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The Leader-Herald
Johnstown golfers top Scotia-GlenvilleFiorillo had a 47 for the Golden Knights. Gavin Bown finished with a 57 to lea
Johnstown golfers top Scotia-Glenville
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Fiorillo had a 47 for the Golden Knights. Gavin Bown finished with a 57 to lead Northville-Mayfield. Galway 9, Duanesburg 6 DUANESBURG - Ryan Lovelass finished with a 34 to lead Galway to a WAC win over Duanesburg at... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
H.S. Volleyball Roundup: Lady Rams sweep Lady Panthers, 3Academy today at 6 p.m. Amsterdam is slated to travel to Broadalbin-Perth on W
H.S. Volleyball Roundup: Lady Rams sweep Lady Panthers, 3
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
Academy today at 6 p.m. Amsterdam is slated to travel to Broadalbin-Perth on Wednesday for a 6 p.m. match. Non-league Galway 3, Argyle 0 ARGYLE -Britany Kenyon finished with 13 kills and five blocks to lead Galway to a non-league win over... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Mayfield blanks Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville, 6to post the shutout win in goal for FFCS (3-5-1 overall, 3-5-1 WAC). Alexander
Mayfield blanks Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville, 6
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
to post the shutout win in goal for FFCS (3-5-1 overall, 3-5-1 WAC). Alexander Lawrence made 15 stops for Duanesburg. Galway 7, Schoharie 2 SCHOHARIE - Erik Matthews, Quinn Smith and Jake Restivo all scored two goals to lift Galway to a WAC... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Queensbury halts Gloversville’s win streak at five gameswho improved to 4-6 overall and 4-5 in WAC play. Sam Petrosino made three save
Queensbury halts Gloversville’s win streak at five games
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
who improved to 4-6 overall and 4-5 in WAC play. Sam Petrosino made three saves for Middleburgh. Schoharie 4, Galway 1 GALWAY - Katie Krohn finished with two goals and an assist to help Schoharie to a WAC win over Galway. Carrie... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Intercounty captains lining out in the Middle EastIreland have joined up with GAA clubs in the Middle East at the start of anothe
Intercounty captains lining out in the Middle East
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 hours ago
Ireland have joined up with GAA clubs in the Middle East at the start of another exciting season in the Gulf. This year's Galway Ladies Football captain Edel Concannon has taken up a two-year teaching position in Abu Dhabi while 2015 Kilkenny... Read more
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Irish Examiner
€5.5m to tackle knotweed on roads; Multi-phase project ‘will take years’ to eradicate invasive plantspecies which involved extensive identification and data mapping of knotweed in
€5.5m to tackle knotweed on roads; Multi-phase project ‘will take years’ to eradicate invasive plant
Irish Examiner / Posted 4 hours ago
species which involved extensive identification and data mapping of knotweed infestations in two pilot counties, Kerry and Galway. The research culminated in a contract where 10,000sq m of Japanese knotweed was treated on the N70 in Kerry in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Irish person with blood cancer first in world to take part in new drug trialin patients with multiple myeloma. The GMI-1271 trial for multiple myeloma pat
Irish person with blood cancer first in world to take part in new drug trial
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
in patients with multiple myeloma. The GMI-1271 trial for multiple myeloma patients will also open in University Hospital Galway where Professor Michael O’Dwyer (Director of Blood Cancer Network Ireland) is leading the study. Commenting on the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
More Irish than the Irish themselves: Pubs up for top awardmore than 300 people. Before emigrating to Chicago in the 1990s, he was a promi
More Irish than the Irish themselves: Pubs up for top award
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 hours ago
more than 300 people. Before emigrating to Chicago in the 1990s, he was a prominent publican and hotelier in his native Galway. “I’m delighted to be invited to speak at this gathering” said Mr Lawless. “The Irish pub continues to enjoy... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Warnings as killer Portuguese man o' wars wash up on several Irish beachesman o' wars, which are made up of four different organisms working together, ha
Warnings as killer Portuguese man o' wars wash up on several Irish beaches
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 hours ago
man o' wars, which are made up of four different organisms working together, have been spotted in Donegal, Clare, Cork, Galway and Kerry. According to the Irish Mirror , a warning has been issued by wildlife groups with experts warning that the... Read more
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RTE News
