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Navigating today’s corporate landscape

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Russell Brennan Keane and Bank of Ireland Business Banking came together last Wednesday to update senior executives in the Midlands business community on significant changes happening in the legal and banking landscape which will impact on all businesses.

Westport Civic trust presents Neither Fish nor Fowl

Ware lands top junior title

Junior squash kicked off in earnest this weekend with Galway LTC hosting the Connacht Junior Squash Championships and it turned out to be quite a weekend for Carlow’s young squash players.

Ware having major impact on squash scene

In the space of three short weeks, Elaine Ware has turned the junior squash scene in Ireland on its head. Three weeks ago in Galway, this exciting Carlow player took the U-15 Connacht Junior Open and this week she travelled to Belfast where she took the U-17 title in emphatic fashion. Seeded 6th, she moved up to play U-17 as she just reached her 15th birthday. She defeated fellow club-mate Katelyn Doran in the first round, Doran went two up following a 1/6 deficit in the first game but Ware remained calm and kept working Katelyn around the court eventually winning 3/2. This turned out to be Elaine’s most difficult match as she strolled through her semi-final and defeated Jennifer Hegarty the No 1 seed from Galway 3/0.

Local talent shine on national stage

Shaun Hennessy was Carlow’s top finisher at the Irish Junior Open held in Galway for the first time last weekend. More than 130 players from England, Norway, Sweden, and Canada all took part in an entertaining and well run event.

Gaelcholáiste suffer last minute defeat at hands of Lorcáin

The U16 girl’s basketball team from the Gaelcholáiste Cheatharlach suffered a heartbreaking five-point defeat in the dying moments of their semi-final against the Midlands Schools Basketball League in a thrilling match at the weekend.

Ballyhaunis native ‘Tom the Con’ to be sentenced next month

A former prison officer turned serial con man who was the subject of an RTÉ Liveline campaign to track him down will be sentenced next month at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Ballyhaunis serial fraudster ‘Tom the Con’ given suspended sentence

A former prison officer turned serial con man who was the subject of an RTÉ Liveline campaign to track him down has been given a three-year suspended sentence at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.


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