To keep or drop insurance coverage? Considerations for Vermont small employers in 2014

first_imgThose individuals who do purchase coverage via the Exchange will have to buy insurance with after-tax dollars, further lowering their purchasing power. As a result, the more small employers who continue to provide coverage, the more Vermonters will be insured. Submitted by the Act 48 Progress Assessment Working Group Small employers in Vermont have a decision to make before January of 2014 ‘ whether to keep their employer-sponsored insurance or drop it altogether and direct their employees to the state’ s new Health Insurance Exchange as individual purchasers.  The Administration is recommending that small employers drop their health insurance coverage. Instead, we encourage businesses to evaluate their options and consider the implications on not only their own bottom lines, but the impact on working Vermonters. We believe there is no single right answer for employers and we feel that many Vermonters may be better off keeping their current employer-based insurance plan. The impact of losing employer sponsored insurance will vary depending on the employee’ s household income. Only those individuals with incomes below 200 percent of the FPL (federal poverty level, $22,980 annual income) are likely to experience reduced health insurance costs using the new subsidies available in the exchange rather than employer-sponsored coverage. Very soon, Vermont employers must address these questions and make a choice. We hope when they do, they will consider all the facts they need to choose the best path forward for their company and employees. Vermonters with higher incomes could pay significantly more for insurance than they do under their employer-sponsored coverage. For example, individuals earning over $45,960a year will receive no subsidies and will be expected to pay 100 percent of the premium cost. This increased cost could mean a number of these Vermonters may not purchase insurance, preferring to pay the relatively small tax penalty of $95 a year, per person.National estimates indicate that about 30 percent of employers could drop their coverage, even without any encouragement. If these estimates hold true for Vermont, about 12,000 of these dropped Vermonters will likely choose not to buy health insurance. Dropped employees could choose to forego health coverage for economic reasons creating a new class of uninsured, although previously insured, middle-income Vermonters. In addition to the changes employers face resulting from the Affordable Care Act cited above, Vermont businesses will still pay if they drop their coverage. The Administration is recommending that the so-called ‘ Catamount tax’ continue in 2014 after the Catamount program is replaced by the Exchange. This would impose a state tax penalty of $476 per employee on small employers who drop coverage on full-time workers. Because the impact on employers and employees will vary, we encourage employers to consider the following questions when deciding whether to keep their coverage or to drop it:center_img ‘¢       What are the household incomes of my employees and will they be eligible to receive subsidies on the Exchange and what level of subsidization (healthreform.kff.org/Subsidycalculator.aspx)?‘¢       Will my employees be able to afford health insurance if I drop my employer-sponsored coverage?‘¢       If I drop my coverage, how much of an increase in wages will I need to make to ensure that employees can still afford insurance?‘¢       If I drop my coverage and increase the wages of my employees, how much in additional taxes will I pay (due to losing the corporate tax exemption for providing health insurance and paying additional payroll taxes) and my employees pay (due to paying taxes on higher wages and paying for insurance with after-tax dollars)?‘¢       Is my business eligible for a financial incentive to sponsor group healthcare coverage such as the small group tax credit (see irs.gov)?‘¢       Will there be a penalty for dropping coverage such as the Catamount tax?‘¢       How does the decision to keep or drop your health insurance coverage affect employee recruitment, retention and employee wellness? Representing Act 48 Progress Assessment Working Group Organizations: Encouraging small businesses to drop insurance dismantles the existing financing mechanism, before the new and long-term financing mechanism is known, potentially leading to increased supplemental state financing to support previously insured individuals. The Administration has cited the individual market exchange as a more affordable option for the employees of small businesses than their current employer-sponsored coverage. While this may be true for some people, it is most likely not true for all. Some employees could face significantly higher health insurance costs that will make it very challenging to maintain their health insurance coverage. The result? Less affordable coverage for middle-income Vermonters and an increase in the number of uninsured Vermonters. John Brumsted, M.D., Pres. & CEO, Fletcher Allen Health CareBetsy Bishop, Pres., Vermont Chamber of CommerceDon George, Pres. & CEO, Blue Cross Blue Shield of VermontBea Grause, Pres. & CEO, Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health SystemPaul Harrington, EVP, Vermont Medical SocietyLisa Ventriss, Pres., Vermont Business Roundtablelast_img read more