Laois opt for Creedon - Galway keep the faithLaois go with Peter Creedon as new manger - Galway stick with Kevin Walsh and M
Laois opt for Creedon - Galway keep the faith
RTE News / Posted 7 hours ago
Laois go with Peter Creedon as new manger - Galway stick with Kevin Walsh and Micheál Donoghue Updated / Sept. 27, 2016 10:13Peter Creedon will aim to revive the fortunes of the Laois footballers Peter Creedon is the new manager of the Laois... Read more
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New York Post
This mom had the luck of the Irish traveling with her babyduring my weekend getaway to Ireland was finding a local babysitter so I could
This mom had the luck of the Irish traveling with her baby
New York Post / Posted 7 hours ago
during my weekend getaway to Ireland was finding a local babysitter so I could explore the Saturday night scene in Galway. I enlisted the help of the sister of a flatmate from a few years back, but other travelers have had success finding... Read more
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The New Statesman
Hands across the pages: the stories of the world's most beautiful bookshigh-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one
Hands across the pages: the stories of the world's most beautiful books
The New Statesman / Posted 8 hours ago
high-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one true faith, but although she was born in Galway, my mum was as relaxed about her religion as she was about her native roots. Any strong feelings about the English... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Gardaí issue new appeal to help identify man's body found in GalwayGardaí have issued a fresh appeal for information to help identify the body of
Gardaí issue new appeal to help identify man's body found in Galway
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 hours ago
Gardaí have issued a fresh appeal for information to help identify the body of a man found in Galway two years ago. The remains of the man - believed to be in his 30s - were discovered in a wooded area near Barna on September 27, 2014. It is... Read more
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RTE News
The Rochford Filesthat he had a future on the sidelines. Stints with various underage sides and
The Rochford Files
RTE News / Posted 9 hours ago
that he had a future on the sidelines. Stints with various underage sides and GMIT in the Sigerson Cup paved the way to Galway club powerhouse Corofin, who set him some pretty lofty targets when he joined in 2013. “We had to get out of Galway... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Cunningham on Cavan's radar27 September 2016 Galway manager Anthony Cunningham with his players on All-Ir
Cunningham on Cavan's radar
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 10 hours ago
27 September 2016 Galway manager Anthony Cunningham with his players on All-Ireland final day 2015 ©INPHO/Ryan Byrne by Jackie Cahill Cavan are poised to make a move for Anthony Cunningham to become their new senior... Read more
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Herald.ie
Leo denies 'love-bombing' FG TDs with pizza and beer to win supporthe added. Mr Varadkar visited the National Ploughing Championships in Co Offal
Leo denies 'love-bombing' FG TDs with pizza and beer to win support
Herald.ie / Posted 14 hours ago
he added. Mr Varadkar visited the National Ploughing Championships in Co Offaly last week and also met colleagues in both Galway constituencies. However, he insisted that the visits were mostly "Social Protection business". He pointed out that... Read more
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Herald.ie
Tough at the top as Cork aim to close gapRovers on Saturday night was a missed opportunity for second-placed Cork and th
Tough at the top as Cork aim to close gap
Herald.ie / Posted 14 hours ago
Rovers on Saturday night was a missed opportunity for second-placed Cork and they really need to win tonight, at home to Galway United, to reduce that lead. "Games are coming thick and fast, in the run-in, there will be a lot of twists and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Strategy to create broader cultural vision for Dublinvision of culture in the capital. Dublin was knocked out before the final roun
Strategy to create broader cultural vision for Dublin
The Irish Times / Posted 16 hours ago
vision of culture in the capital. Dublin was knocked out before the final round of the competition, ultimately won by Galway, to be European Capital of Culture 2020. However, according to council chief executive Owen Keegan, the process ended... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Three-bed semis top €200k for first time post-crashAlliance chairman Michael O’Connor said prices in the tier containing commuter
Three-bed semis top €200k for first time post-crash
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 hours ago
Alliance chairman Michael O’Connor said prices in the tier containing commuter counties and the main cities of Cork and Galway have risen by an average of just under €3,000 while those in the rest of the country have increased by nearly... Read more
