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Ramires and Eden Hazard gave the Blues a 2-0 lead which Shaun Maloney halved after 58 minutes, before Lampard’s 86th-minute strike saw him move to within four of Bobby Tambling’s club goalscoring record of 202. Substitute Marko Marin then added a stoppage-time fourth as Chelsea. “We deserved to win,” Benitez said. “To win is something you have to do. Top sides, if you want to win something, you have to be consistent winning. It’s normal. But it’s not the end of the world if you draw a game you deserve to win. The problem for me would be if we don’t create chances; we create chances every game.” Press Association Rafael Benitez expressed delight after Frank Lampard scored his 198th Chelsea goal in a 4-1 victory over Wigan to end a four-match winless run and ease the pressure on the interim boss. He went on: “We score goals. We’re making some mistakes, but we have a lot of positives. Today four goals could be six goals at the end.” The result is likely to at least delay Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, who is not renowned for his patience, reaching for the trigger. Benitez was unfazed. “It was just speculation,” he said. “Nobody is in contact with the owner to find out if he says this or that. It is my job: try to win every game. That’s it, so I have to concentrate on that.” There was a moment of alarm when, with Chelsea leading 2-1, the visitors had a penalty appeal declined after Ronnie Stam’s shot struck Ashley Cole on the arm and Wigan boss Roberto Martinez reckons officials should be given further guidance for such incidents. “The referees need a bit of clarity,” Martinez said. “I tell my defenders not to put themselves in a position where it could be a penalty. The defender should have had his arm ‘attached’ to his body. Clearly the arm wasn’t. “But it’s down to the interpretation of the referee. It’s a difficult call.”
Harriet C. Fox, age 86, lifelong Wellington area resident, died March 25, 2016 at Wellington Health and Rehab in Wellington.Â Through the years she had worked at Modern Cleaners and Daylight Donut Shop.Harriet was born on February 12, 1930 on a farm near Perth, KS to Erwin Ellsworth Fox and Fannie Belle (Erhard) Fox.Â She was a graduate of Wellington High School.She was a member of the First Christian Church, Christian Womenâ€™ s Fellowship, and had previously served on the Wellington Housing Authority Board.Â Harriet enjoyed baking and making cookies and quick breads and helping people in need.She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Floyd, Roy, Earl, Cleo, Dale and George Fox; and sisters, Evelyn Brown, Ruth Stamper, Frances Struble, Vera Fox, and Elva Brownlee.Survivors include sister-in-law, Alice Fox of Wellington; and many nieces and nephews.Funeral Services will be held at the First Christian Church on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 at 1:30 P.M.Â Pastor Don Bryant will officiate.Â Interment will follow the service at Bethany Cemetery in Perth, KS.Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday, March 29, 2016 from 1 to 8 p.m. The family will be present to green friends from 6 to 8 p.m.A memorial has been established with the First Christian Church in lieu of flowers.Â Contributions can be left or mailed to the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.net
Boyle-ing – the Lettermacaward men leadThe Boyle Boys celebrate> Pic Clive WassonLETTERMACAWARD’S Declan Boyle is Donegal International Rally champion – the first Donegal home crew win in 31 years.He and navigator Brian finished 30 seconds ahead of their nearest rivals.It’s the first Donegal Driver since James Cullen in 99 and and the 1st ALL DONEGAL crew since Vincent Bonner and Seamus McGettigan in 1983. Defending champions Sam Moffett and James O Reilly were second with former champions Gary Jennings and Rory Kennedy finished third.Josh Moffett and John Rowan took the Group N honours from Stephen Mc Cann