are they are your house yet?!”‘ Like the butterflies, Wampole hopes to link the households, one by one. She’s mulled the citywide project with Paul for more than a year. “The idea is to create greenways through the Santa Clarita Valley that connect our open spaces right through suburban spaces,” Wampole said. A critical mass of sites would need to accrue, and the city would need to launch education and community projects, Paul said. Existing efforts, such as the annual Santa Clara River cleanup and native plant sales would likely qualify. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, in Newhall, has signed on with its Ark Project, an on-site habitat. “An ark holds sacred things … it is a ship of life,” said the Rev. Lynn Jay. “We’re to be the stewards of creation, co-creators with God. The planet is an ark and we are to create small arks to carry life.” The city has its embarked on its own environmental projects. A new open space measure is in the works after an earlier attempt failed, and the city recently built a state-of-the-art $30 million “green” bus maintenance facility. “We definitely want to see Barbara’s project at city environmental events, such as Arbor Day on May 19, to promote this concept to our community,” said Heather Merenda, the city’s sustainability planner. “I totally embrace this concept – it’s one of those things where there isn’t a `lose.”‘ Folks shouldn’t worry browsing critters will shred their prize roses or exotics, said botanist Ileene Anderson – they much prefer native species. “You plant the plants that are the basis of the habitat in the area and the animals will know how to use them,” she said. Finches love Malcolm Blue’s dead lime tree, fringed by a dead asparagus fern – killed by the recent freeze. But it was the squawking bluejay that drew him to the window. “He cautiously backed himself up against the wall and literally spread himself flat,” Blue said. A hawk swooped down and split after failing to spot the jay. “I saw the bluejay slowly lower himself on the ground and take off again.” judy.orourke@dailynews.com (661) 257-5255 How to help The National Wildlife Federation operates its habitat program on the honor system, and a $15 fee supports its education and conservation programs. For information, call (800) 822-9919 or see www.nwf.org/bwh. Barbara Wampole can be contacted through St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church at (661) 259-7307 or at ark@wampole.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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Jurgen Klopp interview: ‘It’s Liverpool or Sunderland… what a choice!

first_img*DISCLAIMER: Like Chelsea’s Premier League title defence this season, this is pure comedy. Do not take it seriously!Plenty of Liverpool fans are praying former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp will succeed Brendan Rodgers as boss of the Reds (check out our poll here), but what has the man himself got to say on the matter?Frankly, right now we don’t know, so we got our ever unreliable translator to go to work on a Klopp press conference and you can see the results above.If you do speak German, turn the sound off and read the subtitles with a comedy Steve McClaren foreign accent.last_img read more

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DD HEALTH WATCH: DON’T BE A NITWIT – TELL THE SCHOOL

first_imgHEALTH WATCH: DON’T BE A NITWIT- TELL THE SCHOOLNits are a part of school life whether we like it or not.One in ten children suffer from head lice at any one time, according to the Irish Pharmacy Union. If you think they suddenly disappear when young people attend secondary school- think again.Schools do their best by sending global texts to parents to remind them to check their children’s hair but if you don’t inform the school that your child has head lice then it just becomes a vicious, itchy, cycle for everyone. Every weekend for weeks.Having head lice, also called nits, doesn’t mean you’re dirty.Head lice are tiny insects that live in human hair. They’re very small (about the size of a sesame seed) and are browny-grey in colour. They have six legs, each with a claw on the end. They use these to cling on to hair, and they survive by biting the scalp and feeding on blood. This often causes itching, but not always.The female head lice lay eggs in sacs that stick to individual hairs. A baby head louse then hatches 7 to 10 days later.If your child has head lice, you might be able to spot the remains of the tiny white egg in their hair. This is called a “nit”. Some people also use the word “nit” to mean “head lice”.The baby head louse is ready to have babies of its own 10 to 14 days later.Head lice crawl from head to head when you’re close to someone who has them. Children are particularly at risk because they’re often in close contact with other children at school.Head lice can’t fly or jump, and it’s very rare to get head lice from a pillow or a towel as they can’t survive away from a human head for very long.53% of people who have them don’t itch and if your child doesn’t itch you probably don’t look. To avoid getting caught out do a weekly or fortnightly check with a nit comb so you can catch them early.If you think your child may have head lice:Check your child’s hair. The most common places for head lice to lurk are in the hair behind the ears and at the nape of the neck. If you still can’t spot any lice, comb the child’s hair with a special nit comb. These are available from most chemists. It’s easier to spot head lice as they fall out if you comb the hair over a piece of white paper.Nits are the eggs of head lice and can be hard to detect, this is what causes re-infection.Many people find that after clearing their child it’s all back three to four weeks later and this means they must have re-caught them from someone.The lice might have been removed but not all the nits and 3 to 4 weeks later those nits have hatched and matured.To break this cycle you have to keep clearing both the nits as well as the lice out of the hair, day after day. If not, the nits hatch, mature, mate, they lay eggs, those eggs mature, hatch and so on. There are multiple over-the-counter preparations available – all of which involve applying a solution to the head and washing it off. But that’s when the real hard work starts – the fine combing.Lice are killed by the treatments, but eggs can survive and later hatch, so they need to be ‘fine combed’ out.Fine combing needs to be done daily, and can be aided by using lots of conditioner to make it easier to get through the hair and get the eggs to slip off.After seven days you should treat again.DD HEALTH WATCH: DON’T BE A NITWIT – TELL THE SCHOOL was last modified: March 9th, 2016 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:Donegal Daily Health Watchhead licehealth advicenitslast_img read more