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RTE News
Fresh appeal to identify dead man two years on/ Sept. 27, 2016 01:03The man's body was discovered by a local person walking h
Fresh appeal to identify dead man two years on
RTE News / Posted 16 hours ago
/ Sept. 27, 2016 01:03The man's body was discovered by a local person walking his dog in a wooded area close to Rusheen in Galway Gardaí have issued a new appeal for information, to help them identify a man whose body was found in Galway two years... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Toddler airlifted to hospital after severing finger in accidenthelicopter had been on a training mission and had to return to Shannon to refue
Toddler airlifted to hospital after severing finger in accident
Irish Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
helicopter had been on a training mission and had to return to Shannon to refuel. In the meantime, the ambulance transported the child to the airport to meet the helicopter. The youngster was flown to University Hospital Galway for... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Galway managers ratified for three more years26 September 2016 Galway manager Kevin Walsh celebrates with supporters. Kevi
Galway managers ratified for three more years
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 20 hours ago
26 September 2016 Galway manager Kevin Walsh celebrates with supporters. Kevin Walsh and Michael O'Donoghue will be in charge of the Galway footballer and hurlers respectively until 2019. Walsh has... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Munster National renamed to honour JT McNamarain 2013, died in July, aged 41. The €100,000 contest will be run on October 9
Munster National renamed to honour JT McNamara
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
in 2013, died in July, aged 41. The €100,000 contest will be run on October 9 and has received 36 entries including Galway Plate hero Lord Scoundrel and his Kerry National-winning stable companion Wrath Of Titans. Other contenders include... Read more
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Bay Weekly
50 Ways to Leave Your Summerwith the National Oyster Contest and the National Shucking Championship, whose
50 Ways to Leave Your Summer
Bay Weekly / Posted yesterday
with the National Oyster Contest and the National Shucking Championship, whose winner goes to international competition in Galway, Ireland. Oct. 15 & 16, St. Mary’s County fairgrounds, Leonardtown:... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Health Innovation Hub ready to take appointments at UCC– hosted by University College Cork in partnership with Cork Institute of Techn
Health Innovation Hub ready to take appointments at UCC
techcentral.ie / Posted yesterday
– hosted by University College Cork in partnership with Cork Institute of Technology, the National University of Ireland Galway and Trinity College Dublin, and supported by the Dept of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation through Enterprise Ireland, and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
The Coronas set to play intimate gig in the WestThe Coronas are set to play an intimate gig in Galway later this year. The ban
The Coronas set to play intimate gig in the West
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
The Coronas are set to play an intimate gig in Galway later this year. The band are made up of Dubliners but are no strangers to the Connemara city having played there multiple times over the years including the Galway Arts Festival. The Coronas... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Man died after choking incident in nursing home dining room, inquest hears.a brain tumour. Mr Cunningham was admitted to Beaumont Hospital in April 2014
Man died after choking incident in nursing home dining room, inquest hears.
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
a brain tumour. Mr Cunningham was admitted to Beaumont Hospital in April 2014 after he went missing and was later found in Galway. He had previously gone missing for two days while on holiday in Madrid. The family were finding it increasingly... Read more
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The New Statesman
Jeremy Corbyn shows his support for a campaign asking him to change his own cabinethigh-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one
Jeremy Corbyn shows his support for a campaign asking him to change his own cabinet
The New Statesman / Posted yesterday
high-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one true faith, but although she was born in Galway, my mum was as relaxed about her religion as she was about her native roots. Any strong feelings about the English... Read more
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The Irish Times
Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?too. Marion McEnroy-Higgins is a lecturer in Art History & Critical Theory at
Why do Irish institutions still call themselves ‘royal’?
