Keith Sheilds from Foyle Valley AC won the Black and Amber 5 mile road race in Letterkenny today.More than 100 runners took part in the race in perfect conditions from Letterkenny out to Newmills.Shields recorded a fine time of 25.27 to come in well ahead of the second-placed Adam Speer in a time of 27.22. The following is a list of all the runners and their finishing times.Black & Amber 5 Miler 2015Place Race No. Time FirstName Surname Category Club1 139 25.27 Keith Shields SM Foyle Valley 2 268 27.22 Adam Speer SM Finn Valley A C3 255 27.43 Mark McPaul SM Finn Valley A C4 183 27.58 Pauric Breslin SM LAC5 188 28.07 Sean McFadden SM LAC6 137 29.02 Johnnie Canning SM Foyle Valley 7 161 29.11 Raymond Birch SM LAC8 159 29.22 Kevin McGee M40 Rosses A.C.9 267 29.25 Martin Mooney SM Inishowen A C10 284 29.32 Michael Logue M40 Rosses A.C. 11 176 29.33 James Crossan SM Lifford A C12 197 29.35 Seamus O’Donnell M40 Convoy13 165 29.37 Barry Meehan SM LAC14 156 29.43 Philip Gallagher M40 Inishowen A C15 257 30.19 Martin Devenney SM 24/7 Triathlon16 261 31.03 Paul Russell SM Individual17 135 31.03 Adrian McGowan SM Foyle Valley18 181 31.07 Darren Price SM LAC19 180 31.15 Ciaran O’Donnell M40 LAC20 166 31.17 Marcus McClintock M40 LAC21 266 31.25 Paul Cosgrove M40 LAC22 265 31.28 Garvin Walker SM LAC23 140 31.35 Martin Dunleavy M40 Foyle Valley24 287 31.51 Karl McGinley JM Individual25 307 32.05 Mark Diver SM LAC26 173 32.17 Paul Dillon M40 Individual27 152 32.18 Paul Coyle SM Foyle Valley28 153 32.24 Darren Wallace SM Foyle Valley29 151 32.27 Declan McGill SM Foyle Valley30 251 32.28 Kieran Coyle SM LAC31 150 32.40 Roly Black M40 Foyle Valley32 281 32.42 Danny Cullen SM LAC33 155 32.47 Finbar Gallagher M40 Inishowen A C34 276 32.48 Anthony McDaid SM Individual35 138 32.51 Seamus McCallion M50 Foyle Valley36 302 32.59 Martin Donnelly M40 24/7 Triathlon37 182 33.19 Sinead Peoples SW LAC38 136 33.36 Gemma McGinty SW Foyle Valley39 172 33.36 Owen McKinney M40 Inishowen A C40 185 33.37 Colm McElwaine SM Individual41 163 33.49 Pauric McGinley SM Individual42 279 33.52 Noreen McGettigan W35 LAC43 290 33.55 Barry Coyle SM Individual44 194 34.00 Shauna McGeehan SW LAC45 193 34.01 Frances Judge W45 LAC46 160 34.01 Marie Boyle SW LAC47 275 34.08 Simon Chodziesner M50 Individual48 272 34.10 Barry Mackey M50 LAC49 148 34.11 John McKinley M40 Foyle Valley50 283 34.19 Drew Doherty M50 Finn Valley A C51 171 34.33 Tommy Hill M50 24/7 Triathlon52 141 34.35 Tom Doherty M50 Foyle Valley53 178 34.40 Liam McGinty M40 Finn Valley A C54 175 34.55 Ciaran Bovaird M40 Individual55 154 35.07 Tony Grant M50 Foyle Valley56 333 35.11 Rory Kavanagh SM St. Eunans GAA57 142 35.39 Neil Diamond M40 Foyle Valley58 179 35.52 Emer Gormley SW LAC59 258 35.55 Richard Raymond M60 LAC60 164 35.57 Paul Lynch SM 24/7 Triathlon61 198 35.57 Gerard McConnell SM Convoy62 306 36.28 Seamus Morrisson M40 LAC63 293 36.31 Elijah McGinley JM Finn Valley A C64 278 36.32 Enda Kelly SM St. Eunans GAA65 273 36.33 Michael Galvin M40 LAC66 285 36.33 Shaun O’Donnell M50 Individual67 292 36.40 David McGinley SM St. Eunans GAA68 169 36.41 Patricia McKenna W35 LAC69 187 36.42 Sabrina Mackey W35 Individual70 280 36.48 John Hughes M50 LAC71 149 36.51 Sean Crumlish M40 Foyle Valley72 252 36.51 Jimmy McBride M60 Individual73 195 36.52 Bernard McDyre M50 LAC74 312 36.55 John McCarron M40 24/7 Triathlon75 309 37.01 Ryan Hilferty JM LAC76 301 37.09 Thomas Cullen SM Individual77 332 37.29 David O’Herlihy SM St. Eunans GAA78 158 37.29 Conor McIbel SM Foyle Valley79 157 37.30 Verona Campbell W45 Foyle Valley80 190 37.31 Eilish McClafferty W35 Individual81 304 37.34 Fabian McShane M40 LAC82 295 37.41 Alan O’Mahoney SM 24/7 Triathlon83 189 37.46 Rory Reynolds SM Individual84 286 38.16 Eugene McGinley M40 Individual85 253 38.22 Dermot McGuinness SM Individual86 167 38.26 Jackie