and Lisa O Dowd with Aaron Mc Hale and Paul Mc Gee in third spot.The National event was won by Monaghan’s Gary Mc Phillips & Paul Sheridan from local crew Conor Harvey & Gerard Callaghan in 2nd spot with Frank Kelly & Liam Brennan third. Local crews Brian Brogan/Damien Mc Gettigan in 4th and Damien Gallagher / Mac Walsh in 5th also had great events.All the positions are below: Rory and Garry O/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS20RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev12Declan Boyle/Brian BoyleSubaru WRC6O/A10:17.00:002:21:56.421Sam Moffett/James O’ReillyFord Fiesta WRC6O/A10:19.80:002:22:31.20:34.80:34.833Garry Jennings/Rory KennedySubaru WRC6O/A10:24.70:002:25:14.33:17.92:43.146Derek McGarrity/James McKeeSubaru WRC6110:25.60:002:26:41.64:45.21:27.3510Josh Moffett/John RowanMitsubishi Evo 94111:28.50:002:33:09.211:12.86:27.6625Stephen McCann/Lisa O’DowdMitsubishi Evo 94211:51.10:002:37:57.616:01.24:48.4728Aaron McHale/Paul McGeeMitsubishi Evo 94311:40.70:002:40:02.418:06.02:04.8883Callum Devine/Liam McLaughlinFord Fiesta R22111:41.90:002:43:41.121:44.73:38.79109Richard Tanahill/Aileen KellyPeugeot 2082211:44.50:002:44:17.722:21.30:36.61041Brian O’Keefe/Sean HaydeSubaru Impreza4412:02.00:002:45:41.023:44.61:23.311104Martin O’Donnell/John M O’DonnellHonda Civic1112:32.70:002:49:18.527:22.13:37.51284Ed Twomey/William LynchFord Fiesta ST2312:15.60:002:50:43.828:47.41:25.313141Alistair Glenn/Paul GallagherPeugeot 2062413:48.90:003:13:48.451:52.023:04.6Results for the National categoryO/ACarDriver/CodriverMakeClassPosSS20RoadTotalDiff 1stDiff Prev114Gary McPhillips/Paul SheridanFord Escort Mk214O/A10:58.60:002:30:06.4232Conor Harvey/Gerard CallaghanFord Escort14O/A10:51.50:002:31:24.21:17.81:17.8319Frank Kelly/Liam BrennanFord Escort14O/A10:36.70:002:31:34.01:27.60:09.8422Brian Brogan/Damien McGettiganFord Escort Mk214110:59.80:002:33:10.03:03.61:36.0520Damien Gallagher/Mac WalshFord Escort14210:54.60:152:34:46.84:40.41:36.8618Wesley Patterson/Johnny BairdFord Escort14310:58.50:002:35:21.45:15.00:34.67160Richard Moffett/Martin ConnollyToyota Starlet13111:07.50:002:35:32.65:26.20:11.28165Vivian Hamill/Stephen ThorntonFord Escort RS14411:03.60:002:37:53.07:46.62:20.4945John McQuaid/Seamus O’ConnorFord Escort Mk214511:06.80:002:39:26.79:20.31:33.71031Jim McKenna/Thomas TreanorFord Escort14611:32.30:002:40:15.510:09.10:48.81142Patrick McHugh/Pauric O’DonnellFord Escort13211:26.30:002:40:28.710:22.30:13.21236Robbie Peoples/Keith StewartFord Escort Mk214712:17.20:002:41:53.811:47.41:25.11370Gerard McQuaid/Gary QuinlanFord Escort Mk213311:12.80:002:42:03.711:57.30:09.91454Adrian McElhinney/Paddy GormanFord Escort Mk213411:28.80:002:42:23.212:16.80:19.51567Paul Doherty/Hugh CollFord Escort Mk213511:34.10:002:42:50.212:43.80:27.01651Kevin Bradley/Graham HendersonFord Escort Mk211R111:45.50:002:44:08.814:02.41:18.61744Kieron Graffin/Paddy RobinsonMitsubishi Evo1016111:30.90:002:44:17.114:10.70:08.318156Anthony Hand/James McCarvilleFord Escort Mk211R211:18.50:002:44:33.614:27.20:16.51972Paul Gallagher/Patrick GallagherFord Escort Mk111R311:36.80:002:44:41.414:35.00:07.82047Thomas Keys/Dean O’SullivanFord Escort Mk213611:40.10:002:44:41.414:35.02199Garry Gallagher/Lee CullenToyota Corolla11R411:35.40:002:44:52.614:46.20:11.222110Paul Creamer/Patrick DurningHonda Civic11F111:56.90:002:45:07.115:00.70:14.52382Gerard McFall/Conor O’LoanMitsubishi Evo 916211:30.90:002:45:18.115:11.70:11.02448Gary McElhinney/Johny CharlestonFord Escort Mk213711:50.20:002:45:37.915:31.50:19.82580Enda McCormack/Colin FitzgeraldHyundai WRC15111:33.50:002:45:41.815:35.40:03.92692Liam McFall/Matthew McKennaMitsubishi Evo 916311:41.20:002:45:43.415:37.00:01.62795Liam McMullan/John CollHonda Civic11F212:05.30:002:46:15.216:08.80:31.82896Barry McGill/Derek HeenaFord Escort Mk29111:50.60:002:46:29.416:23.00:14.229115James McDermott/Paul McDermottVauxhall Chevette12112:06.90:002:47:53.417:47.01:24.03068John Dolan/Jack McGinleyFord