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
too. Marion McEnroy-Higgins is a lecturer in Art History & Critical Theory at the Centre for Creative Arts & Media, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology To have your say on this article, Irish Times subscribers may use the comments field... Read more
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Irish Central
Historic film of old Ireland from 1934of the Globe." The film of the Claddagh residents, over 500 rural folk who liv
Historic film of old Ireland from 1934
Irish Central / Posted yesterday
of the Globe." The film of the Claddagh residents, over 500 rural folk who lived in a tight-knit fishing village near Galway, is unique. Claddagh residents were a group onto themselves. They fished for a living, never emigrated and stayed... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Clarinbridge hurler's unique achievementSeptember 2016 Pic via CLARINBRIDGE GAA on Facebook. Brian Carr may well be t
Clarinbridge hurler's unique achievement
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted yesterday
September 2016 Pic via CLARINBRIDGE GAA on Facebook. Brian Carr may well be the only man to have won every medal in Galway adult hurling after he helped Clarinbridge to victory in yesterday’s Junior C1 final. Clarinbridge’s four-point win... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Aho, Saxtons River painter, selected for Vermont’s top arts awardof the state this year,� said Aldrich. Other recent awardees include singer Gr
Aho, Saxtons River painter, selected for Vermont’s top arts award
Rutland Herald / Posted yesterday
of the state this year,� said Aldrich. Other recent awardees include singer Grace Potter and artist Warren Kimble and poet Galway Kinnell, he said. While seven of the past 10 Governor�s Awards have gone to artists from Windham County, Aldrich said... Read more
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The Irish Times
Ní barr an tsléibhe a bhain muid amacha chur faoi dhrámaíocht na Gaeilge agus bhí rún ag an amharclann cur leis an ia
Ní barr an tsléibhe a bhain muid amach
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
a chur faoi dhrámaíocht na Gaeilge agus bhí rún ag an amharclann cur leis an iarracht sin. Bhí “cainteanna ar siúl leis an Galway Theatre Festival faoi lá Gaeilge ar stáitse na Taibhdheirce le gearrdhrámaí nua le linn na féile sin” ar an bhliain... Read more
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The Irish Times
New € 68m medical research centre to open in Galwayfor medical device research representing a unique partnership between Irish uni
New € 68m medical research centre to open in Galway
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
for medical device research representing a unique partnership between Irish universities and industry is opening in NUI Galway. The Cúram centre represents a €68 million investment in medtech research. Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and... Read more
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RTE News
Medical device research centre to open in Galway A €68m centre for medical device research will be officially launched at NUI
Medical device research centre to open in Galway
RTE News / Posted yesterday
A €68m centre for medical device research will be officially launched at NUI Galway this morning. The Centre for Research in Medical Devices will involve more than 250 researchers from a total of six... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Priceless heirlooms gifted back to Glasgow by family of Sir Hugh Reidfrom King George V in 1915 on the death of Reid’s son during the First World Wa
Priceless heirlooms gifted back to Glasgow by family of Sir Hugh Reid
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
from King George V in 1915 on the death of Reid’s son during the First World War. Ms Reid, 90, travelled from Galway to Glasgow to see the work of the Springburn Winter Gardens Trust. While in the city she was welcomed to the City... Read more
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The Irish Times
New medtech R&D centre represents €68m investmentfor medical device research representing a unique partnership between Irish uni
New medtech R&D centre represents €68m investment
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
for medical device research representing a unique partnership between Irish universities and industry is opening in NUI Galway. The Cúram centre represents a €68 million investment in medtech research. Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and... Read more
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Herald.ie
Finn focus on big showin Sligo, but boss John Caulfield feels the title race is still open. "We inten
Finn focus on big show
Herald.ie / Posted yesterday
in Sligo, but boss John Caulfield feels the title race is still open. "We intend to push it right to the end and we still believe there could be a twist in the run-in to this campaign," says Caulfield, his side in action tomorrow at home to G... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Section II's best of the weekMaple Hill girls' cross country: The senior standout captured individual honors
Section II's best of the week
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
Maple Hill girls' cross country: The senior standout captured individual honors Saturday in the Division II race at the Galway Invitational, crossing the line in a time of 17 minutes, 25 seconds. Joel Greska, Corinth boys' cross country: Took... Read more
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Irish Central
Over 20,000 march in Dublin in mass pro-choice rallyfrom the 65 member organisations of the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendmen
Over 20,000 march in Dublin in mass pro-choice rally
Irish Central / Posted 2 days ago
from the 65 member organisations of the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment. In an address to the crowd, popular Galway-born blues singer Mary Coughlan said: "I have been involved in many campaigns, and this is surely the most joyous of... Read more
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The New Statesman
I worked as a teacher – so I can tell you how regressive grammar schools arehigh-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one
I worked as a teacher – so I can tell you how regressive grammar schools are
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
high-profile grammar. The head teacher berated my mother for betraying the one true faith, but although she was born in Galway, my mum was as relaxed about her religion as she was about her native roots. Any strong feelings about the English... Read more
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Sporting Life
Irish Eyes: Go, go, go, Goken!Maguire taking 5lbs off. On the negative side, he has never won over this mile
Irish Eyes: Go, go, go, Goken!