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India: DCI to Commission New Dredger

first_imgThe second of its three 5,500 cubic meter trailer suction hopper dredgers will be commissioned today by the Dredging Corporation of India (DCI), reports indiatimes.com.According to DCI chairman-cum-managing director D K Mohanty, after the commissioning ceremony at Chennai Port this vessel will be sent to undertake a dredging program at Ennore Port.DCI already has one dredger working at Ennore Port, and with the arrival of another, this dredging project is expected to be completed by October.The new dredger will be an alternative for one recently decommissioned dredger V.P. V. Ramana Murthy, director, finance, DCI, recently stated that the new dredgers would help the company increase productivity, thereby improving the margins.[mappress]Dredging Today Staff, July 26, 2013last_img

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BPCC women pick up 16th win of the season

first_img‘ In just its second year as a program, the BPCC women’s basketball team has become a forced to be reckoned with in NJCAA Division I Region XIV.The Lady Cavs won their 16th game of the season Wednesday, defeating Panola Junior College 84-72 at BPCC.BPCC improved to 16-8 overall and 9-5 in Region XIV. The Lady Cavs entered the day in fourth place in Region XIV, just one game out of third. Panola dropped to 10-12 and 3-10.Crystal Jones led BPCC with 20 points. La’Dencia Johnson added 16.BPCC returns to action Saturday against Tyler JC at 2 p.m. in Tyler, Texas.— Russell Hedges,Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoGenius-Story.com48 Broke Celebrities Now Working Normal JobsGenius-Story.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoMy-BrightSideHusband Illustrates Everyday Life With Wife In 19 Pictures. Try not to Cry! My-BrightSide|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoBossier task force busts four for prostitution and drugsBossier PressUndoSeven arrested for prostitution and panderingBossier PressUndoCosmoWomensTop 30 Most Beautiful Women in the WorldCosmoWomens|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLifestly.comWhere Ronaldo lives at 42 is heartbreakingLifestly.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndobestfamilymag.comBacary Sagna’s wife is probably the most beautiful woman on Earth bestfamilymag.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoLovelyHealthyMagAli MacGraw Is Almost 85, Try Not To Smile When You See Her Now!LovelyHealthyMag|SponsoredSponsoredUndo Bossier Parish School Board member pleads guilty to anabolic steroid distribution conspiracyBossier PressUndo HealthyFoodNetwork21 Celebs Who Are Gay – No.13 Will Shock Men  HealthyFoodNetwork|SponsoredSponsoredUndo ‘ Bossier City man found guilty of killing his co-workerBossier PressUndo Shreveporter arrested for human traffickingBossier PressUndo ‘ ‘ ‘ ‘last_img read more

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Lewis & Marchant score debut wins

first_imgBrian Lewis.The Haven Golf SocietyMonday, Dec. 18, Greenwood A & B (white tees) – Stableford CSS 73Division 1 (0-15) 1st Simon Kendall (13) 35pts2nd Adrian Cook (11) 34pts3rd Brian Kinsella (15) 33pts4th Jon Batty (6) 30ptsDivision 2 (16+)1st Chris Ross (27) 38pts2nd Dave LeHane (18) 35pts3rd Tom McCarthy (22) 31pts4th Markku Tynell (24) 30ptsA good turnout for the always popular Greenwood course required two divisions, cut as usual at 15 and below for the first division.  The course was in good condition although the fairly strong and cool wind affected most of the player’s scores.Simon Kendall won his first event with the group with a solid one over handicap return, winning by a single point ahead of Adrian Cook, with Brian Kinsella another point behind in third and Jon Batty, having a bit of an off day, in fourth.The second division was led in also for the first time by Chris Ross who also had the best points score of the day.  Dave LeHane placed second another four shots in front of third placed Tom McCarthy who in turn was one ahead of fourth man Markku Tynell.There were no 2s in the second division but Jon Batty and Fred Land shared the first division pool.Wednesday, Dec. 20, Khao Kheow B & C (yellow tees) – StablefordCSS 731st Mark Cooper (11) 35pts2nd Simon Kendall (13) 34pts3rd Allan Hanlon (13) 32pts4th Phil Stevenson (24) 30pts5th Brian Lewis (31) 30pts6th David Dines (9) 30ptsChris Ross.Surprisingly the lowest numbers in the week were for the trip to Khao Kheow which will be hosting the IPGC Championship at the end of January and just the one division was required.The course was in very good condition and is getting steadily better, with the greens meriting a special mention being very true and flat.Mark Cooper withstood the wind battering the best to return a score that was one over his handicap but one below the CSS for the day, having just failed to match his outward half of 18 points coming home.Simon Kendall was in good form once again but had to be satisfied with a second place on this occasion just one point behind the winner.Allan Hanlon returned a good card with an even 16 points a side without a zero for third place.  He was followed in by Phil Stevenson who won a three-way count back for fourth place with 16 ahead of fifth placed Brian Lewis who scored 9 on the back six, which left David Dines in sixth with 8 on the back six after they had tied the back nine on 14 each.There were no 2s in either of the divisions.Friday, Dec. 22, Pattaya C.C. (white tees) – StablefordCSS 74Division 1(0-15)1st Graham Marchant (15) 33pts2nd Kevin Blake (8) 32pts3rd Adrian Cook (11) 32pts4th Dave Edwards (12) 31pts5th Peter Skinner (11) 31ptsDivision 2 (16+)1st Brian Lewis (31) 35pts2nd Phil Stevenson (23) 34pts3rd Markku Tynell (24) 31pts4th Murray Edwards (19) 31pts5th John O’Sullivan (21) 30ptsMark Cooper.Graham Marchant putted like a pro today to secure his first win with the group and become the third first time winner in the week.  He won the first division by the slimmest of margins to edge playing partner Kevin Blake, who did enough to win a count-back for second place over Adrian Cook with a better 9 to n8 over the last six.  Dave Edwards then won another count-back over Peter Skinner for fourth with a better 14 to 13.The second division was won by Brian Lewis as he became another first time winner with the group after a wonderful day on the course.  Phil Stevenson had to settle for second place, also being one of Brian’s playing partners, and unable to take advantage of an opening near the end when the winner dropped a few shots through the closing holes.  Markku Tynell placed third ahead of Murray Edwards in fourth and John O’Sullivan in fifth.Adrian Cook and Andrew Purdie shared the first division 2s pool whilst Hal Hart celebrated after cleaning out the triple rollover pot in the second division.last_img read more