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Tottenham transfer BLOW? Borussia Dortmund poised to sign Spurs target

first_img1 Borussia Dortmund are close to tying up a deal for Tottenham target Maximilian Philipp.The Freiburg forward is a wanted man this summer and Spurs are one of several clubs chasing him.However, after Marco Reus recently suffered a serious knee injury which could rule him out until October, Dortmund have joined the race.And now, according to Bild, the German club are on the cusp of wrapping up a deal for Philipp.Dortmund are reportedly forking over £17.5m to land the 23-year-old, which meets the German’s release-clause.Philipp is now putting the final touches to personal terms ahead of a move to Westfalenstadion after a medical was reportedly completed on Monday night. Maximilian Philipp last_img read more

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SOCCER: SUNDAY’S RESULTS FROM THE DONEGAL LEAGUE

first_imgDONEGALDAILY.COM SOCCER RESULTSBrian McCormick Sports Premier DivisionGweedore Celtic 3 Kilmacrennan Celtic 0Dunkineely Celtic 2 Lifford Celtic 2Eany Celtic 4 Drumoghill  3Castlefin Celtic 1 Lagan Harps 1Milford United 0 Glenea United 2Milford Inn Division OneRaphoe Town 0 Arranmore United 0Cappry Rovers P-P Rathmullan CelticDonegal Town 0 Gweedore United 0Dunlewy Celtic 4 Convoy Celtic 2St Catherine’s 0 Curragh Athletic 1 CT Ball Division TwoCopany Rovers 4 Ballybofey United 3Cranford United 3 Drumbar United 2Glenree United 3 Bonagee United 1Letterbarrow Celtic 1 Keadue Rovers 3Whitestrand United 0 Kerrykeel 71 FC 1SOCCER: SUNDAY’S RESULTS FROM THE DONEGAL LEAGUE was last modified: January 23rd, 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:SOCCER: SUNDAY’S RESULTS FROM THE DONEGAL LEAGUElast_img read more

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DDTV VIDEO: GET READY FOR THE BUNDORAN 10-MILE RUN WITH THIS VIDEO GUIDE

first_imgBY EAMON HARVEY: The Cara Bundoran 10 mile Challenge, on this Saturday 10th March, is building up to be a huge success. Entries from near and far continue to pour in ; two charities will benifit from the race; local groups across the North West continue to train and prepare for the event.If you have not yet entered take a quick look at www.carabundoranrun.com and fill out in an entry form- you won’t regret it. You can watch a video of the route here: http://vimeo.com/user10611123The race will have Chip Timing, Mile Markers – Split Times given at Every Mile, Water Stations, Souvenir Technical Fabric T-Shirt for all finishers, High Quality Goodie Bag for ALL Finishers, Course Accurately measured using the Jones M. plus €2,000 in prize money.I hope to see you there, EamonDDTV VIDEO: GET READY FOR THE BUNDORAN 10-MILE RUN WITH THIS VIDEO GUIDE was last modified: March 7th, 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:bundoran 10 mile runlast_img read more

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