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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During the summit, a high-level expert group was appointed to look at how the customs union can be speeded up. The team is expected to report back to the SADC by December 2011. Customs union, common market The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) summit ended in Windhoek, Namibia on Tuesday with a resolution to consolidate time-lines for a free trade area and speed up preparations for establishing a customs union. Overlapping memberships Source: BuaNews Regarding the planned free trade area (FTA), which will facilitate trade via one-stop border posts, the summit adopted a comprehensive work programme with concrete actions and time-lines. 18 August 2010 A regional central bank and a common currency are expected by 2018. Country membership overlaps exist among the SADC, the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) and the East African Community (EAC), which presents technical challenges, as a country cannot belong to more than one customs union. However, to date, only 11 out of 15 SADC member states have joined the protocol for the creation of the FTA. The launch of the FTA, seen as an initial step towards trade integration, will move the southern African region incrementally towards establishing a customs union – originally scheduled for 2010 – a common market by 2015, and a monetary union by 2016. In a communique issued at the end of the two-day summit, attended by 14 SADC heads of state, including South African President Jacob Zuma, the leaders said they remained committed to the establishment of a customs union, saying it would help deepen regional integration. Regarding other challenges, the leaders noted the adverse socio-economic effects of the global economic crisis on the region. As a result, they resolved to hold an extra-ordinary summit on economic development. “The main mandate of this group will be to consolidate and refine technical work so far done in order to reach agreement and common understanding of parameters, benchmarks, timelines, a model customs union and its implementation modalities,” reads the communique.
Related Posts Google just took another step in its mission to give Android developers better tools to analyze and monetize their apps.The company has officially announced that it has integrated Google Analytics into its Google Play Developer Console for Android developers. Google had said that Analytics was coming to the Developer Console at its I/O conference in May this year. See also: Making Android Pay: 5 Tips To Topping The Charts On Google PlayAndroid developers can now download the Google Analytics software developer kit (SDK) and place it into an app and upload it to the Google Play Store. The Analytics SDK is also available for iOS apps.Google Analytics for the Developer Console has four main aspects:Google Play Referral Flow: Helps developers figure out where Google Play traffic is coming from (search, marketing campaigns, blogs or media articles etc.). This feature helps marketers figure out how successful their campaigns are and where the best traffic comes from. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The goal for Google is to show not just the raw number of views and downloads, but also how much people have engaged with the app and what version of Android they are using. With the Analytics SDK, developers can know what Android API Level their users are employing. This is beneficial information for developers that need to know how many people are using older versions of Android, such as versions 2.3.7 Gingerbread that may not have certain capabilities that are in newer versions of the operating system. Google employs “flow visualization” in Analytics to show how a user got to the app and what actions they took within the app. Views in Google Play: Referral Flow shows how many people have viewed the app in Google Play.Installs: Once figuring out where the traffic came from through the Referral Flow, Analytics tracks users that actually clicked and downloaded the app through Google Play. New Users: Goes beyond the straight download numbers to show people that have opened the app and begun to use it and become “Active Users.” Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#analytics#Android#app development#Google Play dan rowinski Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology
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