Suspended National Port Authority (NPA) Managing Director, Matilda Parker, accused of awarding a bogus wreck removal contract valued at US$800,000 to Denmar Enterprise, has been indicted by the Government of Liberia (GOL).Defendant Parker, her Comptroller, Christina K. Paelay, and Deneah M. Flomo, chief executive officer of Denmar Enterprise, were charged with the commission of the crimes of economic sabotage, theft of property and criminal conspiracy.Up to press time last night, it was not clear whether or not their legal counsels had filed their response to the indictment.Under the alleged contract, Denmar Enterprise owned by one Deneah M. Flomo was to assess all wreckage in the Port of Greenville, Sinoe County and to generate a bill of quantity and cost for the removal of the debris.Defendant Flomo was also expected to provide a projected plan for the removal of the wreckage at the port.According to the contract, 50 percent paymentin the amount of US$250,000 should have been made upon the signing of the agreement. Upon the removal of the first quantity of wreckage, 25 percent payment amounting to US$125,000 should have been made and the remaining 25 percent in the amount of US$125,000 was expected to be paid upon the removal of the second batch of wreckage.But GOL alleges that co-defendant Flomo did not perform any of the work prescribed under the Wreck Removal Contract signed with the NPA on July 30, 2011.Rather, co-defendants Parker and Paelay allegedly paid and/or caused to be paid, three checks totaling US$500K to co-defendant Flomo for services that were reportedly never rendered the NPA, and allegedly converted the amount to their personal use and benefits, thereby defrauding the NPA, and the Government and people of Liberia.The accused accordingly conspired with and created an opportunity for co-defendant Flomo to join them in defrauding the government and Liberians of the amount of US$500K, according to the indictment.The payment was allegedly made by three checks to co-defendant Flomo. On August 20, 2011 the amount of US$250,000 was paid via Ecobank check number 00417447 and on December 20, 2011, the amount of US$125,000 was paid via the same bank on check number 00418553. The balance amount of US$125,000 was paid via check number 2045604 on June 28, 2012.The court document further alleges that on August 2, 2012, co-defendants Parker and Paelay entered into another contract valued at US$300K with a purported Recognized Security Organization (RSO), named and styled Denmar Enterprise, whose sole proprietor is co-defendant Flomo without the so called “Recognized Security Organization”(RSO) obtaining the required approval of the Designated Authority, The Liberia Maritime Authority, to carry out security related services within the Freeport of Monrovia and the Ports of Buchanan and Greenville.According to the court document, the contract did not define what the first and second wrecks were. Furthermore the contract was never presented to the Legal Department of the National Port Authority (NPA) by either co-defendants Parker or Paelay for its review, which is the normal procedure within the NPA system.The alleged fraud was discovered by the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC) when co-defendant Flomo appeared before it and subsequently admitted that he is only a high school graduate and that he is not a wreck engineer. He further admitted that he has never conducted any Port Facility Security Assessment neither did he remove any wreckage from the port of Greenville.Instead, it was co-defendant Christina Kpabar-Paelay that he first interacted with while seeking a contract for the supply of stationery to the NPA. He said that he was requested by co-defendant Paelay to supply stationery to the port valued at US$3,000 on a pre-financed basis, the LACC claimed.It also quoted, defendant Flomo as saying “a few days after he supplied the stationery to NPA, co-defendant Paelay called him and gave him a check of US$250,000, prepared in his name for encashment. He said that he was accompanied by her to Ecobank’s Vai Town Branch where he cashed the check and turned over the full amount of US$250,000 to co-defendant Paelay.”The court document further states that Flomo claimed defendant Paelay in turn rewarded him with an amount of US$3,000 for his role in the grand conspiracy with Matilda Parker and Christina Kparbar-Paelay.The LACC said during the investigation, Flomo further revealed in his written statement that several other checks were subsequently written in his name in respect to both the Wreck Removal Contract and the ISPS consultancy Contract/Port Facility Security assessment contract.He confessed that he has no knowledge of wreck engineering and did not remove a single load of wreckage from the Port of Greenville neither did he carry out any port facility security assessment in any of the ports named in the contract.The indictment drawn by the Special Grand Jury for Montserrado County, alleged that between July 2011, up to and including December 2012, at the Head Offices of the NPA, co-defendants, Parker and Paelay by virtue of their employment and/or positions within the said entity, did knowingly and intentionally collude and conspire with Co-Defendants Flomo and his Denmar Enterprise to defraud and did defraud the NPA of the amount of US$837,950.The court document further claimed that under the contract, defendant Flomo was to report directly to the deputy managing director for operations at the NPA.But, the document alleges, the director for operations denied having any knowledge about the execution and that he never met or interacted with defendant Flomo or any of his representatives.