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Lough Ree RNLI was the busiest lifeboat station in Ireland last year. According to figures released by the lifeboat charity the crew at Lough Ree launched 69 times in 2014 bringing some 142 people to safety.
ALTHOUGH GEORGE Friederich Handel’s Messiah is one of the most universally loved of all choral works, its popularity has an extra intensity in Ireland as the country feels a certain ownership of it.
Last Sunday was yet another disappointing experience for the Galway senior hurlers at the hands of their nemesis Kilkenny.
Coming out of Dublin last Sunday evening on the motorway was a surreal experience. The motorway at 7.30pm was like some kind of mobile car park for Galway supporters as they trekked West after seeing their team play their part in one of the best hurling finals in years.
Henry Shefflin has remained at home in Kilkenny this week, as his fellow All-Star hurlers departed on a trip to sunny California.
Kilkenny’s All-Ireland-winning hurlers dominate the list of nominees for this year’s GAA GPA All-Star Hurling Awards.
As Kilkenny Job Club formally welcomed its new sponsor last week, there was a timely demonstration of the service’s value – as two of the club’s participants received invitations to interview.
In recent years Semple Stadium has become the spiritual home for the National Hurling League Final. Geographically it probably suited all participating counties. However with the Dubs reaching the final for the first time since 1946 the authorities in HQ have in one way made a constructive effort to attract a big crowd by holding it in Croke Park only to shoot themselves in the foot with the admission fee of €25.
There was so much drama in last Sunday’s final league action that the GAA hierarchy could be forgiven for doing a U-turn on the reinstatement of the semi-finals that was passed in congress last Saturday.
O'Loughlin Gaels and Carrickshock will be the envy of every Kilkenny senior club hurler next Sunday when they step out at Nowlan Park to do battle for the Tom Walsh Cup. All 12 teams set out at the start of the championship campaign hoping to reach this very special day in the Kilkenny hurling calendar. Round by round teams have fallen by the wayside.