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Women makeit work

first_imgAN EXPO aimed at increasing the profile of businesses in Casey and Cardinia is coming to Berwick in October. The…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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Interactive trail for Mt Cannibal

first_imgBy ANEEKA SIMONIS PEOPLE trailing through Mt Cannibal will soon have the convenience of their own virtual tour guide following…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

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George McDOnagh’s Greyhound Tips For The Weekend

first_imgRACE 2 THE RECENT TOTE RETURNS 35020:07 = TRAP 6 Fast Fit Ross RACE 3 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 2 20:22 = TRAP 1 Ballistic Joy RACE 4 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 3 20:37 = TRAP 1 Mysterious Woman RACE 5 THE GAIN FEEDS UNRACED 350FINAL 20:52 = TRAP 6 Fairyhill Chief RACE 6 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 4 21:07 = TRAP 6 Abitofginger RACE 7 THE YVONNE LALLY BIRTHDAY STAKES!21:22 = TRAP 4 Pinnacle Azza RACE 8 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 5 21:37 = TRAP 5 Fine Artist RACE 9 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 6 21:52 = TRAP 1 Sellout Bobby RACE 10 THE HIT OR BUST 525 22:07 =TRAP 3 Liscarra Bonus (nap)SaturdaySelectionsRACE 1 WELCOME TO GALWAY GREYHOUNDSTADIUM A4 525 19:52 = TRAP 3 Exchange Three RACE 2 THE TOTE GUARANTEES A7 52520:07 = TRAP 6 Rockmount Gizmo RACE 3 THE FACEBOOK, TWITTER &INSTAGRAM A9 525 20:22 = TRAP 1 Willbrook Tika RACE 4 THE UNRACED STAKE STARTINGNEXT WEEK S4 350 20:37 = TRAP 2 Knockmeale Champ RACE 5 THE NEW RESTAURANT OFFERS A3525 20:52 = TRAP 2 Bumblebee Shadow RACE 6 THE 087 2770969 RACE TEXTENTRY A4 525 21:07 = TRAP 1 Firestorm Vision RACE 7 THE ONLINE DEAL OF THE MONTHA3 525 21:22 = TRAP 5 Emmas Dream (nap)RACE 8 FUNDRAISING AT THE DOGS A1525 21:37 = TRAP 6 Impact Toby RACE 9 THE UPCOMING EVENTS A2 52521:52 = TRAP 1 Palmtree Star RACE 10 THE FLAHERTY MARKETS ANDJAMES HORAN A2 525 22:07 = TRAP 1 Scrappy  print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email FridaySelections RACE 1 THE DSE ACCESS A5/A6 525ROUND 1 HEAT 1 19:52 = TRAP 6 Hanover Demon last_img read more

