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The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official Internet address .ie, has announced that its 2013 OPTIMISE e-commerce Website Development Fund is open for entries and is encouraging Galway based companies to apply.
Westmeath companies are being invited to apply for an e-commerce website development fund offering €10,000 worth of support to 10 companies nationwide. The IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the managed registry for Ireland’s official internet address .ie, launched OPTIMISE, a new e-commerce website development fund for Irish SMEs worth €100,000. The OPTIMISE fund is one of a number of initiatives to mark the 10th anniversary of the organisation which manages the .ie domain in the interests of the Irish internet community.
The Cats and the Blues served up a cracking National Hurling league seventh round tie that remained in doubt right up to full time. The visitors, after a blistering start with a Joe Boland goal led 1-6 to 0-4 in the opening 10 minutes. However by the 19th minute they had stretched the lead to six points before a brace of Richie Hogan points had the sides level 1-10 to 0-13 approaching half time. Three further unanswered points including two Henry Shefflin frees saw the home side lead by three points 0-17 to 1-10 at the break. On the restart David O'Callaghan narrowed the lead to one point before Paul Murphy's 18-minute point had Kilkenny five ahead. From there to the end the game intensified with the second David O'Callaghan goal putting his side 3-14 to 0-21 ahead in the 29th minute. A minute later Eoin Larkin netted to restore the lead before David Curtin equalised only to see Eoin Larkin and Richie Hogan add points to deprive them of a memorable result as the final score read Kilkenny 1-23 Dublin 3-15
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