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The orator: Hon Elias Shoniyin -NCCC Graduates Urged, The graduates of the Nimba County Community College have been urged not to be afraid to explore further education, as they exit the walls of the college with their “AA” degrees.Delivering the keynote address at the commencement convocation on January 12, 2019, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. B. Elias Shoniyin, told the graduates, “for some of you, this is the end of your official scholastic journey, while for others, the journey goes on to another level, a full Bachelor of Arts degree or beyond.”“But, I urged you to not be afraid to explore further education, for therein lie the adventure that will guarantee the expansion of your intellects and success,” he said.Hon. Shoniyin, who spoke on the theme, “How the DCD Government is Rebuilding the Liberian Educational System” stimulated the consciousness of the graduates for pursuing a realistic, but optimist future.He said, “the event we celebrate today, marks a milestone and a turning point in the lives of you, young men and women, who are honored here today.”“It is milestone, because you have taken a major step in reaching your life goal, the essence of your aspirations as you ascend in the journey of life,” he said.“Today marks a turning point for many of you, not because degrees are being conferred on you, but that you are headed out there into the real world. It is a turning point because you must now step forward to begin a new journey that offers much promise from which there must be no return to your past life, the sky can no longer be your limit,” he added.Hon. Shoniyin explained that the Administration of President George Manneh Weah recognizes that education is a catalyst for driving sustainable socio-economic development which would lead Liberia into a prosperous future.He added that to maintain the peace, education remains a paramount commitment of government that is why the pillar #1 of the Pro-poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development (PAPD) promises power to the people, which marks the new dawn for Liberia’s development.“Noting the urgency of investing in the people, particularly the youth, as promised in the PAPD, President Weah demonstrated his government’s unrelenting dedication when he declared tuition free for all public universities and colleges in Liberia,” he said.Explaining the government’s recognition of empowerment of our people, where 60% of the population is under the age of 35, many of whom were war affected youth, he told the graduates, “The government and the people of this county have given you an undeniable platform, where you have engrossed ourselves in the doctrine of academia for the last two years.”The Nimba County Community College graduated about 126 students in this 4th Commencement Convocation with associate of arts degrees.Among the 126 graduates, the Department of Science and Agriculture put out 103 students. This department offered several courses, including geology, forestry, general agriculture, mining engineering, information technology, laboratory technology, natural resource management and nursing.However, the President of the college Dr. Edward Lama Wonkeryor has expressed many thanks and appreciation to President George M. Weah the opportunity given them to help move the country forward in a process aimed at enhancing peace, reconciliation and development.He said the NCCC is a developing institution, with the aim and objective to provide knowledge, skills and to encourage individuals to develop self-esteem.However, Dr. Wonkeryor has expressed some financial difficulties, since he took over as president of the college last year. “Currently, the college is faced with a multiplicity of challenges critical among which is the issue of finance,” he said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The attack on a cargo vessel in the Essequibo River earlier this month, which resulted in two men on the boat being severely wounded, was not piracy related.G Division Commander Khali PareshramThis is according to Commander of G Division (Essequibo Coast-Islands), Khali Pareshram, who told Guyana Times in an interview on Saturday that while his ranks are still investigating this, there was never a report about it being a piracy act.He stated that the suspects and the injured men are known to each other. It is believed that the group of men had a dispute with each other and this led to the planned attack on the cargo vessel on May 9, 2019.However, no one is presently in Police custody.“No, it is nothing of the sort of piracy. We are investigating an incident where we have made progress… we have made two arrests. They were in custody and released on bail.”Earlier this week, Deputy Police Commissioner and Crime Chief, Lyndon Alves, confirmed that the incident is now in the hands of detectives in Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam).Guyana Times understands that the cargo vessel with a three-man crew came under attack at about 22:00h on Thursday last. The cargo vessel was said to be heading to Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) from Parika, Region Three (Essequibo Islands-West Demerara) when the attack occurred.Reports are two of the crew members were hospitalised after being chopped about their bodies by the attackers. At the time of the incident, one crew member managed to escape after he jumped into the Essequibo River where he waited out the attack on his co-workers.He then managed to swim back to the vessel, where he found his co-workers badly wounded. The man subsequently called for assistance on a cellular phone.The attackers also carted off with an undisclosed sum of cash that was to be used to purchase fuel and supplies.