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Spurs boss Pochettino coy on Real Madrid link and refuses to deny switch

first_imgTHE REMAINERS were claiming it as a definite victory — but the Leavers were not so sure.On the face of it, Mauricio Pochettino seemed to tell the media at his press conference yesterday he would be staying at Tottenham and not moving to Real Madrid.5 Real Madrid have an eye on Spurs boss Mauricio PochettinoCredit: ReutersBut Spurs supporters should not hang out the bunting just yet because when you actually study their manager’s comments they could be taken one way or another.Yes he said Tottenham’s journey is not finished yet and how it is so ‘exciting’ for him to be at the club helping them to reach the ‘last level’.But he never once categorically ruled out a move to the Spanish giants and saying how exciting it is to help Spurs to the last level is not the same as guaranteeing he will stay to help them achieve it.So when it comes to Poch’s future, just like Brexit, none of us are sure what is going to happen.5 Mauricio Pochettino signed a five-year contract in May to continue as Tottenham manager under Daniel LevyCredit: GettyTottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino explains once and for all why he will never manage Barcelona Speaking ahead of the trip to Wolves tonight he was certainly in a better mood than he was last week, when he spoke as though he was ready to jack it in at Spurs after a season of frustration.He claimed later his English had let him down. Hmmm.When asked yesterday if he felt he could still fulfil his ambitions at Tottenham, he embarked on a lengthy reply. The Argentine, 46, said: “I think, like you all in our different businesses, always we want to improve, we want the best, to win, to achieve more money.“I’m an honest person and of course when you don’t win you’re so frustrated.“Our fans are  frustrated but you are the first that wants to win, the players, the staff, everyone. When you’re close, you need to try to translate that it’s all under control and try to create a good feeling.“Of course   if you don’t achieve all you expect, it’s difficult to keep motivated with the right energy to  achieve all that you want.”Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino he has heard nothing about reports linking him with Real Madrid as he does not have social media Pochettino said Dele Alli’s new contract proves the  uncertainty surrounding his future has not affected his players.He added: “It is like being with your girlfriend or wife. We are so handsome walking down Regent Street holding hands and she is so proud about you because another woman is looking at you.“Your wife, rather than be  worried, is happy to be with you, in love with you. If no-one looks at you, your wife says maybe she is better with another guy.“For me I feel proud the players care about you, but I repeat the responsibility is wanting to play for the glory of the club.5 Mauricio Pochettino is being linked with the Real Madrid jobCredit: Reuters“Now he says ‘I am happy with my manager and I want to give my best’. But there are days when we will not be happy because we are human. Someday maybe we will be disappointed, which is  normal in a relationship.“I think the period today at the club is so exciting — but when you assess Tottenham, they are in  the middle of the journey, in the middle to arrive in the harbour. And you need time.“And the time sometimes depends on the boat, or on many things — whether you can improve your boat during the journey.“People can talk a lot and create a lot of history and theories about Tottenham but the most important thing is the reality.“The reality is we are very close to finishing the new stadium, we’re very close to creating, in facilities, one of the best clubs in the world.“Of course we all have different costs to pay, and sometimes to win titles today is difficult for  different reasons.“But for me it’s so exciting to be here at Tottenham, helping the club to achieve the last level.“We’re so close to getting to the last level but we need patience  because we’re finding  situations that you need to fix — difficult things that happen during the journey that you need to sort out.5 The new stadium has been delayed until 2019 in another setback for PochettinoCredit: Prime Media5 Pochettino said he is having his worst season as Tottenham bossCredit: AFP“But I think we’re strong enough to sort out all the problems and achieve what the club and fans deserve — one day  to win trophies.“I want to feel the glory with Tottenham. When I watch that title win from 1960-61, always it’s a very emotional video.“It will be fantastic to deliver for our fans  that moment again.“But first of all we need to  finish the stadium, move there,  be settled, make our stadium home again and work so hard to try to be competitive.”So that was the party political broadcast for the Pochettino Party.Will he stay or will  he go?You decide.But if he does not  get the Bernabeu job, he could always  go for the  Sports Minister’s vacancy.Will Real Madrid double Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino’s wages to lure him to the Bernabeu?last_img read more