Sporting Life / Posted 2 days ago
Maguire taking 5lbs off. On the negative side, he has never won over this mile and a half trip but ran respectably over it at Galway, given the way the race panned out for him. With soft ground being perfect for the old boy, 11/1 looks more than fa... Read more
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RTE News
Title race far from over, insists Caulfieldbelieve there could be a twist in the run-in to this campaign. "We'll move on
Title race far from over, insists Caulfield
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
believe there could be a twist in the run-in to this campaign. "We'll move on to Tuesday night. We're back at home against Galway and we have an opportunity to close the gap." Caulfield felt that his side could have claimed all three points... Read more
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The Leader-Herald
Area runners fare well at Galway InvitationalAllard (15:15) was second. Bishop Gibbons won the team title with 55 points, w
Area runners fare well at Galway Invitational
The Leader-Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Allard (15:15) was second. Bishop Gibbons won the team title with 55 points, while Maple Hill was second with 61 points. Galway was ninth with 202 points, while Mayfield and Oppenheim-Ephratah/St. Johnsville fielded incomplete teams. Tyler... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Where are they now? What rogue traders do after prisonas himself. He has also given talks to companies on risk management and written
Where are they now? What rogue traders do after prison
The Middletown Press / Posted 2 days ago
as himself. He has also given talks to companies on risk management and written two books. He even briefly served as CEO of Galway United Football Club. JEROME KERVIEL Kerviel, who left prison in 2014 after a three-year sentence, has used his fame... Read more
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RTE News
Sligo stand firm to dent Rebels' title hopeswhen substitute Mark O'Sullivan was involved in an incident with John Russell a
Sligo stand firm to dent Rebels' title hopes
RTE News / Posted 2 days ago
when substitute Mark O'Sullivan was involved in an incident with John Russell as he attempted to retrieve the ball from the Galway native. O'Sullivan barged Russell to the floor in front of the Sligo dugout but referee Neil Doyle decided instead to... Read more
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GAA Football & Hurling
Dillon says Clare are 'united' in wake of Fitzgerald departurefew weeks ago, he was trying to get an opinion off players and did they feel th
Dillon says Clare are 'united' in wake of Fitzgerald departure
GAA Football & Hurling / Posted 2 days ago
few weeks ago, he was trying to get an opinion off players and did they feel the need for change. He spoke to us after the Galway game that he was deciding his future, he was unsure about whether he’d commit for 2017. He reiterated that to us a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New Yorkweek of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New York
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
week of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired a car for two weeks, staying in cottages in Galway and Kerry. We visited Skellig Michael, a 218-metre-high rock in the ocean, 14 kilometres south of the Ring of Kerry.... Read more
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The Border Mail
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New Yorkweek of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New York
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
week of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired a car for two weeks, staying in cottages in Galway and Kerry. We visited Skellig Michael, a 218-metre-high rock in the ocean, 14 kilometres south of the Ring of Kerry.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New Yorkweek of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired
The Trip: A reader's story of the Scilly Isles, Ireland and New York
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 days ago
week of galleries, museums and day trips by train – then Dublin, where we hired a car for two weeks, staying in cottages in Galway and Kerry. We visited Skellig Michael, a 218-metre-high rock in the ocean, 14 kilometres south of the Ring of Kerry.... Read more
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