Popular Disc Jockey Wavel “DJ Bashment” Sabsook called Javid of Lot 196 Samtta Point, Grove, East BankDead: Wavel “DJ Bashment” SabsookDemerara (EBD) died early Sunday morning when the vehicle he was travelling in crashed into a fence and burst into flames.Reports are that the DJ, 31, was with a friend Shameer Mohammed, heading home from a party when the accident occurred about 05:00h in front of the Distribution Services Limited (DSL), Diamond, EBD.This newspaper was told that the impact of the collision caused the DJ, not wearing a seatbelt, to hurtle through the window of the vehicle, landing on the roadside and the car bursting into flame. Mohammed survived with minor injuries.According to the entertainer’s mother, Bibi Sabsook, the young man told her that he was going to “look after a music system over the river and would be home early” as he is the owner of ‘Bashment Family Sound System’.She recalled that at about 05:30h she heard persons shouting “Bashment lives here! Bashment lives here!” and she peeped outside and noticed a car parked with the headlights facing their home. She said that she thought it was someone coming to rent her son’s system but they called to her telling her that her son was in an accident.The distraught mother went to the scene of the accident and noticed her son’s lifeless body lying on the road.Flustered, the mother said her son was taken by the Police to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre and then transported to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he was pronounced dead.The mother added that Wavel is her only son, having lost her daughter 31 years ago and her husband 23 years ago.At the home, scores of relatives and friends were comforting the grieve-struck family and were assisting in preparation for wake.Sabsook was described as a kind-hearted young man, who always wore a smile.Sabsook leaves to mourn his daughter of four years, common-law wife Cynthya Chanballi, and mother. (Romario Samaroo)
Residences and businesses close to the Charity Market on the Essequibo Coast are under floodwaters again as a result of clogged drains, caused by littering.Speaking with Guyana Times on Saturday, Charity/Urasara Neighbourhood Democratic Councillor Ryan Vanslygtman said illegal vending is to be blamed for the situation. According to Vanslygtman, illegal vendors are placing their stalls directly over the drainage structures, and are throwing all their waste materials into the drainage system, which is presently clogged.He noted that floodwaters were over 12 inches high in some areas, and even the public road was partially flooded. The councillor said that when flooding occurs, legitimate businesses and vendors are made to suffer the most damage and losses. He said the issue is something that has been plaguing the area for some time now.“The legal businesses are the ones suffering the most, because they are paying all their taxes and still have to compete with the illegal sellers, who come to Charity on a daily basis and destroy the environment by leaving all their garbage behind,” Vanslygtman said.Every time it rains heavily, he said, Charity businesses are forced to endure the same fate.“The tide in the Pomeroon River is low and still the water (is) not draining…that is showing clearly is the garbage blocking the system,” he added.Meanwhile, the business community in the area is calling on the regional administration to clamp down on illegal vending.On Saturday, a regional engineering team visited the flooded area. The Regional Democratic Council for Region Two, on its Facebook page, said it was very evident that there was blockage due to garbage backup and neglected internal drains.“The Regional Administration is calling on vendors and residents to desist from disposing of garbage in the drainage system,” it stated. (Mohanlall Seulall)
