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Theatre shows at Ballynahinch Castle

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HUMANITY DICK, the acclaimed one-man show about the colourful life and times of Galway MP, humanitarian, and serial duellist Richard Martin, will be performed in what was once his home.

Travel the world in 2018 with a CELTA/TEFL qualification

We often hear people say that life is not a rehearsal, so if you are interested in doing some travelling, changing career, taking early retirement, or learning about other cultures, now is the time. One of the best ways to see the world while at the same time earn some money is by teaching English. "As a teacher of English abroad, you can immediately immerse yourself in a culture and get to know the local people without having to speak the language of that culture," says Mary Grennan, director of International House Galway. "Of course, you will have the opportunity to learn the language too while you’re there, which is wonderful. You can also teach English here in Ireland in a language school or even in your own home — it’s a great cultural education, and great fun too."

Colaiste Mhuire crowned VEC Cup champions

The Coláiste Mhuire’s first year football team retained the Kilkenny VEC Cup after a hard fought but deserved victory over Grennan College Thomastown. The wind, however, was to turn this fixture into the proverbial game of two halves.

Walsh’s wonder strike earns junior glory for Tullogher

Tullogher-Rosbercon landed their 5th Kilkenny junior hurling title as they overcame a youthful Lisdowney in a cracking junior final played in terrible conditions at Nowlan Park last Saturday.

Strong finish crowns Tullogher’s greatest day

Tullogher-Rosbercon enjoyed their greatest day in the 120 year history of the club as they typified the strong character of Kilkenny hurling teams to grind out victory over Clongeen in a famous day for the South Kilkenny club.

Grennan secure All-Ireland spot

Grennan College secured their place in the All-Ireland senior C colleges camogie final in Thomastown last Saturday with a hard earned victory over the Mercy of Waterford. The Thomastown girls had to dig deep and show the character that saw them battle through Leinster. The girls were unbeaten all season, and with the showpiece left to come, hopes are high that they can go all the way. Played in blustery conditions in front of a large vociferous support, it was always going to be a tough game.


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