Harvey W55 Tír Chonaill A C87 168 38.37 Vera Haughey W45 Tír Chonaill A C88 291 38.46 Cathal Roarty M50 LAC89 264 39.06 Paddy McBride M50 Individual90 300 39.35 Ciara Finnegan JW LAC91 186 39.43 Eugene McGinley M40 Raphoe92 254 39.48 Wendy McDonald W45 Individual93 259 39.52 Hugh Doyle SM Individual94 184 40.07 Rosaleen Doherty W35 Individual95 274 40.18 Paddy Enfield M40 Individual96 299 40.22 Emmett O’Donnell SM Individual97 174 40.36 Liam Tinney SM LAC98 162 41.02 Hugo Blake M50 Individual99 271 41.19 Kevin Blake M40 Individual100 199 41.35 Michelle Gillespie W45 LAC101 331 41.56 Michael Gibbons M50 St. Eunans GAA102 277 42.11 Johnny Doherty M40 Individual103 256 43.27 Mick Doherty M50 LAC104 170 43.29 Niamh McDaid SW LAC105 262 44.05 Amanda McGrath SW LAC106 340 44.19 Eugene Duffy SM St. Eunans GAA107 339 44.19 Joe Higgins M40 LAC108 305 45.16 Mark Gildea SM LAC109 298 46.10 Kay Bonner W45 Convoy110 200 46.18 Sinead O’Gorman W45 LAC111 289 47.39 Maeve Carr W45 St. Eunans GAA112 263 48.17 Stella McCole SW Individual113 288 48.21 Paddy Flood M50 St. Eunans GAA114 317 48.24 Donal McGinty JM LAC115 336 48.35 Breda Canning SW Individual116 303 51.27 Dermott Gallagher SM Individual117 297 55.10 Sam O’Donnell JM LAC118 296 55.11 Ciara Cunnane W35 IndividualTotal Runners: 118SHIELDS WINS BLACK AND AMBER FIVE MILE RACE – WHERE DID YOU COME? 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The tension between the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Committee of Administrators (COA) is out in the open again.The latest issue being distribution of complimentary passes for the third T20I between India and Sri Lanka at Mumbai.According to the BCCI rulebook, the president is entitled to 50 complimentary passes, including hospitality tickets, the secretary has 75 and the treasurer gets seven passes for matches.But the COA’s written letter few months back requested the acting president CK Khanna and acting secretary Amitabh Chaudhary to part with 25 complimentary passes each for the stakeholders during every international match. The problem has now come in the forefront as all the stakeholders, from sponsors to official broadcasters, have been allocated their share of complimentary passes for the India-Sri Lanka T20 in Mumbai.However, few people in the BCCI have raised questions regarding who these unnamed stakeholders are for whom the COA are asking for passes. Some BCCI officials were aggrieved that acting president Khanna had collected his 50 passes for the Mumbai T20 game without parting with his share of 25 passes that he was ordered to give back for the “unnamed stakeholders”.Once he refused, one among the three most influential officials in the BCCI at the moment, threatened to “block those tickets” in possession of Khanna and even asked the Mumbai Cricket Association to do so. MCA, on its part, informed that it can’t block premium tickets and reprint them at such a short notice.”If the rulebook is strictly followed, Khanna can’t be faulted for collecting his entire share of passes. The COA letter specifically says ‘request’ and any office-bearer is well within his rights to decline such a request,” a senior official, who is aware of the rules, said on condition of anonymity.advertisementTitle Sponsors PayTm gets 50 passes (25 hospitality and 25 next best category). Among official Partners — Hyundai is allocated 30 (10 Hospitality), Pepsico gets 40 (20 Hospitality) and Jana Bank gets 15 (5 Hospitality) passes each.Team Sponsors Oppo Mobiles gets 50 with half of them being Hospitality passes. Broadcasters Star India gets 74 passes (24 Hospitality) while Kit Sponsors Nike gets only 25 Hospitality passes. Apart from them, former Test cricketers, residing at the venue of the matches, get two passes while the home team and the visiting team get 125 passes each and 25 more