Escort Mk213811:51.00:002:49:12.019:05.61:18.63178Ashley Dickson/Niall BurnsMitsubishi Evo916411:51.80:002:49:39.319:32.90:27.33279Liam Egan/Raymond CoppingerToyota Corolla WRC15212:11.90:002:49:39.719:33.30:00.43374Eamonn Doherty/Loretta KellyFord Escort Mk211R511:53.50:002:49:43.619:37.20:03.93450John Watters/David KellyFord Escort14812:12.00:002:50:00.319:53.90:16.73590Denis Ferry/James HeraghtySubaru Impreza15312:27.00:002:50:16.620:10.20:16.336118Andrew Hegarty/Eoin KellyFord Escort Mk212212:11.50:002:50:28.320:21.90:11.73763Donal Connolly/Danny McLaughlinFord Escort12311:53.50:002:50:28.420:22.00:00.13864Jason Roache/Paddy McCruddenFord Escort Mk213912:04.00:002:50:42.020:35.60:13.639114Kevin McHugh/Evan HughesFord Escort Mk2131011:53.80:002:51:10.521:04.10:28.540116Dan McCanny/Martin GallogleyFord Escort131112:11.00:002:51:15.021:08.60:04.54158RCal McCarthy/Eamonn DulleaHonda Civic11F311:26.75:002:52:23.922:17.51:08.94291Christy Carey/Kieran BaileyMitsubishi Evo 820112:11.80:002:52:27.722:21.30:03.843125Charlie Heraghty/Pearse McBrideToyota Corolla11R611:41.30:002:53:26.923:20.50:59.244113Shaun Callaghan/Patrick McBrideFord Escort Mk2131212:19.90:002:53:29.423:23.00:02.545145Johnny Wilhare/Cahir WilhareHonda Civic11F412:30.60:002:53:48.723:42.30:19.346123Stanley McKeown/Mervyn HawthorneToyota Corolla11R712:16.30:002:54:14.824:08.40:26.147131Dermot McGroary/Evin HendersonTalbot Sunbeam10112:30.20:002:55:49.325:42.91:34.548146Thomas McGlinchey/Tony CurranFord Escort131313:39.00:002:56:14.626:08.20:25.349126John Sweeney/Emmett KellyHonda Civic16512:47.00:002:56:54.926:48.50:40.350101Trevor Graham/Ian GallagherToyota Corolla11R812:47.80:153:00:27.630:21.23:32.751121Geoffrey Nevin/Paul NevinFord Escort Mk212412:54.00:003:00:29.530:23.10:01.952140Shane Carr/Ciaran CarrVauxhall Nova10213:10.20:003:02:04.431:58.01:34.953143Andrew McLaughlin/Stephen McLaughlinHonda Civic11F513:15.30:003:02:07.132:00.70:02.754127RLeonard Craig/Dermot McCaffertyToyota Starlet11R912:11.05:003:02:30.932:24.50:23.855132Eamon McLaughlin/Sean ToppingFord Escort10313:12.50:003:04:17.234:10.81:46.35689RNiall McCullagh/Ryan McCloskeyMitsubishi Evo 620211:48.25:003:04:49.534:43.10:32.357129Caolan Gaffney/Joey KaneToyota Corolla11R1012:33.31:303:05:13.335:06.90:23.85897Brendan O’Reilly/Damien McCabeFord Escort Mk29213:18.42:303:06:45.136:38.71:31.859136Anthony Breen/Jill WhiteSubaru Impreza20312:28.40:003:06:54.636:48.20:09.56062RJohn Bonner/Leon JordanFord Escort Mk2131411:08.75:003:10:09.140:02.73:14.561111RMark Boyle/Charles GallagherHonda Civic11F612:35.15:003:10:12.540:06.10:03.46288RDeclan Hall/Chris CorrToyota Corolla11R1111:41.35:003:10:37.140:30.70:24.663149Kyle McGettigan/Liam DohertyToyota Corolla11R1212:52.40:453:10:38.840:32.40:01.764148Kelvin Gorney/Kieran BurkeCitroen Saxo11F713:59.10:003:12:17.842:11.41:39.065147RGerard Gibbons/Adrian RankinFord Escort Mk211R1312:43.65:003:12:50.742:44.30:32.966100RMichael McClafferty/Damien WhoriskeyHonda Civic11F811:57.65:003:12:55.942:49.50:05.267151Pj Wilhare/Darren SheilsFord Escort RS200012513:19.90:003:15:29.245:22.82:33.368152RMickey Peoples/Lian McIntyreFord Escort131512:13.45:003:15:40.745:34.30:11.569134RPatrick Bradley/Niall McDaidFord Escort G3131611:54.65:003:15:59.245:52.80:18.570144RTerence Diver/Donal McElaneyHonda Civic11F912:13.05:003:27:01.056:54.611:01.871142RShane McLaughlin/Steven BoyleVauxhall Nova9312:51.55:003:29:54.659:48.22:53.672137RAlan Browne/Michael DonnellanSubaru Impreza20413:37.25:003:33:48.21:03:41.83:53.673112RPauric Dufffy/Kevin GlynnCitroen C2R216612:17.67:003:37:03.71:06:57.33:15.574117RPatrick Bonner/Jamsie WardFord Escort Mk212612:43.95:003:40:43.31:10:36.93:39.675154RAndrew Stewart/Tony GallagherMitsubishi Evo415413:21.76:003:45:57.61:15:51.25:14.3BOYLES CLOSE 30-YEAR GAP TO WIN DONEGAL INTERNATIONAL RALLY was last modified: June 22nd, 2014 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 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