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Chef Kester Robinson

first_imgINSPIRING A NEW GENERATION OF ASPIRING CHEFSAs a young boy growing up, Kester Robinson always knew he wanted to become a professional chef. Even though it was not very common at that time to have male chefs, Kester simply knew that was his dream and he loved doing it.Now Chef Kester hopes to share his skills and knowledge in the culinary industry to create inspiration and advance the skills of young aspiring chefs. Feeling the need to give back to society, Kester is giving free cooking classes to children who want to have a career as a professional chef or love the culinary arts.Kester said that the cooking classes, for him, is about sharing what the industry is about. It is about inspiring the children so that they know that being a chef is more about cooking. Most of the children who signed up for his classes are mostly interested in cooking and want to become chefs.He said that this is a great step, in terms of showing them how it is done professionally and giving them the experience where they can learn a variety of techniques, knife skills, plating and everything that’s going to better equip them for the working world as young aspiring professionals. The whole idea of the cooking classes is to advance their skills while learning as well, and giving them a change in their approach to cooking.Kester thinks that he is being called to Guyana for some reason and he feels that this is a time where he needs to make a contribution. He said, “Being a chef for so many years is a love and art for me and giving back is always something that I’ve always done throughout the years. So at this time, it’s no different time from any other time I would’ve contributed towards the local culinary industry but this time I’m taking an approach with the younger kids and moulding those minds”.Chef Kester revealed that he has always had a passion for cooking. Ever since he was a young boy, he always wanted to become a chef and from that, he continued to grow and was pushed to the right areas and worked hard. “Today I’m a pretty much a good chef, I would say.”“When I was a child, back in those days, a male being a chef was not something very common and I remember some persons were like, ‘Chef? Why you want to do girl work?’ and it could have demotivate you, discourage you, kind of, in those times, but it’s something that I had really loved and something that is inside of me so it changed nothing, I still wanted to be a chef.”At the age of fifteen, Kester started his first venture in baking and cake decorating. He did a course with the late cake decorating pioneer Debbie Mentore, where he acquired his techniques and skills which motivated him and began his baking career in high school.In the culinary world, Kester gets his inspiration from dedicated, hardworking chefs that are willing to make changes and deal with molecular gastronomy, which is the science of cooking. Kester’s favourite part in the culinary world is the reaction from the guests after serving something amazing. He enjoys baking and his favourite thing to bake is anything with chocolate, stating that it does wonders.His ultimate goal is to mould the minds of young aspiring chefs and change the perception of people that “being a chef is about being an early school leaver or you don’t really have that brain capacity so you just pick up something to cook”. He wants to change that perception in Guyana from “a hustler’s venture or a survival skill” and educate persons that chefs are actually educated and there are degree programmes that are available in cooking. He wants to achieve this goal by starting from the new generation of chefs, moulding them that it is a profession. “You can become a chef and you can love what you do and it doesn’t have to be a survival skill.”“You must love it [cooking]. It must be a passion and a burning desire to join the industry. It’s a very challenging industry at points but very rewarding and if you don’t love it, you’re gonna quit but if you love it, you’re gonna stay. The rewards are wonderful and once you put your passion and your art and your mind, body and soul towards it, trust me it’s going to reward you.”You can catch Chef Kester at Des Patisseries & The Pergola Smokehouse and Lounge located in the Courtyard Mall on Robb Street where there is always something special for you.last_img read more

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Letterkenny AC: Full round-up from Spar Autumn Cross Country event in Dublin

first_imgTwo Letterkenny Athletic Club runners travelled to Dublin on Sunday for the Spar Autumn Cross Country, which was held at Abbotstown.The race was a trial race to select the Irish team to compete in the five Nations’ Masters’ Cross Country International.This will be held in Southport, NW England in the middle of November. Natasha Adams clinched a place on the Irish F35 team, with excellent performance. Her time was 22.21 for the 6K course.  She was second, with only Finn Valley AC’s Teresa Doherty ahead of her.Barry Mackey also had a fine run in what was an ultra-competitive race. It was won by Tommy Hughes, who, despite being just 3 months short of his 60th Birthday,  is one of the world’s outstanding M55 runners.Barry ran well and his time of 30.46 for 7.5KM gave him a highly creditable 8th place.In the Open Races, the 2 Kellys, Eoin and Niamh, put on very good performances. Eoin was 39th in a time of 27.11. City of Derry Spartans’ runner, Conor Bradley, won the race in a very fast time of 22.55. In the senior women’s race, Niamh Kelly was 20th in 23.15. English athlete, Abbie Donnelly, was the winner in 20.52.Eoin Hughes and Philip McHugh had excellent runs in very tough,  muddy conditions on an undulating course in Saturday’s Comber Cup in Northern Ireland.This race was organised by Ballydrain Harriers at the Billy Neill Centre, Dundonald. Eoin was 12th in a very competitive race. His time for the 5-mile course was 30.20.  Philip was close behind, crossing the line in 32.18. The race winner was Mark McKinstry in 27.58.Cathal Roarty was the first Letterkenny runner across the line in the Letterkenny Parkrun on Saturday morning. Cathal’s time, in his 77th Parkrun, was 23.19. He was the leading M55 runner.Dara Dunne was also first in her F50 category. Her time was 24.35. Philip O’Hare was the first runner home in 19.19. Letterkenny AC: Full round-up from Spar Autumn Cross Country event in Dublin was last modified: October 23rd, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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:athleticsLetterkenny AClast_img read more

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