Taylor clocks 20.98 over 200m at Anthrick meet

first_imgClass One 800m1. Kellyann Downer (St And) 2:17.79 (R)2. Tamia McLean (XLCR) 2:20.60100m Class Two1. Lyanna Jackson (XLCR) 12.622. Shanelle Walace (Immac) 12.78100m Class One1. Richann Archer (Alpha) 12.552. Leanna Daley (XLCR) 12.62200m Class One1. Renee Shaw (XLCR) 24.592. Tatyana McKenzie (Queens) 24.64200m Class Two1. Lyanna Jackson (XLCR) 25.202. Shanele Wallace (Immac) 25.32Class One Discus1. Tavia Ranger (XLCR) 44.90m2. Kisean Palmer (XLCR) 37.20mClass Two discus1. Kimberly Lugg (XLCR) 37.49m2. SeanaKaye Weright (XLCR) 36.05MClass One High Jump1. Rushelle Jones (XLCR) 1.75m (R)2. Lorean Murray (St And) 1.70mFinal points standingsGIRLS1. Excelsior 390.52. Camperdown 2603. The queens 257.54. Immaculate 188.55. St Andrew High 147.5BOYS1. Kingston College 3512. Calabar 2913. Jamaica College 2024. Wolmer’s Boys’ 152.55. Excelsior 149.5 CALABAR High’s star athlete, Christopher Taylor, made his season debut in grand style at Thursday’s Digicel Anthrick Corporate Development meet at the UWI Usain Bolt Stadium.Taylor, who competed in the 200 metres, showed no signs of rust from a long lay off as he clocked an impressive 20.98 seconds to win the Class One boys 200 metres.Coming into the meet, there were several question marks over Taylor, but his time showed he is close to his best form. He has now qualified for next Saturday’s Digicel Grand Prix finals at National Stadium. Joining him in the final is Excelsior High’s Andel Miller was second in 21.21.More than 20 records were broken at the meet with several coming in the Grand Prix events.Calabar’s Kimar Farquharson sent a strong message to his rivals after smashing the Class Two 800 metres mark. Running on his won for most of the way, Farquharson set a new record of 1:52.92 clipping almost five seconds off the old mark of 1:57.49 which was set last year. Kingston College’s (KC) Aryamanya Rodgers also advanced to the finals of the event. He won his heat in a moderate 1:58.07 to be second overall.Calabar’s other qualifiers on the track in Grand Prix events were Shemar Chambers (48.61) and Anthony Carpenter (48.92) first and second respectively in the Class One boys 400m. Nicquaine Henry (49.26) was first in the Class Two 400m, ahead of KC’s Shantamoi Brown (50.69).Michael Stevens (10.78) was runner-up to Excelsior High’s Malique Scott who clocked the same time in the 100m.KC, who retained the Corporate Area title, also had several qualifiers especially in field events. The field qualifiers were led by Carey McLeod who broke the Class One long jump record with a new mark of 7.29 metres. He is joined in the finals by St George’s College’s Alexander Thompson with 6.99m for second.KC were first and second in Class Two long jump. Shaquille Lowe won with a new record of 7.04m to edge out teammate, Wayne Pinnock (7.03m).Mitchell Bailey (KC) took the Class One high jump with 1.90m ahead of Calabar’s Richard Campbell, second with 1.85m. Zico Campbell took the discus Class One with a throw of 52.58m ahead of Excelsior High’s Phillip Bennett (50.75m). Kemoy Cockett (KC) was second in the Class Two event with 43.82m, behind winner, Shadane Adamson of Calabar with 43.95 metres.Excelsior High were dominant in the girls’ Grand Prix events. The following are the Grand Prix events in which they finished among the top two.SELECTED RESULTSlast_img read more

