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Top Irish players visit Moycullen

Eight of the country’s top handballers will compete in a special two-day invitational tournament in the county this weekend.

Skittles strikes again

Buccaneers 45

Table toppers stroll to victory

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West United gained another three points on their seemingly unstoppable march to the Western Hygiene Supplies Premier League title on Saturday afternoon with a convincing win over NUI Galway at Dangan. No medals are handed out in November, as William Grant will be stressing to his squad, but this win has placed his side in a strong position to lift the trophy next spring.

Larkin GPA player of the year as Cats dominate

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Kilkenny’s Eoin Larkin and Tyrone’s Seán Cavanagh have been announced as the Opel Gaelic Players of the Year for hurling and football for 2008 by the Gaelic Players Association at the GPA’s annual gala and awards evening at the Citywest Hotel.

An exciting game with a bitter end

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In a moment of madness and less than a minute to go after an excellent game, the 2008 Top Oil under 21 hurling championship final came to a sudden, bitter end at Dr Cullen Park on Sunday. The reigning champions Naomh Eoin-Miseal had come from behind and were leading Erin’s Own by a goal 2-7 to 1-7. However close to full-time the Erin’s Own men were awarded a free from midfield, two players became involved in a very quick snap encounter with one another, and in a flash players came from all directions and got involved.

Under 12s launch reactivation of Gaelic games in Argentina  

Two under 12 teams, representing Ballymahon National School and Ballymore National School participated in a symbolic football match this week to mark the launch of a unique initiative aimed at reactivating Gaelic games in Argentina.                                                                              

Fr Ted stars for The Comedy Club

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TWO STARS of Fr Ted will perform in The Comedy Club in Cuba* tomorrow, when Patrick McDonnell and Tommy Tiernan take to the stage.

Readings and book launches

Galway writers Maureen Gallagher and Alan McMonagle will read at An Spidéal Library this evening at 7.30pm. Maureen will read from her first collection of poetry Calling The Tune, while Alan will read from his new collection of short stories Liar, Liar. Both writers are published by WordsontheStreet.

Book launch

Danny Morrison will launch Eoin Ó Broin's book Sinn Fein and the Politics of Left Republicanism in Castlebar Library today at 7.30pm.


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