Impressive run by STETHS’ Ellis

first_imgNigel Ellis of St Elizabeth Technical stole the spotlight at yesterday’s JAAA-Puma Development meet at Kirkvine with a fast 21.37 seconds to win his heat of the Class One 200 metres.Running against a negative wind of 0.3 metres per second, Ellis ran away from his rivals for an easy win in the fastest time of the day among high school athletes.Herbert Morrison High’s Bonanza Cunningham (21.42) was second overall, with Green Pond High’s Orlando Fisher taking third overall in 21.49.Kingston College’s Roshaun Rowe was best in Class Two as he won in 21.70 ahead of Kevin Stone of Petersfield (21.86) and his Kingston College teammate Yashawn Hamilton, 22.13.best timeIn Class Three, Antonio Watson of Petersfield High led the way with 22.73. Andre Bent of William Knibb, 22.89, was second overall ahead of Papine High’s Shemar Willis, 23.12.Among the girls, Edwin Allen High’s Patrice Moody won the Class One 200m in 23.93 for the best time overall, getting the better of Holmwood Technical’s Shante Deer, 24.42.Manchester High’s Daszay Freean topped Class Two with 23.78, beating Edwin Allen’s Shellece Clarke (24.76) and Christine Irving of Holmwood, 24.77.Last year’s Class Four double sprint champion Joanna Reid of St. Jago High impressed in Class Three with a leading time of 24.10. Holmwood’s Dyandra Gray was second overall in 24,54 with third going to Kevona Davis of Edwin Allen, 24.55.GC Foster College’s Samantha Curtis was best among the women in the open half lap event after stopping the clock at 24.05. She got the better of Donya Ewars of the University of Technology, 24.33. Curtis’ teammate, Natasha Russell was third with 24.71.University of Technology’s Travene Morrison stole the spotlight in the men s 200m as he won his heat in 21.14 ahead of G.C. Foster College’s Javon Gray, 21.42 and Emmanuel Dawlson of Sweden, 21.49.last_img read more

PICTURE SPECIAL: TOYOTA FEST AT KELLY’S TOYOTA

first_imgToyota Corollas prepared by Paul Reid that will take part in this year Donegal Rally on show at the Toyota Fest in Letterkenny. Photo Brian McDaidANYONE who was in Letterkenny over the weekend couldn’t have missed them – as Toyotas of all vintages descended on the town for Toyota Fest.Enthusiasts from all over Donegal, Ireland and beyond were in town – many of them driving their own beloved Toyotas.Toyota Fest Ireland is a static Toyota Car Show displaying all things Toyota, Lexus & Daihatsu. Motors Columnist Brian McDaid is a man who loves cars – and went along with his camera for Donegal Daily.A beautiful rear wheel drive Starlet on show at the Toyota Fest this week.There is your bus. Guests at the Toyata Fest enjoying the view from the Showroom of Kelly’s at the Toyota Fest this week. Photo Brian McDaidThe beautiful “Works”Toyota Celica on show at the Toyota Fest this week. Photo Brian McDaidThe beautiful “Works” Toyota Celica on show at the Toyota Fest this week. Photo Brian McDaidDan Kelly one of the organisers at the Toyota Fest which was held at Kelly’s Toyota Garage in Letterkenny. Photo Brian McDaidMelvyn, Luke and Graham Russell from Drumkeen with this 1982 Toyota Liteace pictured at the Toyota Fest. Photo Brian McDaidA original 1882 Toyota Liteace Van on show which belongs to Russell’s from Drumkeen. Photo Brian McDaidClassic Toyota’s from the sixties at the Toyota Fest in Letterkenny.Frank , John, James and Fr. Eamon Kelly and Danny Burke at the Toyota Fest in Letterkenny. Photo Brian McDaidOriginal Toyota Corolla’s K30 on show at the Toyota Fest. Photo Brian McDaidMarkku Alén’s light-weight “Works” Toyota on show at the Toyota Fest in Letterkenny. Photo Brian McDaidMarkku Alén’s light-weight “Works” Toyota on show at the Toyota Fest in Letterkenny. Photo Brian McDaidThe beautiful “Works” Celica on show at the Toyota Fest this week. Photo Brian McDaidPICTURE SPECIAL: TOYOTA FEST AT KELLY’S TOYOTA was last modified: June 6th, 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:Kelly’s Toyotaletterkennytoyota festlast_img read more