The Griffins (25-4), who are looking to win their second straight CIF-SS title after capturing the I-AA crown last year, advance to the semifinals on Tuesday when they will play second-seeded M.L. King (27-3) at a site yet to be determined. “We got away with a blown assignment at the end,” Los Alamitos coach Russ May said. “I don’t know how that guy got so wide open. When I saw him shoot, I was like, where did he come from but I’m sure glad he missed.” LOS ALAMITOS – In the final seconds of the fourth quarter, the Etiwanda High boys basketball team had an excellent opportunity to beat Los Alamitos, but the Eagles lost when their last shot turned to mud. Xavier Mudd missed a wide-open 3-pointer at the buzzer that would have given Etiwanda the win but instead, the Griffins escaped with a 49-47 win in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division I-A playoffs at Los Alamitos High on Friday night. The Griffins played an excellent first half and wound up taking a 27-20 lead into halftime. The Eagles (22-8), however, came out on fire to start the third quarter, going on a 7-0 run to tie the game and they eventually took a 31-30 lead on a basket by Erick Ellis. The lead would change hands four more times by quarter’s end but Clint Amberry, who led all scorers with 21 points, hit a 3-pointer to give Los Alamitos a 36-35 advantage heading into the fourth quarter. Neither team was able to take more than a three-point lead in the final eight minutes and the game came down to free throws. Darryl Davis made a free throw with 4.1 seconds left to give the Griffins a 49-47 lead but he missed the second. The Eagles grabbed the ball but instead of calling timeout, they raced down the floor where Mudd was left wide open on the baseline for his shot. “That was the only time I doubted we were going to win,” Amberry said. “The whole game, we played hard and I just knew we were going to come out on top but then I saw him shoot and my heart stopped. “When he missed, I was relieved and excited at the same time.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
A LETTERKENNY man, who urinated at a cell door in a Garda station after calling Gardaí ‘c****’ has been handed a suspended sentence.Tony Ward, (55), of 50 Ard O’Donnell was before Letterkenny District Court, charged with an assault on a staff member at Letterkenny University Hospital on April 22, 2019; with intoxication and threatening behaviour at LUH; and with criminal damage to the ceiling and floor at Letterkenny Garda Station. After assaulting a member of staff at LUH, Ward became abusive, referring to female members of staff in the hospital as ‘c****’.The court heard that Ward continued his aggressive behaviour after being arrested and called Gardaí ‘c****’.“When taken to Letterkenny Garda Station, he exposed himself and tried to urinate at the hatch,” Sergeant Jim Collins told the court. “He proceeded to urinate at the cell door.”Solicitor for Ward, Patsy Gallagher, said his client suffers from ‘a disease of loneliness’. “He can’t believe he did it,” Mr Gallagher said. “He had bene self medicating and had been in contact with an organisation, who he spoke with until assistance came. He has got progressively worse, physically and mentally.”Judge Paul Kelly said: “The court and the probation services have bent over backwards previously. We have heard this before and now he is back causing trouble for people in the hospital and he broke a peace bond.” Judge Kelly imposed a fine of €100, giving six months to pay, for the public order offence.For the assault on the staff member at LUH, Ward was given a two-month sentence, suspended for 12 months on his own bond of €100 and with the condition that he not commit any offence under the non-fatal offences against the person act.Suspended sentence for man who urinated in Garda station was last modified: June 21st, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Judge Paul KellyletterkennyLetterkenny District CourtLetterkenny Garda stationTony Ward
