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Titans’ youngsters shine at European tournament

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Titan u-13 boys, sole Irish representatives at European basketball tournament in Gothenburg last weekend, returned home with a record of four wins and two losses.

Bench warrants issued for two charged with manslaughter of Oughterard publican and teacher

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The trial of a man and a teenager charged with the killing of popular Oughterard publican and teacher John Kenny could not go ahead at Galway Circuit Criminal Court this week as they failed to turn up and bench warrants for their arrest were subsequently issued.

Man abducted and subjected to ‘horrific assault’ in Menlo shed, jury hears

A jury has heard how a man who had got behind on his debts to drug suppliers was abducted by two men and taken to a country laneway shed where he was subjected to the “most horrific” assault for more than an hour.

‘Peacemaker’ left in coma after street brawl spiralled out of control

An argument which started when a car revved aggressively to get a crowd out of its way quickly turned into a street brawl in which one man was left in a two-week coma in Dublin suffering terrible pain and having a quarter of his skull removed, a jury has heard.

Man who stole Ganley’s ancient ash trees for hurleys found guilty

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A Tipperary man who ventured on to private woodlands in Tuam without permission chopping down up to 22 ancient and priceless ash trees to make hurleys was found guilty by a jury yesterday.

Trial begins for man accused of sexually assaulting three sisters

A trial is underway at Galway Circuit Criminal Court after a 41-year-old Dublin man pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting three sisters while holidaying on an island in Connemara during a two year period.

Fisherman charged with stabbing warned to stop ‘codding the court’

A Connemara fisherman charged with stabbing a man during a drunken scuffle over two years ago was warned by a circuit court judge to stop “codding the court” and to take his alcohol difficulties seriously in order to avoid a jail sentence.

Jury fails to reach verdict on dangerous driving causing death charge

The jury in the trial of a 21-year-old Spiddal man charged with dangerous driving causing death of a woman at Inverin, in the summer of 2008, failed to reach a verdict on the charge.

Former Tuam drug dealer must reduce his intake of methadone

A former Tuam drug dealer and heroin addict, who was caught with almost €25,000 worth of drugs in his car and at his apartment last year, has been given until November by a circuit court judge to reduce his intake of methadone before a prison sentence is imposed.

Galway man found guilty of one count of sexually assaulting niece

A young Galway man has been found guilty, by majority verdict, of one count of sexually assaulting his niece during a visit to her granny.

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