hospitality passes for spouses and VIP guests of players. The BCCI production team and panel umpires also get their share of complementaries.This is where a section of BCCI officials are raising questions alleging that COA is trying to arm-twist some of the office-bearers to part with a share of their passes. “If every stakeholders’ share is specified then why are the office-bearers being told to part with their share of passes? All we want to know is that who are these stakeholders. Their names are not minuted and the General Body is not aware of them,” the official raised some pertinent questions.Calls and text messages to COA member Diana Edulji went unanswered.(With inputs from PTI)
zoom The Australian Federal Court has convicted Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) of criminal cartel conduct and ordered it to pay a fine of AUD 25 million (around USD 20 million). However, without the NYK’s cooperation on the matter, the fine would have been even bigger, ACCC said.As informed, this is the second-highest imposed in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) history.The judgment also marks the first successful prosecution under the criminal cartel provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA).Following an extensive investigation by the ACCC, the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) charged NYK with giving effect to cartel provisions in an arrangement or understanding with other shipping lines relating to the transportation of motor vehicles to Australia between 2009 and 2012.The cartel operated from at least February 1997 and affected vehicles transported to Australia by NYK and other shipping lines from locations in Asia, the US and Europe on behalf of major car manufacturers including Nissan, Suzuki, Honda, Toyota and Mazda.“The Australian community relies heavily on imported vehicles, so a longstanding cartel in relation to the transportation of those vehicles to Australia was of significant concern,” Rod Sims, ACCC Chairman, said.“The NYK fine is also the second largest ever imposed under the Competition and Consumer Act, and incorporated a significant discount for NYK’s plea and cooperation,” Sims added.Justice Wigney stated the fine “incorporates a global discount of 50% for NYK’s early plea of guilty and past and future assistance and cooperation, together with the contrition inherent in the early plea and cooperation: meaning that but for the early plea and past and future cooperation, the fine would have been AUD 50 million”.In this case, the maximum penalty was calculated on the basis of 10 per cent of NYK’s annual turnover in connection with Australia, in the 12 months prior to the commencement of the offense. On that basis, NYK’s conduct attracted a maximum penalty of AUD 100 million.“The sentence imposed on NYK by the Federal Court today sends a strong warning to the industry and the business community at large. The CDPP and ACCC can and will criminally prosecute cartel conduct. It also highlights that parties who engage early and cooperate with the authorities may be shown leniency,” Sims explained.As World Maritime News previously reported, NYK entered a guilty plea on July 18, 2016, in the Federal Court. NYK was sentenced for one “rolled-up” criminal charge of giving effect to cartel provisions.On November 2, 2016, the CDPP laid charges against another alleged participant in the cartel, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line), NYK’s compatriot shipping firm. The ACCC’s investigation in relation to other alleged cartel participants is continuing.NYK is headquartered in Tokyo and has a controlling interest in a global group of companies with offices in Europe, Africa, East Asia, South Asia, China, Oceania and the North and South Americas. It also operates an Australian subsidiary, NYK Line (Australia).