The HSE in Donegal is providing a series of self management courses for people with long term conditions and for carers of people with long term conditions that promote self care. Self care means looking after yourself and your general health so that you can manage your life and not just your condition.Participants, to date, have reported a significant positive impact on their lives from implementing the skills they have learned from the self management courses. They have also enjoyed learning from other people with long term conditions in an informal setting.Paula Quinn of the HSE in Donegal says; “A long term condition can be anything from cardiovascular disease, asthma, back pain, depression, neurological problems, Crohn’s disease to high blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, obesity or multiple sclerosis. In fact, it is any health condition that detrimentally affects your health in the longer term. “If you have a long term condition, being in control will result in greater confidence and better health and well-being. You probably know quite a lot about your own condition already, and you may even feel that you are managing your condition very well, but the self management courses can provide you with additional support to help make the choices that suit you in areas that you may feel you need that little bit of extra help.” The self management courses are free of charge and are run over six weekly sessions, each lasting 2 ½ hours. Courses are being provided across the county. If you would like some more information on this course or would like to book a place on a course, you can contact the HSE Consumer Services Department on 9189016 or email email@example.com All enquiries are welcome. HEALTH: HSE ANNOUNCES FREE SELF-CARE COURSE FOR DONEGAL was last modified: February 13th, 2013 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:HEALTH: HSE ANNOUNCES FREE SELF-CARE COURSE FOR DONEGAL
WEATHER WARNING: ROADS across many parts of Co Donegal are treacherous again this morning after slush and snow froze solid overnight.Motorists are warned to drive with extreme care today.It follows a series of accidents across the county yesterday; and long tailbacks on the Barnesmore Gap last night. The ice will slowly thaw later – and a new storm will hit Ireland later today.Met Eireann has issued a RED ALERT warning for Cork and Kerry.The forecaster has issued a yellow alert for Donegal from 2pm today.Wind Warning for Cavan, Monaghan, Donegal, Dublin, Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Longford, Louth, Wicklow, Offaly, Westmeath, Meath, Leitrim, Roscommon, Sligo and Tipperary Extremely windy weather will sweep up from the south during today, Wednesday.Westerly winds 50 to 65 km/h will gust to 100 to 110 km/h.Issued:Wednesday 12 February 2014 00:45Valid:Wednesday 12 February 2014 14:00 to Wednesday 12 February 2014 23:00 WEATHER WARNING: ICE ON ROADS, NEW STORM ON THE WAY was last modified: February 12th, 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:NEW STORM ON THE WAYWEATHER WARNING: ICE ON ROADS
More than 120 runners and walkers came together for a special Autism Action 5K in Letterkenny today.Congrats to everyone who turned out for a great cause.Here are the results. place Number Time name club category1 158 18.56 adrian gill ind sm2 126 19.09 damien o donnell ind sm3 312 19.4 barry mackey lac m50+ 4 253 19.55 gearad callaghan 247 m40+5 233 20.1 padric mcginley ind sm6 147 20.2 james donnaghey cac m40+7 314 20.41 kevin higgins ind sm8 184 21.29 terrance diver ind m40+ 9 133 21.35 james mclauhlin ind m50+10 234 21.48 angus hunter ind sm11 125 22.02 noel mccormac ind m40+12 159 22.04 james pat mcdaid ind sm 13 134 22.22 shannon mclaughlin ind jw14 129 22.25 mark rodgers ind sm15 241 22.32 eugene mcginley ind sm16 128 22.41 paddy