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Two anti-Shell protesters were before the holiday sitting of Ballina District Court on Wednesday for public order charges arising out of alleged incidents that took place at Ballinaboy, Barnatra, Ballina, on August 1 —the location where a giant tunnel boring machine, which was on the way to the Corrib gas terminal, was struck at a crossroads.
Carlow anglers had a successful day in the Leinster angling competition. The day’s event took place in O’Brien’s Bridge, Shannon on Sunday last. The following are results from the competition:
Third championship for Naomh Brid? or Mount Leinster Rangers?
Mount Leinster Rangers 0-11
Sensational dying seconds in the Carlow Talbot Hotel Senior Hurling Championship final saw Naomh Brid’s Alan Brennan’s ground shot go through a crowded goalmouth and hit the back of the Mount Leinster Rangers net as dreams died and others were granted in seconds. Deep into injury time and the crowd were on their feet. Naomh Brid down by two points won a ’65, the experienced Brendan Lawler, knew a point would not suffice at this stage, and he sent the ball into the square where it hit a defender and went out for a second ’65. Lawler dropped the ball about ten metres out slightly to the right at the sugar factory end of Dr Cullen Park, the defence did their best to get the sliothar out of danger, the sliothar was tipped out about seven feet when Brennan came around in semi circle style and on the run connected deadly with his swing and the white net shook. Belief, disbelief it had happened, true to form Mount Leinster Rangers lost no time with the puck out and went in search of an equaliser. James Hickey moved the ball forward with speed, and in their excitement not many saw Martin ‘Murt’ Keating send a ground shot back down the field, cutting off that last dangerous raid for 2008 as referee Pat Kehoe sounded the full time whistle.
Reigning senior football champions Eire Og were pushed all the way by challengers Mount Leinster Rangers, in the semi final at Dr Cullen Park and had to rely on all their experience before they advanced by four points to the final in a lively encounter. Rangers got off to an excellent start and a were 1-1 up after three minutes before Bryan Carbery scored the town’s men opening score. Eoin Doyle with the point and Gary Doyle with the goal after good work from Andy Hickey. With play moving swiftly up and down field the exchanges were hard and robust and the sides were level at the break Eire Og 0-7, Mount Leinster Rangers 1-4. Three goals in the last half, two for Eire Og and one from Mount Leinster Rangers ensured a lively second half.
The Kilkenny Top Pro Martial Arts club has gained such a high reputation it has spread across the globe.