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Dowdall and Hanrahan in Ballina

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Leslie Dowdall is the voice and songwriter behind the sound that was In Tua Nua, Mike Hanrahan is the voice and songwriter that is Stockton’s Wing, and they will be taking to the stage together in the Ballina Arts Centre on Thursday, June 15.  Following her stint fronting legendary Irish band In Tua Nua, Leslie Dowdall’s solo career began in earnest with the release of No Guilt, No Guile in 1997. The album won high praise for its creativity and featured hit single ‘Wonderful Thing’. 

Great line-up of entertainment at the Pillar House Folk Club

The schedule at the Pillar House Folk Club is already underway with a super performance by Eleanor Shanley in October.

Lam hopes to boost squad for Leinster as trio return from injury

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Connacht Rugby return to the Galway Sportsground on Saturday evening (7.15pm) hoping to repeat last season’s home victory over visitors Leinster in this RaboDirect Pro 12 interprovincial clash.

St Kieran’s College retain league crown

St Kieran’s College: 1-11

The Kilkenny Citroen Centre minor hurling county final replay

If ever two teams deserved another day out to settle a county final, these two teams did.

St Kieran’s College heroes land their 18th All-Ireland Colleges title

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St Kieran’s College (Kilkenny) 2-10, Ard Scoil Ris (Limerick) 1-11

Castlecomer outgunned by Kieran’s Power play

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St Kieran’s College expertly defended their Leinster Colleges senior hurling title on Wednesday, with a win over rivals Castlecomer Community School at Nowlan Park.

Kieran’s crowned Leinster colleges champions

A brace of goals in the opening half of this game helped St Kieran’s College land the Leinster Colleges senior hurling Roinn A League title over Castlecomer CS at Ballinakill on Tuesday last.

Kieran’s crowned Kings of Ireland

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St Kieran's College returned to the throne of colleges hurling on Saturday last as they claimed their first Croke Cup success since 2004 following a gutsy and determined comeback in this All-Ireland Senior A Colleges decider against first time finalists Ard Scoil Ris at Semple Stadium.

Meridian’s theatrical feast

IT WAS once said of the Abbey Theatre Co that its actors were the best fed in Ireland due to the proliferation of plays which featured scenes of dining.

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