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Confident Connacht have a "real chance" in France

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The only province without a trophy, Connacht truly believe this could be their year. As they head to France to face Grenoble in Saturday's European Challenge Cup quarter-finals (8pm), all Irish eyes are focused on Pat Lam's blossoming side.

Confident Connacht have a "real chance" in France

The only province without a trophy, Connacht truly believe this could be their year. As they head to France to face Grenoble in Saturday's European Challenge Cup quarter-finals (8pm), all Irish eyes are focused on Pat Lam's blossoming side.

Confident Connacht have a "real chance" in France

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The only province without a trophy, Connacht truly believe this could be their year. As they head to France to face Grenoble in Saturday's European Challenge Cup quarter-finals (8pm), all Irish eyes are focused on Pat Lam's blossoming side.

Gorgeous four bed in Tara Grove

John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 45 Tara Grove, a four bedroom semidetached residence situated in a nice quiet cul-de-sac with lovely, private rear gardens.

Gorgeous four bed in Tara Grove

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John Quinn has received instructions to offer for sale No 45 Tara Grove, a four bedroom semidetached residence situated in a nice quiet cul-de-sac with lovely, private rear gardens.

Uisneach still on tentative World Heritage list

 

Seán Tyrrell’s Message Of Peace

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JOHN BOYLE O’Reilly was one of the most fascinating individuals to emerge from 19th century Ireland, and he is the subject of a show by the great Seán Tyrrell.

Man to appear in court today over Collins murder

A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken will appear before Harristown District Court today (Friday) in relation to the murder of Sandra Collins.

The Gaelic chief and his Oxford friend

Ruaidhri Ó Flaithbheartaigh was a Gaelic Irish chief from Galway and a man of letters who corresponded with a wide circle of friends on a variety of issues.

Have a bounce on the Poulnabrone Bouncy Dolmen

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Dolmens are ancient portal stone burial sites found throughout Ireland, Britain, and Brittany and are places of archaeological and spiritual importance - but are they really places to have fun?

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