Depay grabs Lyon thrilling win over PSG

first_img0Shares0000Lyon’s forward Memphis Depay celebrates after scoring during the French L1 football match between Olympique Lyonnais and Paris-Saint Germain (PSG) © AFP / JEFF PACHOUDPARIS, France, Jan 21 – Memphis Depay struck a dramatic late winner as Lyon beat 10-man Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 on Sunday to move within eight points of the Ligue 1 leaders.Nabil Fekir gave the hosts a shock second-minute lead at Groupama Stadium with a brilliant free-kick, but PSG snatched an equaliser on the stroke of half-time as left-back Layvin Kurzawa hammered home a stunning volley. PSG full-back Dani Alves was given a straight red card for dissent, and Lyon made their man advantage count deep into injury-time as substitute Depay picked out the top corner.“At the start, I wanted to cross, but I saw that the keeper was on the side of the goal,” Fekir told Canal+.“It’s going to be difficult (to catch PSG), and the goal of the club is to take a Champions League place.”PSG centre-back Marquinhos added: “Football is like that, they manage to shoot and score two goals.”Lyon retook second place from Marseille after inflicting only a second league defeat of the season on PSG, but Bruno Genesio’s men would still need an unlikely collapse from the capital club to launch a title challenge.“We’re happy with the result, especially with beating the leaders when we’re aiming for second or third place,” said coach Genesio.Lyon made their man advantage count deep into injury-time as substitute Depay picked out the top corner © AFP / JEFF PACHOUDWith Neymar missing due to a thigh problem, Kylian Mbappe returned to the away team’s starting XI after scoring as a substitute in the midweek 8-0 thrashing of Dijon, when Neymar netted four times.Lyon caught the runaway league leaders cold with less than two minutes on the clock, as French international Fekir produced a moment of magic.Alphonse Areola was anticipating a cross when Fekir shaped to take a free-kick from the right-hand side, but the attacking midfielder whipped in a shot that flicked the inside of the post on its way past the stranded PSG goalkeeper.The 24-year-old has now scored 16 league goals this season from 19 appearances, while it was also the earliest PSG had conceded in a Ligue 1 game since May 2007.– Cavani left waiting for record –PSG were rocked by Lyon’s intense early pressing, but Edinson Cavani, looking for the goal he needed to break Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s all-time club goalscoring record after levelling the Swede’s total of 156 on Wednesday, saw a long-range lob spin narrowly wide after home keeper Anthony Lopes’s poor clearance.Paris Saint-Germain’s forward Kylian Mbappe is carried off on a stretcher © AFP / JEFF PACHOUDMbappe, already bleeding from his head from an earlier challenge, had to be stretchered off and replaced by Julian Draxler after being flattened by some strong goalkeeping from Portuguese Lopes.PSG levelled in first-half stoppage-time, though, as Kurzawa blasted home a magnificent left-footed volley off the crossbar from his fellow full-back Alves’s dinked cross.Unai Emery’s side were reduced to 10 men before the hour mark when Brazilian Alves was sent off for dissent after becoming incensed by a free-kick decision, with Marco Verratti perhaps lucky not to follow him after knocking the red card out of referee Clement Turpin’s hand.Lyon almost retook the lead with 13 minutes to play as Rafael headed over from close range, before Cavani was also booked for dissent as PSG continued to lose their heads.Maxwel Cornet saw a low effort turned behind by Areola, but it was 69th-minute substitute Depay who provided the winning moment in style.The former Manchester United winger collected the ball just outside the area in the fourth minute of added time and planted a magnificent, curling finish into the top corner to score his ninth league goal of an up-and-down season.Monaco’s midfielder Rachid Ghezzal (R) shoots to score a goal against Metz on January 21, 2018 at the Louis II Stadium in Monaco © AFP / VALERY HACHEEarlier on Sunday, fourth-placed Monaco eased to a 3-1 victory over Metz in the principality.Brazilian left-back Jorge opened the scoring for the reigning champions on the stroke of half-time and Rachid Ghezzal added a second after visiting goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima was sent off.Ibrahima Niane pulled one back for bottom club Metz, but Rony Lopes put any thoughts of a comeback to bed with a late tap-in.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


first_imgColáiste Ailigh transition year students Claire and Hugh Anthony Mac Suibhne with Micheál Ó Giobúin and their award winning project titled ‘ An dearcadh atá ag daoine i dtreo gaeilge”Coláiste Ailigh students scoop five awards at the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition including one of the main category awards.This was the Letterkenny school’s sixteenth year participating in this prestigious event.Coláiste Ailigh brothers Eoin and Ronan Mc Gaoithin with their project which investigated whether ‘Hawk-Eye’ can replaced by GPS at the BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition. The students received a display award. Also in photo is Micheál Ó Giobúin, Príomhoide, Coláiste Ailigh.Coláiste Ailigh fifth year student Peadar Ó Ceallaigh with his highly commended BT Young Scientist project which investigated parental influences on the smoking habits of teenagers. Also in photo is Micheál Ó Giobúin muinteoir eolaíocht agus Príomhoide, Choláiste Ailigh.Coláiste Ailigh transition year students Cait Ní Leathlobhair agus Ultán Ó Fearáil who came third place in the intermediate section of the Chemical, Physical and Mathematical sciences with their project title ‘Development of novel test kit for rapid environmental monitoring of Copper’ Also in photo is their science teacher, Shane Ó BreacáiColáiste Ailigh first year students Aoibheann Ní Mhianain agus Áine Nic Diarmada with their highly commended project titled ‘An gCuidíonn peann aibhsibhe leat stáidéar a dhéanamh níos fearr? with their science teacher, Shane Ó Breacáin.Coláiste Ailigh students pack up after a very successful and enjoyable BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition at the RDS.  COLÁISTE AILIGH LAND FIVE GONGS AT BT YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARDS was last modified: January 10th, 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:BT Young ScientistColaiste Ailighletterkennylast_img read more