mcgettigan ind sm17 137 23.27 joseph sweeney ind m40+18 136 23.4 phillip connoly lac m60+19 150 23.57 stephen mc crory ind m40+20 238 24.09 brian Docherty swanlings m40+21 153 24.1 jonathan wilson ind sm22 248 24.16 amanda mc nulty 247 sw23 325 24.37 hugh dorrian ind sm24 259 24.44 pj sweeney finn m50+25 251 24.5 trevor dunncan ind m40+26 313 24.57 hayleigh ferry ind sw27 242 25.05 angela doran ind sw28 327 25.14 lorrain duffy swanlings sw29 328 25.22 dean spencer ind m40+30 188 25.3 cj mcginley lac m40+31 243 25.34 mark gildae r4f sm32 149 25.39 clair nelis ind sw33 140 25.42 gearldine o connor f4f sw34 239 25.49 stella mccole ind sw35 138 25.58 mark russtle ind jm36 330 26 maureen mcbrerty r4f w40+37 334 26.21 ann Doherty ind sw38 256 26.24 jean mcglinchey ind w50+39 191 26.49 arron clarke ind jm40 127 27.06 antony gildae ind m40+41 199 27.13 linda edmunson ind sw42 250 27.22 jimmy gildae lac m50+43 249 27.32 tanya Doherty r4f sw44 164 27.53 adam Callaghan ind w45 320 28.01 denise mc bride 247 w40+46 321 28.01 mary mclaughlin ind sw47 185 28.08 lee gallagher ind jm48 186 28.08 hughie mcgee ind sm49 154 28.1 liam haughy swanlings m50+50 183 28.15 roisin gardiner ind sw51 311 28.27 machelle coyle f4f sw52 187 28.32 mary mcbrerty r4f sw53 310 29.24 louise doherty ind w40+54 322 29.36 angela gallagher ind sw55 332 29.51 fiona hunter ind w56 318 29.57 shaun o donnell swanlings m50+57 244 29.57 mary o donnell swanlings sw58 135 30.01 eilean mclaughlin ind w50+59 252 30.26 rosy coyle f4f sw60 141 30.32 brenda devine f4f sw61 245 30.34 eugene mcfadden ind sm62 317 30.49 karina gildae lac jw63 319 31.01 shaun o donnell swanlings m50+64 157 31.12 benny sweeney cac sm65 139 31.16 irene o connor f4f sw66 309 31.32 irene mcfadden ind sw67 315 31.55 tracy loughrey ind w68 163 32.15 eoin callaghan ind w69 316 32.17 rebecca moore ind w70 279 33.46 brenda o donnell ind w71 236 34.02 eamon rustle ind sm72 165 34.04 bernie brennan ind sw73 178 34.05 rebecca neeley ind w74 254 34.09 marina cassidy ind w50+75 255 34.2 cathy nee ind w50+76 195 34.2 sharon brown ind sw77 181 34.26 charlenne neeley ind w78 323 34.39 amanda boyce ind sw79 170 34.5 martin mccafferty ind m40+80 169 35.01 paula mccafferty ind w81 179 35.02 gary gardiner ind w82 197 35.34 richard gardine r ind w83 329 36.47 ann spencer ind w40+84 246 36.5 sarah russtle ind sw85 260 36.53 katleen sweeney ind w50+86 326 40.17 clair temple ind w87 148 40.24 josey gallagher ind m60+88 173 41.15 mark enderson ind w89 151 42.44 mary gamble ind w90 152 42.36 dara gamble ind w91 124 43.03 josephine castillo ind w92 237 43.39 mary devlin ind w40+93 161 43.56 connor callaghen ind w94 162 44 catch Callaghan ind w95 160 44 jason brown ind w96 155 45.25 aidan mcfadden ind w97 123 46.35 shayler uddin ind w98 189 46.4 linda clarke ind sw99 190 46.41 dillion clarke ind jm100 193 47.06 taylor clarke ind w101 192 47.06 william clarke ind w102 235 47.4 ann marie russtle ind sw103 247 47.3 ann russtle ind sw104 331 47.37 mary gallagher ind w105 156 47.56 sally mooney ind w106 175 47.56 joshua duffy ind w107 174 47.15 pauric duffy ind w108 333 48.47 helen mcconnel ind w109 280 48.55 maria louge ind w110 145 48.55 jayden friel ind w111 144 49.02 cody friel ind w112 142 49.02 lucia moran ind w113 120 49.32 shane Gallagher ind w114 257 49.5 ciara o donnell ind sw115 143 49.52 donna mcCallion ind w116 146 50.37 natalie davenport ind w117 258 50.37 dara mcdaid ind sw118 168 50.37 rosie tourish ind w119 166 50.29 margarat reid ind w120 167 50.29 katie tourish ind w121 172 53.04 shea wallace ind w122 171 53.18 shelly wallace ind w123 240 53.22 martina callaghan ind w124 169 53.22 paula mccafferty ind w125 122 53.22 mel rodriguez ind w126 336 53.26 fiona Gallagher ind w40+MORE THAN 120 TAKE PART IN AUTISM AWARENESS 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? 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